6 Responses to Jenny Dell

  • Jenn(: says:

    Will Sims 3 Run On My Laptop? I have a Dell Inspiron and I have a 64 MB Video Card I recently updated all my drivers, but im still having trouble with it, it freezes in create a sim, it used to run fine i dont know why its not running now, can anyone help me with this without telling me I have to buy a new computer with a 128 mb video card
    THANK YOU. If you need my dxdiag ill be happy to provide you with it if you can truly help me heres my email if you need it : jenny.112896@gmail.com

    • Curator says:

      The minimum system requirements to run sims 3 is 128 MB Video card , So obviously its gonna be slow on your computer … try changing all the graphic related game settings to low .
      Buy a better video card or increase your computers RAM.

    • Curator says:

      Alas, today, 89 years after she first appeared, we are unable to provide a definitive answer with sources.

      The first image (March 15, 1924-December 29, 1927) was known as “Myriad Lady” (aka “Female Roman Soldier”). Regarding the first model, IF there was a model little is known.
      Please see:

      The following is of interest and is taken from

      “The ‘Columbia Lady’ who has worn her toga and held her torch high for most of Columbia Pictures’ seventy-five year history, has a history of her own, although the facts get a little fuzzy in places and are completely missing in others.

      The logo first appeared in 1924, and though multiple models have come forward over the years and claimed to have posed as the original lady, Columbia Pictures themselves (now owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment) says they have no records or documentation to verify any of the claims.

      In Bette Davis’ 1962 autobiography ‘The Lonely Life’, she makes a passing reference to ‘Little CLAUDIA DELL’ [emphasis added], an actress from the 1930s and early ’40s, ‘whose image,’ Bette remarks, ‘was used as Columbia Pictures’ signature for years.’ But there are others. In 1987, ‘People Magazine’ reported that a Texas-born model and Columbia bit-player named AMELIA BATCHLER [empahasis added] had modeled for the logo in 1933. And a February 2001 article in the ‘Chicago Sun-Times’ reported claims by a local woman named JANE BARTHOLOMEW [emphasis added], who worked as an extra at Columbia in the 1930s, that she was the model for the version of the logo that appeared late in that decade. Given the many incarnations of the woman in the logo over the years, it is even possible that all three of these women posed as Miss Liberty at some point, each for a different version of the image.”

      For additional information, please see:
      http://www.closinglogos.com/page/Columbia+Pictures+Industries [an excellent history of the image]
      http://www.myfilmviews.com/2012/01/19/the-story-behind-the-columbia-pictures-logo/ [another excellent history of the image]

  • Zack says:

    What Are Some Good Children Novels? 10 Points(optional)? Im 13 and i want to read some good children novels. i however, don’t want stuff like harry potter or anything in a famous series. i have however, read the percy jackson series and the heros of olympus series. i also don’t want the books to be to short/long, like between 200 and 300 pages. i dont want the book to be before the 70’s, unless it’s really good,REALLY good(not wizard of oz) the book can be for older people, like teenage(like steven king and stuff) i have also heard of the hunger games,artimis fowl,diary of a wimpy kid and twilight. lastly, im in the middle of a series right now, so dont introduce me to one( you can however introduce one thats short, like 2-3 books)

    RECAP:not famous,not short/long,not old,between ages of 10 and 17,not to long of a series
    thank you

    • Curator says:

      Anything by Roald Dahl eg The Twits, The BFG, The Witches etc
      Anything by Paul Jennings
      The Island of the Blue Dolphins by Scott O’Dell
      The Snow Spider by Jenny Nimmo
      The Neverending Story by Michael Ende
      The Narnia Series by CS Lewis
      Space Demons by Gillian Rubenstein
      Black Beauty by Anna Sewell
      Under the Mountain by Maurice Gee
      Any of the Professor Branestawn series by Norman Hunter
      Master of the Grove by Victor Kelleher
      Any of The Follyfoot Collection by Monica Dickens
      Hope you find something you like here, happy reading 🙂

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