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Priceless mug shot

Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by BMG22, Feb 7, 2013.

  1. BMG22


    Jul 8, 2009
    It's 3:36 AM as I type this, and I have a photo shoot of a WW1 biplane in the more normal hours of the day, but instead of sleep I'm looking up the news from the area close to my hometown.

    Typical drug bust by the sounds of it, but my eyes were drawn to the mug shot. Not so much the look on his face, but the look on his face combined with that it says on his shirt. Sometimes, Beavis, things just scream "If fit the profile".
    Let me know of the link doesn't work...

  2. "would you like butter on this corncob?"

    (link works)
  3. ChinaCave


    Jan 22, 2004
    New York

    Of all the T-shirts one could be wearing when the Po-Po visit.......

    Also curious about the pics of the WW1 Biplane!
  4. ricky

    ricky Millennium Member

    May 9, 1999
    Miami, Fl.
    For me it went to a page full of different stories and could not find it.
  5. BMG22


    Jul 8, 2009
    Not sure why the link wasn't working for ricky, but here is the photo:


    I'm a documentary photographer/videographer for an aviation company (and freelance!), and one of the projects we're working on is an original, not full scale replica, of a 1917 Curtiss Jenny. It belongs to a filmmaker who is doing a documentary on either the airplane or Glen Curtiss (can never remember). We're doing the bulk of the restoration work. I'm doing this one the hard way (entirely on film), and have shot something at every phase of the restoration from the time it came in to our shop on a truck.
  6. Where he's headed, he may be the Great Cornhole-ee before long. :upeyes:
  7. collim1

    collim1 Shower Time!

    Mar 14, 2005
    Are you going to get to take a ride in the plane? I have always wanted to go up in a WWI era fighter. They are not easy to fly and I would really want to know the pilot's credentials before going up, but it would be a hard opportunity to pass up.