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> Red Adair
post 27th Apr 2016, 07:55am
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Red Adair, the famous Texan oil-fire fighter, walked into a bar in Glasgow. The man next to him immediately noticed he was American.
"I've been to the states myself," he said.
"Oh really," said the Texan, in a tired voice.
"Oh, yes, I was in California for a month. I went to a concert to see a famous country singer called Benny Rogers, and...."
"Would that be Kenny Rogers?"
"Oh, yes, that's right. He sang with a woman with a fine figure, Polly Darton."
"Do you mean Dolly Parton?"
The American's voice was tense, and the man decided it was time to change the subject.
"Have I not seen you on TV?" He asked.
"Maybe, I'm Red Adair."
"What! Red Adair? I must have your autograph. And are you still married to Ginger Rogers?"

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- ashfield   Red Adair   27th Apr 2016, 07:55am
- - Betsy2009   Would that be the man Ginger Rogers and the woman ...   27th Apr 2016, 10:03am
- - Rab   Spot on, Betsy, but the reverse applies! Rab.   2nd May 2016, 01:49pm

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