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Mike Bacciarini

San Luis Obispo, California
Post  Posted 20 Mar 2019 9:37 am    
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A cowboy walks out of an old west saloon to get on his horse. His horse is totally covered in yellow paint! Eyes bugging out and nostrils flared, he charges back into the saloon hollering, “Alright, who painted my horse yellow?!?!” He goes over to a card table with some other cowboys and slamming his fist down on the table says, “Did one of you so-and-so’s paint my horse yellow?” They come back with “We don’t know anything about it… go ask at the bar.” So he storms over to the bar and shouts at a guy there, “Are you the blank-ity-blank that painted my horse yellow?” The guy stands up, about six-foot three, 280 pounds and says, “Yeh, what about it?” The cowboy backs up a step clearing his throat and says, “Oh, I just wanted to let you know, the first coat is dry.”
MCI Arlington S-10 3+5, George L E-66, BJS & Emmons bars, Fender Princeton 65W / Fender Rumble 200, custom FX rack, 1983 Dobro 60D, SX-8 lap steel, Martin D16GT, 1978 Rickenbacker 4000 custom.
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