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It was the 3rd of June

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Good point. Gentry and Diamond ... and my brother's birthday, as well.

But for me, the 3rd of June is that sleepy, dusty delta day ... pass the biscuits, please.

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It means that "the third of June" always triggers "another sleepy, dust delta day" in my mind.

It has nothing to do with my brother. And although he has baled hay, I have never picked cotton. It was a shame about Billy Joe anyhow.

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one last time for this sleepy, dusty delta day.

Retirement looms in February, so I can promise that this is my last mention of the 3rd of June. I won't bug you about it next year.

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one last time for this sleepy, dusty delta day.

Retirement looms in February, so I can promise that this is my last mention of the 3rd of June. I won't bug you about it next year.

So you're getting out of this business voluntarily? (Does anybody ever get in it other than by accident?)

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one last time for this sleepy, dusty delta day.

Retirement looms in February, so I can promise that this is my last mention of the 3rd of June. I won't bug you about it next year.

So you're getting out of this business voluntarily? (Does anybody ever get in it other than by accident?)

Leaving voluntarily beats the alternatives (with the possible exception of working until you drop)!

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I'm pretty sure that leaving voluntarily beats working until you drop as well.....

People who really love their work (assuming that there are such people) might disagree with you!

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I'm pretty sure that leaving voluntarily beats working until you drop as well.....

Leaving voluntarily is usually less stressful on your co-workers, and the timing is easier to coordinate with their busy schedules.

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As promised, I didn't mention it in 2017, … but lo and behold, here it is again, my favorite sleepy, dusty, delta day.

Hope you are all well. It's still fun to read your comments about the things I used to work on. My replacement at work gets updated here, too, so keep up the good work.

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