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    Mardi Gras 1941






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    Nov 2004
    Edwards,Missouri
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    Re: Mardi Gras 1941

    Times have changed.All the men on the street had white shirts and ties.And I didn't see any 'flashing' on the balconeys.Did Gypsy see the Gypsy Caravan about half way through?

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    Gypsyheart~ Queen of Rust

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    Re: Mardi Gras 1941

    Very cool Judie....Thanks...Love that Gypsy caravan!!
    I go a great distance,while some are considering whether they will start today or tomorrow

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    Re: Mardi Gras 1941

    Wow! I didn't see anyone getting shot and there were no crack heads in the crowd. Those were the days!
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    Re: Mardi Gras 1941

    obama would not like this, not enough color.

  6. #6
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    Re: Mardi Gras 1941

    I think you meant OSAMA. Why does 20% of the population think they should be in the Limelight 100% of the time. Call me what you want, but I am a God Loving American. Can OSAMA say that? If anyone does not like what I post, Then kick my Readneck off this site.

 

 

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