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Monday, February 28, 2011

Gone But Not Forgotten

This last day in February marks the birthday of 2 talented names in
entertainment who are unfortunately no longer with us.

Brian Jones (1942-1969)

Brian Jones would find fame as founding member of The Rolling Stones,
before personal conflicts and an increasing drug addiction led to him leaving the band in 1969.
Only a month later, his girlfriend found his body floating lifelessly in his swimming pool
due to uncertain events.  The coroner would label his demise "death by misadventure".
In 1995 the film Stoned would loosely chronicle his life.

Dorothy Stratten (1960-1980)

Dorothy Stratten was a Canadian model and actress.
She first found fame as a Playboy Playmate and was awarded Playmate Of The Year 1980.
She then moved into an acting career that was just beginning to take-off
when her estranged husband took both their lives in a shocking murder-suicide.
In 1983, Mariel Hemingway would portray Stratten in Bob Fosse's Star 80.
Dorothy with husband Paul Snider
Dorothy with John Ritter on the set of Peter Bogdanovich's They All Laughed.

Dorothy dolled up for the science-fiction cheesefest Galaxina.
Dorothy's Playboy Centerfold, August 1979

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Sunday, February 27, 2011

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Fuckin' Hicks!

“Here is my final point.  About drugs, about alcohol,
about pornography and smoking and everything else.
What business is it of yours what I do, read,
buy, see, say, think, who I fuck, what I take into my body
- as long as I do not harm another human being on this planet?"

Comedian, social critic, satirist and musician Bill Hicks continually challenged society
by skewering its religions, politics, philosophies and personal issues.
His dark comedy often criticized consumerism, superficiality, mediocrity and banality
within the media and pop culture; which he felt were oppressive tools of the ruling class,
meant to "keep people stupid and apathetic."

His quest to humorously enlighten the masses came to an end on this day
in 1994 due to pancreatic cancer.  He was only 32.

Positive Drug Story

The Point To Life

Play From Your Fucking Heart

Drugs & Evolution


You get the idea. Buy his CDs, grab the DVDs, watch his clips
on your favorite net stream - just keep his spirit alive.
We can never have enough free thinkers.  R.I.P.

Friday, February 25, 2011

David F. Friedman Poster Gallery #2

Space Thing (1968)

Thar She Blows! (1968)

Starlet! (1969)

Love Camp 7 (1969)

Trader Hornee (1970) 

The Big Snatch (1971)

The Long Swift Sword Of Siegfried (1971)

The Erotic Adventures Of Zorro (1972)

Bummer! (1973)

Ilsa: She Wolf Of The SS (1975)

Johnny Firecloud (1975)

7 Into Snowy (X) 1978

Chorus Call (X) (1979)

The Budding Of Brie (X) (1980)

Alexandra (X) (1983)

Blonde Heat: The Case Of The Maltese Dildo (X) (1989)

David F. Friedman Poster Gallery #1

The Adventures Of Lucky Pierre (1961)

 Daughter Of The Sun (1962)

Boin-n-g! (1963)

Blood Feast (1963)

Goldilocks & The Three Bares (1963)

Bell, Bare & Beautiful (1963)

Scum Of The Earth (1963)

Two Thousand Maniacs! (1964)

The Defilers (1965)

Color Me Blood Red (1965)

The Notorious Daughter Of Fanny Hill (1966)

A Smell Of Honey, A Swallow Of Brine (1966)

She Freak (1967)

The Brick Doll House (1967)

The Acid Eaters (1968)

The Head Mistress (1968)