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June 7, 2011

bookofjoe World Exclusive®™©: World's Only Salt & Pepper Shaker Museum

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Wrote Joe Peach in an email that accompanied a link to this site: "You HAVE to feature this in one of your posts."

Yo Joe — your wish is my demand.

Wait a minute... that's not how it goes... is it?

Oh, yeah, got it: your wish is my remand.

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No?

Still not right?

The heck with it, we've got more important stuff to deal with.

We do?

What might that be, joe?

You — go to your room.

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Now where was I?

Oh, yeah, this funky museum, located in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, "gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park."

What're you waiting for?

Tell 'em I sent you and I guarantee you'll be met with a blank stare.

Or your money back.

How do you spell "blank check?"

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Used up all your vacation days so you can't make the trip?

No worries, mate: visit the Virtual Museum.

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I think Joe Peach thinks that by flooding the zone, as it were, with this museum, he can somehow put paid to the seemingly endless progression of salt & pepper shakers that take up space here.

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Ha ha think again Joe: all you've done is fire me up to feature even more of them.

 

 

 

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As Steven Colbert would say for his show's one segment "That's the craziest fucking thing I've ever seen/heard."

Posted by: megan | Jun 8, 2011 9:53:14 AM

I've seen black ant S&P shakers, and a few other bugs, but absolutely no cockroach S&P. That's hard to believe! Get busy, people. I want those cockroaches on my kitchen counter by the middle of the month.
Oh, wait...

Posted by: Flautist | Jun 7, 2011 8:18:43 PM

There goes the rest of the afternoon, or longer. I like miniatures...

Whenever I go to Rhode Island Hospital I try to go through the corridor between the main hospital and the Children`s hospital, to look at the sewing-themed mniatures collection which includes salt-and-pepper dispensers.

Posted by: John A | Jun 7, 2011 4:08:22 PM

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