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I Remember Madisonlouis

A Complete And Unabridged Version Of The Life Of Madisonlouis 2 People

    Well...Hello Dolly!

    My dad was a racist. So my mother named me Louis...after Louis Armstrong... the great "Satchmo"! That was my mom. I was so proud to be named after such a famous man! I had no idea what racism was...never even remember asking why some people were different from me. I...
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    2 Responses Sep 23, 2008

    Madisonlouis: The Class Clone

    It was 1974 and the sun rose and set on Marsha Brady... I went where no nine-year old had gone before with Captain James T Kirk of the "Starship Enterprise"... I killed my first rattlesnake with my first rifle...a .22 caliber single shot Savage Stevens...and after...
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    Madison

         He had such a great way with words., and a sense of humor that just wouldn't quit. I may be somewhat biased because his political beliefs aligned with mine.  No one can deny he was a good man.  Even the most left-wing tree hugging *** ba yah...
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    5 Responses Sep 22, 2008

    Better To Have Loved And Lost

    At the wise but tender age of six...a young man named Madison fancied himself a Casanova.... His older sister Mary was very lucky to have such a dapper..not to mention...handsome young gentleman as a little brother. Why...all of her teammates on the State High School...
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    I Remember Saturdays

    I was six years old and I remember the chill in the air...and the chill that ran down my spine. It was Saturday! It was the greatest day of the week for me! Cartoons! Meet George Jetson!...his boy Elroy!...Jane his wife! I adored Grape Ape...Underdog....little did I...
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    The Keeper of the Hereafter and His Wife's Cleavage

    When I was in the eighth grade I had an algebra teacher named Mr. Turner. His wife...Mrs. Turner...taught Biology across the hall...and was well endowed with certain inalienable... endowments...biologically speaking. And she was very proud of these gifts. I was fortunate...or...
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    I Ain't No Democrat...Mr. President

    I asked my mother what a democrat was...I had heard my mom and dad talking about former President Johnson. My dad told me that if he (Lyndon Johnson) should ask..."Tell him you ain't no democrat". Lyndon Johnson had built a new hospital in my hometown of Johnson City...
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    The Day The Music Died....

     The players tried to take the field...the marching band refused to yield... Do you recall what was the deal.... The day ... the music... died.... (Doing doughnuts on the muddy football field during band practice) I do.   Yes...I remember Madisonlouis...    ...
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    Sep 25, 2008

    It Won't Happen Again Officer...

    Some of my technological endeavors include: Six years of age: 1.  Built my first timemachine out of the shell of an old electric water heater. 2. Built my first robot from laundry detergent boxes, string, and a little girl named Tina that lived down the street. 3. Set a...
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    Mad Madison Facts

    1. Once attempted to steal an airplane but ran out of runway. Myself and my accomplice escaped capture by stealing a Baptist Church bus...and ran out of gas... 2. Blew up a half acre field attempting to kill fireants using gasoline... 3. Built a hybrid rocket engine using goat...
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    I Remember Madisonlouis

    Once upon a time there lived a six year old boy named Madison. Madison was very intelligent for his age. He was an avid hunter..and never tired of inventing ways to improve the sport. One of his most famous inventions was a highly sophisticated rabbit trap. The following are...
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