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May 16, 2003
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Aug 2, 1962 (Age: 60)
Painesville, OH

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THINK, Before You Speak, Male, 60, from Painesville, OH

Former College Pick'Em Champ
WoodyWorshiper was last seen:
Jul 28, 2022
    1. Clarity
      Almost here, Dubs. It's going to be another good one.
      1. WoodyWorshiper likes this.
    2. MD Buckeye
      MD Buckeye
      Thanks for the catch!!! What I get for trusting the odds that ESPN
      1. WoodyWorshiper
        No problem. Love this contest and would love to win it one of these years. But, the right way!

        Oct 22, 2013
    3. LitlBuck
      First message too long... more

      Anyhow, Hugh & Fay's son-in-law and daughter now own Cometic Gaskets which is located in Concord and they are in the money. Their names are Bob and Bindy Gorman. Their house backs up to Little Mountain golf course. I could go on and on for quite some time but I guess I will wrap it up for now.
    4. LitlBuck
      I have always thought that you were a fine fellow. You have never come across brash or insensitive. However, there are a few on here that do.

      With that being said, before I forget, I will never forget our Sunday journeys to Painesville and our stop by the way back at the Isaly's ice cream shop on the square.
      My wife's sister and brother-in-law moved to Mentor from the Steubenville area in the early 50s. His last name is Taylor and he taught shop at Mentor high school for quite some time. Low-key guy but extremely nice. My wife had another sister who initially taught at Painesville or Fairport Harbor and later moved onto Willoughby South. Her name was Thelma Hill. She probably taught history. Extremely intelligent.


    5. LongwoodBuck
      Bah! I am so sorry. I updated the donor database just prior to you sending this message, it seems, and hadn't logged back in since. I didn't know you were owed money until I saw this. I hope it's not too late, but I just added 17 million vCash to your account. Keep me posted. :)

    6. scarletngray
      Merry Christmas Dubs!! May you and your family be filled with the wonder and goodness of God this day!
    7. Nicknam4
      17, Born with it. His hair fell out when he was a year old I think.
    8. Bestbuck36
      Thanks for the well wishes WW! Right back at ya
    9. gracelhink
      Big Buckeye Planet Birthday shout out to WoodyWorshiper!
      Enjoy your special day and
      age with grace!
    10. GeorgiaBuck2
      Same to you WW
    11. LitlBuck
      Could you check out the salt mines up there for me.
    12. TRON 2.0
      TRON 2.0
      Just checked my mail and all I can say is thank you!!
    13. Buckeyeskickbuttocks
      LOL... nope, all the pages work fine.
    14. kippy1040
      Dubs; I don't know this but i have a strong feeling that you will be there for the Toledo / Ohio State game in Cleveland. If you go give a good report of how things went.
    15. scarletngray
      Randy, I'm looking forward to it. Should be a great keepsake!

      I'm sure hoping that our beloved Bucks will rise to the occasion tommorow night and kick some Trojan a$$. Here's hoping for a big victory for the good guys!!
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    Aug 2, 1962 (Age: 60)
    Painesville, OH
    Favorite Program:
    Ohio State


    "Never argue with stupid people, they will drag you down to their level and then beat you with experience." Mark Twain
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