Posted by hub (22.214.171.124) on August 07, 2001 at 15:29:33:
In Reply to: Yes, I think I do have it posted by Skylark on August 07, 2001 at 13:37:58:
When I was a young teen my grandfather became in need of assisted living. He hired a live in nurse named Betty who gave him care and made sure he took his medicine and ate his stewed tomatoes. When grandpa retired he opened a little shop where he would make custom pocket and hunting knives. He was very good. If you ever saw a Hubbs Brand custom blade then you would know. He would hone each blade by hand, caressing and stroking the fine mirrored edge across the whetstone in such a rythmic way that the steel would actually sing. To test the blade for sharpness he would shave the hair in a certain spot on his arm. After he was no longer able to make knives the hair on his arm grew in thick and black. Betty would say "Mr. Hubbs why does the hair grow on your arm that way" to which he would reply with a long thick stream of slobber down from the corner of his mouth to his knee, "Umph". It went to his knee because he was always bent over in this chair.
Betty discovered that grandpa had developed sleep apnea, so he had to wear the mask at night that assisted him in his breathing. My brother and I used to get his mask and hook it up to our hash pipe. We would really get stoned because none of the smoke would escape us.
After a while the THC residue began to build up in that mask, and I swear gramps was catching a buzz, because he would just sit and whoop "Lobster for sale" I don't know what that meant, But I do know that he stopped having sleep apnea after he wandered out in the road trying to sell lobster...
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