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nina

Ottawa, Canada

#1 Apr 26, 2010
redneck

Myrtle Creek, OR

#2 Apr 26, 2010
LOOK bQQbs
nina

Surrey, Canada

#4 Apr 26, 2010
in the interests of public safety, I am showing an immodestly dressed me with minimal cleavage here:

http://ntrygg.wordpress.com/2010/04/27/boobqu...

not the tshirt samples - I'm in the blue housedress and pink cammie with the tiger print headscarf and very red lips

the back story is that this was a fancy costume party at a very swanky location for a group I no long belong to - I didn't likethe gal who organized and the theme she picked was Film Noir.

Now, I am not a femme fatale, but those movies always have a noisy landlady character - so that was me.

everyone was jealous of my purple fuzzy slippers, not shown in the photo
Epicurus

Winter Park, FL

#5 May 1, 2010
nina wrote:
in the interests of public safety, I am showing an immodestly dressed me with minimal cleavage here:
http://ntrygg.wordpress.com/2010/04/27/boobqu...
not the tshirt samples - I'm in the blue housedress and pink cammie with the tiger print headscarf and very red lips
the back story is that this was a fancy costume party at a very swanky location for a group I no long belong to - I didn't likethe gal who organized and the theme she picked was Film Noir.
Now, I am not a femme fatale, but those movies always have a noisy landlady character - so that was me.
everyone was jealous of my purple fuzzy slippers, not shown in the photo
Always nice to put a face to the person! Nice smile! Looks like you had fun.

Public safety? Very funny!~ I have seen two women wearing similar t-shirts, did not know about boobquake! Thx
nina

Surrey, Canada

#6 May 1, 2010
I did have fun at these parties - the year before the theme was the roaring twenties - so the expectation was that the women would be flappers

I went as a newspaper kid - short pants, suspenders, newsie cap and I'd even made up my own newspaper with the Valentines' Day Massacre as the headline

I love thwarting the intent, but honouring the spirit

Sharon McGowan, who produced one of my fave films - Better than Chocolate

told me that the event needed a best costume prize and that would win it every year

I also got to meet a local actress Christine Willes who played Dolores on Dead Like Me this evening - and yes, there's a photo of that

it was the first time I ever went fannish on someone

and I've gotten to spend 90 mins one on one with Marion Zimmer Bradley and had a long chat with Amanda Tapping from stargate!
Epicurus

Winter Park, FL

#7 May 1, 2010
nina wrote:
I did have fun at these parties - the year before the theme was the roaring twenties - so the expectation was that the women would be flappers
I went as a newspaper kid - short pants, suspenders, newsie cap and I'd even made up my own newspaper with the Valentines' Day Massacre as the headline
I love thwarting the intent, but honouring the spirit
Sharon McGowan, who produced one of my fave films - Better than Chocolate
told me that the event needed a best costume prize and that would win it every year
I also got to meet a local actress Christine Willes who played Dolores on Dead Like Me this evening - and yes, there's a photo of that
it was the first time I ever went fannish on someone
and I've gotten to spend 90 mins one on one with Marion Zimmer Bradley and had a long chat with Amanda Tapping from stargate!
Sweet! Were you about to blow a kiss on that picture with the femme fatale? Cute flirty smile!
nina

Surrey, Canada

#8 May 1, 2010
Epicurus wrote:
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Sweet! Were you about to blow a kiss on that picture with the femme fatale? Cute flirty smile!
gosh, blushing

yes, I was blowing kisses to the photographer
Epicurus

Winter Park, FL

#9 May 1, 2010
nina wrote:
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gosh, blushing
yes, I was blowing kisses to the photographer
http://www.youtube.com/patcondell#p/a/f/0/CvE...

View now angel... and, yes you are cute!

“Quantum Junctn: Use Both Lanes”

Since: Dec 06

Tulsa, Oklahoma USofA

#10 May 1, 2010
Indirectly related to boobquake:

A woman demonstrates to professional baseball players [male] how it *ought* to be done...

" http://1just4fun.wordpress.com/2010/02/20/bal... ;
jack13

United States

#11 May 2, 2010
It is alwys a pleasure to gain some insight into the life of a friend. Great sense of humor. Loved it.
Pete-o

Sunol, CA

#12 May 2, 2010
Bob of Quantum-Faith wrote:
Indirectly related to boobquake:
A woman demonstrates to professional baseball players [male] how it *ought* to be done...
" http://1just4fun.wordpress.com/2010/02/20/bal... ;
That is simply amazing! Look at the left fielder, he's just thinking why can't I do that?
Paul WV

United States

#13 May 6, 2010
Boobquake was proposed on April 20th the same day the oil rig blowup in the Gulf. Bookquake may not have caused an earthquake but it could have set off the largest natural disaster in America's history; at least that is how the wirters of the Old Testament would record it.
Epicurus

Winter Park, FL

#14 May 6, 2010
Paul WV wrote:
Boobquake was proposed on April 20th the same day the oil rig blowup in the Gulf. Bookquake may not have caused an earthquake but it could have set off the largest natural disaster in America's history; at least that is how the wirters of the Old Testament would record it.
The writers of the old and new testaments were great at fiction and fantasy. Experts in heresay! Lousy at reality and the nature of the universe. They could have learned something from The Mayans! Oh, I forgot these 'men of god' did not know about the Mayans until Columbus, did god forget to mention these creations of his? Why did he not see fit to have a saviour for them?
Even a missionary would have been helpful!

Oops, I answered my own question! The Mayans were busy herding dinosaurs! I guess god forgot about these failed creations as ..well! Perhaps because they already had several competing gods available:?

I think I know why... She does not exist.
Paul WV

United States

#15 May 6, 2010
Epicurus wrote:
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The writers of the old and new testaments were great at fiction and fantasy. Experts in heresay! Lousy at reality and the nature of the universe. They could have learned something from The Mayans! Oh, I forgot these 'men of god' did not know about the Mayans until Columbus, did god forget to mention these creations of his? Why did he not see fit to have a saviour for them?
Even a missionary would have been helpful!
Oops, I answered my own question! The Mayans were busy herding dinosaurs! I guess god forgot about these failed creations as ..well! Perhaps because they already had several competing gods available:?
I think I know why... She does not exist.
Jesus is the Savior of all mankind; including the Mayans. Those who die before hearing the preaching of the Gospel are still saved through Jesus; as were those of the Old Testament.

“Quantum Junctn: Use Both Lanes”

Since: Dec 06

Tulsa, Oklahoma USofA

#16 May 6, 2010
Paul WV wrote:
Boobquake was proposed on April 20th the same day the oil rig blowup in the Gulf. Bookquake may not have caused an earthquake but it could have set off the largest natural disaster in America's history; at least that is how the wirters of the Old Testament would record it.
See the lunacy of the christard.

See that the christard is completely and totally nuts.

See the christard desperately trying to convince others that his evil fantasy-god has a teensy-tiny shred of actual power.

See the christard fail miserably.

See the christard crying in his milk...

Cry, christard, Cry.

“Quantum Junctn: Use Both Lanes”

Since: Dec 06

Tulsa, Oklahoma USofA

#17 May 6, 2010
Paul WV wrote:
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Jesus is the Savior of all mankind; including the Mayans. Those who die before hearing the preaching of the Gospel are still saved through Jesus; as were those of the Old Testament.
Savior from .... WHAT?

The evil nature of your evil god?

:LOL:

You're deluded, Paulie.

By the way-- how's that Pedophile-Loving Pope working out for you?
Paul WV

United States

#18 May 6, 2010
Bob of Quantum-Faith wrote:
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See the lunacy of the christard.
See that the christard is completely and totally nuts.
See the christard desperately trying to convince others that his evil fantasy-god has a teensy-tiny shred of actual power.
See the christard fail miserably.
See the christard crying in his milk...
Cry, christard, Cry.
Sow the wind and reap the whirlwind.

“Quantum Junctn: Use Both Lanes”

Since: Dec 06

Tulsa, Oklahoma USofA

#19 May 6, 2010
Paul WV wrote:
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Sow the wind and reap the whirlwind.
See the meaningless babble of the godbot.

Babble, godbot Babble!

Maybe one day, by sheer accident, your babble will have significance.

Doubtful, though:

You'd have to use your brain for something OTHER than skull-jello.
NightSerf

Knoxville, TN

#20 May 6, 2010
Paul WV wrote:
Boobquake was proposed on April 20th the same day the oil rig blowup in the Gulf. Bookquake may not have caused an earthquake but it could have set off the largest natural disaster in America's history; at least that is how the wirters of the Old Testament would record it.
Is it my imagination, or did you just admit that the OT writers routinely fabricated sheer nonsense to explain anything that they didn't understand?
Paul WV

United States

#21 May 7, 2010
Bob of Quantum-Faith wrote:
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See the meaningless babble of the godbot.
Babble, godbot Babble!
Maybe one day, by sheer accident, your babble will have significance.
Doubtful, though:
You'd have to use your brain for something OTHER than skull-jello.
Read Hosea 8 if you don't know what it means.

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