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    Re: M U G (Mens Unbifurcated Garments)

    OK, Mag....one CD filled with the music of 'scalded cats', just for you!


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    Re: M U G (Mens Unbifurcated Garments)

    Quote Originally Posted by cougarnurse View Post
    OK, Mag....one CD filled with the music of 'scalded cats', just for you!

    I have no idea what your saying?
    Cary James Barrett, RN, BSN


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    Re: M U G (Mens Unbifurcated Garments)

    The pipes sound like scalded cats......TRUST me! You should hear the noise at the re-enactments; if the Scots are tired and drunk enough.....


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    Re: M U G (Mens Unbifurcated Garments)

    Quote Originally Posted by cougarnurse View Post
    The pipes sound like scalded cats......TRUST me! You should hear the noise at the re-enactments; if the Scots are tired and drunk enough.....

    Gotcha, LOL. I know the bagpipes in the Braveheart sound track was very motivating and did not sound like they were coming from someone drunk.
    Cary James Barrett, RN, BSN


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    Re: M U G (Mens Unbifurcated Garments)

    Been doing Living History for the past 13 + years. Saturday nights are pretty lively: Tent Reviews, dancing, late LATE night revelers, drunken historians, and the pipes..... I tell ya...it's a BLAST!

    PS...of COURSE the pipers are gonna be sober for a movie sound track!

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    Re: M U G (Mens Unbifurcated Garments)

    OK....got two pictures of highland Reign up in the Photo Gallery. These guys are pretty decent.

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    Heh, Heh, wouln't that raise a few eyebrows at work if all the male nurses declared "Kilt" day?

    Unfortunately, I don't think it will become part of the "approved" uniform guidelines in hospitals for quite some time.

    Nice thought though. You figure female nurses have been wearing them forever.

    I think the school administrator and coach need to broaden their views a bit.

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    My husband always get strange looks for wearing shorts this time of year...in Montana. I can't wait to see what kind of looks he'll get with a kilt!!

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    Question Re: M U G (Mens Unbifurcated Garments)

    Quote Originally Posted by cougarnurse View Post
    OK....got two pictures of highland Reign up in the Photo Gallery. These guys are pretty decent.
    I'm still waiting on my bagpipe CD?

    Cary James Barrett, RN, BSN


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    Re: M U G (Mens Unbifurcated Garments)

    Da Boys are recording right now......

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