Lindsay Gilbee asking Adam Cooney if other countries celebrate Easter has to be up there but I think the best of all-time has to be one provided by Doug Hawkins. "Ricky Nixon was the guest speaker at the season-starter 500 Club luncheon and related the yarn about the day he sent the former Bulldog great to an address in Collins Street - 645 to be precise - for an appointment. When Hawkins got there, he rang Nixon and insisted that no such address existed. When Nixon said he knew it did because he was there a day earlier, Hawkins was adamant, explaining the building next to 644 was 646 so there couldn't be a 645. Not only that, added program master of ceremonies Eddie McGuire, his version of the story was that there was a laneway between 644 and 646, so Dougie assumed "someone had knocked off the building". Can anyone top that?