Discussion in 'The GatorTail Pub' started by vanders, Dec 6, 2008.
Thanks jjh... looking for personal wisdom with life's dishes now
Here it is Monday again already, great weekend for Gator sports, too bad the Lady Gator Hoopsters couldn't manage a road win over South Carolina but they are still improving :yes:
Glad to be back posting.
lunch time drive by, have a great day Gators
Good Morning Gators!
another lunch time drive by, Steve Russell on the radio talking Gator sports
Hope the seniors go out on a high note tonight with a solid win over Vandy
Gators Bring Home the SEC Title in fine style at the O'Dome last night whil eon the diamond the guys take an exciting win over JU, Go Gators!
How exciting was that Pubsters. Now let's get up and go for the SEC Tournament.
good morning, everyone!!!!!!!!
Good Morning Gators, Lady Gators survive and advance in the SEC Tournament- UT today, knock'em dead Gators!
Way to go Lady Gators!!!!! Let's kick some Wildcat Azz Men's hoops!!!!!!!
Whats up, everyone! I hope you all have a safe and prosperous weekend.
I am planning on helping the US economy today. I am going shopping at International Plaza in Tampa. <G>
Good Morning Gators, hoping for a win at Rupp this afternoon, great way to end a terrific season.
Drive by...good to see Verti posted
Hope all of you are doing well
Good Morning Gators, disappointing Saturday on the court at Rupp, on the track in Arkansas and on the diamond at Auburn but more promising on the home diamond and with a lacrosse road win over Dartmouth coupled with a solid win in women's tennis in Gville - always a great day to be a Gator
Hey jjh, Pubsters. I was disappointed that Kentucky won, but our Guys stayed right with them until the end. Just too many turnovers. It was for pride and seeding anyway. I hope they are saving it for Tournament time. Have a beautiful Sunday all. Man I miss football. It will be a long season.
Monday Monday! Win and advance!
Good Morning Gators another day closer to the Ides of March :yes:
Ides of March Marked Murder of Julius Caesar
Jennifer Vernon for National Geographic News
Julius Caesar's bloody assassination on March 15, 44 B.C., forever marked March 15, or the Ides of March, as a day of infamy. It has fascinated scholars and writers ever since.