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Other Accomplishments claimed by Al Gore
  • He was the Walrus and the Eggman
  • Tipper was Rhonda in "Help me, Rhonda"
  • First shrunk down Ronco's Desktop Fisherman to Pocket size.
  • Computer in "2001" named after him. Sorta.
  • Was the first human to walk upright
  • Invented the horse
  • First suggested adding the frosting to Frosted Pop-Tarts
  • First human to distinguish day from night
  • His missing rib responsible for womankind
  • He was the space cowboy and the gangster of love.

  • One Fish, Two Fish
    Tuna kicks off Basic Instinct with Jeanne Tripplehorn. This movie was quite a big hit, but Tuna didn't much care for it, especially the ending. I haven't seen it since it was in the theaters. I guess I need to re-visit it one of these days. Anyway, watching it every five yeaers is mandatory to maintain my license. (#1, #2, #3, #4)
  • Inge Geurts. I know I'm ignorant about many subjects, supermodels paramount among them, but I am completely in the dark on this woman. (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14)
  • Jacquetta Wheeler. (#1, #2)

  • MR. SKIN
    Scoopy, I put together a potpourri of good celeb skin scenes this week. Some old, some obscure, and some just released. The first is Pat Barrington from 1965's "The Agony of Love", a black and white B-movie with tons of Ms.Barrington in the buff. Second is Colleeen Camp, she of ample bosom, in the 1977 classic "Death Game". If your an ass man, you'll enjoy the pics of Randi Brooks and Kathleen Turner from the 1983 Steve martin flick "The Man With Two Brains". Finally, Rebecca DeMornay's latest release is a movie called "Wicked Ways". Enjoy. Mr. Skin

    Barrington Barrington Brooks Brooks Camp Turner Turner DeMornay DeMornay

    Yesterday: Tara. Pretty sure her last name is not Rabumdeeyay. Apologies to John Steed. (#1 , #2 , #3 , #4) + Ever wonder what Playboy and Page Three 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. His comments:

    A couple of questions ( mostly rhetorical ) for the legion of folks out there that are much smarter than I. Why would Nikki Fritz use the name Gail Oakham in her Playboy NSS appearances? Was that Playboy's idea since Nikki readily admits to being a Stripper by profession? I also need some help with an identification, pictures attached. This is Nikita Gross Penthouse July 1998. And these are pics of ALS model Nina. Hmmmm ?????? Miss Gross Nina (#1,#2,#3)

    HTE Some international images from Danish magazines
  • HTE has these non-nudes labeled Kate Moss, but they sure don't look like her to me. (#1, #2)
  • Various Models in adverts. Very good illustration of the nudity in European ads. One of my favorite things in Norway was the TV commercials for soaps and shampoos, which almost universally include naked women. I guess Norwegian men don't need shampoo, because they never take off those giant horn-hat things. (#1 #2 #3)
  • Pushe I think it was Spiderman that wrote to tell me that Pushe is not new, as I thought, but has been around for a long time. He's only new to this page. My apologies to Pushe. I ran these before, but they were added late, so you may have missed them.
  • Suzanna Streshinsky
  • Suzanna Streshinsky
  • Caprice
  • Caprice
  • Nadia Vassilieva
  • Nadia Vassilieva
  • Flurk Flurk wrote me to say that maybe I had missed one of his contributions. Maybe so. I have to admit I haven't researched to see whether I used these before. I figure there's no harm in running them again, but a fair warning, they are not brand-new like most of the stuff on the site, so you may already have them.
  • Brenda Bakke, "Twogether"
  • Natali Broods, "S"
  • Sylvia Kristel in "Emmanuelle"
  • Sylvia Kristel in "Emmanuelle 2"
  • Sylvia Kristel in "Goodbye, Emmanuelle"
  • Sophie Marceau in the one about Dartagnan's kid.
  • Porizkova in "Thursday"
  • Renee Soutendijk in "The Fourth Man"
  • Marie Trintignant in "A Summer Night in Town"
  • more Marie Trintignant
  • Monique Vandeven "Brandende Liefde"
  • more Monique
  • Elza Zylberstein, "Tenue Correcte Exigee"
  • FR FR makes this line filled with Dutch material (see Flurk's stuff to the left). This is Esmee de la Bretoniere, who is the Great Dutch Hope for international stardom. This movie is "The Tropic of Emerald", and she can be seen on European screens now in "The Delivery".

    (#1, #2)

    The Snapper I'm pretty sure The Snapper must live in a parallel universe, because he always comes up with images that I've never seen.

    Trine Adler "Alex" This is a humor piece. Roger's Profanisaurus. Very erudite, very witty, veddy British

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  • Three of Cameron Diaz from the new Vanity Fair. She actually shows her rear cleavage on the cover!
  • Diaz
  • Diaz. The artist here is ##0##. I'm not sure how that's pronounced.
  • Vidcaps from the .mpg made by MadCap of the unrated version of Anne Heche and Joan Chen in "Wild Side"
  • Heche/Chen
  • Heche only
  • Welcome back to Dawk Zero! Cecilia Kunz in "Die Wache"
  • Intrepid Sleuth scanned this from the Dec 21 edition of The Star. Britney Spears 18th b-day. Any bets on how long until we see those puppies? I believe Britney is the larger one.
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