• Blinky has Erin O'Connar again today. #6 is probably the one to see.. (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7)

  • WhyScans presents a Page Three report each day. Yesterday: Tara, 28, from Birmingham. (#1, #2, #3, #4)

    Gold is Kathy Lloyd, from 14 Nov, 1991

    Requested is Diane West. One more of Diane.

    here's one more of Posh Spice pokies Here it is

    + Ever wonder what the Playboy, Page Three, and other softcore models do when not modeling for Playboy or the British tabs? Fred does. Fred, or as he is known in the ancient Elventongue, "Frodo", specializes in "outing" the harder action from these ostensibly wholesome girls. Frodo's comments:

    "If you think Angela Alanis in Playboy's 1997 College Girls looked familiar, then you're probably a fan of stripper and magazine model Angel Veil. I posed several pics of Angel with Hungarian pornster Janet Song a few days ago. I dug up a few more pictures of Angel to refresh your memory. Angel really did attend Santa Barbara City College, but she was also stripping at Spearmint Rhino in Santa Barbara at the same time. One reason it is difficult to identify Playboy NSS pics is that they tend to be retouched, hence Angel's NSS pic has no tattoo. I guess Playboy felt the tattoo made her look more like a stripper and less like a coed." (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6)

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  • Grace Jones topless
  • Joan Crawford. Strange old non-nude picture.

  • The Snapper His words:

    Two today from an interesting book aptly entitled "Torso" by Nick Clement, together with one from Snapper's Olde curiositie Shoppe: a genuine B&W 'arty' cheesecake shot of Jodie Foster in a French maid's outfit. Strange. Jodie torso torso

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    a "Double Jeopardy", from Johnny Web

    You have to be kidding me. How did this turkey ever get to be a hundred million dollar picture?

    First of all, it is based on a legal premise so silly that everyone in the audience laughed when they heard it. Oh, didn't you know that the double jeopardy clause of the constitution, which states that you can't be tried twice for the same crime, means that if you are convicted of murdering your husband and he later shows up alive, you can kill him for free, at any time you choose, and you are completely immune from legal consequences, because that's the law! Yeah, right. Here's a better script idea based on the exact same premise. District Attorney wants to kill his wife, so he makes a deal with a hired killer. Killer says - I can't do that, I'll go to jail. DA says - I'll try you for the same crime now, you'll be found innocent, and then you'll be free to kill her at your leisure, free from legal consequences. So he files the charges, the jury finds the guy not guilty when the wife is found alive and healthy during the trial, and Mister Killer is now free to kill the DA's wife at Mardi Gras with a sawed-off shotgun, because, hey, that's the law. But now the DA decides that he really loves his wife, and ... he can't tell anyone about the plot because that would make him a a conspirator to murder ... and this guy is walking around with the legal right to kill his wife whenever he chooses to. Then, the guy with the "get out of jail free" card finds out that the DA now wants his wife alive, so he really has the DA over a barrel, doesn't he? See what I mean? It's a silly legal premise, but if you accept that it is true, you can come up with a much more interesting plot.

    The silliest part of it is that Tommy Lee Jones plays a former law professor who says "as a former law professor, I can assure you she is right". Um, OK. Well, I don't have a law degree, but I think I could explain to Tommy Lee that stabbing one's husband on a boat and shooting him six years later are two different murders, but who am I? Just for the record, everyone in the audience laughed when the women in prison dispensed this legal wisdom to Ashley Judd, and again when Tommy Lee confirmed it.

    Just for the record, OJ votes for the premise to be true. His case shows, of course, that in certain circumstances you can even be tried again for the exact same set of circumstances in a civil court, even if a criminal court finds you not guilty. In fact, here's the way it would really go down in America. Ashley gets out of prison and finds that she inherited a fortune from her uncle, but the family of the not-really-dead husband then successfully sues her for depriving him of his civil rights. They get all her inheritance, and the husband is at the trial, in disguise, laughing.

    Second, Ashley is convicted of a brutal pre-meditated murder with a knife, where the newspapers say she "sliced and diced" her husband, and she's out on the streets six years later. Now that's scary.

    They're now working on the sequel, Final Jeopardy, in which she is is married to Alex Trebek and convicted of killing him brutally with a McCullouch chain saw. Alex set the whole thing up, of course, and who can tell one chainsawed body from another? After a harrowing three weeks in jail, which seems more like four or five, she is free. Alex is back hosting Jeopardy because the public has forgotten that he's supposed to be dead. Ashley comes back as a contestant, totin' a six shooter, and kills Alex for real on the show because, hey, that's the law, and there's nothing anybody can do about it. Since the show is taped in advance, the network is able to advertise that the murder will take place on Thursday's show, and the ratings set an all-time record.

    Third, the trailers spoiled what little suspense there is in the movie. The previews for this movie actually told us that she was unjustly convicted, and they show her facing the guy down later. What??? But if you just follow the movie from the beginning, you don't know for sure that she didn't kill him, and there is some suspense in whether she'll ever find him and bring him to justice before Tommy Lee finds her and brings her back for a parole violation. Why did they decide to give everything away?

    Fourth, Tommy Lee is Lieutenant Gerard, and Ashley is Richard Kimble, unjustly convicted of killing his wife, blah, blah, blah. Except in this case, for some reason, the ex-husband still has both arms. I guess that little change is why screenwriters get the big bucks.

    Fifth, she is sent to woman's prison and there are no shower scenes? Now, THAT, is specifically in violation of the constitution.

    Sixth, couldn't the friggin' ex-husband at least have changed his appearance?

    Seventh, when Ashley finds the ex-husband, she offers him a deal - he can keep his entire life and all his ill-gotten gain if he'll simply let her take her son back. Why the hell did he turn this deal down? He's obviously not Mister Dad, since he has shipped the lad off to a boarding school in Georgia so daddy can maintain his sybatitic and depraved lifestyle back in The Big Easy. So, Ashley shows up, says give me the kid back, he shrugs, says OK, writes down the address. End of movie, everybody is happy.

    Eighth, when Ashley was in prison for a few months, she found out that her ex-husband was still alive. Here's what I would have done with my next three phone calls: (1) call my mom, give her the ex-husband's address, and have her get the evidence together (2) call my lawyer and tell him the story (3) call USA Today and say "boy do I have a story for you". But what does Ashley decide to do? To accept that she is powerless inside of prison, and start hitting the weight room, planning her revenge. Now mind you, she could have spent all her life in there, but no-o-o-o-o-o-o-o. I guess she read the script, figured she'd be out in a few years, and decided to accept prison as a free fitness farm.

    Ninth, it's an r-rated film, fer chrissakes, and Ashley is known to have nothing against nude scenes, but the best they can come up with is some really dark looks where you can barely make out a nipple? C'mon! Director Beresford had about as much nudity in "Driving Miss Daisy". I would have forgiven all of this nonsense if Ashley had given up the goods. Anyway, here are the best looks I could come up with: (#1, #2). Luckily, Tuna was more enthusiastic about the project!

    Was there anyone in the audience who couldn't figure out every single "surprise" in this movie? Did you really think that was her son in the cemetary? I'm really at a loss to explain the success of this movie. It is professionally filmed and acted, and there are a couple of good scenes. Ashley and Tommy Lee are in a car which is sinking in deep water, and they have to remove her handcuffs while the car sinks deeper and deeper. Part of this scene is filmed from far beneath the sinking car, thereby conveying the extreme depth of the water. After she tracks down ex-hubby, he imprisons Ashley in a coffin with a long-dead corpse, inside one of those old mausoleums in N'orleans. Of course, as luck would have it, she has her trusty six shooter with her, and blasts her way out. You'd think she could come up with a better use for the gun, like shooting the husband, or better yet, the screenwriters.

    "Double Jeopardy", from Tuna

    If you are a fan of Ashley (amd why not?), The Big Fish spent a lot more time on this than I did. Here are his collages. He got a pretty good frame of her butt that I missed in #9, and #2 is better than any of mine. There is no nudity at all in 10-24. They're just "sense of the movie" shots or Ashley's pretty face.

    The DVD has a little "making of" featurette, but no deleted scenes, no commentary, not really much of a value, although the photographic quality is good, as best seen in Tuna's #24.

    (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #22, #23, #24)

    "The Big Chill", from Tuna

    Here's a movie actually worth watching. Great musical score. Thoughtful and humorous look at what happened to my idealistic generation as it aged. Interesting characters. And a director who filmed Kevin Costner and had the good sense to cut him from the final print. For that alone, Lawrence Kasdan should get some kind of lifetime achievement award, but he also directed "Body Heat" and wrote on the great Lucas/Spielberg flicks. His career slipped a bit in the 1990's however. There was directing Wyatt Earp, and writing The Bodyguard, and directing French Kiss, and .... I want to go back to the 80's again and remember Body Heat.

    Glenn Close got nekkid in the shower - #4 through #8, and these are the best caps I've ever seen of that scene. Mary Kay place showed a little teeny bit in #2 and #3, and some nice pokies in 4-6. Jobeth and Meg didn't show anything, but Meg did some really impressive calisthenics.

    Glenn Close (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8) Mary Kay Place (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6) Jobeth Williams (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7) Meg Tilly (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9)

    Stacey Elder, from Stone Cold

    Don't ask me. I don't understand Stone Cold any more than you do, especially when he's being serious. I don't know who she is or why Stone Cold sent her to me, except that she is one cute l'il tootsie and Stoney did a nice presentation. Here she is.

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  • Natacha Regnier in "The Dream-Life of Angels" (#1, #2, #3)
  • Lesley Sharp in "Nature Boy" (#1, #2)
  • Akira No nudity here, but two women with massive chests. Lisa Marie and Denise Richards in "Taillights Fade"
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  • Tina Kjaer, from Hersa
  • Two from The Night. Rebecca DeMornay in "And God Created Woman"
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  • Two from Umpire. Leslie Anne Warren in "Where the Eagle Flies"
  • .. and Tyne Daly in "The Adulteress"
  • two from Don Juan. Claudia Christian in "Never on Tuesday"
  • ... and Marina Sirtis in "Death Wish 3"
  • Cristina Martinez, naked in album cover art
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