Smalley urges us to watch the Moron Brothers, and more

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For several years, I’ve subscribed to a free outdoor information site called the Outdoor Hub.

I learned about Outdoor Hub when the editors were initially actively soliciting contributions from outdoor writers across the country.

The idea was to spread the outdoor word — in short, concise stories — through website and email.

Popular stories include record big-game animals, new products, trophy fish, outdoor anecdotes featuring famous people, just about anything and everything of interest to people who enjoy the outdoors.

And always a good mix.

Including some humor.

So, in a recent Outdoor Hub, after scanning the video “Grizzly Bear Steals Jeremy Wade’s Salmon Right off his Line” and reading “Is the Bass Pro/Cabelas Deal Falling Through,”, I found a music video that not only made me smile, but made me laugh out loud.

And, believe me, after dealing with a clogged toilet, loss of WiFi signal, and a mortally wounded microwave on the same morning, I needed a good laugh.

Ever heard of the Moron Brothers? Two old, bib over-alled guys singing bluegrass?

Billed as a “Hilarious Valentine’s Day Song,” the Moron Brothers were picking and singing “If My Nose was Running Money, I’d Blow It All on You!”

I also remember a story about the late Dale Earnhardt breaking his hand on a poacher’s face.

Outdoor news, videos, and quizzes can be found at www.outdoorhub.com. Also available as a free email subscription.

Check it out!

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