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"hi Les, it has been a long time, but "ole" friends just bounce around and eventually come back your way. I watch the VOLSL on a big screen at home these days, and &*%$###@ to Kiffin. We're having a slow year, but at least…"
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At 6:18am on November 10, 2010, Lester Shen said…
Actually I blame you because I kind of follow the Vols. Of course, when your college team is the Gophers, you have to get real football any way that you can. The one game I went to this year was South Dakota and we lost!!! At least I can say that I went to Georgia Tech and they win a game now and then. I'm so desperate for a good football team that I'm rooting for Oregon this year. Go Ducks!
At 5:34pm on November 9, 2010, Lester Shen said…
Pat,

It's been far too long. I hope all is well. I've been back in the energy field for a couple of years now after teaching at a design school for about 10 years.

Still have Vols tickets? An off year but Lane Kiffin really screwed them over. Hopefully they bounce back soon.

Les
 
 
 

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