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Beachdawg

  • joined Jul 02, 2011
  • last login Nov 02, 2012
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I was born. I came from an extremely wealthy family but chose very early in life to live without money. My parents worked hard just to prove we could live on a low to low middle income. It worked and I became a low to low middle income guy. I worked myself through the University of Georgia, making sandwiches and serving beer across the street from the Arch, in a place known as "Hoagies". I lived in the Sigma Chi Fraternity House and drank my way through getting a degree in Education, before getting drafted 30 days after graduation. I was nearly dead when I saw the light, which turned out to be a shining white English Bulldog in the clouds, which spoke in a quiet bark that told me that there was something for me to do. My life changed and I now pursue those task given me, The big Dawg told me to live for the Fall and my joy would be complete when those "silver britches" take the field. Yep, "silver britches" was the yell from the stands and those dawgs wore red and silver. No wonder my joy has not been complete lately. No one knows what "silver britches" are. Well, now I'm old, having lived through the Kent State riots, Woodstock, long hair, short hair, no hair, girls that wouldn't and girls that shouldn't, and now girls that couldn't, so I've decided to write it all down. Oh, I live in Brunswick.

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IT AIN'T OVER TILL IT'S OVER

Yep, ole Yogi said it best and for those of you who are old and diseased, you remember those wonderful quotes from the "Y" catcher. Sorry, I just can't bring myself to say that "Y" word, but he...

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WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO OLD FASHION DISLIKE?

Ole Vince and Erk had a way of telling the world that Georgia didn't have a prayer if we were playing Saint Josephs Middle School for the walking, seeing and hearing impaired. Little Johnny...

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I WAS AT THAT GAME

I grew up sixty miles north of Jacksonville, Florida, and sixty miles south of Savannah, Georgia. Being between two television stations meant that we had to know the weather conditions for that...

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WE THROW THE BALL----ON SUNDAY

When I arrived on campus in 1969, I had two years of Junior College behind me. It was not because I wanted to go to Brunswick Junior College, it was because my grades from high school would not...

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It was 42 years ago

I guess when I stop and think about it being 42 years ago, I feel somewhat old. It was the summer of 1969 and I was getting settled into Reed Hall and awaiting my first football game between the...

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