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Hee Haw...Lulu Roman Truck Stop banter...known for her humor

Hee Haw--"Gloom, despair, and agony on me; deep, dark depression; excessive misery; if it weren't for bad luck, I'd have no luck at all!" LOL

March 7, 1970. Gordie Tapp, Louis M. Jones, Jeannine Riley, Dianna Scott, David Akeman, Lulu Roman, Buck Owens and Roy Clark, and Cathy Baker of CBS's "Hee Haw."

Much of the Poitou donkey’s early history is lost in time. Their name comes from the Poitou region of France, where the Roman empire introduced them. The breed was itself created to further breed especially strong mules for labor. Mules being a hybrid of male donkeys and female horses, Poitou donkeys were bred alongside and with Mulassier horses for their particular mule offspring. Their exact breeding history is lost, but Poitou breeding guidelines were well established by the 18th century.

This is LuLu Roman. She was on Hee Haw. She is amazing comedic timing. Some say she has better timing than Lucille Ball. But the people who say it area dumb as fuck!