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Topic: old Zass logo or (13 msgs / 263 lines)
1) From: gin
Hi all:
when I was cleaning up at the ranchj last week I found an older coffee mill.
It is about the same size as a Zass169; the logo is  a small silver plate with a hore jumping over 1/2 the world!?
any thoughts?
ginny

2) From: gin
leave it to you Rick to quote one of my favorite people.
come on I meant HORSE you guys!
g

3) From: Gene Smith
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Yes.
Gene Smith
riding the wild learning curve, in Houston

4) From: Gary Townsend
gin  wrote:
Hi all:
 
when I was cleaning up at the ranchj last week I found an older coffee mill.
It is about the same size as a Zass169; the logo is  a small silver
plate with a hore jumping over 1/2 the world!?
 
any thoughts?
really? a hore ? wow, must've been from the Chicken Ranch!

5) From: Tom Ulmer
My thoughts... would this be an equestrian or common varietal hore?

6) From: Gary Townsend
Gene, I saw a movie once called mmmm... 'the best little hore house in
Tesas' I think it starred Burt Reynolds & Dolly Parton...
On Wed, 5 Jan 2005 13:31:42 -0600, Gene Smith  wrote:
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7) From: Gene Smith
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Story is more-or-less accurate.  I doubt the sheriff was all that 
romantic - though he may well have known the madam in question rather 
well - and the madam in question was not any sweeter than you would 
imagine, or than she needed to be.
The one character who was almost *under*played was the reporter.  One of 
the treats in store for my Canadian wife when she moved to Houston was 
seeing that reporter - Marvin Zindler - on the news every night.  The first 
time she did it took her a genuine act of will to get her dropped jaw back 
into position.
You have to see him to believe him - white 'hair,' blue-tinted glasses and 
all.  And yes, he did get his rug snatched off his head, just like in the 
movie.
Gene Smith
riding the wild learning curve, in Houston

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9) From: Brett Mason
logo ... think logo...
On Wed, 5 Jan 2005 15:21:39 -0500, Tom Ulmer  wrote:
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Brett Mason
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10) From: Tom Ulmer
There was SLIME in the ice machine...
I always thought he was related to Howard Cosell... from the country club
side of the family.
The one character who was almost *under*played was the reporter.  One of 
the treats in store for my Canadian wife when she moved to Houston was 
seeing that reporter - Marvin Zindler - on the news every night.  The first 
time she did it took her a genuine act of will to get her dropped jaw back 
into position.
You have to see him to believe him - white 'hair,' blue-tinted glasses and 
all.  And yes, he did get his rug snatched off his head, just like in the 
movie.
Gene Smith
riding the wild learning curve, in Houston

11) From: Justin Marquez
Gene --
You KNOW you need to write it like this...
      "Marrrrrr-vin Zindler, Eye-Witness-Newzz!"
Safe Journeys and Sweet Music
Justin Marquez (Snyder, TX)http://www.justinandlinda.comOn Wed, 5 Jan 2005 13:47:10 -0600, Gene Smith  wrote:
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12) From: Gene Smith
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And the weird thing is that 'horse' took me by surprise...I read it as a 
typo on 'hare.'
Gene Smith
riding the wild learning curve, in Houston

13) From: Les
It sure was fun chasing the horse trails on this thread on the old Gmail!  
Les
On Wed, 5 Jan 2005 15:37:03 -0600, Gene Smith  wrote:
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