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Grayson Long

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8 hours ago, tiger337 said:

Man, this guy has zero grit.  Pitchers don't really need to have grit, but I suggest he stay away from Deuce.  

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Good gravy he's demented.    Nobody wears a bow tie who does not have to wear one for their job at Chippendales, or as part of a halloween costume or as part of a hazing ritual. 

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On ‎2017‎-‎09‎-‎01 at 11:56 AM, Tenacious D said:

Well, if he's pitching to Rogers, he should more than make up for Long's lack of grit.

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If you hit Rogers on the top of the head, right on the perfect spot, his head will disappear completely inside his neck.  It makes a "boop!" sound.

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I think the name Grayson is more like the Rich boyfriend character that our hero has to overcome through a competition to win the hand of the girl in the movie.  He's Roy Stalin from Better off Dead. 

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Grayson is also a name that would have been a good replacement name for the line "the usual wager< Mortimer?"

e.g., "the usual wager, Grayson?" in Trading Places.

Also, Grayson possibly hunts poors for sport.

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4 minutes ago, ROMAD1 said:

Grayson is also a name that would have been a good replacement name for the line "the usual wager< Mortimer?"

e.g., "the usual wager, Grayson?" in Trading Places.

Also, Grayson possibly hunts poors for sport.

The most dangerous game.

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Just now, Mr. Bigglesworth said:

The most dangerous game.

Just hope that Daniel Norris, Ian Kinsler and Bryan Holaday don't share their advanced sniper skills they learned last off season. 

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1 hour ago, Mr. Bigglesworth said:

Grayson Long leads an a cappella group, and their interpretation of Ace of Base's, 'I Saw the Sign' is devine. 

Did it open up your eyes?

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