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Old 06-22-2007, 06:25 PM   #31
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LOL. Latham Williams. I was JUST watching that segment as well! The "You know what I'm saying" really drove me NUTS... but more so this time because I knew it was coming.

...You know what I'm sayin'?

Did you count them, CRicci? He just keeps saying "You know what I'm sayin'"! Can you even keep up with it!
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Old 06-22-2007, 07:16 PM   #32
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One I didn't like was I think her first name was Susan Groesinger. You know, the one who allegedly killed her man because she was in a lesbian affair. It was so annoying because, I mean she was stoned or something and you knew she was lying, and she never got arrested!
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Her name was actually Judy Groezinger.
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Old 06-23-2007, 02:02 AM   #34
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Another one I didn't care for was Dennis Walker's co-worker at the sports memoribilia store. (Was it called Hall of Fame?) When discussing Dennis's decision to hide all of the memoribilia just as the authorities were catching on to him, the jerk said "I was all for gettin' it out of there just so that the state couldn't get their (he used a racial epiphet here that I don't feel comfortable mentioning) hands on it" What a jerk. He strikes me as on of those intolerant types, and assisted in the stealing of one of the best sports collections of all time. I was really into baseball at the time, but I wouldn't have wanted to visit this store, not with those loonies running it.

Did anybody else think this guy was a jerk?
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Well, I dont know that I thought he was. This wont be popular with people, but I actually agreed with what the guy said. I mean I can understand why he wouldnt be exactly thrilled about the state wanting to come in and take his stuff not because they really care about the people that were ripped off but because they wanted to make some money.
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I am assuming you are referring to when he said "I didnt want the state to get their cotton-picking hands on it" ? Well, honestly when I heard that, I didnt even really think racism, now that I think about it more I guess in our politically correct modern society it was a "racist" remark. I guess you would have to ask the guy to see what he really was implying like that. I didnt really think to much about what he said, it didnt bother me that much. But that is just my opinion.
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I believe someone here earlier, blamed Missy Munday's family for what happened with her and Jerry Strickland. Well, no doubt the Munday's could have done more, but I dont feel they are that much to blame. She was 16 years old at the time, it isnt exactly easy to keep a kid like that under wraps. Her parents from the best I could tell did not like Jerry Strickland and felt he was bad news. They didnt know she was involved with Jerry Strickland until after the fact and her parents as best as I could tell had no idea she was going to up and leave with Jerry Strickland like she did.
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Well, I dont know that I thought he was. This wont be popular with people, but I actually agreed with what the guy said. I mean I can understand why he wouldnt be exactly thrilled about the state wanting to come in and take his stuff not because they really care about the people that were ripped off but because they wanted to make some money.
I agree in the best case scenerio, Walker should've sold off his stuff to a big collector and used the money he recieved to pay back his investors. The thing is, being an avid baseball fan - I am still trying to figure out more than twenty years after the fact what happened to Walker's collection.

The best I can think of is Walker did sell it off before he died (due to some of it turning up and being sold in other parts of the country) but whomever aquired it, got stuck with a ton of junk (valuable junk but junk nonetheless) because they can't display it publically nor venture to turn a profit from it due to the fact that the authorities put it out there that "any item from Dennis Walker's collection is viewed as stolen goods and anyone who traffics in such items could be prosecuted". If my hunch is correct, then if I was a big time collector who paid Walker a considerable amount of money for his sports collection - I would keep it as under wraps as possible for fear that the state of Oregon would try to confiscate it.

So if the sports treasures are still "missing" in my opinion although the whole mess started with Dennis Walker, the people who are keeping these items from being appreciated by baseball fans right now is the state of Oregon due to their edict. As a huge baseball fan, this case has always made me kinda ill.

So to answer your question wiseguy: I think Sandy Sanders for what its worth was right on the money with his intelligent remark about keeping the state out of the whole mess. Speaking strictly as a collector of many things, the last thing that a collector wants is for the state to get their hands on his collection (whether it be baseball memoribilia, rare records or whatever) because you'll likely never see it again which is what Sanders I believe was alluding to here.
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Regarding the case of "Bonnie Wilder". The woman who hired her also made a few remarks that made my . She kept going on about how a woman her size cannot get lost in a big city... and this is a big city ! Seriously!
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We need a tiebreaking vote. Anyone?
Hafta agree with you on this one. It was stolen property and the guy who wanted to shield it from the state was in the wrong. The racial epithet was out of line too. Just my opinion.
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Regarding the case of "Bonnie Wilder". The woman who hired her also made a few remarks that made my . She kept going on about how a woman her size cannot get lost in a big city... and this is a big city ! Seriously!
I said that too. Understandably, she was upset that this woman conned her. She seemed to be more occupied with the fact she was fat if anything. Con artists come in all shapes and sizes, lady!
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How about Pat Snee...I think she was a little full of herself with that statement about Danny being madly in love with her. I mean come on she was a halfway attractive lady but geez...
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How about Pat Snee...I think she was a little full of herself with that statement about Danny being madly in love with her. I mean come on she was a halfway attractive lady but geez...
You mean, Danny Wheeler...brother of Mr. Just by Coincidence....Just by Coicidence????? What a character! But I have to agree with you (and Sammy) about Pat....lol
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thank you very much HyeTev!


People who rip off others like that rub me the wrong way. Just like those who run 'home improvement' scams - think UM had a case like that - and those who prey on the elderly and disabled.
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Well hyetev, wiseguy and I werent disagreeing about the stolen property part, we were disagreeing a bout the state getting it back. While you and wiseguy have your right to your opinions, I do not understand how you could get race out of what that guy said and take offense to it when he wasnt talking about race at all. He said "I didnt want the state getting their cotton picking hands on it." When he said this he was referring to the baseball memorabilia collection, race had nothing to do with the matter. I know you are thinking that because he said cotton picking he must have been referring to black slaves who worked as cotton pickers however race simply had nothing to do with that conversation.
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