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Thursday, 5 October 2017

Has Anyone Seen Quartermain...?




And how in the hell did he get to Florida???


I woulda thunk a pervert like him woulda gone up to Norman Wells! HAR HAR HAR! When I was a kid I wanted to go up there because one of my heroes and roll models was a millwright or a tin basher that always proudly wore a tee shirt with a pic of a rig pig dry humping a polar bear and the caption said "YA GOTTA BE TOUGH TO LIVE IN NORMAN WELLS".

For those a you that don't know where Norman Wells is - it's way yup north in the Northwest Territories. It's so far outta the way, that not even BW Bandy gets up there - and if he did, he'd have to watch out for polar bears AND rig pigs! HAR HAR HAR!

Apparently ya gotta be tough to live in Florida too - and knowing Quartermain as I do I will bet the poor gator got the worst of it!  :)

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    1. Where are you out of, if ya don't mind my asking? As always - thanks for dropping by and being a good sport about the ribbing... :)

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    2. The mid-west, Iowa in particular.

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    3. There's some question about Iowa supporting intelligent life.

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    4. The same question can be asked about your state.

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  2. You don't have to be tough to live in Florida, but you have to be able to stand the heat and humidity. I lived in Jax for a few years and enjoyed it. Every day during the summer the temperature would get above 90° and the humidity would be around 80%. Then, just when everything was nicely baked, it would pour down rain for twenty minutes or so at 3:00 PM. When the rain quit the humidity would soar to over 100%, and there was a haze so thick you wouldn't believe it. All that rain hitting the red hot pavement, you see.

    I still like Florida. You can live real cheap down there and no one bothers you. Coconuts are always free, and I love coconuts. Oranges and citrus get tree ripened and are indescribably delicious. And, really, the people are pretty nice. Surviving a hurricane or two and being neighborly when you can makes a real difference.

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