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Hello, and welcome to Big Boob Friday.

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Your model for today was born in America on September 10th, 1995. She stands 5′ 9″ and measures 362534 and 130 lbs. Please get your wallet out for Miss Olivia Casta AKA Olivia Cláudia Motta Casta AKA Olivia Castaxx.

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130 Comments

  1. I may have giggled at the fricassed derp.

  2. https://is.gd/_The_soundtrack_in_my_head

    (Imgur video with sound)

  3. Pup thanks for the 80% video links. I’ll check them out this weekend.

  4. I went with freedom wolf.
    They were on sale a month or so ago and I figured at the price what the hey.

  5. Morning Jam.

    https://is.gd/64xPV0

    (Imgur video)

  6. This one appears too young for my tastes. Very pretty, but I’m inclined to tell her to put some clothes on.

    My lawn…..

  7. Another awesome set of boobs.

  8. My kit is a polymer 80, I’ve been procrastinating building it because lazy I guess. I’d be interested in your experiences doing the final 20% but I understand remaining stealthy because that is the point of it really.

  9. Morning TRoy.

    https://is.gd/Tru6hK

  10. Morning Lumps.

    https://is.gd/ggDHtP

  11. I feel creepy looking at this one.

    I predict MJ will rate 7/10 or better.

  12. As long as you have the right tools, finishing and assembling a 80 is pretty easy peasy. Press setup is critical.

    You da man pups! Scritches

  13. wakey wakey

  14. I doubt the date of birth on this one. Agree she looks like a teenager they’re trying to say is way older. It’s icky how young she appears.

    Otherwise, good morning errybody.

  15. 10/10 would smash after checking ID

  16. Baby Megadeth knows how to start the day right.

  17. Seriously, I know our BBF pool ain’t exactly pure as the driven snow (how pure is driven snow, anyway? Also, WTF is driven snow?) but this one seriously skeeves me out. Even if she is as old as claimed she’s obviously trying to give a vibe a decade younger. That’s no bueno.

  18. looking out my window I see lots of pure driven snow

  19. We’ve had the right conditions for a thin layer of snow but every surface that’s been plowed has a layer of ice on it. It’s the one situation where Fuck Salt is inappropriate

  20. I’m just glad she has no tats and her hair is a shade that naturally occurs in mammals.

  21. These photos must be old, or else digitally altered, because there’s no way she’s 26.

    Pretty face, huge tits, but her smile seems empty.

    Oh well.

  22. I double checked her birthday, and some are saying 2000. From what I gather she’s an insta model, so the pictures could easily have been from when she was in her teens, etc?

  23. Oh my mistake. that was someone else.

    But as I said, these pictures could easily be older ones. She does sorta look 17. Since she is an instagram model as well.

  24. 97 is her listed birth year though.

  25. She does have any onlyfans thing.

    Because of course she does.

  26. Today is the day the media ignores March To Life

  27. March for what?

  28. Meatloaf died. **cranks up Bat Out of Hell album**

  29. March for Wife

    It’s when all the InCels march in DC for mandatory gov’t matchmaking and arranged marriages.

  30. I would say it amazes me people actually believe that the number of people who actually think that number outside of low six digits nationwide, but given all the other bizarre crap folks buy, I guess it really doesn’t.

  31. If the inflation keeps up, low six digits will soon be poverty.

  32. In some areas it already is.

  33. And that’s probably what throws them off. 100k in Fairfax is an apartment or subletting a small townhouse with one parking space.

    Where I am you’re rolling large in a new F-150 and you’ve got a McMansion or a small parcel.

  34. That’s why I like living in Iowa. Lower cost of living. Can’t wait to move out of the city, too, even better.

  35. “The advocates of so-called “social progress” believe they are introducing humanity to some kind of a new and better consciousness. Godspeed, hoist the flags as we say, go right ahead. The only thing that I want to say now is that their prescriptions are not new at all. It may come as a surprise to some people, but Russia has been there already. After the 1917 revolution, the Bolsheviks, relying on the dogmas of Marx and Engels, also said that they would change existing ways and customs and not just political and economic ones, but the very notion of human morality and the foundations of a healthy society. The destruction of age-old values, religion and relations between people, up to and including the total rejection of family (we had that, too), encouragement to inform on loved ones – all this was proclaimed progress and, by the way, was widely supported around the world back then and was quite fashionable, same as today. By the way, the Bolsheviks were absolutely intolerant of opinions other than theirs.”
    -Vladimir Putin

    We’re on the other side of the looking glass, people.

  36. Louis Anderson died, too.

  37. Robert Reich is 4′ 11″

  38. Progressives, since they don’t really study history, and when they do its of the “reworked” variety believe that mankind is progressing. Into some higher being. Better.

    They honestly think that modern man is inherently different that they were hundreds and thousands of years ago.

  39. I mean, I bet hundreds of years ago, people still would have made fun of a short angry man like Reich

  40. Good thread:

  41. If god exists, Fauci will die of either covid or the vaccine.

    That would be hilarious.

  42. I’d lay even money he’s never gotten the vaccine they’re giving the rest of us.

  43. And God exists. He permits men like Fauci to test the virtue of others, and also so we don’t doubt the justice of an eternal Hell.

  44. From Leon’s link
    The African Union said they don’t want the doses they had reserved.

    No shit. I saw where it’s 4% effective against omicron.

  45. THANK GOD FOR QR CODES!

  46. Did they ever let the QR code inventor run those ballots through his machines?

  47. My daughter will be 30 this year. Some people think she is 18.

  48. sure hope Carhartt sees that roamy.

  49. It has warmed up almost 20 degrees today, and we’re almost out of single digit temps!

  50. It is bitterly cold in DC today. Holy crap.

  51. hope it shuts everything down, it’s cheaper that way.

    Does Covid live in cold weather? Only time I like wearing a mask

  52. james lindsay on Rogan, gotta listen to that one

  53. Cringeshaw was just roasted on Deace show

  54. Of course they rigged the race. Its the most obvious, ham handed thing to do so they did it without fear of any consequence.

    Everyone under 25 is an activist. They were raised not to be an engineer, but rather a female engineer that’s making a difference for women everywhere.

  55. Jesse Kelly
    @JesseKellyDC
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    17h
    PRO TIP: When you talk to women, always add “for a woman” at the end of sentences when you pay them compliments.

    “You’re pretty smart for a woman.”

    “You’re a good driver for a woman.”

    They love that. Shows respect.

  56. but rather a female engineer that’s making a difference for women everywhere.

    Manager is leaning on me to present at an “inclusive lunar exploration” conference. The hell I will.

  57. LOL, Jay, I have gotten that. My favorite of all time was, “I didn’t know a woman could do that good of a job.”

  58. PRO PRO TIP:

    Do not use this formulation after a beejer.

  59. I’ll put myself in timeout now.

  60. And for other gov’t stupidity, if they persist in requiring a negative covid test before I can go on site, the ones that Biden is mailing out don’t count. Has to be a medically proctored test.

  61. Yea, the home tests are useless. I don’t really give a shit if I have covid.

  62. A friend told me she went to get a test. She checked in, and they gave her a paper to wait her turn. The PAPER itself was what would be used as proof. She left with the paper, and circled “negative” when she got in the car.

  63. hahahaha, govt in action

  64. You might be cool, but you’ll never be Debbie Harry in an H.R. Giger skinsuit cool: https://tinyurl.com/3kwxtauh

  65. Twitter: Feds at March For Life

  66. Comment by Car in on January 21, 2022 1:54 pm
    A friend told me she went to get a test. She checked in, and they gave her a paper to wait her turn. The PAPER itself was what would be used as proof. She left with the paper, and circled “negative” when she got in the car.

    ——

    Good play their stupid game.

  67. Yikes! Is she of legal age in all of these pictures?

  68. Car in on January 21, 2022 at 11:28 am
    Robert Reich is 4′ 11

    Dang – I’m only an inch taller than he is?!?!?

    I mean, I know that I am short, but when you’re walking around with other people, it’s hard to get a read on where you fall on the height spectrum.

    Danny DeVito is 5’0″, so anytime I see him standing next to other actors it really freaks me out to realize that I am THAT short!

  69. I immediately notice if someone is shorter than me, particularly men.

    Those poor bastards. I can’t imagine being even shorter than me.

  70. The only people shorter than me are children, midgets, and dwarves.

    After a certain age, some children are taller than me.

  71. That Twitter thread with Fauci is scary – does he not know that SARS-1 disappeared after 2 years, never to be seen again? I mean, if another SARS comes around, it’s going to be completely new.

    To think that a coronavirus can be stopped with a vaccine is the ultimate in hubris. I learned how viruses work in High School Biology.

    And if by some chance medical science does one day find a way to prevent coronavirus/flu/common cold, I shudder to think what will evolve to take their place. Best to leave such things alone, rather than letting some supervirus emerge.

  72. It’s like Jeff Goldblum’s character said in Jurassic Park, “Nature finds a way”.

  73. does he not know that SARS-1 disappeared after 2 years, never to be seen again?

    Immunity to sars-cov-1 after infection has been shown to persist for at least 17 years per antibody testing.

    But Fauci ain’t got time to do research like I do. He’s got money to make a world to save.

  74. some children are taller than me.

    Rocketboy passed me in height shortly after his 13th birthday, and I’m not short. I think he passed one of his cousins when he was 11 and she was 19.

  75. Comment by Sobek on January 21, 2022 12:27 pm
    It is bitterly cold in DC today. Holy crap.

    Comment by Jay in Ames on January 21, 2022 2:37 pm
    Twitter: Feds at March For Life

    You think he had the shield or the banner?

  76. Yikes! Is she of legal age in all of these pictures?

    You’re not the only one with doubts there…

  77. Lumps or anyone else who’s made it..
    I want to try my hand at sauerkraut. Recipe is as follows:
    Cabbage
    T caraway seeds (think I may omit this)
    2T sea salt

    After preparing it, it says to keep at room temperature for about 3 days before putting in fridge.

    1. Does it matter what type of bowl you prepare the cabbage?
    2. Do I need to sterilize the Mason jar I’ll be putting the mixture in?

  78. I ferment quite a lot Beasn for most vegs you are safe adding 2% of the weight of what you are fermenting in salt, for wet ferments it is 2% of the cabbage AND the water. A mason jar or any glass jar with a lid is fine to use seal it and burp it (crack the lid so the gas can escape) once a day. I have never done anything special to sterilize them just wash them and let dry. Use s cabbage leaf as an internal lid and put a weight on top to keep from oxidizing alternatively a zip lock bag of water on top to keep the cabbage submerged and do not use a lid on the jar.
    The last I made sauerkraut I added jalapeno onion and garlic in the ferment and it was tasty

  79. Sterilize the mason jar, yes. Also consider giving the sauerkraut a slight head start with a small spoonful of live-culture yogurt or sour cream.

    I actually make mine straight in the jar with crushing tool and use a fermenting lid. I let mine ferment for a couple of weeks in the cabinet, but that’s with a special lid that lets it outgas but not ingas.

  80. I opt to cut out the middleman, and throw sauerkraut in the garbage.

  81. Oh, forgot that I also use glass fermentation weights, which I sterilize along with the jar.

  82. The PAPER itself was what would be used as proof. She left with the paper, and circled “negative” when she got in the car.

    Mr. B noticed the same when he went to get his J&J. He didn’t take advantage because half of him obeys authority and convinced the jabs are effective…even if for a few months.
    o_O.
    He told me when he got home that I should have gone with him and then take my paper and wait in the car.

  83. You don’t need to sterilize equipment for natural fermentation, but it can’t hurt. Reasonable sanitary cleansing is fine as the salt content and lactic acid bacteria keep the baddies from growing.

    The problem with measuring salt by volume instead of weight is that a tablespoon of morton’s kosher salt which consists of large hard crystals, contains waaayyy more salt than a tablespoon of diamond crystal kosher salt, which consists of fluffy flakes. If you use a denser salt than the recipe writer uses, your kraut will be wicked salty. This happened to me and it is unpleasant. Other salts vary similarly from each other. Vmax’s 2% by weight is the foolproof way to go. So, if you have 1000g of cabbage/water, you need 20g of salt. Easy peasy.

    I liked caraway seed in mine, but I know some people are not fond of it.

  84. slight head start with a small spoonful of live-culture yogurt or sour cream.

    I can’t do dairy. Lacto fermenting is a no no….thus the 2nd T of salt.
    Nowhere in the recipe does it say to burp the jar.

    Jay, I’m doing it because my goofy gut needs a good probiotic.

  85. Lumps, I have a container of ‘fine’ sea salt.

  86. Have you had issues with lactobacillis? That’s the primary fermenter here.

  87. I don’t weigh things usually.

    I’ve got fine sea salt, coarse kosher salt, Himalayan salt,, and regular table salt.

  88. Leon, I don’t know. I’ve eaten yogurt before but I am seriously lactose intolerant.

  89. Most non-iodized salt will work. Iodine will kill the bacteria you want and leave yucky ones alive.

  90. On the Korean YouTube channels, I watch, when they make kimchi, they slather the cabbage in salt first, then rinse it off before rubbing with spices.

  91. You could try live-culture sour cream, but it’s not critical. You’re mostly trying to give the lactobacillis the best possible chance at being the dominant bacteria.

  92. UGH. The ancient copy of Acrobat I used from time to time here at the office mysteriously disappeared. Don’t know why or how. Since nobody can be bothered to properly manage our digital assets it was the only way I could fudge edits to some .pdf files we use and now folks are looking at me, as if I know what happened or have the authorization to do anything about it (or the will to deal with Adobe’s garbagistic money-grubbing subscription model, it was a version from before that BS).

  93. Guess I need to pull out and wash off the kitchen scale…that I used to watch my piggie’s weight.

  94. Leon, I react to lactose fillers in medications. So, sour cream or yogurt anything is a no go.

  95. “You think he had the shield or the banner?”

    Mind ya bizness.

  96. “But Fauci ain’t got time to do research like I do. He’s got money to make a world to save puppies to torture.”

  97. Make a mini batch for the first go, beasn. Then you can use some of the juice as your starter for your big batch, and reduce the salt.

  98. OK, Adobe.

    I get you want people to pay for your newest and most expensive offerings instead of sticking with 14-year-old paleoware.

    But updating reader to an “all-inclusive” version that we have to pay to unlock editing features with and automatically uninstalling the old stuff without asking?

    Not.

    Fucking.

    Cool.

  99. LOL

  100. Adobe is garbage. My wife could talk you deaf about all the shit they’ve pulled with their image and video suites.

    And yet she won’t take even a moment to learn GIMP.

  101. Open Office can edit PDFs no problem.

  102. I use a program called Bluebeam for my pdf editing, but it is not free and it is mostly for drawings, floor-plans and such. Nowhere near Adobe prices though. If you are just doing text and graphics then there are many decent free apps out there.

  103. Leon should have caught this, I am surprised. The lacto fermentation is from a bacteria that produced lactic acid. Lactose is a sugar. If you can eat pickles Beasn you can ferment away. I have never used a starter and have had very few ferments (none) go bad, the bacteria that lives on fresh produce is sufficient to start the ferment.

  104. Cute, but a definite no vote in the 2022 BBF Grande Finale competition. She’s the stuff that gets you branded “chomo” amongst the polite society in the pen.

  105. Leon, regarding GIMP, how badly I’d like to copy & paste that from this android at Grouchy old cripple in Atlanta…specially since Denney is a retired IBM corporate training guy that worked his way up back in the days when hands on experience was more valuable than 4 years of college classroom discussions about theories.

  106. The recipe I am going to use is from “Nourishing Traditions”. It’s big on lacto fermentation…as in adding whey (which is from dairy/has lactose/milk sugar, to help the process. For those who cannot do the lacto part, they recommend an additional spoonful of salt or lemon juice (depending on what you’re cooking) to get there.
    Lactic acid is part of the end result.

  107. 1. Vodka
    2. Oysters
    3. https://tinyurl.com/yc7neydu !

  108. Florida man for the win.

  109. Vmax, I know the bacteria on the leaves can get it going, the tiny bit of dairy is just insurance in case you don’t have the best bacteria on yours. As I said, it’s not necessary, and I’ve made plenty without it. Unless you’ve got issues like beasn, though, it can’t hurt.

  110. I finished Durable Trades, so that’s 1(!) book read for 2022. It was pretty good, I just wish it had been there for me 30 years ago.

  111. Starter cultures are used in industry for a number of reasons.
    But as all have mentioned here they’re not necessary.

  112. I won’t be trusting rando yeast when I try to ferment my pears this year, I tellz ya.

    Now time to go finish The Myth of AI.

  113. Heritage Yeast

  114. That’s how they make beer in the African bush. Crush starchy yams, spit in it, stomp it, add water, hope it’s good yeast, wait.

  115. I wasn’t going to do anything to his dogs. Sheesh

  116. You know what you did!

  117. Beasn, I think you will be okay without a starter culture, even with a lesser amount of salt, but if you want one I can mail you some of the stuff at the bottom of my natural fermented pickle jar. It’s going to sniff like garlic and dill, but just dissolve a little teensy bit in your brine and you’ll get billions of microbes and won’t taste pickles at all.

  118. Just got the Tom “Greek citizen” Hanks propaganda ad for Brandon on yootoob.

    What a jackass that guy turned out to be.

  119. Best rack I’ve ever seen on a sophomore in HS.

  120. Danny evaluated Roger’s progress.

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