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Michaela Conlin

24 Mar 2011 11:44 - 24 Mar 2011 11:50 #22294 by dr lazarus
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That Celtic Girl thread reminded me of the actress Michaela Conlin (she plays Angela Montenegro on the series Bones). You see, according to wiki she's "half-Chinese and half-Irish." An interesting mix, I think (I believe Olivia Munn has a similar heritage).

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26 May 2011 20:56 - 26 May 2011 20:57 #23265 by N_S1701
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People of mixed parentage tend to turn out to be very attractive in my experience. I couldn't resist doing a short bad-girl blurb for her. After all, a woman who hangs around corpses all day is bound to have certain kinks...

She kept a body part from each of her victims as a grotesque memento. To any other human the remains would be utterly indistinguishable, but in her perfect memory she could recall every face, name and gruesome detail of their death. Some she tore to pieces with her bare hands, others she froze with her ice breath and shattered with a tap of her finger, others still she giggled at as she mind-controlled them into oncoming traffic or into roaring furnaces. She had begun this practice many hundreds of years ago when she discovered her incredible powers and what had been a small shelf of bones has grown into a massive underground vault. Being impervious to the ravages of time and the weapons of Man, who could tell how many more thousands of men would contribute to her morbid collection?

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