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  1. Ellisburkes commented on Gil Thorp about 1 hour ago

    Too bad Boo’s last name wasn’t Falkenburg.

  2. Ellisburkes commented on Gil Thorp about 2 hours ago

    Subscribe. My bad.

  3. Ellisburkes commented on Gil Thorp about 4 hours ago

    Am reminded of Mark Buerhle. Two no-hitters, faced only fifty-four batters. One perfect game. Did not prescribe to the jinx theory.

  4. Ellisburkes commented on Gil Thorp about 22 hours ago

    In ‘My Fair Lady’ , Professor Henry Higgins never owned a boat, therefore he never had a “Higgins Boatswain”. I apologize. Appropriately, Eliza would Doolittle to promote an air attack on Tokyo in 1942 since it would stir up a Hornets’ Nest. I really apologize.

  5. Ellisburkes commented on Gil Thorp about 24 hours ago

    The Higgins boat was most effective with its’ ramp in the ‘up’ position. I suppose it would be too corny if Kool and the Gang showed up at the restaurant. Plot wise, it would interesting if Judge Hiatt made an appearance.

  6. Ellisburkes commented on Gil Thorp 1 day ago

    If it weren’t for P.T. Barnum, the term ‘Jumbo’ would not be a part of the American vernacular. Thank you Phineas Taylor.

  7. Ellisburkes commented on Gil Thorp 2 days ago

    Confucius says: Factory that close usually has shiftless owner…and…chopstick factory always has stick shift.

  8. Ellisburkes commented on Gil Thorp 2 days ago

    The Stiffel Lamp Company once had a work stoppage due to a labor dispute. It was the first time in company history that Stiffel was stifled.

  9. Ellisburkes commented on Gil Thorp 2 days ago

    Did he say ‘Double’? The question is now whether Del will exercise restraint. Nothing wrong with the hand position if it is a swing and miss. If you want to research reverse hand positions, check out Leon Wagner, California Angels circa 1961.

  10. Ellisburkes commented on Gil Thorp 3 days ago

    Peyton Manning would not be caught dead in a Porter House.