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Bob Lonsberry: 9/9/13

Family, friends, Obama's bus.

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    Sam and Scott are two pals. They share a room and in this picture are just waking up and starting their day.
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    Sam is almost 8 months old and Scott is two and a half.
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    Blue-eyed Ellie started piano lessons recently, and Scott wants to be just like her.
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    Because everybody loves pictures of bullets. It's not enough, but it's a start.
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    Stegasaurus Jack is playing fall soccer, carrying on the tradition of his older siblings.
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    Robbie with his newest soccer trick.
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    I went out to speak at a Patriot Guard event at the Palmyra Moose Club with the great David Bellavia.
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    Blue-eyed Ellie, Scott and I went for a walk along the Letchworth gorge. Ellie loves the outdoors and Scott loves everything.
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    The downside of hiking with me is they have to pose for pictures along the way.
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    It is always touching to see your children's love and concern for one another.
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    Young Scott is a hoot. He is very mature, thinks he's an adult, and sometimes seems offended when he isn't allowed to drive the minivan.
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    In the wake of recent bellyaching about the Rochester Police, I've been sure to wear this shirt when running through the city.
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    I don't want to boast, but, yes, I am a big deal.
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    First day of school! Ellie going into first, Jack into third and little Robbie started kindergarten.
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    It's all about the backpack.
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    Robbie got new school shoes -- Captain America.
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    Waiting for the bus.
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    Robbie off to his first day of school.
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    I worked a day at the Great New York State Fair, and drank eight mini chocolate milks. Very tasty.
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    Also at the state fair was Brian Dunkelman.
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    My batter died recently, and this gentleman, Mike, saved me.
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    On my 50th birthday, my son Lee gave me this pen, which he had made with wood from an apple tree he and I planted together when he was 3.
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    Aquaman at Jack's Fish Market on Joseph at Avenue D.
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    Robbie demonstrating his skills.
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    Here's Shari Smith's college-professor husband. He runs like the winds, and beats me every time.
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    Oh yeah, the president came to town.
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    The other day, I needed my secret $100 bill broken. The bank in the lobby of our building couldn't do it. But the kind security guard could.
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    I got into radio by following this man into a men's room 30 years ago. Gid Sherry was the big star at WHHO/WKPQ and I wanted to know how he did it. He told me as we washed our hands.
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    Jack and Robbie and I went to a Red Wings game and had the privilege of meeting a bona fide American hero -- the great Gary Beikirch. (I have no idea what was up with the bandanas. Thankfully, they never did it again.)
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    Young Robbie fell madly in love with the foam finger.
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    Young Jack wants to become a bat boy.
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    Believe me, Red Wings, you don't have to remind Robbie.