Friday, October 14, 2016

GOODSTUFFs BLOGGING MAGAZINE (263rd Issue)

This jumbo size aloha meta blog post is hosted by the Hawaiian chick Kelly Hu! Which means I had to include Hula Hula chicks for science 


Rule 5 - Hu's Up Next? - Kelly Hu, That's Who 

"I was visiting troops in Qatar and I met a soldier there who was on R and R. When he saw me his face lit up. I thought he was going to be crazy but the first thing he said was “don’t think that I’m crazy, I’m not a stalker.” He pulls up his pant leg and he has a tattoo of me on his leg! I thought it was the coolest thing ever." - Kelly Hu

  
Kelly Hu has been as Miss Teen USA 1985,  Miss Hawaii USA 1993 and Miss Photogenic at Miss USA 1993


GOODSTUFFs Kelly Hu photo album 


Kelly Hu has a interesting Twitter account


I am impressed, 47 year old Kelly Hu doing a Viagra commercial



ESA's ExoMars will arrive at Mars on Wednesday, October 19 
Curiosity Update, sols 1428-1488: Through the Murray Buttes

Stories From The Space Race
  
Russia and the United States signed a pact called “The Outer Space Treaty.” The bulk of the document is reasonable promises that ensure space exploration will be free. However one part, Article IV, is full of nightmare scenarios ripped from a sci-fi story. Military Moon Bases, for example, are forbidden by the treaty. Soldiers, likewise, cannot be sent to the Moon to conduct military exercises. Nor can either nation send an armed space station of death into orbit to bombard the world below with nuclear missiles.

Oh—and both countries also had to promise not to nuke the Moon. Even if they were really, really curious what would happen. 

 Air Force's X-37B Space Plane Mystery Mission Wings by 500 Days in Orbit

Hawaiian Volcanoes 

1948 Marilyn Monroe pinups by Laszlo Willinger


Hawaiian born  Jarah Mariano

Mata Hari Colorized 
 James Bond would never have made a great spy because too many of his enemies knew his identity. Great spies are anonymous. Everyone knows that! They carry out their work covertly. Only their handlers know of their existence and their stealthy actions. 

How did the beautiful and famous Mata Hari work as a spy?

The dancer and courtesan Mata Hari was described by her accusers as “perhaps the greatest woman spy of the century.”

  
Former James Bond star Pierce Brosnan has left Indians both shaken and stirred after his appearance in an advertisement endorsing chewing tobacco

Tia Carrere was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii.


Born in the former Yugoslavia of a Greek father and a Polish mother, Sylva Koscina went on to live and do most of her work in Italy. Starting out in sword and sandal epics, Sylva Koscina soon had screen credits in a number of genres, most of which involved Sylva Koscina taking off her clothes. “Ultimately,” as IMDb nicely puts it, “her ornamental qualities rather exceeded her abilities as an actress.” Ah, but what “ornamental qualities” they were. 

Rava Ray the Stingray Queen 

   
 Rule 5 Birthday Party with the Wombat Dude 


Fred Dude's Friday Babes

Big Boob Friday with Robin Meade

Friday Night Babe is Sarah McCreanor

Friday Femme Fatale

It's Friday Babes

Not so SFW Hula Chicks 

Rule 5 with Ron Russell




BeCos(play) It's Friday

Cosplay - Mega Post



Girls of the Redheaded Rebellion






  
In 1958, Life Magazine invited Marilyn Monroe and photographer Richard Avedon to recreate images of five celebrated actresses of different eras.  Entitled “Fabled Enchantresses”  




Sultress - Alyssa Milano

the New NCIS Agent

Vintage Babe of the Week is Tina Louise

Flowing Curves Of Beauty

Rule 5 Madness


Talulah Riley - Westworld






Complete, Secret and Keyhole Detective, 1940s.


 World Bodypainting Festival

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

What is happening in Ye Olde Blogosphere? William has posted some Hawaii stuff this week

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

Rodney's far out space

Folio Olio the Pastafarian


NSFW Fred Dude the scholarly blogger









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Grace Park leading some Hawaiian tangents 



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