Past Imperfect

Past Imperfect – #254


Typical Male Behavior: They love their swords, but they really don’t know how to use them properly. 



Note: This is Exhibit #21 in Bonnywood’s March Madness. Details found here.


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  1. Curly hair, pointy sideburns, frilly shirts, tight pants, a cluttered strip or piste (thanks, Wikipedia!), and a bunch of weapons hanging on the wall that would be far more useful than the sabres they are using if only some fool hadn’t welded them all together into one unsightly clump of metal. That’s all I’ve got tonight. J.

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    • I have it on good authority that most of the staff at Castle Dondelahoyavegacarumba refused to put up with the workplace violence after this scene was filmed and they walked off the set. Of course, they were immediately arrested as traitors, thrown into dank cells that smelled like regret and poor hygiene, but at least they had their brief moment in the Norma Rae sun…

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  2. Is that an early model of Starlink? Are either of these men related to Elon Musk?

    My Muse just quit☹ She said I never listen and she can’t work with me. That’s the 3rd Muse to leave this week. My astrologer told me I should let my creative side go silent… perhaps he was right🤷🏼‍♀️

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    • It very well COULD be a preliminary prototype of Starlink. I’ll try to connect to it after I finish going through my email…. 😉

      There has been a LONG stream of muses here at Bonnywood. As with society in general, some of them are good, some of them are terrible, and most of them do just to barely enough to keep getting a paycheck…

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