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    Team: Minor league hockey team from Macon, Georgia. Their mascot is a whooping crane. The name of the team is the Macon Whoopee. It must be Chuck Woolery's favorite team.



    Individual: Pitcher Dennis Boyd (played for Boston, Montreal, and Texas). Never heard of him? Perhaps you know him better by his nickname. I still have no idea what the nickname is supposed to mean, though.



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    Quote Originally Posted by proudpittsburgher
    The Macon (I think single A) minor league club changed their team's name to the whoopie for a short time.

    The Macon whoopie.
    You beat me to it, you somanumbatch!!!



    NFL player locker room talk: Discussing what can be done about racial inequality and criminal justice reform.

    Presidential locker room talk: Discussing involuntary gynecological exams.

    According to the highest office in the country, some "very fine people" marched with torches in a violent protest in Charlottesville, but participating in a non-violent protest on a football field means you are an S.O.B. who should be fired.

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    Since proudpittsburgher beat me to Macon Whoopee, I'll have to go with a different team, this time on the college level.

    The UC Santa Cruz Banana Slugs



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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
    Quote Originally Posted by proudpittsburgher
    The Macon (I think single A) minor league club changed their team's name to the whoopie for a short time.

    The Macon whoopie.
    You beat me to it, you somanumbatch!!!

    Three minutes baby! Of course, you win by a split decision by providing the logo.

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    Back in my baseball and football days "they" called me...

    One Step

    Because once I get a step on ya...game over!

    Actually...no...I'm lying.

    I never had a cool nickname....well some of my "friends"
    called me Elvis (my scweet gold nugget watch)
    or LeRoy (my sweet generic shoes called Le Roi)

    I need to go now...lots of bad childhood memories.


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    I always got a laugh out of the South Carolina Gamecocks.Childish,maybe.Funny,definitely!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Les 74
    I always got a laugh out of the South Carolina Gamecocks.Childish,maybe.Funny,definitely!!!!
    Well those white college ball caps that had the word "COCK" written in red letters made their name impossible to take notice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Les 74
    I always got a laugh out of the South Carolina Gamecocks.Childish,maybe.Funny,definitely!!!!
    Well a buddy of mine used to live in Columbia for a time and he would go to USC games and people down there would have bumper stickers on their cars and t-shirts on with the expression "Nobody can lick our 'C*cks."

    Disturbing, but my friend says it's true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buckeyehoppy
    Quote Originally Posted by Les 74
    I always got a laugh out of the South Carolina Gamecocks.Childish,maybe.Funny,definitely!!!!
    Well a buddy of mine used to live in Columbia for a time and he would go to USC games and people down there would have bumper stickers on their cars and t-shirts on with the expression "Nobody can lick our 'C*cks."

    Disturbing, but my friend says it's true.
    Hey, there is only ONE institution known as [url=http://www.usc.edu/]USC[/url]...got it!?!


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    [quote=stlrz d]
    Quote Originally Posted by buckeyehoppy
    Quote Originally Posted by "Les 74":33i36n2p
    I always got a laugh out of the South Carolina Gamecocks.Childish,maybe.Funny,definitely!!!!
    Well a buddy of mine used to live in Columbia for a time and he would go to USC games and people down there would have bumper stickers on their cars and t-shirts on with the expression "Nobody can lick our 'C*cks."

    Disturbing, but my friend says it's true.
    Hey, there is only ONE institution known as [url=http://www.usc.edu/]USC[/url]...got it!?!

    [/quote:33i36n2p]

    No offense to the Trojan Nation, D, but those good-ole-boys in S. Carolina get a little feisty...and they have guns

    I'll take your comment on USC under advisement for future reference

    BTW, since you're in GB, UWGB is known as the Phoenix. What gives with them? Having the name of a warm weather place hasn't ever worked to keep GB warm in the winter.

    OTOH, I don't know too many Vikings in Cleveland, even though that's the Cleveland State nickname.
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