Joyner's HOF Dinner

frmn

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With all the people that will attend the HOF dinner for Joyner, he probably owes 90% of them for letting him "Hold a Hundred". Do you think he will show up under that kind of pressure?
 

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With all the people that will attend the HOF dinner for Joyner, he probably owes 90% of them for letting him "Hold a Hundred". Do you think he will show up under that kind of pressure?

Of course he'll be there, the question is who's he going to bite to get there ?:)
 

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He is one of the former DCC champions and Louie Roberts award winners so he gets a room courtesy of Greg Sullivan every year.

Cliff has really earned his HOF honor -- aside from Efren, he was the best for a pretty good run, until he developed his shoulder problem.

He is always in action while there, too, so I don't think he has been to any of the prior dinners -- too busy playing himself, lol.
 

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While I have never let Cliff hold a hundred, or played him, I think his recognition for the One Pocket Hall of Fame is well deserved and believe he will truly appreciate the honor.
 

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If it is good enough for Dr. Bill and Shane to play it for 1k a throw. It is definitely good enough for me. Count me in.

Bille
 

androd

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While I have never let Cliff hold a hundred, or played him, I think his recognition for the One Pocket Hall of Fame is well deserved and believe he will truly appreciate the honor.

Yes I agree 100%, he certainly deserves it and has earned it. If he was here
I'd probably help him out. :)
Rod.
 

frmn

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I certainly believe he belongs in the HOF. My thread was ................. a joke. They just aren't as funny when you have to explain them. But the funniest ones are the truest. Why does a ( ) have hair around it? To hide the hook. See there?
 

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I certainly believe he belongs in the HOF. My thread was ................. a joke. They just aren't as funny when you have to explain them


I certainly got a smile out of it :)

... and yes I've been bit by Cliff, a couple :eek: of times :eek:

knew the outcome but didn't matter. to myself and to my customers he was always sharing his wealth of knowledge of our favorite game

congratulations to Cliff, he's a big time player and a good guy ... that is now where he belongs (HOF)
 

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There is always a "roasting" element to the HOF dinner experience -- that is part of what makes it so much fun.
 

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Cliff. Well deserved and overdue award. Dont worry, I will give him and Tony plenty of heat. My "files" are extensive and I have the goods on everybody. As an extra reward for getting in the Hall, I am going to declare a moratorium on all of Cliff's old bites. Tony will also get reminded of that last ass game he gave me the last time I broke him. :lol I may even do a long-distance roast on another previous Hall of Famer who shall go unnamed at the moment. JK, JK. (or am I?)

Beard
 
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