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    Quote Originally Posted by WalshFan88 View Post
    Don is looking a bit like Colonel Sanders these days, but ever stylish with the AirPods, lol.
    Perfect description!

    And I must say I like the gray hair instead of the orange/brown/gray he used to have! Although he does look older!
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    Thanks for the video link. Oh my gosh, he does look like the Colonel! Dang!

    Iím glad he mentioned what was going on. It seemed an ill-timed hearing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sodascouts View Post
    Thanks for the video link. Oh my gosh, he does look like the Colonel! Dang!

    Iím glad he mentioned what was going on. It seemed an ill-timed hearing.
    Yeah me too.

    I was surprised to know that he knew or seemed to know what TikTok was, lol. I knew he would know YouTube or Spotify. I'm sure he had some help with his speech, or at the very least someone "hipped" him to the newer social platform names. It certainly made him seem less out of his element or uninformed and out of touch. I have a TikTok, but I've never used it. I never used Vine, Snapchat, Byte, Periscope, or now TikTok. The whole short video clips, and some disappear thing never was my jam. I love Instagram for my photography and the fact I can upload a whole minute of video (or longer if I use IGTV) and quickly share it to Twitter and Facebook at once, but the Snapchat/Vine/TikTok/IG Stories thing is beyond my scope. I just post to the feed on Insta. I never got the hang of the stories, seemed too much like Snapchat to me, although I think IG's version is superior to Snap. I support it fully, but I tend to stick to what are becoming geriatric social networks, although Instagram is still fairly hip, Facebook and Twitter however, are not!
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    I think Don is rockin the grey! I see the Colonel resemblence, but I prefer this look! My glasses are similar ha ha. Thanks for the link. He did well, as much as we like the free content, he makes a point, especially for the newer artists out there. .

    The hearing was most likely planned a while back and unfortunately unable to reschedule.

    Walshfan88, you have tiktok! You go! My kids love the dance challenges lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by WalshFan88 View Post
    Don is looking a bit like Colonel Sanders these days, but ever stylish with the AirPods, lol.
    LOL! Austin, did you do this?

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    That's hilarious!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CAinOH View Post
    LOL! Austin, did you do this?
    OMG no but that makes me ridiculously happy to have beaten them to the punch with the thought of him looking like Colonel Sanders! Haha it's literally the first thing I thought of when I saw him in that picture. I'm just glad someone else sees the same thing. Haha I think Don should be the new Colonel for KFC. I'd pay to see the commercials!
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    I hope Don doesnít get miffed...,ha ha...Iím sure the guys are getting a chuckle

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingWalsh View Post
    I hope Don doesnít get miffed...,ha ha...Iím sure the guys are getting a chuckle
    Lol, knowing Don, he will probably be miffed. And I do not care haha. He has always needed to lighten up a little. I actually think itís better to be natural whenever possible, but I thought the similarity was a little funny. No harm no foul!
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    Don would be a great Colonel Sanders. Heck they had Reba as Colonel Sanders. Now that was weird.

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