Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Levi and Stephen Do the Hula


This was created at JibJab. Janice Brown over at Cow Hampshire has challenged all the Genea-bloggers to show our humor gene. Here's two gentlemen (my great-great grandfathers) from McLean County, Illinois doing the Hula. Stephen Taylor (1814-1881) is the dark-headed one. Levi Lantz (1811-1887), an Amish man, is the other.

If you are having trouble viewing it, try http://widgets.clearspring.com/o/46a8f95380ba919f/46f1c3f93d7f7754

6 comments:

Janice said...

And just when I think we've reached the pinnacle of irreverence... Lori, you find a better way lol

Janice

The footnoteMaven said...

Very funny, but what would your great-great-grandmothers say?

fM

Lori Thornton said...

That's a tough one. I suspect that Betsey put up with more than that from Stephen from what I've read about him. Barbara might not have appreciated that from Levi!

Terry Thornton said...

Betsy and Barbara have obviously put an end to Levi and Stephen worldly ways --- I can't seem to see nor hear them doing the Hula or anything else. Four tries --- so Betsy and Barbara have got them back under control. LOL!

TERRY

Lori Thornton said...

I actually had a little trouble viewing it in Internet Explorer 7, but I used my Firefox browser and saw it find after updating my Adobe Flash to the current version. You can download Firefox at http://www.mozilla.com/ if you want to try that.

Lori Thornton said...

Make that "fine" instead of "find." I shouldn't be trying to type when I'm not awake yet!