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I live in West Virginia and love to talk baseball. I am always ready to express my views and will not back down from a debate about sports. I was Old School before it became trendy. My favorite teams are the Cincinnati Reds and the Washington Redskins. I love baseball, football, college basketball, boxing, UFC.

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  • Ahmd AbdAllah posted 157 days ago

    Ahmd AbdAllah

    ..THE MEANING OF LIFE

    http://safeshare.tv/w/OkKZmtFOEa

    Influential section - Yusuf Estes with a young Christian

    http://safeshare.tv/w/hcmjDAYrop

    ((( O mankind! Say No God But Allah, Achieve Eternal Salvation )))

    " Laa ilaaha illallah " (There is none worthy of worship except Allah.)

    ( I bear witness that there is none worthy of worship except Allah and I bear witness that Muhammad is His servant and messenger )

    ( Introduction to Islam )

    http://www.blogger.com/profile/00783655376697060967

  • b bachslunch posted 601 days ago

    b bachslunch

    Cliff, thanks for listing yourself as a fan on my page. Enjoyed your Jeff Kent article and subsequent comments. Best -- bachslunch

  • Will Grapperhaus posted 602 days ago

    Will Grapperhaus

    Thanks for the Jeff Kent article. HOF debates are one of my favorite parts of being a baseball fan! Best wishes, Cliff.

  • John Koziol posted 624 days ago

    John Koziol

    I really liked your list of the ten least deserving members of the Baseball Hall of Fame. I really thought your order of the way you had them was dead on too. It was also a nice idea how you kept Tinkers, Evers, and Chance together for one spot. When you think of "Candy" Cummings and his taking your top spot. You would think the pitcher who supposedly invented the curveball would be the greatest pitcher of his era, having invented such a remarkable pitch and he was anything but. Not too long ago, I found out that he was buried in a cemetery I often passed on my way to my grandparents house, never knowing that he was buried there. It took the "Find A Grave" website to prove to me that he was there.

    On a side note, there is no way you would be foolish taking Orr over Gretzky. Gretzky was an offensive juggernaut, true, but as a friend of mine, an avid hockey fan in his own right, pointed out to me, Orr did all his scoring further away from the net being a defenseman. He also had to stop people from scoring, as a defenseman that was his primary job, that he was also such a remarkable scorer, too, only added to his awesomeness. I admire everything that Wayne Gretzky accomplished. He set records which will probably never be broken. However, for a pure hockey virtuoso nonparallel, there is only one and that is No. 4, Parry Sound's Robert Gordon "Bobby" Orr.

    If you care to write me back you can at my polish.pulverizers@gmail.com e-mail address. I look forward to you hopefully doing so. In the meantime, please take care and I hope the rest of this week goes well for you.

  • Mordecai Brown posted 628 days ago

    Mordecai Brown

    If he's not I wish the guy a speedy recovery. He must be very ill or dead to abruptly stop writing in July when his favorite team was making a run . I routinely check this page and have seen no signs of life for 3 months.

  • Tyler Duma posted 629 days ago

    Tyler Duma

    Cliff's not dead...

  • Mordecai Brown posted 669 days ago

    Mordecai Brown

    I am sorry that Cliff had no one to confide in. I really liked the guy. God Bless you Cliff. RIP.

  • HUBERTS toure posted 689 days ago

    HUBERTS toure


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  • Don Harko posted 818 days ago

    Don Harko

    Hey Cliff,

    How are those early season predictions shaping up for you so far? Don't worry I can re-post them if you like. Sure looks like Stubbs is well on his way, and how about Mike Leake winning 20?

    Here's my favorite: Drew Stubbs with a career-high 31 HR, score 110 and swipe 65 bases. BWHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHH
    AHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAH

    Oh Cliff. What I think is worse is that you actually find ways to be optomistic about a team that's been so bad for so long and you continually you live in some fairy tale world where you don't seem to remember what happened the year before. Do you have any stocks in the market I should know about? Your the guy I can see just putting his money into everything waiting for the next google bubble but your blinded by the big stocks who continually, year after year, rake in the profits. That anaology remind you of anything? Maybe betting on Cincinnati beating St. Louis? Remember what I told you? Who did I say was going to win this division?

    Cliff -- sorry man -- same stuff different year. Nothing has changed. I really hope you and Duma sit down and write a book about optimism -- I'm sure it would sell well!

  • Tyler Duma posted 828 days ago

    Tyler Duma

    Call me crazy, but I really, really like this idea:

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1131392-cincinnati-reds-revisiting-the-brandon-phillipscole-hamels-swap-rumors

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