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you going to the game? >> no, i'm going to be fishing. >> is that part of your responsibility? keep a clear head. >> i'll go for you if anybody has any questions.xo;f >> michele. >> we're going to the pumpkin festival. >> thank you. >> is that a good likeness? what do you think? >> looks just like me.<
you're looking great. we're doing good. >> thank you very much. you have my vote. >> thank you, sir. where is the other 20? >> i have a great book. >> thank you. i appreciate that. >> three gold medals in the winter games this year. i went up and did the golf this year. i did -- what do they call that
when you have a partner? what do they call that? >> i'm holding the gold medal if that's all right. thank you, sir. >> we need a good man. >> john? >> i know your family very well. >> when they dedicated that portrait. >> yes, sir, that's exactly right. >> look out, i'm coming through. i'm going to show you how to cook a bird. loga -- hamburger.
republican. >> what's the name of your school? >> dublin school. about 30 miles that way. >> great. school is that? >> it's a boarding school. >> fabulous. where do you call home? >> new york. >> you're a long way from home. what city are you from? >> new haven. >> great. good to meet you. good luck to you. >> how you doing? >> doing well, thanks. surviving. nice to meet you. >> nice to meet you, sir. good luck to you. >> thanks a lot. i'm honored. 55th reunion. 55th reunion. >> see, i'm a southern guy. i'm out here with a civilized civilization.
>> this is good. >> thank you, sir. how are you? i'm going to say hello to you. >> thank you. >> don't lose your sense of humor, okay? >> it's my mother in me. i got to keep it, otherwise i'll go nuts. too late. sorry. >> real lit pumpkins, real carved pumpkins. tonight is a mini thing for the district and community. this is national attention. >> it's fabulous. over here. >> under the hoop. >> the scoreboard. she invented this whole event. >> hi, nancy.
>> this is karen wilson. one of our producers. >> nice to meet you. >> thanks for your hospitality. >> thank you for coming. enjoy. do you have a pumpkin? >> do we have a lighter or match? would you like to light that? >> bring that over here. >> oh, my gosh, i'll never forget. i thought you were from maine. >> here, guys.#o >> be sure you get a look at the towers.
>> i saw it walking in. it is spectacular. you'll have them at this end of the street and that end of the street. >> and we light them all. >> we'll be in east texas. is tomorrow night when you light it or sunday? >> tomorrow night. we're hoping to break a world record. we have 17,693 jack-o-lanterns last year. >> so you're hoping for 20,000? >> that's right. and that's one of them. >> thanks. >> congratulations. >> we're going to get you a t-shirt. >> logan? do you mind holding the pumpkin?
do i have a chance to say hello to you? >> yeah. >> that's what i'm going to do. >> i'm doing great. it's a beautiful day, too. >> i hope you do something for health care. >> i will. i've done a lot in texas. >> what would you implement for a program? >> that's a broad question. for who, the elderly? the unemployed? >> i guess i would have to ask about my set of circumstances. i'm self-employed, i spend a lot of money on hmo care for the family -- >> deductability for starters. that would help keep you employed. >> i looked into that, and the way they have them set up now -- to be free of reform so you're able to invest.
>> i have a nephew who is going to graduate from college in a couple years. great young man, but he was diagnosed withupg diabetes as a young xb"dñfoellow. i'm concerned with the circumstance he's in with a preexisting condition -- >> thatãlaw is already passed that a preexisting condition can't be counted. >> that's great. >> that happened before i came along. what is your business? >> i'm a lawyer. >> everybody needs a good lawyer. >> i agree. >> yes, you do. nice to meet you. >> good luck to you. >> i appreciate your questions. >> from california. >> i've been spending a lot of time in your state. i need to. good to meet you all. thanks. what grade are we in? >> sixth. >> let me ask you a question. how many of you are going to go to college?
>> me! >> me! >> me! >> how many of you read more than you watch tv? tell the truth. >> me! >> how many of you practice math more than watching tv? >> me. >> do you know bill hickey? >> that's my you thiuncle. >> yes, i do. hickey built the first house i ever purchased. give them all my love. >> i will. >> i'm not sure who looks scarier, me or her. >> i know. >> you know, huh? >> you look great. >> thank you. so do you.
>> that will be the envy of everybody. >> it's intentional.r%4v >> thank you very much. >> thanks for having us. >> you're welcome. you're very welcome. >> we didn't qualify because we were ahead of the game. we made our movie theater over here to revitalize downtown. >> this is a great community. thanks for having me, too.
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