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On 7/27/2018 at 1:32 PM, Moose Milligan said:

Swish it around and spit it out, pfffft.  You're not a snob.  Puff that chest out and stand tall.  

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On 7/27/2018 at 1:36 PM, Redskins Rick said:

and on an empty stomach, most likely, right?

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Wow Dipper. The first drink I would have passed out. 

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36 minutes ago, TonySoprano said:

At least don't google her on a work computer. 😉 Very NSFW. 

I’d never heard of her. So I did go to her Twitter feed. A bit of a show off, isn’t she? 

 

I do take that back. Was she the one who was an O’s beat reporter for awhile but admitted she was a Yankee fan?

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3 minutes ago, NashLumber said:

I’d never heard of her. So I did go to her Twitter feed. A bit of a show off, isn’t she? 

 

I do take that back. Was she the one who was an O’s beat reporter for awhile but admitted she was a Yankee fan?

No  She is a Red Sox fan. 

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9 minutes ago, NashLumber said:

I’d never heard of her. So I did go to her Twitter feed. A bit of a show off, isn’t she? 

 

I do take that back. Was she the one who was an O’s beat reporter for awhile but admitted she was a Yankee fan?

If by beat reporter you mean adult film star then yes. 

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3 minutes ago, pwhite said:

If by beat reporter you mean adult film star then yes. 

Big time Caps can too ... got hit by a puck in the playoffs and will require an implant replacement.  Can’t make this stuff up.

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1 minute ago, foxfield said:

So...My computer and desk sit at the corner of a room where everyone can see what I am doing.  My wife and 4 teenagers chuckle at me all the time for how much time I spend with my OH friends....

 

Being the internet wiz that I am, and being a well read father of 4 teenagers who listens to all types of music, (though I prefer classic folk, blues and blue grass best)  I was quite shocked to catch an obvious social reference and not know who either of these guys were.  And I follow a fairly wide range of folks on twitter and so I just jumped over to my twitter account and type Mia Khalifa Dan Clark.

Well... for those who are curious like this faithful OH fan and for those who fearlessly plunge into spaces thinking that all we we do and discuss here is safe...let me just say the following to you all...

The Mrs...may not accept my hours of OH readership ever again.  And my son just asked if it would be ok if he got his own membership.

And am I the only person who did not know the you could open twitter and look at porn?

I must follow the most boring people in the world.  Yes Weams.....I follow you.  Ill be checking to see if you posted this there too.

We now rejoin our regular scheduled program!

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Make sure to let your son know the benefits of a plus membership.

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1 minute ago, Can_of_corn said:

Make sure to let your son know the benefits of a plus membership.

He is very eager...


Gold.  Pure Gold!

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