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My 2 year old Billy!:love: (a close second goes to Noy's dog that he shouldda named Mike Singletary)


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I beg to differ JP, my 4th wife wins...

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REF THROWS FLAG...

"PERSONAL FOUL....DUDE CALLING ATTENTION TO HOTTIE CHICKS ATTRIBUTES THAT OVERCOMES HER EYES....UHHHHHH....I'M THE REF AND I CAN'T EVEN TELL YOU WHAT COLOR HER EYES ARE...:laugh:

THERES A HUNDRED MILLION HOTTIES OUT THERE, DUDE. AND YEAH, THEY'RE ALL SMOKIN. YOUR PICTURE, THOUGH, SHOWS SOME STICK FIGURE, SITTIN THERE IN ALL HER GLORY, WITH A 105 YEAR OLD DUDE GLANCING LEFT, WISHING HE DIDNT NEED A PILL TO AWAKE DA JOHNSON.

(YAWN)

HER EYES SUCK, DUDE. DARK, NORMAL EYES. I SEE ALOTTA THOSE EYES IN WAL MART. TARGET.

Judging her eyes against my two year old,

HER EYES SUCK. SHOW ME SOMETHING, DUDE! SHOW ME SOME EYES, HUH? RADIANCE! COLOR!

SAVE THE STICK FIGURES. THEY'RE A DIME A DOZEN.
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REF THROWS FLAG...

"PERSONAL FOUL....DUDE CALLING ATTENTION TO HOTTIE CHICKS ATTRIBUTES THAT OVERCOMES HER EYES....UHHHHHH....I'M THE REF AND I CAN'T EVEN TELL YOU WHAT COLOR HER EYES ARE...:laugh:

THERES A HUNDRED MILLION HOTTIES OUT THERE, DUDE. AND YEAH, THEY'RE ALL SMOKIN. YOUR PICTURE, THOUGH, SHOWS SOME STICK FIGURE, SITTIN THERE IN ALL HER GLORY, WITH A 105 YEAR OLD DUDE GLANCING LEFT, WISHING HE DIDNT NEED A PILL TO AWAKE DA JOHNSON.

(YAWN)

HER EYES SUCK, DUDE. DARK, NORMAL EYES. I SEE ALOTTA THOSE EYES IN WAL MART. TARGET.

Judging her eyes against my two year old,

HER EYES SUCK. SHOW ME SOMETHING, DUDE! SHOW ME SOME EYES, HUH? RADIANCE! COLOR!

SAVE THE STICK FIGURES. THEY'RE A DIME A DOZEN.
:D
:lol:
 

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Those eyes (the little man’’s) are AMAZING! His lashes are to die for, his eyes are compelling. Beautiful child.

The chick is revolting; has bruises on her thighs - - she is just plain nasty. Everything about her screams - ghetto.

If that’s what you consider "hot" man, I am sizzling!
 

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Those eyes (the little man''s) are AMAZING! His lashes are to die for, his eyes are compelling. Beautiful child.

The chick is revolting; has bruises on her thighs - - she is just plain nasty. Everything about her screams - ghetto.

If that's what you consider "hot" man, I am sizzling!

"WORD, G4 BOS."

Still lookin' for some eyes radiance devoid of some stikkfigure crakkwhore.

DOES REAL EYES BEAUTY EXIST IN THIS STIKKFIGURE SOCIETY?

Or does personal attributes haffta contribute BEYOND DA EYES?

DOES MY TWO YEAR OLD REALLY CLAIM THE EYES-BEAUTY-PRIZE?

I'm thinkin' he's winning....TRY AND BEAT THE NATURAL FLUORESCENT BLUE EYES WITH STIKKFIGURE DUDETTES.

Its not appealing.

Nor is it winning.

My two year old trumps the stikkfigure, naturally eyes-beauty speaking.
 

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touchy....no sense of humor? Interestingly, the repliers seem to have looked her over pretty closely (I missed the bruise).

Everyone should post pictures of their little kids and we could have a pedi-beauty-contest poll right here.
 
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My 4 year old's eyes will blaze, when shes in the sun with her soccer shorts on and running in the wind!

I've got one of the next year, where she is posing for her class pic and next to her is this 'boy', who does not look @ the camera. He is standing right next to her and is staring straight at her with a smirk on her face! I've got my eye on that boy!
 

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touchy....no sense of humor? Interestingly, the repliers seem to have looked her over pretty closely (I missed the bruise).

Everyone should post pictures of their little kids and we could have a pedi-beauty-contest poll right here.

:laugh::laugh:

Nah, all good bro.

Ya gotta admit, though, Billy's eyes trump your "fourth wife's" eyes.

Fluorescent blue is always gonna beat s h it brown.:laugh:
 
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touchy....no sense of humor? Interestingly, the repliers seem to have looked her over pretty closely (I missed the bruise).

Everyone should post pictures of their little kids and we could have a pedi-beauty-contest poll right here.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHA

Word.

Wish I had something better to add in the eyes department.

But I don't.

So PEDI BEAUTY CONTEST is what I've got.:laugh:

BUT DA PEDI BEAUTY CONTEST HASNT BEEN TRUMPED.:D
 

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no way, that cant be the same person!!

are you guys kidding me? the noses are off. the nose on the right one is skinnier. the lips are 'fuller' on the right as well.

of course, on the right if that's really her, she's gained more weight and there's been a ton of sun exposure...i cant believe it!
 

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It's an interesting story - I remeber seeing one of those National Geographic Specials on it years ago.

http://www.thaichicagoland.com/2008/10/world-famous-photos.html


Her eyes have captivated the world since she appeared on our cover in 1985. Now we can tell her story.
By Cathy Newman
Photograph by Steve McCurry

She remembers the moment. The photographer took her picture. She remembers her anger. The man was a stranger. She had never been photographed before. Until they met again 17 years later, she had not been photographed since.

The photographer remembers the moment too. The light was soft. The refugee camp in Pakistan was a sea of tents. Inside the school tent he noticed her first. Sensing her shyness, he approached her last. She told him he could take her picture. "I didn't think the photograph of the girl would be different from anything else I shot that day," he recalls of that morning in 1984 spent documenting the ordeal of Afghanistan's refugees.

The portrait by Steve McCurry turned out to be one of those images that sears the heart, and in June 1985 it ran on the cover of this magazine. Her eyes are sea green. They are haunted and haunting, and in them you can read the tragedy of a land drained by war. She became known around National Geographic as the "Afghan girl," and for 17 years no one knew her name.

In January a team from National Geographic Television & Film's EXPLORER brought McCurry to Pakistan to search for the girl with green eyes. They showed her picture around Nasir Bagh, the still standing refugee camp near Peshawar where the photograph had been made. A teacher from the school claimed to know her name. A young woman named Alam Bibi was located in a village nearby, but McCurry decided it wasn't her.

No, said a man who got wind of the search. He knew the girl in the picture. They had lived at the camp together as children. She had returned to Afghanistan years ago, he said, and now lived in the mountains near Tora Bora. He would go get her.

It took three days for her to arrive. Her village is a six-hour drive and three-hour hike across a border that swallows lives. When McCurry saw her walk into the room, he thought to himself: This is her.

Names have power, so let us speak of hers. Her name is Sharbat Gula, and she is Pashtun, that most warlike of Afghan tribes. It is said of the Pashtun that they are only at peace when they are at war, and her eyes—then and now—burn with ferocity. She is 28, perhaps 29, or even 30. No one, not even she, knows for sure. Stories shift like sand in a place where no records exist.
Time and hardship have erased her youth. Her skin looks like leather. The geometry of her jaw has softened. The eyes still glare; that has not softened. "She's had a hard life," said McCurry. "So many here share her story." Consider the numbers. Twenty-three years of war, 1.5 million killed, 3.5 million refugees: This is the story of Afghanistan in the past quarter century.

Now, consider this photograph of a young girl with sea green eyes. Her eyes challenge ours. Most of all, they disturb. We cannot turn away.

"There is not one family that has not eaten the bitterness of war," a young Afghan merchant said in the 1985 National Geographic story that appeared with Sharbat's photograph on the cover. She was a child when her country was caught in the jaws of the Soviet invasion. A carpet of destruction smothered countless villages like hers. She was perhaps six when Soviet bombing killed her parents. By day the sky bled terror. At night the dead were buried. And always, the sound of planes, stabbing her with dread.

"We left Afghanistan because of the fighting," said her brother, Kashar Khan, filling in the narrative of her life. He is a straight line of a man with a raptor face and piercing eyes. "The Russians were everywhere. They were killing people. We had no choice."

Shepherded by their grandmother, he and his four sisters walked to Pakistan. For a week they moved through mountains covered in snow, begging for blankets to keep warm.

"You never knew when the planes would come," he recalled. "We hid in caves."

The journey that began with the loss of their parents and a trek across mountains by foot ended in a refugee camp tent living with strangers.

"Rural people like Sharbat find it difficult to live in the cramped surroundings of a refugee camp," explained Rahimullah Yusufzai, a respected Pakistani journalist who acted as interpreter for McCurry and the television crew. "There is no privacy. You live at the mercy of other people." More than that, you live at the mercy of the politics of other countries. "The Russian invasion destroyed our lives," her brother said.

It is the ongoing tragedy of Afghanistan. Invasion. Resistance. Invasion. Will it ever end? "Each change of government brings hope," said Yusufzai. "Each time, the Afghan people have found themselves betrayed by their leaders and by outsiders professing to be their friends and saviors."

In the mid-1990s, during a lull in the fighting, Sharbat Gula went home to her village in the foothills of mountains veiled by snow. To live in this earthen-colored village at the end of a thread of path means to scratch out an existence, nothing more. There are terraces planted with corn, wheat, and rice, some walnut trees, a stream that spills down the mountain (except in times of drought), but no school, clinic, roads, or running water.

Here is the bare outline of her day. She rises before sunrise and prays. She fetches water from the stream. She cooks, cleans, does laundry. She cares for her children; they are the center of her life. Robina is 13. Zahida is three. Alia, the baby, is one. A fourth daughter died in infancy. Sharbat has never known a happy day, her brother says, except perhaps the day of her marriage.

Her husband, Rahmat Gul, is slight in build, with a smile like the gleam of a lantern at dusk. She remembers being married at 13. No, he says, she was 16. The match was arranged.

He lives in Peshawar (there are few jobs in Afghanistan) and works in a bakery. He bears the burden of medical bills; the dollar a day he earns vanishes like smoke. Her asthma, which cannot tolerate the heat and pollution of Peshawar in summer, limits her time in the city and with her husband to the winter. The rest of the year she lives in the mountains.

At the age of 13, Yusufzai, the journalist, explained, she would have gone into purdah, the secluded existence followed by many Islamic women once they reach puberty.

"Women vanish from the public eye," he said. In the street she wears a plum-colored burka, which walls her off from the world and from the eyes of any man other than her husband. "It is a beautiful thing to wear, not a curse," she says.

Faced by questions, she retreats into the black shawl wrapped around her face, as if by doing so she might will herself to evaporate. The eyes flash anger. It is not her custom to subject herself to the questions of strangers.

Had she ever felt safe?

"No. But life under the Taliban was better. At least there was peace and order."

Had she ever seen the photograph of herself as a girl?

"No."

She can write her name, but cannot read. She harbors the hope of education for her children. "I want my daughters to have skills," she said. "I wanted to finish school but could not. I was sorry when I had to leave."

Education, it is said, is the light in the eye. There is no such light for her. It is possibly too late for her 13-year-old daughter as well, Sharbat Gula said. The two younger daughters still have a chance.

The reunion between the woman with green eyes and the photographer was quiet. On the subject of married women, cultural tradition is strict. She must not look—and certainly must not smile—at a man who is not her husband. She did not smile at McCurry. Her expression, he said, was flat. She cannot understand how her picture has touched so many. She does not know the power of those eyes.

Such knife-thin odds. That she would be alive. That she could be found. That she could endure such loss. Surely, in the face of such bitterness the spirit could atrophy. How, she was asked, had she survived?

The answer came wrapped in unshakable certitude.
"It was," said Sharbat Gula, "the will of God."


no way, that cant be the same person!!

are you guys kidding me? the noses are off. the nose on the right one is skinnier. the lips are 'fuller' on the right as well.

of course, on the right if that's really her, she's gained more weight and there's been a ton of sun exposure...i cant believe it!
 
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