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  1. WoodyTB commented on Gil Thorp about 19 hours ago

    Looks like the hi-beams are on already.

  2. WoodyTB commented on Gil Thorp 2 days ago

    The post-game handshake looks frightening from Gil’s perspective as his hand disappears into the giant paw of the Jeff’s Coach Sasquatch. Or maybe Gil had an accident involving power tools after yesterday’s strip.

  3. WoodyTB commented on Gil Thorp 3 days ago

    Let’s not forget the band Five For Fighting.

  4. WoodyTB commented on Gil Thorp 13 days ago

    I called the promoter to see if my group, Woody & the Wallbangers could open the show, but he already gave the gig to some band called Ken Kesey & The Road. Oh, well….

  5. WoodyTB commented on Gil Thorp 13 days ago

    Is Gil wearing a black “wife beater?” Look out, Mimi!

  6. WoodyTB commented on Gil Thorp 14 days ago

    I was going to make a comment about LaLonde if he takes that ball in the face, but this is a family strip.

  7. WoodyTB commented on Gil Thorp 15 days ago

    Didn’t know Gil was a UFO fan – great British band from the 70s with guitar virtuoso Michael Schenker. Michael’s brother Rudolf was a member of The Scorpions.

  8. WoodyTB commented on Gil Thorp 16 days ago

    Apparently, Paul Dillon is Fistpump Man’s nephew. Good thing he’s handling VT – it would be difficult for him to field a grounder with that boxing glove on his hand.

  9. WoodyTB commented on Gil Thorp 16 days ago

    Maybe it was Ray Lane. I can’t picture Ernie or his longtime partner, Paul Carey (“the voice of God”), blowing one that badly.

    Ernie talked in his book about one of his (few) on-air goofs. There was a close play at home, and the Tigers’ opposing player was safe. Ernie said, “Bill Freehan is livid. Now Freehan is beating his meat on home plate – I mean, he’s beating his mitt on home plate.” The FCC never called him out. Good thing – as a fellow Michigander, Mop, that man was a treasure.

  10. WoodyTB commented on Gil Thorp 17 days ago

    Piersall overcame a lot – very cool, Bear, that you got to meet him. Klubble, Harry and Bob Waller were quite a pair in the booth as well, especially when Falstaff Beer was still sponsoring White Sox games.