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May 24, 2019

squire:  (verb, not the noun version)  for a man to escort a woman.  Lord Basil squired his mistresses into the room, and Lady Basil squired them out.


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Tuesday, November 24, 2015


It’s a conspiracy!  That’s what it is.  Floyd wants you to blindly follow him South.  Have any of you asked why?  No.  But yet, you’re willing to follow him just the same.  Who elected him the leader of the flock?  You may have voted for Floyd, but I didn’t.

How do we know that it gets cold in the winter?  How do we know there’s nothing to eat?  Nobody’s ever stayed to find out, and that’s just the way he wants it.  Isn’t it, Floyd?  You know what I think?  I think there’s plenty of food here – all year long.  And Floyd doesn’t want us to have it.  He wants it all for himself.  Go ahead and ask him.  Like he’s going to tell you the truth.

Well, I’m staying.  You all can do what you want, but I’m staying right here.  All winter long.

9:29 am pst 

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