2006-04-21 / Sports

RBVL's Wysteria Lane And Then Some ....

By Mary Whelan

Glad to hear we are back to thinking, talking and almost playing Volleyball. Was out and about on Rodeo Drive (B. 129) and ran into a lot of our members who cannot wait to play with their teams and write about them as well. Its amazing how the circulation increases with each week as the stories unfold. It seems most players already have a story for the first week. Hopefully we will have weather like we did this past week, with our luck we'll need our ski outfits for the fiirst night of play!

First let me report that the Brooklyn Transplants found their FLOAT. It did take the FBI guy, Billy and Greg many nights of stakeouts and undercover work to recover the Float. Rumor has it a ransom note was found in Billy's mailbox and he willingly brought the suitcase with the ransom to the location requested, Irish Circle. Billy was not letting this one get away, it was "Deal or No Deal".

Rockaway's "Wysteria Lane" was quite busy. There seems to be many things going on within our Lane. Many rumors flying around about two key players of the Brooklyn Transplants team were offered positions on other teams in other divisions. You ask, which two?

That some of the original RBVL players may be resurfacing forming their own team or merging with an existing team? Kim may actually come down to watch the games in inclement weather? Shari may drink more than 6 Heineken's when out supporting her friends. That Team Fed may actually make an appearance at more than one bar after the games? The Queer Eye Guys are back in town ... researching another Mole and many votes to renaming the divisions to Heineken, Bud, Coors Light and Amstel Light. If need be, we can give the Gatorade division the O'Doul's name. And that Kerry Ann will be the vhampion of this year's Musical Chair contest.

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