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    Meadowmufn reacted to DukesPorkys1982 in Wisdom From " Uncle Jesse " On How To Treat People   
    " I Found This On One Of My Old Dukes Of Hazzard Video Tapes " - Ben Escobedo
     
    Wisdom From " Uncle Jesse Duke " On How To Treat Other People
    & Not React To Any Prejudice.
     
    Dukes Of Hazzard : " Witness For The Persecution " - 1979
     
    https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=810851829021865&set=vb.100002911651182&type=2&theater
     
    Dukes Of Hazzard Videos
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    Meadowmufn reacted to HossC in Ray Kohn's Dukes Show   
    The Drag 'N' Fly contest was in 'Goodbye, General Lee' in season 4.
     
    Here's a poster for the event that Roger mentioned:
     

     
    And here's my version of the banner from the Fan Art section.
     

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    Meadowmufn reacted to RogerDuke in Ray Kohn's Dukes Show   
    Thanks Hoss! I've said it a million times...you're awesome!
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    Meadowmufn got a reaction from Roth Potter in James Best Has Passed Away   
    He and Burt were good friends. I think Burt even attended his acting school. He told Jimmie back in the 70's that in a few years he'd be a household name and he was right.
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    Meadowmufn reacted to RogerDuke in Forum Migration   
    When I'm on the HazzardNet money doesn't flow out of my computer like it's a one armed bandit. Is this a technical glitch?
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    Meadowmufn got a reaction from Lucas_Duke95 in Rosco actually really cares about the Duke Boys.   
    Oh yes. As he says, it wasn't personal. He really enjoyed the chase. It was a game to him and to the boys too.
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    Meadowmufn got a reaction from Lucas_Duke95 in BO or LUKE   
    Of the choices, I think I liked Luke the best. He was the brains. I always seem to go for the brains.
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    Meadowmufn got a reaction from Lucas_Duke95 in Howdy good folks!   
    I didn't care for either movie, but if I had to pick, I'd say the 2007 movie was better.
     
    Welcome aboard, Lucas_Duke95!
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    Meadowmufn reacted to HossC in Hazzard Square   
    Whilst working on my recent Fan Art project, Buildings of Hazzard, I realised how many changes take place to the stores and other buildings around Hazzard Square. I thought we could have some fun recording the changes.
    Most of us know that after the Georgia episodes Hazzard Square relocated to the back lot at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank. Below are 2 different views of the square as it is now. I have numbered the buildings for reference purposes. As you can see, the square hasn't changed that much, notable exceptions are: building 10 has been re-clad; buildings 16, 22, 23, 24 and 25 are totally different and have been rebuilt since Dukes.


    The following buildings stay the same in virtually every episode:
    3. Bank of Hazzard (Boss's Bank)
    4. Barber Shop
    7. Drug Store, Ice Cream Parlor & Bus Stop
    11. Hazzard County US Post Office
    13. Hotel
    18. Hazzard County Gospel Church
    20. Boss Hogg's House
    22. Cooter's Garage (now rebuilt as a house)
    23. Rhuebottom's General Store (now rebuilt as a house)
    24. O'Connor Paint Supply (no longer there)
    32. Hazzard County Court House
    33. Hazzard Police Station
    Others only change a few times, but are usually one of the following:
    8. Theater/Hazzard Theater/Hazzard Picture Palace
    9. Hazzard County Telephone Company/Hazzard County Telephone and Telegraph Co.
    10. Seth M. Berley & Co./Furniture Mart/Hazzard Emporium/J.D. Hogg Furniture Mart
    12. Joe's Hardware/Hazzard Hardware & Sporting Goods
    I have many more to add, and screengrabs to illustrate the changes, but my list in nowhere near complete so please feel free to jump in and add any other businesses you spot. If a business only appears briefly (one or two episodes) please try to give the episode(s) you see it in (and a screengrab if you have that ability). If you are not sure where the business is, give as much information as you can and I'm sure, between us, we can identify it.
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    Meadowmufn got a reaction from Roth Potter in More Computer Problems   
    Wow, Rog. Sorry you're having so many computer problems. I hope you can figure out a solution soon.
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    Meadowmufn reacted to RogerDuke in Hey Everyone.....   
    Good point.
    I always put my seat belt on before logging into the HazzardNet.
    Even if I'm not driving too fast here, there's always some other leadfoot who is.
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    Meadowmufn got a reaction from Sheriff_Rosco_P_Coltrane in Trivia Night Disruptions Will Not Be Tolerated   
    Sheriff, no one "tattled". I saw it all in black and white myself. And it has become a pattern of disruption, not just one night. This is just the latest incident.
    I have resolved issues between the folks involved with trivia night disruption and other members before. I defended them even though they weren't completely innocent in everything themselves. I would hope that they'd have some respect for me and the other moderators here and behave themselves and show respect towards the other HazzardNet members, not just during trivia nights, but always.
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    Meadowmufn reacted to Laura Duke in tom caught with weed?   
    Hey Everyone!
    Wow! Everyone certainly has a lot to say about this. As, I can definately understand.
    Here's my viewpoint: It doesn't matter how many grams someone has, it is still wrong. I'm not judging him, I'm just trying to say that I don't know if I would try to make a wrong less of a deal based on how many grams he had. You can slam someone's finger in the door, or you can still slam there whole hand in the door-you still did wrong and they are still going to be in pain. Okay, maybe that was a weird example, but hopefully you can understand what I'm trying to say.
    I think it's neat how everyone can have a different viewpoint and everyone, for the most part, is so understanding. Keep it up!
    I am disapointed in Tom for doing this, he shouldn't have done it. I would be just as upset if he was in my family. I don't think excuses should be made. But, if he is going through a tough time in his life, the press is kind of making things harder. But, that is the life you lead when you become famous, and the press is only doing there job.
    Have a great day everyone!
    Laura Duke:D
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    Meadowmufn reacted to RogerDuke in Dukes Reality Show   
    For a long time now I've tried to convince my family and friends that the Dukes of Hazzard is not a ficticious television show with actors. It's reality. There really is a Hazzard County and all them folks you see on it were just being themselves while they were being filmed....just like on modern reality shows.
    After all these years I finally heard a quote that proves it.
    (I've heard this quote before but I guess it didn't sink in)
    It comes from Luke and it's when a Hollywood producer was trying to get the Dukes to come to California to be in a film.
    Luke's response was "Well, that's real flattering of y'all but we ain't done no acting."
    See, there it is....proof that the Dukes are real. But don't take my word for it. Go to "The Dukes in Hollywood" to hear it for yourself. It can be found in the season 7 DVD of our favorite reality show.
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    Meadowmufn reacted to RogerDuke in Holy General Lee! Batman At Dukesfest!   
    John Schneider once said that the show would have succeeded if the General would have been a Gremlin instead of a Charger and I think he's right. I agree with Brian and Meadowmuffin that the people come first. When I met TimDuke recently at a car show, I would have still gone even if there wasn't a single car there (except the one that I needed to get there). I went there to meet Tim, Daney, DaisyMae and most of all Sheriff Rosco P Coltrane. There was one General there and one sheriff's car too but seeing those vehicles didn't nearly give me as big of thrill as meeting an awesome Dukes fan like Tim.
    Every Dukes fan loves the General though and every Dukes fan admires and respects anyone who has gone through all the work and expense to get one. It takes true love and dedication to the Dukes to do something like that and us fans who don't own Generals are insanely jealous of people like Tim.
    We are all a family here so it hurts me to see people I care about arguing but on the other hand a good debate can be healthy on occasion and it can make us all stronger.
    This kinda reminds me of Army soldiers and Marines arguing over which is the better branch of the service. Sometimes those debates can be fun but the bottom line is that they are all there for the same purpose of serving our country and should never let their differences get in the way of that bigger mission. (even though everbody knows that Marines are better)
    I was really enjoying the Batman vs Dukes thing and if I could make a humble request, let's nudge this debate back to that instead. What do you say Tim old buddy, sound like a plan? I'm gone.
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    Meadowmufn reacted to Julieduke in Dog Collar Challenge   
    Hey did everybody meet my english beau her Bond, James Bond he love me no matter what. But, he doesn't think that the Sheriff or his Deputies can catch him when he drives fast thow.
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    Meadowmufn reacted to Brian Coltrane in Dog Collar Challenge   
    It's the only thing saving me. My, yer lookin' radiant this evenin', Doc. Can I get you a drink? Pour you some coffee? Clean yer house? Take out your garbage? Paint the garage? Polish your boots? Re-wire a lamp?
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    Meadowmufn got a reaction from MaryAnne in Appomattox Challenge - MaryAnne's Upcoming Demotion   
    Brian,
    You forget that I'm a programmer and wrote a good chunk of the code that has run HNet over the years. HNet can certainly shpy on you for me and alert me to any misdeeds you might be up to. In fact, I'll just set my Palm Treo next to the bed every night and setup HNet to text message me any time you login. I'm a very light sleeper. MUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!
    Or maybe not. But you won't know if I set that up, will you? MUAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
    Ok, I've had my quota of evil laughs for today. I'm gonna go watch tv.
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    Meadowmufn got a reaction from MinDuke in Let's Set a New Forums Record!   
    We set a new record tonight of 120 users on at the same time. Woo hoo!
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    Meadowmufn got a reaction from AlexJackson in General Lee Jump Contest   
    I love it! I love it! They're off to see the Wizard, the wonderful Wizard of Oz...
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    Meadowmufn reacted to Enos Fan in Forums Test x 2   
    This is very true. I administrate a different (non DoH) forum with close to 2,000 people on it, and without V-Bullitin format, I found it to be very hard to weed out the junk and get rid of troublemakers who come in trying to sell all kinds of non-family-friendly junk to the forum. V-Bullitin has a great means in which new members can be checked automatically to keep the spammers and computer bots out of the system. I can't say much for the old system here, because I wasn't around here long enough to get used to it. But, I can say that I am really overjoyed with this upgrade. At the very least, it is a format that I can easily navigate.
    I don't really want to pick nits with anyone about this, we all have our preferences, but we regular forum members don't always see the nonsense that administrators go through in working a forum. Based entirely on my experiences, sometimes it can be downright unsettling.
    The issue of huge sigs are not as easy to moderate as one may think. This involves a massive amount of PMs and haggling with members to keep their graphics at a reasonable size. I have seen countless forums go over the top with graphic issues, and the ones with obnoxious signature sizes I left because I got tired of scrolling screen after screen trying to see what these people were posting.
    I know this from experience, and a lot of people have gotten downright angry with me when I've said their sig is too large on the forum where I work, some people have gone as far as to ignore my messages. The problem is there are a lot of people who use dialup connections who have a really hard time trying to read a forum because of the obscene amount of graphics on some people's signature files. Not everyone uses high speed internet connections, so forums have to take these folks into consideration. A lot of forums out there simply won't do it, and they miss out on a lot of members as a result.
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    Meadowmufn reacted to Enos Fan in Official Dukes Fan Club site back up   
    I've seen more fan organizations pull stunts like that than I could shake a stick at. Thanks Brian for the warning, and thanks to all of the admin here at Hazzardnet for keeping things fair.
    I came into this thread out of slight interest, but now I'm leaving it again, a smarter person and a few dollars richer.
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    Meadowmufn reacted to MinDuke in Official Dukes Fan Club site back up   
    When it comes to DOH sites, Ive been with Hnet since it was knee high to a grasshopper. In my opinion its the best DOH website out there and always will be. No one can touch Hnet and MeadowMufn, Brian and MaryAnne have invested years in this place to make it what it is today and for that, I know I speak for all of us when I say THANK YOU!!
    As for the Official DOH fan club, its never struck my interest really, why go there when Hnet has more to offer? Never have been impressed with the official club before and I doubt it can strike my fancy now. After reading Brian's post, Im really not impressed with the official club. In fact, it sounds like a huge ripe off! I think I'll take your advice Brian and save my fifteens bucks for the real place thats for DOH fans, Dukesfest!
    Jax
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    Meadowmufn reacted to Brian Coltrane in Official Dukes Fan Club site back up   
    HazzardNet is independent of all other Dukes clubs and websites, and always has been, and unless MeadowMufn gets her brain reprogrammed by aliens I doubt that will ever change.
    Tho' over the years, we've been good neighbors with the Confederate General Lee Fan Club. We recognize that several people on HNet hail from there, and that's cool. You're always welcome. As are members of whatever other sites and clubs.
    I'm going to break from HazzardNet's officially neutral stance on all the fandom politics and tell you exactly what I think of the "official" DOH fan club as run by Aneesh. I used to be a dues-paying member of it. The opinions expressed from here on out are my own, and not necessarily those of HNet, or Mufn, or MaryAnne.
    Aneesh, by his own admission, is a kid who never wanted to work for a living. So he came up with a fan club and suckered people into paying $15 to join. I was one of the morons who fell for his ad in a trade publication back in the mid-90's.
    What I got for fifteen dollars was diddly-squat. Aneesh would send out a poorly photocopied "newsletter" about three times a year, that was barely legible.
    His partner in slime, Michael Streit, helped him a lot. Michael had an impressive Dukes collection. The purpose of the first Dukesfest that he and Aneesh put on in Covington, GA, was more or less an opportunity to pimp Michael's Dukes collection. Aneesh also sold bootleg copies of photographs along with items that had been donated to the "club." Michael had told me back then that he was getting ready to get out and that's why he was letting go of all the stuff he could. In short he was cashing in now that he had an opportunity.
    One of the things Michael cashed in on, was an autographed photo he'd received free from Jimmy. Michael turned around and sold it to a fan for $35.00. The fan took it to Jimmy at a later appearance, and asked if he could personalize it. Jimmy recognized it, found out what the fan paid for it, and was very upset. This was just one example of many.
    This happened with many materials that the "official" club got for free from cast members and WB. I'd like to say that the proceeds went to the club to "cover expenses" but that'd be baloney. Isn't that why they charged a membership fee - and still do? These are the same guys who can barely send a newsletter or keep a website running.
    I do give them credit for organizing a fan event of any kind, and in getting Ben and Sonny and Jerry Rushing and Don Pedro to hang out for awhile. Tho' Aneesh charged $25 to fan club members for advance tickets. Yet if you walked in off the streets of Covington, as whoever, you got in for $10. ( It was a tiny set up in an empty retail store in a strip mall. )
    There were a handful of Chargers there, but they couldn't stay put long enough for fans to see them. They were busy running around town and showing off. There was supposedly a "guided tour" of filming sites, and cars were supposed to follow a GL. The GL went so fast that many people got lost.
    There was no schedule of events. There was a party at the original Boar's Nest, a half-assed affair that required more money to attend. I think I paid $20 more to get into that. Other people later showed up at the door and got in free. I realized fast that there was no altruism in this "fan club" and members were not treated equally.
    I could tell ya'll a lot of dirt. But what speaks louder than anything I could say, is the fact that Ben himself banned the "official" DOH club from representation at DukesFest. Wanna know why? Aneesh/Marky B. had bought a bunch of photos from Cooter's Place, back when this was at Sperryville, and then marked them up to sell at their "club" table. There were other issues, but out of respect to the parties concerned and our usual neutrality, I won't detail them.
    I realize that there's very few saints in the fandom, and the cast members themselves are very dollar-driven. This is a fandom, this is a family, but it's also a business and means of income to many people and I'm keenly aware of that.
    When it comes to the "official" fan club, my advice is, save your money.
    Brian
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