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(zwire.com)   Man's 700-pound bronze statue of a nude Amazon stolen from his front yard. Last seen with Drew's garden gnome outside Trenton   (zwire.com) divider line 29
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2004-09-02 02:36:39 PM
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2004-09-02 04:16:59 PM
"The bolts that fix her flesh to her frame have been shaved, and pounded with precision." Sounds kinda dirty to me.

/just saying...
 
2004-09-02 04:25:27 PM
Sounds like the three guys that trucked her off just didn't want to pay for that Amazonian RealDoll...
 
2004-09-02 05:09:44 PM
Hollosy said her name is Eos, better known on the mythical Mount Olympus as the Goddess of Dawn.

So why are they calling her an Amazon?
 
2004-09-02 07:08:14 PM
step 0001> Steal 700 pound statue
step 0010> ???
step 0011> Profit

/sorry, someone had to do it.
 
2004-09-02 07:09:08 PM
Im sorry, but this thread is worthless without pics.
 
2004-09-02 07:11:51 PM
I can't see why anyone would want to steal a bronze statue. My heart really goes out to this guy, having one of his prized possessions that he worked on extremely hard stolen in the name of vandalism.
 
2004-09-02 07:12:09 PM
No pics because it was stolen. Duh
 
2004-09-02 07:12:43 PM
His hands molded, shaped and hammered every each inch of her frame in 1981.

Man, this guy was lonely in 1981.
 
2004-09-02 07:17:11 PM
Isn't it playing at the Open?
 
2004-09-02 07:19:31 PM
Jango:

She probably was one of the inspirations for the Amazon myth.

And may I say, we need some damn pics!
 
2004-09-02 07:20:56 PM
I don't really want pics. I would have put /obligatory, but I don't know how to spell it. So I didn't. I'm not REALLY gonna kill kittens for a... statue. Unless it's a really hot statue!

And I bet the guy had pictures of his work, too. If he had shown it, maybe we could spot it!
 
2004-09-02 07:28:21 PM
Not to sterotype ANYONE , but I would check any of the nearby colleges , especially around the frat houses.


/just sayin'
 
2004-09-02 07:31:05 PM
Her face appears without emotion, with little detail but robust with a divas nonchalance.

Robust nonchalance? WTF?
 
2004-09-02 07:32:37 PM
Not the statue in question, but by the same artist:

 
2004-09-02 07:40:58 PM
Hmmmm, 700lb nude Amazon. . . . sounds like my composition prof.
 
2004-09-02 07:51:57 PM
Q: What do you do with a 700 lb amazon?
A: Snoo Snoo!

/Femputer: The one called Zapp will snoo-snoo with the large women. The one called Fry will snoo-snoo with the petit women. And the one called Kiff, being the most attractive, will snoo-snoo with the most beautiful women on Amazonia, then with the large women, then with the petit women, and, once more, with the large women.
 
2004-09-02 07:58:40 PM
Looks like an armadillo orgy, Chec.
 
2004-09-02 08:15:05 PM
Another UWAP article.
 
2004-09-02 08:18:59 PM
Wanted for questioning:

 
2004-09-02 08:28:52 PM
i'd hit it, with a 100 pound penis.
 
2004-09-02 08:35:20 PM
"That's a HUGE biatch!"
 
2004-09-02 10:02:42 PM
"The Statue of Liberty had no comment."
 
2004-09-02 10:08:32 PM
I'm guessing she looked a bit like this

 
2004-09-02 10:51:23 PM
I'd smelt it!
 
2004-09-03 12:43:32 AM
NarrMaster: The Amazon legend was inspired by nomadic tribes of female warriors, Slavic if memory serves. It's not likely that a legend would be inspired by another, similarly fictional story within the same cultural set, though I wouldn't rule it out as a possibility.

The real Amazons (missing-boobies) didn't hack off their right boob to shoot their bows better, though. Nobody's really sure where the Greeks came up with that part.
 
2004-09-03 01:39:35 AM
But just as soon as the magic is applied, that 700-pound statue will become a 120-pound Wonder Woman.
 
2004-09-03 08:38:28 AM
JangoFett I concur, amazons are not goddesses, nor vice versa. Probably an article written by a product of the Amuriken edumahcational process. I'm sure he felt good self-esteem.

"famed sculptor E. Gyuri Hollosy" -- who??

I for one wish to welcome out new 700 pound amazonian overlords. {When does the snu-snu begin?}
 
2004-09-03 08:45:44 AM
Here is the artist's site ( with a gallery )

http://www.hollosy.com/
 
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