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Old 02-08-2011, 10:27 PM   #1
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''Little Red Weldin' Rod''





LITTLE RED WELDIN' ROD
By Uncle Seajay the sailor man


Once upon a time, a long, long time ago, 1959, in a far away city, named Chicago, there lived a little red headed girl named ''Little Red Weldin' Rod with her near sighted dad named ''Fred'' and her mean old step mother named ''Crankie'' and her (Crankies) two ugly daughters named Frick and Frack that kept her hair pulled back in a bun (not the eating kind of a bun) and wearing an apron around her waist which was very large because she was fat and she didn't like Little Red Weldin' Rod and neither did her two daughters ''Frick and Frack'' because they were fat also but they didn't wear aprons or buns because they were lazy and expected ''Little Red Weldin' Rod'' to do all the house work while they watched soap operas and ate snacks. Anyhow,,,,,,
One day ''Little Red Weldin' Rod'' looked at her mean old step mother named ''Crankie'' and said she (little red weldin rod) was going over to grandmas house (on her daddies side, Fred) on the Harley to visit for a while and she (little red weldin rod) was going to take ''grannie'' (her daddies mom, Fred) (that was her name) some stuff to eat and drink in a basket on the Harley. So her mean old stepmother name ''Crankie'' (her daddies Freds wife) told ''Little wed reldin wod'' that she was not takin food over to ''grannie'' (Freds momma) on the Harley, because of the depressed economy because of the suspicious fire that put a lot of people out of work which may or may not have been an actual accident, over at the Walmart. And because she knew for a fact that when ''Grandpaw'' (Freds dad by there first marrage to Grandmaw, his mother) died he left an insurance policy of a sizeable sum and he, Freds dad, had been a bootlegger and had made a lot of money sellin grape wine that he and grannie (his wife) that she (grannie) kept in a shoe box under the front room bed where she (grannie) slept all alone with her cat named ''Pie Face''.
(Is everyone following this please? I am typing slow for the slow readers like Wayne the Marine)
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Ok boys and girls. You are gonna have to go to the My BLOG on here to read all the story because it is just toooooooo long for this forum.

You are welcome to put comments actually on here if you like.
I am sleepy right now so I will put this on the BLOG tomorrow, maybe, if I can remember how to post on My BLOG


God bless our troops .....
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Old 02-09-2011, 07:52 AM   #2
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NOTE TO READERS. (both of you) I posted the rest of the bed time story. Please leave any comments (and ten cents) here for all to see.
Lets all pray for the safety of our troops and that they get to come home really soon.
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Old 02-09-2011, 08:51 AM   #3
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O.K. my friend Seajay the DW being 1 of 2 readers of your blog states she is worried about your status. She being of the medical profession wants you to go and have your meds review with your Dr. and pharmacist. She's concern something is going on!!!!!!.?????. She alerted to symptoms of Optic-Recti-Nitis. Has something to do the the muscles of the eyes and muscles of the ---- crossing and the picture becoming --------. I told her you got a hold of some bad smoke and at your age takes the brain longer to un-fog. I even read the script twice with a very slow scroll and I thought it was great. She has me appointment tomorrow. Regardless keep rolling them bad boys out. The stories.
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Somebody has more time on his hands than he knows what to do with.
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I guess with that big fish kill the fishing is slow so that leaves a lot of spare time.
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Way toooo much time spent on the fantail.
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Can't believe I spent ten cents on that


ps I guess I'm the third reader of your blog
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Somebody has more time on his hands than he knows what to do with.
Maybe something else on his hands or a variation thereof. Keep 'em coming Seajay.

I'm in the running for #4 position I guess.
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Stack gas apparently has long term effects on some.
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