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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Paul in Colorado, Sep 30, 2017.
Vine cherry tomatoes? Tenuous fruit...
Well I've heard that Catfish don't actually jump (Oh black water keep on rolling).
Also, if it hasn't been mentioned, Robert Johnson was apparently geographically challenged, as he's going to sweet home Chicago, the land of California.
I'm pretty sure if you left a cake out in the rain, the icing wouldn't be "flowing down." It'd just be wet and ruined.
Flagstaff Arizona, don't forget Winona, Kingman, Barstow ......
would have you turning around and going back east for about 15 miles then turning around again before continuing west once more.
Not a song, but a movie...
In "Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle," they give a series of directions from Newark to New Brunswick to Cherry Hill that would involve driving about an extra 400 miles, if you were to try to follow them, not to mention putting things in close proximity that in real life are no where near each other. Clearly, the person who wrote the movie had no idea about New Jersey geography and highways.
Some blogger did a nice job laying this out, but the title contains profanity, so possibly not safe for work...
I thought it was Gladys Knight and the Pips
Maybe that's why you couldn't find the Ojays on board.
Love Train - O'Jays
Midnight Train to Georgia - Gladys Knight and the Pips
Peace Train - Cat Stevens
Train, Train - Aerosmith (yeah, not the first, but whatever)
Crazy Train - Ozzy Osbourne
Damn, so many trains! Who knew?
The peach trees here might be legs and if you look up you might see "peaches". You might be interested in shaking them from time to time, then. Not that I'm vicious but, uhm, it seems quite obvious.
I keep spreading the word around that the boys are back in town but nobody can seem to find them anywhere..
Have you tried Dino's Bar & Grill?
This was, as I recall, a very problematic motor and they threw in the towel in 1948. Sometimes when these motors blew, the owner of the vehicle would have a later Lincoln V-8 installed to solve the ongoing issues. These V8s are the motors that won the Panamerica and other endurance races.
I don't know anyone who hotrodded these Lincoln V-12s. You drove those nice 'n easy, and hoped for the best. This wiki article could use some work, because it spends no time talking about how the 75 degree motor retained too much heat and was really prone to overheating related failures as much as anything else.