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  1. I am so saddened to read of the loss of your Dad. I met him on the old Los Angeles Times Refugee Board so many years ago. We met up for a few games together but mostly interacted on a daily basis talking about our beloved Angels. Funniest memory was when he got everyone to start using the word Sip in place of the word suck to voice displeasure about the team. This was to set a better example for his kids. You were taken way too soon "Pablo" but you will be remembered for your wit and for just being a genuine kind of guy. My sincere condolences to his Family and Friends. R.I.P. Penny
  2. If you are brave enough to do another sale try this. Make a pile of crap that you know won't sell and put something great in with it. The deal is they have to take everything in that pile. Less clean up at the end of the day.
  3. Percy, You don't know me and I rarely post. I have known Chuck since the LA Times Refugee board. I was diagnosed with Stage 3 inoperable lung cancer in Feb 2013. It is indeed scary. Try not to pay attention to the statistics thrown out by the Doctors. They are based on years old research and things change everyday. I have yet to find an expiration date on my body so I don't know how the Doctors can predict it.. I was very lucky with the 9 chemo treatments I had never got sick and even shared the nurses Bar-B-Que lunches some days while they pumped the poison in. The radiation will kick your
  4. With Trout having 4.8 million votes it looks like he is guaranteed a starting position in the All Star game. Have the Angels ever had a home grown talent voted in? I remember all the years of so and so because every team has to represent or someone being picked to replace an injured starter and of course big names formerly with other teams.
  5. The seats were orange. I bought 8 of them when they did the re-model.
  6. I would disagree that they are inherently bad or dangerous. They used to be known as nanny dogs because of how well they behaved and protected babies and young children. I have one that is the biggest pushover he doesn't care who is rough housing among the other dogs he is a passive lump of mush. Think Petey on the little rascals. Too much interbreeding and poor raising has turned an entire breed into an easy headline grabber.
  7. I love all the ones mentioned but Taking care of business is near the top of my list.
  8. Being sandwiched in between Wrightwood and Mt. Baldy they often sound like a freight train coming through. I love it!
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