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November 18, 2009

Quick quiz: This traditional folk festival in Colombia….

  • Commemorates the native people’s struggle for freedom
  • Is nearly 300 years old
  • Features colorful horseback choreography
  • Is a majestic tribute to Marge Simpson

Wait a minute, Blog Guy! If it’s 300 years old, how could it have anything to do with a 20th century cartoon character? Do you get my point?

I do indeed. Thanks for setting me straight, stranger.

And readers, please come back tomorrow for photos from the 200th anniversary of Seattle’s Betty and Veronica Festival…

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Performers dressed as natives take part in a traditional folk festival in San Martin in the province of Meta November 15, 2009. The annual festival, which has at least 270 years of history, commemorates the native people’s struggle for freedom against Spanish colonization. REUTERS/John Vizcaino

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Well, I would like to believe its a tribute to Marge Simpson… after all, female cartoon characters on PlayBoy magazine covers deserve no less…

Posted by Shra | Report as abusive
 

Marge Simpson ROCKS! But Lois Griffin really gets my motor running. If ya’ know what I mean…

Posted by Dave | Report as abusive
 

No, I dont… what do you mean, Dave?

Posted by Shra | Report as abusive
 

Shra, I’ve been in Afghanistan since the beginning of September. All I have see is “Blueberries” and the fashion models (occasionally he has a decent female model shot) here on Blog Guy’s site.

Ok, maybe that’s a bit of hyperbole, but not too far off. Anyway, Lois, even if she is just a cartoon woman with only 4 fingers per hand, is one hot mama. Any more detail than that, and Blog Guy couldn’t post, as I know this is a family oriented site…

Posted by Dave | Report as abusive
 

Well, then you been there just 2 months…. got bored so soon of the Bluberries??? Arent there any Forget me nots down in the fashion circles you frequent?

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