Re: Advice from Martha Stewart!
> possible. If the production kites are truly red yellow I suggestmuted
> you opt for the softer tone of the red/grey combination. The
> grey will make it much easier to accessorize properly."in
> Thank you, thank you, thank you Martha! So observant! Good luck
> there and I was so relieved to hear that you have yet to becomeHA,HA,HE,He,,,CHuckle, snort...This is great stuff...PHEW!! knew
> anybody's bitch!
> P.S. Halloween just doesn't look the same this season.
> Hope this helps you guys as much as it has helped me!
that on a late return from a weekend snowkite session, some good old
sarcastic humor and accesorising tips from an inmate could be found
on the trusty arc site...
OH yeah..The Venom is the ultimate snow kite...WOW!!! The stifness
makes it that much tougher to make it drop out of the air. Realaunch
from any position on the snow with ease. The Blade and Slingshot
foils up there did not have a chance in the complete wind dropouts.
Closed cell foil is the ticket for the gusty stuff.
Colors on the new Venoms are pretty cool. Wonder if anyone on this
group will get matching body ink? Glad Martha did not recommend the
replacement of standard baggy kite pants with something spandex and
appropriate for cavity searches. At least she didn't recomend having
your ass chromed, like the gas tank on a hard tail Harley to go with
the flame motiff. Don't think Martha would want to see her
reflection there anyway when groveling for another portion of cell
block moose pattie. Say hi to her at the Four Season's spa
correctional wine tasting center from those of us who persue the
finer wind bags in life.