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Re: Be careful who you argue with

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Mark - IN.

04-03-2013 20:24:42

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Years ago when I lived in Illinois and before he went to prison, the then governor made some lady mad enough that she clobbered him in the face with a pie, and she went to jail. Nest morning I go to this job in the governor's hometown, and as I walk in some lady working there grins and asked me if I heard what happened to the governor. I said YES, adding that it should have been two pies and a ball bat across the knees. She laughed and dragged me over to some other lady that turned out to be her boss, and told me to tell her, so I did, "It should have been two pies and a ball bat across the knees". That was my first time there and I honestly had no idea the second lady was the governor's near and dear loving sister. I hope that she got over throwing me out of there.


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04-04-2013 06:37:00

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 Re: Be careful who you argue with in reply to Mark - IN., 04-03-2013 20:24:42  
My memory ain't what it used to be, but I "think" the pie-in-the-face incident with Ryan happened in Carbondale, and a couple of local restaurants started serving "Ryan Pie" or something similarly named. The girl caught his security off guard and went to jail, but Ryan graciously pardoned her and set her free. My opinion of him went up a notch when he showed he had a sense of humor about the incident. Just a notch tho. . .

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