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February 06, 2007

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AnnonyMouse

Congratulations Jimmy....I guess we should address you, Mr. President (hee hee)
It doesn't look like you have much more room for "thingies".
Square dancing sounds like a lot of fun!

Tim J.

Saaa-LUTE!

(Okay, I grew up watching Hee-Haw).

Karen

In my family and circle of friends we go "HEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE"

Very nice, Jimmy!

Monica

Congratulations, Jimmy! I so want to square dance now. I'm off to check for local groups.

(it was the dangles that got me :))

Mary Kay

Sounds like a lot of fun. Nice badge dangle too :)

Monica

Can you elaborate on the 'Alpine Squares'? I'm having a hard time putting 'San Diego' and 'Alpine' together in the same sentence.

David B.

Nice reveal there at the end, Jimmy.

David B.

Oh, almost forgot. Congratulations!

Edward

Look at the badge again, Monica. Jimmy's group is named for Alpine, CA which is east of San Diego.

Alpine, CA in Google Maps

Kris

And the Jimmy Akin personality cult was futher affirmed of their leaders greatness...

Monica

Thanks, Edward. I guess it pays to read the fine print! (Now I have to find out why they named the city Alpine...) :)

Esau

JIMMY AKIN:

WATCH MONK THIS FRIDAY -- MONK WILL BE PARTICIPATING IN A HOEDOWN IN THE UPCOMING EPISODE!!!!

Dan Hunter

Mr Akin,
Is square dancing akin to contra-dancing?
God bless you.

Benedict

Check for movie times and even buy your tickets on ... "fun dangle."

Jason in SA

Wow -- all of us are pretty dorky. I love, however, revealing glimpses of dorkdom's outer reaches. Today, Jimmy has given me that glimpse.

So when my wife makes fun of me for whatever geekiness I've accidentally let slip in front of her, I will always be sure to remind her of this post.

For this reason, I love Jimmy.

Edward

Dan Hunter,

Here's an old post Jimmy did about round and contra dancing: click here

I think it might answer your question in a round-about way.

Tim J.

This reminds me of when SpongeBob couldn't find his nametag, and ended up rummaging through a dumpster and going a little bananas.

And his nametag didn't even have a dangle!

Puzzled

Interesting, and the ethical guidelines for a particular ministry including no hugging.

Cheryl S.

Congrats on the office!

(and ROFL at the Hee-Haw reference, Tim J.)

Paul

Jimmy,

You don't own a drill? How is that even possible? I would suggest a corded 3/8 in. Crafstman (I have a Black & Decker, but B&D longevity is iffy). Battery packs are good for outdoor use and versatility, but the batteries can only be charged so many times, and they go dead just after they stop producing your model. Cords also deliver the same amount of power all day long -- batteries go slowly, so you gradually lose torque. Also, the corded options are cheaper -- the 3/8 in. Crafstman is only $39.99.

fidens

Is there a St Vitus medal you could 'dangle' off the bottom, El Presidente?

http://www.catholic-forum.com/saints/saintv07.htm

Mary Kay

Tim, I have to admit that I owe my education about SpongeBob to you. Thanks for your public service :)

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