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Laurel Faye when she was able to feed herself. (circa
Laurel Faye Baley, affectionately known in the family circle as "Yoda", "Coog"
or "the Evil One", has officially begun her downward spiral into old-age. The
Ho Down was informed by a reliable source, who wishes to remain anonymous, that
Laurel Faye had actually forgotten what day it was. When asked to comment on
the incident, Laurel had forgotten what the question was and the story at press
time was yet to be confirmed.
The alleged incident occurred late October when the reliable source, whom this
paper will call Kathy Jessop (the Ho-Down has a strict policy of not respecting
anonymity), phoned the poor decrepit soul for a golf date early in the week.
The two agreed on 2:00 p.m. Friday for a tee time.
When Friday came, Kathy, realizing that her sister's state of mind has
deteriorated rapidly (and having dealt with Laurel's shortcomings on a daily
basis), phoned Laurel to remind her of the aforementioned tee time in the
morning of said day. Laurel Faye graciously accepted the reminder and thanked
her beloved sister for again taking the time to help her meet the every day
challenges that elderly people must toil with; such as remembering that they
have a golf date in 5 hours.
Laurel's fetish for drinking gallons of Caesars is
believed to be the major cause for her condition
When Kathy arrived at the tee time Laurel Faye was nowhere to be seen.
Concerned, she phoned Laurel's house and was, to say the least, surprised when
Laurel answered. When Kathy asked Laurel if she knew what time it was, Laurel
responded with the appropriate time and Kathy asked Laurel why she was not at
the golf course. Laurel Faye replied, "because our golf date is on Friday
silly!". Struggling with the dilemma of either bursting out with laughter or
thinking maybe its time to give "The Home" a call and book a room, Kathy
replied, "Coog! It IS Friday!". Laurel in a state of disbelief and confusion
replied, "Really?". Kathy, used to these mental lapses, golfed alone and was
heard muttering around the golf course, "I really have to get the number for
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