Friday, September 16, 2016

GOODSTUFFs BLOGGING MAGAZINE (259th Issue)

Young Jane Seymour (the James Bond chick, "Solitaire") leads this far-reaching meta blog post! Plus fascinating science with Irish McCalla  

  
More naughty Jane Seymour photos


Enjoy some cheesecake with Jane Seymour 

  
Some mildly rude B/W photos of Jane Seymour


Jane Seymour In REX Magazine No.9 From 1973 


James Bond - Live and Let Die (the whole movie)

WOW - Live and Let Die 007 crocodile stunt 

Ross Kananga (credited as "stunt coordinator") was the owner of the crocodile farm in which Bond escapes some hungry reptiles. Kananga did this stunt by himself wearing Roger Moore's clothes and shoes made of crocodile skin. The crocodile shoes was a fun idea of Roger Moore. It took five attempts to complete the stunt. During the fourth attempt, one of the crocodiles snapped at one of the shoes as it went by. The producers (while scouting locations) first took notice of Ross Kananga's farm from the sign out front which read: "WARNING; TRESPASSERS WILL BE EATEN." This sign can be seen in the finished film. 

Ian Fleming based the Bond Girl Solitaire's name on the Jamaican Solitaire bird. Her actual full name in the novel is Simone Latrelle but this is never mentioned in this movie. 


Photos from Inside NORAD's Cheyenne Mountain Combat Center
   


Race To Avert Asteroid Apocalypse?

NASA spacecraft Osiris-Rex is on way to Bennu, an asteroid, to bring back samples 

Voyager's Jupiter Data 

The astronomy world is abuzz today because of ESA's announcement of the first release of data from the Gaia mission. Gaia is a five-year mission that will eventually measure the positions and motions of billions of stars; this first data release includes positions for 1.1 billion of them, and proper motions for 2 million. The map does not show all 1.1 billion stars; rather it's a map of the density of stars that Gaia has measured so far, with brighter areas corresponding to more stars.



Scientists have examined cosmic radiation left over from the Big Bang to put an end to a long-standing debate over whether the Universe is the same in all directions, or if it’s aligned on some kind of spin axis. It turns out that in our rapidly expanding Universe, there is no 'preferred' direction of expansion - the Universe is expanding in every direction at exactly the same rate. And while that’s good news for our current cosmological models, it’s bad news for Einstein’s famous field equations.


Deep Ocean Dwellers (infographic)



Tour of the amazing art installations at Burning Man 2016
  
Anonymous Terror Group Claims Responsibility For Burning Man Attacks 

Tom Tomorrow


The Rule 5 meta blog post compiled by the Wombat Dude

     
Irish McCalla, the towering beauty who posed for Vargas, and then found fame as “Sheena, Queen of the Jungle” was tough to measure-up against. Irish McCalla grew up humbly, forever the athletic tomboy, and even did her own vine-swinging and tree-climbing with her pet chimp, Chim, on “Sheena” until the day Irish McCalla misjudged a vine swing and crashed into it tree, smashing her knee. After that, the producers did the only thing they could do (due to her size), they hired male stunt men, and dressed them in leopard skins and blond wigs. 



Reliving The Bettie Page Comics 


Anne Francis

Elly Tran Ha (no watermarks)

Fred Dude's Friday Babes

Big Boob Friday with  Lana Kendrick

Friday Night Babe is Clémence Poésy

Rule 5 - Anne Francis

Friday Femme Fatale

BeCos(play) It's Friday







Vintage Adult Adverts from the Late 1960s 




12 Pack Of Red Kryptonite 

Vintage Babe of the Week is Anita Ekberg 

Kate Upton defends the National Anthem 



Rule 5 - Rayla Jacunda




Recommended Hotness -  Sara Jean Underwood
Sally Rand and her giant bubble
"I haven’t been out of work since the day I took my pants off."  - Sally Rand 



"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. CXCXVI)

Rodney's far out space



NSFW Fred Dude the remarkable blogger

Monsters in the New York Subway

It's interesting that since the advent of digital photography and it's use in mobile devices there has been no statistically significant increase in sightings or posted footage of alien UFOs. Maybe, people are looking down at their phones too much and not at the sky...
  

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