15 thoughts on “Cheating!”

  1. my Texan father liked hank williams.
    all country music back then was “texas tunes” to him.
    kind of like being a marine I guess. you will always be a Texan. yup.
    with a capital T too! they’re not kidding when they call themselves a whole other country!
    his great grandfather was a texas marshal. we used to have his star badge.
    but it’s long lost in the mists of time from all the moving we did.
    as to cheating… never had that problem. married the love of my life and he had no reason to cheat. and I felt the same about him!
    paul newman once said …
    “why would I go out for hamburger when I have steak at home?”
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    1. During my misspent youth, Hank Williams was a regular feature in most juke boxes here and one couldn’t help hearing him. Paul Newman was absolutely right.

  2. Seems to be a lot of that goin’ around based on that video — guess they all had real need for public vengeance. Never got on the CW music wagon except for a very few tunes and artists, he and that song wasn’t one of them.
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  3. Well, I danced and played pool to this tune in a lot of smoky bars in my youth. Most of those times my husband was with me…since I was a child bride…
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    1. I will be honest with you Tikno. I did not cheat in my marriage. I did however cheat in some card games and the like in my childhood. During my school days and subsequent Management school days, there was no way I could have cheated in examinations even if I had wanted to. I can only speak for myself but your observation is a universally held belief that all humans do cheat in some ways or the other.

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