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it's sort of sweet that the NYT quotes me in a paragraph about bill

[Considering he is obsessed with me]

So Bill gets mentioned in the New York Times (though they don't provide a link) for his recent post on the war between Long Island and Connecticut. And hey, they used MY motto that I posted in Bill's comments.

The one they quoted was: Long Island: Come have some cawfee at our mawls! Which really had nothing to do with the rivalry with that little, snobby state of Connecticut. For those who think CT has it all over Long Island, to those whose snobbery can be felt across the Long Island Sound, I have only two words for you: Hartford. Whalers.


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Well this will be minor by comparison, but in response, all I have to say is:



We don't need no stinkin' Whalers (or Patriots for that matter!)

Forget Ct. The only thing they were good for was buying Mega Million tickets before NY started selling them.

Damn you Sherard, you beat me to the punch.



Reminded me of one of my favorite movie scenes.

"Breakfast, schmrekfest. Look at the score. I'm only in the middle of the second and I'm winning 12 to 2."

"Breakfasts come and go, rene. Now, hartford, the whale ? Hey, they only beat Vancouver once, maybe twice in a lifetime."