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The big C - a nightmare in the making. 
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If Pete Laughed it was worth any scolding.


You're right. I've been thinking - it sure won't be the same without him making those gawdawful "Woofing" noises he does at the Loraine Bulldogs' games that could be heard clear to Colorado City; even after charley's derriere has been kicked to the curb, and he's in the stands next fall, I figure he might need to conserve his voice so I was sort of hoping that someone had a recording of the infamous bark and we could just get am amplification system and blast it out during the game.

Me, my mom, my sister and our combined 5 children were thinking of making a trek up to visit him but a friend cautioned me ... well actually what she said was "Dear God - all of you descending en masse would be too much for a healthy man to cope with much less someone taken sick - have some pity - they don't make drugs strong enough to deal with all of ya'll and radiation too." (Pete - you reading this? that's a quote from Kate Hogue down in Big Bend country - she says to tell you hi, that she thinks your blog is a great idea, to keep wearing those shirts and if you lost the facial hair you'd be the spitting image of your Dad)


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Have Ya'll noticed that Doggy is talking to himself? It took me a little while to figure it out.................


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Have Ya'll noticed that Doggy is talking to himself? It took me a little while to figure it out.................

I think it happens when he can't remember where he buried his bone.


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51eleven wrote:
smokeyjoe53 wrote:
Have Ya'll noticed that Doggy is talking to himself? It took me a little while to figure it out.................

I think it happens when he can't remember where he buried his bone.

He's been getting crazier since the squirrel stole his bone...


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Dogface wrote:
Dogface wrote:
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mommajackson wrote:
Told you I never said a word.
And my stripper just needed insurance for what was STILL owed at the bank, lol, nothing like a high dollar stripper- they are the best! ( at least thats what coach and Fajita Pete say)

Where has this lady been?
That's funny!

I was wondering something...

OK, I'll bite (pun intended).
What were you wondering Dog?

You know.

Know what?
Is she Hot?
DUH.


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If you can't quote yourself more than 5 times,
how is that talking to yourself?


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Sissylue wrote:
51eleven wrote:
If Pete Laughed it was worth any scolding.


You're right. I've been thinking - it sure won't be the same without him making those gawdawful "Woofing" noises he does at the Loraine Bulldogs' games that could be heard clear to Colorado City; even after charley's derriere has been kicked to the curb, and he's in the stands next fall, I figure he might need to conserve his voice so I was sort of hoping that someone had a recording of the infamous bark and we could just get am amplification system and blast it out during the game.

Me, my mom, my sister and our combined 5 children were thinking of making a trek up to visit him but a friend cautioned me ... well actually what she said was "Dear God - all of you descending en masse would be too much for a healthy man to cope with much less someone taken sick - have some pity - they don't make drugs strong enough to deal with all of ya'll and radiation too." (Pete - you reading this? that's a quote from Kate Hogue down in Big Bend country - she says to tell you hi, that she thinks your blog is a great idea, to keep wearing those shirts and if you lost the facial hair you'd be the spitting image of your Dad)


Why Sissy Lou, how sweet. I owe Kathy big time now. This is kind of nice I can usually get rid of anyone by simply saying "feeling a little weak here, need to lay down" Took me several tries to figure out that is not the line to use on women- has exactly the wrong effect, they leave.

You can get a visit from a sick relative if you promise to stay home, I figure the 350 mile trek is less stressful than you guys descending as in a hoard of locust upon me.


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Sissylue wrote:
51eleven wrote:
If Pete Laughed it was worth any scolding.


You're right. I've been thinking - it sure won't be the same without him making those gawdawful "Woofing" noises he does at the Loraine Bulldogs' games that could be heard clear to Colorado City; even after charley's derriere has been kicked to the curb, and he's in the stands next fall, I figure he might need to conserve his voice so I was sort of hoping that someone had a recording of the infamous bark and we could just get am amplification system and blast it out during the game.

Me, my mom, my sister and our combined 5 children were thinking of making a trek up to visit him but a friend cautioned me ... well actually what she said was "Dear God - all of you descending en masse would be too much for a healthy man to cope with much less someone taken sick - have some pity - they don't make drugs strong enough to deal with all of ya'll and radiation too." (Pete - you reading this? that's a quote from Kate Hogue down in Big Bend country - she says to tell you hi, that she thinks your blog is a great idea, to keep wearing those shirts and if you lost the facial hair you'd be the spitting image of your Dad)


Why Sissy Lou, how sweet. I owe Kathy big time now. This is kind of nice I can usually get rid of anyone by simply saying "feeling a little weak here, need to lay down" Took me several tries to figure out that is not the line to use on women- has exactly the wrong effect, they leave.

You can get a visit from a sick relative if you promise to stay home, I figure the 350 mile trek is less stressful than you guys descending as in a hoard of locust upon me.


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AND ANOTHER THING - "gawdawful "Woofing" noises "?

I'll have you know that that sound is the succinct call of the pack to celebrate another successful hunt, a takedown of epic proportions, a celebration of deeds performed. If you had been paying attention you would realize the length of each call increase as points were placed on the board.

And of course, the call is issued as a rallying cry to the young warriors on the field to remind them the old dogs have their back.


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fajitapete wrote:
AND ANOTHER THING - "gawdawful "Woofing" noises "?

I'll have you know that that sound is the succinct call of the pack to celebrate another successful hunt, a takedown of epic proportions, a celebration of deeds performed. If you had been paying attention you would realize the length of each call increase as points were placed on the board.

And of course, the call is issued as a rallying cry to the young warriors on the field to remind them the old dogs have their back.

You're a keeper Pete. Hang in there.


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Hoard of locust???? Mother and I were just tossing around the idea of only going as far as Dallas (we were going to go to Arkansas to dig diamonds) and letting my children go to the Ft. Worth zoo, while she stopped in to check on you. My 'hoard of locust' were going to stay away from you and spend time in the zoo - where they belong.


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CowboyP wrote:
51eleven wrote:
smokeyjoe53 wrote:
Have Ya'll noticed that Doggy is talking to himself? It took me a little while to figure it out.................

I think it happens when he can't remember where he buried his bone.

He's been getting crazier since the squirrel stole his bone...


maybe he thinks mommajackson has the bone.


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Hoard of locust???? Mother and I were just tossing around the idea of only going as far as Dallas (we were going to go to Arkansas to dig diamonds) and letting my children go to the Ft. Worth zoo, while she stopped in to check on you. My 'hoard of locust' were going to stay away from you and spend time in the zoo - where they belong.


Just let me know what date - might be busy that day. Actually wouldn't mid seeing the young un's. Me and Victoria and swap doctor stories.


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Anne wrote:
CowboyP wrote:
51eleven wrote:
smokeyjoe53 wrote:
Have Ya'll noticed that Doggy is talking to himself? It took me a little while to figure it out.................

I think it happens when he can't remember where he buried his bone.

He's been getting crazier since the squirrel stole his bone...


maybe he thinks mommajackson has the bone.

I hope not. He'll really think she's hot if she's got his bone...
(Pete, this wasn't intended to be dirty so get your mind out of the gutter)


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fajitapete wrote:
AND ANOTHER THING - "gawdawful "Woofing" noises "?

I'll have you know that that sound is the succinct call of the pack to celebrate another successful hunt, a takedown of epic proportions, a celebration of deeds performed. If you had been paying attention you would realize the length of each call increase as points were placed on the board.

And of course, the call is issued as a rallying cry to the young warriors on the field to remind them the old dogs have their back.

Keep it up Pete. Every team needs an obvious supporter.


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