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Author Topic: The Fallacies of Howard J. Osborn and Richards J. Heuer, et al.  (Read 1795 times)

Online Thomas Graves

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Re: The Fallacies of Howard J. Osborn and Richards J. Heuer, et al.
« Reply #40 on: August 14, 2019, 02:51:47 AM »
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Gee, thanks Moondoggie.

"Moondoggie"?

Close ... but no cigar.

"Underdog"

Bastard son of  Bob "Bob Dog" Mahon, the 6' 3" 190-pound Juvenile Hall Probation Officer who was quick enough and strong enough to get (former) bad-ass San Diego cop Norm Veasman in a headlock and make him drop his gun on the old Bahia Bridge, in 1964.

... but not "Moondoggie".

Get it?
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Offline Steve Logan

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Re: The Fallacies of Howard J. Osborn and Richards J. Heuer, et al.
« Reply #41 on: August 14, 2019, 06:45:34 PM »
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"Moondoggie"?

Close ... but no cigar.

"Underdog"

Bastard son of  Bob "Bob Dog" Mahon, the 6' 3" 190-pound Juvenile Hall Probation Officer who was quick enough and strong enough to get (former) bad-ass San Diego cop Norm Veasman in a headlock and make him drop his gun on the old Bahia Bridge, in 1964.

... but not "Moondoggie".

Get it?

I know póg mo thóin (you should give that a try)

I know Poch ma hon (you can give that a go too)

Never heard of Bob "Bob Dog" Mahon.

Speaking of surfing , did you know the recently departed "King of The Surf Guitar" was born in my home town?

Online Thomas Graves

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Re: The Fallacies of Howard J. Osborn and Richards J. Heuer, et al.
« Reply #42 on: August 15, 2019, 01:07:56 AM »
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I know póg mo thóin (you should give that a try)

I know Poch ma hon (you can give that a go too)

Never heard of Bob "Bob Dog" Mahon.

Speaking of surfing , did you know the recently departed "King of The Surf Guitar" was born in my home town?

Of course you wouldn't.

Didn't mean to suggest that you would.

But, bearing in mind that if he were alive today he'd be 88 years old, the real old timers at Old Mission Beach Athletic Club, of which he was a founding member, know who I'm referring to.

You might find his long obit in The San Diego Union newspaper online. I don't know if it's still there.  And no, I'm not "of" the Czech Republic, but I was teaching English there when he died.

Dick Dale was from YOUR hometown?

Yeah, I'd heard rumours to that effect.

LOL
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