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7 hours ago, Flugel said:

GREAT post Zombo!  Like they say, "Tough times don't last - tough people do.." 

Remember how terrified and paranoid Stan always got about Lou Merletti?    We had a lot of funny smart assses on the board back when Bottlegate went down.  One of them superimposed a picture of Stan in the windup with a Budweiser bottle from the stands. 

I'm always reluctant to tell our road trip stories from the past because they'll all look like I'm adding Hollywood to them.  I guess I'll share a few.  Anyway, Stan instigated that entire van door flying off the hinges incident.  Here's the scene and unseen, if you will.  A taxi mini van has a 6'4" 330 lb GumboDog (Carl) in the back seat with me, Stan and one of Stan's local buddies all glommed in.  Zombo is seated in the front passenger seat with the only passenger door that opened out in lieu of sliding open. Anyway, we were out partying in the Flats.  Stan nudges me and whispers "Come on Flugel you gotta get Zombo ALL GOING."  Right on cue (coincidentally), there was a bus full of females from either a Bachelorette Party or a Sorority Girls Gone Wild excursion coming up from behind us on the lane to our right (closest to the curb).   Consequently, I reached forward placing my hands on Zombo's shoulders and said "ZOMBO, THERE'S A BUS FULL OF HOTTIES COMING UP ON OUR RIGHT. THEY'RE ALL LOOKING FOR A REAL MAN!"  Before that second sentence was finished, Zombo opened the door and the fast traveling bus to our right ripped it right off the hinges.  The best news is Zombo didn't try to get out of the van too quickly...   The driver of the vehicle that hit us got out and all I could say was "OMG we're getting yelled at by the Heat Miser from the Year Without a Santa Claus."  Not the brightest thing to do because now we had a van full of people laughing which only got the Heat Miser more heated.  I can't remember if that ended up with Zombo getting a ticket or not.  What I do remember is Zombo didn't like the cop's attitude...

The next morning we're tailgating and Zombo yells over to Stan - "Skippy, that's great!  No porta-potties. I gotta power squirt and there's a huge line at Panini's."  Stan replied, "REAL MEN, don't wait in line.  That's what alleys are for Zippy!"  As fate would have it, Zombo took Stan's advice and Cleveland Five-O was right there to give him a ticket.   Zombo concluded it all by showing Stan his ticket saying something like "I GOT YOUR REAL MEN DON'T WAIT IN LINES RIGHT HERE SKIPPY."

Then there's the bloody towel turban story from another year where all Zombo was missing in the Flats was the flip flops and camel.  Stan had this friend FatJeff (I was glad to see posting in this thread) that partied with us in the Hyatt.  He was built like the Tazmanian Devil and equipped with a low center of gravity. Anyway, as we were drinking - Stan broke out his football testosterone stories. FatJeff was his childhood hero that nobody could tackle and/or wanted to be tackled by.  All of a sudden, a previously quiet Zombo interrupted him with  "BULLSHITT!  He's built like a beach ball.  He couldn't even tackle my asss!"    So, now there's a challenge and bet in place between Stan and Zombo about who's buying drinks that night.  The challenge is Zombo wearing his traction-free docksiders has to make it past the end of the bed closest to the air conditioner for a TD.  As fate would have it, the 5'10" 180 lb Zombo had a great running start and made a valiant effort dipping a shoulder and flipping a forearm into a well grounded 5'7" 230 lb FatJeff. Zombo went airborne like Mary Lou Retton and his head hit the corner of the table between the 2 double beds shy of the goal line.  With an ear-to-ear grin that said "told you so" better than words, Stan said "Come here Dumbass!  Then he gave Zombo some beer cooler first aid.  1 cold beer for the buzz and 1 to put on the wound.  As the day went into the evening, the wound continued to bleed a little on and off. Zombo ended up wearing a white Hyatt towel over his head like a Turban to the Flats that night, which didn't take very long to show some blood staining through.    I think we were calling him something like Ali Haji Zombo.  He looked like a real sick bastard and we had a blast playing it up that night in the bars. In response to one cute little concerned and inquisitive mind, I pulled a Disney spin right out of my asss:   "Yeah, we don't quite have him fluent yet but he loves words like HOT, FREE, WIN and COLD (especially when he's drinking).  Unfortunately, someone taught him to say GAY every time he sees an umbrella in a drink. Today he tried out for the All Madden Team and came up just a yard or 2 short.  We're trying to get his mind off that tonight..."

LMAO. 

Hilarious,  and all true ... Except I'm 5'11.

Z

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On 11/15/2018 at 8:30 PM, Zombo said:

Different girl. I think that girl went to Brady Quinn Homo Fan club.

Z

Judy.

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With all the love shown this man as a Browns fan and a human being,  I'm sad that I never met him.   

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19 hours ago, Zombo said:

LMAO. 

Hilarious,  and all true ... Except I'm 5'11.

Z

And after you hit the table, the bump on your head had you over 6'...

The Tampa get together was something you'd see National Lampoon writing and directing. 

Stan came in Friday - did some family business.  Then I took him out to Joe's Crab Shack for food and drinks.   This way I could post later that night Skippy got crabs.  We had a lot of fun.  He had some real nervous energy about meeting Zombo for the first time the next day. He said what do you think he's like?  I said "You know he's fun the way he busts balls on the board.  He's Irish, which not only means he swings first and asks questions later but it also means he can drink.  Above all, he's told us he's the only 1 in his family (that resided in Erie, PA) that isn't a Steeler fan.  That's the kind of guy you want to go to an away game with."  

I brought my friend Karl from work, who could never spell his first name right but he had ideal seats/season tickets to Bucs games.  I show up to his house and the first thing out of his mouth is "Dude, I'm baked!"  I said, "Thank God you told me I just thought you poked both of your eyes and liked that Woodstock Air Freshener. Let's go drink some beer Karl." Then it was off to the Hotel Tailgate.

So, we get to the Hotel the afternoon about 12 hours before  it ended up looking like it got hit by a Hurricane. There's Stan with a beer in his hand and Zombo also arrived right around the same time.  We didn't even get through the intros before Zombo renamed Karl - "Booger".  For a first official get together - it felt like we had known each other for years.  A couple others from the board showed up (a husband and wife who's names I have forgotten) and VetteDawg from a taxicab that looked more like a go-cart.  Vette was sporting a Jim Brown jersey and the first thing out of his mouth was "Can you hear the barking?"  Poor Booger was hearing a lot more than barking because he looked like he smoked half an acre of something and his house smelled like it as I said. Vette was a blast.   He said "Not to put you on the spot Flugs but did you guys know I'm black?"  I said, "No, and Booger still doesn't know it..."

We drank, laughed and told stories (little did we know these were bedtime stories for Booger).  When Zombo learned about Stan being a badass DB was just Sandlot football - "YOU F---ER! YOU MADE IT SOUND LIKE YOU WERE A HANFORD DIXON WITH A BULLY'S AGENDA FOR A HIGH SCHOOL POWERHOUSE!" Anyway, we end up playing some Texas Hold Em unless we were playing something else and I was too drunk to understand why my money kept ending up with Skippy (Stan).  Well, I decide we better order some pizza while I still have some money left.  Next thing I know, this Mexican Pizza Delivery boy shows up with our pizza and he's sitting down at our card table right next to Stan.  He didn't know a lot of English but he did take notice Booger was in a deeper sleep than Rip Van Winkle. Anyway, I dropped something that went under the table and the pizza boy was trying to rub Skippy's upper inner thigh while asking "Smokey-smokey?" I hit the deck LMFAO!    Stan, came out of his chair like a Jack in the box with "WTF!  YOU BETTER GET BACK TO WORK KID!  THE ONLY GUY HERE WITH SMOKEY-SMOKEY ISN'T CONSCIOUS RIGHT NOW."  The best part of all that for me was Zombo was there with a front row seat.  The worst part of all that for Stan was Zombo was there with a front row seat.  This is what all that pizza delivery boy ball busting stuff was about...  And the steady reminders of it all could have been the karma/why that Male Cheerleader (Topjock) from the University of Kentucky hung around so long hoping for opposites to attract with Stan. That's why Stan started checking IDs at the door for what he called "Camp Couch Homos" and Kentucky students and alums.  

That night we all went off to the pre-season game for some football in between the thunder and lightning.  I guess you could say we all got frathoused before the Browns got rathoused. 

Now that you know happened in the game I guess I'll share our post game summary.   During the 1st quarter Vette stood up and asked the crowd if they could hear the barking; and he got beer thrown all over him and that gorgeous #32 jersey by the Tampa fans surrounding him.  Evidently, Security came and he had them at his very first F-Bomb; so they gave him quite the escort out of the stadium as other F-Bombs followed. Anyway, poor Vette looked and smelled like a Colt 45 Commercial gone wrong so this knucklehead that shouldn't have been driving - drove him home.  As legend would have it - I never did see his Vette. In fairness, he did tell us it was in the shop.

When I got back to the Hotel - Stan was laughing so hard he had tears in his eyes as he informed me Hotel Security was trying to catch Zombo on an old golf cart that was in the process of running out gas.  He said "It's a damn good thing they were too old to catch him or see him on foot so they just gave up."  The hotel pool looked like it was attacked by a hurricane or a tornado; while we learned balcony and poolside furniture does not float.  After LMAO and drinking some caffeine I was ready to take Booger back to his house and get myself on home. On the way home, the only things I remembered Booger saying of any significance all night was "He sure made that sound like he was just an innocent bystander - didn't he?"   I laughed up a - "He did indeed!"  Then he finished with "Flugs, you got some very sick friends - hope we can do this again!"

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Just saw this. R.I.P. Stan and prayers for the family.

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I am headed to my second home, Las Vegas on December 3d. I have a lot of great things planned but am going to take some time and visit the haunts that I know Stan liked. and some places we shared drinks and laughs.

I was just informed Friday by our Caesars casino host that Caesars Entertainment will have a luxury box and we will be invited to watch football, and most likely, opening day at the stadium. How nice it would have been to get my buddy in with us. I drove Stan crazy trying to run down a friend of mine who performs as Pee Wee Herman on the Strip, now Freemont Street. Stan ran him down and sent me a video, then told me to STFU about PeeWee. I think Drew (his real name) and I will have a toast to Stan.

Again, Stan and Kathy were at Paris for two days that Cathy and I were at Caesars. I missed seeing them, and could never have fathomed that I would never see him again. Man, the Ghoolie stuff we had planned to piss you guys off. Stan and Ghoolie in Raiders garb......

Stan loved Vegas, I love Vegas. I am going to have to come up with something to have Stan forever noted on the strip. I have no idea what it will be, but it will be something to make him proud. I think I need to send Lew Merlettis a case of Miller Light bottles and tell him to shove them up his asss. That would be a good start.

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On 11/18/2018 at 11:43 AM, Flugel said:

And after you hit the table, the bump on your head had you over 6'...

The Tampa get together was something you'd see National Lampoon writing and directing. 

Stan came in Friday - did some family business.  Then I took him out to Joe's Crab Shack for food and drinks.   This way I could post later that night Skippy got crabs.  We had a lot of fun.  He had some real nervous energy about meeting Zombo for the first time the next day. He said what do you think he's like?  I said "You know he's fun the way he busts balls on the board.  He's Irish, which not only means he swings first and asks questions later but it also means he can drink.  Above all, he's told us he's the only 1 in his family (that resided in Erie, PA) that isn't a Steeler fan.  That's the kind of guy you want to go to an away game with."  

I brought my friend Karl from work, who could never spell his first name right but he had ideal seats/season tickets to Bucs games.  I show up to his house and the first thing out of his mouth is "Dude, I'm baked!"  I said, "Thank God you told me I just thought you poked both of your eyes and liked that Woodstock Air Freshener. Let's go drink some beer Karl." Then it was off to the Hotel Tailgate.

So, we get to the Hotel the afternoon about 12 hours before  it ended up looking like it got hit by a Hurricane. There's Stan with a beer in his hand and Zombo also arrived right around the same time.  We didn't even get through the intros before Zombo renamed Karl - "Booger".  For a first official get together - it felt like we had known each other for years.  A couple others from the board showed up (a husband and wife who's names I have forgotten) and VetteDawg from a taxicab that looked more like a go-cart.  Vette was sporting a Jim Brown jersey and the first thing out of his mouth was "Can you hear the barking?"  Poor Booger was hearing a lot more than barking because he looked like he smoked half an acre of something and his house smelled like it as I said. Vette was a blast.   He said "Not to put you on the spot Flugs but did you guys know I'm black?"  I said, "No, and Booger still doesn't know it..."

We drank, laughed and told stories (little did we know these were bedtime stories for Booger).  When Zombo learned about Stan being a badass DB was just Sandlot football - "YOU F---ER! YOU MADE IT SOUND LIKE YOU WERE A HANFORD DIXON WITH A BULLY'S AGENDA FOR A HIGH SCHOOL POWERHOUSE!" Anyway, we end up playing some Texas Hold Em unless we were playing something else and I was too drunk to understand why my money kept ending up with Skippy (Stan).  Well, I decide we better order some pizza while I still have some money left.  Next thing I know, this Mexican Pizza Delivery boy shows up with our pizza and he's sitting down at our card table right next to Stan.  He didn't know a lot of English but he did take notice Booger was in a deeper sleep than Rip Van Winkle. Anyway, I dropped something that went under the table and the pizza boy was trying to rub Skippy's upper inner thigh while asking "Smokey-smokey?" I hit the deck LMFAO!    Stan, came out of his chair like a Jack in the box with "WTF!  YOU BETTER GET BACK TO WORK KID!  THE ONLY GUY HERE WITH SMOKEY-SMOKEY ISN'T CONSCIOUS RIGHT NOW."  The best part of all that for me was Zombo was there with a front row seat.  The worst part of all that for Stan was Zombo was there with a front row seat.  This is what all that pizza delivery boy ball busting stuff was about...  And the steady reminders of it all could have been the karma/why that Male Cheerleader (Topjock) from the University of Kentucky hung around so long hoping for opposites to attract with Stan. That's why Stan started checking IDs at the door for what he called "Camp Couch Homos" and Kentucky students and alums.  

That night we all went off to the pre-season game for some football in between the thunder and lightning.  I guess you could say we all got frathoused before the Browns got rathoused. 

Now that you know happened in the game I guess I'll share our post game summary.   During the 1st quarter Vette stood up and asked the crowd if they could hear the barking; and he got beer thrown all over him and that gorgeous #32 jersey by the Tampa fans surrounding him.  Evidently, Security came and he had them at his very first F-Bomb; so they gave him quite the escort out of the stadium as other F-Bombs followed. Anyway, poor Vette looked and smelled like a Colt 45 Commercial gone wrong so this knucklehead that shouldn't have been driving - drove him home.  As legend would have it - I never did see his Vette. In fairness, he did tell us it was in the shop.

When I got back to the Hotel - Stan was laughing so hard he had tears in his eyes as he informed me Hotel Security was trying to catch Zombo on an old golf cart that was in the process of running out gas.  He said "It's a damn good thing they were too old to catch him or see him on foot so they just gave up."  The hotel pool looked like it was attacked by a hurricane or a tornado; while we learned balcony and poolside furniture does not float.  After LMAO and drinking some caffeine I was ready to take Booger back to his house and get myself on home. On the way home, the only things I remembered Booger saying of any significance all night was "He sure made that sound like he was just an innocent bystander - didn't he?"   I laughed up a - "He did indeed!"  Then he finished with "Flugs, you got some very sick friends - hope we can do this again!"

Flugs, I hope you stayed in touch with Booger, I'm sure he is still baked, I don't remember him saying a word all night.

There is more to the story though ... After you left, Skippy and I call the Pizza Boy back to bring us beer ... and he did! Thanks to his mancrush on Stan. But then he wouldn't leave. Finally I got up and said "well, I've got to go to my room and go to bed" and the look on Skippy's face was priceless, fear and anger and future retribution all in one look ... I'm sure it took him 2 seconds to toss the Pizza Boy out of his room but I always gave him him shit that "Last thing I know, Stan and the Pizza Boy were alone in the room ..."

Skippy has a brother that lives here in Naples, and Skippy actually came down to Naples with me after the game and we did some partying at the local bars and visited with his brother's family ... Good Times!

Zombo

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9 hours ago, Ghoolie said:

I am headed to my second home, Las Vegas on December 3d. I have a lot of great things planned but am going to take some time and visit the haunts that I know Stan liked. and some places we shared drinks and laughs.

I was just informed Friday by our Caesars casino host that Caesars Entertainment will have a luxury box and we will be invited to watch football, and most likely, opening day at the stadium. How nice it would have been to get my buddy in with us. I drove Stan crazy trying to run down a friend of mine who performs as Pee Wee Herman on the Strip, now Freemont Street. Stan ran him down and sent me a video, then told me to STFU about PeeWee. I think Drew (his real name) and I will have a toast to Stan.

Again, Stan and Kathy were at Paris for two days that Cathy and I were at Caesars. I missed seeing them, and could never have fathomed that I would never see him again. Man, the Ghoolie stuff we had planned to piss you guys off. Stan and Ghoolie in Raiders garb......

Stan loved Vegas, I love Vegas. I am going to have to come up with something to have Stan forever noted on the strip. I have no idea what it will be, but it will be something to make him proud. I think I need to send Lew Merlettis a case of Miller Light bottles and tell him to shove them up his asss. That would be a good start.

Just curious, why haven't you moved there yet?  You have been talking about doing so for like 5 years now.

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8 hours ago, The Gipper said:

Just curious, why haven't you moved there yet?  You have been talking about doing so for like 5 years now.

My wife is a principal and a successful and substantial Wealth Management Firm, and their CCO. I have just today accepted Venture capital for a start up based around a thunderously impactful  new water purification invention,we just this week recieved patents and PCT approval for immediate patents across the globe.If I had a regular.job the move would have already taken place.

In the coming months qe will biild a pilot/applications testing plant, and a full-scale manufacturing plant.

Once that stuff is underway....poof.....I am gone.

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On 11/20/2018 at 8:54 AM, Zombo said:

Flugs, I hope you stayed in touch with Booger, I'm sure he is still baked, I don't remember him saying a word all night.

There is more to the story though ... After you left, Skippy and I call the Pizza Boy back to bring us beer ... and he did! Thanks to his mancrush on Stan. But then he wouldn't leave. Finally I got up and said "well, I've got to go to my room and go to bed" and the look on Skippy's face was priceless, fear and anger and future retribution all in one look ... I'm sure it took him 2 seconds to toss the Pizza Boy out of his room but I always gave him him shit that "Last thing I know, Stan and the Pizza Boy were alone in the room ..."

Skippy has a brother that lives here in Naples, and Skippy actually came down to Naples with me after the game and we did some partying at the local bars and visited with his brother's family ... Good Times!

Zombo

Classic stuff!  I can't believe how much of it we remembered 20 years later when you think about it, especially considering how much beer we consumed and how many brain cells we lost doing so...

It's nice to see others on the board getting the chance to meet each other for games/weekends for the opportunity to develop lasting friendships.  IMO, that's biggest hidden value this board offers.  

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Me and Stan at the Paris buffet in Vegas. I think about 2 years ago. I gotta do something to commemorate Stan in Sin City.

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Pretty cool how so many Browns fans found this site that were not part of the 'click" Meaning friends of the people from the AOL days, I found this site and been a member since 2007 the same day we shipped Charlie Frye to Seattle when Stan wrote a really funny post that said he would of loved to been a fly on the wall for that phone call where we were able to get something out of Frye, It was long and really funny and I been a member on here since, Back then my name was Brennan's Bunch, I found this site just playing around on the web and saw this page and wanted to check it out. Crazy how this board brought so many Browns fans together, God Bless Stan and his family and all of you, I don't get the chance to post much on here any more and when I do I pretty much be an asshat and screw around with some of you then stay away for a month or so. Really am sad that I never got to meet the "Man" who started it all. I still laugh at the video somebody posted of Stan when he was at some bar and sports caster went around the bar and was asking fans trivia questions and it really caught Stan off guard, he was like a Deer in the headlights lol.Way too many memories to post that made me lol. RIP Stan

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4 hours ago, medicineman said:

Pretty cool how so many Browns fans found this site that were not part of the 'click" Meaning friends of the people from the AOL days, I found this site and been a member since 2007 the same day we shipped Charlie Frye to Seattle when Stan wrote a really funny post that said he would of loved to been a fly on the wall for that phone call where we were able to get something out of Frye, It was long and really funny and I been a member on here since, Back then my name was Brennan's Bunch, I found this site just playing around on the web and saw this page and wanted to check it out. Crazy how this board brought so many Browns fans together, God Bless Stan and his family and all of you, I don't get the chance to post much on here any more and when I do I pretty much be an asshat and screw around with some of you then stay away for a month or so. Really am sad that I never got to meet the "Man" who started it all. I still laugh at the video somebody posted of Stan when he was at some bar and sports caster went around the bar and was asking fans trivia questions and it really caught Stan off guard, he was like a Deer in the headlights lol.Way too many memories to post that made me lol. RIP Stan

Yes, would love to see that video ... the answer was Clay Matthews!

Z

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On 11/23/2018 at 2:28 AM, Ghoolie said:

Me and Stan at the Paris buffet in Vegas. I think about 2 years ago. I gotta do something to commemorate Stan in Sin City.

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So sad to hear this news!  RIP Stan.  I don't drink much, but I'll have a shot of Rum for you when the Browns play the Texans.  

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On 11/23/2018 at 2:28 AM, Ghoolie said:

Me and Stan at the Paris buffet in Vegas. I think about 2 years ago. I gotta do something to commemorate Stan in Sin City.

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 awesome picture I will help to keep stans spirit alive 

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i apologize for the first part of my post I was not trying to be harmful and am sorry if it offended ghoul or stans family or anyone else here

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7 hours ago, ATOM said:

i apologize for the first part of my post I was not trying to be harmful and am sorry if it offended ghoul or stans family or anyone else here

Apology accepted. Just remember bro, football related insults are all a goof. Nobody should ever be offended by barroom talk as it relates.to our fanship......but when you cross the line onto  commenting personally about any poster, then you soil the board. It demeans us to do that because it shows us to be so over the top about foot all, that we forget about people

For instance..in the case of my fat lard azz...I take no offense. For 40 years of.my life I was a perrenial 30mile a week rinner and at ave 60, in front of a dozen onlookers I benched 405....8.wheels. Hope.to do it at 65, next year.

Now, arthritis in my.knee and some medication for a different conditioned, couple witj my.eating like I was 25 has pumped me up. 

Now, I am not at all sensitove about it.....BUT....what about posters who may be overweight and who ARE sensitive about it? Imagine hpw the more timid might feel.

Just think, bro. Think how vulgar Rickles was on stage, but he was a great, compassionate guy on the real.world. Football isn't the real world.

Me and you are okay. You must be a good man to applogize. GO BROWNS

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On 11/29/2018 at 2:36 AM, medicineman said:

Pretty cool how so many Browns fans found this site that were not part of the 'click" Meaning friends of the people from the AOL days, I found this site and been a member since 2007 the same day we shipped Charlie Frye to Seattle when Stan wrote a really funny post that said he would of loved to been a fly on the wall for that phone call where we were able to get something out of Frye, It was long and really funny and I been a member on here since, Back then my name was Brennan's Bunch, I found this site just playing around on the web and saw this page and wanted to check it out. Crazy how this board brought so many Browns fans together, God Bless Stan and his family and all of you, I don't get the chance to post much on here any more and when I do I pretty much be an asshat and screw around with some of you then stay away for a month or so. Really am sad that I never got to meet the "Man" who started it all. I still laugh at the video somebody posted of Stan when he was at some bar and sports caster went around the bar and was asking fans trivia questions and it really caught Stan off guard, he was like a Deer in the headlights lol.Way too many memories to post that made me lol. RIP Stan

So I was texting with Kathy and she asked me to post this again. Stan hated it but like everything else we laughed when we talked about it. 

 

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38 minutes ago, firebiker911 said:

So I was texting with Kathy and she asked me to post this again. Stan hated it but like everything else we laughed when we talked about it. 

 

thats awesome

i was gonna say phil dawson

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On ‎12‎/‎1‎/‎2018 at 4:00 PM, firebiker911 said:

So I was texting with Kathy and she asked me to post this again. Stan hated it but like everything else we laughed when we talked about it. 

 

Thanks for posting that

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I'm just seeing this now. All those close to Stan I'm sorry for your loss, especially so close to two major holidays. The loss of a loved one hits a little harder around the holidays that is for sure. RIP Stan, the Browns should be doing you proud.

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