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Carlos LaRana
Posted on Tuesday, July 29, 2003 - 10:05 am:   

PCV in Marshall Islands, Peace Corps staff in DC and Tanzania. Last seen at the Peace Corps 40+1 celebration in DC 2002.

Hey Jean, where ya been??
Carlos Larana (sephiroth.rtp.epa.gov - 134.67.6.3)
Posted on Tuesday, June 15, 2004 - 6:02 pm:   

Still looking.
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Cole Ostemy (sephiroth.rtp.epa.gov - 134.67.6.3)
Posted on Friday, June 24, 2005 - 9:44 am:   

Hearmust E. Deal born 1880 married Beartha Rexford 1909. He lives in St. Johnsbury, Vt. She died 1914. Their children, Ralph Deal born 1910 married Flora Mason 1940. Their children, Elizabeth Ann Deal born, 1941 and Norma Jean Deal born June 20, 1944. They live in Detroit, Mich. Marie Deal born 1912 married Albert Desrochers, a Franchman, 1933. Lives in St. Johbury, Vt.

http://canadaheat.com/familytree/deal/
Cole Ostemy (sephiroth.rtp.epa.gov - 134.67.6.3)
Posted on Friday, June 24, 2005 - 9:44 am:   

Hearmust E. Deal born 1880 married Beartha Rexford 1909. He lives in St. Johnsbury, Vt. She died 1914. Their children, Ralph Deal born 1910 married Flora Mason 1940. Their children, Elizabeth Ann Deal born, 1941 and Norma Jean Deal born June 20, 1944. They live in Detroit, Mich. Marie Deal born 1912 married Albert Desrochers, a Franchman, 1933. Lives in St. Johbury, Vt.

http://canadaheat.com/familytree/deal/
Miss N. Yew (burleson.rtp.epa.gov - 134.67.6.24)
Posted on Wednesday, July 06, 2005 - 10:52 am:   

IT TAKES A MINUTE TO FIND A SPECIAL PERSON,
AN HOUR TO APPRECIATE THEM, A DAY TO LOVE THEM,
BUT THEN AN ENTIRE LIFE TO FORGET THEM.
CAROL DEAL (sephiroth.rtp.epa.gov - 134.67.6.3)
Posted on Tuesday, September 13, 2005 - 11:20 am:   

My name is Carol Deal, and I am an Adjunct Instructor for Appalachian State University�s Reading/Language Arts Program. In December 2002, I retired from the Watauga County Schools where I served in various capacities. You may address me as Carol in your correspondence via the CAROL (Content Area Reading On-Line) webpage. Please note that my name being �Carol� and the name of the webpage being CAROL are purely coincidental.

I have worked in education for approximately 34 years beginning my educational career by attending Appalachian State Teachers College for my undergraduate and graduate study. Varied teaching experiences led me from North Carolina to Pennsylvania and Alabama and then back to Boone, North Carolina to complete the majority of my years as an educator.

When you don�t find me preparing for Reading in the Content Area, I can be found with dirt under my finger nails and flowers blooming in my yard. The trees provide adequate shade for enjoying a good book and stitching an alphabet sampler or two. Not far away you will find a furry four legged cat by the name of Sweet Pea. She patrols the perimeter of the property keeping a watchful eye for any intruders. The �attack cat� rules!

My main focus philosophically has been to have students to perform at their highest level. Teachers are the key energizers to positive student achievement. You are about to enter that phase of your educational careers or you have entered this exciting time in your lives and the lives of your students. I have spent many years working with teachers in an effort to have a positive impact on the lives of their students. My goal is to help you make positive instructional decisions for students as you teach them to read and write in your chosen content areas. carol deal
NO RELATION TO JEAN DEAL OR HER MOTHER CAROL DEAL.
Fannie Tique (sephiroth.rtp.epa.gov - 134.67.6.3)
Posted on Monday, October 03, 2005 - 1:51 pm:   

TOPTEN
ALLSTARS
ROUNDS

HOWIE CILLEY TU 63
HOWIE CILLEY TU 1196
JEAN DEAL TU 26

JOE RAPOZA SA 56
JEAN DEAL TU 1056
LESTER SMITH MI 14

JEAN DEAL TU 54
LESTER SMITH MI 990
JEFF ROTH TA 14

LESTER SMITH MI 52
GLENN HARDCASTLE MI 981
BARRY HARTMAN TA 13

JEFF ROTH TA 49
JOE RAPOZA SA 804
JOE RAPOZA SA 7

CHUCK CLARIDGE IP 49
BARRY HARTMAN TA 784
BUTCH WATSON TU 7

TRACEY FEE SA 48
JEFF ROTH TA 764
HOWIE CILLEY TU 6

BILL MCCARTHY MI 47
JAKE NAIMOVICH SA 703
BILL MCCARTHY MI 6

TRICIA ROSS SA 47
CHUCK CLARIDGE IP 600
TOM HOUDE IP 6

BARRY HARTMAN TA 41
BETSY O'REILLY TA 590
JAKE NAIMOVICH SA 6
Fannie Tique (sephiroth.rtp.epa.gov - 134.67.6.3)
Posted on Monday, October 03, 2005 - 1:51 pm:   

TOPTEN
ALLSTARS
ROUNDS

HOWIE CILLEY TU 63
HOWIE CILLEY TU 1196
JEAN DEAL TU 26

JOE RAPOZA SA 56
JEAN DEAL TU 1056
LESTER SMITH MI 14

JEAN DEAL TU 54
LESTER SMITH MI 990
JEFF ROTH TA 14

LESTER SMITH MI 52
GLENN HARDCASTLE MI 981
BARRY HARTMAN TA 13

JEFF ROTH TA 49
JOE RAPOZA SA 804
JOE RAPOZA SA 7

CHUCK CLARIDGE IP 49
BARRY HARTMAN TA 784
BUTCH WATSON TU 7

TRACEY FEE SA 48
JEFF ROTH TA 764
HOWIE CILLEY TU 6

BILL MCCARTHY MI 47
JAKE NAIMOVICH SA 703
BILL MCCARTHY MI 6

TRICIA ROSS SA 47
CHUCK CLARIDGE IP 600
TOM HOUDE IP 6

BARRY HARTMAN TA 41
BETSY O'REILLY TA 590
JAKE NAIMOVICH SA 6
Lonely One (sephiroth.rtp.epa.gov - 134.67.6.3)
Posted on Monday, October 03, 2005 - 1:37 pm:   

She found her own way upstairs, wanting to poke about more, see who lived in the other rooms, but was disappointed to learn she and Jean were the only ones living at the house., "What’s Jean’s deal?" she couldn’t resist asking later as she and Lily ate dinner together.

Lily sighed, drumming her fingers on the table. Jean – isn’t like other Night People, nor is she like other humans. She’s always been different and when she was a child her powers were coming to light some people here didn’t take kindly to her. She’s always been solitary, except for Carlos who was her only friend, and didn’t mind her – differentness.
Queen Jean (sephiroth.rtp.epa.gov - 134.67.6.3)
Posted on Monday, October 24, 2005 - 2:46 pm:   

When I was Young and Fair

When I was fair and young, and favor graced me,
Of many was I sought their mistress for to be.
But I did scorn them all, and said to them therefore,
"Go, go, go, seek some otherwhere; importune me no more."
How many weeping eyes I made to pine in woe;
How many sighing hearts I have not skill to show,
But I the prouder grew, and still this spake therefore:
"Go, go, go, seek some otherwhere, importune me no more."
Then spake fair Venus' son, that brave victorious boy,
Saying: You dainty dame, for that you be so coy,
I will so pluck your plumes as you shall say no more:
"Go, go, go, seek some otherwhere, importune me no more."
as soon as he had said, such change grew in my breast
That neither night nor day I could take any rest.
Wherefore I did repent that I had said before:
"Go, go, go, seek some otherwhere, importune me no more."

One guy I did allow to sleep with me somehow
But, he turned out a to be a jerk
Love stinks and just doesn't work...
Crocodile LaCoste (testcache.rtp.epa.gov - 134.67.6.46)
Posted on Thursday, November 17, 2005 - 4:10 pm:   

Pierre had never seen Jean Marie in such a state of despair. His friend had just lost the only lover she had ever known. Pierre knew a great deal about that feeling. Perhaps it was his sensitivity to Jean’s situation that made a difference. Being together seemed to help Jean deal with her feelings of sadness and loss. Pierre told her stories, played games and did crossword puzzles with her. He attentively listened to her sorrow, her anger, and grief. The two already shared a special companionship, which was strengthened even further by their relationship during Jean's sad times.
Sy Borg (pcp09409551pcs.nrockv01.md.comcast.net - 69.244.68.99)
Posted on Monday, November 28, 2005 - 8:24 pm:   

"He suspected." Whoa. I’ve never heard that tone from him before. Just like ice, just dead. "He suspected Jean wasn’t telling the truth but he didn’t say anything to me. He wanted to ‘let JEAN DEAL with it on her own’ and ‘learn a lesson’ from it. He didn’t want to ‘meddle in our relationship.’ So he never said a word."
Anonymous (thompson.rtp.epa.gov - 134.67.6.44)
Posted on Monday, December 12, 2005 - 11:50 am:   

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Merry Christmas, Jean
Anonymous (burleson.rtp.epa.gov - 134.67.6.24)
Posted on Tuesday, February 21, 2006 - 11:04 am:   

DuPont High School Cheerleader Squad (1941-1942)
Kneeling: Jean Deal

http://www.dupontalumni.org/cheerl_41-42.htm
Carlos (burleson.rtp.epa.gov - 134.67.6.24)
Posted on Tuesday, February 21, 2006 - 10:50 am:   

F. You have a secret I will know before I die.

J. Time is on my side so don't you even try.

F. Though we were close I never heard you cry.

J. And you never will nor ever hear my slightest sigh.

F. Don't you sometimes fear to be alone?

J. If I do at least I know I am my own.
Anonymous (sephiroth.rtp.epa.gov - 134.67.6.3)
Posted on Wednesday, March 08, 2006 - 2:30 pm:   

23 Route des Echarmeaux (en bas de la mairie)
construite en 1858 par Jean DEAL - Jean Marie BUTTY

http://www.histoire-belmont.org/html/croix/photos/img23.htm
Anonymous (testcache.rtp.epa.gov - 134.67.6.46)
Posted on Monday, March 13, 2006 - 5:40 pm:   

Caution and passion working together can extinguish fear and bring the heart's desire near.

http://PeaceCorpsOnline.org/messages/jpeg/careful.jpg

Every seed is sown in a future field unknown.
Sugga Rump (testcache.rtp.epa.gov - 134.67.6.46)
Posted on Thursday, March 30, 2006 - 10:41 am:   

A sweet tradition
Cane syrup a sticky treat for fairgoers

By HOLLI DEAL BRAGG
hbragg@statesboroherald.net
The sweet smell wafts through the air, attracting people who either know what the aroma is or just have to find out.

If they ask, they can get a taste of fresh juice from sugar cane squeezed right there at the Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair. A dollop of sugar cane syrup dabbed on a finger, then popped into the mouth, sends frissons of sweetness over the tongue.

The syrup is available just next door, too, at the Statesboro Kiwanis Club’s Pancake House. And if someone wants it, bottles of the freshly-made cane syrup, transformed from the cane into the delightful concoction right there at the fair, can be purchased to take home.

“We sell two to three cases a night,” said Myrle Anderson, whose husband Thomas Anderson has been overseeing the cane grinding operation at the fair for over 10 years.

“It kind of gets in your blood,” said Billie Jean Deal, who said she has been bottling syrup and selling it at the fair for 40 years. “I just enjoy being here.”

Her late husband, Billy Joe Deal, former magistrate judge for Bulloch County, spent several years overseeing the cane grinding, she said.

The ladies bottling and selling the syrup offer samples of the syrup and cane juice, and occasionally kids might get a chunk of pure, fresh cane.

“Kids still like it, if their parents will peel it for them,”she said.

As the women worked, people stopped the workers making syrup and peppered them with questions.

Thomas Anderson explained the process.

“First you strip the cane, cut it down, take it to the mill, grind it by tractor,” he said. “They used to use a mule, but we got modern.”

“We cook it down at high temperature — 350 degrees,” he said. “It takes two and a half, to two and three quarters of an hour for a 60-gallon boiler.”

It also takes expertise.

“You have to know what you’re doing,” he said. “You have to take it up at the right time.”

Anderson said he learned the process from his father, Redi Anderson, a Bulloch County native.

“When it turns to syrup, we dip it up into a tub and put it on the shelf and bottle it,” he said.

The fires are hot, but Jessie “Preacher” Ellis doesn’t mind. He watches the syrup closely, taking the task personally. Ellis has worked at the Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair making syrup for the past 22 years.

“My daddy taught me,” he said. “I enjoy it. You meet people, and it’s a challenge. Every year is different. Every boiling is different.”

But the smiles of delight from first-time cane syrup tasters is always the same.

Section/Page: Front Page
Publication Date: Saturday, October 15, 2005

© Statesboro Publishing Company
Deal Hunter (testcache.rtp.epa.gov - 134.67.6.46)
Posted on Friday, April 07, 2006 - 2:54 pm:   

Link to Another Jean Deal Page:
http://peacecorpsonline.org/messages/messages/2629/2015152.html
DEALER (testcache.rtp.epa.gov - 134.67.6.46)
Posted on Monday, April 24, 2006 - 1:10 pm:   

dat27.htm#1|DEAL|Jeanne/DEAL/|2 août 1739|,, Thel, Rhône, France|||
dat27.htm#2|DEAL|Claude/DEAL/|1 février 1743|,, Thel, Rhône, France|||
dat27.htm#2|DEAL|Claudine/DEAL/|6 juillet 1752|,, Thel, Rhône, France|29 mars 1754|,, Thel, Rhône, France|
dat27.htm#2|DEAL|Jean/DEAL/|||||
Dar S. Salaam (burleson.rtp.epa.gov - 134.67.6.24)
Posted on Thursday, April 27, 2006 - 11:05 am:   

WHERE IN THE WORLD WAS JEAN DEAL?
LOOK HERE--->>
http://www.peacecorps.gov/wws/guides/looking/intro2.pdf
http://www.peacecorps.gov/wws/guides/looking/endnote2.pdf
Ivana Deal (burleson.rtp.epa.gov - 134.67.6.24)
Posted on Monday, May 08, 2006 - 5:09 pm:   

Somehow I don't think this is her:

Ms. Jean Deal of American Dog Training in Vincentown, NJ
Clara Voyant (burleson.rtp.epa.gov - 134.67.6.24)
Posted on Wednesday, May 10, 2006 - 12:33 pm:   

JEAN-MARIE Messier, the man who buried Vivendi under big-deal debt, is back in the merger and acquisition business. ... YORK - J6M, maître du monde, has returned. Jean-Marie Messier has been banned from serving on corporate boards ... partner at Eurazeo who worked on the DEAL.

JEAN-MARIE Untinen was born February 18, 1936 in Chicago, Illinois. She is the second of five children. Her father was a housepainter. ... that doesn't mean that prehistoric man did not need a great DEAL of intelligence, knowledge and wisdom to survive ...

A power-sharing DEAL aimed at paving the way to elections in Burundi ... National Progress (UPRONA), JEAN_MARIE Manwangari, was among the 10 leaders who did not sign the DEAL ...

Registerd surnames in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia, Canada. ... Teal, Scott Winston. Turner, Jean Marie (Deal)
Carlos LaRana (134.67.6.11)
Posted on Monday, June 05, 2006 - 9:21 am:   

June 5, 2006
HAPPY BIRTHDAY JEAN
I hope you are enjoying the heart of your life and have lots of personal happiness and professional rewards.
Carlos
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Larsen E. Goodman (134.67.6.11)
Posted on Friday, June 09, 2006 - 9:50 am:   

Don't misread my meaning and intention but, if you understand it clue me in on what I said --------->

http://peacecorpsonline.org/messages/messages/467/3802.html
Anonymous (134.67.6.11)
Posted on Thursday, June 15, 2006 - 10:10 am:   

Jean works her magic in Dar Es Salaam

http://www.geocities.com/dikototo/Jean_Deal_Magic.html

see also:

http://peacecorpsonline.org/messages/messages/467/3802.html
Anonymous (134.67.6.11)
Posted on Tuesday, June 13, 2006 - 3:18 pm:   

Jean works her magic in Dar Es Salaam

http://www.geocities.com/dikototo/Jean_Deal_Magic.html
Anonymous (134.67.6.11)
Posted on Thursday, July 06, 2006 - 10:58 am:   

JEAN M DEAL Born Jun 1964
602 TIMBER LN Recorded: 04/04/2002
ASHEVILLE, NC 28804 County (828) 281-4530
www.ZabaSearch.com/ZabaWeb
Toe Lover (134.67.6.11)
Posted on Thursday, July 13, 2006 - 10:09 am:   

She has not one ex-boyfriend, certainly not me
She has lived her life solo, independently and free
No broken hearts behind her, no wedding showers ahead
No man’s razor in her bathroom, nor to God will she be wed

So what the Hell, leave her alone, no call to raise your fist
Still it hurts to be locked out and discarded left off her Christmas list
I came as close as anyone to knowing what she knows
And count myself among the few who have touched her lovely toes
Deal Maker (cache1.nccr.epa.gov - 134.67.6.11)
Posted on Friday, September 29, 2006 - 12:24 pm:   

At one time I knew Jean and for her felt quite afraid.
By her thirty second birthday she already was and old maid.

For her solitude is quite romantic and she wears it like an iron vest.
Her work is her religion and her sin is her lovelessness.
William Idol (cache1.nccr.epa.gov - 134.67.6.11)
Posted on Friday, September 29, 2006 - 12:13 pm:   

With a Rebel Yell she cried "more, more, more!"
http://peacecorpsonline.org/messages/messages/467/3802.html
unknown2u (cache1.nccr.epa.gov - 134.67.6.11)
Posted on Friday, September 29, 2006 - 12:10 pm:   

More Jean:
http://peacecorpsonline.org/messages/messages/2629/2015153.html
Muzungu (cache1.nccr.epa.gov - 134.67.6.11)
Posted on Friday, September 29, 2006 - 12:04 pm:   

[PDF] MWONGOZO WA STADI ZA MAISHA

Tanzania, hasa Mkurugenzi Joel Wallach, pamoja na Wakurugenzi Wasaidizi. Margaret Rugambwa, Virginia Kainamula na Jean Deal kwa juhudi zao za kuratibu ...
www.peacecorps.gov/library/pdf/M0065_lifeskillsswahili.pdf
Iota Small (cache1.nccr.epa.gov - 134.67.6.11)
Posted on Thursday, December 21, 2006 - 1:41 pm:   

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Merry Christmas 2006
Jaime Jean (161.80.104.193)
Posted on Wednesday, February 14, 2007 - 1:22 pm:   

VALENTINE'S DAY 2007
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deal finder (c-69-244-68-99.hsd1.md.comcast.net - 69.244.68.99)
Posted on Friday, February 16, 2007 - 10:09 pm:   

Jean is now working for Peace Corps HQ as an Expert Consultant in the Office of Financial Systems.
202-692-1789
jdeal@peacecorps.gov
LaRana (161.80.104.193)
Posted on Wednesday, February 21, 2007 - 1:46 pm:   

Nothing more to say so just as God did after sending the world spinning on its axis once every 24 hours I am gonna call it a day.

Good Night, Jean.

Carlos

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Kay Lastima (cache1.nccr.epa.gov - 134.67.6.11)
Posted on Wednesday, June 13, 2007 - 10:48 am:   

Wine comes in at the mouth
And love comes in at the eye;
That's all we shall know for truth
Before we grow old and die.
I lift the glass to my mouth,
I look at you, and I sigh.

W.B. Yeats
Pablo Neruda (cache1.nccr.epa.gov - 134.67.6.11)
Posted on Wednesday, June 27, 2007 - 10:00 am:   

The Dead Woman

If suddenly you do not exist,
if suddenly you are not living,
I shall go on living.

I do not dare,
I do not dare to write it,
if you die.

I shall go on living.

Because where a man has no voice,
there, my voice

Where blacks are beaten,
I can not be dead.
When my brothers go to jail
I shall go with them.

When victory,
not my victory,
but the great victory
arrives,
even though I am mute I must speak:
I shall see it come even though I am blind.

No, forgive me,
if you are not living,
if you, beloved, my love,
if you
have died.
The Raven (cache1.nccr.epa.gov - 134.67.6.11)
Posted on Wednesday, June 27, 2007 - 9:51 am:   

People expected Americans to behave
in a certain way. They expected all
Americans to be blonde. They have a
lot of U.S. movies and videos. . .people
always expected Americans to be rich.
-Jean Deal
Sunshine (cache1.nccr.epa.gov - 134.67.6.11)
Posted on Wednesday, June 27, 2007 - 9:45 am:   

Jean Deal
Visitation:
Friday, October 14, 2005
10:00 AM until 11:00 AM
Good Samaratin Nursing Home
1006 N Lowden Rd
Mt. Carroll, IL 61053

Service:
Friday, October 14, 2005
11:00 AM
Good Samaritan Nursing Home
1006 N Lowden Rd
Mt. Carroll, IL 61053

Jean Deal, age 86, of Mt. Carroll, Illinois, died Wednesday, October 12, 2005 at the Good Samaritan Nursing Home, Mt. Carroll. A Funeral Service will be 11:00 a.m. Friday, October 14, 2005, at the Good Samaritan Nursing Home, Mt. Carroll. Reverend Mark Harkness of the Mt. Carroll United Methodist Church will officiate. There will be a time of visitation from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Friday, October 14, 2005, at the nursing home, prior to the funeral service. Burial will be in Morseville Cemetery, Stockton, Illinois. Memorials may be given in JeanÂ’s memory. Services are being provided by Frank-Law-Jones Funeral Home, Mt. Carroll.

Jean was born May 3, 1919 in Stockton, Illinois, the daughter of George and Christena (Niemann) Tyrrell. Jean was the eldest of four girls and three boys. She was briefly married in 1951 to Adam Deal, they divorced in 1952.

Jean worked in Elderly Care in private homes and hospitals, performing housekeeping and care giving duties. She was a member of the Woodland United Brethren Church in rural Mt. Carroll. She enjoyed being with people and sharing in their life stories. Jean was a kind and caring friend. She loved animals, enjoyed bird watching and listening to music. Jean sang "You are my Sunshine" everyday, she truly loved life.
La Rana (cache1.nccr.epa.gov - 134.67.6.11)
Posted on Friday, July 06, 2007 - 3:48 pm:   

Jean, no se nada de tu cuerpo hace mucho tiempo pero, tu alma vive conmigo.
Carlos
Tristan (cache4.nccr.epa.gov - 134.67.6.14)
Posted on Tuesday, August 28, 2007 - 1:35 pm:   

10 years ago on a day both bitter and sweet she said good bye and fairwell, never more would would we meet. Her life is full and there is no time for me. Good luck to you, Jean, where ever you may be.

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Deal Sucker (cache4.nccr.epa.gov - 134.67.6.14)
Posted on Tuesday, September 11, 2007 - 4:11 pm:   

Jean Deal from Deal Sucker

Whether you`re building a new shed or building a fire after a long day of fishing, the Carhartt Men`s Flannel-Lined Relaxed-Fit Jeans keep you warm and comfortable. Carhartt designed these denim pants with a full seat and thigh to give you tons of room to get the job done. Brass logo rivets at key stress points and reinforced back pockets give these work pants the strength to last for many fishing seasons. A cozy flannel lining throughout these pants adds warmth you can`t get from your regular jeans, and a 17.5-inch leg-opening...
Sale price: $19.99

www.dealsucker.com/
Zorba (cache4.nccr.epa.gov - 134.67.6.14)
Posted on Tuesday, September 18, 2007 - 12:46 pm:   

Jean Marie Hotel
Polychrono, 63085, Greece
Rooms: 17
Telephone: 00 30 23740 52541
Fax: 00 30 23740 52176

Facilities:
In-room facilities
Air conditioning
Minibar/fridge
Sea/lake view (most rooms)

Deals:
Sure lots of deals
Skinny Jean Lover (cache4.nccr.epa.gov - 134.67.6.14)
Posted on Wednesday, September 19, 2007 - 2:09 pm:   

www.skinnyjeans.com/
Does any of this sound familiar? Your jeans are so low your previously non-existent stomach hangs over the waistband and when you sit down we are talking cleavage; your back pockets are half-way down your thighs making your legs appear shorter than they already are and there is so much stuff on your pockets you can never wear the same pair twice because you and everyone else is sick of looking at them; you look like you're expecting a flood because your jeans are too short; maybe the designer looks good but for some reason his jeans make you look worse; there is some weird-looking webby-thing inside your jeans that makes your butt look flatter; your jeans are so full of holes they have to be dry cleaned; you're convinced that your jeans were designed to be worn exclusively by Kate Moss; the ankles of your jeans are cut so narrow and 'skinny' that your thighs look gargantuan in comparison and your lower leg and foot look like a golf club; the designs and signatures on your pockets point downward making your butt appear (gasp!!!) droopy; you have to wash your jeans every time you wear them to get them back in shape; your butt and the back of your thighs actually look bigger than they already are because there are large white areas accentuating them. Yikes!!

It sure sounded familiar to us and, desperate for a pair of super-slimming blue jeans, decided to do something about it! So we started SkinnyJeans® and tackled every possible way to make blue jeans more slimming and flattering:

First, SkinnyJeans® are made from classic denim but with a high nylon/elastane content. This gives them a ‘beefy’ strength to hold you in (no wimpy, gummy stretch here) and creates ‘Memory’—the jeans never stretch out, bag out or lose their shape. (You will not have to wash them every time you wear them.)

Second, the thighs are very 'scooped' out which drastically separates and slims the thighs and pushes the butt out creating a shapely silhouette.

Third, the inseams are drawn forward on the leg making it appear that there is less ‘real estate’ on the front of the leg.

Fourth, the non-stretch cotton pocketing is sewn through from seam to seam so it acts as a restraint holding the entire stomach area in.

Fifth, the fading and shading pattern on the jeans creates an optical illusion front and back that slims the leg. The inside and outside seams are darkened. The sides of the hips are darker so the hips appear narrower. The buttocks are faded slightly but darker on the hip seams and at the top of the thighs creating ‘shape’ and making the back of the legs look slimmer. The front of the leg is slightly faded down the middle making the leg appear longer. Additionally, we incorporate barely-visible whiskering above the natural leg break to make the leg appear longer.

Sixth, SkinnyJeans® come in a barely-boot cut and straight leg; these styles balance the shape of the leg making your thighs appear as slim as possible.

Seventh, the size, shape and placement of the pockets are solely to make the butt appear smaller and shapelier. There is no’ junk’ on the pockets; no designs that make the butt appear droopy or wide, or placement of the pocket so low on the thigh that it shortens the leg; no advertising for the designer and no flashing of price tags.

Eighth, SkinnyJeans® have a medium rise with contoured stretch waistband. No cleavage, no previously non-existent potbelly!

Finally, the high-waters have receded -- SkinnyJeans® come in inseams to 37”!! And because the design is so successfully slimming, we make SkinnyJeans® in sizes 24-32 and 34, 36, and 38.
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Posted on Wednesday, September 26, 2007 - 9:41 am:   

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Peace Keeper (cache4.nccr.epa.gov - 134.67.6.14)
Posted on Wednesday, October 17, 2007 - 1:18 pm:   

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Mary (159.251.88.4)
Posted on Wednesday, November 14, 2007 - 9:13 pm:   

I have seen your toes, and I am going to England next year.
Mary
Don O. Van (c-68-48-61-164.hsd1.md.comcast.net - 68.48.61.164)
Posted on Tuesday, December 25, 2007 - 10:45 pm:   

Have a safe trip and enjoy you life in England, Mary. You came as close to Jean as one can get.
How could one miss? Well try and catch the wind.
Don
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Merry Christmas 2007
Amador (cache4.nccr.epa.gov - 134.67.6.14)
Posted on Thursday, February 14, 2008 - 10:15 am:   

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Valentine's Day 2008
Ma Goose (cache4.nccr.epa.gov - 134.67.6.14)
Posted on Tuesday, April 08, 2008 - 10:09 am:   

Once upon a time, a guy asked a girl 'Will you
marry me?' The girl said: 'NO!' And the girl
lived happily ever after and went shopping,
dancing, camping, drank martinis, always had a
clean house, never had to cook, did whatever the
hell she wanted, never argued, didn't get fat,
traveled more, had many lovers, didn't save
money, and had all the hot water to herself. She
went to the theater, never watched sports, never
wore friggin' lacy lingerie that went up her ass,
had high self esteem, never cried or yelled, felt
and looked fabulous in sweat pants and was
pleasant all the time.

The end!
Solitary Cheese
Unregistered guest
Posted From: 173.66.166.76
Posted on Monday, June 07, 2010 - 9:56 am:   

Jean, have a happy birthday 2010.
We stand alone.
Nolo Olvido
Unregistered guest
Posted From: 161.80.104.150
Posted on Friday, December 23, 2011 - 11:21 am:   

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