Gil Thorp by Neal Rubin and Rod Whigham

Gil Thorp

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  1. desertdwlr

    desertdwlr said, 9 months ago

    that’s what the video said too

  2. desertdwlr

    desertdwlr said, 9 months ago

    with those state champ banners on the wall it’s plain that MILFord is on the road

  3. dutchpuppy2

    dutchpuppy2 said, 9 months ago

    That’s a looooooong sentence to deliver in the middle of a jumper, don’t you think?

  4. chiphilton

    chiphilton said, 9 months ago

    Too bad Wynn can’t deal with the trash-talking as easily as Wendy does. Wendy’s form on that shot reminds me of Oscar Robertson at the free-throw line.

  5. Wiseguy1130

    Wiseguy1130 said, 9 months ago

    WOKE UP IN A COFFIN um COUGHIN' FIT so here I am
    I wanna believe that everything really is spotless in Milford like you say it is, Mop. And I try to believe. I really try.
    Some people say Billy, uh Wiseguy, you shouldn’t get so angry and a couple people tell me I’ve got no write, to right on this site.
    And so I try Bernard, er Mop. I really try.
    But when I see this little girl, so precious that we call her Keri Thorp, having to live with the memories of Gil and Mimi Thorp and that sweat shirt sweat shop—then I just go BESERK!

  6. Wiseguy1130

    Wiseguy1130 said, 9 months ago

    If you don’t “get it” utube Billy Jack. Great movie from early 70’s.

  7. the old professor

    the old professor said, 9 months ago

    @Wiseguy1130

    Billy Jack is one of only two movies I have ever walked out on – a true abomination of a film. (But, hey – we’re all entitled to an opinion.)

  8. Sportsguy23

    Sportsguy23 said, 9 months ago

    @the old professor

    Wonder why you didn’t like it?
    I agree with Wiseguy it was a fantastic film, probative, compelling, some humor and castigated racism in any form as well as bullying, Might be a good message film for current times. Violence would likely be considered mild in current era.
    I sound like Siskel and Ebert. But two thumbs up!!

  9. Sportsguy23

    Sportsguy23 said, 9 months ago

    @Wiseguy1130

    All right!! Billy Jack rides again!
    Wonderin’ what’s going on in the area that there are so many missing and unclaimed kids. Plus now CJ has been missing for a couple days??
    WG I think you missed a request by Bitsy for another AI appearance.
    Or, is she just trying again to distance herself from embarrassment of Doc’s “surrogate”, wink, wink, coming to light, because it seems very apparent (hah!) that Mary Haddah Lee Twill-Lamb.
    @TOP what was your other walk-out?
    and BTW to JPWhizz-you were a good sport during Wiseguy’s “liG” narrative. Kudos.

  10. bearwku82

    bearwku82 said, 9 months ago

    The season of old school. Wristbands, 4 stripe sneakers, tube socks, Marty drinking Cook’s Goldblume beer (Economically priced), Born Losers and Billy Jack. I miss ABA Basketball, afros and funk music.

  11. Wiseguy1130

    Wiseguy1130 said, 9 months ago

    @bearwku82

    I had the first three and I also miss old time country music. It started to die with the emergence of Garth. Not many good ones still around. Of newer, Josh Turner is about the only one I like.

  12. Sign Man

    Sign Man said, 9 months ago

    “C’mon On Wendy You Can Do It
    Don’t Let Them Get to You
    Put the Biscuit in the Basket
    1, 2, 3, 4 Who Are We Rooting For – Wendy!”

  13. Sign Man

    Sign Man said, 9 months ago

    If Wendy can deliver that long of a sentence mid-jumper then I can fit all that on one sign.

  14. WoodyTB

    WoodyTB said, 9 months ago

    @Wiseguy1130

    Jack Ingram, Justin Moore, and Gary Allen are still keeping it real. And check out The Bronk Bros sometime.

  15. WoodyTB

    WoodyTB said, 9 months ago

    The ’stache is back in P1. And since everybody is channeling Billy Jack, maybe the Mudlarks will bust out “One Tin Soldier” as they take the floor. Bear, I think the tri-color ABA ball is too much to hope for.

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