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Discussion in 'Too Hot for Swamp Gas' started by dadx4, Aug 7, 2013.
You watchin the LLWS too?
lol, yep. The green team is from Taylor's SC, they are about 10 minutes from here. My son played for that little league.
I laughed too the first time I saw the name. It was the fall of 88 and I was a freshman at Clempson. Knew a lot of dudes from that area.
Cousin (uf grad) works up that way.
Grand slam will be tough to come back from.
Yeah, the little team from SC is getting rocked.
Well in THFSG spirit, who gets blamed? Personally they should probably not keep score. Could scar those poor little babies for life. They are all winners!
LMAO. I have never heard of "Tuckahoe" before. I was at UF from '86-'90....we are about the same age....I was there when the killer came through town. We had 8 girls in our apartment that week. I bought a 357 magnum when he killed the boyfriend, never used it though. Freaky times.
Tuckahoe is basically Richmond, VA.
I transferred from Clempson back to UF that fall when DHR went on his rampage. My brother and I were living right there off Archer Rd. all the dads of the girls we knew paid our rent and food for several months while they shacked up with us.
Talk about a hard time to try and meet a new girl. No kidding.
we were at spyglass, my roommate just moved from Archer the week before it all started. I forgot the name of it but it's on the right, it was gray back in the day, it was made of wood, I remember we went by there and there were FBI trucks EVERYWHERE. That was where the boyfriend got killed and then the girl.
My wife was living at spyglass when I met her.
my wife graduated the semester before and had been living at Gatorwood during her time in Gainesville- they tore it down a few years ago
Gatorwood torn down? I remember when that place was built. Damn I'm getting old. :cry:
This is my neck of the woods. Essentially west of the city limits in Henrico County and north of the James River. It is considered the traditional area for the upper middle class in the region.