Saturday, February 2, 2013

Girls, Poles, and Rule 5 Woodsterman Style






And how to avoid a fall while riding the bus.
Thanks Dan !

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20 comments:

  1. Maybe it should be an Olympic sport.

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  2. Opie, do you mean the last one? I think Mooshell could get gold.

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  3. That last one made me spew my coffee all over the monitor. Thankyouverymuch.

    Have a terrific day Odie. :)

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  4. Sandee, somewhere on my sidebar there is a Warning/Disclaimer about that very thing. Don't drink coffee while visiting this blog. I guess I'll have to move it up a little.

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  5. Always have clorox wipes handy...

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  6. Brooke, never leave home without them.

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  7. They certainly are ... limber.

    Well, most of them.

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  8. Edutcher, yeah ain't it great most of the time.

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  9. I wonder if that last one was holding tight to the other pole the day before when the brakes got slammed on...?

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  10. That's a whole new perspective on pole work.

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  11. Never been on a bus or subway when that type of pole work was going on.

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  12. You lured me into a dream then ended it with a nightmare!

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  13. That next to last one does something for me---too much considering my condition with my plumbing problems.

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  14. Velcro, I think you're on to something.

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  15. LL, In the biz, we call it "Workin' it".

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  16. Admiral, buses lose more poles that way.

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  17. Mike ... well that's Rule 5 Woodsterman Style for you.

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  18. Ron, looks like she would be glad to "Take Charge".

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  19. Just what we need It should be an Olympic sport!

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