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    I was installed in the chair of King Solomon last night. Here is my "crew"

    Scott
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    Congratulations.
    How come you are the only one looking "laid back"?
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    • #3
      Originally posted by RichardTaylor View Post
      Congratulations.
      How come you are the only one looking "laid back"?
      Thanks Richard... It either has something to do with being cool as a cucumber, or alcohol...
      Scott
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      • #4
        Congratulations.

        (Quote: It either has something to do with being cool as a cucumber, or alcohol... )

        Either one can sometimes work to your advantage.

        Larry
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        • #5
          Richard, laid back? No no no. Surely the word you wanted was "regal"?

          BTW what does the chair of King Solomon confer? Wisdom? Wealth? An excuse to drink and be merry?

          All of the above?
          Zafar
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          • #6
            Congratulations Scott!
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            • #7
              Very cool picture. Congratulations Scott!
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              • #8
                Congrats Scott
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                • #9
                  Thanks guys
                  Scott
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                  • #10
                    Was it you who photographed some guys in kilts awhile back? Is this the same bunch? if so where is you pic in the skirt?LOL

                    Bye the way Congrats!!!!
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Ambrosia76 View Post
                      Was it you who photographed some guys in kilts awhile back? Is this the same bunch? if so where is you pic in the skirt?LOL

                      Bye the way Congrats!!!!
                      I've posted a few pics of guys in skirts, and some of them are masons. One of my favorites is my Father who was also my installing master and he wore his skirt for the ocassion.

                      It was a great evening. For my installation, I wore my great grandfathers lapel pin, swore my obligation on my grandfather's bible and was invested with my father's apron. I was representihng the 4th generation that I know on Saturday night. It was really an honor
                      Scott
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by scootermcq View Post
                        I've posted a few pics of guys in skirts, and some of them are masons. One of my favorites is my Father who was also my installing master and he wore his skirt for the ocassion.

                        It was a great evening. For my installation, I wore my great grandfathers lapel pin, swore my obligation on my grandfather's bible and was invested with my father's apron. I was representihng the 4th generation that I know on Saturday night. It was really an honor
                        Wonderful to have all those items still available. Be sure to maintain them for the 5th generation. Congrats.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by RichardTaylor View Post
                          Congratulations.
                          How come you are the only one looking "laid back"?
                          lol, that was the very first thing I noticed as well
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by windrider86 View Post
                            lol, that was the very first thing I noticed as well
                            Well, I guess I'm like a duck... cause my ass was biting the buttons off that seat cushion
                            Scott
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                            • #15
                              Congratulations Scott - guess I should get angry at you guys referring to "skirts" - we real Scotsmen wear kilts!!!

                              Hope your liver, and bank balance, can cope with your year in the chair.
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