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Does it strike anyone else as odd that they are, at the same time, shaking hands like a couple of midwestern Rotarians?
Tricky was born with a facility for such handshakes.
Thanks, Tod. The "Chairman of the Young Republicans" type in front there looks a bit uneasy watching the whole spectacle play out.
As a midwestern Rotarian, I have to say my mother never sucked parasites from my head.
I shook that hand, in 1968, sort of. I was 14, and my h.s. history class got out of school to go to a place where the Nixon campaign was doing an event. Many hundreds of people, and with a kind of morbid curiosity (already a fierce Nixon hater), I reached out my hand when he came along the line. It was nothing like the firm grip he is using here on his mom (!), more a dead fish kind of grab of the fingers. His hand was clammy, and I felt pretty slimed.
G.S., I envy you your handshaking gifts.
Heartwarming scene, excellent series.But where is #102, if I may ask.
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