Trophy room

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  1. beauhunter41031

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    Yeah
     
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  2. bgkyarcher

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    Get a bite? Ohhhh, yeah. Fishing.
     
  3. Stone Branch

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    Are we talking short legs, big head?

    Older Ladies can still be beautiful, Elizabeth comes to mind, she's not afraid of the camera.

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  4. KYote-Krusher

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    Ok ... how?

    The old quote comes immediately to mind: "Beauty lies but skin deep while ugly lies the bone ..... etc., etc. " ;)

    And most importantly: Did you do an "Adams Apple" and "Little Richard" check?? :eek: :p
     
  5. KYote-Krusher

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    You think that's OLD??!! You must still be in High School. :p

    And "Elizabeth" who? WAY before my time I'm afraid. :(
     
  6. HuntressOfLight

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    No Sir, simply petite and still within my awakening stage brain fog, with decaf brewing, but I think that I shall issue query later today, in order to learn why it is that midgets heads are always out of proportion. I have always wondered about that super cute phenomenon. I adore midgets!

    I simply do not like standing beside any for too long, because I am completely unaccustomed to not having my eyes elevated, when chatting with other adults and teenagers. Children are typically another story. I get along great and am extremely comfortably around them, because they simply consider me to be just another playmate, ha!


    I agree. I ran across an older lady at the store and could tell that she was simply great model material and always had been. She was talking to the cashier whom she knew, telling about having been surprised by introduction to a man last summer while she was out on a boat. It was an extremely humorous story; so, I dove directly into the conversation, social butterfly that I happen to be.

    Needless to say, she found the man standing upon the dock leading up to his over the top huge and beautiful home unappealing, wanting absolutely nothing to do with him in way of potential love at first sight, lol. She quickly learned via the conversation that I am a photographer. She returned back into the store in second thought, handing me her number.

    I have unfortunately misplaced it and feel badly for it all, because I just know that she wishes to sit for photographs, and I would not mind assisting her with them, even though she did not rudely ask me. It was beyond amazing how well she had aged. I simply liked her personality; graceful and entertaining she was, indeed.

    Whomever took the photograph of Elizabeth did her an injustice, via being zoomed in too far with the lens and thereby amputating one of her pretty legs. That is a big no no in photography, otherwise good job. Matting in a certain style prior to framing could assist with that unfortnate error. It is a great pose that she made in front of nice backdrop and required no adjustment in timing of the shutter release button.

    Timing of light source could have been much better, but that is all. I would photograph her and prefer to do so without the sunglasses later in the day, once the sun had dropped just a bit more. The most important thing is that she looks happy, making it a great photograph by the photographer. She looks to be much fun.

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    I ran across this historical house having once belonged to either a lawyer or judge in Alabama. It is on the historic register, and someone managed to purchase it for dirt cheap. He had much work to do in way of renovation, much like yourself. He managed some bookshelves containing all of the old law books.

    I used to file those constantly new laws into those books, as a small portion of duties with one of my first jobs, and I quickly bored with that mundane job duty, while all else was great about the job. Those antique book shelves are somewhat similar to what I had in mind for Captain's office (prefer the beautiful ones I once utilized for the lawyer having employed me... he only purchased the best of everything and was an avid collector of antiques, extremely knowledgeable about them and teaching me much more than I already knew of them). They would be of great assistance to the captain and look extremely nice, surrounded by his selected deep sea catches mounted and hung upon his office walls.

    Another thing about this home caught my attention and may work extremely well for the captain. That is the separate rental income housing upon any property. He will initially require someone to take care of his dog and feed the few fish within the gator trophy mount.

    That someone could also tend to the yard and any errands in which the captain may have need of, while at sea and then some, but ultimately would serve as a guard for all of the captain's trophies displayed within his new residence. The rental rate would be reduced, in lieu of all. The man could also assist with cleaning the trophy mounts hung within dangerous places.

    I actually permitted one of my employees to reside within the historical house that I once leased as my corporate headquaters and found such to be quite advantageous in that manner. The small amount of reduced rental income would assist the captain in offsetting purchase, as would the labor of the renter, being that time is money. That type of purchase, income producing properties, also comes in useful with bank loans.

    https://www.oldhousedreams.com/2019/10/01/talladega-al/
     
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  7. Lady Hunter

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    When my daughter & son in law were looking at houses last year, one that I absolutely LOVED had a huge room that would have been a perfect trophy room. Rough roof metal (hung with the ridges going top to bottom) for the lower 3' or so, a barn lumber style chair rail at the top of the metal, and then the upper walls (where the mounts could be displayed) were drywalled & painted a sort of rusty red. It looked AMAZING! I wish I'd taken pictures. I'm probably going to try to duplicate it to a degree if we ever get around to closing in our covered deck....
     
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  8. High Rack

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    What you call being a social butterfly by injecting yourself into a personal conversation, we call it , just being a Nosey Bitch.
     
  9. HuntressOfLight

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    Lol, must not be a Kentucky notion in which you have grown to possess over time, but more of an ugly Yankee one. :p

    The two females mentioned most certainly did not think such to have been the case, nor have I come across others within Kentucky as such, always willing to chat and typically initiating such efforts toward me, myself, even though I have done an outstanding job of keeping to myself while here, compared to my norm.

    That stated, I do find Tennesseans to be much more of natural social butterflies, with exception to many mountain folks, and imagine that such partially contributed to my own disposition, having spent much time there each year as a youth before relocating back to my Florida home for part of each year.

    There exists a distinct difference between Tennesseans and Kentuckians, although rather similar in many ways, while a large difference between us native Floridians and both.

    Georgians and Alabamians fall somewhere in the middle but typically possess much southern hospitality, all the same.
     
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  10. HuntressOfLight

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    Intitial research accomplished leads me to believe that the answer to your question may actually be yes, but the politically correct pansy socialists nudge all toward censorship of the word "midget". I don't care what they try, I shall refer to them as midgets all day long, because that is the reality of it all. Fact! They now want all to use the term, "Little people" for everyone. I'm a little person and would even be willing to wrestle a midget within a pool of hot red jello over my right to yell midget at any one of them, Ha! That would actually be hillarious, lol. Perhaps I will be afforded such a fun opportunity one day. :D

    That's part of what is wrong with the children these days, unfortunately. The far-left has made overly sensitive little pansies out of them and many adults, as well. I was referred to as a midget more times than I could possibly recall, primarily by my taller brothers in jest, lol, and then some, but if such had not occured, perhaps I might have desired to be tall, when just a child or thereafter. All I do know is that their having done so never once bothered me. I have always preferred having an exceptionally unique appearance and consider myself to have been blessed by God for such.

    I do recall my parents having become concerned, with my mother eventually taking me to a specialist regarding my petite stature. Such was simply because all others my age had hit their growth spurts long before then, whereas I had not done so. I was always much smaller and had never really thought anything about it, rather enjoying always being first in line for school photographs (lol, I always received two photos for it to their one, because I had the honor of holding up the class sign and peeking over the top of it, while laughing about all behind it).

    I may have been in fifth grade, no longer recall, but I remember that doctor visit and the follow-up visit for results extremely well. The doctor mentioned growth hormones, elaborating that their results and side effects were not well understood nor controlled. I already knew that, due to my six foot tall father and his career. The very tall doctor (maybe he had previously shot himself up with some growth hormones) drew some blood, and that was about it.

    My mother and I returned for results and while standing outside the doctor's door, directly prior to the appointment time, I told her that I did not care and would not wish to be any other size. She simply replied, "Oh!", and we immediately ditched the appointment. She was only 5',0", herself; so, I immediately knew the nonsense behind the appointments happened to be her doing, and not that of my father's, lol.

    Look at this here, one far-left propaganda machine and then Mayo Clinic (could be one as well now, haven't checked). One wants to designate me as an exceptionally tall midget, whereas the other does not. What is most interesting about all, is that there appear to be two types of midgets, proportionate and disproportionate.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dwarfism

    https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/dwarfism/symptoms-causes/syc-20371969

    Disclaimer: Captain, the topic of dwarfism fails to interest me as much as your trophy room dilemma. I seem to have been the primary one keeping your thread on track, for it all, and shall continue with my search for suggestions, but I figure that I have as much right as anyone to deviate from your primary interests. If not, you can kiss my cute little buttocks. :p;):D
     
  11. Feedman

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    What about mud wrestling a midget instead of jello.
    We could make it an event. Charge admission. Invite all Kentucky Hunting forum members. Serve BEER
     
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  12. HuntressOfLight

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    We do all kinds of crazy things in Florida at the beach, especially when you tourists are not around us, but mud is not one of the countless shenanigans. I could be persuaded into wrestling a Kentucky midget in mud for the right to call the midget a midget, but probably only if jeeps, four-wheelers, and dirt bikes were part of the challenge, as well. :D


    I just returned from the same store in which I had visited, when having the humorous discussion with those two females previously mentioned. I made inquiry about the employee whom had been working that day, learning that she would not be returning to work until some time in March. Having written about all today made me think to do such, so that I may finally contact the older female having suggested it. I really do feel rude for not having already done so, when I indicated that I would eventually contact her.
     
  13. bgkyarcher

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    Elizabeth Hurley. You’ve not heard of her?
     
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  14. HuntressOfLight

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    Never once and even unsure whether it is the same individual as within this article wearing a few bikinis, due to the glasses, being that most fake breasts look pretty much the same in one aspect. Regardless, I really like the one bikini shot with the cat and would have tremendously cropped it down to the top of her head (thereby removing the concrete wall above it), as well as just below her breasts. It is a good photo to that point. The photographer cropped out part of her thigh and her buttocks for reasons unknown, but obviously something was off (wrong) with that part of the original frame.

    None of that is the reason for my post, though. It is the mansion. It looks like the roof has giant bird doo doo all over it. What in the world nasties is that stuff? Being that a pattern exists, such causes me to believe that it is all a severely flawed design attempt!

    That is not even my reason for posting the link, either. It is the arched doorways and hall. I absolutely love them and believe that such would be extremely nice incorporated into Captain's new residence, whether he builds or purchases. I have always had a thing for arches and diagonals offsetting boring squares and rectangles.

    https://9now.nine.com.au/the-block/...ne-warne/cc85dbfe-3efa-4424-a0ba-99eab684d637
     
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  15. KYote-Krusher

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    Heard the name ... have NO idea who she is ... too lazy to look her up .... did she win the Nobel Piece Prize? :p
     

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