A woman who work's for a strip club to pay off debts. Every day at in the afternoon, Wanda Maximoff visits her favourite cafe, and her favourite barista.Every day at in the afternoon, Jonas Pym gets to see his favourite patron.Here the farm animals graciously abide by the unwritten farmyard apartheid, with pigs clustering with pigs, chickens keeping company with chickens and sheep looking nervous in the middle of the pack.Dick gets to make friends with "horse", while little sister points to the abattoir located to the right of the picure.Seriously though, I really do love these old illustrations.Even when I first saw these as a kid I knew they were very idealized and unrealistic, but that shuoldn't detract from your enjoyment of them.He lives in the lap of luxury, but finds time to help immigrants who need a fresh start. I love you so much, but I just can’t stand the idea of you being so far away. When Wanda's boyfriend breaks up with her, she doesn't think she call tell him what's on her mind anymore. He wanted his time there to be beneficial, both to him and his powers.
Dick, Jane, and their generic parents were definitely a product of their time, but that doesn't stop us from appreciating the fact that our old school books were graced with some pretty attractive illustrations. Here's our heroes doing what every boy and girl want to do...dressing up and skipping rope with their sister. It looks like the fun never ends until you realize that D & J aren't actually twirling the rope.
Twin pole-dancing robots were in town for the 50th International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week. The robots, created by 50-year-old London sculptor Giles Walker, were “hired” and flown in to perform for attendees at the Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club, just off the strip.
The club put out an announcement ahead of CES that read: “Come watch sparks fly as the Robo Twins shake their hardware and leave everyone wondering if those double Ds are real or made in ‘Silicone’ Valley,” according to the New York Post.
They do nearly everything as a pair, and they are always there for each other.
This is their story, starting in their junior year of high school.