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The Dish / Re: Happy Birthday 2018!
« Last post by Vicki on August 12, 2018, 10:14:40 pm »
August 13: Actresses; Ashley Spillers 32, Debit Mazer 54, Freya Mavor 25, Kasia Smutniak 39, Dawnn Lewis 57, Crystal Allen 46, Kathleen Gati 61, Jasmine Burke 35, Shannon Dawson 28, Jody Thomson 42, Deborah Falconer 53! Singer; Lennon Stella 19! Adult stars; Brittany Andrews 45, Wendy Whoppers 48, Dana Hayes 64, Natalie Lust 25, Salena Storm 26, Laurel Canyon 54!

In Legends: Maria Rohm 73!

In Historically Important Legends: Annie Oakley! Little Sure Shot!

In Legends no longer with us: Alfred Hitchcock! The Master of Suspence! Bert Lahr! Long time song and dance man, but best known for playing the Cowardly Lion! Neville Brand! Frog voiced character actor best known for Laredo! Don Ho! Tiny bubbles Hawaiian superstar!

Great orgy! Work starts tamale, hopefully be easier this year. Try to keep going here.
The Dish / Re: Happy Birthday 2018!
« Last post by Vicki on August 12, 2018, 11:29:22 am »
Thanks Sex Kitten. Don't know how I missed Bex and Cara as I had them on my paper, and obviously forgot to add a year for Dominique. I get better, but I think I'm always going to miss someone.
The Dish / Re: TV and Movie News: The Final Chapter
« Last post by InThe313 on August 12, 2018, 11:03:24 am »
It looks like it's going to be rough seas ahead for the champ.  "The Meg" took first place this weekend but has a long way to go before turning a profit, premiering with $44.5 million.  "Mission: Impossible - Fallout" is very close to doing so domestically after I previously doubted it, dipping one spot to second with $20 million ($162 million overall).

I should note that "The Meg" set a new record for the highest debut for a live-action shark film, breaking the old record of $19.1 million previously held by "Deep Blue Sea".
The Dish / Re: Happy Birthday 2018!
« Last post by Sex Kitten on August 12, 2018, 05:08:02 am »
Also, Bex Taylor-Klaus, is 24; Cara Delevingne, is 26; and Dominique Swain, is actually 38.

CSSA Stuff / Re: Any hot Asian twins out there?
« Last post by Vicki on August 11, 2018, 11:41:37 pm »
Okay, an update from my oldest brother; the Peanuts were twin sisters Emi and Yumi Ito and not only looked alike but their voices were eerily close even in scientific studies. Both are unfortunately deceased now. Pink Lady, Mie and Key were not sisters, but childhood friends who had a resemblance to each other when wearing matching outfits a sporting similar hairstyles. It was actually the TV show, with Jeff Altman where they were made to look very different. The TV show lasted only 6 episodes as the girls couldn't speak English and obviously lipsynched. Returning to Japan their Disco style died as it did here, effectively finishing their career. Had to set the record straight even if no one cares.
The Dish / Re: Celebrity Pregnancies: Where Have All The Condoms Gone?
« Last post by Sex Kitten on August 11, 2018, 11:39:34 pm »
Erika Christensen welcomes second daughter Polly

The actress, who turns 36 later this month, and husband Cole Maness have welcomed their second child, a daughter named Polly Maness, on Friday, Aug. 10.

“It happened! It happened this morning. And it will go down in family history because baby girl’s own, incredible Dad delivered her all by himself,” Christensen announced on * along with the photo of her cradling her newborn alongside husband Cole.

“My fault entirely as I didn’t know she would come so quickly and didn’t call the doc until far too late. He came straight over and arrived about one minute after she joined us in the world. Haha! My Mom too,” the new mom said.

“You should’ve seen their faces when they walked in to hear her little wail. … So epic. 9:21 a.m. (we think) at 7 lbs. 8 oz. (we think). Doc didn’t have time to grab the baby scale in his rush. Meet Ms. Polly. She’s chubby-cheeked and rosy and so beautiful,” Christensen shared.

CSSA Stuff / Re: Any hot Asian twins out there?
« Last post by Vicki on August 11, 2018, 08:40:56 pm »
I know this thread hasn't been used in 12 years, but I was scanning and saw it, and there was a pair of twins from Japan my older brothers used to talk about, MRI and Kei aka Pink Lady! My brothers used to have cassette tapes and fan books of them from when I was a baby, and these girls were so popular they even had an American TV show, flopped and canceled after only a few episodes! They were twins and looked alike although one changed her look for TV.  Also, to go even further back there was another group of Japanese twins who looked so much alike I actually thought it was one girl using an effect, they were called the Peanuts and if you look really close one has a mole which was something pointed out to me many years later. They played the fairies in Godzilla and Mothra films. I am just throwing this out there as everyone knows I am fond of all kinds of Asian lore and things, and that I have actually been to Japan, twice, my brothers were both all over Asia. One brother even got to sit next to and (try) to talk to a friend of Bruce Lee.
TSSA Requests / Re: Game of Lesbians!
« Last post by Vicki on August 11, 2018, 07:15:05 pm »
Based on 'Saved By the Bell' episodes, where Jessie was trying to break up the remarriage of her father to a woman less than 10 years old her! In the Vicks version she is approached by a beautiful lesbian Gypsy! The Gypsy girl, only 25, tells her there is a way. First, she must bring Kelly and Lisa to her shop, then a solo consult, where she and Jessie are alone. The Gypsy girl has Jessie drink a potion, which the naive Jessie does. Jessie feels lightheaded and is permanently a lesbian forever! The Gypsy seduces the now very willing Jessie! After dressing again the Gypsy has Jessie call in Kelly and Lisa. They also are tricked into drinking, become lesbians and more sex ensues! The Gypsy girl then instructs the girls to catch the other woman alone and pour some in her mouth. They do and they are all lesbian slaves now! Their ongoing mission now is to spread lesbianism!
The Dish / Re: Happy Birthday 2018!
« Last post by Vicki on August 11, 2018, 06:27:03 pm »
August 12: Torri Webster 22, Maggie Lawson 38, Leah Pipes 30, Jessica Chow 30, Elise Luthman 18, Charlotte Salt 33, Stephanie Vogt 43, Imani Hakim 25, Jade Tailor 33, Natalie Mendoza 40, Yvette Nicole Brown 47, Dominique Swain 37, Rebecca Gayheart 47, last but certainly not least, twin sisters Elise and Electra Avellan 32!

In Legends no longer with us: Porter Wagoner! Buck Owens! They were Country Music superstars! John Derek! Actor, director, and married really beautiful and talented women! Jane Wyatt! Mostly known for roles we would call MILF now. Cantinflas! Multi talented international star, mostly known in the U.S. for Around the World in 80 Days! Cecil B. DeMille! Even by today's standards he ranks as one of the best who ever lived in filmmakers!

Quite a great list today! Tuna in tamale. Or tuna fish. lol
The Dish / Re: TV and Movie News: The Final Chapter
« Last post by InThe313 on August 11, 2018, 02:07:38 pm »
Marvel Studios is going to cap its 10th anniversary with a big-screened bang.

All 20 films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe are going to receive a limited release exclusively on IMAX screens.  This is going to be different from Marvel movie marathons, which run for several days straight and require moviegoers to buy one expensive ticket, in that tickets for each film will be sold separately, starting with "Iron Man" on Aug. 30 and continuing through Sept. 6.

Here's the schedule:

Aug. 30:  "Iron Man", "The Incredible Hulk", "Iron Man 2", "Thor"
Aug. 31:  "Captain America: The First Avenger", "The Avengers", "Iron Man 3", "Thor: The Dark World"
Sept. 1:  "Captain America: The Winter Soldier", "Guardians of the Galaxy", "Avengers: Age of Ultron", "Ant Man"
Sept. 2:  "Captain America: Civil War", "Doctor Strange", "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2", "Spider-Man: Homecoming"
Sept. 3:  "Thor: Ragnarok", "Black Panther", "Avengers: Infinity War", "Ant Man and the Wasp"
Sept. 4:  "Iron Man", "Spider-Man: Homecoming", "Black Panther", "Doctor Strange"
Sept. 5:  "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2", "Captain America: Civil War", "The Avengers", "Avengers: Infinity War"
Sept. 6:  Fans will vote for the final two screenings

In the case of "Iron Man", "The Incredible Hulk" and "Captain America: The First Avenger", this will be the first time those movies will be screened on IMAX.  "Iron Man 2" was the first MCU film to receive an IMAX release and "Avengers: Infinity War" was the first studio film to be filmed exclusively with IMAX cameras.

Ironically, as "Iron Man" and "The Incredible Hulk" celebrate their 10-year anniversaries, this will put them in IMAX theaters at the same time as the other 2008 film that kickstarted the current golden age of superhero films and shows, "The Dark Knight".  Christopher Nolan's magnum opus* is also getting a limited IMAX release to commemorate its 10th anniversary later this month.

* = An argument can be made that this statement should actually apply to "Memento", "Inception" or "Dunkirk".
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