mugshot4-300x224I know I have previously declared (twice now) that we have reached the end of the publication of readers’ mug shots, but the pictures just keep arriving. I have been holding some late arriving pictures on the chance that still others might appear, but rather than let the pictures in hand to go stale, I decided to go ahead and publish them now. I don’t expect any more pictures to arrive, but you never know. There may yet be more pictures to come – and if any of you out there have pictures, please do send them in – but in the meantime here is the latest final round of pictures.


Readers will recall that early last year, I offered to send out a D&O Diary coffee mug to anyone who requested one – for free – but only if the recipient agreed to send me back a picture of the mug and a description of the circumstances in which the picture was taken. In previous posts (here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here , here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here), I published prior rounds of readers’ pictures. I have posted the latest round of readers’ pictures below.


The first picture is from Glenn Dockery, of Paragon Risk Management in Lakeland, Florida.. Glenn reports that the dog’s name is Petey, and that he is “a blue nose pit bull my son rescued from a shelter six years ago.” He adds that “we have had Petey since he was six weeks old and despite his very menacing look, he is very affectionate and social with people and other dogs.”




The next pictures are from Kevin Ishizu, Sharmila Mahendra and Kris Martin of Wells Fargo Insurance Services in San Francisco. Their D&O Diary mug shots were taken at the San Francisco History Museum located at Wells Fargo’s world headquarters. The pictures were taken in front of an authentic Concord Stagecoach used by Wells Fargo in the 1860s.







Thanks to everyone sent in a mug shot as part of this long-running series. It has been great fun receiving the pictures and seeing the amazing diversity of locations where people have taken their mug shots. There is still time for anyone who still wants to send along their own mug shot; I would be delighted to be able to publish yet another round of pictures.    


Cheers to everyone who helped make this series so much fun.