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A Bone to Pick
The June 17 Mouthing Off commentary on the Blues and Bones Festival was right on! When we realized that the "buck-a-bone" advertised was nonexistent, we waited for 45 minutes at Daddio's barbecue (which appeared to be the only real barbecue stand among the vendors). When we finally came within sniffing distance of the meat, we were told that Daddio had "run out." Ribs would take another 45 minutes and chicken another hour and a quarter. The blues were great; if it had just been advertised as such, everything would have been fine.

Robert Lind
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