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Super Duper

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  • Birthday 06/14/1985

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  1. "Give us 15 minutes. We have to listen to Bastille in the basement quick." -Nate, for 2 hours
  2. If you consider beating Matt and Nate back-to-back to close out the night as 2v2 champs, then yes, we are the champs. 😎
  3. @vogtcd11, We beat @RetroNathan and @bigmv54 twice! First, you had the big second half comeback, then I dominated the first half on Nate and you closed it out. Our 1v1 game was awesome though, 19-17. This whole weekend was amazing and I can't wait to come back down next year. The Vogts are an amazing family, can throw a party, and the atmosphere of Friday and Saturday night's were amazing. Highlights: • Meeting all the new guys, and re-introducing ourselves to the ones we see in passing at Madison or others. Like Diaz, who reminisced about being passed out in the corner of the bar at Madison. • My opening game win, which came via a 75 yard Hail Mary JJ to Duper, then out-tapping Derek Thomas at the 3 yard line to score. • Scoring three runs in the bottom of the 9th to beat @ImFlo in the RBI tourney - including the walk-off bomb by DARRYL! • Winning the Corona bar sign • Meeting David Fulcher, who is as nice of a guy as they come • Swimming in @vogtcd11's pool in my boxers in the dark • Staying at the Winton Woods campground in a rustic cabin with @joeygats, @hankthetank and @RetroNathan. It was a helluva lot cheaper than a hotel, and if we would have had the time, I think there could have been some awesome retro gaming going on inside. I don't know if I can ever come down to Cincy again and NOT stay at the campground. Almost an ideal location. Lowlights: • Construction in Indiana. From the west border to Indianapolis it was just barrels and barrels and no workers during the early afternoon on Friday. Then traffic came to a halt just 60 minutes from Cincy. That was it for the lowlights. Thanks again to the Vogts, their families, Fulcher, the Bartenders & Rick's Tavern and everyone who came out. It was a great weekend getaway and maybe next year's we'll pepper in a 2v2 mini-tourney.
  4. I ended up booking the cabin - it has four beds. Tundra Nate said he was a maybe, because he has to decide if he's going to make the trip. There's room if you and Gats want in.
  5. I was looking up hotel pricing today and then decided to look into alternate options. I found out that the campsite 15 minutes away has a four-bed cabin with electricity at half the price of any hotel. Would anyone be interested in bunking up? Maybe a mini Friday-night tourney after the bar closes? Maybe a Burning Vogt competition?
  6. And here I thought that me coming was the hype the Vogts were desiring....
  7. Better you didn't hear what he said when he left the table then.
  8. I'm a little late to the Thank You Party, but here goes: Dave, Casey, The Crew, The Ladies ... You were all fantastic in keeping this thing alive and prosperous. I won't knock the bar right now, we all know it had flaws (basically space), but they were still accommodating and if it wasn't for the pitchers of water and instant-pizza, I probably would have to have been put on an IV in a local hospital by late afternoon. I was going to make this my last competitive tournament. I know I'm not a great player, merely average-to-competitive (at best) based on matchups. But then I had to go and start 2-0, just one win from advancing out of group play for my first time in four Madison's, and lose to Noonan twice in a row. So... Now I think I'll play another year. Without going into detail on any of my matchups, I'll just list off some of my personal favorite memories from the weekend: -Performing life-saving surgery on a TV Friday afternoon on the patio - successfully, I might add -Whatever the hell happened in my NHL elimination game, because it went to OT and I was very loud (so, sorry about that) -Play-by-play/Color commentary with Beef Juice of the dude playing Contra on Friday -Segathon's face while trying to shift through 8 sheets of brackets for two tournaments Friday night -"Mark Duper! Party" - The People's Champ at morning brunch -Watching Moskwa dump about 5 shots of Fireball into his one cup of hazelnut coffee before venturing to High Noon on foot -That feeling of winning (and soundly) my first game in Madison in over two years -God damn Jets-NO, and having my entire starting lineup on "bad" after the first quarter. Thanks, Noonan -Pizza On Demand -The skinny brunette bartender's smile -(at The Plaza) "I'll take a pitcher of Pabst." "How many glasses?" "Uh.... One?" -Cardboard Kevin Mack hanging out at The Plaza -"61" It was a fabulous weekend. As always, it was great to see everyone again. Tecmo weekend is my favorite weekend and I look forward to it every year.
  9. I am still cracking up about when my brother called out to you at the hotel and and the snorting cocaine sign to you.  Hope you had a good tourney.



  10. Super Duper

    Tecmobowl.org TecmoMadison Roll Call

    That's Brudogg in the Niners gear. #M.I.A.Waggs is in the Largent jersey, I'm wearing the Duper jersey, Chet sitting behind me. Something tells me I'm the worst Tecmo player in this photo.
  11. Super Duper

    Tecmobowl.org TecmoMadison Roll Call

    Adam K (Super Duper). I'll be the one in the Duper jersey. (unless, there is a second Duper jersey floating around out there. )
  12. My first Tecmo (four years ago now), I took a binder with attributes for every team, and keep doing it. Soooooo many people know more than me, so a quick reference before I start a game on which defenders I should use or which OL are weak was (at least minimal) some help. I'll probably bring it again this year just because. I don't keep it away from others tough. If someone wants to peruse it (even my opponent), I'm fine with it. Which reminds me, hey, group as a whole, should I bring a couple of buckets of large pretzel sticks again?