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I beg to differ Roadrunners!

Cold storage? Try front and center Mr. Chaspazzzzzz.


Ahhhhh, the thrill of victory, even if from the past can't me masked by the slings and arrows of a fortuitous champion.

I believe one of those flag enshrouded baseball hardware was taken from yer flight-challenged peepers. No shrill attacks, misplaced witticism or smudge campaigns can tarnish their luster. I was the WS champion, TWICE, and that can never been taken from me. Hail Archers! Now on to my campaign to equal the great Yogi Berra.

The NL-West shall rise a'gen, cuz yur either fur us, or yous a'gen us! The Archers shall over come.

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