Those Tilden boys must be hard up for entertainment if they’re watching a phone video of a respectably dressed girl — a stranger to them — dancing alone at a high school mixer.
I have observed some dancing of the type “men like”.The dancer is alone and has a long dress.But, she’s on a stage and the dress has one long zipper.
Either the video was of “that” type of dancing or Tilden boys are hard up for female attention. Wonder why?
To quote George Costanza…“A dry heave put to music!”Elaine
What kid wears a tie to a basketball game unless he’s on the Winter Homecoming Court? This is Tilden, not St. Fabian. And from looking at his buddy’s eyes, I’d say it’s time to start drug testing the student body.
“Shake a tail feather”? That’s going over the line. If the camera would pan back a bit we could probably see the kid’s raccoon coat.
P2- Wendy must be amphibious like former N.C. State star Chris Washburn. She was shooting right handed yesterday. Brother Wynn likes that Rolling Stone song that Mick sings.
Keep in mind, none of us has seen the video. I imagine it must be fantastic.
Charles Shackleford, not Chris Washburn, said he was amphibious.
Is it sexist that the girls team is forced to use a hockey rink for their games?
OK. Dance video, previous allusions to years of practice, tail feathers…I’m guessing the the video is of Wendy Wiley dancing “Swan Lake”, which the testosterone fueled, love deprived culture hounds at Tilden are obviously mistaking for a Twerking routine.
In all reality , kid wearing a tie in P 1 just came off duty duty as a Hall Pass Moniter , he was just killing time watching the game while waiting for the Future Copier Repairman and Supply Salesman Club meeting to start.
According to P2, the gym must be located inside the school planetarium as they have opened the roof for viewing. And as all of us long-time viewers know, and as P3 shows again, all basketball games are played either on a glass floor or the ice rink.
Two days ago, there was not lettering above the number on the front of the Milford unis. Today in P2, there is, although you can’t make out what it says.
It says, “my eyes are up there”
At least the comments from the crowd didn’t cause her to lose her focus. She must have nailed those free throws since she was so happy in Panel 3.
OK, let’s put it all together: she wears a leotard, shakes a tail feather, and looks like a basketball player, while getting position along the boards. Footloose, Footloose, everybody cut Footloose!
P3- players on stilts?
Not to sound like a whiz but Woody I think the kid has on an open shirt over a black t-shirt. And Bear I think you meant to say ambidextrous. But who am I to say
@Have Mop…….. he’s got one of those ‘Yogi Bear’ hats, a pennant and an open top jaolpy in the parking lot too!
23 skadoo and yowzer!
The hunter who could eat venison with either hand was truly Bambi-dextrous.
Chris W. is from my area. He was already 6’10" as a HS soph. He has got to be the poster child for squandering talent and blowing chances.
Last thing I heard he had opened a restaurant in a rough area of Hickory NC that he used to hang out in.
He said he wanted to help out and if somebody was down and out he would let them eat free.
I have not heard how that is working but maybe he finally has gotten straightened out.
I met Kansas center Greg Dreiling in Dallas during the 1986 Final Four. He was being feted for neutralizing CW during the regional. He admitted that he really didn’t stop CW, how could he, a BSWG accomplish that feat? I watched a tape and he was correct, CW tried to be spectacular, tried to improve his draft position by doing too much. Dreiling just happened to get in his way. Sometimes the best defense is no defense.
@Ellis……. you remember Booker Turner taking ‘that guy’ out vs Indiana in the NCAA regionals that year? Kept calling walking when ‘that man’ was just quicker than anything Turner had ever seen before. Later when he saw film Turner said he had been wrong. He just did not believe you could move like that and not walk. I foget the name of the Indiana player but he got praised for stopping ’that guy"!