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Have a great day Boys and girls!! first cocktail is on me at 5:00 tonight!!!!!!!!
Somewhere it's gotta be 5:00 ;);)
 

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Morning George, what's a Friday? :D
 

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Its the day that we working folk get to have beer at the end of the day on.
 

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I used to go out and tear up the town on Friday nights, now I prefer to spend my Friday evening cleaning my guns, sharpening my knives, detailing and working on my motorcycle, drinking a Crown and Coke - hold the coke please, and watching old reruns of Gunsmoke. Now that's happiness. And BTW, John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, and Bruce Willis combined couldn't hold a candle to Matt Dillon. Not even close!
 

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My, my, how little boys grow up so fast. ;)
 

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Uh, I'm not too sure about the Matt Dillon reference. The Duke was pretty heavy hitter. Clint can do it all, from today to way back yesterday.
Matt, on the other hand, always had Festus, Newly and Chester as backup. Chester, by the way, was a pretty tough hombre hisself, (Navy pilot in WWII, track and field athlete in college). Festus also did a lot of work with The Duke.
Matt Dillon spent wayyyyy too much time trying to hustle Miss Kitty. Matt, James Arness, was a pretty knarly dude in his own right. 6 feet 6 or so. He was also a WWII vet. He was in the Army and was wounded in Europe.
Eastwood was also in The Army but he never saw combat.
Suffice to say, I'd take any I've mentioned on my side. Especially Clint. :)


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What there a PBS special I missed on actor biographies?
 

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James Arness little brother was Peter Graves, the star of Mission Impossible a TV series back in the late 60's early 70's.
 

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James Arness little brother was Peter Graves, the star of Mission Impossible a TV series back in the late 60's early 70's.
I actually knew that one.
 

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Not me but my wife did of course she's two months older than me so that probably explains it :D
Oh, boy, are you looking for trouble. That's one fact you'd be better off forgetting.
 
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James Arness little brother was Peter Graves, the star of Mission Impossible a TV series back in the late 60's early 70's.
I loved that show back in the day, but if I was going to pick a stage name it wouldn't be Peter Graves. {sounds like a cemetery where ya bury your man junk}
Just like the race car driver Dick Trickle,I wouldn't have that one either..{sounds like what ya get when ya get some bad nookie}...:eek:
 

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I loved that show back in the day, but if I was going to pick a stage name it wouldn't be Peter Graves. {sounds like a cemetery where ya bury your man junk}
Just like the race car driver Dick Trickle,I wouldn't have that one either..{sounds like what ya get when ya get some bad nookie}...:eek:
That's funny!!!
 

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Wow Jeff for a guy that hasn't had much sleep you're really on a roll this morning.
 
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