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  1. @MercenaryLibrarian I have an Omar Manning card. Not a bad guy I assume, but he left the team for some reason. I just recently picked up a Jeremy Kerley card, just because. I have all of the ones you mentioned above as well. I also have a few Casey Pachall cards, although he redeemed himself somewhat. I think there is a Tanner Brock schedule card. Cory Rodgers shot himself in a club, but generally not considered in the same group with the rest of the ones you mentioned. Kenneth Davis had his own bit of controversy, but I am still a fan. One of my all time favorite linebackers, LaMarcus McDonald, has been in and out of prison. Another LB, Daryl Washington, has some substance issues and domestic violence issues that put him in the news for the wrong reasons. Of course, Guy Morris had the audacity to coach at Baylor. I believe Ryan Tucker had some run ins with the law as well. I have all of their cards. We should compare notes on cards some time. I have not been able to get many of the team schedule cards the last couple of years for football or baseball. Do you have the really old ones, like Davey O'brien, Sammy Baugh, Ki Aldrich, Don Floyd, Jack Spikes, or Jim Swink? The Ki Aldrich one is harder to find, but ebay usually has a couple. Ki Aldrich Here are a few cards from a nice set that has some players that are otherwise harder to find. Look for the whole set. It has Tayo, Roger Williams, Maponga, Colin Jones, etc and a bunch of older players. Panini team set Here is another one you don't see very often that you may not have or know about: Bo Schobel Bo was always one of my favorites. I assume you have the Matt Schobel card. Marshall Newhouse has an unofficial card that is the Team Leader card: Newhouse Here is another rare one: Crutcher Vaitai has one that I only just found out about: Vaitai Here is a rare one: Stanley Washington Shawn Worthen has one too. There are several that only have CFL cards. Reggie Hunt. The WR turned RB that saved our season a few years back when everyone was injured, Ryan Christian. His is harder to find. I think Quincy Butler has one from the CFL. Reggie Hunt: Reggie Hunt Cole Hunt has one for the defunct AAF: Hunt If you have any really obscure ones, post them. The baseball ones are even harder to keep up with because so many of the players get on in the minor leagues.
  2. Finally finished this book. Though it is not my preferred genre, it is pretty darn well written. The ending does not give full closure and I happen to know at least a second and likely a third book is coming. The story is good and it mixes the real world with a magical fantasy world in a unique way. I have been told that I can be a beta reader for the sequel, so I will get to read it before anyone else. I think, with the proper marketing, this could be a really popular series. I recommend it to anyone who likes Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings types of books.
  3. I was a huge KZEW fan back in the day. I actually still keep a Zoo sticker on my car and have a fairly nice collection of old KZEW/Q102 stickers along with a similar radio station from Houston called KLOL that disappeared and turned into a Tejano station. I recall exactly where I was when I realized the Zoo went off of the air. I was pretty pissed and in denial for a few weeks. I just new it could never be true, but it was, sadly. KZEW had a fairly short overall run, but I don't think any station anywhere could beat it and their window stickers were the best I have ever seen. Great memories.
  4. For those who used to be over on killerfrogs, Wes gave an update today. It sounds as if he is doing progressively worse. Please keep him and his family in your thoughts and prayers.
  5. Never heard of the guy, but kudos on the stage name choice.
  6. I think he camped at Woodstock with Stills and Nash, or was that his doppleganger?
  7. I would choose only one, but it's not listed...the key to the nearest hotel room.
  8. He needs to get back on defense a little quicker...
  9. This guy puts more people to sleep than I do.
  10. Michael Nesmith was the only one of the Monkees who was actually a musician when the band was formed, so I have heard. It was years before the producers let them play their instruments that they had been working on learning since the band formed. I haven't verified that, but that is the story that I heard from many years ago.
  11. -What artist or group had the most unique video appearances (8) in the first 100 videos played on MTV and 11 unique videos (16 total) in the first 24 hours? Rod Stewart -What was the second video ever played on MTV? Pat Benatar-You Better Run -What was the first video to be repeated? The Who-You Better You Bet -Name one of the three songs which were played 5 times each in the first 24 hours. The Who-You Better You Bet; April Wine-Just Between You and Me; Phil Collins-In The Air Tonight -What was the first music video ever played on VH1? Marvin Gaye-Star Spangled Banner To be honest, I would not have gotten any of them. As a child of that era, I find it very interesting.
  12. Rod Stewart is the correct answer for question 1. IT was hard to believe that Rod Stewart had that many unique videos available right at the outset. I think it was 1981, so Michael Jackson had not peaked just yet and is not the answer for any of the questions.
  13. Here's a couple of great trivia questions: The first video played on MTV trivia question got to be too easy (Video Killed the Radio Star by the Buggles), so I have adapted the question to a few much more difficult ones: Try it without cheating -What artist or group had the most unique video appearances (8) in the first 100 videos played on MTV and 11 unique videos (16 total) in the first 24 hours? -What was the second video ever played on MTV? -What was the first video to be repeated? -Name one of the three songs which were played 5 times each in the first 24 hours. -What was the first music video ever played on VH1?
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