Monday, June 18, 2018

FOUNDING FATHERS

I took this picture at Independence Hall several weeks ago. This statue is of Commodore John Barry.

Independence Hall is the building in which both the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were drafted and signed in the late 1700's right here in Philadelphia by our Founding Fathers, who as you know wore wigs. Funny how years later, men are still moving forward, and changing the laws to be better for some of the population.

And they are still wearing wigs.

15 comments:

  1. Men in wigs rule ...or at least they should!

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  2. It's extraordinary to see drag queens in front of Independence Hall...how times have indeed changed. I bet even some of those founding members would love drag queens!

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  3. That picture actually says a lot!

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  4. Drag queens always seem to have a lot of fun. How they do it in those heels is way, way beyond my comprehension!

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  5. I could be wrong, but I don't think Thomas Jefferson wore stilettos though.

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  6. Time changes and yet that building still stands. Men wore wig then and now!!

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  7. And they're still showing calf, too! The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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  8. Fantastic fotos!

    Everybody sing:

    All the women who are independent
    Throw your hands up at me
    All the honeys who makin' money
    Throw your hands up at me
    All the mommas who profit dollas
    Throw your hands up at me
    All the ladies who truly feel me
    Throw your hands up at me
    Girl I didn't know you could get down like that
    Charlie, how your Angels get down like that
    Girl I didn't know you could get down like that
    Charlie, how your Angels get down like that

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    1. MAJOR EARWORM!!!! To top it off, my mind is mixing it with Single Ladies!

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    2. Duchess Deedles DJ......spinning on the tables.....go girl!

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  9. Is that really Jeff Session in pink? Really? I mean Really? Who'd have thunk.

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  10. I was there in 1964 and the pedestal from that angle just said "Barry". Thanks for clearing up what seemed an inappropriate familiarity on a monument. I hope the "Commodore John..." info is somewhere close by.

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Go ahead darling, tell me something fabulous!

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