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109. - Posted December 7, 2010 12:51AM
Hindi Shayari

Jaan hai mujhko zindagi se pyaari,
Jaan ke liye kar doon kurbaan yaari,
Jaan ke liye todd doon dosti tumhaari,
Ab tumse kya chhupaana,
Tum hi toh ho jaan hamaari !

Tumse doori ka ehsaas sataane lagaa,
Tere saath guzaraa har lamha yaad aane laga,
Jab bhi tujhe bhoolne ki koshish ki aye dost,
Tu dil ke aur bhi kareeb aane laga !

Zindagi nahin humein doston se pyaari,
Doston pe haazir hai jaan hamaari,
Aankhon mein hamaari aansoon hai toh kya,
Jaan se bhi pyaari hai muskaan tumhaari !

Jasbaate ishq naakaam naa hone denge,
Dil ki duniya mein kabhi shaam naa hone denge,
Dosti ka har ilzaam apne sar par le lenge,
Par dost hum tumhe badnaam na hone denge !

Dosti toh sirf ek ittefaaq hai,
Yeh toh dilon ki mulaakaat hai,
Dosti nahi dekhti yeh din hai ki raat hai,
Isme toh sirf wafaadaari aur jasbaat hai !

Dosti achchi ho toh rang laati hai,
Dosti gehri ho toh sabko bhaati hai,
Dosti naadaan ho toh toot jaati hai,
Par agar dosti apne jaisi ho?
? Toh itihaas banaati hai !

Khuda Hi Khuda
Idhar khuda hai, udar khuda hai,
Jidar dekho udar khuda hai,
idhar-udhar bus khuda hi khuda hai
jidhar nahi khuda hai?udhar kal khudega!

Hathon se girr gaee lakiren kahin,
Bhool aaye hum apni takdeer kahin,
Agar tumhe mile to utha lena,
Mere hisse ki har khushi hathon mein saja lena.

Tumhari khushi hi se hi nahin, gham se bhi rishta hai humara,
Ye jo tumhari zindagi hai, woh ek hissa hai humara,
Aye-dost tumse lafzon ka hi nahin, Ruh ka bhi rishta hai humara.

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108. - Posted December 23, 2005 5:35PM
World Baseball Organization

I'm a little dissapointed to find that amidst all talk about former Bulldogs that played professional baseball there's no mention anywhere about a former Butler pitcher named Doc.

For those of you that didn't know...

The pitcher formerly known as Doc, signed a professional contract in March of 2004 to play for "Mr. Perfect," Tom Browning and his fledgling Florence Freedom Baseball Organization. The pitcher formerly known as Doc floundered about the short season circuit after losing his final three years of elegibility when he declared for the draft as a Redshirt Freshman.

Doc then found himself a niche, in MLB Canada where he put up four and a third innings of dynamite fastballin'. It was then, when he found himself another home, this time going south of the border, where he attempted to gain citizenship in Ecuatorial Guinea to play for the national team in the WBC. It was here where he was to make his triumphant comeback back in the states. Unfortunately the Doc got himself into money troubles when he accidently drove his 1982 Chevy Nova into a pig farm, killing seven of the swine instantly and leaving two more fatally wounded.

It was then that Doc met former Major-Leaguer Tom Browning. Browning gave Doc many motivational speeches enabling to move forward from his failed past and to once again strive to accomplish his dream of one day playing professional baseball.

After two months of playing for the Florence Freedom Doc wanted to restructure his contract. However, the effort was of no avail, for the Freedom refused to meet Doc's demands. He was told that his skill on the hill wasn't worth the $850.00 a month he was asking for.

Doc's story of trial and tribulation on the ball field had finally come to a close.

Doc now coaches in the Cincinnati Fall Baseball League where he has been referred to as the white Ozzie Guillen.

107. - Posted June 1, 2004 4:49PM
Ball Guy
Who are the top 3 sr on this years team?

106. - Posted February 29, 2004 4:54PM

Nice site good luck in the future, play hard, have fun and collect great memories , STOP BY GIVE US A SHOUT                                                               Coach Alex

Why do we coach
If we can make a difference in one young man it's well worth it.

The Star Thrower
There was a man who was walking along a sandy beach where thousands of starfish had been washed up on the shore. He noticed a boy picking the starfish one by one and throwing them back into the ocean. The man observed the boy for a few minutes and then asked what he was doing boy replied
that he was returning the starfish to the sea, otherwise they would die.The man asked how saving a few, when so many were doomed, would make any difference whatsoever? The boy picked up a starfish and threw it back into the ocean and said "Made a difference to that one..."
The man left the boy and went home, deep in thought of what the boy had said. He soon returned to the beach and spent the rest of the day helping the boy throw starfish in to the sea....

~Loren Eiseley

105. - Posted December 14, 2003 12:24AM
The Blues

Rudy, Mantino -

I'm writing to inform you of your dismissal from the team. Please come to room 304 to turn in your jerseys. To Get to room 304, take the north stairway three floors up. Do not make any spastic turns into doors marked "Employee only". Follow the hallway three paces, and turn to the left. Door 304 will be marked with a small numeric indicator and a sign with the tournament schedule.

- Coach Pildog

104. - Posted October 15, 2003 5:11PM
Hey I just wanted to say I love the site! Keep it up with the great pics and do you have anymore from the alumni game this year?

103. - Posted August 26, 2003 8:25PM
Crystal Pistol
Pat Nesheks Family

The website is really looking good especially the pics of my cousin!!

102. - Posted June 30, 2003 10:18PM
OMG!! Jon Olson, you are so incredibly hot!!!! I saw you pitch an amazing game on June 27th for the Madison Mallards. My friends and I are going to go to all of the games for now on. We all think you're amazing!!!

101. - Posted June 20, 2003 2:33PM
Brampton Demons

Great Web Site !!!!!!!!
Keep up the good work and good luck in 2003.
Check us out sometime we are an U13 Boys Premier Soccer Team in Brampton, Ontario, Canada and please don’t forget to sign our guestbook B4 leaving.

100. - Posted March 25, 2003 9:41PM
I am the organization

I think Pete Fuller was the best player ever at Butler University and that you should convince the coach to offer a full scholarship to lure the talented south paw back

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