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1 7th June 09:48
clint
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Yesterday was a day such that, if I was a diary-keeping type
of fellow, I would have flagged the page as one to read and
reread during times I wanted inspiration or just to savor
a good memory.

It started off with a good pot of coffee and a belinda black
that must have been sitting in a "sweet spot" in my humidor as
it was the best bb I have enjoyed yet. The weather was quite
pleasant, though just a few too many clouds for me to apply
the "absolutely beautiful" description.

I then drove to houston to a walmart where none other than
glenn beck hemself was making an appearance in support of
his new book.. I got to shake his hand and talk to him briefly
and wound up with a signed copy which will stay in my personal
library permanantly.

Afterwards, I drove on just a little further north to go visit my
sister at the new house & property she bought, but on the way
I got very hungry as I hadn't eaten anything at that point and so
I pulled in to a quaint little bar-b-que shack that I just happen
to notice as I was driving... it's one of those little mom-and-pop
run type of operations where you see smoke constantly pouring
out of the back as they are constantly putting meat on the pit-
fresh is always best and as you may have noticed if you are going
to buy bar-b-que from a restaraunt the best places are non-franchised,
out of the way places that you have to hear about by word of mouth
that *only* serve bar-b-que and related fixin's. After a good lunch
I smoked a partagas black label, it was awesome.

Finally, I wound up at my sisters where I had discovered she aquired
3 horses since I first went up to her new house. She twisted my arm
and forced me, totally against my will, to take a saddle and accompany
her and some friends on brief trail ride in the woods that run
next to her subdivision. It was just absolutely dreadful to have to endure
a wonderful afternoon horseride while, to make things worse, I
pulled out the other smoke I had taken with me in my leather cigar
case which was a hoyo de monterry dark sumatra and lit it up. After
returning to her house and helping to put her horses back into the pasture
and feed them, I headed back home.

It's really odd the lenghts you'll go and excuses you'll make to smoke
some fine cigars.

Clint

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"I want you to listen up and listen good. There's two things, there's
right and there's wrong, you do the one or the other. You do the *one*
and you're livin'; do the *other* and, well, you maybe walking around but
you're dead as a beaver hat."

- John Wayne in character as Davy Crockett, "The Alamo"

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2 7th June 10:28
sky
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good on ya clint, i'll print that out and save it for the next time i'm
feeling down...keep it up, living the good life is great!

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3 7th June 10:51
jay cross
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Yesterday I...

Woke up at 11, drank some coffee, got dressed, watched TV and smoked a CAO.
After that, I went to Mcdonalds for lunch then smoked another CAO
afterwards. After that, I went back home, called my girlfriend, and arranged
a early, light dinner with her. Did not smoke after dinner though, didnt
even drink, just had a Coke and shared a chicken entree with my girl. Came
home after, and got ready for Saturday night poker night. 9pm to about
midnight (probably more) Smoked 2 cigars, once again CAOs (CAOs are the only
cigars I have right now), and drank a few beers. Just about finished with a
hangover now, just like every Sunday.
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4 7th June 10:51
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Clint,

Awesome day buddy. I gotta find someone with horses near me. I would
truly love to have someplace I could ride. And smoke. Guess I need more
cigars... and a horse. Harumph.

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I stayed for the people.

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5 7th June 10:52
clint
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I wish my sister lived closer, i'd probably ride more often, but alas she's
about an hour and a half's drive from me. At least it's something to look
forward to for thanksgiving.

Clint

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"I want you to listen up and listen good. There's two things, there's
right and there's wrong, you do the one or the other. You do the *one*
and you're livin'; do the *other* and, well, you maybe walking around but
you're dead as a beaver hat."

- John Wayne in character as Davy Crockett, "The Alamo"

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6 7th June 11:14
jeremy goodwin
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Two things, you cannot talk of a good BBQ place and not give mane and
location, and we can make excuses for you to come into Houston all the
time.

Email me and I will send tel. number.

JJ
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7 7th June 11:39
clint
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Wow, thanks, that's quite generous of you...
The place didn't even have a name, not one that was posted
anyway, it just had "BAR-B-QUE" on the front; like many
bar-b-que "shacks" it was wooden & red... After leaving
the walmart in tomball where the Glenn Beck book signing
was, I went north to magnolia where my sister lives
(249 north, right on 2920, left on 2978, the place was
on the right a few miles before the 1488 intersection).

Sound familiar? It's about 30 minutes north of the 610 loop;
going up I-45 and taking a left on 1488 and then a left
on 2978 would be a quicker root from houston proper)

Clint


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"I want you to listen up and listen good. There's two things, there's
right and there's wrong, you do the one or the other. You do the *one*
and you're livin'; do the *other* and, well, you maybe walking around but
you're dead as a beaver hat."

- John Wayne in character as Davy Crockett, "The Alamo"

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8 7th June 11:39
heming
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You bastage! I just finished his book and passed it on to my mom. Only
discovered GB last spring and recently he was added to a station in my
town. (I used to have to pull him in from a distant station and deal
with bad signals and such.)

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Rob -

"All I want is a little piece and quiet.
Give me a little piece and I'll be quiet."
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9 7th June 12:17
jeremy goodwin
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I have my spies out researching the place, thanks for the info.

I am always looking for a place with better ribs than William's
Smokehouse, and enjoying years of failure :-)

JJ
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10 7th June 18:20
clint
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Glenn Beck is awesome... And I find myself disagreeing with him more than
I do most other conservative talk show hosts, such as Hannity, Limbaugh and
the locals here out of the houston stations but for some reason i'm drawn
more
to his show than the others... I guess because he makes you think more and
puts things more into perspective; instead of a conservative talk host
TELLING
you what's right and what's wrong, Glenn will throw it at you from a
different
angle and have you figure out what's right or wrong on your own.

I was able to talk with him briefly as he signed my book "To Clint, ya sick
freak!"
(which, any Beck fan knows that's his signature line for answering the
call-ins).
He was also kind enough to let people get thier pictures taken with him,
though
I didn't as I didn't bring a camera and it's no big deal. Check out his
site, he has
a list of the places he's touring for book signings, there may be one within
driving
distance of where you live. His popularity is slowly growing as people
discover
him, and I have a feeling in the near future he's going to become even more
so.

Clint

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"I want you to listen up and listen good. There's two things, there's
right and there's wrong, you do the one or the other. You do the *one*
and you're livin'; do the *other* and, well, you maybe walking around but
you're dead as a beaver hat."

- John Wayne in character as Davy Crockett, "The Alamo"

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