January 12, 2013

Katherine Webb to appear in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition [Darleen Click]

No word that the issue will be sold with an age restriction — no one over 72 will be allowed to purchase it.

Posted by Darleen @ 11:40am
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  1. I’ve been approached by different publications, but I think a lot of America appreciated how classy I was, and I got a lot of responses saying I was America’s sweetheart and all that kind of stuff. I’m from Alabama and I have morals and I have class. That’s my personality.

    It’s not the heat, it’s the humility. lol

  2. I’m beginning to wonder how our societal heterophobia dovetails with our new found love of all things homo?

    I read this entire thing:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/10/fashion/generation-lgbtqia.html?pagewanted=1&_r=2&ref=general&src=me&

    I can’t help but think that pretty much everyone mentioned in the piece needs to be straightjacketed and institutionalized, and by “everyone” I mean to include the bystanders and enablers.

  3. I read the caption under the photo and that was enough.

    Fashion has become impossible. I don’t know what they teach in design schools anymore, but it certainly isn’t construction skills. It seems that if a girl doesn’t want to dress like a slag or a boy she’s out of luck. Likewise I’m tired of that “I can’t be bothered to shave” look that guys have been sporting for ages now. The Yassir Arafat look I call it.

    Androgyny is boring. It was over by the time the Glitter Bands and Ziggy Stardust hit the road.

  4. I’m totally lost. We care about this why?

  5. I’m tired of that “I can’t be bothered to shave” look that guys have been sporting for ages now.

    Except of course that they do shave, meticulously, to maintain that permanent five-o’-clock shadow.

    Those of us who really do give up shaving end up with more than a non-skid surface on our faces.

  6. let’s buy more time inc magazines!

  7. See, that’s what I don’t understand, McGehee. Beards are nice and not scratchy like the perma 5 o’clock shadow.

    It’s kind of like the shaved head look guys were going for 20+ years ago. I always thought “You’ll be so-rry!” Wasting all those good hair years only to look like Mr. Clean for the rest of your days.

  8. I’m glad you included the Brent Musburger tag Darleen. Otherwise, I wouldn’t have known what the hell you were talking about.

  9. Ernst

    I really was taken aback by the whole Musburger kerfuffle. (and brava to Ms Webb for saying she saw no reason for ESPN to apologize)

    I mean, men of a certain age are supposed to blind their eyes to young adult women – even those that compete in beauty pageants – least the Vagina Warriors stomp their feet and scream “dirty old man!” ???

    In about the same week Kathy Griffin mimes fellatio on Anderson Cooper on national television?

  10. Time Inc. has already eliminated more than 1,000 employees since 2008, when the headcount was about 10,000 strong. This year’s layoffs are expected to be in the hundreds since the company’s had a reprieve since 2009, even as revenue has continued to decline.

    faster please

  11. Sooo…think Jeff is at the game? Wish I was.

  12. Jeff had a wrestling thing today I believe.

  13. Alec

    I read the whole article and left saddened. Because for the “joy” being expressed, it seems so forced and shallow.

    Stephen/Kathlyn the girl that would be a boy who wants to have babies …

    [shakes head]

  14. Those are the kind of shenangans that make me mistrust the mental health profession and tying it to gun control.

    Some girl things she is Rambo, she can’t own a gun, but we will publicly fund carving up her body, grafting a fake dick on her and giving her lifetime testosterone injections.

    That shit is totally insane.

  15. There are a tremendous number of gays in the field of Psychology (not so much Psychiatry, because med school first) and they have an agenda. The rest of us who don’t share that agenda are supposed to STFU.

  16. we should have a whole post about bitches with fake dicks cause of it’s not getting enough attention

  17. This is more about mental health, ‘feets.

    We could also use the example of AJ McCarrons rather bizarre tattoo and the disturbing fact that Alabama fans are buying tee shirts with his entire torso screen printed on them.

    There are plenty of examples to choose from.

  18. i’m not a tattoo person my niece wazzle is 11 and she already wants a tattoo

    she wants a tattoo of a dolphin it’s my brother’s fault cause of he just finished a big tattoo to the glory of the Lord it has a cross and other jesus stuff on it with lots of color and such

    she texted me today just to let me know which orbeez i should NOT get her just in case I ever wanted to get her some orbeez

    I think she wants me to get her some orbeez, which means what i will do is get her some orbeez, which means I have to get nephew wazzle something too

    he’s tougher to buy for cause he doesn’t do the helpful texting thing

  19. i’m not a big fan of transsexuals i think they should be shunned cause they’re gross plus also i think they should pay for their own fake genitals out of money they save up by staying home and cooking healthy low cost meals and not buying stuff like tattoos and orbeez and iphones

  20. I gots to follow that ?

    WTF Denver? Peyton Manning stiffs another big game. Tee Martin he isn’t.

  21. I’ve thought people were selling Balmer short, and now I’m the only guy with Ravens on his fantasy playoff team.

  22. One more thought, Alex Smith led the 49ers to a victory over Grenn Bay the fiirst game of the season. Jim Harbaugh is going to look pretty bad if Colin Kaepernick loses to them tonight.

  23. Katherine Webb reminds of that California uber-sensational model who ran afoul of teh freaks. That would be… Carrie Prejean.

  24. It’s sad the Ravens get to advance. Not only because Denver needed the boost, but because of murderous Ray Lewis.

  25. Tatoos are like giant green mohawks that you can never shave off, happy.

    Serr8d, the Ravens sucketh. That is all.

  26. Get the nephew the Orbeez your neice don’t want, feets. That way he at least doesn’t have to worry about her stealing them.

  27. Orbeez? My kid must be too old for these. They sound like sea monkeys.

  28. the “doesn’t want” thing has something to do with not having the appropriate flooring for to enjoy those ones properly

    i would have to do some research to nail the specifics down

    they look really cool i might get some for myself

  29. Too many kids nowadays have the obeese.

  30. Someone I know whom I work with and thought was old enough to know better came back from the holidays with a tattoo on her arm. Visible, even. Seems like a nice ‘tramp stamp’ would’ve been sufficient for to alleviate her curiosity, but no, there it is, like a great scarified scar. ‘Peace’. Ferchrissake!

  31. speaking of stupid i finally got to see Prometheus

    charlize is fun to watch

    that’s it that was my whole takeaway

  32. Football is fixed. I no longer care.

  33. oh. also i liked how the character you most want to see die in a fire dies in a fire

  34. ***spoiler alert***

  35. Football is fixed. I no longer care.

    I used to suspect that, but consider: Wouldn’t the NFL prefer a Denver-New England matchup (which might have been the real Super Bowl) rather than, say, a Ravens-Texas game?

  36. My niece who is a very pretty little blonde decided about two years ago for her 21st birthday to get a giant tattoo of a Mexican skull/Freida Kalo type thing on her inner forearm. It’s very colorful, expensive and ugly.

  37. i think those are called “sugar skulls”

  38. I can’t tell from the photos if it has her name on it, but it looks like on of those sugar skulls from Dia de los Muertos. My Mexican friends tell me that they are tacky and low class.

  39. My niece who is a very pretty little blonde decided about two years ago for her 21st birthday to get a giant tattoo of a Mexican skull/Freida Kalo type thing on her inner forearm. It’s very colorful, expensive and ugly.

    I’ve long maintained that if I were college-age again, I’d make it a point to study dermatology.

    I figure as the economy continues to go down the drain, and employers get more and more discerning about such things, the demand for tattoo removal and piercing repair should be going up accordingly…

  40. It already is from what I understand. I never wanted a tattoo so I saved a lot of expense.

  41. My Puerto Rican friends tell me if a Mexican thinks something is tacky and low class it is off the fucking charts.

  42. Heh. I haven’t run the tattoo thing past my Puerto Rican friend,but my Brazilian friend says all other hispanics are tacky and low class.

  43. Wouldn’t the NFL prefer a Denver-New England matchup (which might have been the real Super Bowl) rather than, say, a Ravens-Texas game?

    Manning will be beck next year. Lewis won’t.

  44. hispanics are awesome I love them very much

  45. armenians i struggle with cause of they are not always honourable in their business dealings but my dry cleaners are righteous I love them very much

  46. native americans need an intervention

    there’s just no excuse for living that way

    plus the whole feathers thing is stupid

    they’re feathers get over it everyone else has

  47. hispanics are awesome I love them very much

    Personally, I find race immaterial to whom I care about, but each to his own I guess…

  48. “hispanic” is not a race it’s more of a provenance defined by what language their country of origin primarily speaks

    people get confuzzled cause hispanics had their own natives to contend with and so there’s some aboriginal hispanics in the mix, which kinda has a racial component but it’s really all very inside baseball

  49. they still rock though cause they’re aboriginals sure but they don’t live on stupid reservations drunk off their asses pawing at their stupid feather collections

    sugar skulls are cool i have a sugar skull bath mat which looks really groovy when i have the blue “shh turtles are sleeping” light on

  50. The person I’m closest to in the whole world is 1/2 black, 3/8 Hispanic (if by Hispanic you mean Mexican) and 1/8 Native American (North American that is).

    I find separating out the parts I love most too tiresome to be worth it.

  51. Racially speaking that is…

  52. Brazilians are Portuguese and thus superior to the Spanish.

    Just ask them.

  53. If the Texans play the Ravens in the Super Bowl, we’ll know for a fact that the NFL is fixed

    –by the same monkeys who fix our elections.

  54. native americans need an intervention

    there’s just no excuse for living that way

    Quick, read this

  55. brazilians are a spirited people they wear special colored underwears on new years

    it was on cnn

  56. I remember earlier in the trip when Midwesterners were wearing coveralls in a fashion reminiscent of Eli Roth movies.

    Fucking working class Americans with their cheap clothes and manual labor. Nothing at all like those noble savages from Mexico.

  57. damn mr. lee that guy ain’t got no clothes on

    that’s a good way to get chiggers

  58. I’m home now Mr. bh the new job needed me sooner rather than later which is ok cause winter had vast expanses of this beautiful land in its icy clutches and … it just gets kinda old really fast… I wasn’t 100% prepared for it for one thing and even if i was the snowflakes accumulate in such a way as to make hiking by yourself a completely foolhardy thing to do and i was having trouble finding adventures

  59. Great story, bro.

  60. that guy ain’t got no clothes on

    that’s a good way to get chiggers

    Tell that to the girls at Huntington Beach…

  61. for example i tried really hard after hannibal to scoot up to house on the rock cause of i wanted to see what they do for christmas but then a blizzard came and i ended up stuck in an iowa prison town for two days with only pizza hut to eat

    sweet mother of saturated fat michelle obama could devote her whole next year to this pizza hut issue

    the only redeeming thing about them is they have a decent salad bar

  62. Ah, Jared Diamond’s latest.

    I do believe South Park prebutted his argument by almost a decade.,

  63. I grew up in a town with lots of Mexicans. Let me tell you, they make lousy neighbors.

    Always with the cars with the noisy exhaust and loud stereos, too many relatives living under one roof. Hanging laundry off their balconies and letting their toddlers run around naked all the time around the scrawny pooches they keep tied up in the yard was scary, too.

  64. i was having trouble finding adventures

    is the folding shovel useful in your new gig?

  65. I just have a hard time blaming the Indians for taking all the money people throw at their slots.

  66. lots of mexicans are normal old middle class people what definitely have a clue

    I know this one couple what bought a two bedroom house specifically on purpose for so nobody could come live with them

    that’s smart, especially in los angeles cause unemployment is through the roof and even higher for our hispanic friends

  67. When I first heard the term oikophobia it seemed a bit theoretical and forced to me.

    I was wrong.

  68. winter had vast expanses of this beautiful land in its icy clutches and … it just gets kinda old really fast… I wasn’t 100% prepared for it for one thing and even if i was the snowflakes accumulate in such a way as to make hiking by yourself a completely foolhardy thing to do and i was having trouble finding adventures

    sliding off the road sideways and winding up stuck in a ditch for three days isn’t adventurous enough for you?

  69. Always with the cars with the noisy exhaust and loud stereos, too many [blah, blah, blah]

    Yeah, luckily no white people live like that *eye roll*

  70. casinos are disgusting there’s not enough purell in the world to get me to touch a slot machine handle

  71. there’s not enough purell in the world to get me to touch a slot machine handle

    Luckily for, well, everybody, their life goes on without you.

  72. sliding off the road sideways and winding up stuck in a ditch for three days isn’t adventurous enough for you?

    To be honest, I sorta enjoyed the fact that he didn’t know how adults prepare for possible mishaps after making fun of people who surely had warm clothes and a bucket of sand in their trunk.

    Sue me.

    [It was originally "Too be honest". Sorta felt I should note that even though the need to correct it overcame me.]

  73. Mr. Ernst it came really damn close to that in wyoming

    snow does not have your best interests at heart when you’re trying to get from point a to point b

  74. Always with the cars with the noisy exhaust and loud stereos, too many relatives living under one roof. Hanging laundry off their balconies and letting their toddlers run around naked all the time around the scrawny pooches they keep tied up in the yard was scary, too.

    You sure they weren’t just really tan hillbillies? Because that sounds a lot like back home in appalachia.

  75. snow does not have your best interests at heart when you’re trying to get from point a to point b

    Snow, Ice and Wind work for Cold.

    And Cold makes Honey Badger look like a bleedin’ heart.

  76. snow does not have your best interests at heart

    You need not have worried, the natives are used to pulling dumb ass Californians out of ditches.

  77. someday i’ll spend a whole winter in somewheres like wyoming or maybe colorado or like on a lake in minnesota

    you know who lives on a lake in minnesota is that jessica lange

    maybe we can be winter lake friends

  78. morning jessica i made sausage biscuits here i brought you some

    mmm thanks happy you make great biscuits you really do

    I just use the recipe on the back of the box

    oh well they sure are tasty

    ok I gotta get back cause it’s too effing cold out here to be out for long

    ok bye see you later thanks again for the biscuits

    you betcha have a great day!

  79. some are glad you are back in the land of tax and tats

  80. Then Jessica spends the rest of the day skiing with her 8 year old daughter, fleetingly feeling sorry for the sad little cold biscuit man…

  81. the taxes are awful I’m kind making a list of stuff i might get in iowa in a couple weeks

  82. someday i’ll spend a whole winter in somewheres like wyoming or maybe colorado or like on a lake in minnesota

    Good luck with that.

    you know who lives on a lake in minnesota is that jessica lange

    I’ve heard the same about tom cruise

  83. that’s not how the story goes Mr. lee at all what happens is I go back to my little house and work til like 5 then i get on my snowmobile and have adventures and then later I make dinner and then after dinner I make a tom n jerry from scratch and me and jessica play words with friends until she goes to bed

  84. Awesome story, bro.

  85. This is just an idea but I think that maybe you and Steve from Arizona should collaborate.

    Give it some thought. Synergy, that’s what I’m sensing here.

  86. i love mark steyn more than beans and it’s all cause of his column today

    i found the link at that “hot air” place

    But beyond the politics is a real question. He’s not wrong to raise the question of Pentagon “bloat.” The United States has the most lavishly funded military on the planet, and what does it buy you? In the Hindu Kush, we’re taking twelve years to lose to goatherds with fertilizer.

    Something is wrong with this picture. Indeed, something is badly wrong with the American way of war. And no one could seriously argue that, in the latest in the grim two-thirds-of-a-century roll call of America’s un-won wars, the problem is a lack of money or resources. Given its track record, why shouldn’t the Pentagon get a top-to-toe overhaul — or at least a cost-benefit analysis?

    Just to be clear: I disagree with Hagel on Israel, on Iran, and on most everything else. But my colleagues on the right are in denial if they don’t think there are some very basic questions that need to be asked about the too-big-to-fail Department of Defense. Obama would like the U.S. military to do less. Some of us would like it to do more with less — more nimbly, more artfully. But, if the national-security establishment won’t acknowledge there’s even a problem, they’re unlikely to like the solutions imposed by others. “Petty” and “spiteful”? No. Obamacare’s other shoe.

    nicely said Mr. steyn you want you can be winter lake friends with me and jessica

  87. I think the military has the same problem the rest of us do, their civilian leadership is a bunch of fucking retards.

  88. yes yes but the military also produces scads of douchebag fucksticks like john mccain and colin powell and stanley mcchrystal and wesley clark and this squirrelly petraeus fella and lindsey graham and tammy duckworth and et cetera

  89. pretty sure there’s plenty of politicians in uniform too

  90. yes yes and politicians love inertia more than almost anything other than themselves

  91. casinos are disgusting there’s not enough purell in the world to get me to touch a slot machine handle

    Flying from Sacramento to Atlanta with a layover in Vegas.

    One slot machine, one quarter, one pull, one hundred dollars.

    Then on to the land of sweet tea.

  92. We’re going to have a discussion on integrity lead by ‘feets?

    I mean, c’mon. This is the president of the thor fan club we’re talking about here.

  93. i like thor i wish i knew where he lived in florida I woulda stopped and bought him a glass or two of tsty russian vodka except for i didn’t get much further south than orlando

    the thing about florida is the further south you go the further north you have to go to get back up to georgia

    it’s like 300 miles from the panhandle down to miami so that’s like 600 miles there and back again if you go like a hobbit

  94. *tasty* russian vodka i mean

  95. good job Mr. BT but don’t forget to purell before you touch yourself anywhere special

  96. There we go.

    He likes thor. He’s never waivered. So… he’s clearly reliable on these matters.

    Tell me again, why are we following his lead on any topic? Do we hate ourselves? Were we not hugged enough as children?

  97. I think the old guys like me have built up immunities from exploring landfills and lord knows what else when we were kids. I think purell deprives the body of enjoying a good tussle now and then.

  98. if you’re just tuning in thor was an online persona of some really creative fun smart guy in florida none of us as far as i know have ever met

    plus he put words together in fun and surprising ways

    he got really disenchanted with Team R at some point so a lot of people with Team R sympathies don’t like him plus there were some conflicts he had with specific people but mostly i ignored those and skipped the comments cause you know what they say it takes two to tango

    he liked obama more than is healthy or natural but I think a lot of that was just him trying to give people the business

  99. I’m glad you wrote that, ‘feets.

    It’s pure.

  100. yes it’s pure Mr. bh plus you have to be mindful that florida is where tourists get killed in tragic and headline-making ways

    i never felt any sense of danger while i was there though and north florida in particular is a really idyllic part of the country that’s kind of a best kept secret

    …if you stay away from jacksonville

  101. thor was an online persona of some really creative fun smart guy

    Thor was a loathsome troll I would never allow around my family in real life.

    kinda like you…

  102. People can know exactly what you mean when you say this thing is good and this thing is bad, ‘feets. They can calibrate accordingly.

  103. other good things are include takeout food cause you don’t have to pay taxes on it

  104. I’ll never forget the first comment by thor I remember. Something about how he liked to go to church and leer at the married ladies during services.

    I knew he was lying, but still, that’s hardly a saving grace…

  105. he must go to a church with lots of hot married ladies

    I’m guessing he wasn’t lutheran

  106. Is there anything left unclear to people yet?

    I ask this because I was once in the same place and guins was saying the same to me.

    It’s clear now, isn’t it?

  107. well it gets fuzzy cause in some places you do have to pay sales taxes on takeout foozle – here in LA you can get untaxed lattes at coffee bean if you say they’re to go plus you can get bakery stuff

    starbucks will charge you tax though

    but you can’t get stuff like steaks and lasagna

    I’m really in a pickle how I’m gonna dodge the sales tax increase here

    i just have to make sure I take advantage when i go out of state, which means leaving here with plenty of room leftover in my carry-on and doing stuff like wearing your suit on the plane

    christ america is getting gay

  108. i wonder if i can get a k-cup machine home

    i bet maybe if i take it out of the box and all

  109. carrie underwood is gonna star in a sound of music remake

    that has to be some kind of sign

  110. i wonder if i can get a k-cup machine home
    i bet maybe if i take it out of the box and all

    well it gets fuzzy cause in some places you do have to pay sales taxes on takeout foozle – here in LA you can get untaxed lattes at coffee bean if you say they’re to go plus you can get bakery stuff
    starbucks will charge you tax though
    but you can’t get stuff like steaks and lasagna
    I’m really in a pickle how I’m gonna dodge the sales tax increase here
    i just have to make sure I take advantage when i go out of state, which means leaving here with plenty of room leftover in my carry-on and doing stuff like wearing your suit on the plane

    christ america is getting gay

    Yup

  111. how is lasagna gay

    how is trying not to give money to jerry brown gay

    how is bakery stuff gay bakeries are a good place to get tortillas and for reals sourdough and stuff not the crappy ralph’s kind

    ok lattes are kinda gay but sometimes you just gotta have a good latte

  112. and I need the k-cup machine cause at the new job they have this ridiculous mr. coffee drip drip drip thing

    I can’t work like that

  113. pre-packaged lasagna is, like everything else I highlighted, either queer or queers things up for the rest of us.

  114. I suppose another way to put it would be that everything highlighted is fashionable.

    And we all know fashion is fabulous.

  115. Also, you prate in the mannered prattle of a thirteen year old girl.

    which is both queer and fashionable

  116. i hardly ever get pre-packaged lasagna but when i do i get michael angelo’s cause it comes from texas, which is a red state not a fascist failifornia state – the vegetable lasagna in particular is tasty pus it’s a Healthy Choice – but also i like the ziti… mostly i get lasagna from pinocchio’s

    otherwise what do you want me to do buy unfashionable fuddy duddy food like cap’n ed eats?

    I don’t think so gus

  117. *plus* it’s a Healthy Choice i mean

  118. Just for the shits and giggles of it all.

  119. The first I remember of thor was how cool he was to burrhog when burrhog was dying. That was when thor first showed up, he was cool for a while at first, I think that bears remembering.

  120. The platinum dipped craziness continues. Tyranny or Bust!

    Treasury and Fed kill the trillion-dollar platinum coin. But other goofy ideas await to evade debt ceiling

  121. representatives of “30 to 35 groups” pledged “a total of millions of dollars and dozens of organizers to form a united front” on the issues of “getting big money out of politics

  122. Thor was an unstable asshole.

    EOL.

  123. p, he was cool for a while at first, I think that bears remembering.

    Yea, I remember all the cool names he used to call me, and the other women who comment here.

    I’ll stick with my assessment.

  124. That was when thor first showed up, he was cool for a while at first, I think that bears remembering.

    Yes, he was. Then he went full retard, cubed. I’ve known quite a few people who I thought were awesome at first, and then I found out who they really were.

  125. Treasury and Fed kill the trillion-dollar platinum coin.

    Nobel Laureate hardest hit.

  126. Fun facts on Dodd Frank:
    http://financialservices.house.gov/burdentracker/

    The Financial Services Committee unveiled the Dodd-Frank Burden Tracker, an online resource to help the public keep track of all the new government rules and red tape required by the Dodd-Frank Act.

    Dodd-Frank, passed by Congress in 2010, mandates that government regulators write over 400 new rules and requirements that will be imposed on the private sector. Since the law was signed by President Obama in July 2010, the Dodd-Frank Burden Tracker reveals:
    •regulators have written 224 of the 400 rules;
    •these 224 rules consume 7,365 pages;
    •it will take private sector job-creators 24,180,856 hours every year to comply with these first 224 Dodd-Frank rules.

    The Burden Tracker will be continually updated as more Dodd-Frank rules are written.

  127. Yeah, luckily no white people live like that *eye roll*

    Stupid interwebs died before I could finish my point, Lee.

    Sure lots of whites live that way, and blacks and injuns, too. If I want to be around people who live like savages, I’ll visit my shirt-tail relatives.

  128. I’ve been against tattoos for my ownself because I could never think of anything worthy of the canvas. But now I think I know one I could get:

    A “Don’t Tread on Me” rattlesnake, on the back of my neck.

    Sort of an “unwelcome” mat.

  129. Just for the shits and giggles of it all.

    The by Taranto linked as well* chapter of England and the Need for Nations, in which Scruton expounded on the concept is itself a lark.

    *Pardon the German construction shoehorned in there.

  130. I have considered getting a USDA stamp and “Please store in a cool, dark place” tattooed on my ass, just to get one last laugh from the undertaker on my way out.

  131. I’ve been against tattoos for my ownself because I could never think of anything worthy of the canvas. But now I think I know one I could get:

    A “Don’t Tread on Me” rattlesnake, on the back of my neck.

    I’m on record as saying I’ll do just that. I think it was Squid who wrote that the rattlesnake is courteous: he gives you warning before he strikes, and let’s you know that you’ve agitated him. I love that imagery.

    To that I’d add, he really isn’t terribly interested in biting through your boot, either. That is, unless you’re fixin’ to put it on his neck.

    I’m proud to have such a creature on my neck. And molon labe on my wrist .

  132. You should try it out in henna first, Jeff. Just to make sure where you want it placed exactly before you commit.

    Me, I’m going with the “no identifying marks” school of thought.

  133. Me, I’m going with the “no identifying marks” school of thought.

    I don’t blame you, honestly. But there’s also the reward of ready identification by friendlies, just as there’s the chance that double agents will try to mark themselves in order to infiltrate.

    Me, I’m a fucking honey badger. And honey badger don’t give a shit.

  134. If you get a neck tattoo, I think BH will turn Japanese Sicilian Jeff.

    I really think so!

  135. I figure we’ll need double agents as well. I’m your gal.

    Seconded on the bh going Sicilian. It won’t be pretty.

  136. Here is how you do it, written out in three inch letters around the neck.

    I love the song too…

  137. Jeff, I’d missed the details of the tat you decided to get, but obviously I approve.

    My wife is somewhat less enthusiastic…

  138. Zonoes !

    We frogot ‘zono !!!

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