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The Guild 8-23-2003 Hamas Calls Bush 'Islam's Biggest Enemy'
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Posted on 08/23/2003 9:41:39 AM PDT by BigWaveBetty

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To: Iowa Granny
Good morning. It's been raining all night and morning.

A friend just called me and told me that the streets are all flooded. We need the rain so badly. My grass is crunchy and of course my crops need the extra moisture.

I hope that you can get some rain. It's been dry, hot, and unbearable. I am really getting sick of sleeping on top of my covers and begging for winter.
51 posted on 08/26/2003 6:06:14 AM PDT by Hillary's Lovely Legs (How do you expect to win an election, if all you are doing is running against your own party?)
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To: Iowa Granny
I believe that the northern part of the state has received more rain than have you guys...our harvest will be some two weeks later than usual due to the wet spring and the re-planting of crops. My brother and I will be up there whenever we know that the combines are in the fields.

The taste buds are getting for plenty of IowaChops and beef tenderloin.
52 posted on 08/26/2003 6:18:20 AM PDT by lodwick
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
Glad your crunchy lawn is getting a good drink. It's too bad about the flooding, I hate to see the moisture go to waste. Recharging of the lakes and streams is a VERY GOOD thing.
53 posted on 08/26/2003 6:24:45 AM PDT by Iowa Granny
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs; *The GUILD

Boneout Iowa chop

Heaven on earth


54 posted on 08/26/2003 6:25:06 AM PDT by lodwick
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To: lodwick
I definitely would like to eat a Pork Chop at the Cummins Cattle Co. with you folks. Or might I suggest a change in resturants and drive you to "The Iowa Machine Shed" Resturant. They serve meals for Threshers there. Of course we could also try the 801 Steak place,,, which is where the media types hang out when they're in town covering the caucuses. (or is the plural of Caucus, caucui?)
55 posted on 08/26/2003 6:29:16 AM PDT by Iowa Granny
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To: lodwick; BigWaveBetty

56 posted on 08/26/2003 6:55:31 AM PDT by Hillary's Lovely Legs (How do you expect to win an election, if all you are doing is running against your own party?)
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
The scuba diving one sort of looks like a "Farmer Tan", except farmers have white foreheads from wearing caps. My farmers have been wearing cut off jeans for working, trying to survive the heat.
57 posted on 08/26/2003 7:02:48 AM PDT by Iowa Granny
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
It's eerie, I was guffawing over Brian Williams last night with his negative racoon eye tan. Have you noticed that most of the anchors seem to be very tan after their vacations this year?

Maybe they discovered the airbrush tan at the spa.

58 posted on 08/26/2003 7:17:31 AM PDT by BigWaveBetty
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To: Aggie Mama
What does 10-Q mean?

You might be too young to remember Lawrence Welk, dance/big band leader on TV when I was a kid. He was also famous for his thank-you, thank-you, thank-you. But the way he said it sounded like 10-Q 10-Q 10-Q. Consider it computer language. :-)

I think you're a superwoman because I only had two and I remember what it was like. Whew!

59 posted on 08/26/2003 7:31:18 AM PDT by BigWaveBetty
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To: Iowa Granny
Before this is all over, there will be several things Howie Dean is not happy about.

LOL!

IG, just in case Dean wins the nom. ask your people up there to check a tape of the May 18th Hear it from the Heartland (sponsored by Harkin). While answering a question on universal health care he says something to the effect, Our system won't be like the UK's where if you're 65 you would be denied a kidney transplant.

It would make a great radio/TV commercial.

I heard that Iowa had triple digit temps yesterday and more on the way. Stay cool!

60 posted on 08/26/2003 7:55:45 AM PDT by BigWaveBetty
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To: Iowa Granny
(or is the plural of Caucus, caucui?)

Cacaphony perhaps?

Checking the 801's website and reviews, it would seem to be more of a John Kerry place to dine...they prolly wouldn't go for my shorts (if it's not freezing by then) and tee program in their dining room.

61 posted on 08/26/2003 8:12:49 AM PDT by lodwick
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To: lodwick
Dr. Dean seems to be enjoying himself in Texas, Ole!!

Former Vermont Governor Howard Dean (L) dons a sombrero given to him by an hispanic dancer during a political rally in San Antonio, Texas August 25, 2003.

62 posted on 08/26/2003 8:18:14 AM PDT by daisyscarlett
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To: lodwick
You're right about 801's attitude towards shorts and T's. I told you it is Hoity Toity.

I don't know if the Iowa Machine Shed has a web site, and I've no time to search this a.m.

I'll do some further investigating for dining excellence.
63 posted on 08/26/2003 8:20:44 AM PDT by Iowa Granny
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To: daisyscarlett
Yep - evidently Howie blew through Austin and SA to get some more jack for his quixotic quest.
64 posted on 08/26/2003 8:28:21 AM PDT by lodwick
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To: daisyscarlett
Ole'=Oh Lay=Gag me with a spoon.

No thank you.

Dean appears to have no scrupples at all. He will do ANYTHING for a photo op.
65 posted on 08/26/2003 8:32:54 AM PDT by Iowa Granny
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To: Iowa Granny; *The GUILD
The Machine Shed certainly supports the farmers

66 posted on 08/26/2003 8:34:05 AM PDT by lodwick
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*sigh*

Flight 93 to be remembered with totem pole
Tuesday, August 26, 2003
Associated Press

BELLINGHAM, Wash. -- A year ago, carvers from the Lummi Tribe crafted a 13-foot-tall "healing pole" and hauled it to a New York state park to honor those who died in the Sept. 11, 2001, attack on the World Trade Center.

This year, the tribe has made a second totem pole for the Shanksville, Pa., site where United Airlines Flight 93 crashed on that same day after the passengers tried to wrest control of the plane from terrorists. Carver Jewell James said he chose the design of a bear holding a human because the passengers "had to have the strength of a bear to do what they did." rest of story

67 posted on 08/26/2003 8:37:20 AM PDT by mountaineer
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To: mountaineer
So, Star Jones is too lazy to try the Atkins for 4 mos and wishes to by-pass the tried and true? She'll be back to Hindenberg size in no time.
68 posted on 08/26/2003 8:42:57 AM PDT by habs4ever
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To: Timeout
I hope that poor baby left Howie a nice wet mark ;-)
69 posted on 08/26/2003 8:46:41 AM PDT by habs4ever
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To: habs4ever
I hope that poor baby left Howie a nice wet mark

Not me. I hope the baby left him with sticky brown stuff in his hand.

70 posted on 08/26/2003 8:55:31 AM PDT by Iowa Granny
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To: Iowa Granny
Either one, IG!It would wipe that sh$$ eating grin off Dean's face ;-)
71 posted on 08/26/2003 8:58:37 AM PDT by habs4ever
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To: daisyscarlett
One thing I don't get about the Latina culture. If your hair is naturally brunette, why on earth do you think you can lift it to blonde? I see way to many latinas with hair that is trying to be blonde, but ends up being orange b/c they couldn't lift it past the red stage.

I always chuckle whenever I go down to Brownsville b/c I seem to be the only natural blonde there. =)
72 posted on 08/26/2003 9:21:03 AM PDT by Aggie Mama
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To: mountaineer
Have you heard about this new study of obesity differences between France and the U.S.? They concluded that French meal portions are 35% smaller than here.

Now, I thought the French food was good, though not as good as I'd been led to expect. But small portions???? Maybe meals at home. But I thought the restaurant portions were prepostrously large...all over France.
73 posted on 08/26/2003 10:00:43 AM PDT by Timeout
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To: Timeout
I've never found the portions in France to be particularly small - they either were just right or larger than average. My mother reminded me the other day of a restaurant outside Verdun - more of a truck stop, actually - to which I took my parents, where we had massive servings of turkey (the entire leg and thigh) and green beans (an entire plateful) - for lunch! In Germany and Austria, I've also had huge meals, e.g., a wiener schnitzel that hangs over the plate. The difference there, of course, is that people walk more, drive less, and don't snack as much as we do.
74 posted on 08/26/2003 10:13:12 AM PDT by mountaineer
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To: mountaineer
Absolutely MUST READING...Jed Babbin in today's NRO Online.

Spot-on analysis of the Iraq situation. Watch for him on Hannity tonight...he's usually on there or Hardball after he writes a column.

75 posted on 08/26/2003 11:18:18 AM PDT by Timeout
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To: Timeout; mountaineer
In France, the meal is spread out over time. The portions are small and when done well, are filled with exquisite taste. There is just the right amount of time allowed between courses for digestion to proceed. The whole meal is not heaped on one huge plate to be consumed and delivered to the digestive system in one massive onslaught. Let's face it, there is a sophistication of delivery to the table as well as the digestive system going on here.

This pretty much mirrors our experience in France. That and the walking to and from the restaurants helped. In Vienna we dined at a small local place that was the hang out for taxi drivers - the weiner schnitzel was exactly as Miss M described it. Heaven. (I missed the cream gravy that we use here.)
76 posted on 08/26/2003 11:18:35 AM PDT by lodwick
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To: Timeout
Good post. I hope the right folks in the administration are reading!
77 posted on 08/26/2003 11:27:26 AM PDT by mountaineer
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To: lodwick; Timeout
I'm in the middle of planning next year's trip to eastern France - you two are driving me crazy with all this talk of cuisine!
78 posted on 08/26/2003 11:32:55 AM PDT by mountaineer
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To: mountaineer; Timeout
Question:

Is it true that many French leave their elderly parents locked in their apartments when they leave for the August vacation? I heard that about a week ago.

This morning a report said many of the dead from the heat were elderly found alone in their apts.

Caught a quip last night from Chris Matthews. As he watched a clip of Deanie Baby, Chris noted that Deanie's shirt didn't fit. That's what has been bothering me about him (besides the obvious). Deanie Baby looks like he's choking at all times, I thought it was just his blood pressure from all the hysterical screaming.

79 posted on 08/26/2003 11:45:57 AM PDT by BigWaveBetty
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To: BigWaveBetty
That's absolutely true about the French. Besides the adult children of elderly leaving their parents alone in the stifling heat, so as not to miss their vacations, the old folks in the understaffed nursing homes suffered because the employees couldn't work one minute more than 35 hours per week, nor would they surrender one minute of their precious vacation time.
80 posted on 08/26/2003 11:54:15 AM PDT by mountaineer
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To: BigWaveBetty
PARIS, France (CNN) -- French officials said Monday that the remains of several hundred victims of the recent heat wave have yet to be claimed by their families.

Between 300 and 400 bodies were being stored in morgues and in nine refrigerated trucks around the city of Paris, city officials said.

Paris officials said a telephone campaign was launched Monday in an attempt to find the families of the dead. Authorities said if the bodies are not claimed soon, they will be buried.

The "vague de chaleur," or heat wave, that swept France for more than two weeks is estimated to have killed as many as 10,000 people across the country. Many of them were elderly and unable to cope with day after day of record high temperatures.

81 posted on 08/26/2003 12:05:14 PM PDT by mountaineer
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To: mountaineer
Thanks, I had heard it from a reputable source but wanted to confirm it with people I trust.

God forgive me for what I thinking about the French right now.

Even if they wanted to work one minute overtime there are government officials who wait and watch outside places of employment to make sure they don't. It's more than evil.

82 posted on 08/26/2003 12:12:38 PM PDT by BigWaveBetty
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To: All
How to kill your chances of getting elected president? Negotiate with terrorist dictators.

SPOKANE, Wash. - As he surges to the top of the race for the 2004 Democratic presidential nomination and begins to think about a potential contest against President Bush, former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean says he is shifting his views on the trade embargo with Cuba.

Speaking to reporters during a four-day national campaign swing, Dean said he supports rolling back the embargo in order to encourage human-rights advancements -- but citing Fidel Castro's recent crackdowns on dissidents, says that in recent months he has become convinced that ``we can't do it right now.''

Dean called Cuba a ''political question,'' and said that recent developments on the island would prevent him from his goal of ``constructive engagement of Cuba.'' More

At least Jesse Ventura was smart enough to wait until he was finished as governor with no futher political aspirations before he went to suck face with Castro.

83 posted on 08/26/2003 12:22:06 PM PDT by BigWaveBetty
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To: BigWaveBetty; mountaineer; Timeout; All
On a note more upbeat than the thought of roasting parents, our favorite vacation was spent with Mrs.L's sil, bil, kids and dog houseboating on the Canal du Midi in SE France.

I would HIGHLY recommend checking it out for a most relaxing and pleasant holiday.

84 posted on 08/26/2003 12:29:34 PM PDT by lodwick
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To: mountaineer
This travel talk is making me want to hire an arsonist to finish this house, buy a boat and live on it.

Portiragnes

In Portiragnes you will discover the friendly village life in the South of France, and will be able to enjoy games of petanque, whilst getting to know your neighbors, or take a walk through the olive trees and vineyards to the nearby Canal du Midi, recently acclaimed by UNESCO as one of the global heritage wonders of the world, or visit the 12th century church.

The village is thriving with small businesses, keeping it lively all year round. It is rich with old and pleasant village streets full of character, and the color of the old stone walls. It is here that you will find your home – Le Moulin de la Mer, in amongst olive trees and the warmth of Portiragnes.

85 posted on 08/26/2003 12:40:47 PM PDT by lodwick
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To: lodwick
That looks like a lovely place to go but I won't be going for a while, what with that new car payment (haven't had a car payment in ten years and it sure did hurt to write that first one!). If I can't get there in my new car I won't be going. ;-)
86 posted on 08/26/2003 12:41:57 PM PDT by BigWaveBetty (I'm so cheap!)
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To: BigWaveBetty
Tell Mr.BW he's got to step it up a notch or two.

At least y'all waited until the car dealers were giving interest free loans...with what the banks are NOT paying in interest, you deserved a new rig, imo.

May none of us wait too long to do those things, or take those trips that we've always promised ourselves.
87 posted on 08/26/2003 12:49:17 PM PDT by lodwick
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To: lodwick
Tell Mr.BW he's got to step it up a notch or two.

Noooooo, you tell him. ;-)

Actually Mr. B would go in a heartbeat but I'm the one who is the cheapster around here. Probably because I'm the conservative and you know how we like to take the fun out of life. *winkies*

Yeah, that 1.9 interest rate was just too tempting to pass up. It's practically free money!

And just so ya know.... Mr. B was inches from buying a BMW (no good deals on interest rates!!) when I noticed a commercial for an Audi and the 1.9 rate. Audi's are great looking (very swoopy) and FREE MONEY!!!!! Not even Mr. B can pass up FREE MONEY! Plus it's got four wheel drive!

I'll see if I can find a pic.

88 posted on 08/26/2003 1:02:29 PM PDT by BigWaveBetty (I'm so cheap!)
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To: lodwick

We have a silver one. I think it's prettier from the front, this is a side view...


89 posted on 08/26/2003 1:10:53 PM PDT by BigWaveBetty (I'm so cheap!)
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To: BigWaveBetty
I like it! My mother was looking at the Audi, but the salesperson was rude and dismissive, so she bought a Volvo.
90 posted on 08/26/2003 1:20:46 PM PDT by mountaineer
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To: BigWaveBetty; mountaineer
Very nicely done! May it give you thousands of trouble-free miles.

SalesCreeps don't realize that there of lots of us out there who will vote with our feet, and simply take our business elsewhere.

There's only a gazillion dealerships out there busting butt to get us in the showroom...
91 posted on 08/26/2003 1:51:45 PM PDT by lodwick (I'm not as cheap as Betty, and Mrs.L's generally happy about that.)
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To: mountaineer; lodwick
Sorry your mom had a nasty salesman, ours was very nice and went above and beyond. Volvo's are very nice too. I would like to have the two seater Audi, it's way, way cool.

SalesCreeps don't realize that there of lots of us out there who will vote with our feet

I know JL! What's up with that? Mr. B could hardly argue with the logic of practically FREE MONEY! :-) compared to 6.0 so our feet did the walkin'.

92 posted on 08/26/2003 2:56:05 PM PDT by BigWaveBetty (I'm so cheap!)
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To: lodwick
(I'm not as cheap as Betty, and Mrs.L's generally happy about that.)

Hey! I didn't see that! (taglines don't show up on the comment page.) I hope I'm not being too cheap and making the husband crazy, I'll have to ask... again.

93 posted on 08/26/2003 3:00:29 PM PDT by BigWaveBetty (I'm so cheap!)
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To: BigWaveBetty; lodwick
When I bought my car a couple of years ago, I went by myself on the 2nd try (my dad went with me for the first look-around.) The salesman I got at one place was so condescending, I had certain requirements that I wanted, and he kept trying to talk me out of them. "You don't want four-wheel drive" "Why do you want stick shift???" "A four door car? You're single, why do you want four doors?" "New? You can get sooo much more car if you buy a used car." Needless to say, he didn't get a sale. And I filled out a customer card to say why...
94 posted on 08/26/2003 9:32:10 PM PDT by Utah Girl
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To: BigWaveBetty

Way too cool.


95 posted on 08/27/2003 6:16:31 AM PDT by lodwick
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To: *The GUILD
The 45th Class Reunion

E-MAIL | 26 Aug 2003 | Unknown


I had prepared for this event like any intelligent
woman would. I went on a starvation diet the day
before, knowing that all the extra weight would
just melt off in 24-hours, leaving me with my sleek,
trim, high-school-girl body.

The last many years of careful cellulite collection
would just be gone with a snap of a finger. I knew
if I didn't eat a morsel on Friday, that I could
probably fit into my senior formal on Saturday.

Trotting up to the attic, I pulled the gown out of
the garment bag, carried it lovingly downstairs,
ran my hand over the fabric, and hung it on the door.
I stripped naked, looked in the mirror, sighed, and
thought, "Well, okay, maybe if I shift it all to the
back."

Bravely, I took the gown off the hanger, unzipped the
shimmering dress and stepped gingerly into it. I struggled,
twisted, turned, and pulled and I got the formal all the
way up to my knees before the zipper gave out.

I was disappointed. I wanted to wear that dress with those
silver platform sandals again and dance the night away. Okay,
one setback was not going to spoil my mood for this affair.
No way!

Rolling the dress into a ball and tossing it into the corner,
I turned to Plan B: the black velvet caftan. I gathered up
all the goodies that I had purchased at the drug store: the
scented shower gel; the body building and highlighting shampoo
& conditioner, and the split-end killer and shine enhancer.

Soon my hair would look like that girl's in the Pantene ads.
Then the makeup, the under eye "ain't no lines here" firming
cream, the all-day face-lifting gravity-fighting moisturizer
with wrinkle filler spackle; the all day "kiss me till my lips
bleed, and see if this gloss will come off" lipstick, the
bronzing face powder for that special glow

But first, the roll-on facial hair remover. I could feel the
wrinkles shuddering in fear. OK - time to get ready. I jumped
into the steaming shower, soaped, lathered, rinsed, shaved,
tweezed, buffed, scrubbed, and scoured my body to a tingling
pink.

I plastered my freshly scrubbed face with the anti-wrinkle,
gravity fighting, "your face will look like a baby's butt" face
cream.

I set my hair on the hot rollers. I felt wonderful. Ready to
take on the world. Or in this instance, my underwear.

With the towel firmly wrapped around my glistening body, I
pulled out the black lace, tummy-tucking, cellulite-pushing,
ham hock-rounding girdle, and the matching "lifting those
bosoms like they're filled with helium" bra.

I greased my body with the scented body lotion and began the
plunge. I pulled, stretched, tugged, hiked, folded, tucked,
twisted, shimmied, hopped, pushed, wiggled, snapped, shook, caterpillar crawled, and kicked. Sweat poured off my forehead
but I was done. And it didn't look bad.

So I rested. A well deserved rest, too. The girdle was on my
body. Bounce a quarter off my behind? It was tighter than a trampoline. Can you say, "Rubber baby buggy bumper butt?"

Okay, so I had to take baby steps, and walk sideways, and I
couldn't move from my butt cheeks to my knees. But, I was firm!

Oh no, I had to go to the bathroom. And there wasn't a snap
crotch. From now on, undies gotta have a snap crotch. I was
ready to rip it open and re-stitch the crotch with Velcro, but
the pain factor from past experiments was still fresh in my mind.

I quickly side stepped to the bathroom. An hour later, I had
answered nature's call and repeated the struggle into the girdle.
I was ready for the bra and remembered what the saleslady said
to do.

I could see her glossed lips mouthing, "Do not fasten the bra
in the front, and twist it around. Put the bra on the way it
should be worn straps over the shoulders. Then bend over and
gently place both breasts inside the cups."

Easy if you have four hands.

But, with confidence, I put my arms into the holsters, bent
over and pulled the bra down, but the boobs weren't cooperating.
I'd no sooner tuck one in a cup, and while placing the other,
the first would slip out. I needed a strategy. I bounced up
and down a few times, tried to dribble them in with short bunny
hops, but that didn't work.

So, while bent over, I began rocking gently back and forth on
my heel and toes and I set 'em to swinging. Finally, on the
fourth swing, pause, and lift, I captured the gliding glands.
Quickly fastening the back of the bra, I stood up for examination.

Back straight, slightly arched, I turned and faced the mirror, turning front, and then sideways. I smiled, "Yes, Houston, we
have lift up!" My breasts were high, firm and there was clevage.

I was happy until I tried to look down. I had a chin rest and I couldn't see my feet.

I still had to put on my pantyhose, and shoes. Oh why
did I buy heels with buckles? Then I had to pee again.

I put on my sweats, fixed myself a drink, ordered pizza, and skipped the damned reunion.
96 posted on 08/27/2003 6:18:53 AM PDT by lodwick
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To: Timeout
Do you have the URL for that site with the dog cards? I had to replace my hard drive and lost my bookmarks.

Thanks.
97 posted on 08/27/2003 6:27:35 AM PDT by Hillary's Lovely Legs (Thank you, McClintock supporters, for all your nasty and insulting emails.)
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
Good morning all.

Kritter Cards


98 posted on 08/27/2003 6:36:39 AM PDT by lodwick
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To: lodwick
I'll have my 40th Reunion next summer. I think I'll save this and include it in the booklet of addresses and email addys I'm putting together for it.

Thanks for the chuckle,,,,, laughing at yourself is good medicine for what ails you.
99 posted on 08/27/2003 7:14:53 AM PDT by Iowa Granny
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
It took me a minute. "Dog cards"? And then I realized what you meant.....

Chudleigh

http://www.jacquielawson.com/home.asp

100 posted on 08/27/2003 8:40:27 AM PDT by Timeout
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