Friday, September 19, 2014

GOODSTUFFs BLOGGING MAGAZINE (156th Issue)


 

Most pirate expressions are exclamations. Hey, pirates can be a little dramatic at times.

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Penelope Cruz NSFW

Penelope Cruz the Spanish enchantress


Campari Calendar with Penelope Cruz

 

Life and Times of Anne Bonny

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The Pirates of the Caribbean encyclopedia

Anglosphere Navies vs. Cuban Pirates, 1820s

  
Avast, me proud beauty! Wanna know why my Roger is so Jolly?

How Not to Repel Pirates 
 
 

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Oversized Pirate Photo Gallery
(pirate stuff you can use)  
 

Brought yourself here, I want to told you a 

Sea Story 

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Chinese Cuban  古巴华人

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Piracy was in the eye of the beholder; what European colonials called "piracy" was often seen as perfectly normal trading and raiding by some local Southeast Asian peoples. Nevertheless, because of the region's complex maritime geography, piracy became a potent (and disruptive) force in 19th century Southeast Asia, much as it remains so today. Piratical attacks occurred from the South China Sea down to the waters of the Java Sea, and up again through the notorious Straits of Malacca. The rewards for piracy were enormous: ship holds of passing traders were filled to overflow with spices, coins, horns (used for medicine) and rare woods (all seen here.) The punishments for piracy were equally extreme, however; hangings and summary executions were not uncommon. Rarely, we can get a glimpse of these patterns through the people most effected:

 
 

Shipping losses to piracy in the South China Sea 

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NSFW Fred Dude, the King of Rule 5 blogging



Rule 5 - Penelope Cruz

Open Your Eyes for Penélope Cruz

Anatomy of a Sailor (Popeye)

Donald at American power

Gene's Linkfest with Taylor Swift

Double Trouble Two Rule 5 NSFW (Boobs)



 

Killer Lobby Cards of 1960s-80s Cinema



Rule 5: The Man Who Saved Britain(James Bond)

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Jill St John / Honor Blackman / Lana Wood 
     (Tiffany Case)  Pussy Galore)  (Plenty O' Tool)

 has all the rule 5 vintage and retro chicks



Dry Roasted Blend's Feel Good Issue #22
Glenn, the Instapundit news hound

The Road to Miss Suomi (Finland) 2014

Prayuth’s novelty is wearing off and he is upsetting a bunch of Thais. An example... Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, who is also the army chief, told government officials. But “can they be safe in bikinis… unless they are not beautiful?” he said, addressing the issue of tourist safety in a speech broadcast live on television.


 

Yarrr! This shivers me science parts!

Rosetta flight path from launch to landing on the comet
(Click on the page to enter the interactive mode and the click "Land on a Comet" in the bottom right)

Think for a second, we are seeing the 2D mapping. It's really 3D navigation. The thought that someone calculated this and thought, "yeah, that will work" and it actually works blows my mind...

The Rosetta spacecraft has discovered all the elements of life in the gases jetting from Comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko
 


Cool Fantasy Art


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Hanging out with Jimmy Buffet


Some fun animation; for puppy lovers...


   

"Use the source GOODSTUFF" - Princess Leia

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

On your latest post, you included a link which appears to point to information about the Rosetta spacecraft. However, it took me to a site which lists Rod Sulik's blogs on the Blogger site.

GOODSTUFF said...

OK, the links were changed... not to sure what happened. maybe the ads at the linked sites

the checking out boobs gif was transferred to another hosting site

Chromodynamix said...

The worst pirate torture?
They'd cut open your stomach, tie an end of the intestine to a sword stuck in the deck, then make you dance around it until you collapsed and died!

GOODSTUFF said...

hat tip to Edward

Why can't pirates play cards?
Because they're always standing on the deck!

What is a pirate's favourite subject?
Arrrrrrt

Why does it take pirates so long to learn the alphabet?
Because they spend years at C

What happened when Bluebeard the Pirate fell into the Red Sea?
He got Marooned

How do pirates know they exist?
They think, therefore they arrrr

How much did the pirate pay for his peg-leg and hook?
An arm and a leg

Why are pirates called pirates?
Because they arrrrr

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Oh no ... Keira Knightley is missing.

GOODSTUFF said...

PIRATES!!! - Pirate Movie Poster Megapost!!
Arrr, ye land lubbers! Enjoy these posters, or it'll be walkin the plank and sleepin' with the fishes yea'll be doin' ya scurvy dogs!!

http://vintage-ads.livejournal.com/6351706.html

GOODSTUFF said...

Happy International Talk Like A Pirate Day 2015! (Sticky For Day)

http://www.thepiratescove.us/2015/09/19/happy-international-talk-like-a-pirate-day-2015-sticky-for-day/

GOODSTUFF said...

WE’RE HOOKED ON PIRATE PARODIES!
Ahoy, to our crew of comic lovers! We hope you’ve been practicing your “arrr!” and “aye aye, captain,” because today (September 19) is International Talk Like a Pirate Day!

With a treasure chest full of pirate parodies on GoComics, featuring the most comical captains and funniest first mates to ever set sail, we couldn’t wait to kick off today’s celebration!
http://blogs.gocomics.com/2015/09/were-hooked-on-pirate-parodies.html