Thursday, August 17, 2006

Hazard Kentucky


Hazard Kentucky has nothing to do with the Duke Boys, more like the Hatfields and McCoys. Hazard is deep in the Appalachian region of south-eastern Kentucky.

TR

17 comments:

  1. This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

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  2. glad you found me!

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  3. Ok, the delete was me...I was being sooo funny, not. I would love to show my wit, but no luck. The thought process today is just not working.

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  4. {biting tongue and walking away from Woodchucks comment}

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  5. Anonymous8/18/2006

    I didn't know you could delete a comment . . . I have made a few choice typo's over the months.

    Just is good old boys!

    TR and DG

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  6. I'm good with the "Delete" button....

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  7. Just in case you are wondering....still nothing witty to say.

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  8. Woodchuck

    you are kinda stating the obvious there {clasping mouth}

    it slipped, I swear

    dang! don't make it so-o-o easy

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  9. And now for something completely different...A Scotsman on a horse...

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  10. Anonymous8/19/2006

    Having fun are we? I hope you are not in the same room whith this blog exchange going on? WH and I email one another from 10 feet away (it keeps us from disturbing one another when we are working.)

    DG

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  11. who us? uh, . . .

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  12. Nope not us...never...8'7"

    Again:
    And now for something completely different...A Scotsman on a horse...

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  13. yeah, and for the record I DID put that plant there as a "visual stop"

    and you KNOW I disturb him all the time ;)

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  14. Though I recognized it as a Monty Python sketch, I didn't quite see how it might fit in this context. So... to alleviate fear of the line being repeated ad infinitum, and after a little research, I shall attempt to complete what I perceive as a obscure code of some sort:

    "There's been another Indian massacre at Dorking Civic Theatre."

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  15. As you you can plainly see, the more times you repeat something that may or may not prove to be humor, you may or may not improve your chances of said repeated line indeed proving to be humor.

    To prove my point, if I repeat the line "And now for something completely different...A Scotsman on a horse" enough times, you may or may not indeed come to find this funny. Although not drop down on your knees funny, maybe not even smirk to yourself funny, but funny never the less.

    So now that I may or may not have made all of this crystal clear. I will leave you to ponder the humor of said line with no more repeats unless I find you eating Spam and eggs.

    {A Scotsman rides up to the camera and looks around, puzzled. In long shot we see him riding off.}

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  16. I NEVER eat spam and eggs! The mere thought! I only eat spam, eggs, spam, sapm, eggs and spam, and eggs.

    (No doubt TR will be happy to find his blog constructively used in his absence.)

    But... it's just a little bunny!

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  17. Green eggs and ham anyone?

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