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CHURCH GRAVES
25-APR-2006 LARRY DAVID BRADEN

CHURCH GRAVES

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1moremile14-Apr-2007 00:07
I do. And I'll just take that as a comment.
Soenda12-Apr-2007 00:15
Do you think that this counts as a graven image?
dan dunn14-Jan-2007 10:03
I once had a Great Pyrenees dog named Fig Newton-He was massive and had a tendancy for inertia...
Dave Beedon05-Jun-2006 05:00
Of course it was Joey Newton (although he was not the son of Jim Newton). It could not have been "Fig Newton," could it? "Kangaroos" was included to make "joeys" sound correct. Besides, everyone (outside of Michigan) knows that it would be goofy to name a kangaroo "Fury." Man, this theme is getting weird.
1moremile04-Jun-2006 09:37
Was it Joey Newton? I don't remember any kangaroos, though.
Dave Beedon02-Jun-2006 20:29
(Jim) Newton's Law states that a broken wheel is good for a ranch that has kangaroos and joeys.
Dave Beedon30-May-2006 04:56
Stuffed horse?
1moremile30-May-2006 02:38
Heck no! Where do you come up with this stuff?
Dave Beedon30-May-2006 02:07
Are you telling me a story about a boy and his horse?
1moremile29-May-2006 21:26
It would be better if I didn't. You know about his Fury. He doesn't go for horse play. Anyhow, that's my theory.
Dave Beedon29-May-2006 19:42
I like it too. Do you think you could get a picture of Peter Graves to go with it?
Gary Winters29-May-2006 04:56
I like the way you gave the image a huge dose of sky, and how the gravestones loom large with the church way off in the background.
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