[tcb] Re: What about me?

DONE! What's your mailing address?

Allan

--- Denis Dodson <coocoo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> The Telefunken is sitting in the house, abandoned. It was just too big
> to be 
> packed for home. I would be thrilled if you wanted to go get it. Let me
> know 
> and I will tell the realtor to let you in.
> 
> 
> 
> 
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "a riggs" <redvan71@xxxxxxxxx>
> To: <tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Monday, October 24, 2005 8:40 PM
> Subject: [tcb] Re: What about me?
> 
> 
> > So what happened to the Telefunken?
> >
> >
> > --- Denis Dodson <coocoo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >
> >> So with all this saddness in the family the real important question
> >> arises: WHAT ABOUT ME?!
> >>
> >> I know some of you think I have it easy, but you would be wrong! I
> >> forgot the antenna to my Sirius Satellite Radio so I had to listen to
> >> ordinary radio for my whole trip! Well, until I saw a new slimmed
> down
> >> receiver at Walmart (probably made by cold and naked 7 year olds in a
> >> Korean prison, but hey, the price was right). Then my MP3 player
> started
> >> acting up and I had to yell at the girl at Circuit City until they
> gave
> >> me a new one.
> >>
> >> I won 3 trophies at Paul's shows. I would have won 4 but they gave my
> >> second "longest distance" one to a guy from Tulsa. Some loophole that
> he
> >> actually drove his bus. If I wanted to be picky I could have asked
> for
> >> "longest trailered". At least I won more than Everette. By the way,
> he
> >> finally gave me the catologue number for the weatherstrip rubber, but
> I
> >> wrote it on the back of my ballot and then I dropped it in the ballot
> >> box...He gave the number to...Ronnie?... I need it, again.
> >>
> >> The VOSA show was in a terrific site. Paul needs Allan to teach him
> to
> >> drive.
> >>
> >> I ate seared fois gras with a raspberry BBQ sauce and chicken fried
> >> oysters, a delicious roasted chile relleno, (not fried) at Mi
> Tierra's,
> >> all kinds of stuff from Central Market...
> >>
> >> Speaking of Mi Tierra's, when we had dinner there, Steve's third
> world
> >> friends won both the prizes. I think they were totally mystified. Do
> >> Americans often win inexpensive clothing at dinner?
> >>
> >> I found that a person can easily fit two full sized grandfather
> clocks,
> >> a heavy wooden dining room table with the leafs removed and five big
> >> boxes full of glassware in a splitty bus. Try that in a Dodge
> Caravan. I
> >> loaded it and five more plastic storage bins, an antique ice box and
> a
> >> sewing machine onto the trailer. For the first time the big Toyota
> knew
> >> that it had a load.
> >>
> >> Jan had earlier asked if we could have sheetrock or something put on
> the
> >> walls downstairs, in the theater/my room. I came home to find that
> >> Travis, my homebuilder worker bee, had taken my instructions to
> "panel
> >> in the walls" to mean "strip out the entire room completely, put
> >> everything I own out onto the driveway under a tarp, and install all
> new
> >> wall studs, canister lights in the ceiling, build in surroundsound
> >> speakers with central junction boxes for all electronic connections
> >> including telephone and network, re-rout the heat/AC ducting and put
> >> down an epoxy floor" I nixed the floor idea. I have to feel like I am
> in
> >> charge.
> >>
> >> But since he had to rip out all the wiring, I have NO TV! I had to
> watch
> >> 60 minutes on Jan's little 15''. It made my eyes hurt.
> >>
> >> And the refrigerator in the kitchen is DEAD. Muerto. Has been since I
> >> left. Under warrantee, I get a new one, but not until tomorrow.
> >>
> >> Do you know why I can't have one today? 'Cuz nobody loves me, that's
> why
> >>
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
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