Here are two pictures of the women's rugby team that stripped in front of the Washington Monument. Ah, sunflowers, weary of time. Greed rules the world, does it not. You think that Brandi Chastain thing was spontaneous? If so, I have a bridge I'd like to sell you. She made herself famous, possibly rich as well. These girls (and the water polo team below in AP's post) tried the same thing. Here's what we have so far, not much visible. Hope somebody out there has better. (#1, #2)

You are going to like this stuff. Elizabeth Hurley DVD caps from her all-but-forgotten "Kill Cruise". Not very good by DVD standards, but about a zillion times better than what we had before.

Another scene not capped very frequently. Although Jennifer Jason Leigh has been well represented in the archives of celebrity nudity, you may not have seen these frames from "Georgia"

You need more than that? OK. Two words. Scacchi. DVD. The first DVD captures from "The Red Violin". Sound OK? These three are Greta (#1 , #2 , #3) , and these two are Eva Marie Bryer. (#1 , #2)

Aesthete sent in a few movies, so I think I'll spread it out over a couple days. Today's group is Consuelo de Haviland in "The Unbearable Lightness of Being". Although this movie is often capped, de Haviland has been largely ignored.
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  • Anne Heche, "Girls In Prison"
  • Ione Skye, "Girls In Prison"
  • Isabelle Adjani in "L'Annee Prochaine"
  • Virginie Thevenet in "L'Annee Prochaine"
  • Blinky went nuts today with an even dozen of one of his favorites, Angela Lindvall. (#1 , #2 , #3 , #4 , #5 , #6 , #7 , #8 , #9 , #10 , #11 , #12



    is really into Calendars. This guy is Chronos, the master of time. Anyway, today's calendar babe is Alessia Merz. At least I've learned the months in Italian. I don't think I would have guessed Luglio for July.
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    Rasslin Round Up First Crow. Six of Torrie Wilson cleavage from Nitro. ( #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6)

    Next, DiamondEdge. Here's Fyre at Nitro, Kim Page, Madusa, and more of the Francine catfight. Also includes plenty of my personal hero, Mean Gene Okerlund. Talk about a guy with a picture aging in the attic. It seems like Okerlund was hosting wrestling when I was a kid, and he hasn't aged since then. DiamondEdge pointed out to me that Kimberly Page has a masters degree, presumably not in Phys Ed.

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    Immortal Beloved

    You think that rock stars trashing their hotel rooms is a product of the 20th century? These guys are a suave as James Bond compared to the music demigods of other eras. Mozart had the manners of a barnyard animal, and was thought to be a ditz by those who attempted to converse with him on non-musical subjects. Beethoven was worse than an ill-mannered boor. He was a monster who made Ebeneezer Scrooge look like Mother Theresa. He alienated everyone who ever respected or admired him, including his relatives, closest friends, and patrons. This movie attempts to show why he was such a monster, and why he treated people the way he did, by positing a solution to the mysterious note he left behind to his "immortal beloved". If he had been wronged by man or fate in some horrible manner, then perhaps we can couple that with his tragic deafness and understand what made him the way he was. It's a good story, and a good movie, filled with his incomparable music.

    Personally, I feel we should all face reality about these "superstars". He was the way he was for the same reasons that rock stars tear up hotel rooms. Their egos are massive, they feel themselves above the law, and they are forgiven everything because of their genius. Celebrities don't get punished very often for their misdeeds, as O.J. knows. Forget this deep understanding of Beethoven's inner demons, the man was a piece of human garbage, simple as that.

    But he had a gift like nobody has ever had. God, fate, or DNA - whichever you believe in - often chooses to give great talent to those of unpleasant nature. And often the very forces which make them great, the drive to develop their talents to the limit, are the same foces which make them unpleasant. Beethoven was Ty Cobb. No difference, really. We don't have to try to justify them. In their way, they were as evil as Hitler or Stalin, but didn't get in the position to exercise that evil for mass murder. But put Beethoven or Cobb in charge of a country, and they would also probably have caused atrocities, because they had the same contempt for every living being. Did they have talent? Of course. The kind of talent that appears once in a milennium. Do we have to like them or sympathize with them? Hell, no. Let them all rot in hell together, talent or no talent. Let Beethoven now write a Symphony for Satan, as he once wrote one for Napoleon.

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    The Cologne Comet has three interesting sets for us. First, talk show host Mo Asumang (not nude) (#1, #2, #3).

    Tina Bordihn from her series, "Benzin im Blut". (#1, #2, #3, #4)

    And a Viennese women's water polo team that posed for some rather dramatic pictures in order to gain a sponsor. (#1, #2)

  • Sydne Rome in "What?"
  • Sonia Braga in "I Love You"
  • great t-shirt in "Wild on the Beach", from DiamondEdge
  • Submitted in response to a request, the open leg scene from Cruel Intentions
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