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No Thanks PT. Am looking for a portable air conditioner though - second hand even. As long as the price is right. Any thoughts ?
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I think Hollywood has a second hand one he may part with.
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Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

I think Hollywood has a second hand one he may part with.
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Malcolm Turnbull has aged alarmingly in recent times.    

Prognosis would be a broken heart or a fall from his pedestal.
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Malcolm Turnbull has aged alarmingly in recent times.    

Prognosis would be a broken heart or a fall from his pedestal.


Wish Lucy would spruce herself up a bit .
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Originally posted by acacia alba acacia alba wrote:

Originally posted by maccamax maccamax wrote:

Malcolm Turnbull has aged alarmingly in recent times.    

Prognosis would be a broken heart or a fall from his pedestal.


Wish Lucy would spruce herself up a bit .


Ugly bxtch aye AA....    Mal might pass on to get away from her .
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Larry Pickering ..    Not going good at all .

Has been Hospitalised but wants to end the days at home .

Being discharged to home care   ( terminal )
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US Country music star Roy Clarke died yesterday.

While he was a star in the period just after world war two, through the 50's, he gained a new fan base, when he had a major role in the countrycentric show, Hee Haw, which was a show in the 60's which was the country version of the Smithers Brothers comedy/variety show.

Clarke also played a role in the creation of the city they call the Las Vegas of the east, Branson, in the state of Missouri. At its height, just like vegas, you could see the main street of Branson, from space, due to all the neon signage.   
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Been thru Branson.  Was a major country music city, bit like Nashville, only more glitzy.  But it seemed to die , not sure why.  Trying to get the brain to work, and think of the other C&W star who was either born there or involved with the place in some way.  Maybe Merle Haggard , not sure tho.  Too long ago since my Nashville days.
Saw Ole Roy many times at the Grand Ole Opry.  Geez he would have been ancient wouldnt he ?
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Originally posted by acacia alba acacia alba wrote:

Been thru Branson.  Was a major country music city, bit like Nashville, only more glitzy.  But it seemed to die , not sure why.  Trying to get the brain to work, and think of the other C&W star who was either born there or involved with the place in some way.  Maybe Merle Haggard , not sure tho.  Too long ago since my Nashville days.
Saw Ole Roy many times at the Grand Ole Opry.  Geez he would have been ancient wouldnt he ?
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I have been trying to confirm it aa but I think it was the country performer who first started a theatre there so they did not have to do national tours, and their fans could come and watch them was Mel Tillis.

Trying to confirm but he either had a bit to do with the initial theatre building, or started performing there, with Roy Clark.
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Great clip Whale!Thumbs Up

Remember the song, never saw Hee Haw, but I do recall the Smothers Brothers - funny!
In reference to every post in the Trump thread ... "There may have been a tiny bit of license taken there" ... Ok, Thanks for the "heads up" PT!
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[QUOTE=VOYAGER]I have been trying to confirm it aa but I think it was the country performer who first started a theatre there so they did not have to do national tours, and their fans could come and watch them was Mel Tillis.

Trying to confirm but he either had a bit to do with the initial theatre building, or started performing there, with Roy Clark.[/QUOT

Thats him, Voyager !   Clap  Muttering Mel Tillis.  It came to me about 3am this morning , as most things I try to remember do.
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