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Angeline's back yard ;-)

by Louis M / April 8, 2004 10:38 AM PDT
~Tennessee hills spout Texas tea~

By NAOMI SNYDER
Staff Writer

Amid sloping hills dotted with grazing Black Angus cattle in Pickett and Fentress counties, the most valuable money-making venture may be underground.

Last month, a Kentucky company hit oil on a farm in Pickett County. The pressure of oil naturally bubbling to the surface has been so great that the producers have been unable to remove the drill for the past 25 days.
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Reckon we could convince Angeline to introduce us to that neighbor?
by Ruth Harris / April 8, 2004 11:20 PM PDT

Maybe they would be willing to share the joy Happy

Good to see you, Louis. I hope things are going fairly well for you, and that your recovery from surgery is progressing nicely.

Ruth

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Thanks for the kind words, Ruth

Nice to see you.

Surgery, went well. Scans, xrays, etc. well -- clean, but... Chemo, although at times I felt like death would have been better, it went well until the third session when I started to have headaches and other strange stuff happening, like a little stroke that played havoc with my right side Sad

The but part -- since the probability of this stuff being in my head was so low we did not do any brain or PET scans. Mistake. I have a few 'abnormal' thingamabobs there. I affectionately call them "popcorn farts" Happy

God and I will sort this all out, though. At least I can walk around legally with morphine in my pockets Devil

All the best to you and yours.

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Re:Angeline's back yard ;-) I WISH! :-)`.
by Angeline Booher / April 9, 2004 6:50 AM PDT

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