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Old 12-24-2007, 12:42 AM   #1
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Define approach-avoidance conflict:

Ran across this fine image while looking for desert land. Brave lass. 40s?
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Old 12-24-2007, 07:55 AM   #2
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I would say 20s, taken in the 50s.
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Looks like a prickly pair...
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I would say 20s, taken in the 50s.

I agree 20's but late 40's .Her shoes are the clue .
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I agree 20's but late 40's .Her shoes are the clue .
Is she wearing "spectators"? Hers appear to be brown and white. I remember black and white ones form the 50s.

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Until Moe's comment, I was unaware that she even had feet, let alone shoes.
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Until Moe's comment, I was unaware that she even had feet, let alone shoes.
You have a cactus fetish?

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Nah, I was just wondering if there were any pointy parts on the inside of the cacti.
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Is she wearing "spectators"? Hers appear to be brown and white. I remember black and white ones form the 50s.

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They still make spectator shoes but that style is from the forties .I may not know stock picks but I know clothes .
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