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March 12, 2012, 01:04:18 AM
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Just like Totally Off-Topic! (TOT!), but with a twist (of lemon). To play (only on your free time), simply find something in the last post that tickles your fancy (BTW, where is the fancy located on a person?), then pen a post on it. It's best played when your newly created post has no semblance to the overall post you're commenting on. Incorporate as many or as little keywords in you post as you like, thus making it easy or difficult for the next poster to feed off.

I'll start by quoting my friend Mattew, a post glean from none other than TOT! 1.0.

Also, this:



mmm, crowd diving.  Wonder what the rock concert was.  (must be scary in the mosh pit)

That was a belly flop contest and his name is Mike Parteleno. That picture was taken in 1958 in Struthers, OH.

He was 6 ft and claimed a maximum of 1022lbs while he was a spokesman for Dick Gregory's Bahamian Diet.

Andrew John Kosco was born in Struthers, OH, and is the only player to ever pinch hit for Mickey Mantle while with the New York Yankees.


If at all possible, supply an image with your post.

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Perhaps I made the game too difficult to play. I'll provide another example.



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Andrew John Kosco was born in Struthers, OH, and is the only player to ever pinch hit for Mickey Mantle while with the New York Yankees.

Scientists generated computer models of how the complicated structure of the Earth's mantle layer under the western United States evolved over the past 40 million years.


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(Well played, Holiday!)

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The Rocky Mountains, so dangerous you may have to eat your traveling companions. Photo is view from Donner Pass.

Donner Lake holds a good population of rainbow and brown trout as well as Kokanee salmon.


Did she tag this Kokanne salmon--her FirstFish--with a FirstBit address?

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That guy looks like Floyd from Dumb & Dumber.

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World record brown trout caught in Salmon-A-Rama out of Racine, WI, Friday.

Racine, WI, has six sister cities, one of which is Aalborg, Denmark.


The annual Aalborg Carnival is the largest of it's kind in northern Europe.

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Racine, WI, has six sister cities, one of which is Aalborg, Denmark.

The Little Mermaid is a statue of a mermaid in Langelinie, Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark.


Commissioned in 1909 by Carl Jacobsen

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The Little Mermaid is a statue of a mermaid in Langelinie, Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE 30th Anniversary, 2012 MERMAID PARADE AT CONEY ISLAND!


A Mermare.

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CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE 30th Anniversary, 2012 MERMAID PARADE AT CONEY ISLAND!

Coney dogs, supposedly created by George Todoroff, are popular in the Midwest, Upstate New York, and (oddly) Quebec.


Voila! A super delicious Coney Dog.

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