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Old Mon Apr 13, 2009, 08:30pm
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Maybe you meant NBA official Danny Crawford?
It would fit better.
Unless he had a child other than his current wife, he would not look that Joe Crawford either.

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Unless he had a child other than his current wife
You may want to rephrase that. It implies his current wife is his child.
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You may want to rephrase that. It implies his current wife is his child.
That is so incestuous.
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Old Tue Apr 14, 2009, 12:32pm
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You may want to rephrase that. It implies his current wife is his child.
You have not been watching the news lately have you?

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You have not been watching the news lately have you?

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Old Wed Apr 15, 2009, 07:51am
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Actually, Danny Crawford may someday be able to T up his son, who had a great career at Naperville and is going to Northwestern.
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Any see the Celtics game last night? Joey and company dished out at least 5 technical fouls. (I stopped watching before the end of the game.) I did hear that the talking heads made it a point to agree with numerous calls, including at least one T.

Either the crew went Billy Crystal on Boston, or they were a model of consistency.
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You may want to rephrase that. It implies his current wife is his child.
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You have not been watching the news lately have you? Peace
Or an older, Woody Allen step-child reference perhaps.....?
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Old Wed Apr 15, 2009, 08:59pm
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And there child would not be that dark either.
You'd be surprised. I've seen extremely contrasting pigmentation between parents and their biracial children.
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Old Wed Apr 15, 2009, 09:21pm
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You'd be surprised. I've seen extremely contrasting pigmentation between parents and their biracial children.
I have too, but not that dark.

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Old Fri Apr 17, 2009, 12:56pm
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Oh you silver tongued devil. You have such a way with words. Sheesh!

PS - True story. Several yrs ago I was pressed into service to call my son's Rec Game (his grandparents were there too). First "T" I ever gave in my life was on him for slammin the ball in frustration.

PSS - The ride home from the game was pretty quiet.....whoda thunk?
I had the pleasure of calling a "T" on my younger son during an adult rec game (yea, I know) a few years ago. I knew he had a game that night, and he knew I was officiating, but it never dawned on either of us that it would be the same league, as he knew I normally did not do adult league games. (Grunewar, it was at the "Y" in Reston -- don't know if they still have that league. BTW, grunewar and I are in the same association, but don't think we have ever met. I was inactive the last year because of knee problems.) Anyway, I was lead and my son drove the lane and ran right over the defender -- easiest call of the night. Not a peep from my son. After the game (middle of 3), he came over and said "I'll have to call Mom and tell her that I didn't think you would call that on me", and smiled. I smiled right back and told him "I guess I''ll have to tell her that I didn't think you were dumb enough to try it." He just laughed about it.
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I had the pleasure of calling a "T" on my younger son during an adult rec game (yea, I know) a few years ago. I knew he had a game that night, and he knew I was officiating, but it never dawned on either of us that it would be the same league, as he knew I normally did not do adult league games. (Grunewar, it was at the "Y" in Reston -- don't know if they still have that league. BTW, grunewar and I are in the same association, but don't think we have ever met. I was inactive the last year because of knee problems.) Anyway, I was lead and my son drove the lane and ran right over the defender -- easiest call of the night. Not a peep from my son. After the game (middle of 3), he came over and said "I'll have to call Mom and tell her that I didn't think you would call that on me", and smiled. I smiled right back and told him "I guess I''ll have to tell her that I didn't think you were dumb enough to try it." He just laughed about it.
Neat story, but I don't follow.
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