Friday, November 13, 2009

IDLE HANDS. . .

Hmmmm. The cute little fridge magnet from vacation seems to have been. . . . . altered.

17 comments:

  1. Uh? Send what?


    Fire in the hole!

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  2. You'd think they might want to consider staying rail thin as a survival strategy?

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  3. I love the "hidden" deer - I've been on too many hunts that went that way. :)

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  4. Your alterations or Brigid Jr.'s?

    I like it whoever the author is.
    :-D

    +1 to Rev. Paul

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  5. Instead of "Visions of sugar plums dancing in your head".....

    do you have visions of squeaks exploding, in your head?

    Bob
    III

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  6. That nearly required a Level 3 keyboard safety alert. I gagged on my tea instead. Well done!!!

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  7. Looks like you managed to shoot the Ravenous Bugblatter Deer of Traal.

    Jim

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  8. I came across this site whilst getting some info as to what folks think about Brownell's Oxpho Blue.

    There's a lot of good food stuff here: I ended-up enjoying the picture of that yummy-looking blueberry muffin! One word - wow!

    Ok, time to heat-up the leftovers.

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  9. How did the navy get two submarines on the prairie?

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  10. What.. No recipe for Prairie Kabobs? :)

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  11. Those the same rascals Bill Murray's been trying to blast since Caddyshack? 'bout time!

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  12. I LoLed. Good thing the coffee cup was in the other room.
    Reminds me of a CCI stinger t-shirt I have.
    Brigid you may want to play the shut up and dance game.
    http://www.cci-ammunition.com/game/default.htm

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  13. "Shot, over!" "Shot, out!"

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  14. That's about the size!
    It's almost as if you were there! Matt G, JPG and AD apparently lowered the boom on a prairie dog village. Heh.

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