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Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town

Max 24 Mar 09 - 08:00 PM
Jerry Rasmussen 24 Mar 09 - 08:03 PM
Big Mick 24 Mar 09 - 08:06 PM
GUEST,.gargoyle 24 Mar 09 - 08:08 PM
Joe Offer 24 Mar 09 - 08:10 PM
Barry Finn 24 Mar 09 - 08:19 PM
Rapparee 24 Mar 09 - 08:25 PM
wysiwyg 24 Mar 09 - 08:28 PM
Amos 24 Mar 09 - 08:31 PM
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GUEST,DWR 25 Mar 09 - 01:24 AM
Waddon Pete 25 Mar 09 - 04:49 AM
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Subject: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Max
Date: 24 Mar 09 - 08:00 PM

Hi folks. The mudcat is finally settled here in its new town of State College, Pennsylvania, USA.    We still have a thing or two to get back to fully operational, but we're stable, and that's good.

State College, being my new town too, is quite a town. Of course, its home to the great Penn State University, but it also happens to have a pretty amazing folk scene that I somehow missed when I went to school here 15 years ago. Maybe it was the full-time nightshift, full-time school, wife and kids schedule that I kept. More likely the beer.

Anyway, I thought I'd take a moment and let you know about some things I've gotten involved in and/or been impressed by since I've been here.   

First of all, I'm going to be one of several rotating DJ's on the Folk Show on WPSU radio (http://wpsu.org/radio/folk/), the Public Radio station here in the center of the state. I've done much of the training and should be hitting the air in the next few weeks. It streams on the net, so I'll be sure to let you know when it's my turn. So, in a way, mudcat radio is back. The folk show site has a forum. Please behave yourself.

Something cool going on this spring is the Folk College (http://folkcollege.com/). From their site:

Folk College is a fun and friendly weekend of playing and listening to folk music — a fantastic three days of workshops, jam sessions, concerts, and group playing. The camp is designed for musicians with eclectic tastes. Within one weekend, you'll have a choice of workshops ranging from oldtime to Celtic to blues to international, and you'll get to sing, dance, play, and listen. Professional development will be offered for school teachers, including Act 48 credit for Pennsylvania teachers.

Anyone that may think of going can stay at mudcat central with me. I can sleep 4 to 6 folks comfortably. Its only 30 miles from the site, so I'll probably commute.

The group that organizes the good folk shows up here is called Acoustic Brew ( http://www.acousticbrew.org. I've really enjoyed the performers that I've seen so far and they really do a great job running the shows. Fantastic group of folks, some of which I came to find have been lurkers for years.

It's remarkable to me that anyone has heard of mudcat. It seems like every day I meet someone who knows all about us, and I can't help but be surprised. The first 3 people I met here were all because of mudcat. It's even helped me out of an awkward situation or two. It really reminds me of what we got here and what it means to a lot of people. It totally eased my transition into a new town and a new folk community. So if anyone moves, make sure you post as to where you're going and maybe you'll have a friend by the time you get there.

I also started a blog and events calendar of my activities up here but I'm so busy doing the things on the calendar that I've found little time to write about it. It may not last, but for now, it's at http://StateCollegeTrad.BlogSpot.com. The calendar also shows when the Folk Show runs.

Anyway, I'm having a ball here and have met a lot of wonderful old folkies. I think I've already done more here in 10 weeks than I did in 10 years in Philadelphia. This may be the best decision I've ever made. And don't worry, I won't spend all my time out there, I'm anxious to get into a rhythm and spend more time here hanging out and working on the growing list of requests you all have.


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Jerry Rasmussen
Date: 24 Mar 09 - 08:03 PM

Great news, Max! Do they realize yet how blessed they are to have you come there? If not, they'll find out soon enough.

I read somewhere where the three most traumatic experiences in life are the death of a parent, divorce, and moving. I've done all three.

Enjoy your new digs.

Jerry


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Big Mick
Date: 24 Mar 09 - 08:06 PM

Nothing makes me happier than seeing that things are FINALLY starting to pop nice for you, buddy. I will, of course, be popping in for a visit.

I have a bone to pick. Why no update on the beagle boy himself, Mr. Merle Watson Spiegel the Beagle??????????? At all times you are to report on kids and beagles, got it? Don't make me come up there.

Love to all,

Mick


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: GUEST,.gargoyle
Date: 24 Mar 09 - 08:08 PM

The world truly is ROUND.

You have returned to the beginning - tis a gift to be simple.

Well Done.

Sincerely,
Gargoyle


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Joe Offer
Date: 24 Mar 09 - 08:10 PM

Well, for Mudcat, the move was painless. Thanks a lot for making it seamless, Max. One of these days, I'll drop in for a visit. State College sounds too good to miss.
-Joe-


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Barry Finn
Date: 24 Mar 09 - 08:19 PM

"It's remarkable to me that anyone has heard of mudcat".

Hi Max, I find it surprizing when folks haven't heard of Mudcat. You've united folkies around the globe.

Good luck in your new 'home town' & I happy that you're now in a place tha suits your musical tastes & thirsts, you deserve it more than the rest of us. When do you get time to play your guitar with all the projects you've got you're little finger pickin' digits into?

While you're at Penn State, look up Roger Abrahams ("Deep The Water, Shallow The Shore"). I think he's still assocated but not teaching, he's a very nice guy, you would find a friend in him.

Does this mean we might see you at the Getaway this Oct?

All my best

Barry


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Rapparee
Date: 24 Mar 09 - 08:25 PM

A nasty cop nearly gave me a ticket there once, when we were lost on our way to somewhere else. If you see him, punch him in the nose for me, okay?

Otherwise it seemed like a pretty nice place.


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: wysiwyg
Date: 24 Mar 09 - 08:28 PM

Yes, Folk College IS way cool, and so are the organizers and house band (Simple Gifts). Linda Littleton in particular is a very, very good woman. She also is involved at Acoustic Brew, or was last I heard. She/they also organize a Fall event, I think at Cook Forest.

Yer about a stone and a half's throw from us, and some of our sporadic travelways. Holler if you ever need anything, local referrals, etc.

~Susan


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Amos
Date: 24 Mar 09 - 08:31 PM

YEah...tell him Rapaire from Pocatello, Idaho, said he was a pencil-necked nazi and should be ashamed of himself.

A


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: GUEST,.gargoyle
Date: 24 Mar 09 - 08:36 PM

Well - ALMOST - Full Circle -

I am showing a MC host at "Lasalle College High School"

THANKS Again!!!

Sincerely,
Gargoyle

An earlier record is in the file somewhere.


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: LilyFestre
Date: 24 Mar 09 - 09:23 PM

Hey Max!!!

    Some night you have to get yourself and loved ones to Spat's Cafe...great Cajun food!!!!!   Also, regarding Folk College...it's really nice of you to offer your place but keep in mind that half the fun of folk college is the all night jam sessions.....some truly incredible music goes on there!!! Be sure to hit the off campus, free concert the first night...several of the workshop presenters perform!!!!
    I second what Susan said, Linda is amazing...of course Karen is wonderful (love love, LOVE her voice) and Rachel (who led a few of the workshops I attended) was a great teacher!!!!

If you can go to Folk College, by all means, GO!

Michelle


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Bill D
Date: 24 Mar 09 - 09:46 PM

"It's remarkable to me that anyone has heard of mudcat."

tsk, Max...it's well enough known to be parodied on the other side of the pond.

What may be hard to fathom is how very important Mudcat has become. Hosting the database used to be the major value, but as well-known musicians and scholars dropped by, as well as NOT so well known folks who became known, the forum has become an **International Recource**..... yep.... all those years living on junky computers in your basement, and folks all over the world were depending on THIS for much of their connections to the folk-universe!


(awwww....c'mon....you knew that!)


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Acme
Date: 24 Mar 09 - 10:46 PM

Hi Max, I find it surprizing when folks haven't heard of Mudcat. You've united folkies around the globe.

I wonder how many other regular 'catters start conversations "I read on Mudcat the other day" and it can be about simply anything. ANYTHING. This is a way-diverse group of folks who think. People around us know about it even if they haven't visited. It has a good reputation. In fact,

Mudcat is a National Treasure

Really.

I'm glad you've landed someplace that has so much of what you're looking for. If, when you're not singing, drinking beer, or broadcasting, if you decide to go out for a ride in the country you'll find that the area is lovely. Have a good map, some of those roads are quite twisty and not necessarily logical, but taking the family out for a little exploration and a picnic will be a treat in that part of the state.

Congratulations on not only surviving the move, but thriving in the process!

SRS


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: katlaughing
Date: 24 Mar 09 - 10:55 PM

Thanks, Max. Sounds wonderful and I am very happy for you and yours! Can't wait to hear you on the radio, again!!


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Nancy King
Date: 25 Mar 09 - 12:31 AM

Hi Max! So glad you're settling in and have found so many new friends! Sounds like it was the right thing to do. And if you're happy, we're happy....

Nancy


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Gurney
Date: 25 Mar 09 - 12:38 AM

Don't agree with you, Sage! I think Mudcat is an INTERNATIONAL treasure.


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: GUEST,DWR
Date: 25 Mar 09 - 01:24 AM

Just be sure to take time out to watch the Penn State volleyball team next fall. They ARE the best. They were NCAA champions with a 38-0 match record and would have been an unmatched 114-0 in sets won were it not for a 3-2 set win over Nebraska in the semifinals.

Congratulations on finding such a good home, Max and Family.


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Waddon Pete
Date: 25 Mar 09 - 04:49 AM

Thanks for the update Max....enjoy!

Best wishes,

Peter


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 25 Mar 09 - 05:22 AM

I'd love to come visit in July, but it's a long hop from Maine and Mass.
Good luck in the new home/life/start.
4 Folks and a Beagle, have a Big Adventure.

John


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: GUEST,Dani
Date: 25 Mar 09 - 06:09 AM

I'm so happy for you, Max. It's a great feeling when you've found a place to be comfy, especially with little ones, when you want them to want to be from someplace, not feel like they have to escape when they get older. Well, maybe they still will, but when you find a place that's good, you know they'll want to come back in some way, eventually.

But that's all ahead. Enjoy now.

Dani

PS: I am loving the company of some beloved mudcatters right now, and we have said many times, look what Max has wrought : )

Pat yourself on the back from us this morning.


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: catspaw49
Date: 25 Mar 09 - 06:38 AM

I'm just glad you finally landed somewhere even if it is some gawd-forsaken backwater in Pennsylvania where the men are boys and the sheep are nervous. You always were a flighty bastard flitting from here to there in your interests and temporary passions.

I'm not sure Garg has it right with that circle jerk approach which seems a bit flaky to me. However it is good to see you ready to take your place in whatever passes for society over there, take the bull by the horns, and blow up the possum's ass.

Cleigh requests you brush first and use a nice, minty, mouthwash........

Spaw


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Leadfingers
Date: 25 Mar 09 - 07:21 AM

Good to hear from you , Max . sounds a good scene !

Now all we need is MudChat back on ! LOL


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Susan of DT
Date: 25 Mar 09 - 07:32 AM

I was in State College for three years in the 1970s. I did not find the folk music there at the time. But grad students tend to be pretty isolated.

Beware of football days - they make all streets in town one way toward the stadium before the game and all one way away from the stadium after the game. I would note the football days to be sure to get all errands done well before the game.

Most of the folkies I meet are aware of mudcat and/or the digital tradition.


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: GUEST
Date: 25 Mar 09 - 07:44 AM

Max

Remember the Kevin Bacon game. 6 degrees of separation. But in your case we all know who you are, you only know most of us by reputation............... but we are numerous.

When I first moved to Malvern any trip into town I would bump into someone I knew, from day 1 and I knew few people. That continued for 15 years and despite divorce and unemployment it is the reason I regard it as my home town. First impressions count, and having friends early in a residence is part of that.


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: GUEST,Mr Red
Date: 25 Mar 09 - 07:46 AM

That was me. Thanks for all the good works heareabouts.


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: topical tom
Date: 25 Mar 09 - 10:39 AM

Sounds like a wonderful, exciting turn in your life. Thanks for the update and best of luck in your new endeavors and, yes

MUDCAT IS THE GREATEST!


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: DG&D Dave
Date: 25 Mar 09 - 11:22 AM

Sincerest compliments Max, from the middle of Olde England...


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Mrs.Duck
Date: 25 Mar 09 - 05:16 PM

Good to hear things have gone well with the move. Keep up the good work Max, you're a star!


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Art Thieme
Date: 25 Mar 09 - 05:28 PM

Max,

To paraphrase my good buddy, Jerry, "Do they realize yet how damned lucky the are to have you move in??" --- I doubt it, as Jerry intimated. But they will quite soon!

Happy move!!!!

Art Thieme


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Rabbi-Sol
Date: 25 Mar 09 - 05:31 PM

Hi Max,
         Say hello to my friend Jim Colbert who is one of the rotating DJs at the Penn State radio station and a great singer-songwriter. I am sure you have met him by now.

Regards
SOL


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Max
Date: 26 Mar 09 - 05:57 PM

You're right Mick, I will always remember to give you family updates too.

Lily has responded very positively to full day kindergarten. She had half day at our last house, and this is a lot better for all of us. Penn State football players can, in fact, read. They show up in her class and read to them. How awesome is that?

Bodhi, I think, is glad Lily is in school all day too because now he's getting a lot more attention. Tough job for the little guy to compete with a 6 year old for attention. His vocabulary seems to double every day now. A very cool kid, happy, easily pleased and occupied, polite, and smart as a whip.

Alexis is in her 2nd semester of college, just an hour away in Altoona. She was shocked that you actually have to study in college, but she's happy and adjusting. She grew up to be a kind and thoughtful, beautiful woman. I couldn't be prouder.
Emily got a job at the university airport, so she's right back where she began too. She's gearing up to going back to school, and we just happen to know of a great one right here in town. She sees the beauty and kindness in this place, so that's about all I could have hoped for.

Merle, says my father, is a bad dog. He doesn't listen. He escapes whenever possible. He's not getting along with other dogs lately. He's clever and plays games with you at moments like when you think you don't need pants on to let him in. He'll eat your sandwhich if you take your eyes off it. You know.... a beagle. We're going to cut his balls off and get him a shock collar. I'll keep you updated.

Barry

I actually play music almost every tuesday night at a jam at a church just outside town. Great folks. It's a circle just like at the Getaway. I'm happy to report that not a day goes by that I don't touch a guitar or mandolin or banjo or ukelele or dobro.....

I will try to make the Getaway this year, yes.

WYSIWYG

I actually saw Simple Gifts on Monday. Linda and her husband Mel are wonderful people and I've had the pleasure of their company on a number of occasions.


Rabi-Sol

I sent Jim Colbert a message right after you mentioned him last time, and he introduced me around, which was great. I just hung out with him Saturday night. We both volunteered for an Acoustic Brew show. Art, he's quite a fan of yours you know. All anyone ever says about him is how good a guy he is, so I'm looking forward to spending more time with him.

Anyway, thanks for your kind words and cash around the move time, it helped more than you could know.


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 26 Mar 09 - 06:28 PM

Thanks for the update Max, sounds good to me.
G


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: catspaw49
Date: 26 Mar 09 - 06:42 PM

Ya' know I hate to say anything even vaguely serious but in this case, forgive me.........

Max, to be absolutely truthful (and I try never to be but...), I don't recall a time in the past almost 11 years when you have sounded and obviously been even moderately this happy and satisfied. I'm willing to bet that every long time member here would happily agree with me and I find myself smiling in spite of myself! You deserve all that you now enjoy..........Never lose that feeling of deservedness.

If asked in the future if I wrote this I will deny not ony that but that I would ever even have had such a thought. Kiss my entire ass.

Spaw


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: nutty
Date: 26 Mar 09 - 07:52 PM

Suprisingly....

I find myself in agreement with everything that Spaw has said.

May your happiness continue to grow Max.


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: wysiwyg
Date: 26 Mar 09 - 09:52 PM

But don't settle down TOO much. :~)

~Susan


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Murray MacLeod
Date: 27 Mar 09 - 05:39 AM

Hope you continue to enjoy life in State College, Max.

You may perchance bump into my erstwhile musical partner Elizabeth Crisfield somewhere, she is currently doing a postgrad degree at Penn State, and will still be fiddling away at sessions, I warrant. If you do meet her, say hi from me.


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Max
Date: 29 Mar 09 - 10:44 AM

We have a new mailing address:

Max D. Spiegel
The Mudcat Cafe
P.O. Box 274
State College, PA 16804

Phone is the same.
610-517-8858

I don't have a Mudcat bank account open up here yet, so please don't send checks made out to mudcat until further notice.

max

Murray, I reached out to Elizabeth, and we're in touch now, so thanks. She says your a mudcat addict. I guess that makes me the pusherman. Sorry about that, we do have a treatment program but, I gotta warn you, it involves electric guitars and a drum set.


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: GUEST,leeneia
Date: 29 Mar 09 - 11:21 AM

I've always wanted to go East and explore the ancient rocks there - the Adirondacks, the Catskills, etc. And of course, the great rocks that gave the Pennsylvanian its name.

I hope you have a chance to explore nature in your new homeland, Max.

All the best.


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Max
Date: 29 Mar 09 - 11:40 AM

Yes, I am making love to mother nature on a regular basis. I failed to mention I'm finding exactly as many outdoor activities as I am folk related activities. Lots of gamelands, preserves, museums, caves, sustainability centers, lakes, trout streams, hippie communes, and so on. Plus, my job is to market all of Penn State's environmental activity, so I'm knee deep without even trying.


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: GUEST,Dani
Date: 29 Mar 09 - 12:51 PM

Yeah, I'm thinking he's a little TOO happy, folks.

I'm not the jealous type, but if he doesn't actually show up for the getaway.... well... woe betide.

Who would have thought there was that much paradise in PA?!

Dani


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Acme
Date: 29 Mar 09 - 01:40 PM

Your move has me poking around the area where my family lived. It was always such a nice area to visit for a few days in the summer, to escape the heat and bustle of New York City.

SRS


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: gnu
Date: 29 Mar 09 - 07:05 PM

"You know.... a beagle." Yeah. They should come with a warning lable.

Spaw said it... you sound "happy". If I wasn't so fucking jealous, I would... ahhhh... good on ya lad.. I am happy for ya.

Enjoy every minute of it!

Just not the part where ya cut off Merle's balls... ooooo... and, a shock collar? What could be more of a shock? Damn! Insult to injury or WHAT?


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Tim Leaning
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 04:35 PM

I hope you find all the peace love and music you want and be happy in your new home.
Cheers
Tim


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: Big Mick
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 04:41 PM

Be prepared. You are not, ..... and must never delude yourself into thinking you are ..... smarter or more committed than the beagle. These creatures are the masters of the universe. When you cut his nuts and hit him with the collar, he will begin to plot.......

Mick


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Subject: RE: Mudcat's (and Max's) New Home Town
From: SharonA
Date: 30 Mar 09 - 06:38 PM

Greetings from The Area Formerly Known as Mudcat Central!

So, Max, you and your brood have moved from where my brother went to college to where I went to college! Ah, how well I remember... the campus, Old Main, the Nittany Lion statue, Beaver Stadium, the popping of my ears while driving up the roads from the Philly area to get there... Give a wave next time you happen to pass my old dorm building, Simmons Hall...*sniff* *waah!*

I'm soooo jealous, and so glad for things have worked out so well for you and that you've made your home in such a beautiful, beautiful place. May you live happily ever after there.

I've been kicking around the idea of making the trip to Folk College this year, and now you've given me the added incentive of running into you there! Hmmm, guess I'd better start scraping some pennies together... (If anyone else from Philly is going, please send me a PM.)

All the best!
Sharon


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