ZMugg: NuttierThanEver: I think she is hot but was put off by the whole Marilyn Manson thing till I saw her in that episode of CSI she did where she played a femme fatale right out of a Sam Snead story. That put my lust for her into the stratosphere./Loves me some Film Noir and 40-50's LA style.[ts4.mm.bing.net image 225x300]Caddies were 'femme fatales'?
ZMugg: NuttierThanEver: I think she is hot but was put off by the whole Marilyn Manson thing till I saw her in that episode of CSI she did where she played a femme fatale right out of a Sam Snead story. That put my lust for her into the stratosphere./Loves me some Film Noir and 40-50's LA style.Caddies were 'femme fatales'?
espiaboricua: Here's a GIS for the dress (and Ms Von Tease in it)/100% Fox New-free
Barry McCackiner: Valiente: SilentStrider: She is gorgeous.She's a triumph of the cosmetic, marketing and surgical arts.[marinath.files.wordpress.com image 500x420]Pleasant enough, but "pretty" kicked up to "glamorous" isn't beauty. It's presence and the sell.Are you implying that people in the public eye do things to their persona to further put them in the public eye. NO WAI
Old_Chief_Scott: Alphax: FlashHarry: curse you for making me click on a fox news link! now i need a shower!/i'll be in my bunkI'm still holding out.. for now..Resistance is futile. Go ahead and click. It's totally worth it. You know you want to. How will anyone find out unless you tell them?
GalFriday: Alphakronik: Not even close to the first.http://www.3ders.org/articles/20120330-iris-van-herpens-3d-printed-d re sses-in-groningen-museum.htmlBut the first on Dita Von Teese!
Quantum Apostrophe: LowbrowDeluxe: Slaxl: I like the way every day there's something new about 3d printing. QA must be in the darkest pits of despair.I know. It's the best part of every day now. As the technology expands my fondest hope is to 3D print some part for a rocket ship someday just for the lols. Anyone else involved will probably think I've gone mad.My God, we've made a gown worn by a whore. Surely, the Rapture is nigh? I love how we just gloss over the hand assembled and painted part, too. Or how we hype up the "entirely virtual" while ignoring the world-wide infrastructure of, you know, like gloopy old factories and stuff that built the real stuff these wankers are using...I'm just ignoring you 3D nuts because if it isn't obvious it's just stunts and trinkets by now, it never will sink in.I'll just watch for the spike in pharmaceuticals when reality hits and Prozac goes through the roof...You mean... we'll never just sit at home and 3D print everything from a magical machine??? BUt but but... computers and stuff? Like, Star Trek and sci-fi? You mean like, we'll have to build stuff like the Luddite way? NNNoooooo!!!!Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to use my '90s virtual reality gear to visit the '70s OTRAG private space port./See how I can mix the dead dreams and delusions from the past to mock the fantasies of the present?
Slaxl: I like the way every day there's something new about 3d printing. QA must be in the darkest pits of despair.
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