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Archive for July, 2008

Howdy friends and neighbors.  Hello Dolly!  Boy, by the time this hits print, I hope the remnants of hurricane Dolly dump a bunch of rain on my place.  Depending where you are, I hope you get just what you need.  The levees at Sunny Point seem to be holding too well.  I don’t now what to laugh at more in the bobble-head media this past week.  The all-dramatic joke of Obama visiting Europe and kissing their socialistic butts while snubbing the troops who are fighting for his very right to do so on capitalistic tax dollars that financed the photo-op, or listening to the media trying to pronounce Ruidoso, NM.  By the way REE-A-DOSE-AH, New Mexico got over six inches of rain out of Dolly, lucky suckers.  Now to stay “fair and balanced” I don’t like McCain either.   Maybe this is Ross Perot’s year???? (more…)

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Howdy friends and neighbors.  Hello summer!  I heard the dreaded term “high pressure system” the other night as I was looking for my rain dancing shoes.  Then I remembered, the shoes are at Ray’s leather shop getting some new tread.  “High Pressure System,” shoot!  Well, on the bright side, the wind shouldn’t be blowing.  Sorry, this just isn’t getting any better, so on to something else. (more…)

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Howdy friends and neighbors.  Look out!  It is the middle of July and we have 70 degrees and calm winds today!  Plus it rained (on a few folks). Well, give global warming a day or two and we should be back in the high 90’s.  Sorry about last week, I was just too wore out from popping firecrackers, boating on the lake, and birthday partying with my Grandma Nelona Campbell (she turned 80 years old) to write about anything.  Despite the bobble-head media, we had a great holiday weekend.  I didn’t buy the fact that the media thinks we should be in a recession or as CNN would like us to believe, a depression.  Nope, I saw folks loading up to go places.  It looked like people were still driving nice, new cars with plenty of toys in tow.  The lake was full of boats and jet skis and travel trailers surrounded the water.  Fireworks stands were selling pow-pows as fast as they could unbox them.  I think a firecracker depreciates about as fast anything on the planet. (more…)

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