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Location DB > United States > West Virginia > Huntington > West Virginia Colored Orphans' Home > Outside photos > IMG_5265

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Lil-trouble again demonstrates that our super-stealthy, orange, ninja, splorin' gear keeps us invisible to prying eyes...
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Posted by lil-trouble 12/30/2005 4:43 AM | remove
  And I am going to keep wearing orange. It is funny because I like the color so much but it seems all my crappy shirts are orange.
Posted by Oherian 12/30/2005 12:48 PM | remove
  Actually, it might be just as well. If we get caught, we could argue there was no possible way we expected to avoid notice.

I'd say your crappy shirts are all orange because you like them and wear them a lot, so you wear them out.

And I'm not picking on you for wearing orange -- just noting that we gave up trying to be especially stealthy. ;)
Posted by Jennibel 1/17/2006 11:54 PM | remove
  What children? Invisible children? Ghost children? Oh, didnt you know: orange is the new stealth color? It camoflages you from everyone.
Posted by Oherian 1/18/2006 3:43 AM | remove
  I thought it was the new pink... ;)

And it appears to work. We entered through the front door, right across from the Wal-Mart bus stop (a pretty busy place around here!) and on a busy road. No one seemed to notice or care. So we later went and played in the yard taking pictures. Again, no one cared. lol
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