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Sunday, July 08, 2007

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Matt

Thad, I do not envy you and your suffering. Great pic in your header, by the way!

Was that you who popped into my blog the other day to say hello?

I'm glad to hear that the worst crisis in your life that's apparent to us is the poor engineering of a fridge pack, as tragic as that may be.

Blessings to you and your family, my good friend.

rk

yes! he's back.

as one of thad's biggest fans, i contend that even blogging about not blogging could've been a brilliant, hilarious endeavor for a wordsmith such as hisownself. But i'll take what i can get. my contribution to the "they just figured that out?" category:

wheels on luggage. I mean, seriously. Wheels. On luggage.

thad

Rolling luggage, yes. Frankly, I can't think of a single rational defense of families with children who traveled by plane prior to the wheeled suitcase. Since having kids, I have nearly perished at least six times in my moments of pack-mulery as we've traveled through airports - even with many of our contraptions rolling.

Rebekah

I really and truly laughed out loud when I saw your duct tape job.

Dad

One of the best tirades I've ever read from your much-more-intellectual-than-your-father brain...

by the way, I am grateful to know that I've made at least some sort of contribution to your heritage, however dubious it may be.
And, if you think WE'RE bad, you should have known Eugene Oscar Norvell!!!

Clint

The "genetically predisposed...at inanimate objects" line had my laughing out loud. I too have inherited that trait. Its a blessing and a curse. Better inanimate objects than employees or customers.

todd

Great post from a man who truly appreciates the power of Dr. Pepper.

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