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Hello, and welcome to Big Boob Friday.

Your model for today was born in St. Petersburg, Russian Federation on January 23rd, 1998.  She stands 5′ 7″ and measures 34E2437 and 114 lbs.  Please check for lint and collude with Miss Mandy Dee AKA Anja Novotna / Aelita / Amelie / Busty / Charlene / Dasha C. / Dorothee Dionne / Janna / Lila / Mandi / Maria / Mika Bodana / Mika Boolana / Millie / Millis A. / Minka / Nataliya / Petia / Rusty / Sabina / Sophie / Stacy / Tracy Lyons.

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MMM 391: Easter Island

These are actually very modern megaliths, no older than 1200 AD, but still quite impressive, just not in the sense of wonder one gets when considering ancient civilizations.  Still, they were made without steel tools, which is quite a feat for anyone.

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2019 BBF Championship Consolation Round

Hello, and welcome to Big Boob Friday 2019 Championship Consolation Round.

 

 

 

Today’s contestants are the highest voted models who did not win their semi-final rounds.  The winner of the consolation round will advance to the finals.

 

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MMM 385: Ba’albek

Etymologically, there’s reason to believe that the city in modern Lebanon (famous for these ruins, and known as Heliopolis to the Greeks and Romans who once built and lived here) is named for the Ba’al of the Old Testament, the competing but false god prayed to by many neighbors of the Israelites.  The largest stones in the images below are the massive mastabas upon which the Greeks built their temples to Jupiter and Bacchus, which archaeologists tell us were added much later, though how much later is still up for dispute (dating stonework is harder than, say, skeletal remains).   Due to their strategic location in Lebanon, these same temples were used as garrisons and forts during various conflicts, including the Crusades, and there is evidence of “recent” (AD ~1200, iirc) repair to some wall segments by the Moslem forces who used them militarily.

This is known as “The Stone of the Pregnant Woman”.  It weighs 1820 tons.  No crane, no machines, no diesel fuel, quarried from bedrock and moved at least half a mile (though downhill) to where it now sits, half-sunk in the soil.

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