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Monday, May 28, 2018

G.I Joe: Lady Jaye

Seeing how today is Memorial Day we should pay tribute to this lovely American soldier. Lady Jaye is a gifted linguist as well as an accomplished actress and mime artist. She has participated in or led many undercover missions for the Joe Team. She is a believer in the saying that "less is more." That is why when she puts on a disguise, she eschews complicated makeup and rubber masks. Instead, she becomes the object of her disguise, right down to movement and mannerisms, even right down to the dialect and accent. It also helps that her genes help her pass for a number of European and Middle Eastern natives. Lady Jaye is educated in Bryn Mawr and Trinity College, Dublin. Aside from Airborne and Ranger training, she is skilled in cryptological linguistics, signals intelligence, and electronic interception analysis. She is just as equally adept at infantry field work and quite enjoys the grunt duty.





























12 comments:

  1. I have fond memories of this show, my parents used to get videos from blockbuBloc and have me watch their childhood shows from the 80's and 90's,my favorites being this, Transformers, and Gargoyles.

    Sucks that Jaye was badly written and made into eye-candy in the movie and butchered her relationship with Flint.

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  2. I have to say this somewhere and I dont know where else or how xD.

    They totally have a barefoot Helen /Elastigirl model at Pixar and are using it! Saw a lovely trailer today xD

    Totally cant wait.

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    1. I saw that trailer watching Solo over the weekend. :-D It looks like it is going to be a great scene. I'm excited for the movie to come out. ^_^

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  3. I remember that episode very well.

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  4. I had two grand parents died during Memorial Day weekend.

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    1. Yeah, it was painful to go through.

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    2. Yeah, my grandpa did his duty back in WWII, and it was terrible for us when he passed back in 2002.

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  5. Not gonna lie, but I am very pleasantly surprised at how well-draw her feet are. They really went all out here.

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