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Old 06-04-2010, 04:05 PM   #21
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There weren't links to another video or set of pictures.

Maybe what's too hot is in the eye of the beholder

This reminds me of a situtation a few years ago which I woman was tossed off a plane (I think Southwest) for dressing too provocative, though she wasn't really too provocative.

Thrown off plane for too-skimpy outfit - TODAY People
Her attorney helpfully provide a couple of dozen professional shot photos to 'support' her case.

A couple of the outfits were over the top for a banker. I seriously doubt that she was fired for being too hot.

For those of you interested in dong further 'research' here is a photo gallery
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She's probably trying to launch her modeling career. Or get an offer from Playboy.
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Old 06-04-2010, 04:31 PM   #23
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She's probably trying to launch her modeling career. Or get an offer from Playboy.
That's my bet this is really a publicity stunt. It is working every forum that I visit has thread on it
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Yehaw! Puerto Rica's finest export is it's beautiful and feminine women.

I like picture # 14, side view in the long black dress, and #26 in what appears to be a white knit shirtdress.

She can handle my account any day. In fact, I would prefer that she handle it all day every day, and in the evening too.

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Yes, she'll make more than 70K as a model now. I wonder why the lawyer would produce shots like this to support his case that she was dressed appropriately:

Citibank1.jpg

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Yes, 14 & 26 are good. Here's another favorite:

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I've got some good jokes, but I've decided to be less crude on the forum.
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I remember a guy who wanted to wear (conservative, nice, neat) shorts to work in July here in New Orleans, some years ago. It was extremely hot and our A/C system at work was not reliable that particular summer. He was told that shorts were out of the question.
This guy?

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These photos are sensational. She is obviously looking for a different type of career based on these additional photos. The guy in the shorts is real special, thanks for posting that. I'll be having nightmares tonight!

However based on the clothes in the original clip, no big deal.
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She's probably trying to launch her modeling career. Or get an offer from Playboy.
Yep, I suspect the same thing. It's all about the publicity.
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Drug company sales rep. I bet she could make a fortune.
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Drug company sales rep. I bet she could make a fortune.
I guess you are right.
She could probably push a train car load of viagra tablet a month don't you think?
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She is a looker.

My experience in large corporations (now days) is that people get released for either making political enemies or they cannot or will not do their job. Most of the time, the latter is the reason.

In most large companies, managers are trained on EEOC laws to protect themselves against law suites.

I have seen situations where it was just the opposite situation (as is claimed in this case).... someone that is very attractive got extra consideration and edged out a more qualified person for a job during the hiring process... and management eventually finds out the person hired was not really qualified or a strong employee. It is a shock for these people since they are use to getting special considerations base on their looks.
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Yes, she'll make more than 70K as a model now. I wonder why the lawyer would produce shots like this to support his case that she was dressed appropriately
Maybe the lawyer is using those photos as examples of how she does not dress at work
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The photos of the office clothes look fine. The couple of more provocative clothes are not shown to be work clothes.

That said, the employer is clear that she was fired for job performance reasons. They do not say she was fired for dressing inappropriately.

There is no way to know what the truth is. It is entirely possible that she did poor work. Also, her story could be true as well. That said, it does sound like she mostly wants publicity.
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Ran across this reference to this case. Looks like this beauty may have other motives than banking. Not sure what tits on a stick means, but I kinda like it anyway.

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According to The New York Daily News, the 33-year-old bombshell banker, who claims in a lawsuit that her bosses fired her at Citibank because they couldn't concentrate because of her sexy appearance, repeatedly went under the knife.

But wait...there's more.

The Discovery Channel even chronicled her quest for plastic surgery in a 2003 four-part series. In the series, she said she wanted to be as well endowed as a Playboy playmate, reports the newspaper.

"That's what I want to be: t**s on a stick," she says in a video, according to The Daily News
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Ran across this reference to this case. Looks like this beauty may have other motives than banking. Not sure what tits on a stick means, but I kinda like it anyway.



Debrahlee Lorenzana (PICTURES): Boob Job Cost Her Bank Job? - Crimesider - CBS News

Probably a lot better option than the male equivalent...on a stick.
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Sure you do. It's a bone-thin body with large breasts, a la Heidi Montag.

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Ran across this reference to this case. Looks like this beauty may have other motives than banking. Not sure what tits on a stick means, but I kinda like it anyway.



Debrahlee Lorenzana (PICTURES): Boob Job Cost Her Bank Job? - Crimesider - CBS News

That was her?! I remember the comment, not the person. And she went into banking?

Back on topic... I thought that the work clothes she wore were OK, some of the posturing was a bit much, no matter what she wore or where she worked. Who knows why they fired her. My question, given that she had so much plastic surgery to achieve her desired look, is why did she pursue a career in such a conservative industry. Maybe she is creating all of this media attention as a springboard to launch a new career.
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I will never understand why women get plastic surgery in order to have enormous breasts.

Natural large breasts are heavy. You have to buy special bras; some sports/types of exercise are out of the question. They cause your neck and back to hurt. You have to be careful of the position in which you sleep. The seat belt strapped across the chest in a car is uncomfortable.

Some people never look at your eyes and others make remarks that are totally out of line.

...and yes, I have large breasts...and there will not be pictures.
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I will never understand why women get plastic surgery in order to have enormous breasts.

Natural large breasts are heavy. You have to buy special bras; some sports/types of exercise are out of the question. They cause your neck and back to hurt. You have to be careful of the position in which you sleep. The seat belt strapped across the chest in a car is uncomfortable.

Some people never look at your eyes and others make remarks that are totally out of line.

...and yes, I have large breasts...and there will not be pictures.
bbbami, I feel your pain. The exact same thing applies to us guys with large...uh...well, you know. You have no idea how difficult it is finding a high rise Speedo.

Please don't bother to PM me for photos.
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