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Charlie Cheswick April 18, 2014 at 02:02 pm
AJ, I prefer this one: http://imgur.com/e9DJjCo
Rae Anne Resident April 18, 2014 at 02:04 pm
that pitcher makes no difrence no how. just cause you was abel to locate where the lord like to sitRead More a spell dont make the lord less real to us faithfull beleivers. may you enjoy your days of roasting in a open fire just like a christmas chesternut.
nobody April 18, 2014 at 02:11 pm
Rae Anne... you are hilarious
Jiroemon Kimura, age 114 (in photo) and my grandfather Shigeyuki Umeda, age 94
Joshua Torres April 9, 2014 at 09:40 pm
Mongo, Nothing could be further from the truth...There is some very very wise advise in here...IfRead More you cannot see the wisdom this old man is offering well I just feel sorry for you...Liz has got the right idea...
Mike April 9, 2014 at 10:46 pm
He forgot number 11. Never, ever get married otherwise you will be nagged to death.
Allen April 10, 2014 at 02:40 am
The last article I read was by a 104-yr-old woman who said, "Four shots of whiskey a day. OneRead More in the morning, one at noon, and two before bedtime." Moral: Nobody knows anything about longevity.
Moji Oluwa. Photo courtesy of Patty Oluwa.
® Cody Walker March 28, 2014 at 06:56 pm
Is this the Obama brother hut neighbor?
Connie April 8, 2014 at 02:26 pm
What is so good about this? Waste of space and reading.
Igor April 8, 2014 at 02:35 pm
This guy looks a lot like me. With some minor differences. He's taller than me, more muscles,Read More better clothes, better looking.But on the plus side I have a nice round stomach. Other than he's balck and I'm white we could be identical twins.
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Blazing January 11, 2014 at 10:27 am
What a jerk, just like all the repubs on this site. Never have anything appropriate to say. AlwaysRead More mean, vindictive comments. No wonder your party is waning in politics.
Marynary December 10, 2013 at 10:00 am
Hmmm are you saying affirmative action is profiling? Interesting idea.
WMS826 December 10, 2013 at 12:12 pm
Brick has always turned out some good Troopers and is home to many on the job. Congrats to thisRead More young man and may he be safe and prosper.
CShorShell December 10, 2013 at 01:25 pm
The story was great, recognizing a local Brick Resident for his achievement. But really who caresRead More about the numbers. (And I am not saying that as a dis towards the author. Just an in general comment when everything gets boiled down to "diversity.") Race and ethnicity should have nothing to do with it. The graduating class should be comprised of the best men and women for the job. Period. So if these men and women are the best of the best, kudos to them, and thank you in advance for your service! The fact that the graduates just happen to come from a variety of ethnic backgrounds is gravy.
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Kitchen Craftsman December 8, 2013 at 09:12 pm
Well said Scott there will always be haters great job to the boys and coaching staff in preparingRead More them for this game. I don't have a son that plays on the team but have been watching these kids play since pop Warner proud of these kids ! STATE CHAMPS !!!!
Scott Lloyd December 9, 2013 at 01:58 am
I think this might have something to do with why they mentioned a coach who hasn't coached in theRead More program for five years: Warren Wolf, the Green Dragons’ legendary first head coach from 1958-2008, spoke to Brick’s current players and coaches. There was not a dry eye in the house. “All the coaches were crying,’’ said Brick coach Rob Dahl, who is in his third season as the head coach at his scholastic alma mater and was a player on Brick’s 1989 South Group IV championship game. “Some of the players who had never even met coach Wolf before were crying. It was awesome. I think it set the tone for the whole day. ”Our boys were focused, but when coach Wolf came in to talk to them, everybody became even more focused and more hungry to win. Then, every player went up and shook his hand. It was awesome.’’ The appearance of the 86-years young Wolf, who had 361 of his 364 career wins at Brick, was something that was organized by Dahl, former Brick player and assistant coach Donovan Brown and Brick athletic director Rick Handchen. “It meant the world to us,’’ Dahl said. “He’s the guy that put our coaches here, made them great fathers and great men. He’s responsible for our success.’’ During his coaching career, when Wolf spoke to his team, the words were always simple and powerful. It was always like somebody from above was speaking. “He didn’t say much, but the couple of things he said really touched our hearts,’’ said Brick junior running back/outside linebacker RayFattaruso, whose 2-yard TD run with 2:59 left put Brick ahead to stay at 19-15. “It gave us little bit of momentum coming into the game. Seeing coach Wolf was a great sight. He built the history at Brick.’’ Fattaruso said Wolf’s message was about heart and how Brick has always played with heart. “He said, you have to have heart to win and having heart will make you victorious,’’ Fattaruso said. Wolf’s message even touched those in the Brick locker room who grew up around two of Brick’s biggest rivals – Toms River South and Toms River North. “It was an honor to meet him. I’ve never met him,’’ said Brick junior quarterback Carmen Sclafani, who transferred to Brick from Toms River North over the summer and whose father, Carmen, kicked the game-winning field goal for Toms River South in the 1983 South Group IV championship game. It was breathtaking. He told me good luck and I was honored.’’
joseph December 9, 2013 at 10:25 am
Congratulations to a fine coaching staff and a equally fine group of young men who learned the valueRead More of team work and dedication to a goal which in this case was winning the Central Jersey Group 4 title I think Coach Dahl did a fine job of bringing together a good group of coaches, doing what he did with a group of boys with a goal. I am very proud of this man, who I have known for many years and especially proud of how hard he works with these boys on their school studies, like devoting 1/2 an hour of football practice to go over not football, but school work. Mr. Dahl and fellow coaches I am very proud of this and may God bless all of you and the boys of this team. Continue to strive for excellence on the field and in your daily life