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  • BobD
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    I don't have a problem with the rambling--I really like Toni's origional thread, and feel bad that we hijaked it <grin>

    Majority rules! Or perhaps we should ask Toni, since this started out as her thread!

    Bob

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  • Little flower
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    [HTML]Anyone object if I split off the OT posts and make it a separate thread?
    Bob[/HTML]

    No problem. We do tend to ramble a bit!!!

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  • SharonW0111
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    okay with me ----where do I sign up--lol

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  • Gill
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    Originally posted by BobD
    Anyone object if I split off the OT posts and make it a separate thread?
    Bob
    Sounds reasonable to me .

    Gill

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  • lucky788scroller
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    Your the boss Bob, what you say goes!

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  • BobD
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    Anyone object if I split off the OT posts and make it a separate thread?
    Bob

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  • Gill
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    I stand corrected, Moon; I simply looked at a map and it struck me that Texas was pretty far down south. So when you guys refer to the 'Deep South', which states beside Alabama would you mean?

    Hmmmm... not so sure you're right about Southern women being liberated though. When I saw 'Steel Magnolias' and 'Fried Green Tomatoes At The Whistle Stop Cafe' I was struck by how them good ole gals were expected to raise a family and be supportive of hubby as their top priorities. But perhaps I'm getting a distorted view by taking too much notice of Hollywood.

    Sorry for taking the thread so far off topic, Toni .

    Gill

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  • Old Mooner
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    Baloney! You can't keep a "Texas Girl" "pregnant and in the kitchen." It is too darn hard to catch 'em. Probably the reason she (Sharon) never heard of shoes is that she always wears cowboy boots. Texas women don't need any rescue missions either. They are about as "emancipated" as you can get, bless their pea-pickin hearts. In case you haven't noticed "Texas Girl", I am also from Texas (native, I might add) and boots are still favored in this area. And Gill, "this area" is not, repeat not, the "Deep South". I lived in Alabama for awhile. That is the "Deep South."
    Moon

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  • Ann
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    Gill -- "no shoes" is also connected to being kept "pregnant and in the kitchen". Think we should mount a rescue???

    Ann

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  • Gill
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    Originally posted by SharonW0111
    What are shoes ?
    I'd heard rumors about womens emancipation not reaching into the Deep South, but I'd always thought they must be exaggerated. It seems I was wrong .

    Gill

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  • SharonW0111
    started a topic Ladies At Scroll Sawing (LASS)

    Ladies At Scroll Sawing (LASS)

    My question is to "Old " Moonie-- being a Texas girl-- giggle- I want to know -- What are shoes ?-- inquiring minds want to know---
    Sharon -- and as old as dirt here....lol

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