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Nice to see that you are appreciative of peoples efforts.
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Ignore the Belgian...

The Yard's finest...





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Nice to see that you are appreciative of peoples efforts.

I'm not Conne, but that scene in National Treasure where she and John Voight jumped over a cavern cliff in the ancient tomb revealing partial bewbage = priceless.
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Fuuma is British?


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Fuuma is British? * * *
Ha..ha... That's Ian Brown., one time lead singer of The Stone Roses. A 'Hard Dandy' look...
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Fuck, I wanted to be Lewis Collins when I was a kid, just after my Starsky phase. Quite a cool look,
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Fuck, I wanted to be Lewis Collins when I was a kid, just after my Starsky phase.

Quite a cool look,


I still want to be Bodie. But I couldnt find the opening sequence pic of him in cream odd jacket and dark brown flares, and I don't think I could carry them off.

As for the Equalizer, I challenge anyone to find a pic of a man looking natural, wearing a double-cuffed shirt and suit with a watch chain in the breast pocket, while firing an Uzi - even if with an excessively bladed stance and elbows too high.
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