Jack Morris, Chris Osgood, Cecil Fielder Confirmed For SportsFest 2012 Among Others

2012 logo 97.1 The Ticket SportsFest 2012

Saturday, February 18, 2012
10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Suburban Collection Showplace
Exhibit Hall A


This exciting event includes autograph sessions with current and former athletes.  Show admission is FREE!  New this year…there is a one time $10 donation fee for athlete* autographs.  100% of the monies received will benefit the 97.1 The Ticket/Beaumont Student Heart Check Program.  Attendees who make their one time $10 donation will receive a numbered wristband.  Due to the high demand of autographs, a wristband lottery system will be used for select autographs. 

Click here for the Autograph Schedule*

Jack Morris

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Morris played played in 18 big league seasons between 1977 and 1994, mainly for the Detroit Tigers, and won 254 games throughout his career. Armed with a fastball, slider, devastating splitter and a fierce competitive spirit, Morris was a five-time All-Star (1981, 1984, 1985, 1987, and 1991), and played on three World Championship teams (1984 Tigers, 1991 Twins, and 1992 Blue Jays). While he gave up the most hits, earned runs and home runs of any pitcher in the 1980s, he also started the most games, pitched the most innings and was the winningest pitcher of the decade.

Billy Sims

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Sims was the first overall pick in the 1980 NFL Draft. He spent his only five years in the NFL with the Detroit Lions, making the Pro Bowl in 1980, 1981, and 1982. Sims led Detroit to the playoffs in 1982 and 1983, but they would go on to lose in the first round in both appearances. The 1983 Wild Card Game was perhaps most disappointing. At Candlestick Park against the San Francisco 49ers, Sims ran for 114 yards on 20 carries, but Joe Montana would go on to lead the 49ers to a comeback victory, as Detroit kicker Eddie Murray missed a field goal in the waning moments.

Sims career would ultimately end midway through the 1984 season when he suffered a catastrophic knee injury in a game against the Minnesota Vikings. Sims finished his short professional career with 1131 carries for 5106 yards (4.5 yards per carry), and 186 receptions for 2072 yards (11.1 yards per catch). Sims remains a beloved former sports figure in Detroit. His number “20” would go on to be worn five years after his retirement by Barry Sanders, and is currently retired as an unofficial “Triumvirate” of the greatest Lions in the modern era to ever wear the number, which also includes Hall of Fame defensive back Lem Barney.

Chris Osgood

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(Photo by Claus Anderzen/Getty Images)

Osgood currently ranked tenth in wins in NHL regular season history with 401 career wins. He spent the first part of his 17-year NHL career with the Detroit Red Wings, then the New York Islanders and the St. Louis Blues before returning to Detroit in 2005. He won three Stanley Cup championships in his career, all with the Red Wings, with two of them coming while he was starting goaltender. He was known in Detroit by his nicknames “Ozzie,” chanted by the crowd after a big save, and “The Wizard of Oz.”

He was the last NHL goalie to wear a traditional player’s helmet/cage combo instead of the newer one piece goalie mask and probably will stay the last because he was grandfathered by the NHL.  He is also one of only nine goaltenders in NHL history to have scored a goal, and one of only five to have scored by shooting the puck directly into the opponent’s net (not an “own goal”), on March 6, 1996 vs. the Hartford Whalers.

Ted Lindsay

Lindsey is a former professional ice hockey player, a forward for the Detroit Red Wings and Chicago Black Hawks of the National Hockey League. He scored over 800 points in his Hockey Hall of Fame career, won the Art Ross Trophy in 1950, and won the Stanley Cup four times. Often referred to as “Terrible Ted”, Lindsay helped to organize the National Hockey League Players’ Association  in the late 1950s, an action which led to his trade to Chicago.

Dino Ciccarelli

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Credit: Jamie Squire/Allsport

Ciccarelli is a Canadian former professional hockey player who played 19 seasons in the National Hockey League,  with the Minnesota North Stars, Detroit Red Wings . He scored 1,200 points in his NHL career. His 608 career NHL goals are also the most goals scored by a draft-eligible player who was not drafted by an NHL team.[1] Ciccarelli was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2010.

Cliff Avril

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(Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Drafted by the Detroit Lions in the third round (92nd overall) in the 2008 NFL Draft. Now in his fourth NFL season, Avril has proven effective as a pass rusher and has a knack for forcing fumbles while taking down opponent’s quarterbacks. Has played 56 career games (43 starts) and amassed 130 tackles (95 solo), 30.0 sacks (220.5 yards), 12 pass defenses, 14 forced fumbles, 5 fumble recoveries (1 returned for a touchdown), and 1 interception (returned for a touchdown). Named NFC Defensive Player of the Week for Week 8 (2011), first of career, following his performance against the Denver Broncos that included 2 sacks, 2 forced fumbles and a fumble return for touchdown. In 2010, registered career single-season high 8.5 sacks, despite missing three games due to injury. It didn’t take long for Avril to prove himself as a pro during his rookie season as he quickly emerged as a regular contributor in the defensive end rotation. Among all rookie pass rushers in 2008, he finished tied for first with 5.0 sacks and was first with four forced fumbles. Avril ended his first season with 22 tackles, having played 15 games, including the final four as a starter.

Cecil Fielder

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Getty Images: Jonathan Daniel/Stringer

Fielder is a former professional baseball player who was a noted power hitter in the 1980s and 1990s. He attended college at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). He played with the Toronto Blue Jays (1985–88), Detroit Tigers (1990–96), New York Yankees (1996–97), Anaheim Angels and Cleveland Indians (both in 1998). In 1990, he became the first player to reach the 50-home run mark since George Foster hit 52 for the Cincinnati Reds in 1977. He is the father of Detroit Tigers first baseman/designated hitter Prince Fielder, who in 2007 reached the 50-home run mark as his father had done.

Louis Delmas

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TAMPA, FL – DECEMBER 19: Safety Louis Delmas #26 of the Detroit Lions warms up prior to the start of the game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium on December 19, 2010 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by J. Meric/Getty Images)

Delmas was signed by the Lions to a four-year contract. Delmas returned a 65-yard fumble for a touchdown in Week 1 of the 2009 season against the New Orleans Saints. Delmas won September’s rookie defensive player of the month award. On December 20, 2009, Delmas became the first rookie in NFL history to record an interception return for a touchdown, a fumble return for a touchdown and a safety in the same season. He is only the second player in NFL history to accomplish the feats in the same season. Delmas was named a Pro Bowl alternate for the NFC after the 2010 NFL Season. Delmas was named a Pro Bowl alternate for the NFC after the 2011 NFL season, despite missing 5 games to injuries.

Lem Barney

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DETROIT – JANUARY 4: Lem Barney, former Detroit Lions hall of fame player, speaks as a witness at a U.S. House Judiciary field hearing January 4, 2010 in Detroit, Michigan. The hearing was designed to consider recent steps taken at the professional, college, and high school levels to deal with football brain injuries. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

Second-round draft pick, 1967. NFL interception co-leader, defensive Rookie of Year, 1967 . Fifth cornerback to enter Hall. Returned kicks, emergency punter. Career record: 1,077 yards on 56 interceptions, 1,312 yards on punt returns, 1,274 yards on kickoff returns. Scored 11 career touchdowns. In seven Pro Bowls, All-NFL/NFC four times. Born September 8, 1945, in Gulfport, Mississippi.

Darren Helm

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Darren Helm #43 of the Detroit Red Wings (Getty Images)

2009-10: Appeared in a career high 75 games for Detroit…Registered career highs with 11 goals, 13 assists, 24 points and 18 PIM…Led Detroit with three shorthanded goals…Notched two shorthanded goals on 12/31 vs. Colorado, his first career multi-goal game…Led all Detroit forward with 187 hits…Scored his first career regular season goal on 10/29 at Edmonton…Three of his 11 goals were game-winning goals…Won 51.1% of his face-offs taken during the regular-season…Averaged 14:29 of ice time during the regular season…Appeared in all 12 postseason games for Detroit…Registered his only point of the postseason when he scored in Round 1, Game 6 vs. Phoenix…Averaged 13:56 of ice time during the postseason.

Austin Daye

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(Photo by J. Dennis/Einstein/NBAE via Getty Images)

2010-11: Appeared in career-high 72 games (16 starts) averaging career-high numbers in points [7.5 (.410 FG, .401 3FG, .759 FT)], rebounds (3.8), assists (1.1) and minutes (20.1)…In 16 games as a starter, averaged 11.4 points, 4.4 rebounds and 0.9 assists in 25.8 minutes per game…Averaged 6.3 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.1 assists in 56 games as a reserve…Among NBA league leaders, ranked T-29 in three-point field goal percentage [.401 (69-172 3FG)]…Finished fourth among players 6-foot-11 or taller in three-point field goals made with 69 [Channing Frye (171), Charlie Villanueva (125) and Andrea Bargnani (77)]…Shot 42.6% (66-155 FG) as a starter and 40.2% (127-316 FG) off the bench…Scored 10-plus points 23 times and 20-plus points twice…Led the team in scoring and rebounding three times…Scored career-high 22 points vs. Minnesota (3/2)…Tied career-high seven field goals three times [vs. Boston (11/2), at Miami (1/28) and vs. Minnesota (3/2)]…Attempted a career-high 18 field goals vs. Minnesota (3/2)…Grabbed season-high nine rebounds at Miami (1/28)…Dished out career-high five assists at Philadelphia (4/13)…Tied a career-high three blocks twice [at Cleveland (3/25) and vs. Chicago (4/1)]…Tied career-high three steals twice [vs. Miami (2/11) and vs. Houston (2/22)]…Hit 10 consecutive three-point field goals from 11/5-11/15…Grabbed five-plus rebounds 27 times…DNP-CD eight times and missed two games due to injury (mild hamstring strain).

* Scheduled to appear.  Athlete appearances are subject to change without notice.

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  • Brad

    Wait so no free autographs this year?????? What was wrong with the way it was ran the last two years???

    • Jeanna Cooper

      I think donating $10 one time to a good cause is a great deal. Have you seen the prices these signers get at shows? Not too many (if any) are $10 or less.

    • Jeremy Brown

      They have to make it fair to all the kids that didn’t get autographs last year, because all the people that sell the things they get signed…plus if you have been to the last two, $10 is a small price to pay for such a worthy donation! For the people that are “waiting around all day” you should stay home! This is the best sport event in Michigan even if you don’t get sigs, you still have a great time. I bet not one of the people that are complaining have kids ( because all the kids we brought LOVED this) The kids could care less about the sigs. So please stay home don’t ruin a great day for TRUE sports fan’s that have kids….realllllllly you people are so ungreatfull!

      • Stucki

        I enjoyed getting some Tigers stuf. Cheap and the whole family got some stuff. Hopefully 971 revises this auto policy.

    • joe

      looks like it Brad. This “FREE” event will cost you $5 to park plus $10 if you want ANY autograph, with no guarentees you’ll even get the guy you want because they’re bringing back the lottery system again. EPIC FAIL in my book 971.

  • Chris

    Seriously LOL! Wow, again? 97.1 has yet to figure out how to run an autograph event. I can understand the $10 donation, but a “numbered” wristband? For what? To wait around all day and get a Darren Helm autograph? Does the ten dollar donation count for just one autograph, or for anyone that you want to get? This makes no sense, this is the third year for sportsfest and its clear they have put about as much thought in planning it as the first year, when you had to wait in a line to get a piece of paper for an autograph…..just to go stand in the actual line to get an autograph. So……what if you want Billy Sims? You have to have your number on the wristband be drawn to get him? No thank you, I was dumb enough to go to the last two sportsfest just to be dissapointed with the way things were run….they’re not getting me this year. Its nice to have an event like this but why put all the effort and money into it if you cant ever get it right?

  • Tom

    Epic fail to raise money for charity? Even at $10 for all the autographs you can get (I know there is no guarantee for any specific autograph), I think it is a good deal. Plus, the student heart check seems like a good cause. If you don’t want to spend the money, you can still go to the event and enjoy all the team stuff for free.

  • Bob

    Look, I will donate $50 to the charity if they want. Just guarantee me I don’t have to wait around for 6-8 hours to get the one or two guys I might want, only to tell me “sorry, it’s wristband, you don’t get who you want”. I mean, seriously. How many years does it take to figure this out? Hire DC Sports to run this for you. They actually know how to organize a signing. Somebody at 97.1 needs to figure out they’d raise ALOT more money for charity if they just upped the fee, posted times for signers and allowed you to just get in line. Limit each guy to a certain number of tickets if you want. But as it stands they are making this a gigantic waste of time.

    • Bill

      My thoughts exactly. I would gladly pay a small fee and help out a charity. Standing around all day and not knowing who and if you’re going to get anyone is miserable.

  • Bill

    They should just charge $10 per autograph per player and cap it at a number – say 200. First come, first served. Will make things run alot more smooth and this way you’re not standing in line forever and maybe not getting an autograph. Making people pay a few bucks will keep the lines down big time, plus its a donation for a good cause. This is just my 2 cents.

  • bob

    I’m wondering if anyone from 97.1 reads these comments. If they do, it would be nice if they would clarify their “system”. I’m about 90% leaning toward not going because for the third year in a row, I can’t understand what their “system” and “rules” actually mean. If they would stop this nebulous “half explanation” of the rules and tell us clearly what a “numbered wristband for select signers” means, I could make a better decision. Heck, I am tempted to donate more than the $10 if they would just save me from wasting my day by clarify the rules. Otherwise, I just risk losing my whole Saturday. And you know what? I can write a check to any charity in 5 minutes without doing that! Come on 97.1, this doesn’t have to be so hard….I’ve seen some pretty dumb people who actually know how to put together a well run signing.

  • Chris

    Wow couldnt have said it better guys. I would be more then willing to pay a few bucks to get the guys i want, this would raise much more money for their charity.

  • Marty

    Good luck on getting an answer, Bob. I have read many posts on this web site and on the Facebook site posting numerous questions on many different things and I hardly see a response from anybody from 97.1. Doesn’t seem that they care much. I also agree with paying a set amount with each signer. I already have several autographs from most of these players and would like to obtain just a few, but I absolutely hate waiting in line just in hopes that you will be able to get it.

  • TED

    I will be saving a couple hundred dollars by staying home from this event. Ten bucks an autograph is a great deal. Imagine how much more could be raised for charity by allowing fans to choose how many and which athlete’s autograph they obtain. All the events and features are nice, but let’s face it, most fans use these to pass the time between auto sessions.

    YOU BLEW IT AGAIN 97.1 ! !

  • Bob

    Good point Ted. As discussed, they’d do so much better if they clarified their system, then stuck to it. The first year was a complete free for all. The people working the lines were clueless. I did not attend last year but heard it got better. now they go back to some different, undefined system.. It would be nice if somebody saw all these comments and figured it out. People leave so much money on the table by being stupid these days….Common sense would result in a much bigger payoff for this obviously worthwhile charity.

  • D

    I think everyone is forgetting that this isn’t an autograph signing event. It’s a fan appreciation event where the autographs are only part of the whole thing. Plus they say a lottery for certain players only, which I’m guessing will be like 2 or 3 guys. So you pay your $10 and you can still get an autograph from almost everyone there. Correct me if I’m wrong, but 97.1 never billed this event as an autograph signing so I think everyone should just calm down. If you don’t like it, stay home… you’ll make it better for everyone else.

    • Bob

      Have you been there before? It doesn’t exactly scream “wow, this is hours and hours of unending fun”. There isn’t a whole lot for the average person beyond the autographs. Sure, if you want to listen to them interview somebody on the radio show while there, that can be interesting for a few minutes. But If there weren’t any autographs, I don’t really know what the point would be in going. That’s pretty much the main attraction.

    • Jeremy Brown

      I’m with ya D ( hope STEVE don’t go) Last year they raffled for “just” Berry which was great, because all these 20 year old’s with no kid’s couldn’t run them over just to get a sig! The first year NO kids got calvin’s sig. Because all these moron’s got there way early, then they would leave after. The people who really want to be there should be the one’s that get rewarded not all these big mouth punks! STAY HOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      • Steve

        ok jeremy brown, go stand in line and watch your vagina kid throw a ball through a target, moron……

  • Brad

    I just want to know the rules!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Stucki

    I am a little bit concerned. If I pay $10, I am a Tiger fan and want Cecil or Morris ONLY! So, I’d pay the $10 and get shutout?!?!?

    • Bob

      That’s the way it sounds. Unless 97.1 reads this and wants to clarify the rules.

      • D

        Okk Bob since you’re so thick skulled….. the rules are already clear. You want any autograph, you pay a one time $10 donation. You get a wristband which signifies that you paid for autographs and you can get into any non-lottery line for a signature. You’re wristband also has a number on it for lottery signatures. 971 will choose the “high demand” autographs, which will probably only be a couple guys, and if you’re lucky enough your number will get picked. Think back when they had Barry…that dude would only sign a select number of autographs. so they had to do a lottery system. its the only fair way for them to “hand out” the limited number of autographs. im sure 971 would love to have these athletes around all day so everyone gets what they want but lets face it, they probably dont have enough $$ those athletes would expect for that kind of event.

        So look, you could go and spend $10 and walk away with several autographs so I don’t know what your complaining about. 971 is trying to make it as fair as possible and make it so that the normal guy has a good time. Im sure they could care less about satisfying all the crazy autograph hounds that are boo-hooing because 971 isnt just handing over the autograph that you want when you want it.

        Clear enough for you, Bobby?

      • Stucki

        Solution: Give FOUR different bands – hockey, baseball, basketball and football. THAT way the ones you want are the ones you pay for. The charity is a good one at least.

  • Steve

    D you’re an idiot, please do not throw in your two cents. Maybe next year 97.1 won’t have an autograph session and lets see how many people show up….probably just you.

    • Shannon

      No Steve D is correct….. Its a Fan thing …. Steve hopefully I don’t see you there :)

      • Jeremy Brown

        Steve is just one of them coward cry baby’s that hide behind the keyboard. I would LOVE to talk to ya STEVE. I’ll have a homicide hat on, i’ll be smoking a cig. from time to time come TALK!

  • Bruce K

    CMon guys…. have a beer at the Labatts bar, and if your number is called, bonus, if not just chill, its all about the love of sports. If you want Morris you can pay $30+ or roll the dice… Im willing to take the chance.. Quit the whining, although its entertaining to read :-)

  • Brad

    Im not confused, but D where did you see these rules posted. If this is your thought of what is going to happen, GREAT. But I don’t see it posted anywhere that you can get “several autographs” for your one time donation. I know in the past I have walked away with several from this event, but it sounds like things may be much different this year. I just don’t think that the “rules are clear” as you state in your post.

  • hockeystcks

    from my understanding from a source that i know it is going to be somewhat like last year…with the names and times of players signing..the lottery wirst band is going to be for a special guest that is going to be posted soon..when i get more info i will past it on to u guys..

  • Kevin

    Boys Boys Boys..settle down..its 2 weeks away ..and were fighting in a inaginary line….You can always pay 65 dolllars a autograph down at 12 oaks mall..you know who im talking about…come on..pay the 10 dollars the 5 dollars for parking and go walking around. have a good time. if you dont like people STAY HOME

    • Jeanna Cooper

      I agree with you Kevin and I know who you’re talking about! The only thing is that last year I couldn’t spend any time “walking around” because I was in one line for hours. It’s really not fair to the dealers either that are there because I would have loved to look at their stuff. But after I got my autograph, I was so tired I said the heck with it, I’m going home. The dealers pay to be there and I would think that what keeps the price down, I did enjoy the bar (by that time I NEEDED a seat!) and enjoyed the walking around that I was able to do!

  • Steve

    A homicide hat on? hahahaha…….smoking a cig? LOL!!!! Wow and let me guess….you’re 5foot 2inches tall….typical small man syndrome, when someone calls you out, you have to be confrontational…..hahahah you sound rediculous. Man UP pal, admit your short stature and get over all the kids that used to make fun of you in high school.

  • Jeanna Cooper

    You mention Pistons, but I don’t see any Pistons on the list. Will there be any? (Before somebody jumps in and says the Pistons suck, please don’t bother!)

    • John B

      Austin Daye has been added

      • Jeanna Cooper

        Thanks for the info. I got him at the SportsFest last year. :-(

  • ARoD

    I only want Fielder and Morris thats it, I will trade with anyone who would want to trade

    • Dave Omega

      I Agree! And That Store Is A Rip Off Anyways,But thats another conversation,I Know What Players I Want On My Sports Items For My Sports Room I Will Not Sell My Items They Are For Me And If I ever have kids,hopefully this thing wont be a disater altho i have never been to sports fest so i couldnt tell you, but from what i herd on 3 players r havin the lotto so for them 3 players you might not get them. Hopefully I want delmas and cliff avril which is the first signing so im sure ill get em,but would like to get some other things signed cecil fielder ball or somthing,but hopefully it isnt madness if i get them 2 id be happy,rather then droping off your item to only be returned to you damaged after paying them 65 for a stafford signing that didnt happen them people r shady I Shop At fanaticu if i need sport items way cheaper and they dont treat u like a number,

  • dave omega

    But hopefully everyone has fun donates for a good cause! This is cheaper then most autograph signings hopefully everyone gets who they really want i mean if i get a few cool if not oh well i hope i get my 2011 lions id be happy,But im not loadin up the mem for sale its for me and my detroit sports room so get along fans.Were in this comminty together i mean im so sick of seein the bs lets all just get along,I mean we gotta live with eachother

    • kevin

      where is fanaticu

  • ARoD

    What store is a rip off, who failed on a stafford signing, i believe you lost me on the comment

  • ARoD

    I moved here from miami florida, im a huge baseball fan and been collecting autos since 1995 and i would love to add Fielder who was one of players i grew up as kid loving on a a 8×10 and jack morris who i grew up with everyone comparing pictures to morrus, i love sports and events i wouldnt mine getting the other plyers to add to my collection im just a big sports dork

  • Jay

    I was just looking over the Autograph schedule and didn’t see Helms name on there. Is he not going to attend now?

  • Dave

    Are these the only players that are coming to sign? Still waiting for the 1 big name to make me actually use my gas to drive there as I see none worth going for.

  • Dave Omega

    Would rather spend $50 for Ray Bourque and $35 for Jimmy Howard at Gibraltar Trade Center on the same day.

  • ARoD

    Can someone from 97.1 the ticket please comment and explain to everyone how this works

  • Kevin

    When you go to the sportsfest tomorrow…go their there with your list…..when you get out of the car leave the list in the car…be happy with what you get. if you get 1 autograph your ahead of the game.theres other ways of getting autographs during the year for nothing..for anyone..believe me ive been collecting for years…enjoy the show…i been looking forward to it all year….just being in a crowd of sports nuts who speak the same lingo…..thank you 97.1

  • kevin

    SPORTSFEST was awesome. The wristband thing was smooth, .The 97.1 people were very helpful and very calm in all situations…Ted Lindsey was a gentleman like always..Cecil Fielder seems happy to be there… YOU can always tell when people are having a good time..its when the bathrooms are empty……All and All i was very very happy..Good Job to all of the 97.1 people and the ticket chicks were so friendly..make a old guy like me good….cant wait till new year…thanks again

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