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Re: Soho show

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  • Subject: Re: Soho show
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  • Date: Wed, 03 Oct 2007 22:39:39 -0500
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I beg clarification.... does "lower balls" infer that there is an upper set? Please use the Greek form for clarification......are you referring to Sophocles, Demosthenes, or Testicles? What on earth would be an upper set of balls?
Thanks for your precision.............

On Oct 2, 2007, at 3:59 PM, Sandy King wrote:

You definitely don't want chiggers. Those little fellows tend to settle on one particular part of my anatomy. Oh well, might as well say it is the lower balls!! And once they get entrenched there, well, they are kind of ball busters.

Although I grew up in the south and this region has always been my home, I never in my life encountered the kind of infestation of chiggers and ticks that I found in the workshop this year in Nashville. My wife had to pick those nasty chiggers and ticks off my body for at least a week after I got back home.

But Peg was great to allow use of her beautiful place, and I figure I got more of the chiggers and ticks out at Don's farm.


At 2:14 PM +0000 10/2/07, pfredi@bellsouth.net wrote:
catherine, its certanly NOT something to look forward to. they are actually little red mite larve that live on the ground, on trees, and in the grass. they migrate to warm blooded critters, people included, attach to the skin that liquifies the cells then the feed on the liquid. some people dont even know they have been bitten but it makes some itch intollerably. down here we just paint them with clear fingernail polish and keep on truckin'. i think chris got hers on the nudie shoot we went on. peg

Peg Fredi

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From: Catherine Rogers <chrogers@bigpond.com>

Peg and Chris

This question is waaaaay OT, but I need to know - what are chiggers?

The feeling that I got from Chris's post was that chiggers is an illness,
and from Peg (just below), that chiggers is something to look forward to.

many thanks, congratulations, and I hope that the exhibition goes well
best wishes

From: <pfredi@bellsouth.net>
Sent: Tuesday, October 02, 2007 3:46 AM
Subject: Re: Soho show

> i think you got it all correct!! I do remember you shooting the bones too
with the model. I had so much fun with yall being here and hope we get to do
it again next year and i think we will have a good supply of chiggers too. I
have no idea which photo got into the show. i did submit some of the ones
yall saw and some new ones too. thanks for the nice words, muchly
appreciated. peg

> From: "Christina Z. Anderson" <zphoto@montana.net>
> >
> > I just KNEW that this list would be represented...isn't it interesting
> > at a minimum, 20% of the show is alt listers? And Ken, it would be GREAT
> > you could take pictures there! So happy to hear from a few list lurkers
> > finally, too!
> >
> >
> > That's also (Nashville) where I got a major case of the chiggers. wow.
> >
> > So, to make a very long story short, it is very fun to meet other
> > when traveling as we are a small community.
> > Chris

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