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    Question In the famous words....

    of John Belushi: They took the bar. The whole f-in bar!

    Didn't know that every thread had to be dead on topic for those just finding the Waiting Bar thread locked. As a contributor to this web site let me apologize to everyone on behalf of someone's overzealous attempt to keep this place straightened up. Guess we'll just have to take our fun elsewhere since it's past last call...
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    Finally you guys reference a movie I have watched repeatedly.....


    With so many off topic threads, why did they lock that one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC79er View Post
    of John Belushi: They took the bar. The whole f-in bar!

    Didn't know that every thread had to be dead on topic for those just finding the Waiting Bar thread locked. As a contributor to this web site let me apologize to everyone on behalf of someone's overzealous attempt to keep this place straightened up. Guess we'll just have to take our fun elsewhere since it's past last call...
    Guess this means those AFGP folks better drop the 1199s since the bar closed its doors. Never thought I'd actually stay at a bar until it closed down because of our unruly behavior.

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    the back room was about empty anyway. It had been running since early May.
    Hopefully someone can open the Woo Hoo bar soon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by medstudent13 View Post
    Guess this means those AFGP folks better drop the 1199s since the bar closed its doors. Never thought I'd actually stay at a bar until it closed down because of our unruly behavior.
    How did you make it through college without closing a bar?

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    Freshman year I was in Troy NY, bars open until 4am. Intermural hockey got the late ice times so we were done at 2am, closed the bar, hit Dunkin Donuts with the cops until 7am, then went back to the dorm, showered, and then class. Something like that anyway, the goods times are always the ones that someone else has to tell you what you did the night before...

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    During my 3rd freshman year......

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC79er View Post
    of John Belushi: They took the bar. The whole f-in bar!

    Didn't know that every thread had to be dead on topic for those just finding the Waiting Bar thread locked. As a contributor to this web site let me apologize to everyone on behalf of someone's overzealous attempt to keep this place straightened up. Guess we'll just have to take our fun elsewhere since it's past last call...
    OK Brian, do your stuff with the house. So do you think they understand what the waiting bar was about? Here comes the new one.

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    Already handled. New person handling the forum cop role, taking things a little to literally. Have to credit them for at least paying attention to detail.

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    Hockey ? At 2 in the morning ?


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    Yeah, that's what happens when you're a Division II skill level but don't get into the schools you could play for and end up at a Division I school with no JV. You play intermural. Shoulda gone to St Lawrence instead, had a JV team and if you fall out the front door you're in Canada, land of cheap beer, drinking age of 18, and Cuban cigars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC79er View Post
    Already handled. New person handling the forum cop role, taking things a little to literally. Have to credit them for at least paying attention to detail.
    Could they not just unlock the old bar. Thats BS just shutting down a thread with so many people watching it for no reason. Who trained this "new guy" FEMA?

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    OK....lets take a poll.....

    What happens first.

    A) The Bar reopens
    B) The 1199's drop
    C) Brett Favre retires


    I go for C...no A....no C....no B....no C.....ok maybe C.....no I changed my mind A....no I guess C..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ameryfd View Post
    OK....lets take a poll.....

    What happens first.

    A) The Bar reopens
    B) The 1199's drop
    C) Brett Favre retires


    I go for C...no A....no C....no B....no C.....ok maybe C.....no I changed my mind A....no I guess C..
    I take it you and Brett are related.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jam24u View Post
    I take it you and Brett are related.
    No....but for 17 years I did spend more time with him than my wife on Sundays

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    Does this new bar at least have an internet connection? So that if theres someone here not drinking they can,
    1. Let use know when the 1199's come out
    2. When the other bar opens, (I want my case of whiskey back)
    3. Any other request?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC79er View Post
    Freshman year I was in Troy NY, bars open until 4am. Intermural hockey got the late ice times so we were done at 2am, closed the bar, hit Dunkin Donuts with the cops until 7am, then went back to the dorm, showered, and then class. Something like that anyway, the goods times are always the ones that someone else has to tell you what you did the night before...
    Wow, BC! Never figured you for an Engineer! I've skated many a wee hour in that Fieldhouse myself. My FD is just south of the city, and RPI owns a bunch of land there that they have now built their Technology Park on. If the late 70's/early 80's they wanted all of the old barns, farmhouses, garages, and other construction removed, so the FD burned them all down for them. We got a TON of Live Fire Training out of it, plus the "paid" us with ice-time at the Fieldhouse (we had an FD hockey team back then).
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    I just never figured him for RPI, I mean come on, those are smart people at RPI!

    (Just kidding Brian... You can cause me pain at the next class...)

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    Yeah, was either there or way up north so I took the more southern choice. I was smart enough to get in and smart enough to leave once I figured out that the professors were only there to work on high $$ research projects instead of teach classes. TA's taught everything but only knew enough to read out of the books and not answer questions. Was $28k a year in 1992, can't imagine what they want know to go there now. Was in the process of NROTC-Marine enrollment when I took off, only part of it I regret not following through on.

    Was a real nice field house though. Best band in the league, that's for sure.

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    I was in Albany in 80 - 81 or such. working. Man I feel old.

    You had to have it together to even get in the door at RPI.

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    Over... over...?? Nothing is over until we decide it is......
    ... was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor? ...... He__ no...

    and it ain't over now... Who's with me ?!?!?!?!?!?!?

    Umm...
    I just woke up in this virtual alley... I must have gotten tossed out of the last bar...
    Does this place have a liquor license? ..

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    Umm this is a "weight room" so there's no booze here....

    I can't find Blake's Tiger jokes so I'll add them here to bring in some humor on a Monday morning, hopefully the last week without 1199As...

    "Just heard this morning that nine women now are stepping forward telling the world they’d had affairs with Tiger and that the number may double by week’s end. That kinda gives a new meaning to playing 18 holes, doesn’t it? "

    "Talk about having a bad day! First he hits a fire hydrant, Erin gives him a mulligan and then he hits a tree. Well, we’ve all had those kinds of rounds, but they’re usually on a golf course. Its kind of ironic, though, that Tiger’s a golfer and his wife clobbered him with a golf club. I guess he can consider himself lucky he’s not a lumberjack. Now that would definitely leave a mark."

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC79er View Post
    Umm this is a "weight room" so there's no booze here....

    I can't find Blake's Tiger jokes so I'll add them here to bring in some humor on a Monday morning, hopefully the last week without 1199As...

    "Just heard this morning that nine women now are stepping forward telling the world they’d had affairs with Tiger and that the number may double by week’s end. That kinda gives a new meaning to playing 18 holes, doesn’t it? "

    "Talk about having a bad day! First he hits a fire hydrant, Erin gives him a mulligan and then he hits a tree. Well, we’ve all had those kinds of rounds, but they’re usually on a golf course. Its kind of ironic, though, that Tiger’s a golfer and his wife clobbered him with a golf club. I guess he can consider himself lucky he’s not a lumberjack. Now that would definitely leave a mark."

    Here is some additional Tiger ramblings:

    Tiger Woods is so rich that he owns lots of expensive cars. Now he has a
    hole in one.

    What's the difference between a car and a golf ball? Tiger can drive a ball
    400 yards.

    Tiger Woods wasn't seriously injured in the crash, but he's still below
    par.

    What were Tiger Woods and his wife doing out at 2.30 in the morning?
    They went clubbing

    Tiger Woods crashed into a fire hydrant and a tree. He couldn't decide
    between a wood and an iron.

    Ping just offered Elin Woods an endorsement contract pushing her own set of
    drivers. They said to named Elin Woods..."clubs you can beat Tiger with."

    Tiger just changed his nickname but still kept it in the cat family--his
    new name?: Cheetah

    Since Tiger drives an Escalade, can he blame the accident on his caddy?

    Hello Mister Woods this is the On Star operator we have detected that an
    angry person has put a golf club through your window, we are contacting
    Nike for a replacement club.

    Heck who amongst us doesn't hear a car crash and immediately grab the
    closest golf club we can find??!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmcneill View Post
    Here is some additional Tiger ramblings:

    Heck who amongst us doesn't hear a car crash and immediately grab the
    closest golf club we can find??!!!
    Now that is revealing, isn't it?

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    Crap they close the bar now we are telling Tiger Woods jokes, man them 1199a's need to come on already Well I got some funny little diddys for ya

    Were you chased from hearth and home
    A golf club aimed at your dome?
    Did the instinct come to pass
    “My caddy will save my ass”?


    When Elin did swing her club
    Did you cower like a cub?
    Did you know she’d hit a ton
    And put you on the green in one?

    Now as you try to clean up
    Have you reread that pre-nup?
    Is hush money a small price
    For avoiding Elin’s slice?


    hmmmm now thats a poem, man that bar needs to open back up already im getting thirsty, gee I didnt think I was going to join in on the tiger woods jokeathone but hey why not got to do somthing to pass the time

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