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Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Open line

Posted By on Wed, Nov 26, 2008 at 6:18 PM

Cooking at our place. And watching the horror in India. And waiting for a report from David Koon, who's attending the Huckabook signing at Barnes and Noble. I"ve put in a request for one of those Team Huck shirts (on display again earlier today in Fort Smith), but so far no hopeful lines of acquisition have presented themselves. (XXLT, guv.)

PS -- If you missed the guv tonight, you can still catch him in time for Christmas when he speaks at the Clinton School at 1 p.m., Monday, Dec. 22.

UPDATE: Big crowd greeted the Huck in LR, as you'll see in David Koon's film. Stick around for a look inside the Huckabus, formerly Toby Keith's ride. The camera gets a little jumpy while David's doing the transaction to buy my Team Huck shirt. Mission accomplished. Brian Chilson photo below.

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