The answer to, and winner (if any) for, our last contest question of:
This legendary tap dancer practiced so much that he went through 20-30 pairs of shoes a year. Name that tap dancer.
Bill "Bojangles" Robinson.
This is a very touching short video. Check it out.
We had no winners, seems y'all shuffled off to 'Wrong-Answer-O' and tapped out on this one.
I don't dumb down, so please wise up!
Now on to a new Q.: Win a copy of my NEW cd CALLED ‘30′! – (first anti-band CD) or my NEWER cd CALLED ‘NEXT”(‘06) or my NEWEST cd CALLED ‘THIRDS” (May ‘07) or my MORE NEWEST cd Called “FOUR-TH” ‘08 or my Just RELEASED MOST NEWEST cd CALLED ‘5-TH’(Nov.’09)( one of the 5 CD set). Hunkasaurus.com (has them all plus videos and more) if you are the first to e-mail me at THIS ADDRESS: tom-hendricks @ att.net(remove blanks of course) with the correct answer to this art question*
18th century France. Long skirts for women have ballooned out to over 8 feet wide. This led to some house design innovation to accommodate the new fashion in skirts. Name it. GOOD LUCK!
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