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The shelf life of social media, pink churches, cool cemeteries, and (OUCH) oak leaf itch mites!
I love the pithy proverb – volume 4.
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The 8th of January is an important historical anniversary, a good friend’s birthday, Elvis’ birthday, and a wonderful fiddle tune. I touch on all of that here!
Welcome to the 2019-20 college football bowl game season! Try to contain your excitement. The only college football bowl game I ever attended was back in 1968 when Terry Bradshaw and the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs beat the Akron Zips (now there’s a great sports team name!) 33-13, in a cold and sparsely attended Grantland Rice Bowl in my hometown of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. In fact, it was the last Grantland Rice Bowl played there, as the sponsors moved the game to Baton Rouge the following year. I vaguely remember getting free tickets as a member of the 8th grade football team (yes, that was my one and only foray into the sport) and going with some friends. We knew that Bradshaw was good, but we may have paid more attention (and kept our ticket stubs) had we known that Bradshaw would be the #1 selection in the NFL draft the following year and go on to play for the Pittsburgh Steelers, winning four Super Bowl titles in a six-year period. As for the bowl’s name, Grantland …