At 09:34 AM 12/6/2003, BillDentin@aol.com wrote:
>Date: Sat, 6 Dec 2003 11:31:54 EST
>Subject: Re: Garage Dollies
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>In a message dated 12/06/2003 7:55:42 AM Central Standard Time,
> > Subj:RE: Garage Dollies
> > Date:12/06/2003 7:55:42 AM Central Standard Time
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> > Speaking of garage dollies, did anyone else see the AutoWeek on Speed
> > review of the SEMA show? I got a kick out of the references to booth
> > babes. Although usually it would be booth bimbos.
>Speaking of Garage Dollies and Booth Bimbos, one of my non-racing friends
>sent me a picture of the World's Tallest Woman. She lives in Holland. She's
>7'4" tall, and weighs over 350 pounds. Now, if you've not seen her, I am
>visions of Andre the Giant in drag come to mind. Not so! She'd make one
>of a Pit Bunny, albeit in an Amazon way. Those of you who know my Shirley
>(4'11" and 118 pounds), can imagine this one would scare me to death.
>Probably fit better in a Corvette or MUSTANG tent. Contact me off list,
>if you want
>to see that picture.