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Hi Mango
“Polly, What do you have today?”
“THIS is a bass violin. It has a nice deep sound.”
“It is HUGE”
“Yes, its kind of heavey too, TALK FAST!”

Just a bit more on Baseball.

Since the Mighty Macaws are BIG, they were always accused of using SIZE to get an advantage when playing, so the 'No Flying Around the Bases Rule' was created. I wonder what Miss Jenny Lynn and the Zons thought about that, with their 'tude.

With so many birds wanting to play, there were LOTS of teams. The Senegal Savages split into 2 teams—9 with the original name and the rest becoming the Super Sennies. Then there was a Mixed Pois team, 'Da Pois N Dem'. The Greys became 2 CAG and 1 TAG teams. The Zons also became 2 teams. All games were played using numbers and 12 baseball probabilities ie: strike out, triple, home run etc. The hard part was writing the play by plays.WHAT a lot of coordination and work for Norman's mom and Asha's dad.

Then Asha died, and then her dad, Mr. Tim. It was sad, and hard. A fter a period of mourning, a shortened season was tried. It is a LOT of work to run the Birdie Bazbol.

Thank you to Noman for the history of Birdie Baseball. Thank you for your votes.

PS I was wondering how Lizzie could get to the ballgames, this is what Kaji told me:
“there is a magical connection to the Castle grounds, so Lizzie can always go to the Stadium with no trouble. Thank heavens, cuz she was one of the Cheerleaders for Da Pois'N'Dem!! I can't explain how she can do it, but she can. And gosh, everyone is glad cuz she always brings snacks “

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