Wednesday, July 03, 2013

Now, what was that address?

"Titan, this is so fitting. It's the 150th anniversary of the bloodiest battle in American history and you redefined the word carnage on the tennis court with your play this morning" lauded Frank 'Slats' Slattery. "Frankie, let me paraphrase something for you I wrote on the back of my business card while I had my 5th cup of coffee at the kitchen table to jack myself up for our match. "The tennis world will little note, nor long remember what I say in my blog, but I will never let you, nor Max 'Tutor' Tuchman and Jose 'Spin Master' Guzman ever forget what we (and I really mean 'I') did here this morning. We were engaged in a great tennis match, testing whether KINSLEY players who are so dedicated, can long endure against a distinguished team from the prestigious LANDING condo in Dobbs Ferry. We met on the the great battlefield of the Yonkers Tennis Center. "Oh, stop with the self-serving speeches' interjected the 'Tutor,' who had mercifully ended their agony at (6-6 partial) in the third set with "I gotta get to New Jersey using the cheaper EZ Pass rate on the GWB." "Spin Master' quipped, "Max, that reminds me. You were passed so many times by TennisTitan during our (6-2, 6-1) shellacking that your racket began to look like mud flaps from my position on the baseline. "Jose, reminded Max, 'four double faults and seven unforced errors ago, you thought we'd roll through these guys. Let us resolve that our ass kicking was not in vain. My tennis game is of the people, by the people, and for the people of the Landing and as long as I continue to make the schedule, it shall not perish from the earth. Jose rejoined, "I should'a stuck to baseball." (Follow the underlined link)








2 comments:

Russ Briscoe said...

great entry!

Russ Briscoe said...

great entry!