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Hi Everybody!!
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Friday, May 17, 2013


Hi Everybody!!
Some of You already know Prince Anole~.  He is my garden lizard on the back porch. A couple of weeks ago, he got his 15 minutes of 'fame' during an Incident at Walmart, where he jumped off of me and onto a little old lady's face and then dropped down her shirt. That was also the day he learned to fly (when the lady launched him at warp speed). This should not have been a big deal, however the lady acted as if it was an alligator attacking her when it was just a lowly anole sitting on her face.
 I did tell her several times to calm down, it was only a lizard. The word "lizard" seemed to trigger a new round of screams like I never heard before. Of course it attracted a crowd. 
(I will leave the links below on breaking story).
Anyway, the Prince has turned into a bad, bad Leroy Brown. He has expanded his Kingdom to include the fence of the Courtyard, which had been previously claimed by Gutter Liz. Of course, there will be a fight for the fence board and it will be tonight in your photostudy! Enjoy!

Gutter Liz is thrown to the ground

He rises again!

The Winner is:  Prince Anole~

The Looser is:  Gutter Liz

Sore Looser at that!

And so, the Prince turns from Green to Brown.

He is a Bad, Bad Leroy Brown

Jim Croce - Bad Bad Leroy Brown (Live) [remastered 16:9]


Jim Croce

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
James Joseph "Jim" Croce (/ˈkri/; January 10, 1943 – September 20, 1973) was an American singer-songwriter. Between 1966 and 1973, Croce released five studio albums and 11 singles. His singles "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" and "Time in a Bottle" were both number one hits on the Billboard Hot 100 charts.
Jim Croce
Jim Croce in 1968, photographed by Ingrid Croce.
Background information
Birth nameJames Joseph Croce
BornJanuary 10, 1943
South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
DiedSeptember 20, 1973 (aged 30)
Natchitoches, Louisiana, U.S.
Folk rock
InstrumentsGuitar, vocals[1]
Years active1966–1973
LabelsCapitol/EMI Records
ABC Records
Saja/Atlantic Records

Death [edit]

On Thursday, September 20, 1973, the day before his ABC single "I Got a Name" was released, Croce, Muehleisen, and four others were killed in the crashof a chartered Beechcraft E18S upon takeoff from the Natchitoches Regional Airport in Natchitoches, Louisiana.[12] Croce had just completed a concert atNorthwestern State University's Prather Coliseum in Natchitoches and was flying to Sherman, Texas, for a concert at Austin College, when the plane crashed about an hour after the end of the concert.
According to results of an investigation, upon takeoff, the plane did not gain enough altitude to clear, and the pilot (Robert Elliot) did not maneuver to avoid apecan tree at the end of the runway, which investigators said was the only tree for hundreds of yards. The flight conditions were reported as dark, clear sky, calm winds, and over five miles of visibility with haze. The official report from the NTSB[13] lists the probable cause as pilot failure to see and avoid objects or obstructions with factors of pilot physical impairment and fog obstructing vision. The report remarks that the 57-year-old charter pilot suffered from severecoronary artery disease and had just run about three miles to the airport from a motel. The pilot had an ATP Certificate, 14,290 hours total flight time and 2,190 hours in the Beech 18 type.[13] A later investigation, source unknown, placed sole blame for the accident on pilot error due to his downwind takeoff into a "black hole".[14]
Croce is buried at Haym Salomon Memorial Park in Malvern, Pennsylvania.[15]

I Got A Name - Jim Croce

Jim Croce You Don't Mess Around With Jim Live remastered 16 9 YouTube

...this is brendasue signing off from Rainbow Creek.  See You next time! I hope You all know how much I enjoy spending time with You, my photofriends, who come to the mini nature class!
Thank You!

Of course, one more great performance: