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whatta dame.

she shifted silently on top of the seat she’d sauntered so elegantly towards earlier in the evening as empty as that bottle of beer in front of her she knew she’d find a sucker to which she’d empty the next bottle or two from. as the cigarette dangled between her fingers, just inches from her face, she laughed a coy laugh, not really even hearing his words, just watching his eyes as he panned down her profile with the attention of a little boy seeing his first breast, his fir

DennisDubay

DennisDubay

 

Just a random thought.

This thread got me to thinking: http://www.motownsports.com/forums/political-discussions/73077-public-overwhelmingly-supports-public-option-healthcare.html And in an effort not to clog that thread with my ****, I thought I'd put down my thoughts here ... enjoy? I'm 32 years old. I live hard, drink hard, and won't be around for another 10 years. I'm not gonna waste anyone's money by going to the hospital and prolong my life. In those 32 years of life, I've been to the hospital once. I wrecke

DennisDubay

DennisDubay

 

television and rice

by me @ 9:19 pm ----------- she brings me my steak that was ordered a while ago she has a smile that aggravates me places the plate on the table in front of me she leaves no silverware no napkins no spices just a dusting of salt that has sat inside the shaker for a who knows how long there is a television in the background with Travolta playing foil to Newton John while I try to figure out how to cut this beef. An old man sits behind me cuz I can feel him squirm under the

DennisDubay

DennisDubay

 

.... And that's why the games go on, for my heart beats another day.

They say with age you become more sentimental and at 32 I may agree. Though my tooth isn't that long and my hair just spotted gray I find myself more emotional about the things I love. Things like my dog crawling up the stairs ... slower every time but fighting the pain so he can get to our room for snuggle time. Yeah, I snuggle with my dog. Get over it, manly men who think that's weak. I love waking up to the sound of my Dad's alarm clock going off at 4;30 am, cuz at 63 years old he STILL work

DennisDubay

DennisDubay

 

And the beard stays ....

I thought about shaving the hockey beard before the game ... and then decided I'd shave it if we lost. We won. It stays... For some reason, it's not letting me post the pic.

DennisDubay

DennisDubay

 

Nothing is ever easy that means so much.

It’s not the large things that send a man to the madhouse. Death he’s ready for ........ Smoldering deep inside my soul I fight to contain a semblence of discretion. I don't want to be that fan. You know the fan I'm talking about. The blind fan that sees nothing positive going on, only chaos around him. I don't want to be the fan that complains loudly to whoever will listen that the officiating has been ripe of dog ****. I don't want to wish Gary Bettman harm in the way of a prison raping. But

DennisDubay

DennisDubay

 

Shutting Detroit Down

As long as I can remember I've always been a fan of Detroit sports. Growing up in the upper regions of Michigan - Whittemore Prescott to be exact - there was little else to do then to emulate your favorite sports hero. Mine growing up was Lance Parrish. I'd stand in the rock covered driveway of our trailer on Cranberry Lake Road and destroy aluminum bat after aluminum bat. I'd never use my Lance Parrish "signed" Louisville slugger for RBL. The really cool thing about my drive way baseball esca

DennisDubay

DennisDubay

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