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by Ms Mouse

For those of you who enjoy Old Uncle Crow’s stories, have you ever noticed that most of them are about his relatives or some other (more…)

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by the Author of Old Uncle Crow & other japes

AS I am a great Lover of all Works of ingenuity, so more especially am I a great Admirer & Student of those Labours of the Learned, called (more…)

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by Old Uncle Crow

THE Icelandic pony is a sturdy small horse that was bred in the early middle Ages, by the free men of the icelandic farmer republic.  Thirteen to fifteen hands high, these fine and good-natured little critters was (more…)

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                                                  12 June 2006
Editor
Mankato Free Press
Mankato
MN               56001

TO The Editor:

“Camrades In Crash” read Sunday’s front-page headline, about the demolition derby in Mapleton last Friday.  Obviously what was meant was “comrades.”  What may not be so clear–and yet it is very interesting because it shows how (more…)

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by Old Uncle Crow

[Excerpted from:  A Post Modern History of Terre de Bleu City, by Benny Raymond (Schnorkelsau Press, Terre de Bleu, 2009)].  Caveat lector:  the following description of the trip by horse-drawn sleigh up the frozen Southern River in the Winter of 1852, by the founders of Terre de Bleu City (qv infra), because of its keen reductive insight into the decisive role in ‘history’, of narrative, and language-conditioned narrative-frames, is not suitable for persons in undergraduate women’s studies, those of a conservative temperament otherwise, young adolescents and children, or any others who yet inhabit an ‘idealistic’ narrative-mode.  Plus see! I am TOO a God damn intallectul!  OUC]

…..Johnson and Jackson were greeted on the Salsota bluffs by the ‘chief’ (viz), Lazy Ear.  The two ‘white men’ (sic) were like many people who deal in real estate to this day, which is to say they were a pair of gabby and gregarious, offensively friendly, extraverts.  They were especially aggressive about shaking hands at every opportunity and got on everyone’s nerves.  Plus they giggled and nudged each other lots (more…)

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by Old Uncle Crow

(excerpt from a letter from “Grandpa”)

Dear Kids…I see where these USA Brain Assholes are building a God damned 100 acer embassy for them selves in God damn Iraq, plus (more…)

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by Old Uncle Crow

IT Is not so, that I think that ‘all’ of Tee Vee is a vast moronic waste land. 
     Indeed not; and, for a fact it is to Tee Vee that I owe most, (more…)

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