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    Re: Riverside Gazette

    Definitely quite the read!!! LOL
    Life is a Journey, and on the day you die instead of entering the grave in a perfectly preserved body, side in sideways saying "That Was One Hell've Ride."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rewster View Post
    Definitely quite the read!!! LOL
    (do the Not Of Work Hobos have a fixed address, or do we just have to try and find them?)
    we also enjoy reading that Gazette. And, We like to be on the move as Hobos.

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    Re: Riverside Gazette

    Quote Originally Posted by Laynlow View Post
    . And, We like to be on the move as Hobos.
    At least just let the league know where to find you; we're scheduled to visit you at the end of June 2034 and it'd be nice to know which general direction to point the team bus.

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    Re: Riverside Gazette

    Quite the dramatic and unexpected ending to the series opener at The Still versus the homestanding Bunch Moonshiners...your Stoop Sitters came to bat in the top of the ninth having generated very little offense and trailing 1-0. Luis Gonzalez started the inning with a single off of closer David Barber, but was still standing on first two outs later as RF Jonathan Tucker came to the plate. Tucker lifted a routine fly ball to center field; Dennis Gillard appeared to be in position to make the game-ending catch but he lost the ball in the hot afternoon Oklahoma sun and it bounced off of his glove. After a rattled Barber walked C Virgil Taylor to load the bases, LF Ronald Jenney stepped up and cleared the bases with a double. Riverside closer Claude Gage pitched a 1-2-3 ninth inning and the improbable 3-1 victory was complete.

    At the evening cookout at the team campsite, the Traveling Secretary pulled out a special treat....fresh sausages form the semi-nearby Mountain View Meat Company. The scent of the Andouille, Jalapeno Cheddar, Polish and -- of course -- the renowned Hot Link sausages permeated the night air…and paired with the Traveling Secretary's made-from-scratch Chuckwagon Beans were an ironic foreshadowing of the scents that would be permeating the campsite shortly thereafter.

    "Stoop Sitters Baseball -- I'd Say You've Had Enough!"

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    Re: Riverside Gazette

    Awesome, your writing skills should be applauded
    Life is a Journey, and on the day you die instead of entering the grave in a perfectly preserved body, side in sideways saying "That Was One Hell've Ride."

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    Re: Riverside Gazette

    Tell you what, if you can get some Mountain View meat (it is a real place by the way), do it. They do excellent work.
    Peace. (Psalm 29:11)

    Darrel
    Oklahoma

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