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    Posted: 28 May 2018 at 10:33am
The Chief worried about his daughters. They were good girls, did well in school and were all into varsity sports. His problem was they hadn't developed his sense of humor. They didn't mess with folks minds, and avoided embarrassing folks. The Chief survived twenty-seven years of pinging, just couldn't understand where he had gone wrong. Then he heard a tale that warmed to heart of an old sailor. His brother inlaw had come to visit from Boston Massachusetts, not Boston Georgia. The Chief despised the Masshole, who usually spent the whole visit telling the Chief what was all wrong with the Chief's corner of Southwest Georgia. Even complaining about the fact that the road was called Chain Gang Road. That was insulting to the minorities. So the Chief noticed the brother inlaw was staying inside the house this visit. He asked his daughter why. The girl smiled and said "Daddy, you know that six foot eight inch Diamondback skin you have hanging in the den? Well uncle asked where you killed it. Now I know the hands killed it when they were raking pine straw, but decided to change the story. I told him you killed it on the front porch. He hasn't come out of the house since." The Chief now knows at least one girl he raised right.
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Walt, that sounds like something based upon personal experience.  Just sayin' . . . Big smile
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Got a long memory there Doc.
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Actually, I don't.  Not reliably, anyway.  I just going by the content of your post.  So, if you have mentioned any of that in the past I absolutely have no recollection of it.  I have what is called "swiss cheese" memory:  it is full of holes at times.  Wink

But, it is not consistent, that is to say, it comes and goes.


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Where I grew up in south Florida in the fifties, most of the schools were built with just a covered walkway connecting each other and the rest of the school classrooms, etc.
Each morning, all students had to stay in the side walk until the janitor finished walking the walkways and removing any snakes and alligators that may have come from the back swampy area behind the school.  He had a couple of large snake skins mounted in his shop we would stare
 at and each year when we retold the story, those skins would grow in length.  they were around four/five foot in actuality.  those were the good old days.  In those days we all belonged to the CYO (conservation youth organization) and were taught the good parts about our wild animals.  We would catch an occasional small alligator (1 -2 foot) and keep it for a week or two in our club house (mouth taped shut) and release it later.
 
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