Sunday, February 17, 2008

What are the Burbank Boys up too now?

What are the Burbank Boys up too now?

Does anyone REALLY think that Jim Watkins ki6gu has not been on air the last three nights because he has a cold? When even Gout or Sciatica have not kept him away in the past?

Or that Greg Sousa w6ezv has not been on air the last three nights because he is catching up on his sleep?

Of course, both of these were arties w6obb, explanation for the ‘missing’ hams.

So have the Burbank boys made the trek to Pahrump to minister to art, help put artie together again after his recent ‘meltdown’? Or are they up to something much more nefarious, at artie’s request?

4 comments:

ki6gu said...

I can only speak for myself, but the reason I was not on the air the past three nights is because I have a cold and a bad sore throat. I am getting better though and I may be on tonight. Unlike Gout or sciatica, a sore throat hurts worse when you talk. Sorry to disapoint, but that's really all there is to it.

Anonymous said...

Evvy, you are nothing more than a gossip. ACK! Get some kind of a life. Worry about yourself and things that concern you....oh, I forgot, you cannot "stir the pot" and make a buck that way. How very sad......

BIG BILLY FAN said...

Hey! Leave Evvy alone! Leave Evvy AALLLLOOOONNNNEEEEE!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Evvy, I dont think you update your main personal blog enough...I enjoy reading it.

 

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