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Thoughts from Kelln

WOW!!!

Posted on August 04, 2016

And here I was getting in a good mood about stock shows again……WOW!!!  I got the absolute world record LONGEST text message.  My phone went dead.  Dead from Texts??  Not to mention 27 pics which actually proved my point in some blog months ago.  I don’t like dirty pool.   Here’s my reply.   1–If you are reading this, you clicked to this page.  This blog does not show up on a facebook feed.  YOU

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Random Sunday Evening Thoughts

Posted on August 01, 2016

I’m going to start on a negative note.  The Atlanta airport needs to hire Dr. Temple Grandin in order to learn how to move livestock in a safe and productive manner.  There can NOT be a more UNfriendly airport than Atlanta.  Rude people, bad directions and it is a Sunday so I am being nice….. And to think, this is where most foreign visitors fly into the US.  And this is their first view of

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Random Stuff

Posted on July 29, 2016

Watching this presidential candidate take the stage at this dnc, makes me want to puke.  All of her (& I use that term loosely) supporters have that smug, crappy look like a set of parents that know that they have the show already rigged.  I don’t have a good feeling about the upcoming elections.  I am all for a woman president, but that deal don’t smell right, look right, sound right or feel right.  If

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Epic Fail!

Posted on July 26, 2016

Monday was flush day at Seelke’s place.  Jodi & I had 3 donors scheduled, Jodi & Bob had one, Sweet’s had two, Teel’s had one and Poe/Spradlin had one.  John & Jackie Edwards were going to do the ET work.  I like working with them.  Lots of help was there to do the manual labor.  The local vet was present to administer drugs.  Darbie Ross and Kory Dietz had recips there ready for frozen embryos.

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Dickens

Posted on July 24, 2016

It may suprise most of you that I used to read classical literature.  I’m talking when I was in grade school, junior high and even in high school.  I read a lot.  I had read the all time great novel by Charles Dickens, “A Tale of Two Cities” before I had a drivers license, without an English lit teacher assigning it as homework.  (By the way, this paid off in later years, when I actually

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Stuff

Posted on July 19, 2016

The past week or so has not been fun in the goat business. But, I did get to eat at a way good Mexican joint. The Kelln Klan met Frazier at Enrique’s in Ponca city. That place is good. Thanks. Looks like high quality mature does have some value. I see a lake in my near future. Over and out!

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Test of Time

Posted on July 13, 2016

Caught the end of an older movie.  I guess it is actually old enough to be considered a classic.  The movie “Turner & Hooch” was on the tube.  This was a hit movie back in the 80s.  It was a good movie then, and it still stands the test of time.  But now, when watching it, you find yourself thinking, “My goodness.  Who realized that this actor was going to go on to win multiple

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Reminds me of

Posted on July 11, 2016

I stepped out onto the driveway this evening and I was reminded of my favorite Jerry Jeff Walker song.  It is windy here today and one needs to be aware of that before “Pissing in the Wind”.  My buddy Connely Wade introduced me to Jerry Jeff Walker’s music back in ’89.  Then, while making some friends at the collegiate meats judging contests, I ended up seeing Jerry Jeff in concert in Lubbock, TX.  I even

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News

Posted on July 09, 2016

What a waste?  This shooting in Dallas is beyond comprehension.  It doesn’t make sense.  And then to watch your president blame high-powered guns, not the shooter(s), makes you wonder who orchestrated this tragedy.   And to top it off, nothing happens to hillary for all of her transgressions.  Our economy is in the tank, our national debt is atrocious, our country’s morals and values are in the dumper, our military is not the super-power that

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Friday, Friday, Friday

Posted on July 08, 2016

I’m not necessarily excited about it being the last workday of the week, but I am excited as I don’t have to drive anywhere on this fine day.  However, on Saturday, I get to go back to the east side of the state and pick up kids at alumni camp.  That is an all day deal. Thursday brought us summer temps.  The pickup said 107 at one point.  It was wicked hot with a pile

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