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  1. Our w‌‌hole f‌‌amily i‌‌s r‌‌eally w‌‌orried a‌‌bout m‌‌y g‌‌randfather’s V‌‌iagra a‌‌ddiction. Grandma i‌‌s t‌‌aking i‌‌t p‌‌articularly h‌‌ard.
  2. mine locked up this morning. First covey I've seen in 40 years
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    I don't buy really expensive wine from them. There is typically a good description with each wine like the fill level label condition. I wouldn't buy a first growth Bordeaux with it or a fine Montrachet/Burgundy...
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    My house burned down about 7 years ago. I had a small but nice wine collection including a 100 point port that was 20 years old. I was holding for another 10 years. Of course I lost all that shit. I changed by deal, instead of buying wine to age, I buy aged wine. I find by using Vinfolio, Cellar Radiers and Wine Bid, I can get vintage wine frequently at less than current vintage prices.
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    Let me get back to my rat killin..aka back to work "I ain't going to heaven on a belly full of lettuce"
  6. I don't think there is a flavoring that can penetrate the casing of Vienna sausage. The flavors just flavor the grease juice.
  7. It is amazing how many threads this show pulled together for me. Also I'm amazed how many different music worm holes it sent me down. Here was one I posted on facebook on my birthday I saw the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band at Rip Hewes field in Dothan Alabama in 1974. It was the first concert I ever went to. All I really knew was they sang "Mr. Bojangles". Todd Snider really filled me in on the history of that song and I sort of forgot about the NGDB. On the episode I watched last night (it mainly focused on Willie and Waylon) they had a segment on NGDB three disc album, "Will the Circle Be Unbroken" and what a classic all-time all-star recording it was. This morning I listened to parts of the recording on Itunes and the first song I listened to was "Tennessee Stud" which featured Doc Watson. Doc Watson played in Marianna in the late 70s at the Sand Hills Blue grass festival which I attended. So that tied some things together. The NGDB Circle album was a lot of live recordings and in the into to Tennessee Stud, there is a call out from one the musicians that repeats a line from the song “I whipped her brother and I whipped her pa”. I have been a fan of John Craigie and did a show for him in Marianna (my hometown in the Florida Panhandle. One of his songs which turned me on to his unique songwriting was “Michael Collins” which tells the story of the Apollo 11 landing from the perspective of the one guy on the mission who didn’t get to land on the moon”. In the intro to Michael Collins/out take to Tumbling Dice, there is a shout out from one of the musicians that is exactly the same as the call out as the NGDB record. Craigie responds with, “Nice Call Out.” I now see what a great call out it was!. Thanks for Birthday Wishes. Give yourself a present and watch Ken Burn’s Country Music.
  8. If you want to see the best beaches in Florida, want to see John Prine, Todd Snider, Grayson Capps, John Fullbright, Paul Thorn, Elizabeth Cook, Shawn Mullins, Will Kimbrough, and ton more cool musicians, most in small venues https://30asongwritersfestival.com/
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    Funky Donnie Fritts

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