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Old 11-04-2018, 03:42 PM   #9
st jimmy
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On 11 January 2003, Dutch movie director Theo van Gogh revealed that Quote magazine had learned that Mabel was working as a prostitute in the Yab Yum bar, when she first met Klaas Bruinsma (story has been completely deleted from the internet...).
Amidst rumours that Van Gogh was about to publish a book about the interesting history of Mabel, he was reportedly killed by a “Muslim extremist” in November 2004.
In one of those wonderful examples of "freedom" of speech, Postimage.org where I have uploaded images (and posted hotlinks to) hasn't deleted my images but changed the images' URLs...
Is it usefull for me to join another image site or will they use the same kind of trickery?
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Columnist Max Pam (NRC Handelsblad) aan de lijn: “Zeg, ik hoor dat Quote volgende maand gaat publiceren dat Mabel werkte in Yab Yum!”
“Van wie weet je dat?”
Pam: “Dat mag ik niet zeggen.”
Ik word er zo moe van. Toch maar even de hoofredacteur van Quote gebeld.
Jort Kelder: “We hebben diverse bronnen die dat inderdaad bevestigen; dat ze Mabel in Yab Yum zijn tegengekomen en van haar diensten gebruik hebben gemaakt. Maar niemand wil geciteerd worden. Wij publiceren voorlopig niet.”
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Mocht Mabel inderdaad het oudste beroep ter wereld aankleven, ik buig voor haar; want juist wie op haar rug tot de hoogste toppen reikt, verdient onze eerbied.
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