Categories PUNCHING DAY The Ads of True Crime Magazine Post author By Robert Brockway Post date 07/28/2020 To view this content, you must be a member of 1900HOTDOG's Patreon Unlock with PatreonAlready a qualifying Patreon member? Refresh to access this content. Post author By Robert Brockway Post date 07/28/2020 Tags old magazines 15 Comments on The Ads of True Crime Magazine ← Let’s Read: How to Dominate Women → The Mighty Foes of Iron Fist! 🌭 15 replies on “The Ads of True Crime Magazine” I understand that Poxco ad is quite old, but I’m not sure we are allowed to say “jiggaroon” anymore. Oh we never were. It was always offensive, even back in the good ol’ days when you could spit right in an orphan’s eye so long as their tan was darker than yours. Ugh to live in those times, when a pale white man in America finally had some privilege! And syphilis! What a time to be alive. Two dollars would get you so much! Incense, hookers, quack magic, babies, prescription heroin, hate crimes… Unrelated, “eleven inch solid slab of crazy” is what I lovingly call my weiner after reading your guy’s article on helping. Jelqing dammit. Jelqing IS helping. This is my very favorite type of article! Thanks! This is my very favorite type of comment. Thanks! I keep trying to enlarge the image of the debonaire, blind folded gentleman urging me to know my prostate. So unfair to withold that kind of knowledge from us! I think it might be illegal to repeat what 1930s amateur law enforcement aficionados wanted to do to your prostate. The jig is up. It is jelqing. I don’t think the standards to be a cop have actually changed at all since this magazine was printed. I can’t help but imagine how slow mail delivery was when the poor mailman had to make change for every random psychopath on his route. Dynamite on every page is a phrase that needs to make a comeback Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.