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Old 05-27-2016, 08:09 AM
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Default Re: Spring has sprung

I loved the Bert and I stories! The stove with the right powerful draught...body in the kelp....Mr. Perkins' privvy...there's a bunch of 'em.
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Back in the 70's I had a couple Bert & I LP's. Damn funny stuff.

I've not heard one since about '79 or so. Maybe if I poke around in a couple boxes...

... but I probably won't...

... I moved into my home in June of 1988. I have 6 boxes in the basement that have not been opened since depositing them there on moving day. I suspect at least 3 of them have ex-wife stuff in them, 1 I know has LP's in them, 1 is a complete mystery...

... and the 6th an even bigger mystery. I moved into my previous home in December of '77 (or was it '78? ) and THAT box was never opened then either. I've not a clue what's in it, most likely ex-wife #1 stuff.

Every now and then I think about opening them, but then the mystery would be gone forever, wouldn't it? Maybe my kids will find something cool in one of them.
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Finally some rain yesterday and last night!

I know you've had enough of it at your home, Wrench, but man... things have been dry as a popcorn fart around here this spring.

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Speaking of Lake Wobegon (we were a couple pages back)...and A Prairie Home Companion, Garrison Keillor, The 73 year old Minnesotan is retiring after more than four decades. He brought so much humor to the Midwest brand of Americana.
I'm gonna miss him...
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