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Posts by Steve B.

Sure hope so (SA fan here).
NOTLOL2 to go.
I'm going to pick up a couple more of his books. Hopefully he will be my next Coelho. And I'm almost out of Louis L' Amour.
A couple of thousand baseball players might quarrel with your assertion that there are no meaningful sports in the summer.
53. The Fault in Our Stars John Green 2012 My daughter wants me to take her to see this movie, and I always insist on reading the book before doing so. Two terminal teenagers meet at a cancer support group and fall in love. Before either dies, they are able to have a wonderful trip courtesy of the Make a Wish foundation. The story is wonderfully written. To snitch from The Atlantic: "This is a book that breaks your heart- not by wearing it down, but by making it bigger...
52. Passin' Through Louis L'Amour 1975 The name of the hero is actually passing through. This one provides a swindle attempt and a poisoning by an acting troupe. Also the requisite gun play and the rescue and nuptials of the damsel in distress. Another sequel of masterpiece theatre.
Ah, true dat. Who was the last Giant to win 20? Marichal? I miss Timmy. The real Timmy. EDIT: Bill Swift and John Burkett in the '93 season.
I have a friend doing his second 100K tomorrow. (Forgot to quote marathon thread)
where to cop? ^^^
Dude, they're still up 8.5 games.
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