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George Rice: BJF must have had close relationship with Dr. Neat
George Rice writes:
Interesting article by Billy Joe. Sounds like he had known a close relationship with the late wonder story teller Billy Neat of Cane Valley and greatest entertainer ever known from the courthouse. With his great humor and imagination he was one of the most inspiring people I've known. With his lieutenant Maxwell Oaks he had something exciting going all the time. With his imagination and help from Maxwell, Columbia was alive and well all the time. --George RiceComments re photo 77171 Kentucky Color Most Feared CreatureBig mouthed Sycamorasauras
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