[Vision2020] Channeling Henny Youngman (was Deacon kisses Doug's butt)
jampot at adelphia.net
Sun Sep 10 18:16:35 PDT 2006
Deacon, you lucky so and so! You're being afforded the high honor of
experiencing Joe's world class sense of humor up close and personnel. What
could possibly be any funnier then being referred to as a "butt-kisser?" I'm
guessing that Robin Williams is kicking himself in frustration and envy at
not thinking that snappy witticism up himself. Mark this down in your diary,
my friend, for one day you'll want to be telling the grandkids about this
rare and special occasion. You must be positively giddy! Congratulations are
definitely in order.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Joe Campbell" <joekc at adelphia.net>
To: "Deacon James" <deaconblues42 at gmail.com>
Cc: <vision2020 at moscow.com>
Sent: Sunday, September 10, 2006 4:26 PM
Subject: [Vision2020] Deacon kisses Doug's butt
> There are lots of guys named 'Deacon,' too. Just because you kiss butt
> don't assume that I was talking about you, my good friend! And there are
> lots of guys named 'Doug,' too, as you well know. Boy are you paranoid!
> (I hope you haven't lost your sense of humor, old buddy!)
> Best, Joe
> ---- Deacon James <deaconblues42 at gmail.com> wrote:
> There are lots of guys named Joe, to be sure, but I'm not quite sure what
> you are getting at. I just like baseball -- past and present. If you
> that's fine, but there is no need to be rude about it. After all, not
> everything has to be about you, you know.
> Take care,
> On 9/10/06, Joe Campbell <joekc at adelphia.net> wrote:
>> Man, Deacon, it must take you hours to find references of baseball guys
>> named 'Joe' to make your posts! I mean, it is such an unusual name!
>> Earlier today I googled "Deacon kisses butt" but I didn't come up with
>> anything. I'll keep trying!
>> Joe Campbell
>> ---- Deacon James <deaconblues42 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Joe "Bananas" Benes was called up in 1931 by the St. Louis Cardinals. As
>> infielder (2B, 3B, SS), he had 12 at-bats in a total of 10 games. During
>> that time, he batted .167 (2 for 12), and had a .955 fielding percentage.
>> Though Joe Bananas wasn't around to enjoy it, the 1931 Cardinals, led by
>> outfielder Chick Hafey, went on to win the World Series.
>> Take care,
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