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Dinner with Dave Wannstedt
Dinner with Wes Unseld
Lost a one on one game 11-0 to Eddie Jordan
Have a permanent injury since taking an offensive foul from Terence Stansbury...he put up 20 against me and another 20 after they carried me off the court.

2/15/2013 11:09 PM
I met Roger Maris, Hank Bauer and Elston Howard at a grocery store in Raytown, MO ( suburb of KC, MO ).  They were in a walk-in cooler drinking a beer and I knocked over a bunch of liquor pints.  They and the owner came out to see the ruckus and got a great laugh.  I was in awe and they were very nice.  

I had a beer with Marv Hubbard while he was in KC for a football gathering.  Very nice guy.  I was very surprised.

Played high school charity basketball against, Otis Taylor, Mike Livingston, Dave Hill and several other KC Chiefs in early 70's.  Had a great conversation with O. Taylor.  Very sociable and very competetive at everything.

I sold men's clothing to Bobby Bell and his son.  Became quite sociable.  He would call and ask if I would let him come in at closing, lock up, and let him take his time.

Sold clothes, many times to Frank White.  He is ag nice a man as he was a great second baseman.

2/26/2013 5:00 PM
I met Robbie Cano at a baseball signing, he was really friendly. I was running the track the same time as A-Rod and Cameron Diaz while I was finishing up school in Tampa, I didn't want to bother them though, and have nothing nice to say to A-Rod, only Cameron.

The only other guy I've met is Walt "Clyde" Fraizer, before a Knicks game. I told him he "you're a legend." His response "Oh I know."

2/26/2013 5:49 PM
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