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Bound Like Grass

What a GREAT name for a book. As we continue reading Ruth McLaughlin's book during Montana History at the Marias Heritage Center, the title is starting to resonate more and more with me. Ruth grew up in Eastern Montana and in my opinion, both her parents and her grandparents, along with many of the homesteaders, had one tough miserable life

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Uncle John's
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They’ve gone & done it again!

The Bathroom Readers' Institute has done it again! They're out with "Uncle John's 24 Karat Gold Bathroom Reader" glittering with all-new absorbing material, proving again what makes it the best-selling bathroom-reading series in the world

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We’re hale and hearty in Big Sky Country

A little cold weather certainly doesn't dampen our enthusiasm when comes to getting out and enjoying our weekends here in the Last Best Place. And talk about a good antidote for the chilly weather...Quality Life Concepts in Conrad is putting on a chili dinner this evening (Friday) at the Conrad Moose Lodge

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Take a walk on the wild side

I'm doing an interview this afternoon (Thursday) at 4:35PM about Sinatra's favorite watering hole and guess what? It wasn't the Dixie Inn! It was a joint down in Vegas named "Jilly's" that was a favorite Rat Pack hangout

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Stuff this Puffman

The world famous Leo Pearlstein is my special guest this afternoon (Tuesday) at 4:35 on the Puffman Show. Leo's a "real PEARL"  and has been on my program the past couple of years around this...soon-to-be

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Karst Farm Combine
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The curtain closes on another harvest season

It looks like the 2011 harvest season has wrapped up. My friend "Gunsmoke" Gary Gollehon tells me that his friend, Todd-The-Custom-Cutter Man, is anticipating driving down to Texas, Oklahoma (a good name for a musical), and Kansas to take a look-see at conditions down in those parts. Winter wheat seeding in the south is fast and furious as there have been some reports of moisture in those states but, unfortunately, no sub-moisture on which to rely.

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We’re in The Big Sky

One of the coolest books I have ever shared with the Tuesday evening Montana History group at the Marias Heritage Center is Ed Kemmick's "The Big Sky, By and By-True Tales, Real People and Strange Times in the Heart of Montana" and tomorrow afternoon (Friday at 4:35PM, Easy Ed is my special guest on the Puffman Show

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Meet the Lizardman

He's "the Lizardman" and he's my guest at 4:35 this afternoon (Friday) on the Puffman Show. This guy is a pioneering figure in the world of body modification. And I thought my two radio microphone tattoos were odd! The Lizardman has endured an estimated 650 to 700 hours of tattooing. He's had five Teflon horns subdermally implanted above each of his eyes to form horned ridges, four of his teeth have been filed into sharp fangs, his tongue has been bifurcated (split) and get this afternoonsiders: The Lizardman estimates the work done to transform him would, at full price, cost close to $250,000 and he's still not done!

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Hey grandpa, what’s for dinner

This first of October weekend is a great weekend in which to work up a hunger in the Golden Triangle. Harvest fests abound with the Brady United Methodist Church holding their fall dinner tomorrow (Saturday) night from 5 to 7 at the Brady Community Hall. I wonder if the infamous Gary Gollohon will be there chowing down!

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It’s Strikingly True

"Strikingly True"! That's the title of the latest book from Ripley's Believe It or Not and I'll be giving away a brand new hard cover coffee table version of the book this afternoon (Monday) on the Puffman Show at 4:35 right after I interview Edward Meyer from Ripleys. Edward's the VP of Exhibits & Archives and he's one of my favorite guests to interview. The man i

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I always wondered about those Wal-Mart Greeters

I've always been curious about those "Wal-Mart Greeters". I mean, who are they, where do they come from, did they used to work, why would ANYONE in their right mind want to stand at the front doors and greet the "Walmartians" as they enter the store. Believe me, I've seen my share of "Walmartians" on e-mail "forwards" and it's looks like a pretty strange neighborhood to me. Last evening, I was reading Montana History at the Heritage Center here in Shelby.

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Time to throw the switch

I was at the Marias Heritage Center last evening (Tuesday) reading our Montana History and I was able to conclude the late William Yenne's (it rhymes with penny) tome, "Switchback". Most interesting, the man spent almost all of his life working for the National Park Service, most of it at Glacier

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