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Re: Trackdown Trump
« Reply #30 on: January 31, 2019, 0007 UTC »
HAHA! I knew someone would remember him!
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Re: Trackdown Trump
« Reply #31 on: January 31, 2019, 0705 UTC »
I was in Key West as kid when my sister and I walked to the store to get a soda. We ran into a guy outside in only a Speedo and a white fisherman's cap watching a sub leave the Naval base. The only parts of that guy free of hair were his palms, the soles of his feet, his forehead and the areas around his neck it looked like his barber shaved. Couldn't tell about the rest of his head, due to the cap. He was a sight to behold and inspire. I remember thinking, "I hope I have that much body hair when I grow up!"

Alas, I fell short. I could never raise a good crop of shoulder hair to connect my back hair to my chest hair.

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Re: Trackdown Trump
« Reply #32 on: January 31, 2019, 1551 UTC »
Back to Trump, what is this tape thing about?

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Re: Trackdown Trump
« Reply #33 on: January 31, 2019, 1906 UTC »
It's what holds his rug on.

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Re: Trackdown Trump
« Reply #34 on: January 31, 2019, 2154 UTC »
I was in Key West as kid when my sister and I walked to the store to get a soda. We ran into a guy outside in only a Speedo and a white fisherman's cap watching a sub leave the Naval base. The only parts of that guy free of hair were his palms, the soles of his feet, his forehead and the areas around his neck it looked like his barber shaved. Couldn't tell about the rest of his head, due to the cap. He was a sight to behold and inspire. I remember thinking, "I hope I have that much body hair when I grow up!"

Alas, I fell short. I could never raise a good crop of shoulder hair to connect my back hair to my chest hair.

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Re: Trackdown Trump
« Reply #35 on: February 02, 2019, 0135 UTC »
I was there when it was nothing much more than a bunch of plywood cutouts.

There were several tourist traps from just east of Cincy all along that stretch of the Ohio River down to Metropolis, Illinois, where "Big John" the giant figure outside the supermarket would be dressed up as "Superman" once a year. Hole-In-The-Rock got a ton of visitors because it was used in the movie "How The West Was Won".

I've got a ton of relatives on both sides of the Ohio River down that way. They can keep them there.

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Re: Trackdown Trump
« Reply #36 on: February 02, 2019, 1428 UTC »
You guys know she had Kurt murdered, right?

I'm flashing back to my years in Seattle. My favorite public access TV show there (in a city with some real good ones) was "See It Now Person To Person - Kurt Cobain Was Murdered." I swear that I haven't seen a less self aware jackass than "journalist" Richard Lee. Some shows he would just rerun older stuff after he'd processed it to the point of illegibility - only if you had paid any attention when it first ran would you have a clue that it was footage of him harassing Krist Novoselic at a book signing.

I moved to Seattle in 1998 and I remember seeing Kurt Cobain Was Murdered on public access. And while the show is no longer on the air, Richard Lee is still around, as I saw him recently shopping in a local grocery store. No, I didn't acknowledge his presence...

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Re: Trackdown Trump
« Reply #37 on: February 02, 2019, 1635 UTC »
I moved to Seattle in 1998 and I remember seeing Kurt Cobain Was Murdered on public access. And while the show is no longer on the air, Richard Lee is still around, as I saw him recently shopping in a local grocery store. No, I didn't acknowledge his presence...

That guy looked like hell 20 years ago. How is he making ends meet, I wonder? He had been an actual print journalist at one time before he was consumed by his Cobain obsession. Then again, one has to wonder how he got by back then as well. Perhaps a trust fund.
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