1. Ann-Kristine Westwood says:

    Groovy. Totally fab and groovy. ( loving the shoes, Max. )

  2. not_me says:

    What the heck? Are you morphing the features of one with the features of the other?

  3. stu lo says:

    Hello, kinda new here and Y’all seem like the best couple, how did you meet?

    *Also would You both Please address the u.s. banks current stance that if You respond to their mailing that You pre-qualify for a reduction on Your home mortgage You’ll ultimately be informed that the only pertinent qualification necessary TO LOWER the rate is too prove that one has INCREASED their INCOME. (Just to be clear I was told I do not qualify to lower My rate because my income is to low, Is this what Max means when stating that the u.s. does not practice economics?)

  4. Dustbowl Daze says:

    If they did their hair like this for the Keiser Report, I would ROFLMAO.

  5. SilverPorno says:

    Hahaha! That look really suits them. Excellent WB7!

  6. Non-Compassionate Liberal says:

    Stacy, you got better looking with age.

  7. Nathan el Corochio says:

    Did you have to widen Stacy’s face to fit it in the picture. thats some poor photoshop right there wb7.

  8. snoop diddy says:

    Max is wishing he had a shirt like that!

  9. JailBanksters says:

    Groovy Baby, Yeah
    Shall we shag now or shag later?
    Do I make you horny Baby, Yeah?

  10. WorldWarMe says:

    machine gun jubblies! how’d i miss those?

  11. williambanzai7 says:

    @Nathan El C Actually, I do precisely the opposite. I paste the face on so as not to distort features, then I cut, paste and adjust the hair over it. I don’t always spend an hour fully doctoring an image and the tell tale clue in this instance is the tone mismatch under Stacy’s chin. I matched the facial tone with the leg and did not readjust the neck.

    Glad you like it.

  12. Bev says:

    Just like e-voting and anything on a computer…

    Just in case you have not seen the link at Jesses Cafe:

    Brace yourselves, you won’t like this, but you could have predicted the vulnerability:

    Who needs the FDIC? $250,000 Bitcoin heist leaves virtual currency exchange safe empty

    Hackers took off with $250,000 worth of Bitcoins from the Bitfloor currency exchange, leaving the site’s reserves tapped and users wondering how to get their money back.

    The new online currency Bitcoin has always been proud of its lack of government oversight. But that might be a less touted feature now that Bitfloor, the currency-trading environment for Bitcoin, has been robbed.

    Bitfloor founder Roman Shtylman posted an open letter on the Bitcoin forums admitting that: “Last night, a few of our servers were compromised. As a result, the attacker gained accesses to an unencrypted backup of the wallet keys… This attack took the vast majority of the coins Bitfloor was holding on hand.” A later update stated that the hackers transferred 24,000 Bitcoins — around $250,000 in U.S. currency — to an unknown location, clearing out all of Bitfloor’s virtual cash reserves.

    Shtylman promises to personally pay back users who’ve lost their Bitcoins. But considering that he’s currently being sued by users who say he never repaid the money lost in a previous security breach, it remains to be seen whether his promises are worth the paper they aren’t printed on. The repayment promise is also a little dubious when the value of Bitcoins has been up and down more than a yo-yo on a roller coaster. In the last 18 months, a Bitcoin went from being worth $15, to $3, to a few cents, to today’s $10 value. So 24,000 Bitcoins tomorrow could have a very different value from 24,000 Bitcoins today, leaving even repaid users very unhappy.

    Read more:

  13. SilverMarks says:

    Nice 🙂 WB7

    The Secret Service seems to be a little busy with Mitt Romney right now…

    Secret Service probing claim of Romney taxes theft

    maybe they will get around to figuring out the culprits of the Bitcoin theft(s)… doubt it, since it is not Cartel Money.

    United States Secret Service

  14. Sophie says:


    From death to life
    I pass, imperceptible seam of sorrow,
    Stitches fade like an old scar, whitened
    Bleach of bone. Awaken like the morning
    Glory, vine curled warmth touch fingers
    Of golden honey cast freely. New the day-spun

    Fragrant rose, cupped blessing, chaliced
    Innocent purity. And the rain falls gentle, asking
    Nothing, gift of giver dawn incarnate. Silent now
    The watched one trebles silk and wing. Shaft-hard
    The sun angles shadow on the soil-turned day.

    Knole Park