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Posted: 08-Oct-2009, 05:48 PM
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Dallas police are looking for a man who they said sneaks into backyards, dances naked and then runs away. Police believe the man has been exposing himself since 2005. The most recent incident was on Sept. 30.

They say he is 6 ft tall, pudgy and has the decency to cover his face.

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Posted: 08-Oct-2009, 07:25 PM
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QUOTE (Patch @ 08-Oct-2009, 06:48 PM)
Dallas police are looking for a man who they said sneaks into backyards, dances naked and then runs away. Police believe the man has been exposing himself since 2005. The most recent incident was on Sept. 30.

They say he is 6 ft tall, pudgy and has the decency to cover his face.

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Damn Patch should you be reporting on yourself like that?
Now they know where to look! wink.gif rolleyes.gif


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In my youth I would have been proud enough to "streak" but today I am a wrinkled old fart well under 6 ft. I would just make people throw up! Well, maybe not wrinkled old ladies.

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Posted: 11-Oct-2009, 08:18 PM
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Patch,

Good to hear from you, and see a good effort to use the resource.

Sadly, I do not have anything to add the your search. However, I have a question you might be able to help me with. A very good friend's mom died last week. She has asked me to find a good bagpipe tune for her funeral, aside from Amazing Grace. Can you help out a fellow Scot and a City of Dallas employee?

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In Dallas there should be three or four "Pipe and Drum bands." Personally, I am partial to Flower of Scotland and Amazing Grace. Check with one or more of the bands and note their ideas. You will definitely get some good ideas. The piper you have play should have Ideas too. He should play a few samples and also, You should listen to him play as all pipers are NOT equal. I am proof of that though I do not present myself as a piper. I am sorry that you have to accomplish this task and both you and your friend have my deepest sympathy.

My ashes are to be spread on a wooded hill overlooking a small lake on the family farm with the rest of my departed family. A piper from an area Pipe and Drum band will play Amazing Grace using my pipes and from a hill about 500 yards away. (hopefully as the sun is setting) For that they get to keep my pipes and get invited to one h#ll of a party!

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QUOTE (MDF3530 @ 11-Oct-2009, 09:18 PM)
Dammit, my secret's out tongue.gif .

Were I to try that, I would dislocate a knee or hip and not then be able to effectively leave the scene! There I would be, right in the midst of my 15 min of fame, or shame depending on how one would look at it! (that was not a good choice of words either!)

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