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Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Researching Tom

You know that Tom Remington at Black Bear Blog is a pretty big deal. Speaker, writer, blogger, and outdoor personality extraordinaire. He cruises back and forth from his penthouse in Maine to his luxury condo in Florida, but the Bodock Times has found that at one time he was so poor he did not have enough money to even blog. Now that's poor! Many people still remember him bumming around Bangor, Maine.......

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At 3:57 PM, Blogger Tom said...

So how did you find out I could sing too?

At the time that was a big song for us hicks from the sticks, putting Maine on the map BUT....

Did you know that someone else did that before Roger Miller. Ayuh, true.

Dick Curless singing "Tombstone Every Mile"
http://www.mp3.com/albums/635507/summary.html

"All you big and burly men who drive them trucks along.
You better listen you'll be thankful when you hear this song.
If they buried all them truckers, lost in them woods.
There'd be a tombstone every mile."

If you want, I have my own rendition of that song I can record to video and you can post that up here too or would you just like the audio version?

KaChucka, chucka, chucka

That's for keeping my celebrity (NOT) alive.

 
At 4:02 PM, Blogger Tom said...

You've began to delve into my past so I guess I'll subject myself to the onslaught of laughter and ridicule. Follow this link and I have 33 of my favorite mp3s.

http://www.kenton6.com/musicdownloads.htm

Just click on a song and be whisked away into.......well, I'll leave that up to you.

 
At 4:38 PM, Blogger Editor said...

I checked all of those out. You are a man of many talents Mr. Remington, now if you could just teach Steve how to kill a deer.....

 
At 9:04 AM, Blogger Tom said...

Ya that is a task that has been weighing heavily on me of late. Perhaps we should hook him up with a good guide.

 

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