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November 04, 2019

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Darleen

Oh for heaven's sake ... looks like the image was swapped out since I first posted the link.

this one I originally saw ... been on several articles about her "self-partnering".

Boatswain's Mate

this one I originally saw ... been on several articles about her "self-partnering".

Why is she wearing mail chest guard? Preparing to get into her armor to do a bit of jousting, eh?

WTP

OK, so my 2 cents on bangs...the key is to err on the long side. Like down to the eyebrow level or so. Not, as Darleen indicates, as a 4 year old would do. That was to me the most creepy thing about Bettie Page.

David

OK, so my 2 cents on bangs...

It’s often surprising where a thread can end up.

Carl Parsons

I have a great idea for a bait box... shaggy item filled with fleas or bedbugs.

They take it in their house, open it, and they have a flea or bedbug infestation in no time.

Fleas and bedbugs are horrible and they can survive in a dark, sealed box. Unlike crickets (which make noise and would quickly die), these pests would make a person's life MISERABLE.

pst314

I have a great idea for a bait box... shaggy item filled with fleas or bedbugs.

That is a very bad idea. Funny but bad. Just for starters, remember that nearly all of these thieves live in rented housing. What about the fate of the neighbors when the fleas and bedbugs move next door? What about the next tenants? What about the new roommate who has not yet figured out that the guy is a sociopath? Really bad idea.

Rich Rostrom

“the Artful Dodgers of the Amazon age” ...

An attempt to link this pustule to the allegedly sympathetic petty thieves of the Victorian slums, as sanitized by Broadway and Hollywood.

Dickens was more honest: one of the practices Fagin taught his underlings was "the kinchin lay". Mothers would sometimes send a small child to market with a coin to buy something. A Fagin thug would knock the child down and snatch the coin.

"Six shillings and ninepence halfpenny on the very first day! The kinchin lay will be a fortune to you."

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