Posts Tagged ‘Elvis’

Why Can’t Every Day Be Like Christmas?

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December 23rd, 2018 Posted 6:41 am

That’s the title of an old Elvis song. Here’s the Chet and Bernie e-short story that answers the question (sort of).

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Meet Elvis!

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October 1st, 2016 Posted 8:41 am

Chet’s October friend of the month! Check out Chet’s FB page for info on how this could be you in November, and to view photos of lots of other friends. Congrats to Elvis. (Maybe we should do some EP related things this month.)

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RIP: Charlie Louvin

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January 27th, 2011 Posted 8:39 am

“Oh, this is too bad,” Spence says. “Charlie Louvin died.”

“They were the best,” says Admin.

“Charlie and Ira? As a brother harmony duo?”

“Exactly. When did Ira die?”

“1965. He was the crazy one, Charlie was the sweet one.”

“Something eerie about them when they were at their best. You think it’s that crazy-sweet combo?”

“Maybe. Might make a good movie – touring with Elvis, the music business breaking Ira’s heart, Charlie surviving so long, getting more and more respect as the years went by.”

“What’s your favorite number of theirs?”

“‘When I Stop Dreaming.’ Yours?”

“‘Great Atomic Power.'”

“Here’s to Charlie.”

Clink.

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Mascots

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November 22nd, 2009 Posted 9:38 am

Kentucky 34 – Georgia 27. Oh, well.

But now we’re back to the subject of mascots. Thanks to Debbie LM for pointing out that the Hoyas of Georgetown also have a bulldog mascot, name of Jack. (“And what does Hoya mean?” Bernie wants to know.) So – can anyone think of more dog mascots in college sports? Please write in!

Sunday – Elvis gospel on XM/Sirius. We’ve got it on in the Porsche (an old and beat up Porsche, in case anyone’s forgotten) and we’re headed for Donut Heaven. Bernie says Elvis would have loved Donut Heaven. Also he says that Elvis had lots of dogs, such as Brutus (great Dane), Foxhugh (terrier), and Sherlock (basset hound). Foxhugh – what a name! So is Elvis, come to think of it.

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The Books



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