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Old 01-23-2014, 10:52 PM   #10193
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They don't make em like that anymore.
Agreed ... Kansas, Styx, BTO, Little River Band so many good bands ..... gone but not forgotten

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Old 01-23-2014, 10:59 PM   #10194
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Steve, if you have someone that wants to go fishing with you I can suggest a guide and would suggest that you actually meet him and fish on Lake Ouchita. Stripper fishing should be good then and I've heard lots of good words about this guide. His name is Tom T Hall and hopefully I can add his website. Home Professional Fishing Guide-Lake Ouachita-Lake Hamilton-Arkansas-AR

Lake Ouchita is a much better fishing lake than any of the other two there in Hot Springs. We have had really good luck catching really big Strippers before but it was more due to luck than skill so using a guide makes since.
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Old 01-23-2014, 11:17 PM   #10195
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Steve, if you have someone that wants to go fishing with you I can suggest a guide and would suggest that you actually meet him and fish on Lake Ouchita. Stripper fishing should be good then and I've heard lots of good words about this guide. His name is Tom T Hall and hopefully I can add his website. Home Professional Fishing Guide-Lake Ouachita-Lake Hamilton-Arkansas-AR

Lake Ouchita is a much better fishing lake than any of the other two there in Hot Springs. We have had really good luck catching really big Strippers before but it was more due to luck than skill so using a guide makes since.
Thanks Tim - I was sort of fishing for a fishing partner. If I catch one - we may well give Tom a call.

And now for something the same and completely different at the same time - the Tom T Hall I'm familiar with.....
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Old 01-23-2014, 11:34 PM   #10196
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Ok, see the error of my post! His name is John T. Hall. Must of had Tom on my mind!

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Old 01-23-2014, 11:39 PM   #10197
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Ok, see the error of my post! His name is John T. Hall. Must of had Tom on my mind!

Carry on my wayward son.
Bet I surprised ya with that one... Wayward Son and Ravishing Ruby in the same night. Tom T has that classic voice for CW.
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Old 01-24-2014, 12:40 AM   #10198
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Is it possible this is the RVM Journeyman's Credo?
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I realize there is no mention of bacon but it does seem sufficiently mutated.

Ponder on my mutant ones. There'll be peace when you are done. Don't you cry no more. Once I rose above the noise and confusion - just to get a glimpse beyond this illusion - I was mutating ever higher...
And to Mutants, There are no wrong turns!!
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D Day tomorrow, hittin the road, bound for Yuma and all points between and some afar.
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Dennis,

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D Day tomorrow, hittin the road, bound for Yuma and all points between and some afar.
You going to Saskatchewan? That where Myma lives.! Where does Yuma live?

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D Day tomorrow, hittin the road, bound for Yuma and all points between and some afar.
Hey Slick,,

We will be in Yuma soon also, and we will be there for 6 to 8 weeks maybe we can get a meet up.

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Hey Slick,, We will be in Yuma soon also, and we will be there for 6 to 8 weeks maybe we can get a meet up. Cheers !!!
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Elizabeth, Looks like you accomplished something Major! Congratulations!! So happy for you.
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Hubby say i pronounce it "re-ud"
Well dang! I was wonderin' what all the hooperin and hollerin were about. Now I know it was about the color Re-ud. Wish ya'll would start talkin right like Di.
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Heya, fellow Muteys! I'm so far behind, if I stop I'll run into myself.

Congrats to Elizabeth on a job well done! A feather in your cap, for sure.

Ohhhhmmmms to those who are still under the weather. (Where does that phrase come from, anyhoo? My ponder for the day.) More ohhhhmmmms.

Safe travels to those of us on the roads. Remember, we may be mutated, but the rest of 'em out there are crazy! Use the air horn if you have one!

Thirty minutes walking and I'm knackered. Time for a cool drink and a zero-gravity chair!

Did y'all know that exercise causes your body to make new brain cells? And then helps them figure out what to do when they grow up? I need all the new brain cells I can get !

Cheers!
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