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Topic: Pic from secret room

Hi guys!

What is this pic? Does anyone know? ajb007/biggrin

https://s9.postimg.cc/wq82j5taz/Pic.png

https://s9.postimg.cc/em51y8djf/L_americain_Secret_Room_SPECTRE.png

Last edited by DENIS BOND (19th Jan 2018 23:05)

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http://www.alice-in-wonderland.net/wp-content/uploads/2book8-678x1024.jpg

Very interesting, I hadn't noticed. What's the Jabberwocky doing there?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jabberwocky

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Well spotted! Interesting.  ajb007/smile  ajb007/martini

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It’s the mother in law  ajb007/biggrin

By the way, did I tell you,  I was       "Mad"?

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always shaken wrote:

It’s the mother in law  ajb007/biggrin

ajb007/lol  ajb007/lol  ajb007/lol

I've known a few ladies it could apply to!

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Thanks! ajb007/martini

ggl007 wrote:

http://www.alice-in-wonderland.net/wp-content/uploads/2book8-678x1024.jpg

Very interesting, I hadn't noticed. What's the Jabberwocky doing there?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jabberwocky

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ajb007/biggrin  ajb007/lol  ajb007/lol

always shaken wrote:

It’s the mother in law  ajb007/biggrin

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This is interesting,  Lewis Carroll easter egg in a bond film?

It was either that.....or the priesthood

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Would Bond smashing through the wall be a visual
Metaphor  for " through the looking glass ?  ajb007/wink or
Bond following the mouse similar  to Alice chasing
The white rabbit.

"Let his death be a particularly unpleasant and humiliating one."

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Thunderpussy wrote:

Would Bond smashing through the wall be a visual
Metaphor  for " through the looking glass ?  ajb007/wink or
Bond following the mouse similar  to Alice chasing
The white rabbit.

I like your thinking TP, you may very well be onto something.

It was either that.....or the priesthood

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Thunderpussy wrote:

Would Bond smashing through the wall be a visual
Metaphor  for " through the looking glass ?  ajb007/wink or
Bond following the mouse similar  to Alice chasing
The white rabbit.

I like it.  ajb007/biggrin

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Silhouette Man wrote:
Thunderpussy wrote:

Would Bond smashing through the wall be a visual
Metaphor  for " through the looking glass ?  ajb007/wink or
Bond following the mouse similar  to Alice chasing
The white rabbit.

I like it.  ajb007/biggrin

Me too.

Let's play this Bond-Alice...  ajb007/biggrin

- Mr White plays chess (He is the Pale King!)
- Two queens in the film: Lucia and Madeleine
- Is Blofeld the Cheshire Cat?
- Is Hinx Humpty Dumpty falling at the end?
...

I think we may be onto something here  ajb007/biggrin

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ggl007 wrote:
Silhouette Man wrote:
Thunderpussy wrote:

Would Bond smashing through the wall be a visual
Metaphor  for " through the looking glass ?  ajb007/wink or
Bond following the mouse similar  to Alice chasing
The white rabbit.

I like it.  ajb007/biggrin

Me too.

Let's play this Bond-Alice...  ajb007/biggrin

- Mr White plays chess (He is the Pale King!)
- Two queens in the film: Lucia and Madeleine
- Is Blofeld the Cheshire Cat?
- Is Hinx Humpty Dumpty falling at the end?
...

I think we may be onto something here  ajb007/biggrin

Now we're really getting somewhere!  ajb007/biggrin

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"The man who was only a silhouette." - Ian Fleming, Moonraker (1955).