Thursday, January 26, 2012

Theme Thursday.....BALANCE

BALANCE


Badasses
Awesome
L
ethal
Armed
Necessary
Commandos
Exterminators

We need to keep balance between good and evil.
I think a Can-o-Whoopass
is a good way to keep some of that balance.

I salute the balance keepers who rescued
the young lady kidnapped by pirates this week.

May our balance keepers stay safe, and continue on their
quest for balance.

For more Theme Thursday Balance stories please go here.

8 comments:

  1. That’s an interesting, controversial angle! Happy TT! -J

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  2. nice...i salute them as well...esp that seal team six...woohoo...and props to all that served...

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  3. oh Dear the balance is always so difficult! nice post!

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  4. As ex armed services (UK in the 70's) myself I have utmost respect for any and all armed services personnel male and female, wherever they serve and whatever their task. None of it is easy. They all come back from the middle east changed by it in many ways. They serve so we enjoy the freedoms we do. This is a lovely way of paying tribute to them and to the special services, like the six who rescued the two from the pirates in Somalia, even more respect.

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  5. The man who's half my heart was once a paratrooper...love the pic. Mind you, he ended up a little 'unbalanced' but all good. Hmm maybe I will enter...there's a story in there somewhere.

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  6. I love the can-o-whoopass poster. I am so thankful for all those who protect and defend us, and not only us, but the Constitution as well. They are very special people.

    Thank you for your wonderful comments. Right now I'm turning into a "paintin' machine". If I'm lucky, the painting should be completed this week!

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  7. Your response to balance is right on target. Thanks for demonstrating the point so elegantly.

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