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Squat! Good song!Now, this was seriouly "back in the day" when a GI wrote to either Dear Abby or to her sister who wrote Ann Landers (they are twins) about falling in love with a Asian hooker.I cut out the reply and may have it stuck away in my archives...Oh, what happened to broke neck?I know, what happened to Luck - New quarterback and makes the playoffs first time out. Squat, I can live with that...Sarge
@Sarge,I recall a comment you made over here before the NFL season started this year in which you said Peyton has a penchant for throwing errant passes in critical/high pressure situations. You were right on the money then AND now! Kudos on your prognosticating prowess! Looks like you're the Oracle In Indiana. Something else you said back then ... that the Colts are better off without #18 and yer right about that, too! Have you predictions for Championship weekend, or XLVII? I'm all ears (and shuttin' up, too!) now .....
This insufferable Peyton bashin' oughta be taking place on y'all's own blobbers, not over here where the guy is a god among mortals... And this is a post 'bout Dear Abby, and it's not a time for levity.Signed,Bewildered
C'mon now, Squat .... I remember you callin' ME and SARGE all kinds'a stoopid when we were tryin' to tell you ol' broke neck is a wuzbin! Now yer crawfishin' on US! Say it with me .... "Peyton is a doodoo head ... Luck iz da shiz" ... all together now. "Peyton is a doodoo head ... Luck iz da shiz" ....siiii-iiigned UnHappy .....
San Stone is still the saddest song ever. Illegal Smile brings back memories. As I've gotten older, my sons have asked me about my plans for the end of life. I just told them to play Please Don't Bury Me.
Randy, if you're talking 'bout sad Prine songs, it's hard to get much sadder than "Unwed Fathers" or "Six O'Clock News"... "Far From Me" is pretty hard hitting, too, if you've ever been crazy 'bout someone who's already moved on. "Hello in There" still messes me up, too. The thing about Prine is, no matter how many sad songs he's written, he's written ten times as many funny, happy ones to balance out the ledger. "... you're too late in askin', Mr. Peabody's coal train has hauled it away..."
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