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So, once again 'Fenders is being slammed.....can't hit the hole/target....shooting blanks...ya might as well just accuse him of putting a Chevy crate motor in the '53! Or call him "condescending". Poor guy can't get a break!
 
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So, once again 'Fenders is being slammed.....can't hit the hole/target....shooting blanks...ya might as well just accuse him of putting a Chevy crate motor in the '53! Or call him "condescending". Poor guy can't get a break!
Finally someone else notices how I am mistreated around here.

Besides, I thought I told you we are moth balling the Howitzers for a few years. We're MPs for now. And I've half a mind to stack yall up nekkid and take some pictures. Have to search the Yahoo yellow pages and see if I can get a street address. Think I'll start with a search for "smarta$$ pennsylvanian" and see what comes up.
 
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Neighbors? Nah. His "boyhood" home is on the next block. A little frame job that you wouldn't think he lived in... but he did. His mother-in-law is the only family here. Nice lady, I understand, from those who know her.
 
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Actually, 'Fenders, I had to stick up for you. I noticed you live in the Quad Cities which is under 90 min. away-close enough fer that artillery ta hit! And all our cornfield "camo" is being harvested as I speak....

God bless Iowa-the only Midwestern state that makes Illinois actually feel superior about its crappy roads.
 
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Actually, 'Fenders, I had to stick up for you. I noticed you live in the Quad Cities which is under 90 min. away-close enough fer that artillery ta hit! And all our cornfield "camo" is being harvested as I speak....

God bless Iowa-the only Midwestern state that makes Illinois actually feel superior about its crappy roads.
See how good this profile thingie works? I just drove past Peoria this afternoon. We'll have to get together sometime.
 
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(hey ?? did you see that guy run by ??? looked an awful lot like Ned Beatty!!)

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Isn't Hueytown the home of those Allison boys? Ahhh, those were the good ol' days of NASCAR...tappin' Petty jes' a little...bumpin' Pearson jes' a little...punchin' Cale jes' a little...on national TV...
 
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So "in my garage" doesn't cut it then???

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So "in my garage" doesn't cut it then???

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In your case, as with Noilon, it is sometimes also nice to know where to stay away from.
 
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Originally Posted by Homespun91
Isn't Hueytown the home of those Allison boys? Ahhh, those were the good ol' days of NASCAR...tappin' Petty jes' a little...bumpin' Pearson jes' a little...punchin' Cale jes' a little...on national TV...

Yep.... still go to church with whats left of the Allisons... and was a friend of Neal Bonnett.... surveyed the property he built his house on... Still see Red Farmer fairly often at the "Morning Coffee" meeting at Mcdonalds... Nascar is still a religion in this neighborhood... any big civic event brings out Davey's old car... one of the local photographers bought it from Bobby and fully restored it to race condition.

well maybe you can't find 'where' in Hueytown I live

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In your case, as with Noilon, it is sometimes also nice to know where to stay away from.
Touche, 4tl8ford! I set myself up for that one!!!

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So I went to my "user CP", clicked on "edit gallery", found the "location" field so I could change "California" to include the city I live in, and no-can-do? Am I missing something or just having a "California" moment???

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Boy, I ought to be slapped upside the head for forgetting Neal. Red wuz a little before my time, but I've read about him-didn't know he was from Hueytown.

As far as yer location, I seem to recall a picture of your garage posted sometime this year that showed the house number. Besides, how big can Hueytown be?

Oops, just looked on the atlas & discovered both the 15,000 odd pop. of Hueytown, plus the fact it's right next to Birmingham. Looks like yer safe for the moment, we won't be dropping in unexpectedly for dinner anytime soon!
 
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"Oops, just looked on the atlas & discovered both the 15,000 odd pop. of Hueytown"

Homespun,

Just to clarify, those are Pre-Hurricane Hueytown stats. Most people in AL live in mobile homes. At least the ones they interview after the tornaders do. They probably live a few counties north now. I seem to recall some statute where you get free lot rent for a year wherever it ends up.

And my favorite old timer was David Pearson. No idea what year, but a Daytona 500 finish between him and Petty will forever be my favorite race ending.
 

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