[Also,he already knew that my real name was "Jonathan M.
Heller" and he enjoys the Gazzoo Site a lot.]
Your real name is Jonathan M. Heller??!!
Bosco, , YaHeyDer@aol.com, [Msgid=34196]
Your Tombstones Are Still In Danger!
I chatted online with Tom Callahan today, and he assured me
that John and Corrine from the Arrowhead are still with us and
living in the Minocqua area. He suggested we invite them to the
Bob Gazzoo, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=34634]
J&C; alive and well!
Speaking as a Cardiologist, I have to say John and Corinne have
definitely beat the odds!...Hopefully the great Tombstone thief
won't find this site and see that rumours of her death were
Jeff Mossler, , email@example.com, [Msgid=34639]
PERL HAVIN' FUN WITH PUD
(Letter from Phil Perlson to Jon Heller) Pud-I made up a couple
limericks just to prove that I have way too much time on my
hands... There once was a man named Pud, who everyone said was
a stud...his thing was to spritz, all over big t---, then cover
them melons with mud. There once was a man named Phil, who all
the chicks said was a thrill. The girls said "of course, he's
hung like a horse, and we're feeling the sting of him
PudThePoolTrout, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=35048]
Syrup + Feathers
It amazes me that a lot of you write just how I remember you
sound. For example....Perl. Enough said. While D. Raskin and I
were thinking of old times, we couldn't remember why Pud and JP
were "syrupped and feathered" in front of the camp in 1984.
What was that about? I'll have to send the picture to Bob G.
Looking forward to seeing everyone this summer. Later.
Bryant Esch, , email@example.com, [Msgid=35319]
Bryant, After a 16 year hiatus of using my brain, I don't know
exactly why JP and I were syrupped & feathered in 1984.
Joey, you're Mister Maven--why DID we?
PudManDewPhillipsBlofeld, Jr., 715-FROSTY1,
It couldn't have been me because my last full summer was 1981.
You must be thinking of some other wasted, beached whale,
JP, , JHP@BBRG.NET, [Msgid=35517]
'Cause there is one thing worse....
....in this whole universe, and that's no Aunt Jemima at
Peter Kaufman and I were among the few unfortunates to get
syruped and feathered around
'78-'79PK & BS get
So I doubt it was us.
Ps: I still feel sticky
Bosco, 1-800-Log-Cabin, YaHeyDer@aol.com, [Msgid=35625]
Raskin's seen the whale!
I've seen the syruping and feathering photos. Esch has a whole
series, and he's right; it most definately was J.P. and Pud.
Perhaps a "welcome back, just once more, for old times sakes"
syrupping and featthering? Surely JP and Pub were involved in
some kind of heinosities that warranted such a punishment?
David Raskin, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=35732]
Okay, new topic...
How about the origin of nicknames? Let's start with Mike
Jacobs, as I gave him his moniker. It was 1978, and I was
running a basketball game in Athletics. There was this dopey
kid with glasses who couldn't dribble, much less make a shot.
Then out of nowhere, he throws in a hook shot from beyond the
free throw line. "MEADOWLARK!" I screamed (as in Harlem
Globetrotter star Meadowlark Lemon). The name stuck, but within
a year the "lark" was somehow dropped, and he became simply
"Meadow". Mike tells me then when he spent time in China,
"Meadow" was what he went by...
Bob Gassel, email@example.com, [Msgid=36409]
Flounder? Wham Bam? Spike Rubenstein? Slash Plattner? Spherical
David Raskin, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=36446]
Where did the name Gazzoo come from anyway? Is is just a play
on Gassel or is there a more entertaining story behind the
name? Information would be appreciated!
David Susman, , email@example.com, [Msgid=36511]
It was late one night in the summer of 1972, Arapaho cabin;
everyone's in their bunks trying to sleep, but I'm yappin about
something. Finally, out of the darkness I hear "Will you shut
up....Gazzoo!" The person responsible was Jeff "Roo" Roth. Damn
ALWAYS SPELL IT WITH TWO Z's!, ,
Tickle me Elmo
As far as I am aware...I was the one who named Scott Halperin
"Elmo". It was an overcast day and the Pot Shop was
closed...Scott and I were post-tonyed up in the Duplex. Scott
started banging the back of his head into the wall that doubled
as a staircase upstairs, as he was "head banging" he was
screeching like some odd prehistoric bird, consequently, I just
began calling him "Elmo". Let me know if I my memories are
P'troff, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=36577]
To the best of my memory, Pud was syruped and feathered because
he was Pud. JP was involved becuase he instigated the whole
scandal. He was visiting and just wanted to start trouble.
Which goes to show yous guys, "If you're gonna bark with the
loons, you gotta be able to run with the gazzels! Stoler, a
gazzel is a..."
Jeff Leiken, , email@example.com, [Msgid=36650]
Somewhere Bryant Esch and I have a video of a staff meeting
(circa 1984) out by the trampolines. It is after lunch, half of
the staff are asleep (behind their sunglasses) and H is up
front giving a talk about a letter he recieved from a parent
(Dougie Lerner's I think) and how this will help with marketing
for next year. At one point H goes off an an impression of Mark
Grinder, sticking his belly out and rubbing it. Where is he
Jeff Leiken, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=36653]
Staff Meeting Video
Raskin has a detailed message regarding this video in the
January, 2000 archive.
Red, , email@example.com, [Msgid=36706]
Jon --> Pud?
How did the Pud get his name?
David Raskin, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=36749]
Are you kidding me???
Wow....David Raskin failed TimberHistory 101....."How did Pud
get his name"? My belief is that not only can everyone posting
here knows WHO gave Pud his name....they can tell you the
little town in Arkansas where he was from. Ok David...the
redemption question...."What ex-Timber legend had a cabin named
after him? HINT: There was never a cabin called
Mossler..(though both thought it was deserved)
Blake Bursten, , Here@GoneTomorrow, [Msgid=36754]
Actually, I was kind of hoping they renamed the whole camp for
us Blake (Marks)!...I assume!
Jeff Mossler, , email@example.com, [Msgid=36757]
2 FOR 1....
I CAN ANSWER (2) TRIVIA QUESTIONS IN ONE SHOT. GLENN FISHER
(BLYTHEVILLE, AR) NAMED ME "PUD" IN 1973--HAPPENED AT THE
BREAKFAST TABLE ONE MORNING AS MIKE WEINSTOCK SHOVED A WHOLE
PLATE OF PANCAKES DOWN MY THROAT. GLENN ACTUALLY OPTS FOR
"PUDRICK" AND HE CAN ONLY CALL ME THAT. HE GAVE UP A LOT IN
SALARY TO MAKE CERTAIN I WAS HIS CAMPER FOR THE NEXT (2)
SUMMERS--A REAL TREAT. HE, MIKE WEINSTOCK AND GARY OGLANDER
WERE THE INSTIGATORS OF THE JULY 23, 1973 PHYSICAL ASSAULT
& RAID ON SIOUX CABIN. JOEY AND HOWARD OUGHTA' REMEMBER
THAT ONE WELL--A BROKEN WINDOW OR TWO AND THE IMMEDIATE
REPRIMAND AND EXPULSION OF A REAL BAD ASS. AS DAVID BURING
WROTE ON THE ARAPAHO WALL..."WE REALLY WHOPPED 'EM..." BY THE
TIME THE OLD H GOT TO ARAPAHO, HE GRABBED US ALL BY THE SHIRTS,
LINED US UP OUTSIDE AND KICKED EACH OF US IN THE
ASS...COUNSELORS MEANWHILE WERE HINDING BEHIND THE CABIN UNDER
A SHEET... HAWK CABIN WAS NAMED AFTER JERRY HAWKER.
PUD, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=36765]
For starters Pud...depress your caps lock (no metaphor
intended)...I'm taking "Who is Norm Wolf?" for $200 Alex, er,
Blake! By the way, welcome to the C.A...bout time we gotta ya
outta the kitchen-girls cabin!
P'troff, , email@example.com, [Msgid=36825]
Geeez Pud, even Heidi knew it was Wolf cabin named for Norm
Wolf. Next thing you'll be telling me is that the ski dock was
named for Doc Severenson!
Gazzoo, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=36837]
It wasn't Hawk.....you ding dong
I just had to say it...
You all know that I said "Hawk" on purpose, just to elicit the
written tyrade. "Ohhhhhhhhh Weeeeeeeee Ohhhhhhhhh"....where's
that OGIE character anyway??? With a little luck, the infamous
"Ogie" just might find his way here.
Pudrick, 1-900-DOROTHY, email@example.com, [Msgid=36870]
It's nice to see you're actually signing your own name to your
postings, Marks!....if you want to trash me and my brother at
least have the balls to sign your work!!!
Jeff Mossler, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=36889]
DO YOU BELIEVE PUD?
FINAL Voting Results
Yes - 3 No
... Do you believe Pud's excuse that he PURPOSELY answered
the trivia question incorrectly? NOTE TO PUD: ONE VOTE PER
Gazzoo, , email@example.com, [Msgid=36900]
Page will take a while (4-5 mins) I suggest letting it load and
hitting the 'reload' button when you come back to the computer
for best effect.
Works best with NetscapeÆ
Bosco, , YaHeyDer@aol.com, [Msgid=36917]
to da' dump!
Okay here's one for John Marks... There is a certain vehicle in
camp that is used for the garbage run. It has been replaced
almost yearly since I've been a part of Timberlane, but they
keep giving it the same name. Since at least 1983 it has been
known as the what and it is named after WHO? (Hint: Based on
the amount of recognition he gets on these pages, he's
Jeff Leiken, , jleiken#mentorcounselor.com, [Msgid=36921]
Tramp Ball rules
Minking? or Minkin
Jeff L. As someone who logged about as many hours as humanly
possible on those tramps, I'll answer the question I think
you're asking. I think you're referring to Minkin; short for
the "Minkin Rule", named for Mark Minkin I believe (although I
can't claim to know him or to have been around when the rule
was incarnated). I seem to remember a day, circa '72, when much
tramp ball was played without this rule in effect. As a 9
year-old, I remember it being pretty painful. Of course, it
made me vindictive and I was sure to dish out some of that pain
in my older years. While Pud was the most fun on the tramps,
Marks was my favorite target! Fantastic memories. Alas, things
have changed, I jumped on a trampoline about 18 months ago and
had a stiff neck for a week.
spiking!@nobounce, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=36943]
Thanks Rob, but by the way, what is the "Minkin Rule"? Also, do
I remember that you once hurdled the net between a C and D
David Raskin, , email@example.com, [Msgid=36946]
The Minkin Rule
"The Minkin Rule" simply forbids spiking after bouncing on the
tramp. You can only spike (an overhand throw without an arc)
when you catch the ball and throw it before bouncing.
Bob Gassel, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=36950]
The Minkin Rule
Close but not quite. Spiking was always on the No Bounce (in
other words, you couldn't catch the ball, take a leap and plant
the world "VOIT" backwards across someone's forehead (although
Ed Fried and Mike Blechman both accomplished such feats on the
No bounce). The Minkin Rule clarified the fact that you could
only spike the Tramp from which the ball came. It was
established to protect guys like Marksy from people ganging up
on him. Without the Minkin Rule, when Marks took D Tramp,
(after spending 45 minutes in line) The guy in A would call
"starting" and toss a high lob to say Jeff Mossler (in C) Moss
would catch it(high over the net and without a bounce)and
either run Marks right off the tramp or nock his teeth out. In
the old days (before the second set of tramps were built, the
player(s) in A would set the rules. They would announce "One
bounce, you get your down bounce, spiking on the no bounce . .
. the Minkin Rule is in effect, etc. . ." The rules would
change constantly. Over time, the Minkin Rule, as well as
spiking on the no bounce, became standard, as did chasing
Marksy off the tramps.
Rob Schiller, , email@example.com, [Msgid=36957]
. . . . and yes I was once crazy (and stupid) enough to jump
over the nets (from A to B and back) . . .if H ever saw that,
he'd take away my canteen . . . if his insurance broker ever
saw it, they would've removed the tramps. On the topic, here's
a little Timber Trivia - Does anyone remember the incident that
caused H to cover the spaces between the tramps?
Rob Schiller, , Schiller@armorholdings.com, [Msgid=36958]
Even more tramps
I am surprised that with all of this talk of the "Minkin" rule
the infamous "Bodan" rule has not been brought up. Double
canteen for the first person who can describe it (Pud-100 words
Danny Buring, 901-818-3104, firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=36977]
MORE & MORE & MORE TRAMPS--
BODAN RULE--NAMED FOR THE HIGHLY INSANE--RICHARD J. BODAN,
MEMPHIS, TN. MR. BODAN WAS SO OUT OF THE REALM OF REALITY, THE
GUY IN 1970-71 CONSTANTLY HAD A WILD GRIN ON HIS FACE AT ALL
HOURS OF THE DAY & NIGHT. WHEN HE WAS ON THE TRAMPS, HE
DISPLAYED A GREAT DEAL OF UNRULY BEHAVIOR, WAS NEVER READY OR
LUCID ENOUGH TO CATCH THE BALL--THUS, THE BODAN RULE
(PRONOUNCED--"READY OR NOT, 1-2-3 BODAN") ESSENTIALLY
SAYS..."IF YOU AIN'T READY YOU
UGLY-PSYCHOACTIVE-ONE-FLEW-OVER-THE-CUCKOO'S-NEST, TOUGH S***!"
(WE'RE TALKIN' 'BOUT ONE REAL UGLY MEMPHIS DUDE HERE). BRIEFLY,
MR. SCHILLER IS "CLOSE" IN HIS REFERENCE TO MARK MINKIN. THE
RULE WAS NAMED FOR "JEFF MINKIN" (THEY WERE BROTHERS).
FURTHERMORE, DURING MY 1ST YEAR OF CAMP (1970), THERE WAS NOT
ONLY (1) SET OF TRAMPS, WITH THE LINE GOING OUT TOWARDS THE
OFFICE, BUT THERE WAS NO SUCH THING AS A MINKIN RULE AND 16
YEAR-OLDS SUCH AS SCOTT GOODMAN, JEFF MINKIN, MIKE UKMAN (AND
THE LIKES) USED TO REGULARLY GET SET-UP FROM ANY TRAMP AND MAKE
ANYONE'S NOSE BLOODY. ALTHOUGH THE COMPETITION WAS EXTREMELY
KEEN, MR. SCHILLER, WITHOUT A DOUBT, WAS THE BEST OVERALL
PLAYER I ENCOUNTERED. LAST, BOTH SCOTT AND DAVID GOODMAN WERE
THE BEST "NO-BOUNCE->BACKDROP" SPIKERS I'VE EVER SEEN. (THE
George McGinnis (Pud), 1-900-SPIKE-IT,
Tramp Ball Follies
I am surprised at all the wrong references to the Minkin Rule
originating from Mark. Mark never took his bow legs on the
tramp and was too preoccupied shoveling horse manure out at the
stables, or from under Dorothy's trailer! JEFF is the Minkin
that deserves the credit! Pud, I am surprised at your lack of
deftness both on and off the tramps! Please Mr Pudrick "tear
down the caps!" As far as Robbie being some kind of trampball
demi-god soaring over the nets like Tara Lipinski, give us a
break! Robbie's butt could barely fit in the trip shack, let
alone over the trampball nets! Now, the legendary duo that
totally dominated the trampball scene throughout most of the
early 80's was nonother than the Gorchoff/Kaufman Empire. I am
looking forward to imprinting
on many of your foreheads this summer! (spoken with
P'troff, , email@example.com, [Msgid=36989]
Just a posting...
Good call on Jeff Minkin Pudddddder.....you are totally 100%
correct. These "youngsters" who post in this room have no idea
who Jeff Minkin or Rich Bodan are. Schiller---as for you, you
might have been a "decent" trampball player in the realm of
all-time players. But let me tell you, the Goodman brothers
were elite-- as was Ukman--Timber Trampball Legends. I would
put Schiller in the catagory as a Bobbo Heilbronner-- a solid
trampball player in his own right- but never to be confused
with the All-Time greats. Peter Kaufman---you are correct my
man---- the Gorchoff/Kaufman duo were well respected underdogs
in their day. Always very tough to get out. Pud-- one more
posting with all caps and I'm gonna kick your ass! One last
thing Schiller....you walked in your sleep, pissed in your bed
and now you are making stories about getting me out in
trampball. You talk about lines to get on-- when we had only 4
tramps and the All-Time Timber greats would grace the
tramps....those were lines--LONG LINES! Leiken-- I have no idea
what the truck was called. All I remember is driving to the
dump and dumping Stevie Schachter on the camp road at about 30
mph. Never so scared in my life! Moss--lighten up babe--its all
in good fun!
Marksy, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=37062]
My Guess Would Be...
....uh, the Pudmobile?
Can I call my lifeline?
What's the prize?...A&W;?
Duke Hilinger, , YaHeyDer@aol.com, [Msgid=37077]
Lop Some Boogie & Slap Mah Fro!
I enjoyed the Marksy post (see above) so much I decided to
convert it to 'jive':
Just some postin'... Good call on Jeff Minkin Pudddddder. Ah be
baaad.......ya' is totally 100% co'rect. Man! Dese "yungsters"
who post in dis room gots no idea who Jeff Minkin o' Rich Bodan
are. Schiller---as fo' ya', ya' might gots been some "decent"
trampball playa' in de realm uh all-time players. But let me
tell ya', de Goodman broders wuz elite-- as wuz Ukman--Timba'
Trampball Legends. ah' would put Schilla' in de catago'y as
some Bobbo Heilbronner-- some solid trampball playa' in his own
right- but neva' to be confused wid de All-Time greats. Liva'
Lips Kaufman---ya' is co'rect mah' man---- de Go'choff/Kaufman
duo wuz well respected underdogs in deir day. Slap mah fro!
Always real tough t'get out. Man! Pud-- one mo'e postin' wid
all caps and I'm gonna kick yo' ass! Right on! One last doodad
Schiller. Ah be baaad......ya' walked in yo' sleep, pissed in
yo' bed and now ya' is makin' sto'ies about digtin' me out in
trampball. You's rap about lines t'get on-- when we had only 4
tramps and da damn All-Time Timba' greats would grace da damn
tramps....dose wuz lines--LONG LINES! Right on! Leiken-- ah'
have no idea whut de truck wuz called. All ah' rememba' is
drivin' t'de dump and dumpin' Stevie Schachta' on de camp road
at about 30 mph. Lop some boogie. Neva' so scared in mah' life!
Right on! Moss--lighten down babe--its all in baaaad fun! Right
Bosco, , YaHeyDer@aol.com, [Msgid=37146]
Geez, Carl Bassewitz has the coolest job of anyone. Don't you
guy wish you had been nicer to Carl. Like I was. Right, Carl??
How about some Timber confession, huh? Ok, fine then, I'll
start. Once in 1974 or 75, I had one of the nice station wagons
out on Cruiser day. I tried to hit 100 mph on the Airport Rd.
(Roller Coaster Road) Anyway, I bottomed out the car and the
front bumper came loose. But I didn't panic. On my way into
camp, I saw one of the foreign counselors leaving with his kids
on Cruiser Day and the poor guy was driving the old brown beat
up station wagon. Altruistic guy that I am, I offered him the
new car as I was just heading back to camp anyway. You can
guess the rest. The poor guy returned to camp later that
evening with the bumper just about hanging off. He felt awful.
I remember he kept telling Harold that he couldn't understand
how it could have happened. Phew, I'm glad I finaly got that
off my chest. Gotta run and email my buddy Carl about some
Super Bowl Tix for next January. Lee Glicksman
Lee Glicksman, , email@example.com, [Msgid=37212]
Gotta love Garcia vs. Weir in the World Match Play Golf
Championship today.....Garcia is dominating early....as it
always was!....Go Jerry! er....Sergio
Jeff Mossler, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=37213]
100 MPH ALMOST MADE ME BOOT--
Leeeee...and I thought that 100 MPH to this day was some sort
of "bad dream." Yes--I, along with about 6 others was in that
car and you had one helluva "DEATHWISH" look on your face. The
year was 1975 (perhaps the BEST year I ever had as a
camper--P.A. YEAR)--the year of the disappearing camp--but even
MORE significant, it was the year of "LEE'S PLUNGER." I think
Lee recalls his attachment and love of "THE PLUNGER"....so much
so that those of us who were lucky enough to have him as SC in
1975, just go to your memory book and check out the cabin
PudMan, 1-900-BLOWCHUNK, Barfarama@Glicksman.com, [Msgid=37219]
Regarding Glicksman's "plunger cabin" what's with all the
gang-signs??? AND is that Meissner next to, Lebau?
P'troff, , Nanpeter@megsinet.net, [Msgid=37347]
NICE CALL PETROFFFFFF....
Yes that's Johnny--I believe he was our C.I.T., but with both
he Glenn (GLYNNNNN) trippin' and trippin' and trippin', they
were gone a lot, but since I went on every conceivable canoe
trip to be had that summer, I saw more tents than I did of my
short-sheeted bed, which somehow always awaited me coming off a
trip. As for the hand signals and the essence of LEE'S PLUNGER,
you'll have to ask Lee to confirm this--but my memory points to
a DEAF (and possibly MUTE) acquaintance of Lee's, but I'm a
little cloudy on that. I'm quite certain Lee will be able to
shed some light on the story of the "signals" and, of course,
the damn PLUNGER.
Gang signs and random musing
A deaf buddy of mine came to camp for a few days in the summer
of '75. Like the crew members of the Pueblo, (consult your
history books) my staff and I are signing the letters H_E_L_P.
Hey, if any of you guys ever get down to Tucson, call me, I'm
in the book. I had a nice talk with Danny Plattner a couple of
weeks ago. Interestingly, he didn't attend Timberlane til long
after I was gone. Nevertheless, he knew counselors that I knew
as campers; and the stories, including runs to Milwaukee during
camp, remained remarkably similar. I told him of one time where
H had gotten word that there was some weed in camp and I went
from cabin to cabin confiscating a small portion, er...I mean,
all of the marijuana at camp and dumping it in Lake Towanda.
Who knew that marijuana would float? I'll never forget Mark
Abrams skimming the top of the lake with the screen from our
cabin window. By the way, Bill Barenholtz is running for
Congress on the Repubican ticket here in Arizona. Bill lives in
Yuma where the local high school recently replaced the grass
with Astroturf to stop the cheerleaders from grazing. Scuse the
Lee Glicksman, (520) 320-9170, email@example.com, [Msgid=37400]
The truck used to do the "G-Run" is called affectionately, "The
Pud" .. Which incidently when I was a first year JC in 1984 I
was riding on the back on a pile of leaves doing "rake crew"
when Phil Perlson (making us sing "You should have been gone..
Knowing how you made me feel") backed The Pud so rapidly into
the dump pile that it tossed three of us a good five feet over
the edge and got stuck in the mud. It took 1/2 the staff to
come down and push it out! Does anyone remember the entire
staff moving that old 2 ton freezer from the lodge out to the
far athletic field while H walked along side insulting each and
every one of us?
Jeff Leiken, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=37435]
Un Day Tour of Nations
Last night an old camp friend and I were discussing what kind
of trip it would be to visit ALL of the nations from the UN Day
teams we were on... I'd begin with Uganda (in 1977).. and
wouldn't get much further than Atlantis in 1978 before I would
need SCUBA gear!
Jeff Leiken, , email@example.com, [Msgid=37436]
UN Day Tour of Nations - 2
And by 1980, I'd need Doug David to do the music over the PA
system for OZ.. and would probably need that bike that Rosey
rode in on... Speaking of OZ I was a captain.. or should I say,
a "Brutal Death Monkey"... You know, I never put that one on my
Jeff Leiken, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=37437]
SPEAKING OF ROZY--
Seeing Rozy ride in on that bike, no doubt, was one of the
hardest, gut-bustin', rib-achin', anal contortion laughs I ever
had on a UN or POW WOW. But even more entertaining (how can one
NOT completely lose it), is seeing this mishugana in the
"Callahan/Heilbronner" camp film, bustin' outta' the lodge
(slamming his Doberman Pinscher head into the door), before
staggering out and snarling before the camera...you mean that
was him on a normal day??
PudMeister, 1-900-MOHAWK, email@example.com, [Msgid=37505]
Rozy and Braunie
I've got photos of Rozy and Steve Braun jumping off a cliff at
Cherry Lake up in 'Nada. Esch and I roughed it out. Based on
Rozy's height of about 6', the cliff they jumped off must have
been about 120' high. Both were in hiking boots and cutoffs.
Braun split his shorts wide open. Rozy yelled, "F'ing A" all
the way down, for about 3 or so seconds. No one had checked the
lake in advance to make sure it was deep where they were
jumping. They just concluded that "looks deep." This was the
Canadian where we ate Jim Beam Cobbler for dessert.
David Raskin, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=37561]
I just caught up on my Timber postings from last week and as
much as I don't want to go back there . . . PK and Marksy leave
me little choice. Minkin (Jeff or Mark) - Hell, I didn't even
know there were two of them. I only knew the first name from
some cabin wall. I was all of 9 years old in 1972, running for
my life every time I saw anyone named Ukman on or near a
trampoline. And as for the size of my butt Mr. Kaufman. YOU
SHOULD SEE IT NOW BABY! Let's just say I'm still trying to grow
into it. Nevertheless, you can bet my fat ass will still fit in
that TS. . . .and Marksy - did you teach Michael Jordan how to
concentrate with his tongue out?
Rob Schiller, , email@example.com, [Msgid=37564]