Smile darn it.

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"This was at the Brunvand Family Reunion in Silverthorne, CO. We were gathered for a group photo, but Rosalie, age 5, was sulky. So her sister Charlotte, age 8, decided to reach over and force her to smile. Rosalie cheered up, and the final group photo was beautiful, as were the T shirts." - Brunvand (Jul 05, 2010)

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comment by anonymous - Jul 06, 2010 - back to the top

This is a definite winner!

comment by anonymous - Jul 06, 2010 - back to the top

Nice to see the happy crew!

comment by anonymous - Jul 06, 2010 - back to the top

outstanding photo ... a sure winner

comment by anonymous - Jul 07, 2010 - back to the top

What a fine looking family!

comment by Guest - May 01, 2012 - back to the top

Just to let you know: As recently as this scohol year (yes, the scohol year just begun), my friend's daughter's scohol IS collecting pop tops for charity fundraising. They are not worthless, and your information is incorrect.In addition, people may not always be collecting pop tabs for charity, but they sell like crazy on eBay and other sites for projects, the aluminum itself, which is easy to form and melt down for jewelry, electronic projects, etc. For example, many hobbyists make chain mail from them for groups such as the Society for Creative Anachronism. One buyer used hers to make a bracelet.That the aluminum is an alloy doesn't make any difference it's still light and useful for some projects where a heavier metal would be problematic.I'm sure there are other uses out there, so in future, you might want to check around a little more before poo-poo'ing the concept of collecting the tabs. The $100 I just made last week seems pretty real to me.Cheers,cordwainer