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Re: [Slovak-World] OT - Warshing cloze

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  • David
    Wow! That is poetry from the Ozarks. Great, I loved it! Miner Dave
    Message 1 of 36 , Oct 1, 2003
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      Wow! That is poetry from the Ozarks. Great, I loved it!
      Miner Dave

      At 08:54 PM 9/30/2003 -0400, you wrote:
      >In a message dated 9/30/03 8:24:21 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
      >theoldpro@... writes:
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      > > What about Warshing Cloze philosophy --- any comments???
      >
      >Hi Jim,
      > yep. this is my contribution:
      >More on Warshing Cloze
      >
      >the pants and the sox..
      >we pounded on rox...
      >
      >since the stream was still ice
      >we pounded them twice
      >
      >then hung 'em on the lines
      >out back 'tween the pines ...
      >
      >in the winter, the clothes
      >we put back on.. (still froze)
      >
      >in the summer was better ..
      >cause we had better wedder
      >
      >in the breeze the clothes flyz
      >cause thats how they dryz.
      >
      >washing clothes was not funny in the year 1820
      >and we are lucky as can be... washing clothes in '03
      >End.
      >i am embarrassed to send this. hahahahahaha
      >Noreen
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    • nhasior@aol.com
      Wow, this was truly roughing it. In a message dated 10/1/03 9:11:14 AM Eastern Daylight Time, ... [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
      Message 36 of 36 , Oct 4, 2003
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        Wow, this was truly roughing it.


        In a message dated 10/1/03 9:11:14 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
        humblebe@... writes:

        > Laverne, You were truly a pioneer, but I lived in a cave on top of the
        > mountain, and when the snows got too deep, we made a toboggan and sledded
        > all the way down. The problem was we never figured how to make that
        > toboggan go back up hill. So, that is how summer homes (summer caves) came
        > about. Once we went down, we stayed down. When the snows melted we went
        > back up to our Summer home which was a cave on top of the mountain. If any
        > bears took over our cave, we would have to dispatch him, because bears
        > don't have any squatters rights. Of course, we used the bears hide for
        > clothes and ate the meat. Those were the days! Oh, by the way, we didn't
        > wash the hides, we wore them up to the point when they fell off of our
        > bodies. Then I went hunting for a new fur coat.
        >



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