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Ping . . . then Pong.

Just a quick update:

Pastor’s Fellowship Hall Ping Pong Record . . . 6-0. Is it too early to start talking about a perfect season?

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8 People Replies to “Ping . . . then Pong.”

  1. RPA

    PT So you’re on your game……I’ll play you.——–Looking for the weak link. (-: . This page is a Great idea ! Keep connected to the Real Pages.

  2. Forest

    When I was in China on the All-American Ping Pong team, I just loved playing ping-pong with my Flexolite ping pong paddle.

  3. PT

    Hey Doug, take it like a man . . .

  4. Mary Ann

    First of all, I want to know why Ed is up so early discussing Ping Pong, who gets up at 3:00 am?? Secondly, whoever dares to challenge PT and knock him off the Ping Pong throne, be careful I hear he his is quite ‘COMPETITIVE’. Any takers??

  5. I played the Game with out knowing it was part of the LWAPPC series. I would have had my personal paddle or checked the ball for air bubbles and came with a win at all cost game plan, I want a rematch. I want equal access to the practice facility.

  6. PT

    Yes, Hi Ed. The Ping Pong Champion is me.

  7. Ed

    I haven’t played since I used to go to the YMCA and that was quiet a long time ago. Even though I was able to beat Bernie Sunday, while waiting for Deb Banna’s party. Who did you say is the champion?

  8. Karen

    Ok Living Waters…..we need to raise someone up (or bring someone in) to unseat the champ! Any takers? If you’re willing, run (don’t walk) to the fellowship hall and be a part of ping pong history here at Living Waters. Whoever dethrones the king get’s a prize!