The buzzing wood-chipper voice of Johnny Most; Treetop cat falls 80 feet; Tiger Woods commits to play World Match Play Championship

Johnny MostAndrew Ayres writes in The Daily Dime (on ESPN.com) about wanting to see the glory days of the Celtics in the 80s, with Magic, Larry, Lakers and Celtics. What I liked in the article was his short but sweet mention of listening to Johnny Most announcing the game. Johnny did have a voice like a wood-chipper. A 2 pack-a-day wood chipper.

I watched a video of a cat falling 80 ft., then running away after bouncing off the ground. I thought it was going to be gruesome and would have regretted launching the video, but the cat lived. And, he/she didn't land on his feet. He/she landed on his/her back.

And finally Tiger Woods commits to play in the World Match Play Championship for the first time since 1998. The tournament occurs a week before the Ryder Cup which is in Ireland this year. I predict a huge year for Tiger (easy prediction).

And one final story: Chicken are Feeling Better. They did have the devastating Bird flu but are starting to recover with the help of some rest, medication, love, and attention.

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3 responses to “The buzzing wood-chipper voice of Johnny Most; Treetop cat falls 80 feet; Tiger Woods commits to play World Match Play Championship

  • David Churbuck

    How many people watched the Celtics on the tube with the sound off, and a radio tuned into WRKO and Johnny Most for his play-by-play?
    “He fiddles, he diddles, he stops, he pops, he shoots. HE SCOOORREEESSS!!!! BIRD HAS WON THE BALLGAME.”

    While every city has its announcer hero, none will ever be as off the wall as Johnny Most. None.

  • Sandy

    In my high-flying days as a Friendly waitress, I served Johnny Most a Jim Dandy.

    Not a claim all can make. I gotta keep it in mind for the next round of office ice-breaker get-to-know-yous.

  • vicctoriorus76

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