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"As BBB wrote, HC is only interested in the numbers and the bottom line.
Hate to sound dumb, but what are "Pawn Stars and "American Pickers?"
Maybe HC ran American Revolution because viewership is off and people are tired of the PC…"
You caught me again--you know I forgot about the nylon do-rags.
The "scarves" that are used in boot scootin and Cajun dancing are regular bandanas. Lots of Cajun dancing takes place at fesitvals which are outside. The dance…"
"Sorry, that's ... pay his mortgage. And on and on it goes. Something has to be done.
Have you noticed we are getting a lot of our produce from Mexico and S.A. now, so who is doing that work? And if factories have moved to those countries, who…"
"Yes, "Ric-o-chet," I understand your angst.
One thing is that no one likes a "CHEATER" -- you know the guy who cuts in line at the deli. Or the guy who drives on the shoulder only to cut in the line of those who had waited…"
"Yes, Mr. Meadows, I thought about that last night after I wrote it and went back to change the typo and couldn't. Funny how the fingers fly along with the brain. I had been out at dawn in the garden pruning roses too.
Is the bandana a…"
"The key word is "illegal" ... no one I know is against immigration if that immigration is done properly.
My ancestors came through Ellis Island, legally and waited their turn. If any one of them so much as coughed, they were…"
"Not to leave our western theme, but those "dew rags" as they are called in the Deep South are also used for boot-scoot'in and for cajun dancing.
So those multi-purpose "wild rags" have come a long way, baby ..."
"Thanks so much for the wonderful old photos--great post.
My father never left the house without a hat, not even to walk the dog.
There's nothing like a man in a hat. (Or a lady in a hat for that matter!)
Back in the 80s I wore hats and I…"