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Old 08-26-2009, 03:06 PM   #46
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Old 08-26-2009, 03:15 PM   #47
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Apples and oranges buddy. To even draw that comparison is just stupid.
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TTE you're quite the thread killer.
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TTE you're quite the thread killer.
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Old 08-26-2009, 03:42 PM   #50
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Alright alright . . . .

A funny true Ted Kennedy Story: As told to me by my political science professor.

Ted Kennedy used to throw Halloween parties every year. One year he goes in drag. He gets in the elevator with Strom Thurmond (a notorious horn dog). Strom pinches him on the bottom. Teddy turns around and says to him in a masculine voice, "Senator, I never knew you cared". Strom almost fainted.

Strom used to have a louiseville slugger in his office. When asked what it was for, his assistants would say, "it's to beat his pecker down when they put him in the casket".

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Apples and oranges buddy. To even draw that comparison is just stupid.
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Actually I have a funny Ted Kennedy story too. Umm...not trying to one up you TTE.

I was working at Nordstrom in Pentagon City back in July '04. One Saturday afternoon this burly figure lumbered into the mens shoe department. He was dressed casual. I think he was wearing a hat, not too sure. From time to time, we'd get a Colin Powell, this Senator, that Congressman, Mayor so and so. Celebrity sightings weren't all that uncommon. We were trained to greet each customer entering the department within 30 seconds. I think I beat the other salesperson by a hair. It was never obvious we were competing amongst ourselves.

"How are you today, let me know if I can assist you."

The gentleman fires right back, I know exactly what I need. Two types of customers I always hated selling to were guys who came into the department with their wives and elderly guys who knew exactly what they wanted. The former couldn't be talked into anything, the latter couldn't be talked into anything. As was our custom at Nordy's you seat the customer and proceed to measure their feet. If you're keeping up, that's point number three out of Nordstrom's Five Point standard.

Almost immediately I noticed this guy wasn't wearing any socks. I thought to myself either this cat is homeless or he's fucking loaded. Look, I'm in a hurry. I need a burgundy captoe. Shit (I thought to myself), we don't sell a burgundy captoe! Sir, I'll be right back. On my way back to the stockroom I asked an older salesman, who's that guy in my chair? He said he looked familiar but didn't know who he was for sure. I shrugged it off and brought out four pairs of shoes and a shoe tree. Popped the lid on the first box. A black captoe. Second box, a brown captoe. A black, oxford, plain toe. And then the ultimate insult, a burgundy Allen Edmond's penny loafer. They ran about $225. Surely the burgundy would catch his heart. He stares down at me with this incredulous look while I'm slipping on the first pair. So where you headed to this weekend? Boston, he replied. Yeah, that's where you from? No, but I am from Massachusetts. What's going in Boston this weekend? How's that shoe feel? Don't like it. By now he's getting antsy and has no more patience for my Nordstrom bullshit.

It was something about his voice and that Bostonian accent. He was coy the entire time though. It wasn't until he was stepping onto the escalator, without a Nordstrom shoe, that it finally hit me that was Teddy Kennedy I was chatting with. Seemed like a pretty nice guy. Until this day I haven't forgiven Nordstrom for not having a burgundy captoe in stock.

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Old 08-27-2009, 12:59 AM   #55
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I'll bet Ted Kennedy was a hell of a good time to party with. RIP.
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I met Teddy a few times. When he married Vicki about 17 or 18 years ago (I think), she was a member of my parish (Blessed Sacrament- right on Chevy Chase circle). Shortly after their marriage, he started attending the same Sunday service that my family and I always went to. Shook his hand plenty of times, and actually talked baseball with him on more than one occasion while Vicki and my mom talked about church related stuff. I was young at the time- 12 or 13 years old- but he was a very affable from what I can remember.
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I met Teddy a few times. When he married Vicki about 17 or 18 years ago (I think), she was a member of my parish (Blessed Sacrament- right on Chevy Chase circle). Shortly after their marriage, he started attending the same Sunday service that my family and I always went to. Shook his hand plenty of times, and actually talked baseball with him on more than one occasion while Vicki and my mom talked about church related stuff. I was young at the time- 12 or 13 years old- but he was a very affable from what I can remember.
did you ever hear of a "sub shop" called Armand's?
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did you ever hear of a "sub shop" called Armand's?
You talking about Armand's deep dish pizza?
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You talking about Armand's deep dish pizza?
Actually in the late seventies the owners of Armands Subway (located on Connecticut Ave just inside the DC line) started "Armands Chicago Pizzeria". I worked at Armands Subway and then the Pizzeria (after it opened) in highschool.
I saw GM's remark to the circle and thought he might be familiar with it if it still exists.
We used to get some of the Skins lineman to come in and eat a 6 foot sub occasionally............which they ALWAYS got it done.
The deal was, if any 4 guys could eat it..........no charge
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