And you think Clinton hasn't done much?

The New York Post recently conducted a series of reader polls to establish some of the leading contributions of the millenium. Best writer, best musician, etc. My favorite was the "most evil person of the millenium". Here are the results in order

  • Hitler
  • Bill Clinton
  • Stalin
  • Pol Pot
  • Dr Mengele
  • Hillary Clinton
  • Saddam Hussein
  • Eichman
  • Manson
  • Idi Amin

    Good to know that Bill and Hill were able to sweep away challenges from such lesser demons as Genghis Khan, Torquemada, Vlad the Impaler, the Marquis de Sade, and Hugh Grant. By the way, Bill and Hill weren't on the ballot. They managed to take spots #2 and #6 as write-ins. And Bill only lost to Hitler by a scant 39 votes for the #1 spot.

    Some speculated that this ill-feeling from New Yorkers might imperil Hill's Senate Campaign, but wiser heads pointed out that New Yorkers actually embrace evil, since it is much more chic than good. They banish "good" to Iowa or someplace out there - you know, one of those Midwest states that all look alike to New Yorkers. Remember, these are the same people who vote for Al d'Amato.

    Here are some of the other polls (top vote-getter in parens)

  • Most influential people (Thomas Edison)
  • Most important person in the arts (Shakespeare)
  • Most celebrated athlete (Muhammed Ali)
  • Most important TV performers (Lucy and Desi)
  • Most influential on motion pictures (Disney)
  • Top musical group (Beatles)
  • Modernizing the bible The Anglican Church is now engaged in a debate about modernizing prayers and rituals. Church elders are looking at options for updating the Lord's Prayer (Our Father, ...) so that people actually know what they are praying about. Here's my suggestion

    My Main Man, who got that apartment in the sky more deluxe even than the Jeffersons', you rule, Dude. Pretty soon now, you are gonna have it all, just like Bogie and Bacall. And I mean not just up there, but down here on the streets, too. You are so gonna be, like, totally every TV show on every station.

    So until then, let us get a decent reasonably-priced meal and a good buzz once in a while, and stay cool when we fuck up, and we'll also try to stay cool when assholes fuck us up. And don't constantly be throwing them hot bimbos and easy money real estate deals in our way, but show us how to avoid that kind of stuff, and maybe also tell us which of them miracle products on the infomercials really work and which ones are bogus. Because you da bomb, and you will stay da bomb forever. And dats da name o' dat tune.

    Members' bonuses. "Allyson is Watching"

    I saw this movie originally on video in an r-rated version, and I thought it pretty much sucked. There was always a rumor that an unrated version existed, and now it is out on DVD, and I don't think it sucks at all. It's basically a stylish softcore film, ala "I Like to Play Games". The plot is virtually non-existent, and the "mystery" isn't a "whodunit", but a "whocares". (They tried to deflect your suspicion on the wrong guy, but so what? Both possible suspects were assholes.) On the other hand, I liked watching it because all the acting is natural and believable. It isn't softcore stars trying to act, but actors trying to do softcore, which is quite different. The photography isn't as good as in " ... Games" - some scenes are blurry or mis-lit, but I found it a real turn-on because all these people, especially Jennifer Leigh Hammon, are believable performers. In fact, although the two women don't look alike, Hammon is a clone of Sandra Bullock in style and behavior, so it's kind of like watching Bullock in a sex film, if you can imagine such a thing. The point is that Hammon is a natural performer, really cute and adorable, with a natural body, so I found the sex scenes much sexier than if they included the usual jaded robots with plastic tits. Click on the thumbnails to see the big brothers. The first one is 200k; the others are less than 100.

    Members' bonuses

    One Fish, Two Fish
    wrote his own commentary.

    Dangerous Touch is another pretty good movie that has a low rating on IMDB. The secret of a low rating on IMDB? More than 3 minutes of nudity. Someone instantly writes a pan of the film, and 4 people cast votes of 1. It is nearly impossible to find a film with substantial nudity on IMDB with a score above 5. This is about a radio therapist who is lured into a disastrous affair with a predatory male who wishes to use her to get at a Mafia bigwig. The characters are interesting, the plot is not at all predictable, and nobody comes out a complete hero in the end. Best of all, there is a LOT of nudity. Kate Vernon and Monique Parent have 102 credits between them on IMDB. (Scoop's note: Kate is the daughter of "Dean Wormer", John Vernon. If you look at the portrait on the top left of collage #4, you'll see her father's eyes staring at you from Kate's face. Thankfully, she does not look like dad in the other pics)

    Vernon #1 Vernon #2 Vernon #3 Vernon #4 Parent various

    Today is the fourth and last of ultra-thin Collette Pechekhonova. There is a clear see-through in all but #5 and #6. (#1 , #2 , #3 , #4 , #5 , #6 , #7 , #8 , #9 , #10)

    Naked on the Beach

    This is Ginger, a Spanish babe, in the adult DVD, "Naked on the Beach". (Excalibur has it on their website, if you care to follow up. ( First contribution from Unique 1. (#1 , #2 , #3 , #4 , #5 , #6 , #7 , #8 , #9 , #10 , #11 , #12 , #13 , #14 , #15 , #16)

    Thursday (Zoe #1 , #2 , #3 , #4)

    Jimmy the Saint The canonized one appears to us mortals for a second consecutive day. By the way, he wrote to tell me that he isn't from the UK.

    Geraldine Danon in "Erreur de jeunesse" Geraldine Danon

  • Geri Halliwell in that see-through at MTV Europe. This time she's backstage.
  • Alexandra Kamp vidcaps, from celeblover
  • Mili Avatal with serious pokers in "Stuff" magazine
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