Random Thursday

*It turns out that the Jamestown buffalo doesn’t have a name…yet.  A contest is being held this summer to give it a name and the good people of Jamestown would like to hear your suggestions.  Yes, I’m entering a name.

*Thanks to RSD for the heads-up on the Tennis Match That Will Not End.  When she called yesterday it was "only" 29-29 in the 5th set tie-breaker.  The cynic in me thinks these two guys cooked the idea up to gain attention and fame.  Well-played gigantic American guy and French guy.

*Made a trip to Roseau this week and it will be discussed tomorrow in a very special edition of Reggie Tales.

*Yet another Juicy Lucy sighting this week.  El Roco, you’re on the clock.

*This should go without saying, but it doesn’t get much better than the "Jazz On Tap" trio from Grand Forks.  They were gigging last night at the Grand Forks County Fair.  On one side of them were two guys carving things out of wooden logs with chainsaws.  On the other side were two guys riding those really loud, little motorcycles.  And through it all, they banged out some classics, including an awesome rendition of "Penny Lane."  Only at the fair.

*A Reggie Tales shout out to my friend Peter at the courthouse. 

 

6 thoughts on “Random Thursday

  1. Reg:

    Thanks for the shout out for Jazz On Tap at the GF Fair last night!We had a blast…as always. We especially liked it when you requested we take a short pause so you could hear the chainsaws better! Ah… the sounds of summer. Chainsaw #2 was however just a bit flat. Tune that up and he can jam with us anytime!
    BC

  2. Gotta LOVE those Jazz On Tap guys…and their music isn’t bad either!

    I thought the same thing about ‘Penny Lane’ last night. It just felt like summer out there.

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