And then there were two little pigs…

6/20/2012

Forty-six years ago citizens of the tiny burg of Valdosta slept through the night, while the law manipulated everything but the weather. The 4 in flannel took matters into their own hands. Now forty-six years hence…Charley has taken this matter into his!

That’s what I call poetic justice!

It kinda reminds me of a favorite old nursery story about the Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf! Now, since one of the 4 in flannel has already passed, that leaves us with just Three Little Pigs! Or rather, Three BIG Pigs!

Grim, the Pipe-smoker and Mr. Einstein! (Not to mention their trusted friend, the Farmer in the dell!)

Let’s have a sing-a-long!

“Who’s afraid of the big, bad wolf… the big bad wolf…the big bad wolf? Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf…tra-la-la-la-la!”

If I were you, Grim?

I would be! Why? Because he’ll huff and  he’ll puff and he’ll put you in jail!

So how does the rest of that song go?

Hmmmmm…

And then there were two little pigs!

Ok…sing with me Valdosta!

“Who’s afraid of the big, bad wolf… the big bad wolf…the big bad wolf! Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf…tra-la-la-la-la!”

Patience…patience, dear readers.

All will be explained in the book!

One Response to “And then there were two little pigs…”

  1. Bonnie Says:

    Boy, all I can say is Grim, the pipe-smoker, and Einstein must have . strong tickers, or they are just arrogant as hell!! I know the farmer in the dell is sick, but he too must be a strong old geezier, too! I cannot wait for this book to come out!!!!!

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