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Re: Dennis Claridge, 1941-2018

Blair Kiel ·
Yes I have his card---one of the more unique because back in the day, Topps would just use whatever picture they had of the guy, even if the team didn't match.
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Re: Dennis Claridge, 1941-2018

Henry ·
Weird ass weirdos. Add that as a tag.
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Re: Dennis Claridge, 1941-2018

Blair Kiel ·
We're shut-ins.
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Re: Dennis Claridge, 1941-2018

Fedya ·
Better to be a shut-in than an ass-weirdo like Henry.
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Re: Dennis Claridge, 1941-2018

Packiderm ·
Holds the ball too high!
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Re: Dennis Claridge, 1941-2018

ilcuqui ·
Through the miracle of St. Vince's time machine (why not -- he did everything else while in GB), in that picture Claridge was just caught fielding the extra point snap from one of the wanna-be long snappers the Packers used last season.
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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: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

bvan ·
RIP Ski.
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Re: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

Blair Kiel ·
RIP. But..... Spent a day with him years ago....his son bought the medical equipment company I worked for and he spent a day in the field with me. Talked Lombardi-era football the whole time....didn't ask me a single question about myself....probably didn't even know my name...or ask.
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Re: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

Blair Kiel ·
P.S. People like it when you ask them about themselves and their life.
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Re: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

Pikes Peak ·
When are you moving? How's the wife? Kids ok?
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Re: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

ammo ·
Met him when I worked at Mt. Sterling Cheese. He was on a guided trout fishing expedition in Crawford Co. This was in 2007 and he looked then like he could play. Was great to talk to. Never even asked for an autograph.
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Re: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

Fedya ·
So Bob Skoronski fired you?
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Re: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

LarseeBear ·
With all the All Pros and phenoms on that team, Ski was selected the O Captain. No better testimonial for a special man. RIP Captain.
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Re: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

Blair Kiel ·
Great point and I don't mean to denigrate the man based upon one anecdote...it does however, tell us what fame must be like. Disappoint one fan and they tell that story forever.
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Re: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

SteveLuke ·
Is that you Ty?
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Re: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

Fedya ·
I assume this one is from training camp or practice because of the houses in the background:
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Re: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

Blair Kiel ·
Or they were Trick or Treating.
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Re: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

Fandame ·
Wish we still had those guys on our OL.
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Re: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

Hungry5 ·
They averaged about 240 I believe. Rodgers would get killed.
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Re: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

Fandame ·
Yeah, but 240 of heart and great technique. A dozen steaks and shakes a day and they'd be right there.
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Re: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

Blair Kiel ·
I got 10 dollars that says about 50% of X4 posters are pushing 240...and I don't want them blocking for Rodgers either.
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Re: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

ammo ·
Either 50% is to low or 240 is to low.........or both are to low.
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Re: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

Pikes Peak ·
210....
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Re: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

The Heckler ·
6 feet 230
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Re: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

mrtundra ·
Another sad day...
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Re: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

Tavis Smiley ·
I'm 6'1", 225, of pure chocolate Your chances of jacking me are slim, G 'Cause I rock from summer until Santa comes down the chimney… But I’ve posted that before, so it shouldn’t come as a shock to anyone.
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Re: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

Packiderm ·
Oh you’re being kind!
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Re: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

Ghost of Lambeau ·
1) Hi from Austrailia 2) RIP Bob 3) 5-11, 190
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Re: Bob Skoronski, 1934-2018

Packiderm ·
Used to love how Ray Scott said "Skoronski"
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Re: Bob McNair, 1937-2018

Fandame ·
RIP.
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Re: Bob McNair, 1937-2018

Ghost of Lambeau ·
RIP. Brought football back to Houston. The article says he was battling cancer of different forms. At the age of 81 at least he had one more year on the earth than my mom.
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Re: Laverne DeFazio, 1943-2018

QuietOne ·
I've always wondered how she got that Brooklyn (?) accent living in Milwaukee.
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Re: Jim Taylor, 1935-2018

michiganjoe ·
Great player. Amazing how long his team rushing record lasted.
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Re: Jim Taylor, 1935-2018

PackerHawk ·
Just saw him at Alumni Day last month. He looked pretty good. RIP.
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Re: Jim Taylor, 1935-2018

bvan ·
Jim Vainisi ?
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Re: Jim Taylor, 1935-2018

Fedya ·
There's a haircut you could set a watch to.
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Re: Jim Taylor, 1935-2018

bvan ·
I also have a '62 signed ball...
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Re: Jim Taylor, 1935-2018

Blair Kiel ·
Top 5 Packer all-time. RIP
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Re: Jim Taylor, 1935-2018

Goalline ·
Just got back in the country and this is the first news I heard. Sad!
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Re: Jim Taylor, 1935-2018

PackerHawk ·
You should have stayed where you were. Dummy.
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Re: Jim Taylor, 1935-2018

Timmy! ·
Jim Taylor. One tough mutha!
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Re: Jim Taylor, 1935-2018

Goalline ·
Dumbass, you said it wrong. The correct wording is: Why don’t you go back where you came from? You don’t belong here.
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Re: Jim Taylor, 1935-2018

michiganjoe ·
Re: Jim Taylor, 1935-2018
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Re: Jim Taylor, 1935-2018

Fedya ·
I like how you come to x4 for your news.
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Re: Jim Taylor, 1935-2018

PackerHawk ·
I figured that was pretty obvious. So how was Africa?
 
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