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100 Things About Herb

June 25, 2005 Herb 0
Warning, I don’t know when my computer is going to go down for the last time. Very soon, methinks. I turned it on and the display was all weird and my sound is gone. It is in its last death throes and Continue Reading[...]
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June 22, 2005 Herb 0
Haven’t found any pictures yet, but we had such a bad hailstorm yesterday, the first day of summer and the end of Springtime in the Rockies, they had to call the snowplows out. This is not a joke like Abby Normal did Continue Reading[...]
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June 21, 2005 Herb 0
Well, Father’s Day was nice. Everyone wishes you well and you are king for a day. The Wayward one called me and told me she still loves me, so that was nice. You know, you love your kids but it is ever Continue Reading[...]
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Google Yourself

June 20, 2005 Herb 0
I read a good article in the new “Writer’s Digest” the other day. It is the July 2005 issue with the girl on the cover who is holding her laptop as though she just won the $3000 prize in their contest. Anyway, Continue Reading[...]
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Thrift Stores

June 18, 2005 Herb 0
Happy Father’s Day to everyone! I hope every dad gets exactly what he wants today and not exactly what he deserves. You dads know what I mean. Similar to Carter’s favored sport of Dumpster Diving is my favored sport, Thrift Store shopping. Continue Reading[...]
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Monday the Thirteenth

June 13, 2005 Herb 0
(Okay, so I didn’t get this posted until Tuesday, yesterday WAS Monday the 13th, after all.) Greetings, fans, friends, fiends and foes. I haven’t got much to say, but as you know, that has never stopped me from saying it before. (Soosan, Continue Reading[...]
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25 Years

June 6, 2005 Herb 0
We decided to celebrate our 25th anniversary despite of all the stupid car trouble and everything else. Yes, Carter, it’s been 25 years since you stood by Margaret’s side as her maid of honor. Well, maid is too nice a word to Continue Reading[...]
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American Spirit

June 1, 2005 Herb 0
I was listening to the song, “The Battle of New Orleans” by Johnny Horton the other day. Actually, I like the version with Eddy Albert singing better, but Mr. Horton was a history teacher and wrote several songs (Does anyone have his Continue Reading[...]