32 thoughts on “Open Mic Saturday

  1. DAYUM!!…St Louis is a big spread…My hotel is booked full, and the lobby is abuzz about the big BBQ gathering…um, sorry Jonco I might’ve let it slip…I’ll bring an extra 12 pack.

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    • Yeah, we’re having a few beers. Just had a B&P trivia contest and played Let’s Make A Big Ass Deal. We presented a few special awards and got the formalitiere’s my beer?es over with. Now, where’s my berer?

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      • You’ve got a deal there ALN. I can hardly wait to see the video. Been feeling kinda glum all day but you’ve cheered me up. Thanks buddy.

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  2. It sounds like ya’ll are off to a great start! I wish I were there, but St. Louis is quite a way from Glendale, AZ. Have fun and be safe.

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  3. A week ago Friday I broke my thigh bone. If that mildly dark side of you wishes to read all about my latest trials and tribulations, please give me a visit!
    http://scoakatsblog@blogspot.com

    Good Luck in St. Louis! Any outside thought I had of making it has been dashed, of course. But I hope you have tons of fun and share it all here when you get back!

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  4. Let me know if you see any illegal aliens at the BBQ…this kind….not the other kind, though I am sure everyone is welcome to stop by.

    After the BBQ can someone head up north to Chicago? There’s a place right near the Dearborn street station…Adam’s Ribs. mmmmmmmm I’d like 20 lbs of ribs and 5 gallons of BBQ sauce. Thanks!

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  5. Wow what a great day….Jonco and his wife have to be the best hosts ever. From providing enough food and drinks for an army, to showing warmth and relaxed friendliness to everyone. Thanks a bunch Jonco and Pat, also big thanks to their son David and daughter Krisgo. Gus and Trixie were a blast, the wife and I both are crazy about Gus especially. Wish all y’all could’ve come…It felt like a family reunion, but with a bunch of the family missing.

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  6. What ^he^ said, but yeah, it felt just like a family reunion, except everybody was warm and friendly and the cops weren’t called.

    I doubt if you’ll ever meet people as gracious and welcoming as Jonco and Pat, Krisgo and Dave, and their families and friends. And of course, B&P people are absolutely the best on the web.

    If you’re worried that we talked about you, we did.

    More St. Louis tomorrow for a few of us…The Arch and a Cardinals game at the new stadium.

    We scored most of the beer, as well as the food and beer, in St Louie so you don’t have to.

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  7. What ^they^ said. Can’t say it enough, the Joncos are just the best. Thanks Jonco for planning and hosting the first ever babbq. He and his family and friends went absolutely all out. So much great food and hospitality. And of course meeting the B&Pers who could make it was so enjoyable. It was kind of surreal for me to meet you guys in person for the first time but felt like we’ve known each other for years. Within minutes it was like talking about old times.

    We’re not just saying nice things to be polite, the weekend couldn’t have been better. For everyone else who didn’t come, you missed a great time. When we do it again you just have to find a way to join us, you won’t regret it.

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  8. Anyone still in the area…a few of us will be visiting The Arch Sunday morning…meeting in the parking lot near the north leg 9:30 am.

    Richard…turn your phone back on.

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