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Well, as it hops from place to place, you can put pins in the map while you hum the theme song from Indiana Jones.
Not sure. But it'll be here.
That's an incredible and underrated LO.
That might be the record. And you really don't know where it's going next, do you?
How did we forget this?
I'm pretty sure that's a 30s tag.
She's got some pipes, and she's still out there. The record company was pushing her pretty hard at the time.
And before Blackfoot covered it, there was Maggie Bell, who interestingly, I saw open for Bad Co. on the Straight Shooter tour. Must've been weird...
At a pretty big antique show in Columbus. The Playboy, like me, is taking a break.
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Here is a link from IMdB on the...
I'm not so certain. The brim stitching is there, but not the edge binding and two-tone ribbon.
Indeed. And make the bus in seconds flat!
Holy cow, that's nice looking.
Thanks, Perry. Now that we know there are more than one, we need to find it's name.
Yours appears to be in better shape.
I went over to Hector's and stole his new Royal Stetson.
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Well, yeah. He teaches gymnastics!