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Robbing Hood??? Robbing Hood takes from anybody and redistributes to himself.
Jason, what were the inaccurate claims?
Who cares what Romney, Obama or Lyin Joe's tax returns show? Its a tired saying but Am I supposed to be more concerned with what they do with their own money more than what the administration and congress do with my money? Tax returns? Give me a break. You are starting to sound like the birthers.
"just saw the numbers show Romney outspending Obama by a ton!" - getreal
"Mark, I bet I can still out prime you!!!!"
Watch out now. A farmer may want us to do this challenge in his fields for free labor! I might take you up on that. I hope we don't get sick like everyone usually does that first time working in tobacco. That is a horrible feeling.
I vividly recall eating all those things (not the worm) in the tobacco fields and it's amazing we didn't died from never washing our hands prior to eating. After we'd finish putting in tobacco, hay, corn, watermelons or waterever that day, we would go down to riverbend, strip down jump in the river and someone threw a bar of Ivory soap in. Of course we'd squish tomoto all over us and let the acid cut into the tobacco gum before we all dove in. Good ole days indeed!
"I question how many on this blog has ever "primed tobacco"? Not one other than myself."
And me. Toda, where and when you and I grew up, it wasn't an option. Get up at 4:30, pull two barns of tobacco, bail hay or pull corn for the animals, farmers market and friends, come back after lunch (at Ethel's of course) sheet a barn of tobacco and then hurry to get home to clean up so you could make it to work your 3 til 11 job.
The greens were horrible this past weekend. You would think tournament officials would be more proactive in this matter.
Nice letter Mr Mattocks!
Another great story Tom. I wasn't even aware this program existed. God bless you Denise and your family!!
Thanks for sharing. I hope this story brings in some donations.
Good job Mr Nagy, Tom and other Pilot staff !
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