Bob Jewett at US Open

Bob Jewett at US Open

Post by Gideo » Wed, 24 Oct 2012 06:27:25


Hello, folks.  Long time no read/post.  

I was looking at the AZbilliards live scoring site and I see that Bob Jewett is playing (lost 4-11 to Oscar Dominguez).  

Gideon

 
 
 

Bob Jewett at US Open

Post by David » Wed, 24 Oct 2012 21:38:59


Quote:
> Hello, folks. ?Long time no read/post.

Your wife lets you use the computer?

Quote:
> I was looking at the AZbilliards live scoring site and I see that Bob Jewett is playing (lost 4-11 to Oscar Dominguez).

I assume it's double elimination... let's all pull for Jewett to do
it...

David "The Hamster" Malone

 
 
 

Bob Jewett at US Open

Post by Mark » Wed, 24 Oct 2012 22:11:11


Quote:

> > Hello, folks. ?Long time no read/post.

> Your wife lets you use the computer?

> > I was looking at the AZbilliards live scoring site and I see that Bob

Jewett is playing (lost 4-11

Quote:
> to Oscar Dominguez).

> I assume it's double elimination... let's all pull for Jewett to do
> it...

> David "The Hamster" Malone

Always waxing poetic aren't you, David?  Glad you're not a Brazilian poet
methinks  :O)

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Post by David » Wed, 24 Oct 2012 22:22:52


Quote:
> Always waxing poetic aren't you, David?

I'm not waxing any more... if anything, I'm waning.

Quote:
>Glad you're not a Brazilian poet methinks ?:O)

I have hair in places I never had before I got old... the last thing I
want is for somebody to pull it out by the roots.

David "The hairy Hamster" Malone

 
 
 

Bob Jewett at US Open

Post by David » Sat, 27 Oct 2012 00:08:17



Quote:
> I assume it's double elimination... let's all pull for Jewett to do
> it...

A US Open contestant named Jewett
Was a pretty good wager to do it
But as you can see
He went out in three
"No excuses" he said, "I just blew it..."

David "The Hamster" Malone

 
 
 

Bob Jewett at US Open

Post by pltrgys » Sat, 27 Oct 2012 02:43:54

A limerick written by Hamster
Is likely to be a disamster.
To count, as a rodent,
He fingers and toes it,
And rarely achieves the right answer.

-- Larry

 
 
 

Bob Jewett at US Open

Post by David » Sat, 27 Oct 2012 04:02:40


Quote:
> A limerick written by Hamster
> Is likely to be a disamster.
> To count, as a rodent,
> He fingers and toes it,
> And rarely achieves the right answer.

Shudder...

When written by a non Bard
A limerick's rhyme scheme is hard
The fourth line's last word
Must rhyme with the third
Your version is just avant-garde!

David The bardish Hamster" Malone

 
 
 

Bob Jewett at US Open

Post by pltrgys » Sat, 27 Oct 2012 09:12:24


Quote:

>> A limerick written by Hamster
>> Is likely to be a disamster.
>> To count, as a rodent,
>> He fingers and toes it,
>> And rarely achieves the right answer.

> Shudder...

> When written by a non Bard
> A limerick's rhyme scheme is hard
> The fourth line's last word
> Must rhyme with the third
> Your version is just avant-garde!

> David The bardish Hamster" Malone

{ssshhhuuuddddddeeerrr...}

When written by a Canuck
The limerick rhyme's undertook
By writing in French
And ignoring the stench
Of translation done with a book

-- "the beardish slowster" Larry

 
 
 

Bob Jewett at US Open

Post by David » Sat, 27 Oct 2012 22:57:14


Quote:
> When written by a Canuck
> The limerick rhyme's undertook
> By writing in French
> And ignoring the stench
> Of translation done with a book

Better... but...

Larry's learning it seems
I'm just not sure what he means
I suggest he desist
He's getting me pissed
And he can't write limericks for beans

David "The clean-shaven Hamster" Malone

 
 
 

Bob Jewett at US Open

Post by pltrgys » Sat, 27 Oct 2012 23:48:59


Quote:

>> When written by a Canuck
>> The limerick rhyme's undertook
>> By writing in French
>> And ignoring the stench
>> Of translation done with a book

> Better... but...

> Larry's learning it seems
> I'm just not sure what he means
> I suggest he desist
> He's getting me pissed
> And he can't write limericks for beans

> David "The clean-shaven Hamster" Malone

Can hamsters really express
Their feelings when under duress
Or while playing pool
While perched on a stool
And wearing their hamsterly dress?

-- Even-slower-now-that-he's-retired Larry

 
 
 

Bob Jewett at US Open

Post by David » Sun, 28 Oct 2012 00:13:05


Quote:
> Can hamsters really express
> Their feelings when under duress
> Or while playing pool
> While perched on a stool
> And wearing their hamsterly dress?

This hamster stops and confesses
He doesn't work well under stresses
But... he doesn't play pool
With his ass on a stool...
And he definitely never wears dresses.

David "The Hamster" Malone

 
 
 

Bob Jewett at US Open

Post by pltrgys » Sun, 28 Oct 2012 09:17:45


Quote:

>> Can hamsters really express
>> Their feelings when under duress
>> Or while playing pool
>> While perched on a stool
>> And wearing their hamsterly dress?

> This hamster stops and confesses
> He doesn't work well under stresses
> But... he doesn't play pool
> With his ass on a stool...
> And he definitely never wears dresses.

Hamsters have been known to tilt
At windmills that haven't been built,
But how can they score
With their balls on the floor,
Without using ladders or stilts?

-- Larry (the s-l-o-w one)

 
 
 

Bob Jewett at US Open

Post by David » Wed, 31 Oct 2012 01:31:56


Quote:
> Hamsters have been known to tilt
> At windmills that haven't been built,
> But how can they score
> With their balls on the floor,
> Without using ladders or stilts?

Lol... ok. I concede.

David "The limerick-whipped Hamster" Malone

 
 
 

Bob Jewett at US Open

Post by pltrgys » Wed, 31 Oct 2012 04:16:53


Quote:
> Lol... ok. I concede.

> David "The limerick-whipped Hamster" Malone

Well, now what am I supposed to do with the rest of the year?

This being retired ain't easy, ya know.

-- Larry

 
 
 

Bob Jewett at US Open

Post by David » Wed, 31 Oct 2012 04:39:42


Quote:
> Well, now what am I supposed to do with the rest of the year?

> This being retired ain't easy, ya know.

I'm thinking of retiring next May when I'm 65...  but I'll likely be
playing golf instead of making up limericks.

I thought you'd be playing tennis and pool?

David "The still-slaving Hamster" Malone