Another Classic Snarky Puppy Track, Remixed and Remastered: “The Good Man Deliver and the Best Is Blessed”

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Snarky Puppy - The Good Man Deliver and The Best is Blessed
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Recorded and filmed live (free of overdubs) at Dockside Studio Recordings in Maurice, LA on Saturday, November 21, 2009.

Written and arranged by Bill Laurance.
Produced by Michael League.

Personnel:
Michael League: electric bass, keybass
Bill Laurance: piano, keyboards
Shaun Martin: Moog, Hammond B3 organ
Justin Stanton: Fender Rhodes, keyboards
Mark Lettieri: electric guitar
Bob Lanzetti: electric guitar
Chris McQueen: electric guitar
Nate Werth: percussion
Robert ‘Sput’ Searight: drums
Jay Jennings: trumpet, flugelhorn
Mike ‘Maz’ Maher: trumpet
Ian Rapien: tenor saxophone
Chris Bullock: tenor saxophone
Zach Brock: violin
Eylem Basaldi - viola
Shawna Hamilton - cello
TaRon Lockett - drums

Engineered by Eric Hartman.
Filmed, directed by Andy LaViolette.
Film produced by Andy LaViolette and Michael League.
New mix by Nic Hard in New York, NY.
New master by Dave McNair Mastering in Winston-Salem, NC.
Original mix by Eric Hartman, Korey Richey, Eric Heigel at Dockside Studio Recordings in Maurice, LA.

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1
Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 28, 2020 • 6:25:11pm

Get out those votes, folks. Unlike the Republican fever dreams, we ain’t harvestin’ any.

2
A Mom Anon  Sep 28, 2020 • 6:36:53pm

re: #1 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

My kid’s and mine went to the ballot drop off box at the local library. Still waiting on the husband’s to get here…GOTV. Fuck fascists, with rusty farm implements. ALL the rusty farm implements.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 28, 2020 • 6:37:44pm

re: #2 A Mom Anon

My kid’s and mine went to the ballot drop off box at the local library. Still waiting on the husband’s to get here…GOTV. Fuck fascists, with rusty farm implements. ALL the rusty farm implements.

I watched my ballots depart with the morning mail truck, as I can see the mailbox outside my front window where I have my home office.

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Decatur Deb  Sep 28, 2020 • 6:40:47pm

Hey scoffers—there is film of our last ballot ballet:

Swan Lake, Minnesota 1982

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Anymouse 🌹🏡😷  Sep 28, 2020 • 6:40:47pm

re: #2 A Mom Anon

My kid’s and mine went to the ballot drop off box at the local library. Still waiting on the husband’s to get here…GOTV. Fuck fascists, with rusty farm implements. ALL the rusty farm implements.

Disk harrow for the win.

6
Dread Pirate Ron  Sep 28, 2020 • 6:41:41pm
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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 28, 2020 • 6:42:05pm

re: #5 Anymouse 🌹🏡😷

Disk harrow for the win.

I was thinking of a nice subsoiler, but I think you win that exchange.

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retired cynic  Sep 28, 2020 • 6:43:02pm

re: #7 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

I was thinking of a nice subsoiler, but I think you win that exchange.

Oh, I think I’d go with the subsoiler!

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 28, 2020 • 6:48:09pm

re: #8 retired cynic

Oh, I think I’d go with the subsoiler!

This guy gets it.

An aside, I actually saw one in use (hence the reason it came to mind…) I didn’t think it warranted the size of tractor it was hitched to, until I watched the operator drop it in all the way to the frame. Then it registered.

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retired cynic  Sep 28, 2020 • 6:49:58pm

re: #9 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

This guy gets it.

An aside, I actually saw one in use (hence the reason it came to mind…) I didn’t think it warranted the size of tractor it was hitched to, until I watched the operator drop it in all the way to the frame. Then it registered.

Our ‘big’ tractor wasn’t all that big, so our subsoiler only had 5 ‘teeth’. You could plant ‘em and stand the tractor on its hind feet!

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 28, 2020 • 6:51:41pm

re: #10 retired cynic

Our ‘big’ tractor wasn’t all that big, so our subsoiler only had 5 ‘teeth’. You could plant ‘em and stand the tractor on its hind feet!

I remember my dad trying to help my neighbor till his 12.5 acres of northern Indiana clay with his 1956 John Deere. He ran a 3-bottom moldboard plow behind it, and late that night, I could look out my bedroom window and see the manifold glowing red under the hood.

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retired cynic  Sep 28, 2020 • 6:53:37pm

re: #11 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

I remember my dad trying to help my neighbor till his 12.5 acres of northern Indiana clay with his 1956 John Deere. He ran a 3-bottom moldboard plow behind it, and late that night, I could look out my bedroom window and see the manifold glowing red under the hood.

My husband LOVED his ol’ John Deere tractors, particularly the two-cylinder antiques. When they hit their pop pop pop pop he would nearly swoon.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 28, 2020 • 6:54:55pm

re: #12 retired cynic

My husband LOVED his ol’ John Deere tractors, particularly the two-cylinder antiques. When they hit their pop pop pop pop he would nearly swoon.

That’s what my dad has. He has 8 2-cylinders, including the complete “20 series” - 320, 420, 520, 620, 720, 820 from 1956-1958 - a 3010 with a loader that he uses for his heavy lifting, and a 4020.

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retired cynic  Sep 28, 2020 • 6:57:25pm

re: #13 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

That’s what my dad has. He has 8 2-cylinders, including the complete “20 series” - 320, 420, 520, 620, 720, 820 from 1956-1958 - a 3010 with a loader that he uses for his heavy lifting, and a 4020.

Whoa! We had a 620, two 720s, and a 4020 that did most of the work. All were LP.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 28, 2020 • 6:59:47pm

re: #14 retired cynic

Whoa! We had a 620, two 720s, and a 4020 that did most of the work. All were LP.

The 720, 820, and 4020 are diesel, and the other two non-20 series are a 1944 H (my mom’s tractor) and a G of unknown vintage that was my dad’s most recent acquisition. I cut my teeth working on those things on school nights and weekends - changing the oil, filing points, sanding and filling and painting. 3/4 of them are fully restored, and my dad and I did the majority. I know those metal monsters like the back of my hand. I had my own tractor in my teenage years, since sold, that I used to drive to my neighbor’s house and that I took to “bring your tractor to school day” that we just made up on the spot.

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I Would Prefer Not To  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:01:10pm

We can only hope this is true

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retired cynic  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:03:04pm

re: #15 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

The 720, 820, and 4020 are diesel, and the other two non-20 series are a 1944 H (my mom’s tractor) and a G of unknown vintage that was my dad’s most recent acquisition. I cut my teeth working on those things on school nights and weekends - changing the oil, filing points, sanding and filling and painting. 3/4 of them are fully restored, and my dad and I did the majority. I know those metal monsters like the back of my hand. I had my own tractor in my teenage years, since sold, that I used to drive to my neighbor’s house and that I took to “bring your tractor to school day” that we just made up on the spot.

Ours weren’t pretty. They were workhorses. I never drove any but the last 720, raking hay. We rebuilt that one on the farm, having a couple of brothers that worked for us that could do about anything with anything mechanical. They rebuilt my T-top Camaro’s engine in our kitchen one winter. Good memories!

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I Would Prefer Not To  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:04:57pm

Bye people. Trying to write some new material for a pop up show on Thursday Night.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:05:10pm

re: #17 retired cynic

Ours weren’t pretty. They were workhorses. I never drove any but the last 720, raking hay. We rebuilt that one on the farm, having a couple of brothers that worked for us that could do about anything with anything mechanical. They rebuilt my T-top Camaro’s engine in our kitchen one winter. Good memories!

Yeah, we were collectors, though Dad did start using the 720 once he started meeting up with other farmer/collectors; the 720, his baby, his oldest child, was the one pulling the 3-bottom that night. He still uses it to till the gardens on their 37 acres back in fish country. I am sad that I’m not close by to help him keep up with the fleet; he’s probably going to sell the majority of his collection soon, since he can’t maintain them on his own and doesn’t have any readily available help. Those LP engines on yours would be valuable today.

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Michele: Out of the closet, Into the fire  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:05:43pm

re: #5 Anymouse 🌹🏡😷

Disk harrow for the win.

Field rake followed by a hay chopper then the disk harrow for the win.

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retired cynic  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:06:57pm

re: #19 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

I had to sell them all when I sold that last of the farm ground. Even if my husband wasn’t aware of what was going on, I couldn’t do that until he was gone.

Didn’t get much of anything for them, unfortunately. When you have to sell, people take advantage of that.

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A Mom Anon  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:08:42pm

Kamala Harris is on MSNBC right now. FYI

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:09:34pm

re: #21 retired cynic

I had to sell them all when I sold that last of the farm ground. Even if my husband wasn’t aware of what was going on, I couldn’t do that until he was gone.

Didn’t get much of anything for them, unfortunately. When you have to sell, people take advantage of that.

I totally understand. I remember how cutthroat my dad would be at auctions. I was forbidden to speak for a while since, being on the autism spectrum, I have zero comprehension of social cues and couldn’t pick up on the fact that the cunning bidders were listening to me and using my words to drive up prices on equipment my dad wanted to buy.

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retired cynic  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:10:42pm

re: #23 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

I never went to the auctions. Made me too nervous!

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:12:00pm

re: #24 retired cynic

I never went to the auctions. Made me too nervous!

Our preferred stop was a motor-mouthed Southern boy named Dennis Polk, out of New Paris, Indiana. I liked Dennis; he was, and still may be, one of the best there is in the farm equipment business. It’s an intense atmosphere and there’s nothing like it in the world. I could people-watch at an auction for days.

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Decatur Deb  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:15:31pm

re: #25 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

Our preferred stop was a motor-mouthed Southern boy named Dennis Polk, out of New Paris, Indiana. I liked Dennis; he was, and still may be, one of the best there is in the farm equipment business. It’s an intense atmosphere and there’s nothing like it in the world. I could people-watch at an auction for days.

Used to love the local car and equipment auction; cash-only, filled with good ol’ boys in bib overalls with briefcases handcuffed to their wrists.

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Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:16:27pm

re: #16 I Would Prefer Not To

Because both are complicit in the crimes of their father, so if Donnie is thrown out of office and prosecutors go after him, the boys will be caught too.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:16:30pm

re: #26 Decatur Deb

Used to love the local car and equipment auction; cash-only, filled with good ol’ boys in bib overalls with briefcases handcuffed to their wrists.

The farm auctions are filled with Amish folk. That may seem like a bit of a contradiction, but they definitely had their eyes on some things that weren’t strictly powered, and I’m sure they enjoyed the demonstration of the things that were.

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William Lewis  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:23:46pm

re: #12 retired cynic

My husband LOVED his ol’ John Deere tractors, particularly the two-cylinder antiques. When they hit their pop pop pop pop he would nearly swoon.

I can appreciate them but I got a love for Case from my grandfather. He’d take me to the shows to see tractors like this:

Nothing like the sound of the steam piston driving the flywheel off to a thresher.

I did not appreciate the narrow front wheel tractor we used on the farm as much. Always thought that SOB was about to flip over on me.

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calochortus  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:23:48pm

re: #4 Decatur Deb

Hey scoffers—there is film of our last ballot ballet:

[Embedded content]

Video

I actually saw this decades ago. Presumably on PBS.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:24:49pm

re: #29 William Lewis

That’s fair. Case steam tractors are amazing, and I loved seeing them at shows, although I was always nervous because anyone who’s attended more than about 3 tractor shows has heard a story about a steam tractor boiler exploding.

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dangerman  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:26:10pm
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Decatur Deb  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:26:45pm

re: #30 calochortus

I actually saw this decades ago. Presumably on PBS.

Yes—Joseph Papp production for Minnesota ETV. When we saw it (1973), we had a little B&W TV, so it was a shock to see it’s in color.

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William Lewis  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:27:09pm

re: #31 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

That’s fair. Case steam tractors are amazing, and I loved seeing them at shows, although I was always nervous because anyone who’s attended more than about 3 tractor shows has heard a story about a steam tractor boiler exploding.

Heh. It does happen but more often in tales than in reality. Just something beautiful about that steam punk era.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:28:08pm

re: #34 William Lewis

Heh. It does happen but more often in tales than in reality. Just something beautiful about that steam punk era.

I always knew when the threshing demo was on when I saw the sudden billow of furnace smoke and the shriek of the steam whistle.

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stpaulbear  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:28:57pm

re: #28 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

The farm auctions are filled with Amish folk. That may seem like a bit of a contradiction, but they definitely had their eyes on some things that weren’t strictly powered, and I’m sure they enjoyed the demonstration of the things that were.

I visited three Amish farms in southern MN with a seed salesman (I was staying at his B&B and he invited me along for his rounds). One of the farmers was trying to talk the salesman into driving him up to a huge used farm equipment lot in northern MN. He didn’t drive but he wanted to go up there sooo bad.

That’s the only thing I can add to this conversation…

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Kilroy was here  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:29:43pm

I hope Biden calls Trump “Brokeahontas” during the debate…

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:30:16pm

re: #36 stpaulbear

It strikes me as ironic that the Amish community here in MN seems to be about as big as the Amish community in north central IN, near where I call “fish country” that I left all those years ago.

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retired cynic  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:30:57pm

re: #29 William Lewis

I can appreciate them but I got a love for Case from my grandfather. He’d take me to the shows to see tractors like this:

[Embedded content]

Nothing like the sound of the steam piston driving the flywheel off to a thresher.

I did not appreciate the narrow front wheel tractor we used on the farm as much. Always thought that SOB was about to flip over on me.

Our ‘big’ tractor was a Case, but it wasn’t very big, compared to everyone else. And I don’t know why we had narrow front end tractors, but all our JD’s were pedestal front ends. One pedestal broke and rolled, but fortunately, VERY fortunately, our hired man hit the ground running, and wasn’t hurt.

We also had a hired man that was an idiot, and tried to fill one of our 720s while it was running. Naturally, it caught on fire. He didn’t turn it off, just got off and ran down the road. I was cooking, and heard what I thought was a jet plane in our yard. It was a blow torch going 80 feet in the air, when the top of the main propane tank blew. Also pushed back pressure up into our tenant house and caught it on fire from the pilot lights on everything. Luckily, by that time, the rural fire department had arrived to watch the fun, and they got to put out the house.

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Decatur Deb  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:31:33pm

re: #36 stpaulbear

I visited three Amish farms in southern MN with a seed salesman (I was staying at his B&B and he invited me along for his rounds). One of the farmers was trying to talk the salesman into driving him up to a huge used farm equipment lot in northern MN. He didn’t drive but he wanted to go up there sooo bad.

That’s the only thing I can add to this conversation…

The Minnesota farm-ballet ties in because the hunter who kills Odette drapes her over the hood of his tractor like a deer.

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i(m)p(each)sos  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:32:32pm

re: #37 Kilroy was here

I hope Biden calls Trump “Brokeahontas” during the debate…

I have some indigenous friends in my twitter TL who are not at all happy with that particular line of humor, and I’m inclined to defer to them.

Plus, there are lots of higher roads Biden could take that would be more stinging anyway.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:32:45pm

re: #39 retired cynic

The narrow front ends were preferred when doing “row” crops such as corn, as the tires would fit between the rows. That was when some cultivation was still performed while the crop was growing.

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calochortus  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:33:54pm

re: #40 Decatur Deb

The Minnesota farm-ballet ties in because the hunter who kills Odette drapes her over the hood of his tractor like a deer.

I think it was on top of his car-which would be the entire reason I remember seeing this.

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Decatur Deb  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:35:59pm

re: #43 calochortus

I think it was on top of his car-which would be the entire reason I remember seeing this.

Could be—it was 45 years ago.

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Decatur Deb  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:36:35pm

re: #42 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

The narrow front ends were preferred when doing “row” crops such as corn, as the tires would fit between the rows. That was when some cultivation was still performed while the crop was growing.

Do you mean it’s not any more?

Young Man Who Wouldn’t Hoe Corn

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retired cynic  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:37:31pm

re: #45 Decatur Deb

Do you mean it’s not any more?

[Embedded content]

Nope. They rely on chemical kill.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:37:48pm

re: #45 Decatur Deb

Do you mean it’s not any more?

[Embedded content]

My modern friends seem to insist it’s all spray ‘n’ pray these days. I don’t see a lot of activity in the fields between germination and harvest, anyway.

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Decatur Deb  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:38:49pm

re: #46 retired cynic

re: #47 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

Kids these days.

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retired cynic  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:39:51pm

re: #48 Decatur Deb

Yep, high school kids used to earn money in the summers hoeing weeds out of beans, or de-tassling corn.

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stpaulbear  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:40:40pm

re: #43 calochortus

I think it was on top of his car-which would be the entire reason I remember seeing this.

I do remember seeing it on MN Public TV at the time, but it didn’t do anything for me and I’d completely forgotten it.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:40:42pm

re: #49 retired cynic

Yep, high school kids used to earn money in the summers hoeing weeds out of beans, or de-tassling corn.

De-tassling was the biggest summer job among my friends when I was growing up. Me, I hated manual labor and summer heat, so I worked retail. Which is where I learned compassion and just how fucking stupid people could be.

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Decatur Deb  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:41:48pm

The Prairie Home Companion episode of LGF was brought to you by the Ketchup Council.

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calochortus  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:42:11pm

re: #50 stpaulbear

I do remember seeing it on MN Public TV at the time, but it didn’t do anything for me and I’d completely forgotten it.

I guess it was just the story of another day in Minnesota for you? ;)

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stpaulbear  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:43:35pm

re: #49 retired cynic

Walking The Beans

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i(m)p(each)sos  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:44:15pm

re: #52 Decatur Deb

the Prairie Home Companion episode of LGF was brought to you by the Ketchup Council.

I always learn something from LGF After Dark.

I never know quite what that something will be, but it’s always something.

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jaunte  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:45:13pm

re: #52 Decatur Deb

Ketchup- for the good times.

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mmmirele  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:45:58pm

re: #49 retired cynic

Yep, high school kids used to earn money in the summers hoeing weeds out of beans, or de-tassling corn.

My dad and his siblings weren’t paid to work on the farm, it was expected of them. There were the daily chores of milking the cows (the boys) and skimming the cream (their sister). My aunt Emma told me how much she hated cleaning the device that skimmed the cream. Oh and my grandmother left the beans on the vines until they were dry, and she’d give you the evil eye if you dropped one. Farming—sharecropping—was *tough*.

That’s a big reason why the two boys joined the Army and the daughter married an Air Force guy. They didn’t want to farm, and they didn’t.

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jaunte  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:46:55pm

Like a lyric from A Chorus Line.

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teleskiguy  Sep 28, 2020 • 7:58:41pm
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Belafon  Sep 28, 2020 • 8:00:43pm
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jaunte  Sep 28, 2020 • 8:00:48pm
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🌹UOJB!  Sep 28, 2020 • 8:15:29pm

re: #61 jaunte

I always wondered why I bought Tide…

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🌹UOJB!  Sep 28, 2020 • 8:18:25pm

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jaunte  Sep 28, 2020 • 8:22:19pm

This is just nuts.

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plansbandc  Sep 28, 2020 • 8:54:59pm
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Interesting Times  Sep 28, 2020 • 8:59:19pm
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jaunte  Sep 28, 2020 • 9:13:33pm
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jaunte  Sep 28, 2020 • 9:14:22pm
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plansbandc  Sep 28, 2020 • 9:15:49pm
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Belafon  Sep 28, 2020 • 9:15:55pm

re: #67 jaunte

He should have started that with “another” rather than “one” but otherwise it’s spot on.

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NO SMOCKING GUN!  Sep 28, 2020 • 9:16:10pm

re: #64 jaunte

This is just nuts.

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It went great from Trump’s POV; he unloaded a lot of bad debt onto marks who trusted him when his casinos went public, just like he planned.

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Belafon  Sep 28, 2020 • 9:17:40pm

re: #64 jaunte

This is just nuts.

[Embedded content]

Which company?

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jaunte  Sep 28, 2020 • 9:18:23pm

re: #71 NO SMOCKING GUN!

It’s crazy that that particular kind of fraud is legal.

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NO SMOCKING GUN!  Sep 28, 2020 • 9:18:50pm

Another high quality poll has Biden at +9 in Pennsylvania tonight; the second such poll tonight. According to fivethirtyeight.com, there is 1 chance in 3 that Pennsylvania will be the tipping point state.

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jaunte  Sep 28, 2020 • 9:19:25pm

re: #72 Belafon

Trump Entertainment Resorts, Inc.
en.wikipedia.org

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NO SMOCKING GUN!  Sep 28, 2020 • 9:19:37pm

re: #72 Belafon

Which company?

The one for his Atlantic City Casinos.

P.s. what Jaunte said above.

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NO SMOCKING GUN!  Sep 28, 2020 • 9:21:45pm

re: #73 jaunte

It’s crazy that that particular kind of fraud is legal.

It is outrageous what rich white men get away with; they are basically above the law, because they buy the politicians who write it.

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BlueSpotinAL  Sep 29, 2020 • 11:11:03am

re: #34 William Lewis

BtVPKjL4B/bao1s+vgCi9k+mN1tZYHilwxSCqc3pKkmTe4FBtT9RAhZvufEzd7B1UO+/S9jUqHUnoPZVb97aqahuduhdgK1ZqQWCSx0IX2lSUf7Hc7cpcYA0TrUeJcqOGxn8hzYvZKXVIzydnZxloTyoEG1dXsUnAQa5U4Suma3f5CVcu2i8kHgsnm00G/PF

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William Lewis  Sep 29, 2020 • 11:18:05am

re: #78 BlueSpotinAL

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#Thegreatpoolpondconversion - 201011The weather held out just long enough that we could start painting the deck. It is tedious work and still quite tiring in the heat.Just one line in the notes says 'paint deck' but it's gonna translate into many, many ...
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For What It’s Worth - Buffalo Springfield (Cover by Del McCoury Band and Friends) Now Available Digitally:rainmaker.lnk.to See the new release from this jam session of "One Kind Favor" (See That My Grave Is Kept Clean) - Blind Lemon Jeffeson.YouTube A few months ago, a bunch of friends got together to play music ...
Thanos
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Trevor Noah: A Primer on 21st Century “Militias” [VIDEO] A toxic mix of racism and paranoid conspiracy fantasies has propagated the worst among us to arm themselves to the teeth in anticipation for the slaughter of their fellow citizens. Militias have been a part of America since it ...
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(49) Mandolin Orange - Unknown Legend (Neil Young Cover)Echo Mountain stream. July 24th, 2020.
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The Expanse - Season 5 Official Trailer The future of The Belt has begun as Marco Inaros wages Armageddon against the Inners for a lifetime of oppression and injustice. » Watch the new season of The Expanse now exclusively with your Prime Membership: bit.ly» SUBSCRIBE: bit.ly ...
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Cellist Plays to Mourn Cathedral Shelled in Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict A historic cathedral has been shelled amid the Armenian-Azerbaijan conflict in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh, or Artsakh, region, where hundreds have been killed and tens of thousands displaced after two weeks of new fighting. On the evening of Thursday 8 ...
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