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dolphan39

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Who was the 4th DL'men on the famous No Name D:
LDE -- Vern Den Herder
LDT -- Manny Fernandez
RDT -- ?????
RDE -- Bill Stanfill

when they were not in the "53" (3-4) defense ;)
 

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its very easy..................

when the subject is something you live and breathe!:D

wish i could have done as well in school with other subjects. math and history didn't interest me as much as they do now. i taught myself how to do trig when i started working in sheet metal, helped in figuring out shear sizes for different angles. i dig all history, but mainly scottish, english, irish and welsh. :)
 

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i dig all history, but mainly scottish, english, irish and welsh.
Did you ever read History of the English Speaking People by Winston Churchill (Vol 1-4) ? Some real good stuff mixed by some boring stuff.
 

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nope, haven't read it

right now i'm stuck in wales. can't spell the name without looking it up, but it is about lewellyn, before wales became part of england. sure glad i didn't live back in those days, man the deception was rampant. and the penalty for treason............... these liberals today think the death penalty is tough..............:eek:
 

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man, that link you posted,

sure brings back fond memories.:) manny fernandez was the most unlikely candidate for a defensive tackle, that i have ever seen. he wasn't big, but he could plug the hole better than anybody! :D
 
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