Topping the list: Chicken Fried Bacon!
Here is a list of all things Fried: http://www.bigtex.com/foodlocator/
What do you find mind-boggling? Is there anything you can't wait to try? Let us know!
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"Tell me lies; tell me sweet little lies in the valley of the dying sun as it Ever Stays Red.
A lot happened during my Seventh Day Slumber. On the Third Day I had to Go Deep into This Beautiful Republic and Search the City for Twelve Stones, Seven Places, and an American Made Alabaster Box filled with gifts from All Around The World.
On the Road Less Traveled we tried Falling Up into the High Flight Society, but the Benjamin Gate and its Guardian were in our way. As he was Turning, we said, "Run Kid, Run!" but content under his Red Umbrella, he wasn't Listening.
I discovered we need more than an inspiring telecast to illuminate truth. We need to understand the importance of simple Audio.
Adrenaline flows in my veins as we listen to The Myriad of noises like the FM Static on my Transistor Radio and your Stereo.
Motion happening around us encourages me to Bleach my moHawk.
Nelson will come and take me to the House of Heroes where the Mainstay of the Big Tent Revival is when we send our RED Seabird to Holland. But this will only happen After Edmund, Miss Angie, and Poor, Old Lu are done Mourning September.
--A Superchick wrote this. She hadn't written anything Since October, but Last Tuesday she found herself at the 38th Parallel and was inspired as she observed a Wedding at Wavorly mansion whose fronth porch alone has 8 Pillars. The blooming Elms were breath taking."
Brian "Head" Welch was in studio with Drue yesterday for a great interview.
He will be doing a CD & Book Signing tonite at Border's Book in Dallas, 7pm-10pm. Look for the Powermobile (with Leslie and Wes) to be out there!
Decyfer Down must like us. They drop in every chance they get. And we certainly don't mind, they're really nice guys! They stopped by in the middle of my shift today and I chatted with them for a few minutes about what they've been up to since our last visit, the new album coming in early 2009, their show tonite, and they treated us with an acoustic version of their new single, "Crash." According to the guys we got to premiere that little slice of audio to the world. How exciting (and it was very, very good indeed)!
They're playing an acoustic show tonite at The Abbey Church in Azle, and they'll be taking Q&A (apparently anything regarding the band, their personal lives and/or theological questions are welcome, "bring it on" they said!).
You can hear the interview here (minus the acoustic song, sorry...copyright laws and all that).
Keep rockin' for Christ!