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Re: Pussy Galore, 1925-2020

Boris ·
I think we should all "Honor" her by getting together with our significant others.
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Re: Pussy Galore, 1925-2020

Henry ·
Beef would hit that. Too soon?
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Re: Pussy Galore, 1925-2020

Hungry5 ·
I bet she was really something, before electricity.
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Re: Pussy Galore, 1925-2020

Blair Kiel ·
Is it just me, or are you all still staring at that picture hoping a button pops?
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Re: Pussy Galore, 1925-2020

PackerHawk ·
On the bright side, Alotta Fagina is still with us.
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Re: Pussy Galore, 1925-2020

Pikes Peak ·
Down goes Pussy!
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Re: Don Shula, 1930-2020

Fedya ·
I thought he did a commercial for Nutrisystem, but the only copy I could find was a point you phone at the TV video, so get him hawking lawn care products instead:
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Re: Don Shula, 1930-2020

Fedya ·
BK wants the action stamps:
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Re: Don Shula, 1930-2020

Boris ·
One of the greats of All-Time. Fantastic person too. RIP Coach.
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Re: Don Shula, 1930-2020

michiganjoe ·
Just as many memories of him coaching Johnny U. and the Colts as the Dolphins.
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Re: Don Shula, 1930-2020

Packiderm ·
That Colts team in 68 was scary
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Re: Don Shula, 1930-2020

MNPackman ·
So, Barreiro on KFAN had Bud Grant on the show to talk about Shula. At one point, Grant said Shula should have his name on a trophy, because Lombardi has his name on one, and he wasn't as successful as Shula........
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Re: Don Shula, 1930-2020

Boris ·
Yes Lombardi was as successful, just didn't do it as long. Lombardi's name is on the trophy for a reason. 3 straight titles. Nobody has ever done that nor ever will. Shula had a shot but lost his first one.
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Re: Don Shula, 1930-2020

Fedya ·
Curly Lambeau did it from 1929-1931.
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Re: Don Shula, 1930-2020

skully ·
Truly an iconic Legend. RIP Coach
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Re: Don Shula, 1930-2020

Packiderm ·
Is everybody associated with the Vikings idots?
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Re: Don Shula, 1930-2020

MNPackman ·
It's called viking butthurt, a contagious condition that someone catches once they declare their allegiance to that team.
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Re: Don Shula, 1930-2020

Fedya ·
Yes.
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Re: Don Shula, 1930-2020

Hungry5 ·
RIP coach Shula. Undefeated AND untied. Curly was first "undefeated" and first 3-peat.
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Re: Don Shula, 1930-2020

Fedya ·
Actually, there were three zero-loss seasons before Lambeau did it in 1929. Gotta love those Canton Bulldogs.
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Re: Don Shula, 1930-2020

mrtundra ·
Remember when the Packers were courting Shula to be their coach? Shula wanted part ownership of the team, so no deal. I think he would have been a good fit in Green Bay. Might have spared fans some rough seasons in the late 70's and early 80's.
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Re: Don Shula, 1930-2020

The Heckler ·
Oh damn right they all are. I always love rubbing it in to spermheads fans their best coach was born and raised in Wisconsin. As for Shula its sad that another icon from my youth is gone. RIP coach
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Re: Don Shula, 1930-2020

ammo ·
Most people discount Lombardi's record of 37-21-2 as Giants offensive coach. Jim Lee Howell often said the offense was Lombardi, defense was Landry and all he did was make sure the balls were inflated. Add the Giants games to the Packer and redskin years and it is a lot more impressive.
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Re: Don Shula, 1930-2020

Green and Gold ·
Do you (or anyone) have any more info on this ?
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Re: Don Shula, 1930-2020

mrtundra ·
I cannot find anything on this. I do remember someone interviewing Shula and asking him what it would take for him to come to Green Bay as their Head Coach. Shula answered I would want to own part of the team. I had heard other talk of this, at the time, as well. It had to be sometime between the Bengston and Devine years.
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Re: Don Shula, 1930-2020

Timmy! ·
Email Cliff Christl and ask if he can shed any light on this. Would be as good a resource as I could recommend.
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Re: Don Shula, 1930-2020

Timmy! ·
Shula was once eager to coach the Packers
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Re: Little Richard, 1932 - 2020

Fedya ·
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Re: Little Richard, 1932 - 2020

Pikes Peak ·
Good golly miss Molly....RIP
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Re: Carol Channing, 1921-2019

Fedya ·
Re: Carol Channing, 1921-2019
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Re: Carol Channing, 1921-2019

Fedya ·
Channing at the Super Bowl VI halftime show:
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Re: Carol Channing, 1921-2019

fightphoe93 ·
I remember her from when I was growing up in the '70s. Her voice was very "distinctive". RIP Carol.
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Re: Carol Channing, 1921-2019

Fedya ·
Channing with Ann Miller (in the green), Ethel Merman (in the white), and Della Reese (in the blue):
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Re: Carol Channing, 1921-2019

Fedya ·
Channing playing Password with somebody you'd never expect:
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Re: Zeke Bratkowski, 1931-2019

Pikes Peak ·
My youth is fading fast.
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Re: Zeke Bratkowski, 1931-2019

Packiderm ·
Not many of my heroes from the 60's Packers left
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Re: Zeke Bratkowski, 1931-2019

YATittle ·
Still have his autograph. Also remember the way he treated me kindly while asking for it.
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Re: Zeke Bratkowski, 1931-2019

Timmy! ·
Sad. RIP, Zeke.
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Re: Zeke Bratkowski, 1931-2019

Boris ·
Zeke....definitely a favorite -- hate to see old heroes go. RIP Sir...
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Re: Zeke Bratkowski, 1931-2019

bvan ·
Wish we had a Zeke-like backup for Rodgers.
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Re: Zeke Bratkowski, 1931-2019

phaedrus ·
RIP Mr Zeke Bratkowski. Always liked him. Time just keeps on moving.
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Re: Zeke Bratkowski, 1931-2019

R MaN ·
RIP Zeke
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Re: Zeke Bratkowski, 1931-2019

Blair Kiel ·
1961 or 62 Life Magazine shoot with all NFL QB’s. Zeke top right, was Bears starter. A couple of other notable QB’s in there, I would say. This is in my garage .
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Re: Zeke Bratkowski, 1931-2019

Goldie ·
RIP Mr. B.....
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Re: Zeke Bratkowski, 1931-2019

mrtundra ·
Only a few of the original Glory Years team players left. So sad! Love that GBP Tradition!
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Re: Zeke Bratkowski, 1931-2019

michiganjoe ·
Always seemed to do a really good job when called upon to step in for Bart. RIP
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Re: Zeke Bratkowski, 1931-2019

Fandame ·
Knew his place was as a backup to Starr and never let it deter him from supporting Starr and the team. Another classy guy gone. RIP.
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Re: Zeke Bratkowski, 1931-2019

The Heckler ·
RIP sir! so many players from those great teams are starting to pass and its sad.
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Re: Zeke Bratkowski, 1931-2019

RoyalWulff ·
I remember anytime Bart went out with an injury I’d be nervous that it would hurt us. I really shouldn’t have been nervous. Zeke was always cool, calm and competent. He was a superb backup. RIP!
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Re: Neil Peart, 1952-2020

Maynard ·
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