I am wanting to trade for Cue Stick

I am wanting to trade for Cue Stick

Post by Ken Johnsto » Thu, 12 Aug 1999 04:00:00


I am looking to work a trade for a better quality cue, so if you have one
and would like to trade for something(s) on my webpage then please Email me
as I don't get on the newsgroup too often.

Ken
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Ken Johnston

WebPages:  http://www.airnet.net/kenj/
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I am wanting to trade for Cue Stick

Post by Bryan Mor » Fri, 13 Aug 1999 04:00:00

Hello Ken,
I own a billiards pro shop in Phoenix. I make custom cues starting from $175
for sneaky pete to $500 for a Southwest looking 5 point. I would be happy to
talk trade with ya. Whatcha trading? Email me for more info.

Regards,
Bryan

 
 
 

I am wanting to trade for Cue Stick

Post by Smorgass Bor » Fri, 13 Aug 1999 04:00:00

This is for Ken Johnston,who moved from California to
ALABAMA.............

A guy went to Tuscaloosa and picked up one of those new Mercedes. He was
testing it out in the parking lot, turned on the radio and nothing
happened. Furious, he demanded to see the plant manager, and told her

manager explained to him that the radio had been programmed to his voice
and all he had to do was tell the radio what he wanted to hear. Pretty
neat stuff.  He got back into the car and said, "country music," and old
Willie Nelson started singing.  "Rock and roll," he exclaimed, and
immediately Elvis started crooning.  "Easy listening," he remarked, and
all at once it sounded like he was in an elevator.  He was relaxed,
driving up I-59 to Birmingham, and listening to smooth sounds. Then a
pickup truck with two good ole boys almost ran him off the road. "Stupid
rednecks!" he screamed.  The radio immediately blurted out,
"TOUCHdoooooooown AllaBAAAAAAAmaaa!!!"

                  Doug W.
~>*)))><  Big fish eat Little fish ><(((*<~

 
 
 

I am wanting to trade for Cue Stick

Post by lawrence levit » Fri, 13 Aug 1999 04:00:00

Doug,
I don't care what anyone says, damn you're good!!!
Larry

Quote:
> This is for Ken Johnston,who moved from California to
> ALABAMA.............

> A guy went to Tuscaloosa and picked up one of those new Mercedes. He was
> testing it out in the parking lot, turned on the radio and nothing
> happened. Furious, he demanded to see the plant manager, and told her

> manager explained to him that the radio had been programmed to his voice
> and all he had to do was tell the radio what he wanted to hear. Pretty
> neat stuff.  He got back into the car and said, "country music," and old
> Willie Nelson started singing.  "Rock and roll," he exclaimed, and
> immediately Elvis started crooning.  "Easy listening," he remarked, and
> all at once it sounded like he was in an elevator.  He was relaxed,
> driving up I-59 to Birmingham, and listening to smooth sounds. Then a
> pickup truck with two good ole boys almost ran him off the road. "Stupid
> rednecks!" he screamed.  The radio immediately blurted out,
> "TOUCHdoooooooown AllaBAAAAAAAmaaa!!!"

>                   Doug W.
> ~>*)))><  Big fish eat Little fish ><(((*<~

 
 
 

I am wanting to trade for Cue Stick

Post by Joey » Sat, 14 Aug 1999 04:00:00

And you didn't even have to pay an admittance fee.
Doug, we have that once a year stand up Cajun comedy try out here and you're
always welcome even if you are a bit of a Tory.
Joey


Quote:
> Doug,
> I don't care what anyone says, damn you're good!!!
> Larry


> > This is for Ken Johnston,who moved from California to
> > ALABAMA.............

> > A guy went to Tuscaloosa and picked up one of those new Mercedes. He was
> > testing it out in the parking lot, turned on the radio and nothing
> > happened. Furious, he demanded to see the plant manager, and told her

> > manager explained to him that the radio had been programmed to his voice
> > and all he had to do was tell the radio what he wanted to hear. Pretty
> > neat stuff.  He got back into the car and said, "country music," and old
> > Willie Nelson started singing.  "Rock and roll," he exclaimed, and
> > immediately Elvis started crooning.  "Easy listening," he remarked, and
> > all at once it sounded like he was in an elevator.  He was relaxed,
> > driving up I-59 to Birmingham, and listening to smooth sounds. Then a
> > pickup truck with two good ole boys almost ran him off the road. "Stupid
> > rednecks!" he screamed.  The radio immediately blurted out,
> > "TOUCHdoooooooown AllaBAAAAAAAmaaa!!!"

> >                   Doug W.
> > ~>*)))><  Big fish eat Little fish ><(((*<~