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Sunday, April 26, 2015

Good Morning

Enjoy your Sunday

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Rule 5 Saturday LinkOrama


Today's Host
Josephine Skriver


Proof Positive - Friday Night Babe Gidget Migliaccio

Randys Roundtable - Thursday Night Tart Lucy Bayet

Ninety Miles From Tyranny - Hot Pick of the Late Night and Morning Mistress

Grouchy Old Cripple - Saturday Boobage

The Feral Irishman - Friday Femme Fatale

The Daley Gator - Daley Babe

Diogenes Middle Finger News - A Good Monday Morning

Theo Spark - Bedtime Tottie

The Last Tradition - Rule 5 Sunday Candice Swanepoel

American Power - Hottest Lily Aldridge Outtakes

Woodsterman - Rule 5 Woodsterman Style

The Other McCain - Rule 5 Monday

The Pirates Cove - If All You See ...

Friday, April 24, 2015

Friday Babe


Casie Chegwidden

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Boston Marathon Bomber's Family have Arrived

'Sizable group' of Tsarnaev relatives arrive in Boston
BOSTON —A "sizable group" of relatives of convicted marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev arrived in Boston Thursday, Massachusetts State Police confirmed.

It was not immediately clear who the relatives were, but Tsarnaev's mother was not among them, state police said.

The relatives arrived the day federal prosecutors rested their case in the penalty phase of Tsarnaev's trial. The defense is expected to begin presenting its witnesses Monday.

The prosecution rested Thursday afternoon after calling a man who lost a leg in the bombing. They will get a chance for rebuttal after the defense presents its case.

Hillbilly Weather Guy

With the Weekend Weather for New England

NSFW Language Warning

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Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Mary Doyle Keefe has Died


Mary Doyle Keefe
AKA Rosie The Riveter

As a young woman, while working as a telephone operator out of her mother's home in Arlington, Mary was asked by West Arlington resident and artist Norman Rockwell to model for a painting as a hard-working airplane riveter, with a riveting gun in her lap and one foot firmly on a copy of Mein Kampf. She received $10.00 in compensation and much appreciation and acclaim over the years. The work appeared on the cover of the Saturday Evening Post on May 29, 1943, and "Rosie the Riveter" soon became a nationally known icon of American resolve for women assisting in the war effort during World War II.

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