Tuesday, February 05, 2013

A Scantily Clad Natasha Enjoys the Decline

Natasha is enjoying the decline...probably more than most!  You should too!



































On a related note we will be continuing the "pretty ladies" segment of advertising "Enjoy the Decline" because...well...we'd be insane not to.  If you are so bold (and are of the female persuasion obviously) you may e-mail your picture to the ole Captain at "CAPTcapitalism -at- yahoo (dot) com"  Just ensure to have a copy of the book in the picture.  You may CERTAINLY dress a bit more provocatively not just because it will boost sales, but as it just so happens we're kicking around doing a 1940's pin up girl themed calendar with the lovely ladies of Cappy Cap. 

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yeah. I can definitely see her on the nose of a B-25. Awesome nose art. On Kindle or otherwise.

Rumbear said...

Yur next book should be "Enjoy the Recline." Have ROOSH review it.

Anonymous said...

oh, I thought you guys broke up. I am totally glad you are still together.

Hot Sam said...

Well, that's certainly worth a few bucks.

Anonymous said...

Gettin' pudgy there.

Anonymous said...

The Cappy is a smart Chappy but I sense some danger here. “A scantly clad” Natasha? Indeed, Captain Capitalism, indeed. But this does seem a little too easy.

Little black outfit. Broad prettier smile engulfed in an abundance of flowing hair that doesn’t detract anyway from those cutting Great Barrier Reef-blue eyes. This may be all too easy and indicate an agent provocateur from the insidious Left. Fair warning, Captain, unless I’m missing something? Hmmm? Let me have yet another look …

Oh, now I see it. She’s holding your book!

How easy the peripheral vision can be clouded by a scantly clad lassie. Just the same, Cappy, tangle with caution when you get around to doing the Texas two step with a girl named Natasha.

Sebastos Robert said...

That woman. The most charming face I have ever laid eyes on. Maybe it's because she reminds me of my mother so much. Anyway. Women should aspire to that.