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  • MJD
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    >>Except for telemarketers...

    And by the way. Judging by the way my phone
    >rings night and day, I must be the only freakin person in the country NOT on
    >the national "do not call" list!

    Just registered my US number and wish they had the same law in Canada.

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  • malmo
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    "Malmo for one thousand, Alex"

    >He wasn't called malmo,
    >as he noted with his qualifying remark "paraphrased" ("'former name' wins
    >malmo"). This, apparently, was when he adopted the non-de-plume on his own
    >accord.

    Alex Trebeck: I'm afraid you're WRONG.

    "Paraphrased" is used to illustrate that "malmo wins malmo" wasn't the precise wording of the headline.

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  • marknhj
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    I competed in Malmo once. It was memorable mainly for the team deciding to initiate an MVP award. The prize was bought from an adult store adjacent to our hotel...

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  • malmo
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    >Except for telemarketers...

    And by the way. Judging by the way my phone rings night and day, I must be the only freakin person in the country NOT on the national "do not call" list!

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  • malmo
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    >I won the featured event at
    >MAI in 1978, defeating hometown hero Dan Glans in
    >the process, scoring my only
    >win of the year. Newspaper declared
    >(paraphrased) "malmo wins malmo."

    But was that the first time you were
    >called malmo?
    Except for telemarketers and the authorities I'm known by no other moniker.

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  • Asterix
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    But was that the first time you were
    >called malmo?

    He wasn't called malmo, as he noted with his qualifying remark "paraphrased" ("'former name' wins malmo"). This, apparently, was when he adopted the non-de-plume on his own accord.

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  • MJD
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    I won the featured event at
    >MAI in 1978, defeating hometown hero Dan Glans in the process, scoring my only
    >win of the year. Newspaper declared (paraphrased) "malmo wins malmo."

    But was that the first time you were called malmo?

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  • tafnut
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    OK, that is funny.

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  • malmo
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    PS. Glans, who should have beaten me handily, was seen testing a prototype "World Location System" watch.

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  • malmo
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    >This is way off
    >the original thread topic, but I'm curious, what is the story of the origin of
    >the moniker malmo?

    I won the featured event at MAI in 1978, defeating hometown hero Dan Glans in the process, scoring my only win of the year. Newspaper declared (paraphrased) "malmo wins malmo."

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  • MJD
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    >So is his real name Bob Hodge? The Web site posted above is a bit confusing...

    No-George Malley.

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  • No Name
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    So is his real name Bob Hodge? The Web site posted above is a bit confusing...

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  • MJD
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    >What is Malmo's real name? Who is he, and when did he run?

    There are a couple of answers above-not complete by any means.

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  • No Name
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    What is Malmo's real name? Who is he, and when did he run?

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  • BisonHurdler
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    >This is way off
    >the original thread topic, but I'm curious, what is the story of the origin of
    >the moniker malmo?





    It was my impression that Malmo (the city) was where George lost his virginity, so to speak, in his first big overseas meet.


    But maybe I'm wrong.

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