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St. Valentine's Day Massacre

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Posted by:
"One Man Army" Florida

on February 07, 2005 at 08:48:40

Just a note to thank all the great players who came out and made this game a blast.
Henry Fleming, the Irish general
Henry the Italian general
Tony Booth, head of the feds
Stand-up, clean play, fun; they were the order of the day.
Special thanks to all my Gangsters:
Randal Ponder-Valor Award
Mike Wasson-Most Valuable Player
Double Threat-Most Valuable Team
Mike Farrington-Most Valuable Judge
Doug Cash-Sportsmanship Award (Irish Team)

Oh, did I mention that we eked out a victory!

Wayne and Jackie Dollack-you're number 1!

One Man Army
Gangster general
a.k.a. John Dillinger

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