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PostPosted: Sun Jan 05, 2014 12:03 pm 
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Yes, the balls were much heavier when wet, as they had no effective waterproofinging. Not sure of the difference between dry balls, but I guess thgey were.
RIP Eusebio.


I know my balls were always heavier when wet in those days. I just wasn't sure that Eusebio's were. :wink:

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WWE Hall of Famer Mae Young passed away at the age of 90. WWE issued an official statement on Young's passing, noting that she was the "oldest living squared circle personality."

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Russell Johnson (a.k.a. The Professor) was 89...
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Russell Johnson (a.k.a. The Professor) was 89...


aka "and the rest"! :)


That leaves just Ginger & Mary-Ann........I'd still do Mary-Ann :mrgreen:

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Russell Johnson: Apart from Gilligan's Island, he had some dramatic roles in the Twilight Zone.

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'Partridge Family' star Dave Madden dead at 82

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Wow to big loses from childhood... :cry:


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Time for a Brady Bunch death?

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'Wizard of Oz' Munchkin Ruth Robinson Duccini dies

With Duccini's death, only one actor who played one of the original 124 Munchkins in "The Wizard of Oz" remains alive.

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WWII soldier who hid in jungle for 29 years dies at 91.

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/wwii-soldie ... ies-at-91/

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WWII soldier who hid in jungle for 29 years dies at 91.

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/wwii-soldie ... ies-at-91/

I remember being fascinated when that happened in '74. It also made me realize what fanatics the world was up against back in WWII.
We are right- they are wrong. Sound familiar? :evil:

They're is no axis as bold as love. :wink:

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Made me think of that old made-for-tv movie where the US entered into a war with an Asian country and both sides agreed to send just one soldier to an island and fight the war to avoid major loss of human life. Darrin McGavin was our guy. Does anybody remember the name of that movie?


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Made me think of that old made-for-tv movie where the US entered into a war with an Asian country and both sides agreed to send just one soldier to an island and fight the war to avoid major loss of human life. Darrin McGavin was our guy. Does anybody remember the name of that movie?

I remember a movie, but thought Lee Marvin was "our" guy and the great Japanese leading man & American "Asian" character actor Toshiro Mifune were the two on the island. Then there was a 'TV movie' with Darrin McGavin and Yuko (Mako) in The Challenge a '70 film released straight to TV. Like DVD's do now. :wink: :)

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The Challenge. That was it. It was one of those Tuesday Movie of the Weeks. A couple others I remember that freaked a young KillUgly out were "How Awful About Allan" and "Picture Mommy Dead".


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I remember a movie, but thought Lee Marvin was "our" guy and the great Japanese leading man & American "Asian" character actor Toshiro Mifune were the two on the island. Then there was a 'TV movie' with Darrin McGavin and Yuko (Mako) in The Challenge a '70 film released straight to TV. Like DVD's do now. :wink: :)


yeah, I know that flick, Lee Marvin was good in everything he did,,

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I remember a movie, but thought Lee Marvin was "our" guy and the great Japanese leading man & American "Asian" character actor Toshiro Mifune were the two on the island. Then there was a 'TV movie' with Darrin McGavin and Yuko (Mako) in The Challenge a '70 film released straight to TV. Like DVD's do now. :wink: :)

yeah, I know that flick, Lee Marvin was good in everything he did,,

Just watched Liberty Valance for part of Zappadan. Love Lee Marvin man! :wink: 8)

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The Challenge. That was it. It was one of those Tuesday Movie of the Weeks. A couple others I remember that freaked a young KillUgly out were "How Awful About Allan" and "Picture Mommy Dead".

Poor kid, the Vietnam war was going on! I bet you'd be living in SF if you'd seen Rocky Horror when it came out at that tender age. :shock: :mrgreen:

What got me was The Mummy at 6yrs.old.(Creatures of Science Fiction TV show) and then The Exorcist at 19. Although The Birds sorta' freaked me out being filmed so close and Hitch having a place not to far away either. Moms and my brother had some fun with that, I was 8-9 and questioning everything a big brother told me! Moms took the 5th. (not a bottle either) :lol: 8)

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I remember a movie, but thought Lee Marvin was "our" guy and the great Japanese leading man & American "Asian" character actor Toshiro Mifune were the two on the island. Then there was a 'TV movie' with Darrin McGavin and Yuko (Mako) in The Challenge a '70 film released straight to TV. Like DVD's do now. :wink: :)


yeah, I know that flick, Lee Marvin was good in everything he did,,


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That's a great one, Miltie.

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I remember a movie, but thought Lee Marvin was "our" guy and the great Japanese leading man & American "Asian" character actor Toshiro Mifune were the two on the island. Then there was a 'TV movie' with Darrin McGavin and Yuko (Mako) in The Challenge a '70 film released straight to TV. Like DVD's do now. :wink: :)


yeah, I know that flick, Lee Marvin was good in everything he did,,


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It's available on Netflix DVD. :wink:

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I'm sad to say one of my favorite human beings has passed. Pete Seeger was 94. He fit a lot into those years and made the world a little better for all of us. Pete will be sorely missed. :cry:

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I'm sad to say one of my favorite human beings has passed. Pete Seeger was 94. He fit a lot into those years and made the world a little better for all of us. Pete will be sorely missed. :cry:


Sad news indeed......

I had 1/2 an eye on the Grammys last night, and was shocked to see Alvin Lee had died, I must have missed the news at the time, or blocked it out. There were a lot of familier names among the list of musos who passed in the last year.... :(


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KAPT.KIIRK wrote:
I'm sad to say one of my favorite human beings has passed. Pete Seeger was 94. He fit a lot into those years and made the world a little better for all of us. Pete will be sorely missed. :cry:


Sad news indeed......

I had 1/2 an eye on the Grammys last night, and was shocked to see Alvin Lee had died, I must have missed the news at the time, or blocked it out. There were a lot of familier names among the list of musos who passed in the last year.... :(

I didn't hear about Alvin Lee. Saw him and Ten Years After with Buddy Rich & His Orchestra as the opening act at The Fillmore West. Great show! Another bummer, damn! :( :cry:

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