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Friday, September 24, 2010

Friday Night at the EB






If I have to hear that Telegraph video one more time....

71 comments:

  1. Whit I was thinking the same thing. I wonder why it automatically went to play when you open the page.

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  2. Anyhoot, Deuce had to go mention those stink bugs today and while they are harmless they freak me out. Why? Because they fly and I have a terrible flyingbug phobia which in my terms means that I fear flying bugs that could end up in my hair.

    So wouldn't you know out of all the stinking hot days this summer I would pick this one to leave my car windows open a crack and when I got in my car to go home what do you think was on the inside of my window. Yup…A frickin' stink bug.

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  4. I should have gone to Irish weekend.

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  5. Here's a gallery of stinkbugs

    How would you like to go through life being called a "stinkbug." Not exactly endearing.

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  6. One more airport and then home!

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  7. Whit, you think it's dangerous talking on a cell phone while driving you should have seen me going down 476 at 65 mph while a stinkbug was flying around my car.

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  8. Whit, ol buddy ol pal, I have to run. Do you mind disabling the video on the previous post so as not to disturb the patrons.

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  9. Like I said I should have gone to Wildwood.

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  10. Norah Jones wasn't provocative when she did her scene with Elmo.

    I really didn't find anything wrong with Katy Perry's scene either.

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  11. Dammit I got everything, good pic of Miss Marion, dotter magnificent on horseback,boots to shame city people, real shit kickers, but can't access 'em, computer illiterate that I am, she's gone to the fair with some people.

    I'm going to be buying her private lessons after this class is over, from Marion, of course, cheap too, good price.


    wheehiiheeeehnehee

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  12. I took pictures of most of the boots, asked them to pose, just the boots, none at all like the ones in the comments, just above.

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  13. The bowler was in with elements of the American Indians for awhile, as with Laurel and Hardy.

    It's being rebirthed in the land of the Great Satan by Deuce.

    One must have great confidence in oneself to be caught dead in one.

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  14. Pee Wee got busted in a movie theater for you know what, Quirk.

    Drunk, he thought he was still at the Playhouse.

    Glad you survived the ordeal.

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  15. I bought one on a trip to Toronto.

    Don't get much chance to wear it anymore.

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  16. Just back for the horoscope Bob then it's back to Tanzania.

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  17. I'll handle things on the Vegas end next week, Quirk. I want to go round and round on that Merry-Go-Round, and shake hands with the ape.

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  18. Pee Wee is making a slow but steady comeback.

    Heck, we forgave Clinton didn't we?

    "Rather laugh with the sinners than cry with the saints."


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  19. With regard to the pictures, et al, have you considered hiring the "Geek Squad" from Best Buy?


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  20. Pee Wee always did have a slow hand.



    Dotter saw two Hummer Stretchers the other day, one white, one black.

    Said they were quite the deal, long as a Greyhound Bus.

    When we get to the point we can afford to tire up, Quirk, I'd suggest a set like that for us.

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  21. I've always had an affinity for black.

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  22. Oh, sorry Bob. I get it now.

    At first, I thought the Hummer Stretchers were another Pee Wee Herman reference.

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  23. Slow Hand


    you got your cool hand luke
    you got your cattle hand luke
    you got your slow hand luke

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  24. Miss Marion said if you got a good nose, which she definitely does, and are experienced, you can smell when the horses are anxious as over against just plumb tuckered, after they'd been ridden a lot, from the smell of the sweat.

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  25. I think Pee Wee said, I'll hum, you stretch.

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  26. I use to watch pee wee herman all the time.

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  27. As Shaun Hannity would say, "A Great American Hero."


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  28. I was in the Nobby Inn Bar one time, this naive sorority girl comes in and we get to talking about Pee Wee, who we watched a lot too. She asked, "Is he really that good" I said "Lord, yes, the best talent on TV." I think she left believing it.

    As I do, to this day.

    That and "Mr Ed" the talking horse.

    I'll see if Marion can train one to talk, be a hit around here.

    He could even have Quirk's stool, if he could ask for it.

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  29. We're all great Americans, according to Shaun, even if we're box boys at the grocery store.

    I got to go to the Casino for an hour. My wardrobe is getting low.

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  31. What do you consider a short note?

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  32. Hell, Mel.

    Does the question call for a word count?


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  33. I only allow 169 words at a time.

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  35. I can identify with that.

    Rules are rules.

    Su casa las reglas.


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  36. I use to watch Gary Shandler but I really didn't care for him.

    Get the link right next time.

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  37. I really don't follow any rules.

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  39. Rules are only made to be broken.

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  40. The 169 word limit is more like a guideline then?


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  41. If that's what you want to call it.

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  42. Would it be easier if I made 30 words?

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  43. Now you are toying with me and my ability to be succinct.

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  44. In that case I better make over 1000 words.

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  45. There isn't any criteria to get by me.

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  46. Oh, wait that didn't sound good, huh?

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  47. All I Ever Get Is Neigh Neigh Neigh Neigh


    There was an episode where Mr. Ed died. Mr Ed was dead, dead, dead.

    My daughter was upset, upset, upset.

    Then Mr Ed rose from the dead, with oats was feed, regained his stool, and all ended happily.

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  48. No place like home, but you don't sound like you're there very much.

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  49. Man, this Dynamic Health 100% Pure Black Cherry Juice sure smells good, whatever the truth of the labeling. Cutting it with vitaminwater doesn't seem to destroy the nice odor.

    Here's to you and your being home, Deuce.

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  50. Mommas, Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys


    Let 'em be doctors, lawyers, and such.

    Puppies, children, girls of the night....Marions....

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  51. hard to love....harder to hold....he ain't wrong....he's just different



    This can't be right however as the one true cowboy in our high school class is still married to Gayle P.

    I don't think I ever heard him say more than three words, but they both always used to smile at me.

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  52. Cowgirl in LA

    Bedroll time, the fire's a dyin' down, the stars a twinklin'....

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  53. To dream of daughter on them English saddles next week....

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  54. But first, this case of nerves--

    THIS INFORMATION IS FROM A GUY WHO LIVES IN COEUR d'ALENE, IDAHO AND THIS CITY IS JUST EAST OF SPOKANE, WA

    We have had F-16s doing fly over's and touch and go's at our little local air strip now for the last week !!!! this is the first time in my 35 yrs here I've ever seen any any around here !!!!!!!!!!!! we have also had a half dozen orion surveillance planes come in here confirmed By local pilots ! and have had a staggering amount of Mill equipment coming in to the area !!! our local navel base just north of here has hired 100+ security personal in the last month !!! and we have local workers installing communication out posts on the Mt tops all around the area !!! THEY ARE SHIPPING 30ft X 12ftX 2ft CONCRETE SLABS AND BUILDING BUNKERS AT THE SITES !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! they are all most done preparing !!! time is short and something huge is about to happen !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! God help us all !!!!!!!!

    THERE IS A NAVAL BASE ON LAKE PEND OREILLE (POND DERAY) AS IT IS LOCALLY PRONOUNCED; THAT NAVAL BASE IS A SUBMARINE TRAINING BASE BECAUSE THAT LAKE IS MANY HUNDREDS OF FEET DEEP


    I haven't noticed any of this, myself, on my trips north. I did notice some crop dusters at the Coeur d'Alene airport.

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  55. The Justice Department is ignoring civil rights cases that involve white victims and wrongly abandoned a voter intimidation case against the New Black Panther Party last year, a top department official testified Friday. He called the department's conduct a "travesty of justice."

    Christopher Coates, former voting chief for the department's Civil Rights Division, spoke under oath Friday morning before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, in a long-awaited appearance that had been stonewalled by the Justice Department for nearly a year.

    Coates discussed in depth the DOJ's decision to dismiss intimidation charges against New Black Panther members who were videotaped outside a Philadelphia polling place in 2008 dressed in military-style uniforms -- one was brandishing a nightstick -- and allegedly hurling racial slurs.

    The case has drifted in and out of the limelight over the past year as the commission has struggled to investigate it. Former Justice official J. Christian Adams fueled the controversy when he testified in July and accused his former employer of showing "hostility" toward cases that involved white victims and black defendants.

    Nearly three months later, Coates backed up Adams' claims. In lengthy and detailed testimony, he said the department cultivates a "hostile atmosphere" against "race-neutral enforcement" of the Voting Rights Act.

    He said civil rights attorneys stick to cases that involve minority victims, and he said the Black Panther case was dismissed following "pressure" by the NAACP and "anger" at the case within the Justice Department itself.

    "That anger was the result of their deep-seated opposition to the equal enforcement of the Voting Rights Act against racial minorities and for the protection of white voters who have been discriminated against," he said.

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