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Topic: Slim Price
Message: Posted by: Eric Dittelman (Jun 5, 2006 10:45AM)
Any news on how's Slim Price is doin?

-Eric D.
Message: Posted by: T-RAY (Jun 5, 2006 04:21PM)
???? What's going on with Slim?
Message: Posted by: Slim Price (Jun 5, 2006 04:24PM)
Slim is living in an old RV in the Arizona desert...Very poor but still posting. Today's high temp in Quartzsite is 117 Degrees
sanscan@tds.net
P.O. Box 3174
85346
928-927-4499
(I'm still not bitter)
Message: Posted by: Kevin Ridgeway (Jun 5, 2006 04:57PM)
Great...I had heard it was getting hot early this year. We left our home in Phoenix in mid April and don't get back for another 10 days or so...just in time to really get some hot weather.

Stay cool out there.


Kevin
Message: Posted by: Todd Robbins (Jun 5, 2006 09:24PM)
It's not the heat...it's the humanity that makes it uncomfortable.
Message: Posted by: Kevin Ridgeway (Jun 5, 2006 09:57PM)
Hmmmm...coming from NY, I sure you are used to it.LOL
Message: Posted by: T-RAY (Jun 6, 2006 02:52AM)
$#@! Eric.....you freaked me out for a second. That's some crazy heat Slim! I thought it was hot here in California.....now I'm feeling better.
Message: Posted by: Slim Price (Jun 6, 2006 10:33AM)
And this is only spring! Wait'll it warms up...
Slim
Summer high, about 129
Message: Posted by: gsidhe (Jun 6, 2006 10:38AM)
But it's a dry heat...That's why it is sooooo comfy to stick your head in the oven while it's on.
You are a braver man than I Slim!
Gwyd
Message: Posted by: Harley Newman (Jun 6, 2006 02:51PM)
It wouldn't BE that hot, if Slim wasn't there! He's a man of influence on many things.
Message: Posted by: Eric Dittelman (Jun 6, 2006 03:08PM)
Slim glad to hear your alright. I was just curious after you left the Café for a while.

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Summer high, about 129
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With tempertures that hot, it seems you can practice for bein' a human torch :)

-Eric D.
Message: Posted by: Slim Price (Jun 12, 2006 01:07AM)
I just went through a sample of the Arizona Monsoon! It's real...
Slim
Message: Posted by: Harley Newman (Jun 12, 2006 04:54AM)
Is that one of those things where sand falls from the sky, with an occasional Gila Monster?
Message: Posted by: Slim Price (Jun 12, 2006 11:00AM)
http://phoenix.about.com/cs/weather/a/monsoon01.htm
Quartzsite is 150 miles from Phoenix and isolated. The area is covered with dry washes as a result of past monsoons.
Slim
Message: Posted by: Mystician (Jun 15, 2006 10:32PM)
FYI: this thread was eeriely prophetic in a way.
The post above was Slim's last ever on the Café.

http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewtopic.php?topic=166740&forum=23

I'm sure he's having a ball in that big sideshow in the sky.