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Theodore Cruz
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Teen Strip Pose

Teen brunette is arrested by an LP officer for walking out of the store with a camera that does not match her receipt.The officer conducts a strip search and he tells then that he wont call the cops if he can fuck her tight pussy in return.

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Petite teen is arrested by an LP officer because she attempts to steal beverages in the store.The officer conducts a strip search and he then tells her he wont call the cop if she sucks his dick and lets him fuck her tight pussy.

Teen blonde suspected of theft is tied up by LP officer in the office.The officer conducts a strip and cavity search.After searching,the officer tells her that he wont call the cops if she can make him happy.The officer starts fucking her tight pussy

Ingrid and I went into a small forest and she relaxed on a carpet on the grass, posing for me and stripping naked outside. It was a very nice day and she felt very good being naked outside. 1280 SDG90

Texas Ballet Beauty Kaylee Heart loves water on her bare box after stripping off her clothes while posing in her back yard for all to see! Full video at, where Erotic Art Goes Hardcore!

Robert Walker, 43, of 164th Street was ordered to serve between 1 1/2 and 4 1/2 years behind bars after pleading guilty last month to first-degree disseminating indecent material to minors.According to Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown, Walker allegedly engaged in a video chat with a 15-year-old boy on April 22, 2014, and instructed him to strip and pose naked. He then told the youth to send him nude pictures of himself.

I have been reading through anthologies of the marvelously surreal old comic strip KRAZY KAT by George Herriman lately. Anyone who has missed this minimalist masterpiece concerning an ambiguously gendered cat who craves for scraggly mouse Ignatz to throw bricks at his/her head as a substitute for sex should run, not walk, to their laptop to order a book from Amazon.

The strip ran from the teens into the forties, and Herriman had his characters speaking in a stylized amalgam of highfalutin, Ellis Island, and New York bridge-and-tunnel. Ignatz Mouse (or "Ignatz Mice" as Krazy called him) leans towards the latter.

Now, that HEY initially seems a little clumsy. Try saying that line out loud. We imagine HMM or EY rather than HEY. The HEY seems simply unnatural, neither elegant, nor "Yiddische," nor "slangy," but just odd. One encounters that use of HEY in various stone-age American comic strips and vaguely senses that, for example, the artists back then just didn't quite know how to write realistic dialogue.

In one episode of the show in the late forties, for reasons I won't bother readers by recounting, Lucy has to pose as a gum-popping gal from Brooklyn. Her characterization includes postposing HEY to every second sentence: WHY DON'T WE MEET DOWN AT THE STATION, HEY? IT WAS THE ONLY WAY I COULD FIND IT, HEY. Again, the HEY has no accent. It wasn't "DOWN AT THE STATION -- HEY!!!!" Instead, "..STATION, HEY" had the melody of "OVERCOAT."

I (born 1965, and having especial occasion to hear vernacular Brooklynese daily in 1986 and 1987) have never heard anyone use HEY in this way. But it is so peculiar that one assumes that the writers based it on some kind of reality. Between Ignatz and Lucy, I hypothesize that in America before about 1950, vernacular speech in, at least, New York City included a use of HEY as a pragmatic marker in a way quite similar to the way baggy-pants teens are today using YO!

4. On May 4, two of the four students who were killed had participated in the demonstration and may have at some point thrown rocks at the soldiers. The other two (an ROTC student and a coed carrying books to class) were strictly bystanders. The Justice Department concluded that because all four fatalities were located more than 300 feet from the firing soldiers, none were "in a position to pose even a remote danger to the National Guard at the time of the firing." -- WILLIAM A. GORDON, AUTHOR, "THE FOURTH OF MAY: KILLINGS AND COVER-UPS AT KENT STATE" (PROMETHEUS BOOKS, 1990)

DEAR G. TAYLOR AND THE FOURTH-GRADE CLASS: According to the Association of Watch and Clock Collectors (Columbia, Pa.), the clock industry has been using that setting since the 1850s to illustrate sales catalogs. Their spokesperson said it is not true that the clocks are set to commemorate the bombing of Hiroshima -- or the time that President Lincoln was supposed to have been shot, either.

What teen-agers need to know about sex, drugs, AIDS, and getting along with their peers and parents is now in Abby's updated, expanded booklet, "What Every Teen Should Know." To order, send a long, business-size, self-addressed envelope, plus check or money order for $3.95 ($4.50 in Canada) to: Dear Abby, Teen Booklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, Ill. 61054. (Postage is included.)

In this file photo from Disneyland, Walt Disney poses with the first two visitors, Michael Schwartner, 7, left, and Christine Vess, 5, right, on the park's opening day at Disneyland in 1955, in Anaheim, Calif. associated press Guests ride Disneyland's "Space Mountain" attraction in Anaheim, Calif. ... [Read More...] 041b061a72


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