I have been moved, thank you.
One of these days, there will be a child in a classroom with a prosthetic limb, teasing the other kids for having dumb old normal limbs that aren't half as good as his/her prosthetic.Jim
She is a wonderful speaker and a great motivator. Breda, I can see you doing this with just as much enthusiam and passion.Toni
Breda - Besides being a great-looking lady, you are posting wonderful things. This is certainly one of the best (and by the way something to consider regarding wounded vets). This attractive girl has made some great points. Thank you for bringing this to us, and keep up the good work. Best Wishes: Ron
Outstanding! And yes, we CAN do anything!
A most profound post, Breda. Transhumanism is upon us today, and the Technological Singularity is within reach. We WILL recreate ourselves into post-humanity.
Yet another devastatingly lovely woman, totally out of MY league....
Do you think Mike could handle you at 6'1".
So what's her disability? That GARGANTUAN ring?
IT'S NOT FAIR! How cool is that? She makes me grin and cry.
I LOL'd at the Pam Anderson remark. I'd say Ms. Anderson's disability lies in the mental, rather than the physical. It's a bit strange...I have defined myself as a 'leg-man' in the past, I looove me some fine stalks. But ask me which I'd rather have on my arm, some 4-B airhead (that is, Bleached Blonde Bimbo with a Boob-job), or this witty, beautiful lady. No contest.Other speculation: how about a 'gun-leg'? (just please not that abominable mini-gun from that terrible movie). Also, I think neon would be cool, or the fiber-optic stalks that change color. My only fear is that they'd be used for advertising...ugh! The wooden boot ones she showed were quite cool, too!!
I can see Breda with a cape.No S required
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