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thanks man. it was a sweet moment... my team made some plays for me that day that were truly unreal - would not have done it without them.
That win was also my Juco's first ever state playoff win back in 93 and now in 2013 they are National Champions - Go CACC
I tried to break AJ Green's forearm in HS
My sister played at cv I had offers there and Marion and enterprise but totally fvcked it
OP delivers, hot damn.
Congratulations man, the last no-no I threw was in 7th grade. Not nearly as impressive.
cool. getting a chance at the next level is always a good thing.
i hurt my shoulder my Jr year at AUM - never was the same. fastball wasn't a fastball anymore...
ah, thanks bro.
i think i threw a couple in high school as well, but i'm not going to brag on those, were against very sub par teams - and were 5 innings due to us beating them like 15-0. so combined, maybe i have one more. LOL
Alen ponder played at AUM after bama fvcked him he went to my high school dude was unreal in high school
When I was a sophomore in high school on varsity, we had this big senior lefty who was going D-1 all the way. Kid could throw in the low-mid 90s, and had the type of filthy junk that only lefties seem to have. He threw 4 or 5 no-hitters that year, but the best came in our 2nd-to-last game of the year. The team we played was our traditional rivals, so this guy Chris was pumped. He came out with the best stuff I've ever seen, and struck out EVERYONE. I mean, EVERYONE.
So, we were through 6 2/3, and he had 20 strikeouts. The best anyone had managed off him was a couple weak foul balls. If he strikes out the last guy, it would've been epic. A perfect game where the pitcher struck out every batter? Who does that? Naturally, the -bag coach tells his #3 hitter to go up there and...bunt.
Not content to go down swinging like a man, the guy bunts, and I have NEVER seen a pitcher that angry. Chris looked like he was going to pick up the guy's bat and chase him down the first-base line with it, and I couldn't have blamed him. It's the most cowardly thing I've ever seen in a baseball game. We got the guy out and Chris got the perfect game, but that coach robbed him of a game that should've gone down in the record books.
dude, that sucks...
i can't imagine.. in my game, about the 5th inning i had a perfect game going too, and the lead off guy (a guy i actually knew as well, played against him in high school - baseball/basketball and football - we actually were decent friends) stepped into a lead off curve i threw, just to drop one in for a 1st pitch strike - and let it hit him on the elbow... ump didn't even call it, cause he dove into the ball on purpose, everyone saw it.
no biggie, threw a double play ball next pitch... bam.
but that, 20 people....that freaking rocks... and sucks at the same time.
Uhhhh...I think that's called flipping out not an allergy
I'm just a normal coonass, nothing special
Speak for yourself
I couldn't burp until I was 22.
Straight sucked son.
I've been in a couple skate videos. Went on a little tour with the biggest skate magazine in the world.
And by skating I mean rollerblading.
Sarah sorry about the Herpes.
You aren't allergic. You my friend had a bug out. Its funny as hell to see. I would have laughed at you. Weed won't kill you bro. Just ride it out & go with it.
She is a woman numnuts
One side effect of marijuana is paranoia. Chances are this was the case when you thought you were having a heart attack.
I'm an asshole.. Until it comes to dogs and kids.
And? She had a bug out. So what? Can you really be allergic to weed?
Exactly. Bug out. Funny as chit.
Yep but if it happens eveytime stop letting them smoke its annoying.
You can be allergic to anything
Lulz at this guy having Angie Verona in his sig.
Fruit bootin is gnarly
Released in 2011, Ground Control came to define a years worth of achievement from the blading community. Featuring a strong roster of talent from the team itself and directed by Simon Mulvaney, this film tells a story of the frames beneath the feet of every GC rider.
With the film coming to a close, Episode 11 gives us a brief insight into the insanity that is Joey Chase's blading. From massive gaps and huge kinks, to incredible switch ups and tech tricks, we see just why Joey is considered one of the best street skaters in the world.
A film by Simon Mulvaney
'Star Lady' by Pentagram
Starring Brian Aragon, Joey Chase, Julian Bah, Chaz Sands, Damien Wilson, Gabriel Hyden, Alex Burston and Nils Jansons.
Also featuring Dre Powell, Stefan Horngacher, Sammy Chase, Yuri Botelho, Mathias Silhan, Lyle Shivak, Kåre Lindberg, Marc Moreno, Dominik Wagner, Andrew Jaccuzi, Keaton Newsom, David Andrews, Derek Henderson, Chris Haffey, Michael Braud.
Camera Operators: Simon Mulvaney, Chaz Sands, Damien Wilson, Joey Chase, Max Manning, Phillip Long, Josh Glowicki, Gabriel Hyden, Rolsn Rollschauch, Martin Jansons, Marc Moreno, Brent Hicks, Sammy Chase, Pete Dearden, Dre Powell, Julian Bah, Stefan Horngacher.
Script Supervisor: Tom Roberts
Audio Technician: Simon Mulvaney
VFX Artist: Simon Mulvaney
Editor: Simon Mulvaney
Second Unit Directors: Chaz Sands, Damien Wilson, Gabriel Hyden, Max Manning, Phillip Long, Josh Glowicki, Martin Jansons, Marc Moreno
Line Producer: Andy Wagener
Assistant Producers: Simon Mulvaney, Jan Welch, Geoff Acres,
Director: Simon Mulvaney
Executive Producer: Jon Elliott
We started Ground Control in order to fill a void in the industry. Skating had evolved into a high impact stunt orientated art form and the frames on the market wouldn't hold up to our rolling. We needed a frame that the elite pro's could trust under their boots, a frame that allowed them to continue to push the envelope. After months of working with a structural engineer and CAD designer we released not only the first after market UFS frame but the industries first symmetrical frame as well. The standard was set and GC was born.
My close friend Chris Peel helped me put together the logo. I wanted something that we (the rollerbladers) would recognise each other by. From across a crowd in any given airport or park the blade would serve its purpose. The GC sickle was designed to be your flag, like a secret handshake it only belongs to those who just 'get it'. I'm proud to have had such an elite team over the years and be involved in such an eclectic industry. The current roster has given their blood for this film so do them the favor and soak it up. Enjoy the trip.
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