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Act like the damn thing YOU ARE

Act like the damn thing YOU ARE

There are some old topics:
That one is here since it took us on the Appalacian trail.  The book title is here because the time in history was similar.  Then I go into an appeal for why San Diego won’t explain who killed this little girl, after the case against a homeless man fell apart, and he was convicted.  It is because a crooked judge ordered a finding of fatuous innocence

backended the name being on it; now they surfed Appalacia. Now and then open up the republic of dreams: __d a THREAD N(THE{a})BEGGAR______________Van Decamps

Within three days, Max found himself in the palatial company of Mrs. Belmont, and within three hours–for he had a skill at ingratiating himself among those who fancied themselves supporters of militants so long as militants knew their place–had received a pledge of $2,000.

page 60.  Are you hear doc yet?  Lead us, homes.  space navy.  Dude.  Who in longeles killed Stephanie Crowe?  Nobody in San Diego killed the little fawn, in her innocence.  Who stood up for her?  it’s a rubber-stamp example of rape in   sleazy northern/southern metropolitan headlined…CHECKING-IN.  When are these are scandalous?  Escondido could not SOLVE a murder, but campers could certainly falsely convict young Richard Tuite, of toothpaste?  Of being a two-face, never mind.  Of being alone, captive on midas.  When are you getting a rope?  Am I hear yes, as we are ORANGE COUNTY’S defense.  Arnold’s belaying his familitary tree on trunk, you snakes on the radio.  You bit o’ bitters.  They climb out and talk over every song.  Now, wait a minute.  Crash here, ha, ha ha.  Drag suit.  I left it in my fireproof car.

They threw up.

Frame grab from video of cars burning on Interstate 15 during a brush fire in the Cajon Pass, California. Cars are shown burning on the Interstate 15 freeway in the Cajon Pass, California in the frame grab from KNBC video July 17, 2015.  A brush fire burning in foothills north of Los Angeles overran a freeway in a mountain pass on Friday, torching several cars and trucks as drivers scrambled to safety.  REUTERS/NBCLA.COM/HANDOUT  FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS  NO SALES NO ARCHIVES       TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Frame grab from video of cars burning on Interstate 15 during a brush fire in the Cajon Pass, California.
Cars are shown burning on the Interstate 15 freeway in the Cajon Pass, California in the frame grab from KNBC video July 17, 2015. A brush fire burning in foothills north of Los Angeles overran a freeway in a mountain pass on Friday, torching several cars and trucks as drivers scrambled to safety. REUTERS/NBCLA.COM/HANDOUT FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS NO SALES NO ARCHIVES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

why for all the while the satellites if their legal, could be sights. If their Macy’s

the sparks are responsive

the sparks are responsive

they’re scott off.

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River. Tug Fork

River. Tug Fork

kybreaks Russell Fork, where VA-KY line shifts from tracing mountain crest from Cumberland Gap and becomes straight line to Tug Fork.

kybreaks Russell Fork, where VA-KY line shifts from tracing mountain crest from Cumberland Gap and becomes straight line to Tug Fork.

kytip Kentucky County was created in 1776.

kytip Kentucky County was created in 1776.

Tug Fork

Tug Fork

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what an author of genealogy when talking to you

Mary, daughter of John VARNEY, married John TAYLOR­. They were the parents of the following children-Peggie TAYLOR married Daniel Mccoy, whose son was Randall Mccoy, whose son was “Sheriff” Jim MCCOY, Jinnie TAYLOR married Elder John FERRELL, whose son was Anderson FERRELL and also a daughter, Martha HATFIELD, wife of Tolbert HATFIELD. William A. TAYLOR married Sallie MAYNARD, whose son was Alvis TAYLOR, the father of John TAYLOR of Stone, Kentucky.     Harriette TAYLOR married Alvis MAYNARD, Sr., whose children were Alvis, Jr., and Billy MAYNARD-Alvis, Jr., being the father of Pierce MAYNARD and Mrs. Belle PINSON, and Billy the father of Mrs. Jane BISHOP and Mrs. Ann SHUMATE.     John Taylor was never married.     Matilda TAYLOR married Sam FARLEY, whose son was Ali, whose sons are R. T. FARLEY and J. B. FARLEY. Azandra TAYLOR, married Rose­anne RATCLIFF, whose son was Calvin TAYLOR, whose daughter is Virgie MAYNARD.  Sallie TAYLOR married Ali SMITH, whose son was Henry SMITH, whose sons are Tom and Ken. Cyrus Taylor married Louisa SLATER-no children. He was killed by a man named GUNNOE, during the Civil War.

that’s a good one, now, I liked that one

Virgie is Virginia, her maiden name was Taylor.  She married Sam Maynard.  He spent his working life fixing coal cars.  He might’ve lived to be 88.  she lived to be 97.  Her daughter is my mother, who is 93.  My father Ed is also 93.

A History of the Varney’s in Pike and Mingo Counties

and Elsewhere as told me by my father, Alex Varney, and from other authentic sources.)

by Nancy Jane Varney
September, 1936

The information I shall attempt to give in regard to the VARNEY family was given me by my father, the late Alex VARNEY, and is not of written record, but was handed down from generation to generation.

Some of the information, such as records of the families of my father’s uncles and aunts has been given me by members of the families, and some by grand-children.

and not with memorial royal puppies

Asa H. VARNEY, was probably one of the most widely known of any of the VARNEYs.     He was a great educator; taught in the public schools for forty-seven years-a Christian gentleman, a teacher of morals and manners, was a great lecturer and always held out the very best of encouragement and advice for the up-building of the young people and the country at large. I can not say enough to do justice to the great man. I started to school to him, as a teacher, and if my memory serves me right, went to him seven school terms. He was like a father, sympathetic and kind, always trying to help in every way pos­sible.                                           He passed to his reward October 21, 1921.

sir?  I’m sorry.  Room for the Jim Varneys in the suburbs?

die immuned club11 stuff a dollar long island ice tea Ernest P. Worrell mount suited bear total 8R dfirections.

die immuned club11 stuff a dollar long island ice tea Ernest P. Worrell mount suited bear total 8R dfirections.

PMS good-lookin’ hot off the griddle. No pants.

I know very little of the family of Henderson VARNEY, except that he was the grandfather of Hank VARNEY of Red Jacket.

Alvis married a Sansom; they were the parents of Mrs. Floyd Hatfield and the grand-parents of Richard Ferrell of Williamson. James was the father of Andy VARNEY of VARNEY, West Virginia, and the grand-father of Riley VARNEY.

Vicy married Moses MAYNARD and resides on Johns Creek; she was the mother of Mrs. Matilda WILLIAMS and the grand­mother of Bob WILLIAMS, Mrs. Sally HATFIELD and Mrs. Zettie AKERS, all of Pikeville.

Matilda married Nathan CHAFIN; of their family four daughters are as follows: Vicy, wife of “Devil” Anse HATFIELD, whose son was the late Cap HATFIELD, Betty, wife of Elias HATFIELD, Sr., the mother of Greenway HATFIELD of Williamson and Dr. H. D. HATFIELD of Huntington, Mary wife of John Wallace WEBB, the mother of W. V. WEBB, of Williamson.

for eerie Friday.

for eerie Friday.

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