Friday, July 31, 2015

GOODSTUFFs BLOGGING MAGAZINE (201st Issue)

This week, a magnificent Rule 5 photo blog, where Heidi Klum reminisces about Ernest Hemingway

 

GOODSTUFFs Heidi Klum photo album with trivia  
  
  

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I Fooled Millions Into Thinking Chocolate Helps Weight Loss

 

Fritz Dude has a titillating Heidi Klum Rule 5 post

 

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Friday Night Babe is Gigi Hadid!

BeCos(play) It's Friday 

Friday Nite Tite Dresses

Big Boob Friday

LOL NSFW Torpedo Titties

Double Trouble Two's Sexy Red Heads

Rule 5 - Camille Rowe

Rule 5 – Brittany Dailey

Rule 5 - Alicia Vikander





  
 



The Return of Wonder Woman


The pornographic propaganda that was used against Marie Antoinette

Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. CXXXVII)

The new issue of Dark Roasted Blend's "Feel-Good" series

Things You Might Not Know About Marilyn Monroe

The Do-It-Yourself Magazine For Idiots




When astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti left the International Space Station after 199 days, she took up to 15 pictures inside each module. Now, the images have been stitched together to create this interactive panorama.

 

Rusalki was perceived as a female Ghost, Water Nymph, Succubus or Mermaid of an Inorganic Feminine Intelligence, who often dwelled in a waterway.



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 Stalker Chicks Be Like... 

Best of the Web, that Proof Positive has seen this week 

What is happening in Ye Olde Blogosphere? 

Rule 5 — compiled by Wombat-socho: Fightin’ Words

 Neil deGrasse Tyson Says, "Sex in Space is Sufferin Succotash!"

  
Instead of starting your day with comics, you should start with NSFW Fred Dude. It's better for your heart!

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After I read the news, I head over to Glenn (with very expressive eyebrows) Dude's site, for an in depth look at the headlines 

 

Things you Probably didn’t know about Ernest Hemingway 
(like he was a KGB Spy)
  



In the last few years of his life, Ernest Hemingway grew paranoid and talked about FBI spying on him. He was even treated with electroshock therapy as many as 15 times at the recommendation of his physician in 1960. It was later revealed that he was in fact being watched, and Edgar Hoover had personally placed him under surveillance.

  

An interesting photo of Nobel Prize and Pulitzer Prize winning author, Ernest Hemingway, meeting with Fidel Castro in Cuba. Ernest Hemingway lived in and had a home in Cuba from the 1930s to 1959.


How Ernest Hemingway Probably Got Free Beer For Life
Ernest Hemingway actually wrote this sales pitch for Ballantine in 1951:Bob Benchley first introduced me to Ballantine Ale. It has been a good companion ever since.

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You have to work hard to deserve to drink it. But I would rather have a bottle of Ballantine Ale than any other drink after fighting a really big fish. When something has been taken out of you by strenuous exerciseBallantine puts it back in. We keep it iced in the bait box with chunks of ice packed around it. And you ought to taste it on a hot day when you have worked a big marlin fast because there were sharks after him.

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You are tired all the way through. The fish is landed untouched by sharks and you have a bottle of Ballantine cold in your hand and drink it cool, light, and full-bodied, so it tastes good long after you have swallowed it. That's the test of an ale with me: whether it tastes as good afterwards as when it's going down. Ballantine does. -- Ernest Hemingway 





5 comments:

Katy Anders said...

I don't know how I feel about Hemingway.

On one hand, reading a couple paragraphs of one of his short stories always preps me for writing. My own sentences will become shorter and each one will be from a different perspective.

On the other hand, his stuff is mostly about war and/or killing animals, neither of which is exactly my forte.

I guess I'll just shrug and think about Victoria Justice doing that eyebrow thing some more...

LL said...

There is a lot here. I particularly enjoyed the piece on Hemingway. Thanks.

Mike aka Proof said...

Heidi looks good in paint.

cmblake6 said...

Fun. Love your site!

Samuel Gonzalez said...

Thank you so much for the linky love, Goody!