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Kate Moreau

Kate Moreau was my least favorite love interest for Neal. She was a vapid gold digger who used Neal the way she used Adler and Keller and probably several other men to get what she wanted. Kate knew she had one thing in her favor and she needed to cash in on it with a single score right NOW. Her entire purpose in life was to get that big score. She didn’t care about nor have time for love.

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31 May 2019 @ 10:19 pm

15 icons as part of a multifandom post :)

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20 December 2017 @ 08:56 pm
35 White Collar Icons: They are all about the main character Neal Caffrey, some are related to Christmas/Holidays.

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This post also includes 25 icons from Buffy The Vampire Slayer and 50 Stock icons.
30 September 2017 @ 08:22 pm

Part of a post of multifandom icons done for challenges :)

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14 July 2017 @ 03:43 pm

Just a half dozen icons as part of two multifannish posts on my LJ...

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Neal's next heist:

A unique, hand-crafted chess set, made from gold, silver, and semi-precious stones. Only $1,650,000 if you prefer legal means of acquisition.

Neal thinks it will make a perfect gift for Moz for the upcoming Grassy Knoll Day.
09 July 2016 @ 08:43 am
I just read an article in the 7/4/16 issue of The New Yorker magazine that strongly reminded me of what Neal might have become post-series under a new alias.

The article is called "Swimming with Sharks" and is about a man named Loïc Gouzer, who is thirty-six and Swiss, and has worked as a modern art specialist in the art auction world (London and New York, Sotheby's and Christie's) for most of his career.

Below I have included excerpts from the article that struck me as how Gouzer could be a version of Neal Caffrey - you know, one that's chosen to go "straight" (aka work legally), but is still pushing boundaries, chafing against authority (especially in the forms of convention and tradition), exercising his love of risk-taking (physical and "work"-related), using his people skills, and his talent for creative thinking. And his love and knowledge or art, naturally :-)

I'm not sure how long the New Yorker keeps links to its articles available to non-subscribers, so if you want to read the whole article (recommended :-) then you'll want to do so soon. Otherwise, enjoy the excerpts under the cut :D

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