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  • #16
    Hi Jason. Congratulations to you and an honor well deserved. Glad to know your non-Avatar real name. I always enjoy your post and positive contributions. And by the way my mom was born in your neck of the woods. She was born in Elaine in 1917.
    Last edited by sailorjoe; 10-02-2017, 05:58 PM.

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    • Jethro355
      Jethro355 commented
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      I knew I liked you for a reason...do you have webbed feet?? So she was born in the same year as the Elaine Racial Uprising...or whatever the political correctness word is. I have so many friends from down that way, may have dated a girl or two from there back in the olden times. Those white river bottoms are some of North America's most unspoiled lands, and allegedly covered in native sites.

      *cool story bro moment ahead warning**. I Drove former president Clinton around in the bed of my pickup truck( he was in a rocking chair) during the Elaine Christmas Parade in 1985 or 86...

  • #17
    Congratulations, Jason!

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    • Jethro355
      Jethro355 commented
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      Thanks man, I appreciate it!

  • #18
    Congrats Jason, Great Bio!
    http://joshinmo.weebly.com

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    • Jethro355
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      Thanks Josh! I appreciate it.

  • #19
    Hey Jason - Congrats on MOTM. I've always enjoyed reading your posts. My Mom was born in Stamps and I've got an Uncle that still lives around there somewhere.
    NE Central Tenn - Any day on this side of the grass is a good day. -Chuck-

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    • Jethro355
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      Holy cow!!! Nobody knows where Stamps is...but as you may know, about a hundred years ago, that was one of the richest and fastest growing areas in North America. When they discovered oil down there they just pumped it out into ponds on top of the ground, and people made a living skimming it off the surface of the rivers and streams when they would overflow after a rain.

      That is so cool...another Arkansas connection!!

    • Scorpion68
      Scorpion68 commented
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      Interesting that. I did notice when we were driving through that area and into Texas there were lots of oil fields pumping and in some cases sitting idle. Wonder if my Mom ever heard about that. My Granpa and his 13 kids were cotton pickers back in the day and I guess also did general farm work to stay employed during the off season. Was a hard life. Thanks for that tidbit, Jason.

  • #20
    Congrats man. I consider myself an "under 40 victim of fate" also....just the Jack Johnson version. Guess he's my generations Buffett. I really like your musical tastes. I often go on journeys deep in the pits of YouTube looking for acoustic covers of songs I like.
    Montani Semper Liberi

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    • Jethro355
      Jethro355 commented
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      I more often than not find them by accident or have them sent to me by friends, but I love them just the same. I have family in the music industry and also grew up around some actual music legends, so my appreciation runs deeeep, though I am as musically talented as a half drowned barn cat.

  • #21
    Well about time you had this honor bestowed upon you.
    Just a reminder though you need your own man cave for all the stuff you will be gathering in the years to come.

    If we are mentioning our favorite musicians my generation would have to include George Jones, I could throw in a little Merle Haggard as well.
    It is a "Rock" when it's on the ground.
    It is a "Specimen" when picked up and taken home.

    ​Jessy B.
    Circa:1982

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    • Jethro355
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      You sir, have impeccable taste in music. Ole’ Possum is as good as it gets, and I may have pledged allegiance to The Hag a time or two.

      I’m actually working on my man cave, but it’s going to be a loft. The circular staircase is giving me fits...I will post pics when I’m done.

  • #22
    Congratulations on a well deserved honor!!!

    I enjoy reading your post and that was a great bio.

    von

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    • Jethro355
      Jethro355 commented
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      Thanks Von, I appreciate it. 👍

  • #23
    Solid member of the forum, I'm always glad to see your posts. Congrats!!

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    • Jethro355
      Jethro355 commented
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      Thank you, sir. Every time I see your name on a post, I read it as Megatron. My daughter is a huge transformers fan....

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      -=METACOM=- commented
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      Ha! Who doesn't love transformers??

  • #24
    Congrats Jason!! Very well deserved!! And I'm a HUGE fan of Ark. Love the Ozarks!!
    Paul RS Frey Visit my artifacts pagehttp://www.ravensrelics.com/ravens-relics-shop.html

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    • Jethro355
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      Thanks. 👍. Of all the wonderful things I love about Arkansas...the Ozarks is waaaay up there. Anybody who loves them is alright in my book...

  • #25
    Congrats jethro, I really enjoyed reading about ya.

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    • pkfrey
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      Is your name Jethro or Jason? Either way, congrats again!!

    • Jethro355
      Jethro355 commented
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      My given name is Jason, but I answer to Jethro, Jehue...almost anything with a “J”...
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