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  • TheShocktocles
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    Originally posted by wichshock65 View Post


    https://twitter.com/InsideTbt/status...395997194?s=19
    Awesome.!

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  • capnkirk
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    Originally posted by WuDrWu View Post

    No doubt the "value" of Ehimen went way beyond points, rebounds and blocks. Plus, he was an underrated defender. Moved his feet well and played the 3/4 as well as any post player we've had in addition to being strong as an ox.
    I loved watching Ehimen run the court. He was as fast as a deer. I doubt WSU has had any other player his size with anywhere close to his speed. I believe it was against Ohio State that he got the ball stolen from him, then ran the length of the court to block the shot they put up.

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  • wichshock65
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    https://twitter.com/InsideTbt/status...434566657?s=19

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  • shock
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    Did Karon ever talk about what happened?

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  • wichshock65
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    https://twitter.com/InsideTbt/status...395997194?s=19

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  • MoValley John
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    https://youtu.be/qqS1Ty79mOE

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  • Kung Wu
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    Originally posted by 1972Shocker View Post

    And while your at it you may want to check out Tolstoy's War and Peace if you haven't.
    OMG, I should have kept reading this thread. You are evil for suggesting that. I totally missed your posts above. Crazy!

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  • Kung Wu
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    Originally posted by ABC View Post
    One of the "best" English novels of all-time is Ulysses. It is borderline unreadable. I struggled through 2/3 and gave up. I have no regrets.
    Same happened to me with War and Peace in high school. Real snoozer. Not sure I even made it 1/3 through. I really liked the first couple of Rambo movies though.

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  • WuDrWu
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    Originally posted by Kel Varnsen View Post

    Although one wonders if "War and Peace" would have been as highly acclaimed as it was if it was published under its original name "War: What Is It Good For?"
    This is just sooooo good......

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  • WuDrWu
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    Originally posted by ABC View Post
    One of the "best" English novels of all-time is Ulysses. It is borderline unreadable. I struggled through 2/3 and gave up. I have no regrets.
    I hear ya' hummin' my friend and I'm sorry, I know I owe you a call. Life comes at you fast sometimes......might not be handling it the best.

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  • WuDrWu
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    Originally posted by WuTheOne View Post
    I watched a lot of perimeter players get past Fred and Ron when they gambled. Then they met Orupke at the hoop and usually peed down their legs and turned the ball over. Baker and VanVleet got a lot of steals because they could gamble on D, knowing their guy had virtually no chance if their guy got past them.
    No doubt the "value" of Ehimen went way beyond points, rebounds and blocks. Plus, he was an underrated defender. Moved his feet well and played the 3/4 as well as any post player we've had in addition to being strong as an ox.

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  • WuTheOne
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    I watched a lot of perimeter players get past Fred and Ron when they gambled. Then they met Orupke at the hoop and usually peed down their legs and turned the ball over. Baker and VanVleet got a lot of steals because they could gamble on D, knowing their guy had virtually no chance if their guy got past them.

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  • Kel Varnsen
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    Originally posted by 1972Shocker View Post

    It may have done better. Edwin Starr's version of "War. What Is It Good For?" was number 1 on the charts for 3 weeks.

    The song was actually originally recorded by the Temptations.

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  • ABC
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    One of the "best" English novels of all-time is Ulysses. It is borderline unreadable. I struggled through 2/3 and gave up. I have no regrets.

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  • 1972Shocker
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    Originally posted by Kel Varnsen View Post

    Although one wonders if "War and Peace" would have been as highly acclaimed as it was if it was published under its original name "War: What Is It Good For?"
    It may have done better. Edwin Starr's version of "War. What Is It Good For?" was number 1 on the charts for 3 weeks.

    The song was actually originally recorded by the Temptations.

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