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  • Biff
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    Thoughts with Biff and Balls

    Let's do this buddy!

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  • It Takes Eleven
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    This is the thread that never ends, it just goes on and on and on...


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  • Big Balls
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    Originally posted by Hannibal Lecter MD View Post
    Barney gave a decent answer for why baseball managers wear uniforms. If you need more of an answer it's because it's America's game and it's a GD tradition. If you need more of a reason than that, take your ass elsewhere, you commie bastard.

    In reality, most of them don't wear full uniforms anymore. Maybe they just wear the pants because they're comfortable. And if you're wearing baseball "pants," it's totally ok to rearrange your junk on national TV. It's a recognized precedence.
    Imagine Pat RIley in a basketball uniform or Nick Saban in knee pants and a jersey.

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  • Hannibal Lecter MD
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    Barney gave a decent answer for why baseball managers wear uniforms. If you need more of an answer it's because it's America's game and it's a GD tradition. If you need more of a reason than that, take your ass elsewhere, you commie bastard.

    In reality, most of them don't wear full uniforms anymore. Maybe they just wear the pants because they're comfortable. And if you're wearing baseball "pants," it's totally ok to rearrange your junk on national TV. It's a recognized precedence.
    Last edited by Hannibal Lecter MD; 12-13-2018, 10:29 PM.

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  • quack quack bang
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    Originally posted by It Takes Eleven View Post

    How interesting. That's my pet name for my manhood as well. My supreme moments are short lived.
    As I recall, WonderBoy split in half while in a guy named Roy's hands.........just sayin'

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  • Sid Youngleman
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    Originally posted by It Takes Eleven View Post
    How interesting. That's my pet name for my manhood as well. My supreme moments are short lived.
    I bet that lightning left a mark.

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  • It Takes Eleven
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    Originally posted by Sid Youngleman View Post

    Yes, but my career was tragically interrupted when I was shot by a deranged woman and underwent a long and trying stretch of rehabilitation and redemption before returning to glory at the supreme moment with the help of my lightning-born bat WonderBoy.
    How interesting. That's my pet name for my manhood as well. My supreme moments are short lived.

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  • Sid Youngleman
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    Originally posted by quack quack bang View Post
    Were you on the team with him?
    Yes, but my career was tragically interrupted when I was shot by a deranged woman and underwent a long and trying stretch of rehabilitation and redemption before returning to glory at the supreme moment with the help of my lightning-born bat WonderBoy.

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  • quack quack bang
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    Were you on the team with him?

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  • Sid Youngleman
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    Originally posted by Barney Stinson View Post

    I don't know for sure but I think it's because early on in MLB, the manager was also the general manager, similar to the way it is in professional soccer. That almost never happens now but I think it's a holdover from that.
    I take it I'm the only guy here who actually remembers when Connie Mack (see pic) managed -- and, I think, owned -- the Philadelphia Athletics.

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  • Pinche Cabron
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    Originally posted by Stan View Post

    And here you made us all think you were an engineer for nasa, and you’re just a secretary

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  • Big Balls
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    Any of you government employees going home early today due to bomb threats?

    https://www.cnn.com/2018/12/13/us/em...ats/index.html

    Aside from the locations listed in the article, I know from Facebook that there have been threats in Alabama, DFW, and Louisiana.

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  • Barney Stinson
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    Originally posted by Big Balls View Post

    ...and why do they call them managers and not coaches?
    I don't know for sure but I think it's because early on in MLB, the manager was also the general manager, similar to the way it is in professional soccer. That almost never happens now but I think it's a holdover from that.

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  • Big Balls
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    Originally posted by Barney Stinson View Post

    Because they are the only ones that are allowed to enter the field of play. When they make pitching changes they go on to the field so they wear a uniform.
    ...and why do they call them managers and not coaches?

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  • Barney Stinson
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    Originally posted by Big Balls View Post
    Why do baseball managers dress like the players? No other sport does that.
    Because they are the only ones that are allowed to enter the field of play. When they make pitching changes they go on to the field so they wear a uniform.

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