Heart of the City by Steenz for July 02, 2010

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    i_am_the_jam  almost 14 years ago

    Your grounding is now tripled.

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    rayannina  almost 14 years ago

    Yes, stupid, she was listening.

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    kfccanada  almost 14 years ago

    Quick recovery there, Heart….unfortunately, you won’t be able to play ‘half-ball’ from that stool in the corner…

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    Lyons Group, Inc.  almost 14 years ago

    Heart’s Mom: “What do you think, honey?”

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    lewisbower  almost 14 years ago

    Mom, be happy she’s saying “stupid” and not another adjective.

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    Dillithamir  almost 14 years ago

    Did anyone else notice Dean only has half a ball in his hand? Awesome.

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    runar  almost 14 years ago

    JSW, That’s the way the game is played.

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    bossyheifer  almost 14 years ago

    Yes Heart, your stupid mom’s stupid ears work just fine. :) Now, on with the stupid grounding!

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    smizzlybob  almost 14 years ago

    Half ball? Is he that poor?

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    SmokyStover  almost 14 years ago

    I didn’t think they still played halfball in the Philadelphia area. I played it throughout my childhood. You only need 2 players, one to pitch and one to hit. The game has to be played on a city street lined with row houses on either side. The pitcher throws from the curb across the street to the batter who stands on the opposite sidewalk. The bat is a broomstick handle. Hit the ball to the opposite curb for a single, in the air to the opposite sidewalk is a double, in the air hittting the opposite house is a triple and if you hit the ball to the opposite roof you have a home run. The best players hit opposite three story buildings to make homers harder to get. Skillful pitchers can make the halfball curve in any of 8 directions. Games go so quickly that we used to play a dozen games a day in the summer.

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