[Vision2020] Joe LIKES Bananas

Joe Campbell joekc at adelphia.net
Mon Sep 11 16:45:09 PDT 2006

Can we keep in mind that Deacon was the first to post on this issue. Is your point, David, that when conservatives make snotty, rude, insulting remarks toward liberals that that is OK but when liberals return the favor it is not?

I just want to understand what the rules are. You let me know what they are and I'll adapt. If you want to have informed discussions about issues I can do that. If you want to resort to adolesent name-calling I can do that, too.

I understand that you think that the rules work differently for all of you then they do for folks like me but that, in a nut-shell, is my major problem with the CC/NSA gang to begin with.

Time for a sports update!

Joe Campbell

---- David Williams <davidwilliams365 at hotmail.com> wrote: 

Ooohh, a salvo from Joe Campbell.  What a zinger.  Ummmm...  I'd recommend 
more thought invested next time around.  Looks like someone FINALLY got 
under his skin.  Another victory for the Sports Boyz, or whatever J calls 

>From: Joe Campbell <joekc at adelphia.net>
>To: Deacon James <deaconblues42 at gmail.com>
>CC: viz <vision2020 at moscow.com>
>Subject: Re: [Vision2020] Joe Goes Bananas
>Date: Sun, 10 Sep 2006 7:40:23 -0700
>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 an
>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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