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July 23, 2010

BEMIDJI, MINN.

A town that loves art.

(Thanks to Chuck Cody)

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i know a beavulvazela when i see one...

Ohhhh, now I can see the hands since you pointed them out.

The artist said it is supposed to be a depiction of two hands praying; however, when glancing at it, one could easily mistake it for a portrayal of female genitalia.

Only if you're twisted like trustf8, apparently.

Methinks the artiste is chuckling...

Thanks Jeff. Just call me 'A twist of fate'

*bans mr. jeffrey meyerson from jacuzzi for life*

I say we Blog Gals should man the picket lines chanting "Free Our Beaver!!!!"

Sorry. The whole thing just looks like a load of cr*p to me.

'Two hands praying' has now become a euphemism.

Bemidji, I served stewed beaver, I canoed with beavers, a beaver I skinned was prime. Bemidji, that's no beaver.

So, Georgia O'Keefe is working with beavers now?

I draw your attention to the logo of a church-supported women's support centre in Ottawa, Canada.

http://www.the-well.ca/

Two Hands Praying is in the Kama Sutra addendum.

I pray for beaver every day.

But why are the two hands praying around a clitoris?

hmmmm, the beaver's name is 'Gaea' (nttawwt), so she must be praying 'Gae-lick'?

I'm with ya, BFF!! This is really rubbing me the wrong way.

(heh...Hammie said clitoris)

*WAVES*

*Waves @ Siouxie!!!*

. . . "Mulva?" . . .

Beavers got beavers??

Key quote: "Bemidji should be applauded for the way they handled the beaver."

If those are praying hands than I've never seen the little man in the boat.

Where's the June Cleaver quote?

OC, she's probably busy taking care of the Beaver.

Behold, the Sacred Beavcer of Bimidji!

If we do a scientific compare and contrast, that sure looks like something to pray for. If you don't mind that whole bestiality thing.

They got my coloring all wrong. I'm big and brown.

This reminds me, I need to install a new doorbell.

More Bemidji Beavers can be found Here

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