The Cavorting Continues Page Two (07/02/2010)

Nothing Else Counts In This World!   

The Signs Say It All

The cavorting was beginning to reach a fever pitch when all of a sudden an angel appeared!

Warning

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"OMG... I need another drink!"

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Ray makes Donna into an angel... Well, she was already!  He just provided the acoutraments!

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So... This is what a flapper looks like!?


Only Vicky could take a picture of an angel
with empty wine bottles in the foreground!

Did you know? - Angels are messengers of God in the Hebrew Bible (translating מלאך), the New Testament and the Quran. The term "angel" has also been expanded to various notions of "spiritual beings" found in many other religious traditions. Other roles of angels include protecting and guiding human beings.

The theological study of angels is known as angelology. In art, angels are often depicted with wings, ultimately reflecting the descriptions in the Hebrew Bible, such as the chayot in Ezekiel's Merkabah vision or the Seraphim of Isaiah.

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In a word.... Hubba Hubba Hubba

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I'll be a good girl!

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hic!

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"Do you think people are looking at us?"


Awe.... She has flown the coop!

The Styrofoam Container... So Entertaining For Adults

Did you know? - In 1941, researchers in Dow's Chemical Physics Lab found a way to make foamed polystyrene. Led by Ray McIntire, they had "rediscovered" a method first discovered by Swedish inventor Carl Georg Munters. Dow acquired exclusive rights to use Munter's patents and found ways to make large quantities of extruded polystyrene as a closed cell foam that resists moisture. Because of its insulating properties and buoyancy, it was adopted in 1942 by the U.S. Coast Guard for use in a six-person life raft. Styrofoam can be used for building materials, including insulated sheathing, pipe insulation and floral and craft products. Styrofoam insulation has been used in many notable buildings and facilities in North America. The Dow insulation product can be identified by its distinctive blue color; Styrofoam for craft applications is available in white and green.

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Even a full glass of wine left us wondering about a caption for this one!

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Quick... Change the channel

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It complements my outfit!

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No Donna... Your wings are missing!

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I'll help hold him upright cause the least little motion that hat will come off!

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Framed again!

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Good fit... Size large

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Ed... He is a natural

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Sailor boy

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Cock that cap forward

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Brian will not be outdone

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Dang.. A fashion statement if I ever saw one!

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Bob demonstrates how he can do two things at one time

Time To Cool off!

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You can see a little flash going off inside his hear

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Are we the last ones here again???

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Swing time

Time To Head For The Barn

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See you Thursday!  Next Friday?

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We could say goodbye all evening long!

Did you know? - In English, there are formal and informal ways of saying goodbye. In day-to-day speech, middle-class people also sometimes use foreign parting phrases like Ciao , Arrivederci, Au revoir, Adieu, Auf Wiedersehen, Tschüss, Hasta la vista, Hasta mañana, Sayonara.

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The last salute

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How dry I am!

OMG... We Did Close The Place Down

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Empty!

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Del saw a treasure on the way out.  Needed for his woodie station wagon...
He asked Vicky and she said...

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Vicky spoke!

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Sarge Was Guarding The House When We Got Home

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