|The Luxury references|
||"...Fleur De Lis tattoos"
The ("Flower-of-the-lily" being the inelegant but direct English translation) was
the symbol of French royalty and was later adopted by the nationalist movement
in Quebec as a national symbol. Ultra conservative, corrupt and controversial
Quebec premier Maurice Duplessis gave Quebec it's official Fleur-De-Lis flag in 1948.
"...She says, "Why are you partial to that Playboy con?|
When you can see me naked anytime you want?"
Playboy magazine was founded in 1953 by Hugh Heffner. The magazine, which still sells a few copies nowadays, specialized in issues and interests pertaining to men, and is loaded with helpful and valuable articles written by a veritable who's who of capable scribes. It may be famous for other reasons, but I wouldn't know."...The Golden Rim Motor Inn
Soft water and a colour TV"
Image courtesy Corby Hart
Image courtesy Shannon Warner The Golden Rim Motor Inn is a real road side hotel nestled (ever notice how places are always "nestled" in mountains?) in the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia. And for $100 for a twin bed, I'd be expecting soft water and a colour TV thank you very much. Play Song