Fw: The Str8 Stuff on James HarmAn
Wed Sep 8 18:17:55 EDT 2004
>In a message dated 9/3/2004 1:41:44 PM Central Standard Time,
>First, please note the spelling: it's HarmAn, it's Dutch.. it was Van
> > the guy at the gate told my grandfather his new name was Harman.
> > HarmOn is French, far more common, thank you. A word to the wise is
> > sufficient, they tell me. Thank you for your interest, please tell
>you told your
> > new story, knowing the details you now know.
> > Thank you,
> > James"
>Thats a bit odd to me because my last name is Harnar, supposedly of Dutch
>extraction, our family name history is similar to yours and the name was
>possibly changed when it was transcribed by the immigration folks. My
>is James as well. I also have battled a weight problem all my life, my
>brother and sister are both diabetic...maybe that's why i was so much in
>your performance the time i saw you in Memphis. You kinda reminded me of
>me; only you have talent. My dad was very musical and we came up with
>harmonicas, trumpets, guitars, violins, mandolins, etc., around the house.
> Seems a
>bit weird (pronounced veird) to me.
Only if they steal your collection of vintage (some signed by The Galloping
Gourmet, fer christ' sake)
souped-up Minute Rice recipes and/or clean out your grease trap w/out being
asked or paid. Now, THAT would be veird. ;) chuck
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