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Never lovelier; outdoor shootings agree with her.

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Why are we looking at a lovely sweetheart and arguing about things like profiles whether it's the best ever and silly things like that? Ilza is a wonderful woman with a persona that says the beauty is much more than skin deep and we should be enjoying this lovely summer set during our cold winter days.

It really doesn't matter what a girl says in her profile or if it is her saying it. We all know that the names are fake and the locations are kept from us to protect the girls from trolls who take pleasure on hurting others. This is a fantasy world created for our pleasure so lets just enjoy this wonderful gift and not spend our time sniping at each other. RA is a great site with some very wonderful features hat we don't get elsewhere. No set is perfect. If we want to find the negative side it can be done but why? Does it make you feel superior? Does it enhance your day? we see enough evil on the news every day. Lets please try to keep these discussions civil and leave our attitudes at the door.

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No attitude allowed? Forget it then! :-)
Actually it can matter what a girl says in her profile, especially if she is the one saying it. As you note, the info can contribute to our "fantasies", and impact our perceptions and ideas about her.
Hate to be cynical, but this "fantasy world created for our pleasure" is also a business created to make money. I'm not picking on RA, I'm thinking more of MA when I say I'd like to see a little less business-orientation and more pleasure-orientation -- that is, more emphasis on what we want, and less on what they and their bean-counters want.

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Quality control, Hipshot, is a process through which a business seeks to ensure that product quality is maintained or improved and manufacturing errors are reduced or eliminated. Quality control requires the business to create an environment in which both management and employees strive for perfection. This is done by training personnel, creating benchmarks for product quality, and testing products to check for statistically significant variations.

As for schools, the most popular grading system in the United States uses discrete evaluation in the form of letter grades. Many schools use a GPA (grade-point average) system in combination with letter grades. There are also many other systems in place. Some schools use a scale of 100 instead of letter grades. Others, including many Montessoris, eschew discrete evaluation in favor of pure discursive evaluation. There is no standardized system of grading in the United States. As such, those issues are left up to individual universities, schools and the regulatory authority of the individual states.
At most schools, colleges and universities in the United States, letter grades follow a five-point system, using the letters A, B, C, D and E/F, with A indicating excellent, C indicating average and F indicating failing. Additionally, most schools calculate a student's grade point average (GPA) by assigning each letter grade a number and averaging those numerical values. Generally, American schools equate an A with a numerical value of 4.0. Most graduate schools require a 3.0 (B) average to take a degree, with C or C− being the lowest grade for course credit. Most undergraduate schools require a 2.0, or C average to obtain a degree with a minimum of D or D− to pass a course. For most secondary schools, the minimum overall and course passes are both D or D−. Some districts, such as Mount Olive Township School District in New Jersey, have eliminated D as a passing grade for their students due to a high failure rate.

You've been in the US armed forces, and 'u got a 131 score on the AGCT....so, Hipshot, you should be smart enough (Stanford-Binet IQ 126) to understand the value of marks and different grading scales!

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Actually it was a 142 but so what? It didn't help me any in Vietnam. There were far to many "to whom it may concern" rounds flying around. But any way scorning systems are all fallible and tilted in whatever direction the institution desires and why are we talking scoring anyway. It is insane to try to score the models. As for the photographers again it is personal opinion based on the prejudges of the one doing the scoring. One man's art is another man's trash.

Each of us is entitled to his or her opinion. My comments were aimed at this endless dinging of each others comments that has been going on lately. If you have an opinion by all means voice it in your own comment don't aim it at other peoples comments and diss others because they don't agree with you. We have a generally congenial group here and I would very much like to see it stay that way.

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I have of late--but
wherefore I know not--lost all my mirth, forgone all
custom of exercises; and indeed it goes so heavily
with my disposition that this goodly frame, the
earth, seems to me a sterile promontory, this most
excellent canopy, the air, look you, this brave
o'erhanging firmament, this majestical roof fretted
with golden fire, why, it appears no other thing to
me than a foul and pestilent congregation of vapours.
What a piece of work is a man! how noble in reason!
how infinite in faculty! in form and moving how
express and admirable! in action how like an angel!
in apprehension how like a god! the beauty of the
world! the paragon of animals! And yet, to me,
what is this quintessence of dust? man delights not
me: no, nor woman neither, though by your smiling
you seem to say so.

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Where have I read that before :-?

Well, Parallax, I hope you come out of it. Maybe what you need is to fall in love with one of these models! :-)

Keep an eye out! :-)

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Shakespeare (Hamlet)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hamlet

Love is only a dirty trick played on us to achieve continuation of the species!

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Rather: the continuation of the genes, their propagation from one generation to the next. They are the true agents; we are merely their vessels.
See "The Selfish Gene" by Richard Dawkins.
It's a mind-blower...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Selfish_Gene

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Just ask Schopenhauer :-)

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“Love is merely a madness; and, I tell you, deserves as well a dark house and a whip as madmen do; and the reason why they are not so punish'd and cured is that the lunacy is so
ordinary that the whippers are in love too.”

Shakespeare (As You Like It)

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Indeed, what folly is love! Yet it makes the world go 'round...
"We are all fools, and there is nothing we can do about it."

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Fiat iustitia, et pereat mundus!

(Gerechtigkeit geschehe, und sollte die Welt [darüber] zugrunde gehen!)

Let there be justice, though the world perish!

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Well, then stop dinging their disses! :-)
They're not gonna stop -- people are gonna say what they want to for as long as they can. Rather than tell them to shut up, answer them -- address what their problem is. That anyway is what I aspire to do.
When you tell people to be quiet, it usually backfires. Besides, I think it's healthy to express how one really feels. It's gonna come out anyway...

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Magnificent model!! Less than magnificent set...

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Ilze is wonderful. Love the expression in the last two photos. Good luck keeping secrets from this woman.

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Pratice and a natural gift, not luck, is what you need for keeping secrets zakk... from ANY woman ;o)

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Yo u slang-rock...?

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I absolutely adore this wonderful young lady. Ilze is remarkably beautiful, with an absolutely perfect feminine figure. Her face is always so very charming, but there seems to be a certain mature, refined, sophisticated nobility in these photos. Absolutely gorgeous.

The shoot was done in one of my favorite locations. I am not sure exactly what kind of place this location is. It seems to be some kind of resort or national landmark. Some of my favorite models like Chandra and Mariam have been photographed there. I wonder if that means we will see photos of Ilze on a large wooden stairs or posing among white birch trees soon.

I am very impressed with Ilze's biography profile. She wrote with such wonderful pride and self-confidence. When I read her profile and review her photos I want to book a long grand tour of Russia.

So, my dear Ilze, warmest regards to you and very best wishes for much success and good fortune. You are magnificent.

And to Rylsky, keep hunting for beautiful models like Ilze and wonderful locations.

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Neil, you don't believe that those "biographies" are factual do you?
I doubt that the girls even write them!! It's ALL "fantasy"...designed to engage(and retain!) the membership. But....as I've said in the past, everyone takes what they need from the site....

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We are not security, not CIA or KGB, we never check what girls REALLY think and REALLY do in their lives. But if girl gave us info - you do see it as well in "bio".

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The embattled National Security Agency is about to get new leaders to deal with the ongoing fallout from whistleblower Edward Snowden’s surveillance disclosures.

Vice-admiral Michael Rogers, the commander of the US navy’s tenth fleet and its Fleet Cyber Command, will take over from NSA Director Keith Alexander, who reluctantly became a global figure in the wake of the Snowden revelations.

Richard Ledgett, the head of the agency’s investigation into Snowden – who publicly floated the prospect of an amnesty for the former contractor – will become the NSA’s new deputy director and top civilian leader.

The appointments, both long anticipated, were announced by the Pentagon on Thursday.

Rogers is a longtime cryptologist in the Navy, whose informal turn it was to nominate a director for the NSA. Alexander is an Army general; and his predecessor, Michael Hayden, hailed from the Air Force.

Rogers has a resume studded with experience in cryptography and electronic eavesdropping that are central to the NSA’s charter. Tenth Fleet, inert since World War II, was reactivated as the Navy’s cybersecurity command and based at Fort Meade, the base of operations for the military’s infant Cyber Command – which Rogers will also head, pending Senate approval – and the NSA. Rogers also served for two years on the military’s Joint Staff as intelligence director, a prestigious Pentagon post.

But his low-profile commissions have not provided him with a platform to articulate his views on the propriety and appropriate scope of the bulk surveillance of a large swath of world communications, the subject of Snowden’s disclosures that have been published in the Guardian, the Washington Post and other news outlets worldwide.

Nor will the Senate have a chance to scrutinize them, at least formally. The NSA directorship is not a position confirmed by the Senate. Rogers’ appointment to head US Cyber Command, which is co-located with the NSA and largely reliant on its personnel and expertise to protect US military networks, will require Senate approval, making Rogers’ forthcoming Senate Armed Services Committee hearing a proxy venue to learn his views on surveillance.

Rogers did not have much in the way of competition for the NSA job. There were whispers in Washington that the director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, Army Lieutenant General Mike Flynn, was also a candidate for the job, but even those who advocated for Flynn, a veteran of the powerful Joint Special Operations Command, did not expect him to get the NSA job.

In a statement Thursday, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said he recommended Rogers for the post to President Barack Obama, citing Rogers’ “extraordinary and unique qualifications.”

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Федеральная служба безопасности Российской Федерации (ФСБ)

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Федеральная служба по надзору в сфере массовых коммуникаций и связи (RylCom)

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I'm sure all the girls have been vetted, Parallax, and Rylsky as well -- no need to worry! :-)

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There is no reason to be so cynical. Why would it be so difficult to believe that these young ladies have interests and goals beyond Rylsky's studio? Is it impossible to believe that the young lady who calls herself Ilze plays the pianoforte and wants to operate a travel agency in a blossoming travel industry? Is it too much to believe that Swan is a flight attendant and Brisa is a radio DJ in a small local radio station? These young ladies are not telling wild, fanciful stories. Of course Mia states that her favorite cars are Lamborghini Diablos and Hummer h2. Good luck on that. But she does not claim to own these cars.

The Cold War is over. We no longer need to believe that all Russians lie. Suspend your disbelief and enjoy.

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Ridiculous to suggest that I believe ALL Russians lie. Not even CLOSE to what I said, or even suggested. This (and Met-Art) are "porn sites" pure and simple, and to think the girls would post any "facts" about themselves is naive. As far as having interests and goals beyond this "job"...of course they do, but they aren't likely to be telling us about them... We all believe what we want to believe so I'll bow out of any further discussion of this particular subject... Peace ;o)

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I hope that at least most of the girls write them. Hasn't Zelda refused to?
Whether they're "factual" is less important to me. Novels aren't "factual" either, but they often try to tell larger "truths" than "facts" can.
As they said about one of my favorite writers, "He lied to bring us the truth."
So maybe if a model just expresses what she wants to, whether or not it's "true" or "made up", she's telling us something revealing about herself.
That's all I'm hoping for. And it should not be too much to ask of her, of them, to provide this for us.

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Couldn't agree more, Neil.

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Good to have Ilze back!

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Ilze—the beautiful, luminous, elegant, wonderful, glorious Ilze—is back in what is by far the best set she and Rylsky have ever done. She is off all the charts in this one, just breathtaking, perfection from head to toe. I could gush for a month about her. There is no one photo that is "better" than any of the others; every shot is a 10. My one criticism might—might—be to prefer a warmer color palate; some of the shots seem a bit overexposed. And, of course, the set is too short, though I admit that no set this good could ever be long enough. Ilze, sweetheart, you are in a class by yourself. Magic.

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" by far the best set she and Rylsky have ever done"...!!??
Are you sure about that sailor?? Have you seen ANY of their sets on Met???

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Sometimes I think you people need brain transplants.

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Just sometimes!? You're obviously a kinder soul than myself...

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...stoned!!

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Are you bragging or complaining??

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Bullshit.

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Isn't it ALL!?

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I know Sailor is a member of METART

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LOL I know he is too, I was being facetious...
I just couldn't believe he thought this set is better than any of those on Met... But to each his own.

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Yes, indeed, question of taste.

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