Friday, December 19, 2014


In this over sized issue, Jamie Lee Curtis presents a timeline of China's Space Program. Plus, Rolene Strauss is not sponsored by the neat and groovy 7 UP ad campaign 


Jamie Lee Curtis - Trading Places - NSFW 

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Crises and Collective Panics of the 1970s 

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Jamie Lee Curtis Timeline (movies)


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Looks like Jamie Lee Curtis had too much probiotic yogurt

Jamie Lee Curtis, who for two decades has been saddled with rumors that she was a hermaphrodite at birth. This has never been proven, mind you, but most folks seem satisfied with the argument that the info was passed along by a friend of a friend who happens to know a doctor who was told about it once in medical school, so it has to be true lies


The Sexy Season with Grandma! Do we need to lock Granny in the closet? Inquiring minds want to know!

History of the Seven Up Company's Lithiated Lemon Soda

7 UP : It was never completely clear what the name referred to but despite the company’s secrecy over the matter there isn't a good reason to think that it’s not named after the drink’s seven ingredients. An original tagline went: “Seven natural flavors blended into a savory, flavory drink with a real wallop.” One of those ingredients, of course, was lithium and that might have been the ‘Up’ bit in the name.

The Fabulous Psychedelic 7-Up Ads 1969-1973

Lithium citrate (Lith-ee-um sit-rate) is a medicine which is used in depression, bipolar disorder, mania, self-harming behavior and treating aggressive behavior.

The US Government banned lithium citrate use in foodstuffs in 1948 and, presumably with a licence to delay, 7 Up stopped including lithium citrate in its recipe two years later.

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YouTube Gets A Built-In GIF Creator
Gifs That Explain How Things Work 
13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. CIV)
This week's Rule 5 spectacular is Keri Russell, who stars in the Americans 
Where does radio conquer streaming? Only everywhere. But if you want specifics, the Dudes at a Beer For the Shower  give you a list. Starting with...

Rule 5 : Relay Breakdown : compiled by Wombat-socho      Rule 5 : Bubba's Christmas Edition    Flexibility is so good for you!    Miss Agnetis Miracle (AKA Duana) boobs weigh 6.2 Lbs (2.8kg) EACH  
Christina Hendricks has a secret...        Rule 5 - Happy Hanukkah  Rule Fiver Elf      Sorta Blogless Rule 5
The Origins of ten Popular Christmas Carols
A huge collection of Twisted Christmas stuff         Dark Days with boobs on a Gothic Chick 
   The King of Rule 5 and udder stuff NSFW Fred Dude    Dark Roasted Blend's link latte (226) Glenn at Instapundit blogs all the stuff that's worth the clicks   
 Victoria's Secret Angels sing Deck the Halls 
La Senza presents The Cup Size Choir 
Victoria's Secret sexy Christmas commercial 
Victoria’s Secret Angel Outtakes
Frederick's of Hollywood Christmas Catalogs       Mad, Sexist and Above All Brilliant Vintage Christmas Ads      Victoria’s Secret Fashion Chicks

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In the early 1970s, the Chinese space program was brought to a halt as a result of the political turmoil of the Cultural Revolution. After Deng Xiaoping returned to power in the later 1970s, the program was revived in the 1980s. 
Clearly, the military industrial complex also benefitted greatly from this development, thus enabling the People's Liberation Army to demonstrate how well it responded to the political demands to modernize. 
Space also appealed to the popular imagination, as can be seen from the relatively abundant use of space-related imagery in posters published in the 1980s and 1990s.
Shenzhou I (Nov 20-21, 1999)
Shenzhou I is the first unmanned test spaceship to be launched under the China manned space program. The flight lasts 21 hours. It is also the first flight test for the Long March-2F carrier rocket. 
• Shenzhou II (Jan 10-16, 2001)
China's second unmanned spaceship, Shenzhou II, is in space for nearly seven days. 
Shenzhou III (March 25-April 1, 2002)
The third unmanned spacecraft has a human metabolism simulating device, medical monitors and radiation environment monitoring equipment. Unlike the two previous space vehicles, the spacecraft has emergency rescue functions during the standby and launch periods.
• Shenzhou IV (Dec 30, 2002-Jan 5, 2003)
The fourth unmanned flight is in space for six days and 18 hours. It unfolds solar cell arrays, changes orbit and conducts orbit maintenance. 
• Shenzhou V (Oct 15-16, 2003)
The first Chinese astronaut, Yang Liwei, goes into space on a trip that is 21 hours and 23 minutes long, marking a milestone in China's space history. 
• Shenzhou VI (Oct 12-17, 2005)
The second manned space flight sends Fei Junlong and Nie Haisheng on China's first "multi-person and multi-day" space flight. 
 • Shenzhou VII (Sept 25-28, 2008)
The third manned spacecraft sends Zhai Zhigang, Liu Boming and Jing Haipeng into space. Zhai accomplishes the first space walk, making China the third country to independently master the key technologies of extravehicular activity.
 • Shenzhou VIII (Nov 1-17, 2011)
The unmanned spacecraft completes China's first unmanned space rendezvous and docking with the unmanned Tiangong-1 space module.
• Shenzhou IX (June 16-29, 2012)
The fourth manned spacecraft carries Jing Haipeng, Liu Wang and Liu Yang into orbit. Liu Yang is the first Chinese woman in space. The mission conducts an automated docking, and the country's first manual docking with the unmanned Tiangong-1 space module.
• Shenzhou X (June 11-26, 2013)
The fifth manned spacecraft carries Nie Haisheng, Zhang Xiaoguang and Wang Yaping into space. Wang is the second Chinese woman in space and the first to give a lecture from space to school students. The astronauts will also conduct two more space docking tests, one automatic and one manual. 
Shenzhou XI (Dec 14, 2013 --  )
The lunar probe “Chang’e III” successfully conducts a soft landing maneuver on the moon. The rover “Jade Rabbit” separates from the lander and rolls on the surfaces of the moon 
There Are Those Who Believe
The Ancient Astronaut Craze of the 1970s and 1980s 

Our home is on the northern edge of Goodstuff's lunar crater and we are claiming squatters rights.     We are also claiming mineral and ice rights on the northern ridge and slopes of Goodstuff crater. Furthermore, we have the right of surface and space access to our home.    
The intent of this declaration is to give future Goodstuff’s Cyber World generations a “lunar advantage”.
Politics no problem, say US and Russian spacefarers     
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The genetically modified Rolene Strauss (a test tube baby) is the new Miss World (2014). Remember, technology 21 years ago would not enable genetic modifications 
Pictures of America Beauty Pageants since the 1920s
"Use the source Goodstuff" - Princess Leia

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

You might mention that the Clinton administration allowed American satellites to be launched from Chinese boosters. Strangely enough, the company (Loral)CEO (Bernard Schwartz)that wanted to boost profits by using the Chinese was a huge Clinton campaign contributor. As it turns out, in order to make sure their satellites didn't end up in some Chinese village instead of GEO it was necessary for the company to "share" some tech secrets with the PRC engineers which allowed them to improve their boosters in a timely manner - also their ICBMs but no need to mention that.