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Old 06-10-2007, 12:18 PM   #113
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Thanks Kat, but you give us way too much credit..."fun and witt"???

We haven't made a reservation yet, but are planning to come. I'm voting for everyone coming as Don (or Donna) Ho. Let's do the Hawaiian thing--also known as a Ho-Down.
John's oldest daughter, Jen and I worked so hard last year to get rid of John's collections of Don Ho (Hawaiian shirts) outfit at the garage sale. Now you guys are giving him permission to reload his hawaiian shirts...you know he will be changing outfit every 15 minutes, just so he can buy a dozen new blazing, bright, colorful, on the verge of obnoxious H-shirt. Thanks guys...

BTW, I thought a Ho-Down is a southern, cowboy thing...am I wrong...someone, please educate me...American culture amazed me!!!

Don't forget to make your reservation and sign up on the rally calendar!!!

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Old 06-10-2007, 03:12 PM   #114
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Ed has been scrambling to find a Don Ho ensemble with no luck.
He may have to come dressed as a chicken...
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Old 06-10-2007, 03:52 PM   #115
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Ed has been scrambling to find a Don Ho ensemble with no luck.
He may have to come dressed as a chicken...
Bam,

I would bet you a buck that Ed would only dress as a chicken to entice Kevbo, I have heard there may be a connection...Ed and Kevbo show up a lot at the same place and time.

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Old 06-10-2007, 04:02 PM   #116
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John's oldest daughter, Jen and I worked so hard last year to get rid of John's collections of Don Ho (Hawaiian shirts) outfit at the garage sale. Now you guys are giving him permission to reload his hawaiian shirts...you know he will be changing outfit every 15 minutes, just so he can buy a dozen new blazing, bright, colorful, on the verge of obnoxious H-shirt. Thanks guys...

BTW, I thought a Ho-Down is a southern, cowboy thing...am I wrong...someone, please educate me...American culture amazed me!!!

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Shame on you. I'm no Don Ho fan, but I never met a Hawaiian print shirt that I didn't love. They just go with old cars, and old guys I guess. They're kind of like pink flamingoes. Milo and Lucy are ready for the Hawaiian theme, and so are we. Can't wait to see you all. Ron
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Shame on you. I'm no Don Ho fan, but I never met a Hawaiian print shirt that I didn't love. They just go with old cars, and old guys I guess. They're kind of like pink flamingoes. Milo and Lucy are ready for the Hawaiian theme, and so are we. Can't wait to see you all. Ron
I have nothing against Hawaiian shirt, but if your H-shirt collections are full of wash out, fade out prints, and the buttons were bursting out when you wore it, it's time to retire them, and let someone else fill the "void". If you get my drift...

Besides, I am very nostalgic, a hugh fan for the "mid-century" stuff, music, furniture, cars, architecture...and needless to say, it impairs my decision in finding "my man"!!! So I take wherever comes in the "package"...including the Hawaiian shirts...

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I have nothing against Hawaiian shirt, but if your H-shirt collections are full of wash out, fade out prints, and the buttons were bursting out when you wore it, it's time to retire them, and let someone else fill the "void". If you get my drift...

Besides, I am very nostalgic, a hugh fan for the "mid-century" stuff, music, furniture, cars, architecture...and needless to say, it impairs my decision in finding "my man"!!! So I take wherever comes in the "package"...including the Hawaiian shirts...

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"Mid-century"? That's just cruel. True, but cruel.
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"Mid-century"? That's just cruel. True, but cruel.
Ron, yes, it's true, but not cruel...I truly admire the quality, design and packaging (including you and John) done by most "Mid-Century" creators, designers, and manufacturers. I don't think you can find anything that is still so classic, and well maintain then the mid-century productions. You will understand if you visit our house!!! Like Martha Stewarts would say, "It's a good thing..."

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Old 06-10-2007, 04:49 PM   #120
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Ron, yes, it's true, but not cruel...I truly admire the quality, design and packaging (including you and John) done by most "Mid-Century" creators, designers, and manufacturers. I don't think you can find anything that is still so classic, and well maintain then the mid-century productions. You will understand if you visit our house!!! Like Martha Stewarts would say, "It's a good thing..."

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How'd you know it was me? It could have been Deb. But I do feel better now. I especially like the part about "design and packaging".
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How'd you know it was me? It could have been Deb. But I do feel better now. I especially like the part about "design and packaging".
Well, it's just a wild guess.... It's kind of hard to imagine Debbie crying over Hawaiian shirts...

Can't wait to party with you guys again. Is Mickey coming too?

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Well, it's just a wild guess.... It's kind of hard to imagine Debbie crying over Hawaiian shirts...

Can't wait to party with you guys again. Is Mickey coming too?

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Mickey will definitly be there! Pooka shell necklace (masculine in every way)and all.
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Mickey will definitly be there! Pooka shell necklace (masculine in every way)and all.
Too cute. I wonder if I can train TT in time to walk her. I bet Mickey and TT will enjoy mini-golf too.

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TT seems pretty mellow. She may not even know that she has a leash on. I say we give it a shot at this next rally.
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Old 06-10-2007, 05:31 PM   #125
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TT really enjoys the outdoor. We let her out on the rug outside the AS last week at Doheny State Park along the beach. She didn't escape at all nor did she chased the bunnies and squirrels whom vacated only feets away from the AS. Just enjoyed the sun and the breeze... (no leash...)
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Wish I knew you were there-we love that place. How did you ever get reservations on a weekend?

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