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TWO QUESTIONS FROM PLAYGIRL

Two questions for you.

1. If you could solve one unsloved murder crime, which one would you solve?

I would choose the murder of the Black Dahlia.

2. If you could go back in time to live for one year as yourself, which era would you choose, and where would you go?

I'd choose the Roaring Twenties and head for the baseball field in a chauffeured driven Custom Lincoln limosine, to watch New York Yankee's Babe Ruth hit a home run, then head for the nearest nightclub with Rudolph Valentino to dance the foxtrot all night!

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thewalkingman
Apr. 4th, 2007 10:01 pm (UTC)
#1. Jack the Ripper.
#2. Sometime in the late sixties or early seventies. For the music and movies.
poetpaladin
Apr. 5th, 2007 01:35 am (UTC)
Jack committed had several murders. Which?
thewalkingman
Apr. 5th, 2007 02:13 am (UTC)
what?
playgirl
Apr. 5th, 2007 05:09 am (UTC)
Jack the Ripper is another great murder mystery!

I just thought of another one that takes priority to all of them put together.

The one I'd love to solve is the JonBenet Ramsey murder!
thewalkingman
Apr. 5th, 2007 05:13 am (UTC)
Bah! Jack the Ripper is WAY cooler of a case than JonBenet! Her parents did it, case solved!
playgirl
Apr. 6th, 2007 04:50 pm (UTC)
I don't believe for one minute that JonBenet's parents had anything to do with it.

Looks like many chose Jack the Ripper, too!
ninjaguydan
Apr. 4th, 2007 11:28 pm (UTC)
okay, I'm bored enough to try this...
1-I'd try to catch the Zodiak Killer.

2-I'd go back to the year of 2006, unemployed, getting a 350 weekly unemployment check and knee deep in weed.

-)
playgirl
Apr. 5th, 2007 04:59 am (UTC)
Re: okay, I'm bored enough to try this...
OMG! I don't blame you for chosing him.

2006 wasn't a very good year for you, huh?!
sputnik
Apr. 5th, 2007 12:31 am (UTC)
I don't follow stuff like old murder mysteries so I really can't tell.

As to the other....hmmm....maybe the 50s. I'd like to understand what it was like back in the heyday of the suburbs and being the breadwinner who came home to a martini ready for him with a wife who was ready too...

Not that I couldn't have Kerri-Anne so that. She would. In a minute.
playgirl
Apr. 5th, 2007 04:54 am (UTC)
You don't! You just don't know what you're missing! I'm totally addicted to murder misteries.

Who's Kerri-Anne?
sputnik
Apr. 5th, 2007 12:15 pm (UTC)
Oh...I think I have some mysteries from you. I forgot that.
playgirl
Apr. 6th, 2007 03:48 am (UTC)
Myseries from me?
sputnik
Apr. 6th, 2007 02:26 am (UTC)
I checked. You're on the right filter. I guess you haven't been paying attention.
playgirl
Apr. 6th, 2007 03:56 am (UTC)
Filters? Huh?

OMG! You wore a kilt? I don't believe there anything more adorable than a man wearing a kilt! Hope you'll share some pics!

So the crab cakes weren't too tasty, huh?

Have you ever eaten crab tacos? I made them today, because Catholics aren't permitted to eat meat today or tomorrow.

Just place a corn tortilla in a frying pan with a little extra virgin olive oil. Before the tortilla gets hard, scoop a little crab (I use imitation, can't afford the real stuff) on the side of the tortilla, add a little grated cheese, then fold into a taco and continue frying on both sides 'til shell becomes crispy, then add a little taco sauce. It is absolutely delicious!

If you want my easy ORIGINAL taco sauce recipe, let me know.
sputnik
Apr. 6th, 2007 01:05 pm (UTC)
Filters...yeah. Don't you use them? I have different ones depending on what is public information and what is more private.

I think I'll be taking my kilt with me this weekend. I may wear it again. If so, I'll get pics.

The crab cakes atually were about the only good thing at the Hard Rock.

No, I have never had crab tacos, or even fish tacos for that matter. Someday I need to try them.
playgirl
Apr. 6th, 2007 04:55 pm (UTC)
Filters? Nah, I've never used them. I'm an open book for everyone to read. This is why some love me, and many hate my guts! :o(

I've never eaten crab cakes. Someday I'll try them, too.

Looking forward to the kilt pics!
weathermanphil
Apr. 5th, 2007 03:41 am (UTC)
1- I would love to solve the Jack the Ripper murders of London in the late 1800's.
2- I would pick the 4th dynasty(2613 - 2498 BC) of the Old Kingdom of ancient Egypt. This was the period when the great pyramids of Giza were constructed.
playgirl
Apr. 5th, 2007 04:47 am (UTC)
I have definitly changed my mind!

I think that would be awesome! I would love to go back in time during that era, too!
pggmilltn
Apr. 5th, 2007 04:14 am (UTC)
1) The Juarez Murders. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juarez_murders

2) Now's as good a time as any, though I suppose the 60's or 70's wouldn't be that bad.
playgirl
Apr. 5th, 2007 04:43 am (UTC)
That's right, the Juarez Murders. How could I have missed that one!

I've changed my mind! I'm with you!
pggmilltn
Apr. 5th, 2007 04:50 am (UTC)
Cool! I always wanted a sexy side kick!
playgirl
Apr. 5th, 2007 05:13 am (UTC)
I think you and I would make a great team in solving that murder mystery!
fourcorners
Apr. 5th, 2007 07:58 am (UTC)
1. Black Dahlia as well. Or Jimmy Hoffa, but it isn't exactly proven he was murdered

2. Around 33AD. I want to see first hand if Jesus was the Son of God and if he did rise from the grave, and the actual events that led to his death
playgirl
Apr. 6th, 2007 01:17 am (UTC)
1. There are so many, and Joffa is another of the great unsolved murder mysteries. I believe he was murdered.

2. Oh yes! Can you imagine going back in time and actually watch the children of Israel walk safely through the Red Sea!
uglyface2
Apr. 5th, 2007 01:44 pm (UTC)
Black Dahlia? If you look around the internet, there's a guy (a distant relative who met her once) who's pretty sure he's got it sorted out. Not one I'd care to explore, mostly because...

1. ...I'd rather solve the Torso Murders. It was a crime spree from when Elliot Ness came to Cleveland. Poor guy was only supposed to take on organized crime (which had a strong hold in Cleveland), and instead chased a serial killer nutcase. Worse, they never did catch the guy (although, like the Black Dahlia thing, there were strong suspects). And the killer took a cue from Jack the Ripper, sending letters taunting the police.

2. One year as my current self? I'd pick 1925, in Tennessee. A riddle for you: why that year, in that state? Guess away, there are no prizes.
playgirl
Apr. 6th, 2007 04:57 am (UTC)
There are so many facinating unsolved murders, but I've always wondered why the murderer felt he had to cut the Black Dahlia in half!! I saw an actual picture somewhere of her body. It was quite disturbing!

I made a search and found many different things pertaining to Tennessee and 1925.

I have chosen one of them. Does it have to do with the Tennessee the Butler Law and the Darwinian theory?
uglyface2
Apr. 6th, 2007 07:45 pm (UTC)
The very same.
ayoub
Apr. 5th, 2007 04:21 pm (UTC)
1. I agree, the Black Dahlia :)

2. The Middle East, in 650 AD
playgirl
Apr. 6th, 2007 04:45 pm (UTC)
What has puzzled me so much about the Black Dahlia is that she was sliced in half.

Perhaps someday, someone will really invent a time machine so we can all go visit those time in the past we all find so interesting!
ayoub
Apr. 6th, 2007 06:18 pm (UTC)
A few years back they put together a game based on the Black Dahlia murder, and that got me hooked into the story...

There is just something evil about it...
donchep
Apr. 5th, 2007 06:40 pm (UTC)
I'm with whoever said the Juarez murders. The others would be cool for curiousity's sake, but this one just for the sake of helping these poor girls.

I like the whole Roaring 20s thing too. But I'd stay in Chicago where the action was nuts. Al capone didn't stay in line with what New York bosses so Chicago was more free wheeling and wild. But I rather go back to 1993 for the Breeder's cup at santa anita when Arcangues came in at 133-1 and bet 10,000 I could have borrowed from my dad (He didn't have to know)
playgirl
Apr. 6th, 2007 04:37 am (UTC)
1. Its so hard to decide which one to choose, because there are so many of them.

I’m positive the Juarez murders will never be solved, and will continue.

They've had some poor Egyptian locked since the murders began, and I feel he’s innocent, because the murders continued, even after his incarceration.

The authorities over there will just pick some innocent guy off the streets and find him guilty, just to shut people up! There were also two poor guys found guilty of the crimes, and when one of them had to have MINOR surgery, he died on the operating table!

There is no justice in Mexico. I believe it was the FBI who wanted to go over there and help solve the crimes, but Mexico didn't let them.

I believe it's either a policeman or a bus driver. Those poor girls had to catch a bus to get to the maquiladoras which were out in the boonies, and had to work until the wee hours of the night, and then catch a bus to get back home.

2. I’m sometime positive I lived during those times in my other life! (if there's such a thing) I can actually see myself walking down Intersection Dearborn and Madison Avenue, with short bouncy hair and dressed in a red slinky dress, clutching the arm of some mobster with a great big scare on his face who's wearing a monogrammed shirt, a hat with a big bite at the brim, and caring a machine gun!

I’ve never heard of Breeder’s cup. Is this a cup for horseracing?
moon_shine
Apr. 7th, 2007 04:54 am (UTC)
ya Sunshine the breeder's cup is a horse race.

and don't you remember that mobster was me lol ;o) *Wink Wink* that is why they call me moon shine heheeeee....
moon_shine
Apr. 7th, 2007 04:48 am (UTC)
1. You know the Murder case that I would really like to know who did it is JFK's
I still think that there is a lot more to it then we really know now and some big Questions that we still don't have the answers to.

2. The time I would like to go back to well hummm I think It would have to be the old west 1800's —1900's there is so much that happened and things where wide open I have always been fascinated by the mountain men and the Indians and then there is the gold rush and the civil war what a time to be alive but no matter what time I went back to. I would want you to go with me =o) can you not see it you and me heading out in a covered wagon to build our homestead =o) we could have all the little critters we ever wanted and there was no trying to take away our guns back then so we could live free and wild ;o) lol well at lest we could cuddle up really tight! When the wolfs where out side howling at the moon ;o) and keep each others minds occupied :o) now doesn't that sound like that might be some fun =o) well if it was you and me it would be!!! Lots of fun ;o)
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