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Ted Nugent and The Next Pope Walk Into a Bar

February 13, 2013

what the world needs now
is
fewer neutral intellectuals
and
fewer still partisan fanáticos

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  1. February 14, 2013 09:22

    Because I love your blog, I nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award. Just because. Here’s my post about it: http://thegravelghost.com/2013/02/14/someone-likes-me/ Happy Valentine’s Day to you!

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    • February 14, 2013 09:51

      Thanks GravelGhost I appreciate it…may a thousand tailgaters be stymied by you! I read your list, and I do the same thing to tailgaters. Also your number 5. Oh. My. Gawd. If I ever get asked about ‘why I shoot Pentax’ and or ‘what’s my MP’s/I didn’t know Pentax used f-stops/why aren’t your lenses white?’…heavy sigh. Like you said…it is the journey that counts.

      Thanks again…I’ll try to step out of my angry/bad garammarin’ wannabe poet-guy with bonus photos! mode…more often.

      VL

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      • February 14, 2013 09:55

        Do it!

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        • February 14, 2013 10:05

          Well…it all started back in Indiana. My hair was long and my life expectancy was short. Corn was everywhere, Mellencamp lived nearby, and I could have cared less about Cherry Bombs. Or what farmers did to each other in the barn.

          No wait. That might have been a video.

          : )

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          • February 14, 2013 10:07

            LOL. I am well acquainted with The Corn in the Midwest 😉

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            • February 14, 2013 17:03

              Oh man, see…I’ve pissed off the Mellencamp God’s and the video broke.

              I do miss those corn fields though…

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              • February 14, 2013 17:11

                Corn fields rock! I’ve shot them from the time the seedlings are coming up all the way to being dried and plowed under. They are utterly fascinating.

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  2. February 14, 2013 17:26

    I’ll have to try shootin’ the corn in Eastern Washington sometime…by the by, are the comments stretching vertically for you…or is it just my browser?

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