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PashaPhoto

Posts: 9726

Brooklyn, New York, US

is a new show on the biography channel, where in every episode a model gets whacked...

http://www.biography.com/tv/model-killers

this should do "wonders" for all the escort discussions smile

Feb 16 13 04:53 pm Link

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rp_photo

Posts: 42507

Houston, Texas, US

Most models have their interest killed by inconsiderate photographers who push them, hit on them, or fail to give them pictures.

Feb 16 13 04:56 pm Link

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Digitoxin

Posts: 13345

Houston, Texas, US

rp_photo wrote:
Most models have their interest killed by inconsiderate photographers who push them, hit on them, or fail to give them pictures.

"Most"

That suggests more than 50%.  Please show me anything that can backup the word "most"

If you can't, then would it not have been appropriate to say "some"?

Or, failing that, I would even have taken: "most of the models I personally know......"

Feb 16 13 05:15 pm Link

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rp_photo

Posts: 42507

Houston, Texas, US

Digitoxin wrote:

"Most"

That suggests more than 50%.  Please show me anything that can backup the word "most"

If you can't, then would it not have been appropriate to say "some"?

Or, failing that, I would even have taken: "most of the models I personally know......"

Most MM models.

Feb 16 13 05:18 pm Link

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PashaPhoto

Posts: 9726

Brooklyn, New York, US

episode 1 is online - http://www.biography.com/tv/model-kille … 8334787558

and it looks like i was mistaken - it's not one model wacked per episode, but two...

biography ordered 20 episodes...

Feb 16 13 05:23 pm Link

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Cherrystone

Posts: 37132

Columbus, Ohio, US

PashaPhoto wrote:
is a new show on the biography channel, where in every episode a model gets whacked...

http://www.biography.com/tv/model-killers

this should do "wonders" for all the llama herder discussions smile

Well it's good you started this thread, in case they missed it in their programming guide. lol

Feb 16 13 05:50 pm Link

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Cherrystone

Posts: 37132

Columbus, Ohio, US

rp_photo wrote:

Most MM models.

I think Digi got it right...

Digitoxin wrote:
Or, failing that, I would even have taken: "most of the models I personally know......"

Feb 16 13 05:51 pm Link

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Kozmina

Posts: 6534

Colorado Springs, Colorado, US

Actually it is not "two models get killed". The first episode is about one model that gets killed,by someone other than a photog(a psycho model friend IIRCI was wrong.Springhill has it right.) and one model that kills her sugar daddy husband. She chops him up and then eats part of him.

Feb 16 13 05:56 pm Link

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SPRINGHEEL

Posts: 38210

Gibraltar, Michigan, US

I just got done watching it and all these photographers can breathe a sigh of relief.  One killed by a guy she met at a bar who raped and murdered her and the other, a model who cannibalizes her husband.

Its typical "True Crime" sensationalism but I enjoyed it and will probably give it a shot for a few more episodes

Feb 16 13 06:04 pm Link

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-JAY-

Posts: 6729

Las Vegas, Nevada, US

SPRINGHEEL  wrote:
I just got done watching it and all these photographers can breathe a sigh of relief.  One killed by a guy she met at a bar who raped and murdered her and the other, a llama who cannibalizes her husband.

Its typical "True Crime" sensationalism but I enjoyed it and will probably give it a shot for a few more episodes

I couldn't survive past 5 minutes...

But for a small town girl who didn't know that DUN DUN DUN danger was lurking behind MORE DUN DUN DUN every door.

Feb 16 13 07:01 pm Link

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SPRINGHEEL

Posts: 38210

Gibraltar, Michigan, US

-JAY- wrote:

I couldn't survive past 5 minutes...

But for a small town girl who didn't know that DUN DUN DUN danger was lurking behind MORE DUN DUN DUN every door.

Admittedly, you gotta be a fan of this kinda junk in general

Feb 16 13 07:04 pm Link

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Cherrystone

Posts: 37132

Columbus, Ohio, US

-JAY- wrote:

I couldn't survive past 5 minutes...

But for a small town girl who didn't know that DUN DUN DUN danger was lurking behind MORE DUN DUN DUN every door.

The hyperbole toned down by 10 minutes in....I came close to clicking off the first few minutes too.

Feb 16 13 07:07 pm Link

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Kozmina

Posts: 6534

Colorado Springs, Colorado, US

SPRINGHEEL  wrote:

Admittedly, you gotta be a fan of this kinda junk in general

No doubt. I get sucked into those silly shows. big_smile

Feb 16 13 07:14 pm Link

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IDiivil

Posts: 4231

Los Angeles, California, US

Terrible show. Has nothing to do with modeling whatsoever. They just took it for a title and use it as a way to sell stories that aren't particularly unique otherwise.

Not to make little of the people who were killed... Just hate that this is how they are remembered.

Feb 16 13 07:33 pm Link

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SAND DIAL

Posts: 6006

Santa Monica, California, US

I could never watch..a friend of mine knew Linda....even spoke to her right before..


http://www.people.com/people/archive/ar … 25,00.html

Feb 16 13 07:36 pm Link

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jesse paulk

Posts: 3712

Phoenix, Arizona, US

LOL SO BAD

KINKY SEX = killer!

MODELING+DUBSTEP/METAL=dirty!dirty!dirty!

Feb 16 13 07:45 pm Link

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SPRINGHEEL

Posts: 38210

Gibraltar, Michigan, US

Kozmina wrote:
I was wrong.Springhill has it right.)

Don't let Springhill hear you say that.  Dude as an ego the size of the goddam Pyramids of Giza

Feb 16 13 07:47 pm Link

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jesse paulk

Posts: 3712

Phoenix, Arizona, US

whys the creeper black?lol

Feb 16 13 07:55 pm Link

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jesse paulk

Posts: 3712

Phoenix, Arizona, US

fuck this i need protection, models are crazy

Feb 16 13 08:32 pm Link

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GPS Studio Services

Posts: 37835

San Francisco, California, US

This is good PR for the business.

Feb 16 13 08:53 pm Link

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Kozmina

Posts: 6534

Colorado Springs, Colorado, US

SPRINGHEEL  wrote:

Don't let Springhill hear you say that.  Dude as an ego the size of the goddam Pyramids of Giza

Oh well. I've stroked his ego before,by letting him know how thoroughly creeped out he made me,so I'll keep stroking. big_smile wink

Feb 16 13 08:57 pm Link

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SPRINGHEEL

Posts: 38210

Gibraltar, Michigan, US

Kozmina wrote:

Oh well. I've stroked his ego before,by letting him know how thoroughly creeped out he made me,so I'll keep stroking. big_smile wink

http://i98.photobucket.com/albums/l249/SPRINGHEEL69/tumblr_m684tykXpP1rwcc6bo1_250.gif

Feb 16 13 09:01 pm Link

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Kozmina

Posts: 6534

Colorado Springs, Colorado, US

SPRINGHEEL  wrote:

http://i98.photobucket.com/albums/l249/SPRINGHEEL69/tumblr_m684tykXpP1rwcc6bo1_250.gif

Effing priceless!!! borat

Feb 16 13 09:04 pm Link

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Tom Linkens

Posts: 6425

Lititz, Pennsylvania, US

PashaPhoto wrote:
is a new show on the biography channel, where in every episode a model gets whacked...

http://www.biography.com/tv/model-killers

this should do "wonders" for all the escort discussions smile

Bring up photographers in the first sentence. When it's suicide, boyfriends and husbands that most often end the life of a model.

Feb 17 13 09:10 am Link

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Tom Linkens

Posts: 6425

Lititz, Pennsylvania, US

And I'll be first in line for a show on the Biography channel called "Fired".

They could make the first sentence about it: Wether told by a photographer "you're fired. Get the fuck out".

Feb 17 13 09:12 am Link

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GeM Photographic

Posts: 2391

Chicago, Illinois, US

They can do a special episode about all the grandmothers that die after their granddaughters take up internet modeling.

borat

Feb 17 13 01:23 pm Link

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Big A-Larger Than Life

Posts: 33422

The Woodlands, Texas, US

Kozmina wrote:
Actually it is not "two models get killed". The first episode is about one model that gets killed,by someone other than a photog(a psycho model friend IIRCI was wrong.Springhill has it right.) and one model that kills her sugar daddy husband. She chops him up and then eats part of him.

yikes.   Omg!!!!   Does she say if he tasted like a real sugar daddy?

Feb 17 13 03:16 pm Link

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SPRINGHEEL

Posts: 38210

Gibraltar, Michigan, US

Big A-Larger Than Life wrote:

yikes.   Omg!!!!   Does she say if he tasted like a real sugar daddy?

She says something along the lines of "Nothing tastes as good as my husband"

Feb 17 13 03:17 pm Link

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Big A-Larger Than Life

Posts: 33422

The Woodlands, Texas, US

SPRINGHEEL  wrote:

She says something along the lines of "Nothing tastes as good as my husband"

Well at least she didn't cheat on him and eat the UPS guy.

Feb 17 13 03:21 pm Link

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SPRINGHEEL

Posts: 38210

Gibraltar, Michigan, US

Big A-Larger Than Life wrote:

Well at least she didn't cheat on him and eat the UPS guy.

Yeah, at least she had some kinda morals

Feb 17 13 03:23 pm Link

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vintagestylist

Posts: 3

Riverside, California, US

Big A-Larger Than Life wrote:
yikes.   Omg!!!!   Does she say if he tasted like a real sugar daddy?

SPRINGHEEL  wrote:
She says something along the lines of "Nothing tastes as good as my husband"

This is all tasteless.

Feb 18 13 02:24 pm Link

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Wynd Mulysa

Posts: 8619

Berkeley, California, US

I don't watch much TV.
Is the biography channel a channel that airs non-fiction?  Or is this fiction?

Feb 18 13 02:29 pm Link

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PashaPhoto

Posts: 9726

Brooklyn, New York, US

episode 2 is now online - http://www.biography.com/tv/model-killers/videos

for those wondering what to expect, the tagline for this episode is - "Three passionate, attractive men--and some very adoring fans--lust after a luscious swimsuit model with a heart of gold."

Feb 19 13 09:59 am Link

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KelliOnLineGlamourNude

Posts: 2948

Barrie, Ontario, Canada

Wynd Mulysa wrote:
I don't watch much TV.
Is the biography channel a channel that airs non-fiction?  Or is this fiction?

Non-fiction.

Feb 21 13 08:02 am Link

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Kyle T Edwards

Posts: 434

St Catharines, Ontario, Canada

vintagestylist wrote:

Big A-Larger Than Life wrote:
yikes.   Omg!!!!   Does she say if he tasted like a real sugar daddy?

This is all tasteless.

It's like everything else; you need to take it with a grain of salt.

Feb 21 13 09:14 am Link