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I never saw this or your blogs before, corrijean. Nice!
A little something for the clutz's in the crowd:
I would love to be able to do things like that. I have always been kind of a clutz.
The part where they do that collapsing bridge/arch thingy (1:36) was nice, and the grand finale.
Must be something to be able to do stuff like this... I mean they probably exercise great restraint but, if you had a relationship with gravity like this just walking to the corner market to get a pack of gum could be an adventure.
I don't know, I thought it was pretty cool.
I guess I am still astounded by things like that because I can barely even do a headstand.
it appears they do have that...now if we could just convince them to stop it! this is better than when they roll around on the floor and swing a ribbon about, i spose..
I wonder if they have men's rythmic gymnastics . . .
The hula hooper is kinda hot.
Apology accepted. I still do not want to be friends, so please leave me in peace. No hard feelings.
User this post was directed towards has now been banned for cheating. So his posts are gone now and it looks like I'm talking to myself. http://www.chess.com/home/game_archive?member=sluggo8
True. I see em outside every once in a while, but they're usually around three inches long. This must be a babe. :)
Can you take a picture of it? Maybe you could find out what species it is if you had a picture and could ask some people who know about that kind of thing. I guess it depends on how strong your curiosity is.
I caught it in a jar, even though it moved pretty fast for it's size. I guess I'll just toss it outside. I wish I knew what kind it is though. I'd put it in a terrarium, if I knew what to feed it.
How are you going to catch it and re-introduce it to the great outdoors?
I just found a tiny pink lizard, about an inch long in my kitchen!!!
Very cool :)
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