Friday, September 9, 2016

GOODSTUFFs BLOGGING MAGAZINE (258th Issue)

This super colossal meta blog post boldly explores Sybil Danning, science and udder sci-fi chicks!


Sybil Danning the T AND A Queen! A selling point of many a movie back in the day, but the greatest thing about her was that you can tell she didn’t mind, just so long as they made her a strong woman in the movie. Amazon, Warrior Princess, Barbarian Queen, Assassin, ect…  


   
Here's a fun, campy clip:  Sybil Danning's Adventure Video is imitation of the Elvira-hosted horror shows introduces Space 1999: Alien Attack


Sybil Danning with the NSFW Mocho Dude

  
Miss January at the Hero Press : Sybil Danning 



Miss NASA
  
From the 1950s to the 1970s, several NASA installations started the tradition of hosting beauty pageants and crowning space queens. The Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the Lewis Space Center (later known as the Glenn Research Center), and the Johnson Space Center each respectively held “Miss Guided Missile” (later “Queen of Outer Space”), “Miss NASA,” and “Lunar Landing Festival Queen.” The contestants were female employees of NASA. Although the winners of these contests were smiling and posing in photographs, many women did not approve of the pageants. In fact, their disapproval was so strong that during the Lunar Landing Festival Queen contest, a group of feminists swapped the ordinary ballot with a mock ballot, which listed 45 male NASA workers who could be voted as the “King of the court” or the “Boy of the court.” The men were shocked, security was called, and all the ballots were collected. However, mock ballot results, which portrayed caricatures of the male winners, were distributed by the zealous feminists overnight, deeply upsetting all but one male NASA worker.Other NASA installations had already ended these space beauty pageants, and shortly after this incident, the Johnson Space Center also put an end to their annual Lunar Landing Festival Queen celebration.



Following the conclusion of Dawn's ambitious 8.8-year prime mission on June 30, the spacecraft has been gathering a wealth of data with all sensors in its extended mission as it orbits closer to Ceres than the International Space Station is to Earth. When the adventurer descended to its current orbital altitude of 240 miles (385 kilometers) in December 2015, mission controllers had planned for only a few months of operations. Because of the prior failure of two reaction wheels, used for orienting the craft in space, Dawn had to rely on the creativity of the team to stretch the dwindling supply of hydrazine to keep the ship operating. No one on the team expected their efforts to be as productive as they turned out to be, allowing the mission to continue much longer. Now Dawn has completed more than eight months of virtually flawless activities at this altitude, over 1,100 orbital revolutions, returning far, far more data than ever anticipated. 

Gene Roddenberry in a brown suit


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1976 : The Shuttle Enterprise, about to embark on a continuing mission to test in-atmosphere flight, and never quite get into space. The Shuttle Enterprise's rollout ceremony with most of the main cast from Star Trek was neither the first or last collaboration between NASA and Star Trek.

The Shuttle Enterprise earned its name partly due to a fan write-in campaign, an impressive feat in the dates before the internet made coordination simpler. The prototype shuttle served as a full-scale flight-test vehicle on how to use winged craft for spaceflight.

Built without functional engines or a heat shield, the Shuttle Enterprise never went into orbit. Instead, it was the first craft in the Approach and Landing Test program, and was essential for development of the reusable shuttle program. The Shuttle Enterprise was carried high into the atmosphere by a modified Boeing 747 (the creatively-named Shuttle Carrier Aircraft). Once the Shuttle Enterprise was released, the vehicles would drift apart, taking about 1.5 seconds for the shuttle to lift and the 747 to descend. This is when the real test portion of the flights began, checking out the shuttle's aerodynamic flight control systems and subsonic handling characteristic during the free flight (without main engines, it was more of a controlled free-fall) back to Earth.


    

 Happy 50th Anniversary Star Trek!
  
 

Philae spotted on the surface of comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko

5 September 2016 : Less than a month before the end of the mission, Rosetta’s high-resolution camera has revealed the Philae lander wedged into a dark crack on Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko.

Opportunity got in the groove at Endeavour Crater in August finishing the last of her science assignments in Marathon Valley, the Mars Exploration Rovers (MER) team prepared for departure, keen and so ready to drive into its tenth mission extension, and all was right with the world on the Red Planet. 

Jovian Poles and Auroras


Burning Man Mutant Vehicles 

Burning Man Hate Week 

Hooligans vandalizes luxury Burning Man camp 

Burning Man Marred By Class Envy

Strong Women Showing Off 
A notable strong woman Kate Roberts went by the intimidating name “Vulcana.” In addition to her muscular build and ability to lift heavy weights she has some fascinating superhero-style folklore attached to her. In addition to saving a couple of drowning kids, Vulcana dragged an unfortunate would-be purse snatcher who tried to steal her handbag all the way to the police station by herself. According to various historians Vulcana also freed a wagon that had become stuck in a ditch in front of a crowd of awestruck Londoners. 

And you guys never thought you'd actually WANT to see Jenny's Junk.


The Vault of the Atomic Space Age



In Search of Pagan Hollywood





Who’s ever heard of Frank Reade?
 The world’s first science fiction periodical, Frank Reade dime-novels had helicopters and airships before Jules Verne 
     

Frank Reade Jr. was a busy guy, usually off fighting sea monsters with his machines, discovering lost gold or killing an astonishing amount of Native Americans. Yep, Frank Reade Jr., was not just a brilliant “superhero” inventor, he was also an unashamed imperialist. And while the adventures and the inventions themselves are the most important parts of the stories, there are strong undertones of imperialism and white supremacy throughout the series. Frank Reade behaves a bit like a bull in a colonial china shop; crash-landing in foreign territories, using his machines to bulldoze through native tribes and then claim their treasure.



Yvonne Craig appeared on Star Trek: The Original Series, 
playing Marta in the episode "Whom Gods Destroy".


Many of the following Rule 5 links are to pics generally considered NSFW, and failure to exercise discretion in the timing and location of your clicking may lead to many unpleasant consequences at the hands of the Matriarchy types. The Management is not responsible for whatever consequences ensue from your lack of discretion 




Big Boob Friday with Sammy Braddy

Friday Night Babe is Abigail Spencer


Friday Femme Fatale

BeCos(play) It's Friday






Girls Of The Redheaded Rebellion

Sultress - Amy Adams

The Redheaded Rebellion Spotlight - Sophie Coady

Playboy Poser Faces Pokey over Photo





Barbara Bouchet


Vintage Babe of the Week is
Barbara Bouchet (Star Trek Babe)

There is a slight chill in the air...


"Mi amiga con muy tetas grande" - Salma Hayek

Carroll Baker - Rule 5

Rule 5 - Melissa Satta

Department store mannequin's huge tits




"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. CXCXV)

Rodney's far out space 




NSFW Fred Dude the marvelous blogger 

   
May Gene Roddenberry’s vision of humanity’s future live long and prosper...



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