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insured

London, KY

#84 Sep 22, 2008
I always thought Kenneth Ramsey was so nice and sweet. I was a waitress and I wasnt even covered with his insurance and he would always give me advice or just be so helpful about any situation. He was a great tipper and a major gentleman. I hope his son is doing better. The whole family seems great. God Bless them!
Thankful

Lexington, KY

#85 Sep 23, 2008
Kevin at First Southern National Bank has to be one of the kindest and caring people I have met. He helped us in a time when no one else would and I have been told by others that he has even helped people out of his own pocket! He didnt look down to us because we were down on our luck. We were not looking for a hand out, just someone to believe in us..That was over a year ago and we are back on our feet and doing very well now..All because someone gave us a chance. Thank you Kevin for still believing in people!
a friend

Leavenworth, IN

#86 Sep 23, 2008
The drive thru girl at Arby's is Becky Crabtree, still married to Tony Crabtree after many years. She is great and friendly and also thinking about leaving her job there. So, if you love her, let her know that you don't want her to go!
a friend

Leavenworth, IN

#87 Sep 23, 2008
I love you Becky and apparently so do a lot of people. Stay with me just a few more months!
a great person

London, KY

#88 Sep 23, 2008
melvinna brown that works with hospice,is a great lady!!1 when my brother was sick with cancer and later passed away,she sure did help me to get threw a defistating thing,she helped me when i needed her. she sure knows her stuff!!!thanks melvinna!!!
coco

London, KY

#89 Sep 23, 2008
insured wrote:
I always thought Kenneth Ramsey was so nice and sweet. I was a waitress and I wasnt even covered with his insurance and he would always give me advice or just be so helpful about any situation. He was a great tipper and a major gentleman. I hope his son is doing better. The whole family seems great. God Bless them!
I have worked in a similar position as you and he was always super nice. Treated everyone equally and with respect.
Bragger

London, KY

#91 May 24, 2009
purplepassion wrote:
what about j whitaker.
He seems to be a really good guy, and will do just about anything for anyone.
Seems he is the same everyday no matter what is going on.
Thanks for everything you do or have done j whitaker.
Cut that out Jim...lol
Amen

Harrison, AR

#92 May 24, 2009
I think that Darrel and Bonnie Ragan are absolutely wonderful people. They are willing to help anyone in need and always have a smile to welcome you. Bonnies mother just recently passed away and yet she still went to the hospitals to visit with friends and church members. God bless all of these wonderful people. I wish the world had more like them. Maybe if every person tried to do more good deeds each day the world would be a better place. God bless you all.
I agree

London, KY

#93 May 24, 2009
Anson Perkins, truly does the Lords work. I dont know of any other preacher that would do all the things for people that he does, he has dedicated his life to people.
thinking

Manchester, KY

#94 May 24, 2009
Does anyone agree with me? People that think they are better then you and doesn't want to speak to you. I find they are the ones that are the worst kind.
curious

Benton Harbor, MI

#95 May 24, 2009
Anson Perkins is truly the nicest and has been all his life.he works endlessly for everyone on behalf of the lord. So very happy to have had him in my life.
thinking

Manchester, KY

#96 May 24, 2009
If everyone could be as kind as Anson, this would be a better place to live. Some big church members doesn't want to speak to a lot of people.
you are right

London, KY

#97 May 24, 2009
thinking wrote:
Does anyone agree with me? People that think they are better then you and doesn't want to speak to you. I find they are the ones that are the worst kind.
My husband sister-in-law.I wouldn't piss on her if she was on fire.If she was outside and it was raining she would drown.She is so stuck up.
polarbear1

London, KY

#98 May 25, 2009
I check in on the Wayne Co Topix now and again because I used to live there. That was YEARS ago and from the looks of it, the ppl posting comments here prob were born in the 80's and since. But years ago, there was a men's clothing store close to the "Dough Boy" and it was owned by Bill and Doris Wray. Man, they were the most wonderful people. No one will ever know how many ppl they had "on the books" (meaning that they'd allowed that person to buy on credit) that they KNEW could never pay them! They carried (or would order for you) the most beautiful/expensive suits in the world, as well as overalls (or as some of the patrons called them "coverhalls") and they made NO diff in dealing with either personality type!

Since: Apr 09

London, KY

#100 May 25, 2009
Actually I never use the word NICE .. or nicest ... nice is just another word to put icing on a cake that sometimes dont taste so good ... NICE is a cover up word really ... never say nice ... thats nice .. thats soooo nice ... kinda like OK OK sooooo have to say something ...

I use TOTALLY AWESOME !

That would be of course me mum and pop and bro and sis ... and family ... cant beat them of course ...

But now as to the thread of this post ... of course that would be the DOUGH BOY statue itself ... never says anything wrong or out of place to anyone ...

The Dough Boy never does anything to anyone ... yeap that be the Dough Boy ...

Oh by the way ... FYI .. the term Dough Boy is from WWI .. and it dont have to do with them fighting soldiers either .. well maybe it does ...

Fore u see .. in ENGLAND and FRANCE during WWI ... an american soldier was always welcomed ... especially at the local pub ... they had american money and that there american money back then was worth a ton ...

Yeap ... a lady of the nite ... would approach an American Soldier and say ... U got an Dough (money) Boy .. and it stuck ...

Hmmmmm .... now we on that subject ... for those who watch old time TV ... Matt Dillon and Gunsmoke and all ...

Ever watch the Saloon real close in them there tv series ... Miss Kitty (luv them Kitty Kats).. and all them Saloon girls ...

Well seems Matt Dillon always wanted a whiskey .. yeap not grape juice either ... and if u watch ...

Watch a girl and a guy go UP STAIRS ... hmmmm ... now I wonder what they doing upstairs when the booze is downstairs ... and most times .. u see them coming back down all HUGGGGGED up .. and sometimes u only see the girl or the just the guy ....

Got any DOUGH BOY ... yeap ... it be the Dough Boy ... the NICEST person in Wayne County ... Totally Awesome !

Everything is not what it seems ... when totally awesome friends is all over the world for AeonFlux .. from here to there ... everywhere ...

AeonFlux She/He/We/Us ... Rated PG for PURRRRFECT GODDESS



MEEEEOWW ....
wrong

London, KY

#101 May 25, 2009
"Dough" as in the terminology of money was originally used in Hollywood gangster movies some decades after WW1.

Since: Apr 09

London, KY

#102 May 25, 2009
Hahahahaah .... "Dough" as in the terminology of money was originally uesed in Hollywood gangster movies ... as a person related above ...

Well yeah .. u r right ... but then .. wasnt them gangster movies most of the time centered on the DEPRESSION era ... when everyone needed money .. just after WWI ...

A connection I say ?

Sure is ... lookey see ...

Dough became an underground KEY word used for prostitution in Europe ... them military jar heads and soldiers were pretty lonely and had thingys of value ... especially American money ...

DOUGH is all about something to eat ... bread and all ... back them everybody made their bread ... and the word DOUGH is the making of the bread ...

To EAT .. U needed DOUGH ... and so it was ... to get that DOUGH to eat ... u had to get that money to get that DOUGH for the bread .. so it became a classy key word for Ladies of the Nite ...

Got any DOUGH Boy ... became a signal to the soldier that u can get it right here .. just step up and lay your money on the table ... it was a SIGNAL to say .. YEAP ... U lookin good soldier ... but its NOT for free ...

Yeap ... the actual meaning is obscure to many AMERICANS especially those who do NOT want you to know how soldiers really act overseas .. its a BIBLE BELT thingy ... from then to now the RED LIGHT corner is there ... from Paris of WWI to Bagdad and Iraq to Afghanistan .. them ladies of the NITE .. always r there .. and saying GOT any DOUGH Boy ... but in Germany and Holland and other places its legal ...

Now lets see .. which birdy told me the scoop on this one besides what is out there ... OH YEAH ...

When I was in Paris ... and in the archives themselves they have their own history of what went on ... and yeap its all right there .. GOT ANY DOUGH BOY WWI ...

The ladies grin when they tell their HISTORY to the world ...

Fore those who DO NOT believe .. well ... happy thumping on them there BIBLE BELT sayings and let the meanings all lookey good and righteous ... sounds good anyway ...

But fore us people who have traveled the world .. well that DOUGH BOY down town is called a DOUGH BOY fore a reason ...

Especially when Monticello and Wayne County was founded on BOOZE, WHISKEY, WILD WOMEN, SALOONS, GAMBLING, and (cough)(cough)(whisper) got any dough boy ....

Everything is not what it seems ... when u DONT have any Dough Boy ...

AeonFlux She/He/We/Us ... Rated PG for PURRRRFECT GODDESS



MEEEEOWW ....
want to know

Somerset, KY

#103 May 25, 2009
AeonFlux wrote:
Hahahahaah .... "Dough" as in the terminology of money was originally uesed in Hollywood gangster movies ... as a person related above ...
Well yeah .. u r right ... but then .. wasnt them gangster movies most of the time centered on the DEPRESSION era ... when everyone needed money .. just after WWI ...
A connection I say ?
Sure is ... lookey see ...
Dough became an underground KEY word used for prostitution in Europe ... them military jar heads and soldiers were pretty lonely and had thingys of value ... especially American money ...
DOUGH is all about something to eat ... bread and all ... back them everybody made their bread ... and the word DOUGH is the making of the bread ...
To EAT .. U needed DOUGH ... and so it was ... to get that DOUGH to eat ... u had to get that money to get that DOUGH for the bread .. so it became a classy key word for Ladies of the Nite ...
Got any DOUGH Boy ... became a signal to the soldier that u can get it right here .. just step up and lay your money on the table ... it was a SIGNAL to say .. YEAP ... U lookin good soldier ... but its NOT for free ...
Yeap ... the actual meaning is obscure to many AMERICANS especially those who do NOT want you to know how soldiers really act overseas .. its a BIBLE BELT thingy ... from then to now the RED LIGHT corner is there ... from Paris of WWI to Bagdad and Iraq to Afghanistan .. them ladies of the NITE .. always r there .. and saying GOT any DOUGH Boy ... but in Germany and Holland and other places its legal ...
Now lets see .. which birdy told me the scoop on this one besides what is out there ... OH YEAH ...
When I was in Paris ... and in the archives themselves they have their own history of what went on ... and yeap its all right there .. GOT ANY DOUGH BOY WWI ...
The ladies grin when they tell their HISTORY to the world ...
Fore those who DO NOT believe .. well ... happy thumping on them there BIBLE BELT sayings and let the meanings all lookey good and righteous ... sounds good anyway ...
But fore us people who have traveled the world .. well that DOUGH BOY down town is called a DOUGH BOY fore a reason ...
Especially when Monticello and Wayne County was founded on BOOZE, WHISKEY, WILD WOMEN, SALOONS, GAMBLING, and (cough)(cough)(whisper) got any dough boy ....
Everything is not what it seems ... when u DONT have any Dough Boy ...
AeonFlux She/He/We/Us ... Rated PG for PURRRRFECT GODDESS
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =_yRo5chgIcEXX
MEEEEOWW ....
Must you trash up every thread,
with your hogwash talk??
and YES that is a question are you capable of answering it?

No one cares who you are or what you are, or even reads your crap, most of us just scroll PAST what you say. Can you not tell that from your OWN threads you post??
No one hardly ever responds to you!
LMBO.....You waste so much precious time,
don't you?
wrong

Somerset, KY

#105 May 25, 2009
LMAO! The US economy enjoyed very nice economic boom during and after WW1. This lasted up until the crash of the stock market which lead to the Great Depression. So your connections make no sense.

The term "Doughboy" first surfaced in describing US infantry soldiers during the Mexican-American War. Not in Europe and in the year 1847.

http://www.worldwar1.com/dbc/origindb.htm
What Happen

Hazard, KY

#106 May 25, 2009
We were all having nice discussion about good people in the community and it dissolved into a discussion on Doughboys! That's crazy! Get back on subject or start your own thread.

Jane Willis

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