Age of Chivalry
October 7, 2004
This is Rajah from Greyhounds of Fairhaven.
She was adopted from a Fresno greyhound rescue organization.
She was such a sweet and gentle dog! There were a bunch of other
greyhounds that had been rescued and available for adoption.
This adorable little nymph is Liberty. I saw
her dancing like a lunatic, with her arms flailing in the air, doing cute little
laughing, and just so full of energy and life...her mother was nice enough to ask her to
stop running circles around us long enough so I could take her picture.
This sweaty fashion victim, on the other hand, was
not so cute. You've all seen him...he's the one who makes up his own dance
moves, a one-man comedy act made up of bad coordination and total disregard of
what others think of him. This coryphée held the audience captive while he
performed an interesting routine composed of
clogging, a sexy Hawaiian hula, the Mexican Hat dance, the Angry Nazi Salute, and just plain drunken oblivion.
I double-dog dared my boyfriend to join him from behind and do a nasty
grind...he wouldn't do it. Anyway, at one point this dancing fool noticed
that a group of cute girls had gathered to watch him. He picked up his
beer, which he had set on the stage while he danced so his hands could be free
for artistic emphasis, and he confidently strode over to them. I have no
idea what he said, or if he said anything at all, but it was very impressive how
he managed to clear the area immediately.
The Fenians, the unfortunate band who had to endure
watching the prancing schmuck throughout their entire set, decided to strike a
pose of their own...a dance move from Michael Flatley.
This guy looks familiar...I think I posed with him
last year (see my Pic of the Week 9-20-04). He seems to have lost a leg
since then...those Renaissance pirates just can't get along!