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Old 06-14-07, 11:00 AM   #1
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Sock Puppets

Hello to everyone. I want to tell all of you about a story I have heard. Someone out there thinks Stormcrowe and Crazylady are the same person. No folks. It is ok. I would think the same thing when both Tom and myself (Earlena) have the same avatars. I do not know how to spell that word.

Just being silly here. Think what ya want, I do.

Good rides and make sure you stay safe out there.

I forgot. I just got back from a bike (trike) ride, while Tom was being a moderator. Now I have to figure a way to get him out on his bike again. Any hints.

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Old 06-14-07, 11:02 AM   #2
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Hello to everyone. I want to tell all of you about a story I have heard. Someone out there thinks Stormcrowe and Crazylady are the same person. No folks. It is ok. I would think the same thing when both Tom and myself (Earlena) have the same avatars. I do not know how to spell that word.

Just being silly here. Think what ya want, I do.

Good rides and make sure you stay safe out there.

I forgot. I just got back from a bike (trike) ride, while Tom was being a moderator. Now I have to figure a way to get him out on his bike again. Any hints.

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Soon as the knee quits hurting a bit less....... Maybe tomorrow!
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I would use a small caliber pistol and strong language.
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sock puppets? like SIFL & OLLY??!?!?!

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You got it.

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sock puppets? like SIFL & OLLY??!?!?!

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I like Kukla, Fran and Ollie as well
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And no sock puppet thread is complete without Shari Lewis and Lamb Chop
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Old 06-14-07, 11:09 AM   #8
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Wow, she looks absolutely mortified.
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the horse tranquilizers that she took in massive amounts to control her angst over spending her life with two sock puppets gave her that look.
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Old 06-14-07, 11:13 AM   #10
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http://www.tvacres.com/reptiles_serpents_time.htm

Cecil the Seasick Sea Serpent, anyone?
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I would use a small caliber pistol and strong language.
Something like this, hunny bunny?

**WARNING** NSFW (Not Safe For Work)
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Old 06-14-07, 11:31 AM   #13
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i so want the wallet from that scene, and I would buy one of the knockoffs if I did not have kids.
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crazylady! if you're going to tell us about a rumor going around about you and Tom , at least make it bf standard and a little more juicy than this!
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i so want the wallet from that scene, and I would buy one of the knockoffs if I did not have kids.
You should buy a knockoff FOR your kids.
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You should buy a knockoff FOR your kids.


I can see me meeting with the prinicipal at his school. She tells me what he did wrong, I ask her if she read his wallet and ask what she did not understand.
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I am new at this, and so far it seems like we get ridden, not do the riding!
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And no sock puppet thread is complete without Shari Lewis and Lamb Chop
LAMB CHOP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Remember Charlie Horse??

This is the song that never ends,
yes it goes on and on my friend.
Somebody started singing it not knowing what it was,
and they'll continue singing it forever just because,
his is the song that never ends,
yes it goes on and on my friend.
Somebody started singing it not knowing what it was,
and they'll continue singing it forever just because,
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Got it stuck in your head yet?
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One of my fave clips of all-time! I LOVE Triumph!!

Sidenote: Did you know that Triumph wrote a song about (and duet with) that LOTR guy in the middle, Blackwolf?
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When It becomes juicy stories about Tom and myself, I would just say we met at a party and ended up married after 30 years there is no juicy anymore just being there is enough

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Termite. I would love to use those words but there is one small problem. Tom is not the type of person that likes those types of words. I usually get. What do you want, now!!!!


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He would be already back on the bike, but there is one problem with that the Doc said no bike riding until he sees him again and that is tomorrow afternoon. I have got my fingers crossed.

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One of my fave clips of all-time! I LOVE Triumph!!

Sidenote: Did you know that Triumph wrote a song about (and duet with) that LOTR guy in the middle, Blackwolf?
Yeah, the first time I saw I laughed so hard my side was hurting.
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