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Nice Toon! You seemed to lay off your older exaggeration of the mammaries, but great hair. Reminds me of a female version of 'Linc' of the Mod Squad! Hepburn new where her bread was buttered!

John Cox:

Hey Cowboy

I thought the quote to be ironic, taking into account her own considerable charms. It wasn't like she was Bella Abzug, or anything.


I read the quote and immediately thought of Firefall's "You Are the Woman:"

You are the woman that I've always dreamed of
I knew it from the start
I saw your face [without the shades] and that's the last I've seen of my heart


"... The beauty of a woman is seen in her eyes, because that is the doorway to her heart, the place where love resides. True beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul. It’s the caring that she lovingly gives, the passion that she shows and the beauty of a woman only grows with passing years.” - A. H.

The gist of what she was saying is, "Animal attraction isn't everything." Favoring the visual in deference to the mental & spiritual can lead to [avoidable] lifelong headaches/heartaches (which I'm sure everybody here already knows).


Them big ol' breasteses look plenty exaggerated to me (which is OK, but I'm indifferent to; to me size matters not). The giant 'fro just deemphasizes them.

My first thought [at the illustration] was Cindy Blackman--underrated drummer, seems to have a sweet spirit, & easy on the eyes. I'd like to hear her play in an old school trio.


Bella Abzug! Wow - there's a memory: fitting name for a congresswoman who had the build (and the charm) of a Soviet T-34/85 tank.

John Cox:


Good eye. Thx

Doc Al:

She weighed 100 pounds
She was 5 feet tall
Her hair was round
Like a bowling ball

John Cox:


Hee hee.


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