February 21, 2013

Joe Garagiola

I'd say in my lifetime he and Tony  Kubek no question were the best 2 man announcers ever! in my for what its worth opinion. 

and then showing my age? at a time when one didn't have to pay to watch a game??? AKA ...CABLE? now I cant watch much University Of Oregon sports why????? C A B L E TV thats why? I have a friend  who I dont understand why he dosent own his own computer ?? gee I think the answer might be ?? he doesnt want one, he'd rather travel to the library? and he pays to watch TV, cable ..I??? dont want cable TV why I dont watch much Tv plus a waste of money. it would be like me owning a  car or truck?? and never driving it???

hey the late Art Linkletter put it right when he said "people are funny" 

we are  look at me...

2 Comments:
  • A very classy man. Since I live in Arizona I'm well aware of the way he gives back to the community. A few years ago he assisted in raising money to build a library on an impoverished Indian Reservation. A good man, I wish him well in his retirement.
  • thanks for the reply
    yea I heard a great man away from the booth .
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