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Bob L Petersen

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John Conway My game of life has had acts from actors Bob L. Petersen
Posted: Jun 12, 2012 11:07 AM
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John Conway My game of life has had acts from actors.

Just Huts. How can we get owed!!!!!!!

There would be no more guy tapping his leg before every play.

It has been an odd life with the game that was going on. I was a tackle in Class C football. I weighted 147 lb. normal weight was about 175 plus. I managed to plug my hole all of the last game. On one play I saw a sweep coming. Of course I could there were three guys coming out. One would probably try to take me out of the play. I told the end to move forward pointing to where and then dived knee high in front of the the three. The end just laughed me. He was the just training asistant the other 3 years. He weighted 150 and was overweight at that weight. Who was holding this all together. Their running back weighted 225 but was overweight. On that play he ran all the way to the far side out of bounds. On the last play I played I ended up in the Moon Pie position after getting kneed in the head going for the tackle. I was there trying to see out throught the ear hole in the helmet. I touched the helmet and it popped back. I later reported to the coach the guy they took to the hospital. I quit.


There would be no more guy tapping his leg before every play.


There would be no more guy tapping his leg before every play. I Moon Pied someone with punch to his helmet coming off the line. He had kept banging his head into my plastic protector I'd bought. The third time the impact lifted my feet off the ground.

I side stepped a tackle and throw a forearm his way to hold there. I gave end that same forearm in the side. I popped the blocking with on hand to the shoulder and on to the hip. He rolled further then I thought he would. Across him was the running back just taking the pitchout. I decided I'd fly over hit him before he could know what hit him. I was heading toward the ground and got no credit for any tackles. It was so fast on the one thousand one.

There attempt to get even left me just there for the next series.

Bob L. Petersen

I now know of no group outside of where I am now wasn't lied to. Who was doing what.



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