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Tuesday, September 11, 2007

I own Pat Bradley in limbo

Posted By on Tue, Sep 11, 2007 at 4:38 PM

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Last night, at the Peabody, I beat the reigning SEC record holder in career three-pointers (made and attempted) in a limbo contest for naming rights to one of the few man-tinis in the bunch, "the Dirty Duck,"which, if it's not, should be the bar's flagship martini.

After he lost, Bradley pulled out the typical limbo-loser's excuse: "That kid was double-jointed." Of course, we all know I'm not. He's just been in radio a little too long.

Burn!

Joking!

More limboing and martini cavorting here.

Rock Candy's weekly moment of self-aggrandizement: Go order the Lindsey Millar "Dirty Duck" Martini at the Peabody and report back.

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