Being a newbie and not wanting to get kicked off this site, I'll taker er easy. I've been thrown outta sex chatrooms :lol: The other site I'm on probation, it use to be a week by week probation, they've informed now its day by day. :lol:
Nope, I haven't beaned anybody for a long time, but I do think about it.LMAO :lol: Least it lets em know your here to win. I got one of these office jobs you know, so I like blabbing away. I've had a lot fun, great guys,good laughs, and have met some great outdoorsmen. I bought a condo a couple years ago down to Fla. my folks are wintering there as well. I haven't actually seen my condo before but they say its great. Its in Sarasota, Punta Gorda, on some golf course. Good to see we got some homies killing some time together.
All I remember of ya willy13 is that you could crush the ball. I was sitting up on the hill out past center field at Telstar between the softball field and center field and you were up to bat. Tim and I were standing out there and we were in Middle school. I can't remember who you were playing but you crushed the ball and it landed right in front of us. I could seriously see smoke coming off the ball as it landed.... no joke!
Its that competition thing I guess. Has a way of pushing ya. I'm not playing anymore, I'm coaching the boys in the summer. They make me fish everyday, all three of em love it. I have a 3 year old that I would put up against any 10 year old in the state as far as fishing goes. That little guy is remarkable, he'll fish 8-10 hours a day all summer long at camp on north pond. no messes at all, puts on his own bait, takes off his own fish. Kinda makes me sit back and grin. :wink:
you know last summer for the first time we started eating sun fish. Can you believe it a sun fish. Those things are good. Sweet white meat, probably better than a white perch. I ate so many last summer I started grow spines on my back.
I coach them in baseball. It's kinda funny actually, my oldest wants to do anything to improve himself, but things just aren't going his way. He'd do anything to please me. My middle boy, very independent, is a pure natural to watch. Its kinda like watching a great **** dog. you put a great **** dog in front of the headlights at night and watch him run down a dirt road. He moves with grace, that dog could run all night and not even look like he's working. However, my oldest struggles with the grace thing. Instead of picking up his glove to catch a hard one hopper, he'll take it off his chest just to prove to me he is not scared of the ball. Just leaves me shaking my head.
Did you by your condo before or after Hurricane Charley?
I'm near St. Pete, about 45 mins from Sarsota. I think my oldest brother and I going to head down to Ft. Myers next month and take in a couple of Sox spring training games. I hope he already has tickets?
Went to a Yanks/Sox game at Legends Field in Tampa one Sunday afternoon. A friend of mine gave me tickets. I didn't know his tickets came with preferred valet parking and we say first row right behind Joe Torre, Goose Gossage and Zip "the wrestler" Zimmer.
Baseball is in the air down here. There are so many choices of who to go watch all within minutes - if you know the places to go and people to see, most of it is free.
Well, there's fishing down here. I haven't done much though - time. I had a buddy who down here, doesn't anymore, he lived to fish and I'd tag along with him in his boat sometimes.
He always was looking for grouper but you had to go out at least 35 miles for the big guys. We caught a lot of sea trout and sharks. Now that's a lot of fun. Never hooked one bigger than like 4 feet. Strong SOBs though.
They say when the tarpon are running, it's a great time. That happens a bit later on though.