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Hello, and welcome to Big Boob Friday.

 

 

 

 

Your model for today was born December 13th, 1996 in Melbourne, Australia. She stands 5′ 9″ and measures 342839 and who knows how many pounds.  Please sign the check now and pay for it later with Miss Lauren Searle.

 

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Hello, and welcome to Big Boob Friday.

 

 

 

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Your model for today was born on September 28, 1996  in Taganrog, Novosibirsk, Russian Federation.  She stands 5′ 8″ and measures 362436 and 130 lbs.  Please be accommodating and direct your attention to Miss Maria Doroshina.

 

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Meme in the Sky

Question of the day: Aren’t live songs by definition cover songs?

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Pre-Internet Funny

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It’s hard not to take for granted all of our digital entertainment options. Even the younger Hostages haven’t had the internet as we know it all their lives. Back in HS we learned typing on ancient manual typewriters and there was a Computer Club with about 10 kids in it. Yeah, we had a rotary dial phone at my house until I was in college. Now barely  anyone has a  home phone and it seems nearly every kid has spent more time on YouTube on their phone than they have watching TV. Today we reflect on the pre-gif-era of entertainment as our ancestors experienced it. Well, not exactly since this isn’t the Hostage Weekly Magazine in your mailbox.

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Mental Problems – POS Ponderings

Sometimes I’d like to start out a conversation with Fuck You!! I’ve been told that that’s rude and I need to moderate my tone. That’s like only having one drink when you’re out with the boyz trying to get crunk.

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POS Poat – Reconquista bitches!!!!

I’ve got a friend (of sorts) who purports to be a Messican and is always whining about racism, the plight of the boarder jumpers and welfare scammers blah, blah, blah –

I’ve tried to learn him a few things, economics, race designation, etc – no bueno. So now I just work on irritating him as much as I can. I start and end conversations with him by calling him my southern caucasian brother.

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