Re: RARA-AVIS: Mr. Blur

From: Richard Moore (
Date: 27 Feb 2005

Yes, I suppose I am hopelessly loss in such things. For example, I have trouble with the concept of weapons "strapped to the outsides of female thighs." If they were strapped "inside female thighs" would that mean inside the flesh? If comic books and graphic novels have weapons located without regard to concealment or ease of use or any other practical rationale, then I doubt I will ever comprehend this territory.

Richard Moore

--- In, DJ-Anonyme@w... wrote:
> Richard wrote:
> "Well, Joy, I have read the entire chapter at this point but let me
> you: why strap weapons to one's thighs if not for concealment? It
> no sense to me."
> Richard, I think it goes back to the influence you mentioned in the
> first post, graphic novels. Weapons strapped to the outsides of
> thighs, especially those encased in impractical catsuits, are
> in comic books (and anime, for that matter).
> Mark

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