|Nov-11-08|| ||technical draw: Good name for player of the day on Veteran's day: Jorge Armas= George Weapons. I bet Chessgames did it on purpose.|
|Nov-11-08|| ||TheTamale: <technical draw> Haha, you are right. Good observation.|
|Nov-11-08|| ||technical draw: Hi, <The Tamale> Let me introduce myself. I am TD: MD, PhD, licensed electrician, phantom cab driver at the El-Al terminal at JFK, reseller of Boston Red Sox tickets, and now a panhandler. You don't happen to have an extra 20 you're not using?|
|Nov-11-08|| ||Phony Benoni: <technical draw> Panhandler? Have you taken up cooking or dishwashing?|
|Nov-12-08|| ||technical draw: <Phony>< Panhandler? Have you taken up cooking or dishwashing?>|
Ha, ha, that's pretty funny! You're a great comic! Uh, you wouldn't have a fiver there, buddy?
|Nov-12-08|| ||Phony Benoni: <technical draw: Ha, ha, that's pretty funny! You're a great comic! Uh, you wouldn't have a fiver there, buddy?>|
Now <that's> funny. Since when do comics have money?
|Nov-12-08|| ||technical draw: <PB> You call a fiver money? You're in worse shape than me. I'll check the sofa and see if I can find some change to send you.|
|Nov-12-08|| ||Phony Benoni: <td> Fine with me. But Barack Obama campaign buttons don't count.|
|Nov-12-08|| ||Jim Bartle: "Change." Right on the money, PB.|
|Nov-13-08|| ||technical draw: You all just stick around until Nov. 24 to Dec. 24, That's when I'm due for a windfall from the Federal Government. (that is if they are not bankrupt by then, I sure picked the wrong time for payment!).|
I'll be filthy with money! (come to think about it I'm filthy without money) (3 stooges gag).....TD
|Nov-13-08|| ||Phony Benoni: Watching the stock market today reminded me of Bobby Layne, quarterback of the Detroit Lions back in the 1950s when they were frequently NFL champions. (I kid you not!) It was said that Bobby Layne never lost a game--he just ran out of time.|
The stock market didn't go up today--it just ran out of time.
|Nov-14-08|| ||Jim Bartle: Wow, Bobby Layne! I remember reading "Paper Lion," where George Plimpton went to Lions training camp. Layne had been traded recently, but his ghost still hovered over the team.|