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Old 10-09-2018, 09:09 PM
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Old 10-09-2018, 09:23 PM
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Others may classify themselves as Lack Dough Intolerant
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because judgement is a play on "Old Judge" if you read the whole sentence or was is too long for you.



because I used copy and paste to create the list. You can thank clydepepper for Smoky Joe

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This has to be top 50, as it’s the backbone of one of the most famous and earliest sets. I’d also add the yellow 33 goudey Ruth and the T204 Ramly Wajo
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Default Smokey Howard

Somewhere in the Gerald Wood bio of Joe Wood, can't remember the page, I read that neither Joe Sr. nor his family members ever employed the spelling "Smokey" but rather always used "Smoky". The former then is an affectation even though it has a certain coolness. The geniuses at SGC thought so anyway.
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Somewhere in the Gerald Wood bio of Joe Wood, can't remember the page, I read that neither Joe Sr. nor his family members ever employed the spelling "Smokey" but rather always used "Smoky". The former then is an affectation even though it has a certain coolness. The geniuses at SGC thought so anyway.
The education that Net54 provides never ceases to amaze.

Who knew that “Smokey The Bear” was an affectation?
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Who knew that “Smokey The Bear” was an affectation?
Strictly speaking it's Smokey Bear. I know this because I have access to Google. The "the" got added in a song about him in 1952 and people picked it up. Some say the is his middle name. Smoky Howard Wood's middle name was Ellsworth.
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Strictly speaking it's Smokey Bear. I know this because I have access to Google. The "the" got added in a song about him in 1952 and people picked it up. Some say the is his middle name. Smoky Howard Wood's middle name was Ellsworth.
And Ellsworth’s last name was Vines.

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Well, it's a clean sweep for me. I don't own a single card on the list. I imagine I'm not alone!
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