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I'd have to agree whole heartedly with Magellan, though I hope KB, Ed, Eusebius, and Dwain don't feel slighted.

...Apples and Oranges, you know ... :p


Plus I think avatar infringement suit jodi filed against Fizzy's optomitrist was settled out of court. smile

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ah but Katie, that elegantly knowing sultriness speaks to thoughts yet undreamed


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Wow, katie - that is a fabulous picture. You too, Elena.

smile Jodi

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Wow! Katie... How beautiful. The only pic I've ever seen of you was the one holding up the quilt. It simply doesn't do you justice. I hope you post this one in the new forums but I understand your hesitation if it's a safety issue. I feel the same way. Gosh, thanks for letting us see this one. As CG says "it's perfect."

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Bob,

I also agree with Magellan. I don't feel slighted in the least.

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ah but Katie, that elegantly knowing sultriness speaks to thoughts yet undreamed


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Well I'll certainly remember this one Bob ...

Thank you Chick, Jodi and Peggy ... I might post it.

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ah but Katie, that elegantly knowing sultriness speaks to thoughts yet undreamed


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Well I'll certainly remember this one Bob ...

Thank you Chick, Jodi and Peggy ... I might post it. [/b]
Bob's comment made me realize why it's so perfect. I've never seen a photograph that so perfectly captured "That Mona Lisa Smile" as that picture of you does--the knowing smile in the eyes and lips that have kept so many wondering for hundreds of years.

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ah but Katie, that elegantly knowing sultriness speaks to thoughts yet undreamed


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Well I'll certainly remember this one Bob ...

Thank you Chick, Jodi and Peggy ... I might post it. [/b]
Bob's comment made me realize why it's so perfect. I've never seen a photograph that so perfectly captured "That Mona Lisa Smile" as that picture of you does--the knowing smile in the eyes and lips that have kept so many wondering for hundreds of years. [/b]
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Really Chick ? I had to look at it again. Why, thank you so much ... smile

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Break the sequence, katie? Who are you kidding?

Does anyone else besides myself notice any positive correlation between the women who choose to post their pictures on PW and their exceptional attractiveness?

I'm waiting now for justme to post another of hers. wink ... followed by another one from plays .. and then another one from ... laugh

Why men love women!


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CG, I thought that Mona Lisa question was answered some years ago when they found that "Mona Memo" that, roughly translated, mentioned something about "seeing beHIND the quilt"


Oh just shut up,
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^^^combination signature and noun of direct unaddressed. :rolleyes:


Oh, and katie, I agree with CG on this one, but would caution about the "hundreds of years" thing .... my advice is "strike while the iron can still GET hot!" whome

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Really Chick ? I had to look at it again. Why, thank you so much ... smile
Yep. I was being totally serious. As a former professional photographer and painter whose favorite specialty in both media (good thing 89th has been eaten by the lions in The Collosseum) was women, I meant that. There is that same inscruteable smile in that photograph. The photographer and the subject created an instant classic.

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Agree with all of the above.

Now how about some more pictures!

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Yes, great pics!


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katie, that is a wonderful picture.

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Now such is apple ... a most beautiful woman!

You best post this pic with a big HI in the next coffee room !!! .

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She already DID, katie. smile (cept it says "hi" )


(she must have one of them fancy track-ball mouses. I can't draw a straight line with mine, to save my ... well, if I HAD one, I couldn't save it. ) Guess, I'll have to go "crooked to heck"

Good picture, apple.
Is that at YOUR house? I'm thinking not.

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Is that at YOUR house? I'm thinking not.
I'm thinking the family home of her mother from the description she gave of it some time back, judging from the porch and neighbor's home in the background.

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Yup Bob ... nailed again ... & with the cap off the bottle ... again ... wink
My apologies apple* ... I'm glad the pic made it to a new site. smile

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Hey Apple, there's a guy named C.V. Alkan over in THIS thread

http://www.pianoworld.com/ubb/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?/topic/2/7879.html

who is trying to search for your neat "hand warmer" trick you mentioned several months ago. Several folks mentioned that you HAD a good idea, but nobody could find the actual thread.

I posted what I THOUGHT you had suggested at that time, but I thought you might go over and straighten out what I may have been mistaken about.

thanks,
Bob

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