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Sunday, June 10, 2018

Betsy Ross, Sex Goddess


Dear Sillies,
If you have one, yank it out and wave it proudly!
{Incidentally, Thursday is Flag Day.}
Take care of yourselves, my friends.


35 comments:

  1. Patriotic duty suggests that if the flag is erect during the hours of darkness it should be properly illuminated.

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    1. I salute you for this declaration, EC.
      Well stated.

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  2. It would just be rude to poke an eye out after being invited in.

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    1. I hate it when that happens, Pat. Fully agree.
      Thank you.

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  3. Oh heavens to Betsy...wave that flag proudly. Kneel when necessary.

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    1. That's what I'm saying.
      And "heavens to Betsy" <-You're brilliant!
      Thanks, Joanne.

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  4. You make every holiday more fun, Robyn.

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    1. It wouldn't be fun without friends like you, Alex.

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    1. A far underrated saucy one, that is.
      You're right, as always, Spunk.
      Smiles.

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  6. So, does that mean I might get laid on Flag Day?

    Just got The Trumpeter's New Clothes today, and read it before I even got back in my car at the Post Office! As soon as I can, I'll be leaving a review on Amazon. SPOILER WARNING: It's gonna be a good review!

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    1. WOOT! YAY! You're my favorite Fox!
      Thank you kindly.
      PS Hope you'll read it again and again.

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    2. PPS Yes, you're going to get laid on Flag Day! What's your address?

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    3. Maybe I should send it privately. If I give it out right here on your blog, more than one woman might show up, and... Waitaminute, waitaminute, waitaminute! I'm talking like that's a bad thing!

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    4. Ha. This could be the beginning of a wonderful new life. For you too.

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    5. By the way, Robyn, I just left my review of The Trumpeter's New Clothes on Amazon, but it hasn't posted... yet.

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    6. Thank you, Silver. I read and love it. You are appreciated!

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    7. I brought the book to the flea market Sunday, and one or two of the other dealers may end up buying it.

      Almost every time I read it, I spot something new. Sunday was the first time that I noticed the illustration where the King is petting a woman's cat, and she looks horrified. I thought "Why is she reacting like that? He's only... Oh, I get it!" Was that your bit or the artist's?

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    1. From your mouth to...a big flagpole owner's ears, She Who Seeks.

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  8. This post provides a new theory about why the patriotically mindful run flags up their poles --so that those distracted by fireworks won't blunder into them.

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    1. Now those are the true Americans, Geo. (The ones blundering into flag poles, that is.)

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  9. test... just testing to see if this posts. I think I hit enter before I finished my last post, dagnabdoggoneit. In any case, I'm here to say hello and congrats on your new book. :)

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  10. Since Georgie had wooden teeth, I bet other parts were made of wood. He may have invented the term woody

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    1. It kind of makes you re-think that cherry tree fable in new and exciting ways, right, Birgit?

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  11. Next time you parade it out..........that surely hits what is going on these days. Waving it purposely for others to see is not a sign of patriotism...not in my book. Read an article a few days ago the a Veteran posted, he says the most patriotic people he sees, are those kneeling. Hurrah for him I say.
    Sandy's Space

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  12. You crack me up, Robyn. :-) Happy Flag Day to you!

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  13. And don't let it get rained on unless it's properly lit. (Oddly enough, that's actual flag etiquette. Sort of.)

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  14. I need the right wind to raise it. Been a while. Must only be a light breeze about. I need a good old gust to come through and hoist that baby!
    Hope to get to grease a flagpole soon!

    ;)

    xo

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    1. I hope you do too, Anthony. And I hope I do too.
      =) xo

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