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32 minutes ago, Philip said:

I’d rather have Wynns for now, but management likes Sisco.

He's young and has "upside"

 

o.O

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1 minute ago, scOtt said:

He's young and has "upside"

 

o.O

He's an excuse to keep gaming Adley's clock.

That being said, Severino didn't look better on defense last year and Wynns hits like Davis.

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On 3/7/2021 at 4:08 PM, Beef Supreme said:

I'm a believer.

Missed this Sunday. It's my job...

 

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I got scolded once in KINDERGARTEN! We were doing a class thing, all percussion instruments, playing along to something, I don't even remember. I had a tambourine. I was beating it against my hip all cool like Davy Jones did on TV. Teacher said "You have to hit it with your hand like this"...

Like Jimi said, "They're living in the past."

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