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Nicknames of Marchers You Marched With

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1 hour ago, Terri Schehr said:

Jim said everyone called him Rondo when he was on staff with Watkins Glen in ‘79. 

Interesting. So it wasn't until the eighties that he became reiable. :satisfied:

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5 hours ago, Ghost said:

Lobster would have been a good nickname.

Our Lobster at Westshore was named that because his grip was so stinkin' strong someone likened it to being pinched by a lobster when he grabbed their arm. Heckuva Rifle person and good guy. If it wasn't for his grip, he would have fell out of Bus 2 on I-80 at 65 MPH but that's another story....

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7 hours ago, Stu said:

Interesting. So it wasn't until the eighties that he became reiable. :satisfied:

Did he give himself that additional nickname?

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Fat Andy, Frankie the Wop, Freddy No Nose, Pete the Killer, and Johnny Echoes
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5 hours ago, BigW said:

Our Lobster at Westshore was named that because his grip was so stinkin' strong someone likened it to being pinched by a lobster when he grabbed their arm. Heckuva Rifle person and good guy. If it wasn't for his grip, he would have fell out of Bus 2 on I-80 at 65 MPH but that's another story....

Was that Tommy?

Brenda has told me the story about him nearly falling out of the bus. Scary stuff.

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9 hours ago, Stu said:

Interesting. So it wasn't until the eighties that he became reiable. :satisfied:

well he hadn't mastered the art of predicting whoever won GE won the show yet

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7 hours ago, hairbear said:

Himbad, Pfunk, Big Irv, Hairbear. Collectively: "The Brothers"

how did I forget to mention them!

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6 hours ago, BigW said:

Our Lobster at Westshore was named that because his grip was so stinkin' strong someone likened it to being pinched by a lobster when he grabbed their arm. Heckuva Rifle person and good guy. If it wasn't for his grip, he would have fell out of Bus 2 on I-80 at 65 MPH but that's another story....

yeah that one may need stay off of the boards LOL

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1 hour ago, mcjordansc said:

Fat Andy, Frankie the Wop, Freddy No Nose, Pete the Killer, and Johnny Echoes

The "Sopranos" eh?

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