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Season3: Eps 14 - Sin in the City 2 (photo story)
In a Park, Somewhere in the City...
Kumi: "So, exactly when did you and Wren hook up, Fletch? I say it was when you were in law school. Harvard's in Boston after all."
Fletcher: *sighs exasperatedly* "For the millionth time, Sweet Tater, I can't tell you anything. I gave my word to the lady, and a gentleman keeps his word."
Kumi: "Wren's no lady, and you're no gentleman, so...*pinches Fletcher's arm hard*...spill!"
Fletcher: "OUCH! Dammit, Kumi! Don't make me hogtie you and leave you out in the sun to roast!"
Kumi: "Tell me! I can't stand not knowing, and Wren keeps playing the 'My ribs are cracked and I'm in pain!' card on me. I can't pinch her without looking like a complete witch with a 'b'."
Fletcher: "And when have you ever worried about that, darlin'?"
Kumi: *pinches Fletcher again*
Fletcher: "OW! QUIT. IT." *catches Kumi's hand before she can pinch him again*
**Any doll enhancements (i.e. freckles, piercings, eye color changes) were done by me unless otherwise stated.**
Skirt: Momoko - Wild 'n' Sexy Tune Doll
Top: Volks - WTG - Natural Love
Belt: Cangaway (Etsy.com)
Shoes: Mattel - Fashion Fever Closet
Gumball Bracelets: Knife's Edge Designs (Me)
Doll is a Nu.Fantasy Wild Wolf Kumi transplanted to a NuFace body.
Shorts: Kelsie of Mutant Goldfish Designs
Shirt: Volks - WTG - Selfish
Belt: Miema (Etsy.com)
Shoes: Volks - WTG - Soul Drive
Doll is a Raw Appeal Lukas
Jeans: Kelsie of Mutant Goldfish Designs
Shirt: Miema (Etsy.com)
Sneakers: Fashion Royalty - Homme - Euro-Classic Fashion
Doll is a Turning Heads Pierre
Josiah Parsons Cooke, Harvard Professor, 1871, Albumen Cabinet Card
Written on reverse: "Josiah P. Cooke, A.M., Professor of Chemestry & Mineralogy, Harvard College, 1871."
"Warren's Portraits, 465 Washington, Street, Boston"
Josiah Parsons Cooke (October 12, 1827 – September 3, 1894), son of laywer Josiah Parsons Cooke and Mary Pratt, was an American scientist who worked at Harvard University and was instrumental in the measurement of atomic weights, inspiring America's first Nobel laureate in chemistry, Theodore Richards, to pursue similar research. Cooke's 1854 paper on atomic weights has been said to foreshadow the periodic law developed later by Mendeleev and others. Historian I. Bernard Cohen described Cooke "as the first university chemist to do truly distinguished work in the field of chemistry" in the United States.
Life and work
Josiah Parsons Cooke was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1827. He attended Boston Latin School and as a teenager set up his own chemical laboratory, partly due to an interest sparked by lectures of Yale's Benjamin Silliman. The teaching of chemistry at Harvard was in poor shape at this time, so after Cooke entered the university in 1843 he continued to be largely self-taught in the subject. Cooke graduated from Harvard in 1848 with an A.B., and became a mathematics tutor there the following year. In 1850 he was elected the Erving Professor of Chemistry and Mineralogy at Harvard, although he had had little formal education in chemistry.
He married Mary Hinkley Huntingdon, daughter of Elisha Huntingdon and Hannah Hinkley on 6 September, 1861. Mary was born on 3 September, 1833, in Lowell, Massachusetts. She died 21 May, 1911. They had no children.
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