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    Default Elvis's Teddy Bear destroyed...

    Don't know if you all saw this a few weeks ago. While I was saddened from a collecting standpoint, it cracked me up. Damn dog....Doing what they do:) And, his name is Barney. Vicious!

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    Check out the carnage on video!
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    Man, that's sad! lol
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    Oh the horror! LOL

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    yeah that's old news...

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    I'm all shook up....

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    Elvis, one seriously over rated singer.
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    Ron dislikes a film = go out and buy it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-P
    Elvis, one seriously over rated singer.
    Any shortcomings that Elvis had professionally can be laid at the doorstep of his business manager, Colonel Tom Parker.

    Elvis had the ability to become an excellent actor but Tom Parker kept Elvis restricted to movies like "Clam Bake" for the money.

    Some of the non-commercial Gospel songs that Elvis occasionally sang made angels weep ! But .... no money in that for the Colonel, so .....

    BTW, the 3 Grammy awards that Elvis won were for his Gospel recordings.

    ...."Peace in the Valley".......sigh......
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