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Ask Bree Three - November 2006 - Jeeps, Off Road, & Pictures

November 2006

Bree AndreWriterAlan SmithPhotographer

Nearly every show we go to has half-naked ladies running around marketing the latest automotive gadget. This gives us plenty of opportunities to test our best pick-up lines -- real proven winners like, "Hi, I'm a magazine editor with no hope of ever making any real money," or, "Wow! Are those real? Can I touch 'em?" We're not sure why, but we just haven't hit pay dirt - until now. We bumped into Bree and found out she doesn't actually like us, but she likes Jeeps. We hired her so we could keep staring. You can ask her questions and stare at her picture. Run your best pick-up line by her, find out what the hottest Jeep is, or maybe get some beauty and waxing tips like Editor Cappa did. Write 'em up or type them in to:

Jp Magazine
Ask Bree Three
6420 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90048

or e-mail askbreethree@yahoo.com.
For more pics and info about Jp's new staffer, check out www.breeonline.com.

1) Which do you prefer? A Turtleneck sweater or fireman's helmet?
Rommel Woolfe
Las Vegas, Nevada

Geez ... this is pretty evident, in my book. No way on the turtleneck sweater! Well, maybe when I am 70 years old and live in Alaska. I could wear it with a cool tweed coat that has leather elbow patches. Turtlenecks are lame, for the most part, but I can see that they might serve a purpose. I would rather wear a cashmere scarf that I can take on and off though.I have to go with the fireman's helmet. Just based on the fact that it's red and shiny. It could be useful to me in many ways. So just bring your fireman's helmet and nothing else.

2) I am sorry to inform you that my girlfriend has found out about your infatuation with me. Although she seems cool about it, I am going to have to ask if we can be just friends. Is that going to be OK with you?
Charlie MacLeod
(aka Arizona Redneck)

That's cool with me, but I am just curious about how we met in the first place? I can't recall ...Oh yeah, now I remember. It must have been in one of your dreams.

3) So what are the three most important things you've learned?
Paul Vaughan
Via e-mail

The three most important things I have learned are: to tell the truth, try to get good karma, and live life to the fullest.Telling the truth is probably the hardest thing for most individuals. I think people that lie eventually get caught. How can they sleep at night? Personally, I suck at lying. So over the years I have learned to be honest with myself and others.Three quotes to live by: "For love not money," "Don't lose sight of the big picture," and "Believe nothing that you hear and only half of what you see."