T. H. Sister, ‘Woman of Mystery‘…

…has the con.

Stand by.
*Ed. Note* THS forgets that tho ole Bingley is on the road again, I still have access from work and home.

UPDATE: Get back to work, you little PUKE !!!

11 Responses to “T. H. Sister, ‘Woman of Mystery‘…”

  1. The Real JeffS says:

    I dunno, THS. That’s a fine image there, and we all know you have the helm. And a fine hand at the helm it will be!
    But you might remember what happened to Mata Hari in the end……

  2. The Real JeffS says:

    Had to go look for the right image for you. She is a fictional character, but she is a lean and mean!
    Besides, the image has all those neat ‘sploding space ships and all. Cool, huh?

  3. Ken Summers says:

    Sis, have you been feeding info to the krauts again?

  4. Cullen says:

    As long as the krauts keep providing us beer, we’ll keep giving them CNN.

  5. JeffS, wowsahs!!! I love her! Very competent looking, eyepatch and all. Reminds me of my favorite line in a horrible movie (Sky Captain blahblahblah):
    “Leave that to me.”
    And I am a tragic figure, in keeping with the whole ‘Woman of Mystery’ theme. Makes men want to save me and I make them my slaves
    BHUUWAhahahahaha! BHUUWAhahahahaha!
    Mr. Summers, how wude.
    I never kiss and tell.

  6. Dave J says:

    THS, you’ve never heard of Honor Harrington before? I’m actually surprised. I love those books, though I’m glad Angelina Jolie playing someone so similar on the surface probably rules her out for a movie or TV series: Honor isn’t a campy caricature.

  7. The Real JeffS says:

    Great, THS! Glad you like it.
    And I did find a suitable image of Mr. Bingley as well.

  8. Bwahahaha! That’s how big he thinks his brain is anyway!

  9. Ken Summers says:

    Now Jeff, you should know very well, despite Sis’s protestations to the contrary, that Bingley is actually a rather handsome fellow, albeit rather foppish and a bit sissified. But he certainly has a way with the ladies.

  10. I’ll admit he has good teeth.

  11. The Real JeffS says:

    Yes, Ken, but I selected a science fiction theme for THS, and I could hardly do less for Mr. Bingley, now, could I? Hmmmmm? Could I????
    Dave J — I’ve read the entire series while over here (God bless Amazon.com). Good stuff. I enjoy science fiction, but military science fiction is way cool!
    But if you read that Wikipedia entry on Honor Harrington that I linked to THS (down under “Honor Harrington in other media”), you’ll see this quote:
    It has been noted that the character played by Angelina Jolie in the 2004 film Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
    bears a striking resemblance to Honor Harrington as she is often depicted on the covers of the Baen paperbacks, right down to her military garb and the eyepatch which she wears in later books.

    I’m with you on Honor not being campy; Angelina Jolie would suck playing that role.

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