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Posted: 1/15/2006 5:01:03 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/15/2006 5:03:10 PM EDT by WMW]
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:02:24 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/15/2006 5:07:48 PM EDT by Redcap]
Nope. And I don't care who it is, either.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:03:31 PM EDT
I'd hit it.

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With a Mac truck.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:03:36 PM EDT
I like how she is hanging by the bail bonds place
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:03:58 PM EDT
Maybe. She doesn't look too happy though.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:04:30 PM EDT

Originally Posted By enigma2y0u:
I like how she is hanging by the bail bonds place




That's because she was a bounty hunter.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:04:56 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/15/2006 5:05:28 PM EDT by npd233]
No idea. but that ammo won't fit in either one of those guns.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:05:04 PM EDT
Where's the belt-fed?
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:05:10 PM EDT
Nope, but thats typical for me
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:07:22 PM EDT
Okay, here is the answer - it's Domino Harvey.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:08:54 PM EDT

Originally Posted By WMW:
Okay, here is the answer - it's Domino Harvey.



Stupid Hollywood film "about" her out now too.



efxguy
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:09:39 PM EDT

Originally Posted By WMW:
Okay, here is the answer - it's Domino Harvey.

who?
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:10:53 PM EDT
she's pretty fugly, so she's probably gonna be on "Dog The Bounty Hunter"
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:11:03 PM EDT
Whats a Domino Harvey?
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:12:59 PM EDT
She lived an exciting life though. Daughter to a British actor and Vogue model, she grew up to be a model herself and then went to do what she loved best, catching criminals in South Los Angeles as a bounty hunter, bringing in over 50 fugitives before her death at 35.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:13:31 PM EDT
A methhead?

Eric
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:13:35 PM EDT

Originally Posted By WMW:

Originally Posted By enigma2y0u:
I like how she is hanging by the bail bonds place




That's because she was a bounty hunter.



Well shit, I feel like a horses ass for not knowing.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:15:46 PM EDT

Originally Posted By enigma2y0u:

Originally Posted By WMW:

Originally Posted By enigma2y0u:
I like how she is hanging by the bail bonds place




That's because she was a bounty hunter.



Well shit, I feel like a horses ass for not knowing. hr



That's okay.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:17:12 PM EDT
And the point? If you knew, then why'd you ask?
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:18:18 PM EDT
I didn't know anything about her until the movie "Domino" came out. The story about the real Domino is pretty cool - the way she lived her life I mean.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:19:08 PM EDT

Originally Posted By WMW:
She lived an exciting life though. Daughter to a British actor and Vogue model, she grew up to be a model herself and then went to do what she loved best, catching criminals in South Los Angeles as a bounty hunter, bringing in over 50 fugitives before her death at 35.



What happened to her?
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:22:10 PM EDT
Yeah, so how'd she die?
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:23:48 PM EDT

Originally Posted By desertmoon:

Originally Posted By WMW:
She lived an exciting life though. Daughter to a British actor and Vogue model, she grew up to be a model herself and then went to do what she loved best, catching criminals in South Los Angeles as a bounty hunter, bringing in over 50 fugitives before her death at 35.



What happened to her?




Domino Harvey


Domino Harvey, a former model and bounty hunter, died on June 27 from an accidental overdose. She was 35.

Born in Belgravia, Harvey was the daughter of British actor Laurence Harvey ("The Manchurian Candidate") and Vogue model Pauline Stone. Despite her glamorous upbringing, she was a tomboy at heart who preferred playing with weapons to dressing up dolls. After being expelled from four public schools for fighting with boys, Harvey spent her teens strutting up and down the London catwalks as a model for the prestigious Ford agency.

At 19, Harvey moved to California to find her place in the world. She ran a nightclub, did some gigs as a DJ, labored as a ranch hand and even worked as a firefighter. Dangerous situations jacked her up almost as much as heroin, her drug of choice. This passion for peril also led to a new career: bounty hunter.

In 1993, Harvey became a bail recovery agent for the Celes King Bail Bonds Agency in South Central Los Angeles. Although her pickups were usually small-time drug dealers and addicts, she helped arrest the leader of one of the city's most violent gangs.

When Harvey checked into a Hawaiian rehabilitation clinic in 1997, she weighed less than 100 pounds. That same year, she sold the rights to her life story for approximately $46,000. Harvey had reportedly kicked her drug habit, but was recently arrested in Mississippi and charged with conspiracy to distribute drugs, possession, trafficking and racketeering. At the time of her death, she was under house arrest pending trial, and facing a possible life sentence in prison.

"Domino," an action-filled biopic loosely based on Harvey's life and starring Keira Knightly, is scheduled for release in theaters this fall. One of Harvey's original songs will be played during the film's opening credits.

“Domino never failed to surprise or inspire me over the last 12 years. She was a free spirit like no other I have ever known," said Tony Scott, director of "Domino."



www.blogofdeath.com/archives/001449.html
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:26:19 PM EDT
Your choice.. You poison your body, and you die... I have no sympathy.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:27:34 PM EDT
Damn, those models and their smack.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:28:41 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/15/2006 5:30:19 PM EDT by EPOCH96]


BUT, I wouldn't post a link of her nak'd with those guns... No sir, no way!

EPOCH
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:29:09 PM EDT
(Quoted)

At 20, she moved to L.A. and into her mother's house in the Hollywood Hills. Two people who knew her then said her drug problem quickly landed her in rehab. By 1992, she was building a new life in San Diego.

Just as her father had, she began to create an image for herself. "He came across as a very fey, elegant dandy. In fact, he was anything but," said Domino's godfather, Peter Evans, a British journalist and author. "He eventually became what he had created. I think that quality — that complete remake — was in Domino."

She worked briefly as a ranch hand, then became a volunteer firefighter at the Boulevard Fire & Rescue company near the Mexican border. "She said she loved rescuing people," said one of her defense attorneys, Michael Mayock.

Two years later, she returned to L.A. intent on becoming a firefighter but was rejected by the Los Angeles Fire Department. She took courses as an emergency medical technician but never found work as a paramedic.

After reading about a two-week, $300 class for bail enforcement agents, Harvey decided to become a bounty hunter.

Martinez, a Vietnam veteran and gang member turned bounty hunter, was the teacher.

"She was young — maybe 22 or 23 at the time — tough and blond," he recalled. "She had on camouflage pants and a camo tank top and a big knife on her belt. She stood out."

Martinez introduced her to his boss, Celes King III, a legendary bail bondsman and civil rights activist who ran the Celes King Bail Bond agency in South Los Angeles. As Martinez's partner, Harvey embarked on a high-risk career as one of the only female bounty hunters of the time.

Harvey helped captured about 50 fugitives, Martinez said. He remembered 10 of those as "dangerous situations." Their work often took them out of state. He said Harvey took part in an armed stand-off in Texas, among other tense situations. In addition to her shotgun, she carried a 9-millimenter Browning pistol.

"She had money. She could afford good guns," Martinez said.

And she continued to use drugs on the job.

"Mostly coke, sometimes speed," Martinez said. "I did heroin with her occasionally. There was so much opportunity. You break down the door, arrest someone, they've got drugs. Well, you're going to get paid there too."

Again and again, Harvey tried to kick her habit. She became friends with Steve Jones, lead guitarist of the punk rock group the Sex Pistols — and a former junkie and alcoholic who has been drug free for almost 20 years. A mutual acquaintance had asked the rocker to help her.

Jones remembers hiking in the Santa Monica Mountains with Harvey one afternoon about 10 years ago when she collapsed. He attributed it to a drug reaction. "I was very angry actually ... I had asked her beforehand and she had sworn to me she was straight."

Beneath the tough exterior, Jones saw an insecure woman. "She was very shy and didn't have a lot of social skills," Jones said. "Whenever I took her out to meet friends, she wouldn't talk."
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:29:21 PM EDT

Originally Posted By EPOCH96:
img.photobucket.com/albums/v216/Jbays/hit_condit.jpg


LOL.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:29:46 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Wobblin-Goblin:

Originally Posted By EPOCH96:
img.photobucket.com/albums/v216/Jbays/hit_condit.jpg


LOL.



Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:31:52 PM EDT

Originally Posted By WMW:
I didn't know anything about her until the movie "Domino" came out. The story about the real Domino is pretty cool - the way she lived her life I mean.



Yeah , A spoiled rich kid that ended up a methead/dealer that was facing
prison so she killed herself with an overdose of fentanyl

Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:33:41 PM EDT
The movie wasn't bad. Keira Knightley, as usual, was way too hot for the part she was playing.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:34:55 PM EDT

Originally Posted By GabbasaurusRex:
The movie wasn't bad. Keira Knightley, as usual, was way too hot for the part she was playing.



KK. mmm


http://img14.imageshack.us/img14/3206/wallpaper18002ih.jpg
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:38:21 PM EDT
Definitely a lesbian.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:40:02 PM EDT
More pics.

http://img14.imageshack.us/img14/6986/dominoglasses6rd.jpg


http://img14.imageshack.us/img14/2066/dominohat1yw.jpg


She looks a little like a young Jenny Agutter in the second photo.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:49:01 PM EDT

Originally Posted By WMW:
After reading about a two-week, $300 class for bail enforcement agents, Harvey decided to become a bounty hunter.







Martinez, a Vietnam veteran and gang member turned bounty hunter, was the teacher.







"She was young — maybe 22 or 23 at the time — tough and blond," he recalled. "She had on camouflage pants and a camo tank top and a big knife on her belt. She stood out."







Martinez introduced her to his boss, Celes King III, a legendary bail bondsman and civil rights activist who ran the Celes King Bail Bond agency in South Los Angeles. As Martinez's partner, Harvey embarked on a high-risk career as one of the only female bounty hunters of the time.

Harvey helped captured about 50 fugitives, Martinez said. He remembered 10 of those as "dangerous situations." Their work often took them out of state. He said Harvey took part in an armed stand-off in Texas, among other tense situations. In addition to her shotgun, she carried a 9-millimenter Browning pistol.

"She had money. She could afford good guns," Martinez said.

And she continued to use drugs on the job.

"Mostly coke, sometimes speed," Martinez said. "I did heroin with her occasionally. There was so much opportunity. You break down the door, arrest someone, they've got drugs. Well, you're going to get paid there too."






It's so pathetic that it's funny.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:52:00 PM EDT
It's not really pathetic. The difference between the junkies and pushers and the people who catch them may not be so great; after all it's real life with flawed people, not good guys and bad guys in a movie.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:56:54 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/15/2006 5:57:15 PM EDT by DK-Prof]

Originally Posted By WMW:
It's not really pathetic. The difference between the junkies and pushers and the people who catch them may not be so great; after all it's real life with flawed people, not good guys and bad guys in a movie.





I guess we'll just have to disagree. An unstable armed junkie playing "billy badass bounty hunter" and stealing heroin seems pretty "bad guy" to me.

Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:58:04 PM EDT

Originally Posted By WMW:
It's not really pathetic. The difference between the junkies and pushers and the people who catch them may not be so great; after all it's real life with flawed people, not good guys and bad guys in a movie.




Wow. Your role models sure do suck. I help catch the junkies and pushers, and I've never even done so much as a joint. I don't look like a thug, and I don't act like a thug. She got what was coming to her, and I have not a shred of sympathy for her. I've never seen one of "the good guys" doing heroin.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 6:00:20 PM EDT

Originally Posted By DK-Prof:

Originally Posted By WMW:
It's not really pathetic. The difference between the junkies and pushers and the people who catch them may not be so great; after all it's real life with flawed people, not good guys and bad guys in a movie.





I guess we'll just have to disagree. An unstable armed junkie playing "billy badass bounty hunter" and stealing heroin seems pretty "bad guy" to me. hinking.gif




I never said she should be admired for taking drugs, but for her going out there and taking life by the horns. She became a bounty hunter in one of the toughest areas of the county - I can safely say she wasn't playing billy badass bounty hunter.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 6:05:19 PM EDT
I think she had moxie. Drug induced moxie, perhaps, but moxie nonetheless.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 6:05:41 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/15/2006 6:05:58 PM EDT by DK-Prof]

Originally Posted By WMW:

Originally Posted By DK-Prof:

Originally Posted By WMW:
It's not really pathetic. The difference between the junkies and pushers and the people who catch them may not be so great; after all it's real life with flawed people, not good guys and bad guys in a movie.





I guess we'll just have to disagree. An unstable armed junkie playing "billy badass bounty hunter" and stealing heroin seems pretty "bad guy" to me.




I never said she should be admired for taking drugs, but for her going out there and taking life by the horns. She became a bounty hunter in one of the toughest areas of the county - I can safely say she wasn't playing billy badass bounty hunter.



Taking life by the horns


She was a CRIMINAL ! And she was leading a self-destructive, self-indulgent life. Nothing admirable about that.

The fact that she was hiding behind a fake $300 badge and making money off turning in other criminals doesn't change that. Note that the 2-week bounty-hunter class was taught by a criminal junkie as well.


And showing up to a fake $300 class to become a "bounty hunter" wearing camo and a huge knife SCREAMS billy badass. She sounds like the kind of person that real professional (like the U.S. marshall service) laugh at - right before they arrest her and throw her skanky junkie ass in jail.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 6:06:23 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/16/2006 1:46:18 AM EDT by PocketG]




Link Posted: 1/15/2006 6:06:30 PM EDT

Originally Posted By EPOCH96:
img.photobucket.com/albums/v216/Jbays/hit_dale.jpg

BUT, I wouldn't post a link of her nak'd with those guns... No sir, no way!

EPOCH



My God!!! Now THAT is timeless!!!!
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 6:08:23 PM EDT

Originally Posted By DK-Prof:

Originally Posted By WMW:

Originally Posted By DK-Prof:

Originally Posted By WMW:
It's not really pathetic. The difference between the junkies and pushers and the people who catch them may not be so great; after all it's real life with flawed people, not good guys and bad guys in a movie.





I guess we'll just have to disagree. An unstable armed junkie playing "billy badass bounty hunter" and stealing heroin seems pretty "bad guy" to me. hinking.gif




I never said she should be admired for taking drugs, but for her going out there and taking life by the horns. She became a bounty hunter in one of the toughest areas of the county - I can safely say she wasn't playing billy badass bounty hunter.



Taking life by the horns he
The fact that she was hiding behind a fake $300 badge and making money off turning in other criminals doesn't change that. Note that the 2-week bounty-hunter class was taught by a criminal junkie as well. hinking.gif


And showing up to a fake $300 class to become a "bounty hunter" wearing camo and a huge knife SCREAMS billy badass. he




Okay, but you sound like you are getting too worked up about this.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 6:09:33 PM EDT

Originally Posted By shop_rat45:
I'd hit it.

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With a Mac truck.




+1 thats great
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 6:12:15 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/15/2006 6:12:40 PM EDT by DK-Prof]

Originally Posted By WMW:

Originally Posted By DK-Prof:

Taking life by the horns


She was a CRIMINAL ! And she was leading a self-destructive, self-indulgent life. Nothing admirable about that.

The fact that she was hiding behind a fake $300 badge and making money off turning in other criminals doesn't change that. Note that the 2-week bounty-hunter class was taught by a criminal junkie as well.


And showing up to a fake $300 class to become a "bounty hunter" wearing camo and a huge knife SCREAMS billy badass. She sounds like the kind of person that real professional (like the U.S. marshall service) laugh at - right before they arrest her and throw her skanky junkie ass in jail.




Okay, but you sound like you are getting too worked up about this.




Thanks for your concern for my health , but this is entertainement for me, and a break from work (which I really should get back to anyway).

You can admire her all you want - no skin off my back - I'm just explaining why in my book, she sounded pathetic.

Link Posted: 1/15/2006 6:23:41 PM EDT
It sounds like WMW has a crush...

btw, I have one on Grace Kelly and Gene Tierney, so I understand completely.

'cept for the methhead thing...

Eric
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