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http://vimeo.com/17426438 for the season. Smile

Shocked

Jeff(bigtikidude)

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Ellie and I were at our favorite breakfast place Sunday morning, an ultra cool diner called The Fox that goes back to the 1920s and which was taken over by hipsters a few years back. They only play music from 1959-1967 and apparently you have to have ink to work there. I thought it interesting a very attractive girl working the counter, maybe all of 18 years old, had new ink that ran the length of her forearm that read "The bird is the word".

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meh, I gave it about 58 seconds. Nothing shocks me anymore since Borat.

Reverb, man!
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SurferBill wrote:

I thought it interesting a very attractive girl working
the counter, maybe all of 18 years old, had new ink
that ran the length of her forearm that read "The bird
is the word".

The bird is the finger she is ready to flip people who hit on her. Where would the ink have ended up in the gesture?

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