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  • ba: noun; Egyptian Religion: an aspect of the soul.

    I have a public image to uphold, and that image is as follows:

    In the sixties, we called it the 'pressed ham effect'... 'Mooning' was what it was called before that...

    During the coldest parts of our winters, while riding as a passenger on automotive cruises with friends, ('tooling the gut' as it was referred to in Spokane, Washington. and there; where I was born, we would cruise Riverside Avenue all night long on weekends and holidays.), there were certain protocols that had to be observed as a result of the weather. During such cruises, in order to proffer a 'ba', one did not open the car window. Instead, one would drop their drawers, and press the body part they wished to exhibit against the glass firmly, keeping it warm for others in the vehicle. Ergo, the 'pressed ham effect'. The ham part I'm sure y'all can figure out.

    This then, would be the personal image I would like to be remembered for; always getting to the seat of the matter.
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