Monday, December 19, 2005

Photo by Leo

I was tryin' for the old post-cardy kinda look. What do you think? On the way to Mt Lemmon.

Comments:
Next time Larry comes to Arizona, I'm sure he will climb up there and raise his arms in the Japanese bonsai cheer while we snap away in safety below.
 
I'll do it
 
Hey, I have a pic of Larry doing just that - up in the canyon...is that a famous Tipper pose?
 
Yes. He also did one when the Three Amigos returned from Nogales in late March. Whenever he sees some spectacular formation, he just spontaneously climbs it and does an exultant pose. Certain women have complained of this behavior.
 
Hmmm, I certainly didn't realize at the time that I was capturing a true piece of Larry-lore...I bet it'll be worth a fortune someday =)
 
Nah. It's pretty commonplace, unfortunately. It's like seeing Lincoln on a penny. There's a billion of 'em.
 
Peggi, don't listen to these birds. You have something very valuable.
 
Just in case I'll hang on to it for a while & see if it increases in value =) btw, do these rock formations look a bit like Barney the Dinosaur (& a couple of little Barney's) to anybody else, or is it just me?
 
No, they look like Leo's cro-magnon profile; prehistoric jutting forehead, small brain pan, undershot chin.
 
Nyuck. Cro-magnon so it be.Maybe a better place for me. Back when people didn't stress and freak over drivel.

We will find, when science gets their head out of their Darwinian asses that man has not evolved. Changed? Sure. Gotten better? Maybe, though recent history definitely suggests otherwise.

"Heartless powers try to tell us
What to think.
If the spirit's sleeping,
Then the flesh is ink
History's page will thus be carved in stone.
And we are here, and we are on our own.

So the kids they dance
And shake their bones,
And the politicians throwin' stones,
Singing ashes, ashes, all fall down.
Ashes, ashes, all fall down."

-John Perry Barlow
 
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