Friday, September 2, 2016


Martine Beswick (the James Bond chick) is hosting this stupendous Rule 5 meta blog post because I'm rejecting reality this week...

Martine Beswick got her start by appearing in some James Bond flicks. Martine Beswick was also a Hammer honey, did some spaghetti westerns and was in a little soft porn

Martine Beswick with the Mochoo Dude

Martine Beswick cheesecake stuff

Martine Beswick developed something of a reputation for catfights, going mano a mano with Raquel Welch in the caveman flick One Million Years BC. 

The burkini ban in France is nothing but a product of political opportunism. With the proximity of elections looming, shortsighted politicking is the only consideration that matters. Local petty political chieftains would rather provoke national turbulence merely to win a local council seat than do what is in their country’s national interest. 

Burkini is Back: French Court Overturns The Ban 
This illustrated guide tells you what to do when you see Islamophobia

 An important public service announcement 

The 9 Most Feminist Ad Campaigns Of All Time 

The year was 1967. And in the real world, Leo Burnett was developing Virginia Slims for Philip Morris. The magazine and TV campaign launched the following summer, and it was an instant success. But according to Burnett VP and creative director Hal Weinstein, the pitch for this “women only” product was actually created by a team of 15 men.

Annoying Social Justice Warriors and Cultural Appropriation 

 In 1976, NASA began releasing a magazine to summarize its influence on civilian items. Aptly titled Spinoff, each issue is 100-plus pages of essential nerd material and trivia fodder, charting the diaspora of space technology.

Europa photographed in front of the Great Red Spot on Jupiter
Will Juno’s Instruments Observe the Moons of Jupiter? It is not easy to observe Jupiter’s moons as more than points of light with Juno, because Juno will never get very close to any of the moons. 
Recently about reports that a group of Russian astronomers have detected a strong signal coming from a distant star (HD164595) that could be a sign of a high-technology civilization. Here’s my reaction: it’s interesting, but it’s definitely not the sign of an alien civilization - at least not yet....

Given the fact that a signal coming from a distance of 94 light years away and with no immediate recurrence, the amount of energy behind this outburst of signal must be very strong indeed. If there are alien races living all over our galaxy, the rate of evolution in their technologies should vary greatly. Don't forget that our first nuclear explosion had only occurred in 1945. This SETI signal may very well be the first nuclear explosion occurred more than 94 years ago on HD164595b. 

Vintage Sci-Fi - Watch War of the Robots (1978)

When A Girl Is A Teaser – How To Spot Those Bad Girls in 1952 

Dropbox hackers stole 68 million passwords - check if you're affected 

Kelly Gale - Recommended Hotness

As usual, the following Rule 5 links may lead to pictures commonly described as Not Safe For Work, so exercise discretion in your clicking. Management is not responsible for hair loss, sudden weight gain, excessive flatulence, sore gums, inflamed bowels, or flat feet. 

Hot Women of Burning Man - Festival turns 30 years old 
Burning Man festival celebrates its 30th birthday
A 1920s Road Trip through Death Valley (great link)

Big Boob Friday with September Carrino

Friday Night Babe is Zoie Palmer

It's Friday People...

BeCos(play) It's Friday

Cosplay this week


More Girls Of The Redheaded Rebellion

And now Porcelain...

Archie's Gonna Be Seeing Red...

Recommended Hotness - Taylor Greene

Vintage Babe of the Week is

Who The Fahk is JoJo?

Sultress - Senta Berger

A gallery of famous Hollywood stars that posed for Playboy.

Vintage Sleaze and Pulp Erotic

"The best posts I have seen this week" - Proof Positive Dude

What is happening in Ye Olde Blogosphere?

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

Rodney's far out space

NSFW Fred Dude the virtuoso blogger 

Bummin' Around In Brazil...

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