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Please Harley Don't Hurt 'Em . Stop -- Harley time . It was just another quiet day in one of Gotham's less dreary neighborhoods, until... "Driving around town in a truck with a giant mallet is fine up to a point -- it's a good time, and you get to smash some stuff...but people just don't take you seriously, you know?" Officer Cerdo and Bob Jenkins, security guard at the Hundred Dollar Store, try to flee the scene before anyone can think to demand that they take some sort of action against Harley and her death-machine. Young Billy had been caught shoplifting at the Hundred Dollar Store, and should be thankful that Harley's impromptu rampage through the neighborhood has saved him from being hauled off to jail. The only thought going through his mind, however, is that he's afraid to look down for fear that he may find he has wet himself. "Anyone else want to make a snide PMS comment? ...I didn't think so!" "Mamma mia! Hey, you crazy clown-a, you chase away all-a my-a biz-i-ness!" *Note: this is not a lame caricature based on tired ethnic stereotypes. All Italian-Americans really do talk this way. And own pizza shops. Either that, or they're in the Mafia. Everybody's been stuck behind the moron going 10 below the posted speed limit. A rocket blast into the road just ahead of it solves that frustration. "This is not happening, this is not happening, this is not happening, this is not happening..." Threatened by Harley's strangely phallic dual machine guns, Batman is chased up the street with lead nipping at his heels. "You're no superhero! You're just a crazy billionaire ninja! Nine times out of ten you'll get by with that, but not today, punk!" "Don't-a you make-a me call-a my cousin-a Guido, eh?" Mama said there'd be days like this, there'd be days like this my mama said... "Come on, move! MOVE! God, you run like a girl, you're gonna get us killed!" Poor Joe, engrossed in a too-loud conversation on the street about the embarrassing details of your proctology exam, you're caught completely unawares. That Bluetooth headset you thought was so cool, but only makes it look like you're talking to yourself, won't save you now. For no reason anyone could comprehend, Harley put a burst of lead through the window of the neighborhood's beloved Shroom and Frog store. It could have been worse -- if it had been a rocket it would have destroyed the whole front of the building. Then people would have been forced to go to the other Shroom and Frog store all the way on the other side of town. A few of the surviving frogs decide to make a break for it. *RAT-TAT-TAT-TAT-TAT!!! "Dance! I said DANCE!" *RAT-TAT-TAT-TAT-TAT!!! Sometimes the bad guys do win. Here you see a gold flag with the rare reverse wave. I had always just assumed they were all exactly the same. I found this sufficiently intriguing (did I have an ultra-rare, one-of-a-kind factory error?) that I had to check out all the wavy flags in my collection. Turns out that of forty-nine total flags (that I could find -- there may be more in the unsorted mess bin), five had the reverse wave. About ten percent. I then became curious if the reverse wave flag had its own category on Bricklink -- if you were just that anal-retentive that you had to have your flag flutter the other way, could you specifically order it? Nope, no differentiation between the two. Maybe no one's ever bothered to notice before. An amazing discovery! Another triumph for The Skunk Works! Now go check all your wavy flags, and post the tally in your review. You know you want to.


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