Gun toting, veggie-eating, liberal mama!

Don't mess with Louise.

Comments

Gnarlodious (not verified) 12 years 49 weeks ago
#1

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

moonbat666 (not verified) 12 years 49 weeks ago
#2

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 49 weeks ago
#3

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

moonbat666 (not verified) 12 years 49 weeks ago
#4

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 49 weeks ago
#5

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 49 weeks ago
#6

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

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