[CR]Now: Trolling Was: Hello

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Date: Wed, 15 Feb 2006 21:51:23 -0800
From: "Chuck Schmidt" <chuckschmidt@earthlink.net>
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
References: <20060216051826.3071.qmail@web80732.mail.yahoo.com>
Subject: [CR]Now: Trolling Was: Hello

Before replying to ol' Shank's good ol' boy post below, I suggest you read through iBOB list member Tyrone Doleman, aka Ty R Doleman (say "Tired Ol' Man") postings.

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Chuck "don't feed the trolls" Schmidt South Pasadena, Southern California

Shank Loin wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I'm writing on a account of Mrs. Berry Doleman;
> widowed wife of former list member Tyrone Doleman.
> She's a sellin' off all o' Ty's ol' bicycles and
> bicycle parts.
> I guess I ought ta tell ya'll a lil' bit about myself:
> My name is Hank Loin. However I was a punter in High
> School and ever' time I punted that ball it when
> straight up in the air....on purpose! Not because I
> couldn't kick the dern thing, but because our offense
> was so sorry that we couldn't score touchdowns! I
> couldn't kick field goals because I had so dern much
> power in ma leg that the ball would explode ever' time
> I kicked it. So as a result of kickin' that ball
> straight up in the air they nicknamed me "Shank." It
> grew on me. Even named one of ma kids "Shank."
> I live down here in a small city called Nederland
> (South of Beaumont.)
> I was born in 1933 am 73 years old and fought in Korea
> from '51-'53 (just a child.)
> Tyrone Doleman lived in the nearby city of Vidor. He
> was a lil' older than me and was a real wild one. Our
> parents knew each other from the Baptist church so
> that's how he 'n' I met.
> Now back to these here bicycle parts--I'm sorting all
> of Ty's old parts, putting like parts in boxes and
> tryin' to make sense of all this. I'm clenching some
> old cranking rods that look like they is marked with
> the word Magistrate or somethin'. Anybody familiar
> with these rods?
> Thank you all and very pleased to be here.
> Shank Loin