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I recall Craig Einhorn with a great deal of fondness. He was doing his graduate work in Arizona when I ran into him, and we had one memorable adventure. I showed up to perform as part of a music workshop he was holding at a local high school. When the class ended, we were heading across the parking lot when a heifer from the FFA exhibit on campus came trotting past. Not wanting it to be injured in traffic, I handed Craig my guitar and gave chase. Finally wrestled it to the ground several blocks away and held it until the FFA folks showed up with a trailer.

By this time I was, of course, covered from head to foot in cow manure. Made for an interesting dinnertime experience.

Posted by: Jim Pipkin at May 9, 2006 7:21 PM

Shoulda known you were also a cattle rustler, Jim! Having it flung upon you is what is called around these parts as having been "christened" . Being covered from head to toe is more like full out baptism, I'd say!

Posted by: JL Braswell at May 10, 2006 1:41 AM

Mostly I just rustle up grub. I think by this time in my life I'm about as steeped in BS as one man can get (heck, just ask both of my friends).

As far as baptism in the stuff, pretty sure I qualify for "full immersion" status...

Posted by: Jim Pipkin at May 10, 2006 12:36 PM

Oh, I want to make an inappropriate joke right now so badly...

Posted by: Ann VerWiebe at May 10, 2006 2:39 PM

Ah, go ahead. Everyone else has!

Posted by: Jim Pipkin at May 10, 2006 4:10 PM

Where's my pony??

Posted by: JL Braswell at May 11, 2006 11:55 AM

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