Gun toting, veggie-eating, liberal mama!

Don't mess with Louise.


Gnarlodious (not verified) 12 years 9 weeks ago

Oops! To shoot a fish, aim at the water.

moonbat666 (not verified) 12 years 9 weeks ago

The gun seems so out of place witn the beauty of the backround. I did not realize that pistols were used for fishing. Now put the gun away and get your fishing pole out, and jump in the canoe. Unless your being threatened by a grizzly the gun has no real purpose.

Loretta (not verified) 12 years 9 weeks ago

Too cool. Thank you so much for your music and inspiration!

moonbat666 (not verified) 12 years 9 weeks ago

Now I understand the gun. I always use one for killing carrots. I use a 38, is your gun a 45. Looks real bad.

Bruce Tutcher (not verified) 12 years 9 weeks ago

Mike Malloy once said that he's a gun-toting liberal because he lives in the North Georgia Hills and wants a gun ready when da ' publicans come after him. But really, I'm a progressive who grew up target shooting. Never hunted, never wanted to, never thought about it. We humans do many things that are not just practical.

Loretta (not verified) 12 years 9 weeks ago

Your photo needs to go on an album cover! Which one?

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