[tcb] Re: PsycoBlooie

  • From: "Denis Dodson" <coocoo@xxxxxxx>
  • To: <tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 19 Jun 2011 14:44:20 -0500

The flood on a 300' cliff is because it keeps raining here in Biblical
freaking volumes. Not just rain, I'm talking shake the house for two days
and then a two day break and then even more rain for two days. The ground is
saturated and the water runs on the top and hits my house and comes in
through the concrete footings. I have been shoveling water out the back
door. There was an actual current that you could see running across the
garage floor. Things are still damp. It rained yesterday and is threatening
more today and tomorrow.

-----Original Message-----
From: tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of Gerald Livingston
Sent: Sunday, June 19, 2011 2:28 PM
To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [tcb] Re: PsycoBlooie

I'm still trying to decide about making the drive.

That fire that Sammie is typing about is not quite between me and AR.
It's around Hwy 69 and I travel up hwy 96. And it's moving NW so that's
away from my path. BUT, there is another fire that's at about 1,000
acres now that appears to be right ON hwy 96 north of Jasper around Sam
Rayburn Lake.

Denis, the pic came through on the list. Cool artwork. I'll post it
somewhere too.  http://texasvolksbus.org/psycoblooie/psycoblooie2011.jpg

Does Chad still have the annual live-band party?

Somebody find me a cute 20 ... no, make that 25 year old (so Haggerty
will let her do some of the driving) to make the trip with me. It's
gonna be a longer drive without using the truck to pull. More spots
where I won't be able to hold 60+. Be sure she understands that in a
'70 there's essentially only one bed so she'll have to sleep with the
scary hippie. <grin>

G2 (who is still trying to wrap his head around the idea of flood water
getting over the top of that cliff)

On Sat, 18 Jun 2011 21:17:33 -0500
"Denis Dodson" <coocoo@xxxxxxx> wrote:

> I hear your concerns and I feel your pain, but what about me? How
> will I feel when you don't show up?
> All you people, listen. I moved up here so that you poor, hot, dry,
> huddled masses people would have a place to come cool off in the
> lake, drink a little wine, eat some good food and blow shit up. And I
> just can't stand it that some of you miss out.
> It makes me sad for you, but mostly for me.
> Hell, this will probably be my last one. I have almost died up here
> three times. How much longer can I hold out? Somebody said that I'm
> not dead yet because God still thinks I'm funny. Well, how long can
> that last?
> Gerald, put all your important papers and stuff in a metal box and
> put that box in your bus and get up here before I pass away. If a
> wall of forest fire comes at you, exactly what are you planning to
> do? Piss on it? It won't help. You can be down there all running
> around with your beard on fire, or you can come up here and have a
> whiskey and watch it on TV.
> P.S. I do know that the drought and fire danger is serious, but I
> still have to make fun. I have had flooding and water damage
> downstairs
> -----Original Message-----
> From: tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
> Behalf Of Gerald Livingston
> Sent: Saturday, June 18, 2011 5:14 PM
> To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [tcb] PsycoBlooie
> Not sure if I'll make it. Only part of it is lack of fuel funds. 
> The bigger part is the fact that we are having a California/Colorado
> fire season in SouthEast Texas. Aerial fireworks sales have been
> banned. But we live within spitting distance of the Louisiana state
> line and I'm just not real comfortable with the idea of being away
> while rednecks with fireworks run loose in the tinderbox around my
> house. 
> There was a 50 or 60 acre burn less than 10 miles from my house last
> weekend. Over the past 3 months we have lost several thousand acres
> within 100 mile radius of where I live. They had to close a major
> highway about 15 miles away when the flames got next to it and went
> over 100 feet into the air.
> Weather guessers are calling for decent rain next week. So far this
> year "decent rain" has only been 10 minute knock-shit-down hard
> thunderstorms or 3 or 4 hours of
> "drizzle-so-slow-you-can-smoke-outside" crap that just doesn't count.
> We need at least a full day or two of "who-left-the-shower-running"
> rain. Medium drops coming down hard enough to get stuff wet but not
> so hard you can see them bouncing back off the ground 6".
> Somebody needs to put a big ass overflow pipe due south from South
> Dakota down into the lakes that make up the Sabine/Neches river basin
> system. Send some of that stuff a little further west to help us out
> and keep Iowa, Nebraska, and Missouri a bit less wet.
> G2

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