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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by blowtorch, Oct 16, 2020.
Alright! The Wifebeater Club !!!!
From a great concert:
From a great record album:
I skipped yesterday. Here's today's though
My younger son went to an indie music festival in Texas a few years ago and brought back this. He visited the Alamo in San Antonio as well.
Saw her at the Edmonton (Alberta) Labatt Blues festival between 2003 and 2010.
Needs no explanation.
From The Walking Head. Neegan's Lucille decorated for Christmas.
Fred's Records in St. John's, Newoundland.
One of my Albertan offspring were down there visiting relatives and brought this back.
Gabriel Dumont, a Métis leader during the 1885 Battle of Batoche at Batoche, Saskatchewan.
He crossed into Montana on the run after a three-day horse ride after the Métis had lost the battle to the numerically superior and better-armed Canadian soldiers.
He hooked up with Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show (along with Annie Oakley) and was a crack shot. He was pardoned a year later and came back to Canada.
Ironically, he was performing with Buffalo Bill in New York state at the time. A retired Canadian army major, named Crozier, who had fought him at Batoche, happened to be at the show. Major Crozier went backstage and informed Gabrielle Dumont that he had been pardoned by the Canadian government.
I've been to the Back To Batoche annual celebrations a few times with my Métis wife. Ironically, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, last time I was there, had a recruitment booth set up there. My wife's great-grandfather was a Scot who enlisted in the Northwest Mounted Police in 1884. He married an Irish/Scottish/Cree Métis woman. My wife gave the RCMP recruiters his service number and they were mightily impressed when they were able to pull up his service record from the RCMP website.
Batoche, Saskatchewan is a national historic site. One of the Métis farmhouses and the Roman Catholic church have been kept in their original condition.
In honor of my late nephew. He retired from construction with dreams of having his own food truck. It took a year but he and his wife finally got it going and were doing well when he was diagnosed with cancer. Died 3 weeks later. This was the name of his food truck and he sent a shirt to me when he opened.
My band The Rotten Tommys opened up for these guys one night some years back.
They are AWESOME
Dude. How many T-shirts do you have?
I tend to pull whatever is on top of the pile in the drawer and wear it. Then my wife does laundry daily, so often I rotate between two shirts for weeks at a time. At some point she will ask "Why do you always wear the same two shirts?" Uh, because they are always on top, and because I don't care. Why else?
Enough to keep this going for ...some time
Our daughter designed this shirt!