Tolerance, good temper and sympathy — they are what matter really, and if the human race is not to collapse they must come to the front before long.
- E. M. Forster
Mostly sunny and in the low '80s. Lock and load, and we'll see you tomorrow.
Heya Borepatch -- sorry, but I'm not going to be able to make it. Have fun.
We be driving in style... rented something that we hope won't leave is in the middle of I-75 :D
Sapper n Me are a goSo are the cookiesLet Big Mig know I gots boolits for him if'n he needs
I'll be there.
I want score cards, fellas. And - just a warning - I’ve seen how you guys fill out ballots!!!I will be checking things over very carefully...😊
Have fun today kids, I wish I could join you.
Eight months plus hiding from the virus here in the desert and hoping our luck holds. Too many old folks here with too many issues to risk the cross country drive. Hope all who attend have a great time. We'll shoot something out here in your honor.
Y'all have fun!
I wish I could have been there, but I'm too far away to make the drive. I hope it went well.
Wonderful time! Thanks to the Queen of the World and ol' Borepatch for organizing the unorgainizable!
A god time was had by all.You asked for blog addresses: sgtbobittai.blogspot.comIttai is one of my favorite characters in the Bible. He was a mercenary hired by King David. When Absalom rebelled against his father, David and all who supported him evacuated Jerusalem. David observed all who passed before him. When he saw Ittai, the king called him over and said (paraphrased), "You only arrived yesterday. This is not your fight. Remain here." Ittai replied, "I signed on to fight for you. Whether I arrived yesterday or seven days ago does not matter." David then said, "Pass on, you and your little ones." I think Ittai had several or more mercenaries under his employ, with wives and children. He would have made a good cowboy in later history, "You fight for the brand."
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