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Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Clowns Of The Wild West!


12 comments:

  1. Ha, ha... I had a problem with this. At last I understood. "Tall in the Saddle" was titled in Spain "Él y su enemiga" (He and his enemy).

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    1. Yeah, it's a title from an old John Wayne western, but it's come to mean someone who has 'an air of heroic, masculine dignity'. ...I think.

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  2. Heeheee! Love this one. Great, great image. I love how NON nonplus the horse appears.

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  3. teeheeeheee heehee heehee teeheehee this is making me chuckle at work :)

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  4. Ted I can not stop laughing. not only seeing your picture, but imagining it in reality.
    This is so surrealistically absurd!!!
    You know how to pull the strings of hilarity!!
    Thank you very much for showing us these things that come from your mind and brighten our day :)))

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    1. I just noticed 'tall in the saddle' is a lefty, like us. Look where I unconsciously drew his gun.

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  5. It's true... I LOVE the surrealistically absurd.

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    1. Ted, I must say that when I was a kid, I used to put coins on the track and when the train passed, the coins were as thin as paper. what a pleasure :D
      You and me have something in common besides being left-handed (as tall in the saddle) :) HA HA!!!!!!!!!

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  6. 'Ol wrong hand' makes us laugh again!!:)

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  7. Haha, now there's goofy for you. So cool how each clown has his colors and the background is sparse and Old Westy. I had to read the comments to understand the joke, but I can be slow. ;D

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  8. Yeah, apparently it's an old saying not used so much. And then I took that saying and illustrated it to mean literally tall; a clown on stilts.
    Anyway, this blog is a test pad for ideas, and all the input is very helpful to me, so thanks, Cindy.

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