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Morgan’s Corner 4-22-09

What a ride! That best describes this years reunion. From the beginning to the end. What more could you ask for? Sunday started out with a wonderful Easter Service by our own Bishop Jason Sanderson. After the service we enjoyed the company of Karl Lauer, Babs and her sister at T.G.I. Fridays for a wonderful […]

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Sharkey’s Schmazz – 4/19/09

Second generation wrestler.  Pacific Northwest Heavyweight Champion.  Hawaiian Heavyweight Champion.  Georgia TV Champion.  Georgia Heavyweight Champion. AWA World Tag Team Champion.  Four-time AWA World Heavyweight Champion.  Cauliflower Alley Club President.  And most recently, recipient of the Iron Mike Mazurki Award.   Distinctions.  Championships.  Honors.  All bestowed on one Nick Bockwinkel.    All of them justifiably earned.  In […]

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Morgans Corner 4-12-09

Well if all goes as planned, This automatically updated while I am in Las Vegas. This fancy website program is killer but Im still learning it!  Our plans are to arrive Sat. night and have the Limo carry us to the Riviera. Once there, the cell phones will be used and we will locate several […]

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Sharkey’s Schmazz – 04-05-09

So many words, so little time.  I agreed to put together one more column for the website before departing for the 2009 CAC reunion.  Now, with just a week away before I get on the plane,  and umpteen things to consider finishing before I do… well, a column was one of those things you think […]

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Under the Shade Tree – 3-29-09

Last edition I stated I was going to have a mystery subject. Well I know muscle heads and they said to themselves I bet she does not know what subject she is going to write about!  WRONG!  One of the definitions of mystery is one whose identity is unknown. Lets think back most of us […]

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Morgan’s corner – 3/22/09

What happen to the old website? The reunion, ramblings… After several months of working on the “new and improved” website we finally launched it this week. Jason Deadrich, Wes Daniel and myself put tireless hours into revamping the Official CAC website. The website is not completely converted over yet. Some pages are still missing and […]

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