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07-Jan-2008, 09:52 AM #781
You should post one of you FG would love to see you in action......
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07-Jan-2008, 03:07 PM #782
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You should post one of you FG would love to see you in action......
There is one really cool one where my 23 y/o gelding (that would be a male without all his parts) is clear, except for his legs--they are just a blur. I miss him....he finally died year before last....

It's really neat, I'll have to see if I can have my mom find it. I was only 12 when it was taken though, so I'd probably have to blur out my face so that no one can see how dorky I looked back then...
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There is one really cool one where my 23 y/o gelding (that would be a male without all his parts) is clear, except for his legs--they are just a blur. I miss him....he finally died year before last....

It's really neat, I'll have to see if I can have my mom find it. I was only 12 when it was taken though, so I'd probably have to blur out my face so that no one can see how dorky I looked back then...

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07-Jan-2008, 09:32 PM #784
Hey! Everyone looked dorky at some point in their life. I'm not the only one!
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08-Jan-2008, 12:02 PM #785
My dork age was between 5 and 10.
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08-Jan-2008, 06:10 PM #786
This picture is beautiful and terrifying at the same time. It's a real life shot of a fire, not just some glittery art job.

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09-Jan-2008, 07:53 PM #787
Greetings from Dublin Ireland....Fantastic picture
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09-Jan-2008, 10:17 PM #788
Welcome Chitty. Enjoy your stay.
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09-Jan-2008, 10:37 PM #789
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OK, last one for the day I promise.....



It just reminded me so much of my current town of Fogeyville that I couldn't resist....
Oh man, that's ugglleeee!
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Greetings from Dublin Ireland....Fantastic picture
You'll have to tell me all about Ireland....I'm lookin' to move to Cork someday.
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You'll have to tell me all about Ireland....I'm lookin' to move to Cork someday.
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Polar bear cub saved from mother's jaws snoozes happily in the care of its new keeper
Last updated at 01:06am on 10th January 2008

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Animal lovers can breathe a sigh of relief at this sight of the tiny polar bear cub neglected by its mother, sleeping happily in the home of a helper who will now rear it.

The yet-unnamed baby seemed in grave danger when its mother Vera, began violently swinging it around by the scruff of its neck.

The 8lb baby had to be rescued by keepers at the zoo in Nuremberg amid concerns its mother would harm or even kill it.



The new cub happily snoozes
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Polar bear cub saved from mother's jaws snoozes happily in the care of its new keeper
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Animal lovers can breathe a sigh of relief at this sight of the tiny polar bear cub neglected by its mother, sleeping happily in the home of a helper who will now rear it.

The yet-unnamed baby seemed in grave danger when its mother Vera, began violently swinging it around by the scruff of its neck.

The 8lb baby had to be rescued by keepers at the zoo in Nuremberg amid concerns its mother would harm or even kill it.



The new cub happily snoozes
Aww what a sweet little bear...
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10-Jan-2008, 03:17 PM #794


We get these by the millions in the late Fall.
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10-Jan-2008, 03:19 PM #795
He ain't waiting for a Democrat. That's obvious.

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