Monthly Archives: October 2015

Happy Halloween

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Naked Lady of the Week: Victoria Lynn Johnson

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: While making my way through the special features on Criterion’s fab new Blu-ray of Brian De Palma’s “Dressed to Kill,” I was tickled to find a conversation with Victoria Lynn Johnson, the woman who served as … Continue reading

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Linkage

Paleo Retiree writes: Octopi are awesome. Heather Mac Donald delivers a terrific teardown of some of the studies the current rape-on-campus hysteria is being based on. Slavic yoga! It’s amazing that anyone survives childhood, let alone adolescence. Scarlett Johansson puts … Continue reading

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Architects and the “Vision” Thing

Blowhard, Esq. writes: Via Wired, architects Vishaan Chakrabarti and Gregg Pasquarelli discuss how they would improve New York City: I agree with a couple of their suggestions: more crosstown connections (particularly a crosstown subway) would be nice and fewer cars would be appreciated … Continue reading

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Naked Lady of the Week: Erene

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: This minx-y little creature has posed for a number of popular nude sites, including Femjoy, Amour Angels, and Skokoff. A commenter at TheNudeEU calls her “an orgasm with feet.” I’m particularly fond of the freckles and … Continue reading

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Jiggle Du Jour

Blowhard, Esq. writes: Related Back here Fabrizio shared an ode to the jiggle.

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Quote Du Jour

Eddie Pensier writes: There are those who see “ugly meanings in beautiful things.” Classical music and its institutions come under relentless criticism. The barometers by which music is often measured are extrinsic to the art form itself. Classical music’s presence … Continue reading

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