Re: RARA-AVIS: Mr. Blur

From: Joy Matkowski (
Date: 27 Feb 2005

I pictured this all along as weapons strapped on the outside of the leather catsuit for hands-free easy access, like a scabbard and a holster, not under clothing for concealment. Would that make sense?
    I think you might have to read the next paragraph.


Richard Moore cogitates:
> By back to MR. BLUR and the woman in a cat suit with an 8 mm Beretta
> on one thigh and a carbon steel throwing knife on the other. After
> my last post I have continued to cogitate on the scene the author
> presents and more and more aspects trouble me.
> I presented the problem in my previous post on the basis of a woman
> with both weapons strapped to opposing thighs with my image being the
> thighs are beneath a skirt. But the description says "...wearing a
> black leather catsuit..." not a "catskirt." Hmmm...if the catsuit
> is, as commonly depicted in movies, a skintight outfit that covered
> the legs then having a Beretta or a throwing knife stapped to her
> thigh makes no sense what so ever. Having anything strapped to one's
> thigh indicates the purpose is concealment. If one's thigh is
> covered with black leather, then the lumps created by the pistol and
> the knife would defeat that purpose. Secondly, if the pistol and
> knife are encased in a black leather skin suit, how the hell is the
> wearer supposed to access them? Are there flaps allowing weapons to
> be drawn without stripping? If so, doesn't that kind of blow the
> concealment?

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