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    Visually Challenged Rodentia

    Visually Challenged Rodentia

    Why did I do this? I don't know why, but I did. I especially like the thumpy foot stomping bass.

    Richard

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    Re: Visually Challenged Rodentia

    Quote Originally Posted by rwayland View Post
    Visually Challenged Rodentia

    Why did I do this? I don't know why, but I did. I especially like the thumpy foot stomping bass.

    Richard
    It is so much fun to run across an arrangement that is so clever, so simple and so delightful.

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    Re: Visually Challenged Rodentia

    Thanks, Tom. I had much fun with it. I have two more to post in the next few days.

    Richard

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    Re: Visually Challenged Rodentia

    I loved that, Richard ... I'm still smiling ear-to-ear.

    Now, if you'll excuse me, I have this inexplicable desire for a late-morning snack of cheese ...
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    Re: Visually Challenged Rodentia

    Tillamook Sharp Cheddar, I hope!

    Richard

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    Re: Visually Challenged Rodentia

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    Tillamook Sharp Cheddar, I hope!

    Richard
    I found some sharp provolone first and was too busy to sort through the mouse hole for the cheddar.

    Seriously Richard, I'm always looking for a good sharp cheddar ... is the Tillamook a nice one?
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    Re: Visually Challenged Rodentia

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank D View Post
    I found some sharp provolone first and was too busy to sort through the mouse hole for the cheddar.

    Seriously Richard, I'm always looking for a good sharp cheddar ... is the Tillamook a nice one?
    It is the only kind I buy -- except dire emergency situations.

    Kraft extra sharp cheddar is also good, but I prefer Tillamook.

    Richard

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    Re: Visually Challenged Rodentia

    Fantastic Richard.
    Interestingly, here in the Yucatan you can buy all kinds of cheeses, which all taste the same, bland, no sharpness at all, BUT, Costco has the blessed Tillamook in Merida so I am reasonably happy. Back home in Ontario Canada, I have a cheese factory and they sell a brand of cheddar
    called OutrageouslyOld, both regular and smoked. So I am spoiled.
    I also can buy in Toronto, made in Denmark,ESROM cheese, which would drive a lily-livered angiosaxon out of the room,but my favoured.
    Sorry about thwe cheesy comments, Richard, I liked your blind mouse much, great inventive, fun.

    Ted

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    Re: Visually Challenged Rodentia

    I had fun listening to you version of 3 Blind Mice. You just couldn't leave it alone.

    I did a search and found out that the old round was turned into a story and published in which the mice discover a tonic that grows back their tails and regains them their eyesight so that they can become employable.

    I have a very large fly swatter that turns flys into dies. Maybe there's a tune there? A story book would be gruesome.



    Phil

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