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    Posted: 15 Apr 2012 at 1:45am
ConfusedShockedWAIT A MINUTE, here!!!
Am I the only one who saw (and dearly loved) 'DOGMA' and also knows George Carlin is, well...dead?
 
 
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I have the "buddy Jesus" statue somewhere.
 
 
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Consider your home blessed.
Have the cats tried to 'make it their own'?
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Consider your home blessed.
Have the cats tried to 'make it their own'?
 
No, but one of the kittens did knock my glow-in-the-dark Mary statue off the dresser and start batting it around.  And I'm not kidding about that.
 
I made them meow the Hail Mary three times as penance.
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

No, but one of the kittens did knock my glow-in-the-dark Mary statue off the dresser and start batting it around.  And I'm not kidding about that.
 
I made them meow the Hail Mary three times as penance.
 
 
LOL!
The first thing I thought of was Robbie Coltrane playing "Thomas, the junk collector", in the classic movie, 'Mona Lisa'!
In one (very,very funny) scene in this very brutal movie, he had a whole room full of glow-in-the-dark Mother Mary statues...
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Funny...you never see Mary statues (the kind with the blue background) on people's lawns anymore.  I used to see them all the time back in NJ.  Maybe it was an Italian thing.  Or a Jersey thing. 

Then again, you don't see many lawn jockeys these days either.
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Funny...you never see Mary statues (the kind with the blue background) on people's lawns anymore.  I used to see them all the time back in NJ.  Maybe it was an Italian thing.  Or a Jersey thing. 

Then again, you don't see many lawn jockeys these days either.
 
 
 
ConfusedWOW! Hadn't thought of those Mary statues with blue background in quite a while - forgot all about them - but the moment I read your post my left-brain was struck by lightning (through the inner ear, doncha know) and I remembered exactly all, or at least an awful lot of the semi-oval, blue background Mary statues, including the Mary Lawn Jockey ones.  
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