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Posted: 5/8/2003 4:26:34 AM EDT

A model displays 'Oh-Edo Bra' developed to mark the 400th anniversary of Edo shogunate by lingerie manufacturer Triumph International Japan, during its 2003 Autumn/Winter collection in Tokyo May 7, 2003. The brassiere features embroidery depicting 400-year-old Edo castle on its cups and 38 crystalline pieces embedded across the straps and cups' outlines representing Tokyo's new subway route. Triumph says the bra was created to rediscover old and new Tokyo and added that it is not for sale. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao


Heather Lowry, president of Checkpoint Mailers Inc., stands by one of the company's drop boxes at Charlotte-Douglas International Airport in Charlotte, N.C., Tuesday, May 6, 2003. Before Checkpoint Mailers, when airline passengers found out at airport security they were carrying banned items, there were only two options: walking all they way back to their car or surrendering the items to security and never seeing them again. Now, for a $6 fee for U.S. destinations and $12 for international, passengerscan place the items in a CheckPoint Mailers secured dropbox and have them mailed back to them. The company currently has dropboxes in the Charlotte and Raleigh, N.C. airports and expects to be in about 40 airports by year end. (AP Photo/Erik Perel)


Joan Dangerfield leans over to kiss her husband, comedian Rodney Dangerfield, during a news conference at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, Wednesday, May 7, 2003. In early April, Rodney Dangerfield underwent brain surgery to increase his blood flow in preparation for upcoming heart valve replacement surgery. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)


Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) officer Vincent Deglinnocenti smiles at the reaction of Iraqi police as he displays a tattoo during joint exercises in the holy city of Kerbala, 110kms south of Baghdad, May 7, 2003. Five police officers, reservists with the U.S. Marines, have begun training the local law enforcement in riot control tactics. REUTERS/Petr Josek


Members of a mobile exploitation team examine a suspected mobile biological weapons facility that was recovered by U.S. Forces in northern Iraq in late April, 2003. American forces in Iraq are doing tests on the trailer that matches the description of a mobile biological weapons lab given by various sources including defectors, the Pentagon said Wednesday, May 7, 2003. It was the first time the Defense Department has announced it might have evidence of the sort of prohibited unconventional weapons program that it said justified forcibly disarming Saddam Hussein (AP Photo/Dept. of Defense)


Ted Winnen poses with the massive grizzly he shot to death in October,2001, in Hinchinbrook Island in the heart of Prince William Sound, Alaska, in this October, 2001 file photo. The grizzly has taken on mythical proportions since it was killed 19 months ago. The U.S. Forest Service in Juneau is still receiving a steady stream of e-mails from all over the world from people asking if the legend is true. The grizzly measured 10 feet, 6 inches from nose to tail. An Alaska master guide estimated the bear's weight at up to 1,200 pounds. (AP Photo/Jim Urban, File)


A man who identified himself as Dave works on a needle in a back alley in Vancouver, B.C., downtown Eastside, Saturday, May, 3, 2003. A police crackdown on pushers in downtown Vancouver is causing more harm than good for the neighborhood's AIDS and hepatitis epidemic, according to a Human Rights Watch report and local addicts, activists and health care workers. (AP Photo/Canadian Press, Richard Lam)


An alleged drug lord carrying identification in the name of Adelio Lopez Falcon lies dead on a restaurant table Tuesday May 6, 2003 as a police officer works on the crime scene. Police believe he was Eudelio Lopez Falcon, alias ``El Yeyo,'' a reputed drug smuggler and hit man for the Juarez and Gulf cartels, according to a spokesman for the attorney general in Jalisco state. Police suspect Lopez Falcon's base of operations was Miguel Angel, a small Texas border crossing. They say he employed a network of smugglers and gunmen to help both gangs sneak narcotics into the United States and to attack anti-drug officers and investigators. (AP Photo)
Link Posted: 5/8/2003 5:00:13 AM EDT
Great pics, thanks JR
Link Posted: 5/8/2003 5:11:06 AM EDT
Wow, right in the ear.  

Link Posted: 5/8/2003 12:13:05 PM EDT
I hope they didnt have to throw his food out.

Notice he did leave a tip .
Link Posted: 5/8/2003 12:22:50 PM EDT
Alright. Good Shot. One less piece a shit dirtbag using up our oxygen [kill]
Link Posted: 5/8/2003 12:23:41 PM EDT
Asians are so hot (I know its a dumby) but still lol.

I would like to see that grizzly in the wild if it was truly that large (thats fn huge, it deserves to live kill a black bear)
Link Posted: 5/8/2003 12:32:35 PM EDT
Thanks JR, some bbbbbb-bear huh??
I caught it on the bottom, sooooo........
Link Posted: 5/8/2003 2:40:23 PM EDT
Bump for the night shift.
Link Posted: 5/8/2003 3:53:01 PM EDT
Link Posted: 5/8/2003 4:16:03 PM EDT
Good ones, JR.
Link Posted: 5/8/2003 4:40:42 PM EDT
Asians are so hot (I know its a dumby) but still lol.
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If thats a dummy its the best one I've ever seen! I think she's real bro, the caption says model, not mannequin.

And yea, she is definately hot!

Link Posted: 5/8/2003 4:46:14 PM EDT

Asians are so hot (I know its a dumby) but still lol.
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Yes Asians sure are HOT [^]

Whats dumby mean [>:/]
Link Posted: 5/8/2003 4:56:09 PM EDT
Asians are so hot (I know its a dumby) but still lol.
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If thats a dummy its the best one I've ever seen! I think she's real bro, the caption says model, not mannequin.

And yea, she is definately hot!

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she is definitely not a dummy, and I would have to say, I would hit it [banana] what a hotty! the things I could do to her and for her [naughty]
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