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    Welcome aboard!
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    I most likely have relatives in Kentucky on mothers side although I lost track..............

    My great grandmother was from Louisville and I met a few traveling cousins as a kid.



    Welcome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LWW View Post
    The Greater Cincinnati International Airport is also in Kentucky ... as is the Ohio River.

    Kentucky als contains a London, Paris, Pittsburg and Dayton.

    And Versailles. Did I get strange looks pronouncing it using the French pronunciation.

    You mean Ver-sales?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Standing Wolf View Post
    Yeah, I just caught up with 'Deadwood' last year. The way the characters all spoke in such long-winded and convoluted sentences - what I call "Sh*tkicker Shakespeare" - was off-putting, and I sometimes had to resort to using the Closed Caption function just to follow what they were saying, but it was a good show. I guess it was the show that caused Timothy Olyphant's career to really take off, and got him the lead in 'Justified'.

    I just now got through with Season 2 (of 6) of 'The Shield'. Kurt Sutter, the creator of 'Sons of Anarchy', was one of the principal writers on that show, and he managed to use pretty much all the major actors, to one degree or another, in 'Sons' and/or 'Mayans'. I don't think Sutter was connected with 'Deadwood', but several of the actors from that show ended up on 'Sons of Anarchy' as well - most notably Dayton Callie ("Charlie Utter") who became Police Chief Wayne Unser on 'Sons", Robin Weigert, who went from being the explosive and perpetually drunk Calamity Jane to soft-spoken attorney Ally Lowen, and Ray McKinnon, who was the epileptic Reverend in 'Deadwood' and became Deputy U.S. Attorney Lincoln Potter on 'Sons' and 'Mayans'. Versatile actors all.
    The Shield was great. Didn't see any of those others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Booman View Post
    Isn't that where the Duke boys are from?
    So you watched the show to watch the Duke brothers?

    duke.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Lily View Post
    I never really got into Sons of Anarchy for some reason.
    All through all of the series it went from one bad $#@! to the next bad $#@! as you’d expect...it did my head in.
    RIP Wes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Lily View Post
    I never really got into Sons of Anarchy for some reason.


    I watched all of the series to its conclusion of “Mad Men” it was pretty good. To be a Don Draper you have to be a pretty detached singular individual, his womanising were dalliances, he had no concept of loyalty nor normality.
    RIP Wes

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