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Bradford Hilbillies

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10-17-2004 18:32:55

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Thanks to all the Hillbillies for a fun time in Bradford.

Confederate was there with his often spoken of but seldom seen "Church Lady".

There was an adoption of sorts with the introduction of puller Ryan Matthews and congratulations goes out to Mr. Ben. What a magnanimous gesture. Every "All You Can Eat" buffet in the Tunica area will certainly be under attack in the future.

"Lucky Legs" (aka Sweeper's daughter) made Pa look like a novice as she captured a first place in (almost) her debut at pulling.

Hillbilly Hooker was most hospitible as were all the other promoters. Oh, and let's not forget the "Black Widow's" good chili dogs and taco pie. I was a little concerned that she might have concocted a potion just for the "Mafia" but I saw her partaking and figured all would be fine.

Thanks again to all the gang...Se ya'll in Blackrock.....Spotter

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Hillbilly Hooker

10-18-2004 16:19:03

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 Re: Bradford Hilbillies in reply to Spotter, 10-17-2004 18:32:55  
Thanks Spotter for the kind words. As for Cornfederate I have heard of over marrying but I think Big boy took it a step further. Is the wedding still on? Since this was her first trip to the tractor pull I was worried she may back out. Will Mr Ben be allowed to claim Ryan on his tax deductions? See yall at Black Rock. H.H.

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10-18-2004 17:38:09

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 Re: Bradford Hilbillies in reply to Hillbilly Hooker, 10-18-2004 16:19:03  
I suppose the ceremony is still on. Haven't heard anything to the contrary but it may take a few days of contemplation for her to sort everything out. Yes, I would say he is second only to John Kerry in the marrying up category.

Mr. Ben will need all the help he can get. I don't know if Tunica County is still having the government sponsored cheese give-a-ways but if they are he'll need to get in line two or three times....Spotter

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