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Originally posted by Aloysius the Gaul
no - that is impossible - the only explaination that makes sense is that she is a reptilian shape shifter who got her settings mixed up.
Originally posted by visualmiscreant
reply to post by CompisMentis
Especially when the red shirt could be considered a red flag...
Originally posted by seamus
reply to post by bluemirage5
Holy cow! Red rain colored by cellular life THAT HAS NO DNA? Effin' bizarre!
ObOnTopic: The 'woman in red' is a universal plot device used in films and plays. It is used as a distraction. Best to look at what ELSE was happening at that time for a clue as to why she was there.
Originally posted by Propulsion
I guess it could have been worse, PeeWee Herman could have been walking in that ladies place.
Originally posted by muzzleflash
What no DNA?
Oh and the "woman in red" motif goes way back into the furthest depths of history.
And the vast majority of associations are quite negative.
Originally posted by bluemirage5
Red rain flows in India right now
Red or crimson, the colour of fire and heat, is traditionally associated with war and the mili-tary. In Rome the paludamentum, the robe wom by generals, was red. The colour of blood is nat-urally connected with the idea of sacrifice, strug-gle and heroism.