Rubber Duck Listened to a GMG Podcast! Posted on March 26, 2015March 26, 2015 by Paul T Morrison & RD This photo is in honor of Aurelia Nelson (North Shore 104.9) and her bringing a GMG sticker and a rubber duck to France for a wedding. Rubber Duck loves weddings. (Aurelia, send photos to RD, Joey will just burn them.) Joey’s retelling of Capt. Tom Ellis of the Lannon mistaking the Rubber Duck as the GMG mascot was also heart warming. Homie loves that story! Then there was the part where Peter tried to bring up RD visiting Gloucester Marine Genomics Institute. Did Joey try to strangle him? Rate this:Spread The GMG Love By Sharing With These Buttons:TweetEmailPrintWhatsAppPocketLike this:Like Loading... Related Published by Paul T Morrison & RD View all posts by Paul T Morrison & RD
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How many times are going to get this photo this week Paul??
THE LONG ANSWER: Since you are privy to the back channel GMG emails you’ve been seeing a lot of Rubber Duckage as we gear up to the extravaganza inked in for April called the GMG Contributors Photography Show at Cape Ann Giclée
You also follow me pretty closely on Facebook (I hear you breathing) so you likely see a rubber duck a day and that is good for the digestion. If your question means you need more photos of large rubber ducks I suggest you like this page:
THE SHORT ANSWER: Until smoke comes out of your ears or you give my duck a drone ride. (I’ll trade you a boat ride for a rubber duck drone ride, the Blue Duck is going in the water first week of April.
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This is not my view of life with a duck! It’s my view of life from the dock. Death to RD!!
Rubber Duck has completed more laps around Cape Ann checking out the wildlife on more Cape Ann docks than Teddy Ruxpin has. So there.
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I enjoy seeing the old RD/homie photos from back when they were young and in love.
Is that a real Seagull? LOL?
I’m pretty sure Homie is real. Many years ago (anniversary coming up next week) I placed Rubber Duck down on a rock on Granite Pier in Rockport and walked 50 feet away because I was testing out a camera. When I turned around Homie had already flown down and was immediately getting pretty amorous with her. The world changed at that moment.
There is no photoshopping, or image manipulation of any kind. Homie is not a stuffed toy. Some perceive Rubber Duck to be a bath toy but that’s just an opinion.
As for “real” I not sure I can really answer that in this small box for what is the nature of reality? We could all be but bit players in a dream of a large snoozing sea bird.
Looks like spring training is in full swing! 🙂 Dave & Kim 🙂