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j hikemper

10-13-2013 19:47:36

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it is amazing how children are so inspired .//casey is a acceptable name for boy or girl,,15 miles north of me is Jones farm .. 23 yr old Casey Jones owns a spirit of 76 ,1570 .just read in wikipedeia ..the famous story of casey jones ,actually was a friendly nickname because he was from Casey , Ky ...story goes ,,... back in april 1900 .this exceptional fine seasoned railroad steam engineer who lost his life early in the morning,.. when brakes locked on the train going into the siding about 5 miles in front of him,, a couple cars was partially left out on the main line Casey was gunning down at some 60 mph , in all the confusion ,and after long investigation no one can say for sure why there was no warning of the blocked tracks .or if there was a warning .... BUT ,, around the bend came casey jones rite on time ,, Casey Jones got his train nearly stopped when the collision splintered a cab timber thru his neck ,,.

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10-13-2013 19:54:50

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just a note on the name,, both of my son in laws are named Casey,,,, how the heck did that happen? LOL

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