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My son's first B-Day
« on: October 24, 2007, 07:19:15 AM »

was last night and we threw a party for him.  Lots of family and friends watching him dance to his favorite music everything from Bob Marley's Natural Mystic, El Rayo X and the Beatles.  The event was well documented of course.  I could put together a feature length film with all the footage I got.  Anyway he got some clothes and toys that you'd expect a 1 year old to receive.  However, he did get one thing I'm jealous of and others on this board will be as well.


During OU/TX weekend my in-laws ran into Adrian Peterson at the Northpark Mall in Dallas.  He was in the True Religion store sitting on a chair.  My Father in law did a double take and AD gave him a wink like yeah it's me.  So he walks up and asks if he can sign something for his grandson that is about to be one.  So AD gets a pin and scribbles on the bag and says, "that's not a good pen let me get a better one".  So he goes around the store until he finds a sharpie takes a fresh True Religion Jeans shopping bag and signs:

Happy BDay Van!    Adrian Peterson # 28

Coolest first BDay present evar!  We are going to frame it for him so he can keep it forever.  I'll post a pic tonight.
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« Reply #1 on: October 24, 2007, 07:25:17 AM »

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Re: My son's first B-Day
« Reply #2 on: October 24, 2007, 07:30:35 AM »

Torp's head is going to explode.  And not in a good way.

Cool story.  Happy Birthday 'Fredo Jr. 
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« Reply #3 on: October 24, 2007, 07:34:01 AM »

btw,  interesting timing .   last night i double or triple taked because i could swear charles barkley was going into circuit city as i was leaving.   dude was at least a head and neck taller than me in passing (i'm 5'Cool,  hefty but on what was an obviously once athletic frame,  had the stache and shaved head.   he had a phone to his ear but didn't say anything (voice would be the real giveaway to confirm).   no ultra nice cars in the parking lot, and no clue why he would be in pittsburgh if it was him.

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« Reply #4 on: October 24, 2007, 07:47:48 AM »


no clue why he would be in pittsburgh if it was him.


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« Reply #5 on: October 24, 2007, 07:50:34 AM »

btw,  interesting timing .   last night i double or triple taked because i could swear charles barkley was going into circuit city as i was leaving.   dude was at least a head and neck taller than me in passing (i'm 5'Cool,  hefty but on what was an obviously once athletic frame,  had the stache and shaved head.   he had a phone to his ear but didn't say anything (voice would be the real giveaway to confirm).   no ultra nice cars in the parking lot, and no clue why he would be in pittsburgh if it was him.

Unless you're a Hobbitt, why do you think it's so cool to be only 5' tall?
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Re: My son's first B-Day
« Reply #6 on: October 24, 2007, 08:09:28 AM »

was last night and we threw a party for him.  Lots of family and friends watching him dance to his favorite music everything from Bob Marley's Natural Mystic, El Rayo X and the Beatles.  The event was well documented of course.  I could put together a feature length film with all the footage I got.  Anyway he got some clothes and toys that you'd expect a 1 year old to receive.  However, he did get one thing I'm jealous of and others on this board will be as well.


During OU/TX weekend my in-laws ran into Adrian Peterson at the Northpark Mall in Dallas.  He was in the True Religion store sitting on a chair.  My Father in law did a double take and AD gave him a wink like yeah it's me.  So he walks up and asks if he can sign something for his grandson that is about to be one.  So AD gets a pin and scribbles on the bag and says, "that's not a good pen let me get a better one".  So he goes around the store until he finds a sharpie takes a fresh True Religion Jeans shopping bag and signs:

Happy BDay Van!    Adrian Peterson # 28

Coolest first BDay present evar!  We are going to frame it for him so he can keep it forever.  I'll post a pic tonight.

man that 1st year went by fast.  Enjoy these years. 

too cool for AD to go find a sharpie for a better autograph for your son. 
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« Reply #7 on: October 24, 2007, 08:17:28 AM »

was last night and we threw a party for him.  Lots of family and friends watching him dance to his favorite music everything from Bob Marley's Natural Mystic, El Rayo X and the Beatles.  The event was well documented of course.  I could put together a feature length film with all the footage I got.  Anyway he got some clothes and toys that you'd expect a 1 year old to receive.  However, he did get one thing I'm jealous of and others on this board will be as well.


During OU/TX weekend my in-laws ran into Adrian Peterson at the Northpark Mall in Dallas.  He was in the True Religion store sitting on a chair.  My Father in law did a double take and AD gave him a wink like yeah it's me.  So he walks up and asks if he can sign something for his grandson that is about to be one.  So AD gets a pin and scribbles on the bag and says, "that's not a good pen let me get a better one".  So he goes around the store until he finds a sharpie takes a fresh True Religion Jeans shopping bag and signs:

Happy BDay Van!    Adrian Peterson # 28

Coolest first BDay present evar!  We are going to frame it for him so he can keep it forever.  I'll post a pic tonight.

man that 1st year went by fast.  Enjoy these years. 

too cool for AD to go find a sharpie for a better autograph for your son. 

It sure did.  I realize now how the first BDay is more for the parents.

My in laws and a few others I know that ran into him in Dallas had nothing but nice things to say about him.  They all said he was happy to talk to them and very friendly not to mention humble. 
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Re: My son's first B-Day
« Reply #8 on: October 24, 2007, 09:09:47 AM »

I saw Thurl Bailey at Granato's Deli once. That guy is tall.

Oh, and cheers to the kid.  Cheers
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« Reply #9 on: October 24, 2007, 10:50:31 AM »

That's a great story!  Smiley  Peterson sounds like a cool guy.
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Re: My son's first B-Day
« Reply #10 on: October 24, 2007, 01:04:15 PM »

btw,  interesting timing .   last night i double or triple taked because i could swear charles barkley was going into circuit city as i was leaving.   dude was at least a head and neck taller than me in passing (i'm 5'Cool,  hefty but on what was an obviously once athletic frame,  had the stache and shaved head.   he had a phone to his ear but didn't say anything (voice would be the real giveaway to confirm).   no ultra nice cars in the parking lot, and no clue why he would be in pittsburgh if it was him.

Unless you're a Hobbitt, why do you think it's so cool to be only 5' tall?

Hehe, that smiley threw me off, too, because it not only makes Aske look like he's 5' tall, it takes out the right parentheses, so I now picture Aske as this guy (5'Cool,  hefty but on what was an obviously once athletic frame)

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Re: My son's first B-Day
« Reply #11 on: October 24, 2007, 01:59:50 PM »

BTW, I tried out this Hobbit name generator (http://www.chriswetherell.com/hobbit/), and it turns out my Hobbit name is Popo ChubbSad
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« Reply #12 on: October 24, 2007, 03:58:35 PM »

Cool 'Fredo!

Happy B-day to the little one!
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Re: My son's first B-Day
« Reply #13 on: October 24, 2007, 07:19:24 PM »

That's wai kewl!

Happy birthday, Van!
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Re: My son's first B-Day
« Reply #14 on: October 24, 2007, 07:21:10 PM »

Torp's head is going to explode.  And not in a good way.

lol.  On the contrary, though, Kev will probably say that's one more reason for AD for MVP! Cheesy
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