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  1. chiphilton commented on Gil Thorp about 2 hours ago

    You’re probably right. Maybe they’ll mention True getting a save in the last game.

  2. chiphilton commented on Gil Thorp about 4 hours ago

    Oh, I know they’re meaningless — I just think it’s funny that one of those Milford time warps is upon us. Baseball season is still going on, but we will fast-forward through the rest of the season.

  3. chiphilton commented on Gil Thorp about 9 hours ago

    Milford still has a game to play, and Jefferson has two, but I guess we’ll just ignore that.

  4. chiphilton commented on Gil Thorp 1 day ago

    I guess the Milford record for double plays in a season is safe.

  5. chiphilton commented on Gil Thorp 1 day ago

    Always had the impression Marty’s roost was right behind home plate. What’s going on here?

  6. chiphilton commented on Gil Thorp 1 day ago

    Maybe so, but I bet he’s tough to beat in a game of “Twister.”

  7. chiphilton commented on Gil Thorp 2 days ago

    It would be a nice touch if we could see Jefferson’s Antoine Reed in this game.

  8. chiphilton commented on Gil Thorp 2 days ago

    You’re right, he would be throwing off the wrong foot had he caught the ball.

  9. chiphilton commented on Gil Thorp 2 days ago

    Totally agree that sports are privileges, but with so many privileges Art could take away, why take away the one that will affect dozens of other people? Don’t let him drive, ban video games, confine him to his room, there’s all sorts of ways to discipline him. I can see not letting a kid go out for a team, but once he’s on one, he has an obligation to his teammates. You can argue that the obligation includes staying out of trouble, and it does, but what True did has nothing to do with school and nothing to do with the team. I can’t see the logic here.

  10. chiphilton commented on Gil Thorp 2 days ago

    Those nails are the secret to the Standishes’ happy marriage. Boo’s mother wouldn’t allow them, so Mr. Radley split.