The Make America Great Again Rally 2018 Victory Lap tour continues tonight at the Four Seasons Arena in Great Falls, Montana. I've never been to Montana. I hear there is a really big block of ice there. In any case, I am so looking forward to watching the clips when I get home tonight.
When I think of Montana, I can't help but think of an episode of Alias Smith and Jones from 1971 titled Night of the Red Dog. That episode was life changing to this then 10-year-old boy, as it exposed him to the card game called Montana Red Dog - which played a prominent role in the plot. My friends and I worked that game into our card game rotation with Buckets, In-Between, and sometimes traditional poker games. What else was I going to do with my paper route money?
Deal me in, and I'll bet the pot! We have the Trump card!
OK, you lost me at "Alias Smith And Jones," ZZZZZZZZZZReplyDelete
um. You are NOT saying Trump's doing another campaign rally...in MONTANA this time, are you?ReplyDelete
GAD! And think how much he's got to do..NoKo, Justices, tariffs, Putin......is he really?
cube, not familiar or didn't like it? That's ok, it was mostly a dude's show.ReplyDelete
Z, gotta get the vote out for the midterms. He can multitask. Besides, it makes me laugh.
DaBlade, I had not just forgotten about this show, I had exponentially forgotten about this show. (and how many more) Dang, I'm gonna be real entertained when my life flashes before my eyes again someday.ReplyDelete
The only thing that comes to mind about Montana is no speed limits and of course, This
Kid, I shoulda seen that coming....ReplyDelete
Ed, Gotta tell ya. I'm sittin on a big bag of dental floss seeds. Gonna be rich.ReplyDelete
Jerry...it is definitely laughable :-) And ya, Midterms....let's hope this works!ReplyDelete
OK, I was never really a Zappa fan and so I never heard this before. I hope that doesn't get me expunged. btw, this is a very strange song (it's still playing in the background) "yippee-yi-o-ki-yay"...ReplyDelete
I believe he wrote it back when young rich people were moving from California to Montana to become 'farmers'. It was kind of a fad for a while as I understand.ReplyDelete
One of his best.ReplyDelete