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  1. 23 August 2010 @ 23:00 23:00

    NO FAIR, PAL! She’s using iMelt™ recycled insulating sheets without a license.

    As Steven noted, “Dead or not, that’s a lucky bear.

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      24 August 2010 @ 12:41 12:41

      Ran: It’s actually Tempur-Furdic™.

  2. Mrs. Kissell permalink
    24 August 2010 @ 00:55 00:55

    That bear and a certain tiger in an identical disposition seem to make it into movies and pictures of the era — before Gina Lollobrigida famously and publicly wore a Bengal Tiger skin full length coat (required four or five tigers, as I recall) at a society event (seems it was in NYC, memory could be inaccurate) and the uproar closed her career and animal skin wearing in public (it continued and no doubt continues in private without diminution, especially among droogs).

    The tiger is in The Pink Panther and I think one or two sequels.

    That bear is in an Anna Nicole Smith shoot for PB, probably others as well.

    50s and even 60s movies often feature women wearing animal pelts, especially fox, mink and ermine. Doris Day movies come to mind but there are many others. Even as late as the 90s, Aunt Agatha is wearing her fox stoles in the Jeeves and Wooster series.

    I’m glad the practice is at least publicly reprobated now.

  3. 24 August 2010 @ 13:07 13:07

    Tempur-Furdic™, huh? Man, I love good competition. You know you’re going to get Rule 5 links…

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      24 August 2010 @ 13:30 13:30

      Ran: It’s on!

  4. Keith Hansen permalink
    30 August 2011 @ 12:29 12:29

    One of my all time favorites,an amazing woman.

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