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    oroy54 did you get that okay yet? Oh, and was that a man or a woman that you requested?

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    Can you bring me back one of those stuffed frogs in a sombraro?
    "The road to Hell is paved with progressive policies."

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    Smile Yeah hal

    Cancel that order. The red head is all that I can handle at my age. Roy

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    coolwhip, what the hell have you been drinking?

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    Smile I am only 200 miles from the Mexico border

    Thats a three hour drive. Back when I was single. I woke up after working the night shift at 3pm. I was at a tittie bar in Mexico at 9 oclock that night. You have to pay everyone. I wouldn't mind living in Mexico. Roy

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    Smile coolwhip

    I used to have one of those stuffed frogs. He was playing a guitar. I called him "Jeremiah" That old song back in the 70's. I wonder what happened to it. Roy

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    got to love the blue agave tequila and those tasty enchiladas.

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    Re: coolwhip

    Originally posted by oroy54
    I used to have one of those stuffed frogs. He was playing a guitar. I called him "Jeremiah" That old song back in the 70's. I wonder what happened to it. Roy

    Three Dog Night sang that song.
    "The road to Hell is paved with progressive policies."

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    Getting near retirement age and looking for a nice warm, quiet place to spend winters in. Mexico is looking pretty good to me.

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    Smile coolwhip

    The #1 hit on the record book for the year 1971 or 1972? Roy

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    Jeramira was a bull frog.........

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    Top 40 in 1971 #1 was Brand New Key by Melanie and in 1972 it was Alone again (naturally) by Gilbert Osulivan.
    "The road to Hell is paved with progressive policies."

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    As I remember that was about suicide, right?

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