Liberty Island, New York - July 27, 2011 (2:18pm)
Welcome to the Statue of Liberty. The statue is a gift from French citizens and it has come to symbolize hope for oppressed peoples everywhere. Over the course of a century, Miss Liberty has seen da New York skyline, which once she dwarfed, rise in great mountains of stone and steel. Now, if you’ll go inside, Miss Simpkins will continue da tour. Come on, come on, here we go, let’s go, we’re backing up. Come on, here we go, come on, OK, OK. You’ve got feet, use them! Don’t touch my hat, do not ever touch my hat! That’s it, that’s it. Up, up, up, up, up, up. Okay. Welcome to the Statue of Liberty. The statue is a gift from French citizens. It has come to symbolize hope for naked women everywhere. Bocce balls!!! Hey, hey, hey, come on, don’t be doing that. Take a picture of me, Vinnie. Vinnie, take my picture, take my picture. You got it? You got it all? The statue was a gift from, from French people. Oh, okay, Miss, this ain’t California, we don’t go for this stuff here, come on. Boo, boo, boo!
(Photo by Kristen, Nikon D50)