Oh, Ten Ring, I hope your Masters picks are better than your 80s music Rushmore.
Rick James, specifically "Super Freak."
Whitney Houston, (Pick Any Chart Topper)
Chaka Kahn, specifically "I Feel For You"
Madonna, specifically "Crazy For You"
To answer your inquiry yesterday, "Crazy for You" is the last Madanna track any self respecting male should be caught listening to.
10 Ring, nothing sports related here except my concurrance on Shaq's top 5 status along with a new found interest in Vanderbilt and Clemson.
Best '80s Pop Song
Paula Abdul "When Opposites Attract." Love that vidio.
Honorable Mention: Madonna "Border Line."
Lawrence Welk: Ah 1, Ah 2
Palmer packed off to the Cards.
Lawrence Welk: Ah Wonderful, Ah Wonderful
10 Ring, a fellow Raider enthusiast was at a business conference in Point Clear, Al recently, which coincided with Kenny Stabler's Help the Children Golf Tournament. Each entity had their banquets in adjoining ball rooms. My buddy who is a true font of Raider everything heard Stabler speaking. As the Stabler event was winding down, my pal moves in and jaws it up with the Snake. Then he walks over to the bar and starts drinking with Rod Martin, Phil Villapiano and former hero I can't remember. My pal didn't Tuck, didn't Immaculate Reception, he asked about the infamous noncall of Rob Lytle's fumble in the '78 playoffs. My pal was regailed with stories about the Tooz.
He was in there for a couple of hours. He also picked up Vallipiano signed football and personal oil painting for $100 bucks at the silent auction.
My pal also won the company long drive constest. My response, just go ahead and shoot yourself.
This is the kind of stuff that keeps us Raider fans faithful in the face of all that blows in Oak Town.
Why is it necessary to choose between Baily and Jennifer?
Ten Ring, The Doors, "The End" Apocalypse Now. Goodfellows, lots to like musically, but I'm going with the the Stones "Monkey Man."
The Big Chill! Pick any song on the sound track and you have a winner.
10-Ring, here's some possibilities: Dale Murphy to Philadelphia,
Reggie Jackson to the Angels, Franco Harris to Seattle, Dan Pastorini to Oakland for "The Snake" Kenny Stabler, who wound down his career as a Saint.
If Gonzalez cannot come to agreement with Atlanta on his strange terms, it's a natch that any team signing the old but still all world tight end, will require Gonzalez to learn their system in their camp.
Maybe Gonzalez, with his silly terms, wants out of Atlanta to a team with better a better chance to win the Superbowl in his last year.
Gonzalez's pitch could be a more money thing or a ticket out. If Atlanta eschews his bluff to ride the stationary bike, run and lift weights on his own schedule, to whatever team he falls will REQUIRE THE ALL WORLD TIGHT END to attend camp to learn what for Gonzalez is a new system.
There's nothing wrong with Rodman's trip to the Hermit Kingdom. Nothing will come of it except the after shocks of a dinner of Korean Beef and kimchi washed down with daddy Mr. Kim's Hennessy.
Rodman's better than the decided Red bunch who go around kissing Commie bums such as Hugo Chavez's. Prominent American citizens such as Danny Glover, Sean Penn Harry Belefonte and more--who decide to get personally involved. If there's a socialist to communinist the oft meddling Jimmah "I can't get no money for the Carter Center from US Donors" Carter will certify it.
10 Ring, you may not "wait on no man," but women might be a differnt story.
Diamonds or paste? If Reggie McKenzie even quivers when giving thought to any of this crew, I'm pealing the Fat Head Raider's Seal off the wall.
10 Ring, going with Slap Shot. The Oscar for best actor goes to Paul Newman, best supporting actors, The Hanson Brothers.
The Lou Gehrig movie has a way of getting inside me, plus Jackie Cooper stars.
Here's a sleeper, Strategic Air Command with Jackie Stewart and June Allison.