Friday, January 30, 2015

GOODSTUFFs BLOGGING MAGAZINE (175th Issue)

This massive meta blog explores life, the universe and everything. With the Bionic Woman (Lindsay Wagner


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Fembot's Facial Covering 
 
 
 
Plenty of Robot Chicks
 
  
 

In these days of routine breast implants it’s pretty standard to see quite large-breasted women, and it’s getting increasingly rare to see women with smaller cup sizes on TV and in movies. 

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If they made this show today, they wouldn’t stop at fake legs, arm, and ear. Oh, wait, they did remake the show. The Bionic Woman's character was played by Michelle Ryan
 
 

“What I need... is a strong drink and a peer group.” 
― Douglas Adams, Life, the Universe and Everything

 

“The Somebody Else's Problem field is much simpler and more effective, and what's more can be run for over a hundred years on a single torch battery. This is because it relies on people's natural disposition not to see anything they don't want to, weren't expecting, or can't explain.” ― Douglas Adams, Life, the Universe and Everything 

 

“That young girl is one of the least benightedly unintelligent organic life forms it has been my profound lack of pleasure not to be able to avoid meeting.” ― Douglas Adams, Life, the Universe and Everything
 
 
  
“We can't win against obsession. They care, we don't. They win.” 
― Douglas Adams, Life, the Universe and Everything

  

Bionic Woman, a tennis pro, suffers a parachuting accident. She is saved by a special surgery replacing her ear, an arm and both legs with bionic ones. Now she works as a secret agent hidden as a school teacher.

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  “My doctor says that I have a malformed public-duty gland and a natural deficiency in moral fibre and that I am therefore excused from saving universes.” ― Douglas Adams, Life, the Universe and Everything 

 

The Six Most Deadly Super Computers in Cult-TV History 
(and the Four Most Helpful too)
    
 
  
 

FLASHBACK to 29th November 1978: Douglas Adams, author of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, posing with topless model, Page 3 girl and Top of The Pops dancer Sheree Boyland dressed as Trillian, a character in the book
  


Bigfoot believer (the podiatrist) plans IPO to fund Rule 42 search

Rule 42 of Vaginal Kung Fu 

Gwyneth Paltrow's Vagina Steaming

The Reaganite's Rule 42 TGIF Toons

Proof Positive follows Rule 5 and Rule 42 

 

 

Given 27 same-size cubes whose nominal values progress from 1 to 27, a 3×3×3 magic cube can be constructed such that every row, column, and corridor, and every diagonal passing through the center, is composed of 3 cubes whose sum of values is 42.

42: The answer to life, the universe and everything



Rule 5 and Rule 42 is What is happening at the Pirate Cove

Cabaret Magazine Asks the TOUGH Questions of Meg Myles

Donald powers on with the Rule 5 stuff 

Shake It Off with Rule 5 Wombats

Your own personal peep booth, minus the sticky floors.....


 

Long Forgotten Soviet Russian Arcade Games 
   


The Woman with a Thousand Vaginas - Fritz Dude

Charlotte McKinney as the new Kate Upton Celebrities In Carl's Jr Ads

Miss Colombia Paulina Vega 
Crowned Miss Universe 2014 




Great Navy ad


Odysseus is seeing red 

Double Trouble Two observing red 

Scooter, Sissy and Mr. Jangles 
dealing with Super Bowl Fever 

NSFW Fred Dude, the rule 5 wizard 



 

Comet Lovejoy (C/2014 Q2) has been a naked eye comet for dark sky observers for several weeks and has already yielded some stunning images.

The Hubble Telescope recently captured its largest picture ever. At 4.3 gb, and 1.5 billion pixels, it shows our neighbor, the Andromeda Galaxy, in unprecedented detail. Just look at all of the stars, there, and imagine each one of them has one planet in the habitable zone. Who still believes that somewhere, out there, no intelligent life has come to be?

  


Life on Earth began approximately 3.5 billion years ago (Eoarchean Erawhen a bunch of chemicals randomly mixed together and made a long chain of amino acids that form a protein molecule. This was a lengthy process (like natural selection) called Abiogenesis. The chances of this event occurring were next to zero, yet in that moment, Planet Earth awakened. The chances of life happening here were so minuscule, how could it possibly happen again elsewhere?

The odds of you winning the Euromillions are 1 in 116,531,800. You will never win it. But someone will win it almost every week.  Statistically speaking… yes, life is basically impossible. But in the almost infinite vastness of space and time, life may in fact be inevitable.
 
 

“The Guide says there is an art to flying", said Ford, "or rather a knack. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.” - Douglas Adams, Life, the Universe and Everything



"Use the source Goodstuff" - Princess Leia

2 comments:

Katy Anders said...

That's so weird. I found a copy of a giant volume with ALL of the Hitchhiker's series in it in my front yard last night and then you post this?

Synchronicity!

Proof said...

That Campbell's soup...I've had a can of that stuff in my cabinet, it seems like forever!