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Friday, August 21, 2009

Garrison Girls








The Daily Mail specializes in the more important news that is fit to read. I applaud then for their service. And speaking of service, a group of military wives launched their own full-frontal assault today - bravely baring all in a nude calendar in honor of their husbands.

The 'Garrison Girls' - wives of men from all three Armed services - have bared all in a tastefully-shot set of black and white photos.

Each artistic picture depicts the girls - who are all between 19 and 40 and have no previous modelling experience - posing with flags and pieces of military uniform. 19 to 40, that works.

11 comments:

  1. Now, That's More Like It!


    Welcome back.

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  2. The librarians, duece, think of the librarians!

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  3. Sometimes you don't want to look at your sausage being made.

    Other times...

    (Double entendre, I know.)

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  4. Washington Post -
    Jacqueline L. Salmon

    Leaders of the nation's biggest Lutheran denomination voted Friday to allow gays in committed relationships to serve as clergy in the church -- making it one of the largest Christian denominations in the country to significantly ..
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  5. New York Times
    Guaranty Bank, a deeply troubled Texas lender, was sold on Friday to Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria of Spain in one of the largest government-assisted deals offered to a foreign bank
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  6. BBC reports:

    The release of the Lockerbie bomber was tied to trade deals between Libya and the UK, reports quote the son of Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi saying.

    Seif al-Islam told Libyan TV the case was raised during talks over oil and gas, AFP news reported. The UK Foreign Office has strongly denied the claims
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  7. "In all commercial contracts, for oil and gas with Britain, (Megrahi) was always on the negotiating table," Mr Islam said told Libya's Al Mutawassit channel.

    Mr Blair visited Libya in May 2007, during which UK energy giant BP signed a $900m (£540m) exploration deal.

    However, the Foreign Office insisted Megrahi's release had been a matter solely for the Scottish authorities
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  8. Any bets on whether Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed Al Megrahis' cancer goes into spontaneous remission?

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  9. We're still going to wake up to $74.00/bbl Oil, in the morning.

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  10. Recession, China ain't got no stinkin recession. They got Gringo Money, and, all they needs is Oil - Chinese Consumption, and India, and Egypt to name a few.

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