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Pokey LaFarge may dress like a 1930s throwback, but his original songs are peppered with everyday references which, one assumes, have been absorbed osmosis-like on his endless roadtouring of the USA and beyond.
And for Pokey La Farge, there's nothing unusual about the traditions of American music being kept alive, simply because it affected him from a very young age and he believes it can do the same for other people.
Karis was even snapped wearing a Pokey Hat Fashionista T-shirt at FHM's 100 Sexiest Women in the World awards bash in London recently.
Greg Rand, chief executive officer at Aspen Exploration, was sentenced to 18 years in federal prison in July, but we're not sure when he has to report to the pokey.
Kipp's refused to go back after our depressing visit to the over-crowded pokey zoo.
I know this all sounds a bit dodgy, but I need to move out of this pokey flat and soon.
If you don't hurry, My pokey little pup, You won't get to bed 'til it's time to get up
However, Judge Revel could indeed throw her in the pokey for missing three alcohol ed classes as of her last court appearance.
Over 100 children were entertained by a comedy show, organised dance routines like the hokey pokey and the chicken dance, and celebrated with the many characters provided by the Big Moo such as Mooey the Cow and Spots the Butterfly.
Entertaining and educational, "Pokey The Playful Whale" captures the story of Pokey the whale through Smith's lighthearted rhymes and Les Harper's colorful illustrations that bring the joyful spirit of Pokey to life on each page.
From the early morning wakeup in the pokey accommodation, to the regimented competitions and organised sporting events, it's all a bit creepily reminiscent of something horrific.
You have to walk through the main concourse then you have to go outside to the side of the station to a pokey lift that only takes one wheelchair.