Friday, March 19, 2010

Happy St. Patrick's Day 2010 - pics






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14 comments:

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Another Kiwi said...

Thunder, you look...interesting dressed in green.

Jennifer said...

Plus, I thought the sign on that amphitheater said "Bush Family Reunion"...

Kathleen said...

that is one scary leprechaun

J— said...

I was going to say, "Look at the wee little leprechaun," but then I saw his staff and said, "Whoa!" Also, it looks like he used his end of the rainbow powers to knock down the Man in the Red Hat. He also did something dastardly with the Niña and the Pinta. Where are they?

Von said...

ahahahaha.
Love this post!!1
Looks like fun.

M. Bouffant said...

The Santa Maria?

Sweet Mother of Gawd, did you forget the Irish monks who rowed the Atlantic to the New World 500 yrs. (or whenever) before the Italian guy?

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

If those Irish monks had wanted the town named after them, they shoulda sailed here like Christopher Columbus done.

P.S. I believe a Kraken got the Nina, and the Pinta was beaten to death by a gang of blindfolded children.
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J— said...

Who ordered the Kraken's release? This is important!

Another Kiwi said...

When a Kraken wants to be released it just fuckin' is, and that's that.

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

Sweet Mother of Gawd, did you forget the Irish monks who rowed the Atlantic to the New World 500 yrs. (or whenever) before the Italian guy?

Their boat was made of fine Corinthian leather.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

The Kraken from Macon
went searching for bacon.
He sighted the Nina
and started the shakin'.

The crew, thus awaken,
Panicked and screamed.
And they weren't fakin'.
The Kraken just laughed and ate Johnny Depp.
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Smut Clyde said...

Irish monks who rowed the Atlantic to the New World

Don't forget Prince Madoc, boyo.