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 ARCHIVED TOPIC: WHO GETS THE LAST WORD? game Part 41


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ErikH - Posted - 11/24/2013:  05:02:29


Well after all, the grocer is a professional...........

banjoscotty - Posted - 11/25/2013:  04:48:40


Yes Eric,,,he does check your "goods" out

ErikH - Posted - 11/25/2013:  15:15:25


I don't want that scanner anywhere near my goods.

banjoscotty - Posted - 11/26/2013:  04:24:43


Some grocers are very old fashioned.They still use
lead pencil and that small tablet with the carbon paper
in it to tally your "goods".

ErikH - Posted - 11/26/2013:  15:43:48


And the price tag gun?

banjoscotty - Posted - 11/27/2013:  05:06:32


And the long pole with the claw on the end for reaching the
items on top shelf?

ErikH - Posted - 11/28/2013:  03:59:40


Good grief, not the claw!

MWBailey - Posted - 11/29/2013:  21:26:39


Y'all just ain't thinkin'. He'd never get that close. Now, if it wuz a woman grocer, it'd be a different story... Need I elaborate more?

banjoscotty - Posted - 11/30/2013:  02:02:46


Sno-Balls are too cold.
They want pop-corn balls

ErikH - Posted - 11/30/2013:  05:47:05


Maybe Malted Milk Balls?

banjoscotty - Posted - 11/30/2013:  06:21:58


Swedish Meat Balls?
They have a sauce/gravy on them.

ErikH - Posted - 11/30/2013:  07:30:29


I prefer rum balls myself.

banjoscotty - Posted - 11/30/2013:  08:01:10


Eric!!,,I'm shocked!! Well,,maybe you forgot what
we have been refering to? But since you are a good member and
some of us know what you really meant,,you are allowed
a retraction if you like.

ErikH - Posted - 11/30/2013:  15:21:39


Yes, on second thought, I'll retract that last statement.

banjoscotty - Posted - 12/01/2013:  04:11:52


It's Dec 1st..Bailey tradition to put Christmas tree up this evening.I think we used to
put it up on Christmas Eve,but somewhere down through the years,our family adopted
Dec. 1st to do that.And in place of an angel or an ornament,,,we put Jesus right up on top.
SOOOoo,,,MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE

ErikH - Posted - 12/01/2013:  11:03:36


Merry Christmas.  I put some lights up outside, but I think we'll leave the tree until next weekend.  Where did you find a Jesus tree topper?

banjoscotty - Posted - 12/01/2013:  14:53:38


It's been in family for long time

ErikH - Posted - 12/01/2013:  18:13:53


I think that's terrific.  Something to help remind us of the true meaning of Christmas.  I have what's left of an old nativity set that belonged to my grandparents that I put near the tree every year.

banjoscotty - Posted - 12/02/2013:  18:29:29


That's great.Now all we need is a good old fashioned "HALLELUJAH"
Well,,works for me,,,,,

ErikH - Posted - 12/04/2013:  02:14:15


Works for me, too.

banjoscotty - Posted - 12/04/2013:  03:23:50


Yeah,,I like old fashioned things.To me they seem more real or authentic.

ErikH - Posted - 12/05/2013:  02:17:05


I'm definitely a traditionalist.

banjoscotty - Posted - 12/06/2013:  03:29:55


Hey Eric,,I know a man that said he has a 1934 Ford Roadster
and it still has the original gas in it,Whatta ya think??? Is that
old fashioned or not?

ErikH - Posted - 12/06/2013:  14:51:30


Hmmm..............I guess the car would be old fashioned, but I think the gas would just be stale.

banjoscotty - Posted - 12/07/2013:  03:23:33


Probably jelled up in the carburater too

ErikH - Posted - 12/07/2013:  05:25:18


Yeah, unless the gas is in a can and not in the tank.  I would imagine the whole engine would be seized up after all this time.

banjoscotty - Posted - 12/08/2013:  03:00:02


YEAH,,PROBABLY WORTH ONLY $370,000
instead of $400,000 in that condition..

ErikH - Posted - 12/08/2013:  04:14:11


Exactly.  I had a friend in high school who's dad had a automotive business.  He had a restored 1940 Lincoln.  Man was that a nice car.

banjoscotty - Posted - 12/08/2013:  08:26:51


Was it like the one that went up Grapevine Hill?

ErikH - Posted - 12/08/2013:  14:20:30


This one wasn't a hot rod.  It had the original engine (restored, I'm sure).  It looked like a gangster's car.  The back seat was big enough to hold a high school dance in.

banjoscotty - Posted - 12/09/2013:  03:47:40


In my early yrs,my Dad bought (from my uncle) a 1936 Oldsmobile.It had a Straight eight engine
and that hood was just a tad over six feet long.It was dark green with those three inch wide white
wall tires.It was in E-Mak-u-lut condition and it had those suicide doors.The ones that opened backwards.
Each front fender was cupped out so the two spare tires could set down in them.Man!!Would that thing
ever get on down the road.My Dad put a governor on it that was tamper proof.I could never figure it out??
That engine seemed to just be idleing along at 50mph.OH,,GEE,,Memories,,,,,,,,,,

ErikH - Posted - 12/10/2013:  02:24:42


I wonder how much that car weighed?

banjoscotty - Posted - 12/10/2013:  03:45:02


It was a Cruiser for sure

banjoscotty - Posted - 12/10/2013:  04:12:51


Then I did something really stupid being 17 yrs old. I traded my Cruiser for a 1950 Ford Coupe.It also was an eye catcher.Chopped,Channeled with leaded (Frenched) head and tail lights.Electric push button doors.Not one speck of chrome on it.Flathead Offenhauser engine with 3/4 Iskenderian cam.Three 2 barrels.Under the hood was where the chrome was.The gearshift was moved to the left side of steering colume so that when you shifted from 1st to 2nd,you were pulling down instead of pushing up.Kept it for a few yrs and had to sell it to finance wedding and move to Fla.Wasn't a bad trade though.My Dad gave only $55 for the Olds. Which one would be worth more today??

ErikH - Posted - 12/11/2013:  02:24:53


Good question.  I'm guessing the Olds, but I don't really know.

banjoscotty - Posted - 12/11/2013:  07:17:02


HA,,HA,,and now I drive a 2002 Buick,,she runs good though
and gets me where I need to go,,,,

ErikH - Posted - 12/12/2013:  02:26:16


When I was a kid I always wanted a Mustang, but now I drive a fairly new Chevy with lots of room.......

banjoscotty - Posted - 12/12/2013:  08:07:57


Yeah,,there comes a time when reality overtakes fantasy.I've
been there too.

dat - Posted - 12/12/2013:  08:22:25


reality is easier to get in and out of than fantasy.  some of those fantasy cars, you kinda get stuck in the door

ErikH - Posted - 12/13/2013:  02:22:21


Yeah, it's kind of hard to look cool when you have to put your hands on the pavement to get out of the car.

banjoscotty - Posted - 12/13/2013:  03:02:19


I seen on TV a collection of some 300 of the worlds
smallest cars.And they all run.Man,,,that is something to see.

ErikH - Posted - 12/15/2013:  04:48:18


I like to watch the antique auto auctions on TV when they run them.

banjoscotty - Posted - 12/15/2013:  05:11:29


There is alltime some sore of car show going on here in Fl.
They have big $$$ in them.

TheLastWord - Posted - 12/15/2013:  15:48:30


With a stealth of a ninja duck, I swoop in and grab the last word.

banjoscotty - Posted - 12/16/2013:  03:55:31


YIKES!!!,,,LOOK OUT,THE DUCK IS HERE!!!

ErikH - Posted - 12/16/2013:  04:33:29


What's he driving?

BigMonFan - Posted - 12/16/2013:  04:46:14


The duck usually drives a hard bargain doesn't he?

ErikH - Posted - 12/17/2013:  02:15:14


Yes, I suppose that's true.

banjoscotty - Posted - 12/18/2013:  04:33:44


He doesn't stay around very long,does he?

roxygrl - Posted - 12/18/2013:  15:07:00


maybe he has a faulty tom-tom ? where would he keep it anyway...i don't know...

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