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Old 06-28-13, 10:48 PM   #1
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Good Saturday morning, y'all.

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Old 06-29-13, 03:20 AM   #2
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Old 06-29-13, 04:12 AM   #4
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Old 06-29-13, 06:17 AM   #5
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Morning.....gonna be a busy day here at casa MV.
Gotta get a field test done today, mow the grass, get some groceries, read a couple chapters for class, do the laundry, bathe the dog, and hopefully find some time to start tillering the new bow.
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That was nice, Allen. Great morning song. They opened for Lee Fields at the Savannah Music Festival and blew the headliner off the stage IMO.

Hope everybody has a great day! I'm going to get my ride in and maybe it will be raining by the time I get home and won't have to cut the grass
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Yeah, good morning to all y'all. I' m eating breakfest and watching the first stage of Le'Tour.
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Good morning? Bah humbug! I actually had a good morning so far. Put the dogs out, cleaned the kitty litter, did some wrenchin', and am now thinking about what to have for breakfast. I spy a few apples and oranges over on the kitchen table....... BTW did I hear an accent of some kind on that fine young lady with the magic vocal cords?
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It is a good Saturday morning indeed. I got to spend the morning with my two scouts / sons putting up American flags. We just put up 66 flags along one of the major streets in our neighborhood. Overall, the scout troop put up over 400 flags today.
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Old 06-29-13, 11:54 AM   #10
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Good morning? Bah humbug! I actually had a good morning so far. Put the dogs out, cleaned the kitty litter, did some wrenchin', and am now thinking about what to have for breakfast. I spy a few apples and oranges over on the kitchen table....... BTW did I hear an accent of some kind on that fine young lady with the magic vocal cords?
Rachael Price, she's from Henderson, Tenn.
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Rachael Price, she's from Henderson, Tenn.
She's rather attractive, and has a helluva voice.
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Freakin' magic.
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She's got a voice that's like an alto sax.

The group is so economical. Nothing is wasted...

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That vocalist is quite captivating. I just bought two CDs from them. The first new music I have acquired in ages.
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Old 08-08-13, 07:11 PM   #19
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Pretty sure I'm going to buy everything they ever produce.
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See them for Free tonight in Greensburg, PA.

I plan on driving out, staying at a B&B and returning tomorrow.
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Old 08-23-13, 01:50 PM   #21
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That's great Allen - really nice (reaching for IPod)
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6MuFD****s

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Crap. There is a censored word in the random letters of the youtube address. Replace the asterisks with the c word for Ms. Rachael's cover of, Rich Girl.

Or watch an ABBA cover here:


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This cover is SO much better than Sir Paul it's embarrassing...

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Reminds me of Bonnie Raitt (before the drugs and booze). Good stuff.
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It is a good Saturday morning indeed. I got to spend the morning with my two scouts / sons putting up American flags. We just put up 66 flags along one of the major streets in our neighborhood. Overall, the scout troop put up over 400 flags today.
Does your pack also place flags at the cemetery for memorial day?
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