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|Oct-05-16|| ||HeMateMe: I searched for chess yoga, and this came up:
timeout at a life sized game?
this chess set comes up:
I'm not sure I like how the king is depicted. He's upside down, facing the Queen? I guess the pawns are carved true to life.
|Oct-05-16|| ||zanzibar: <HMM> You need a rating system...|
Could be time to abide in FIDE? (in iambic pentameter)
|Oct-21-16|| ||HeMateMe: She's 51!
Liz still rocks.
|Nov-05-16|| ||zanzibar: Apropos nothing in particular...
Don't like that outfit? Get a grip!
|Nov-07-16|| ||zanzibar: <HMM> you know, I didn't recognize her, by name or photo. |
But I discovered the side-link looking up the link <keypusher> gave about Carlsen worrying about Russian hacks...
Magnus Carlsen (kibitz #82294)
or straight to Liz...
Her preparation doesn't need hiding, apparently.
|Nov-07-16|| ||Retireborn: <z> Around 20 years ago sections of the British press were absolutely obsessed with La Hurley and all her doings. She was always more of a celeb than an actress, but nice to see she is still going strong.|
Her best film probably "Bedazzled" where she plays the Devil angling for Brendan Fraser's soul. And she plays a little chess in that, as I recall! Cheats though.
|Nov-07-16|| ||HeMateMe: I always confuse her with Jacqueline Bisset, French babe. You couldn't go far wrong, with either girl:|
I don't think Hurley ever really got a shot at serious movies. Or, the public just didn't like her in serious roles. she has a straight dramatic role in a recent movie about some Russian art thief who she is married to, played by Gérard Depardieu. Haven't seen it.
I kind of like the Royals, where she plays a fictional queen of England. Good, trashy fun.
She had a serious role in a Sean Penn movie eight years ago that was pretty dull. Her best stuff is probably the romantic comedies she made when very young, stuff that seems a good fit.
|Nov-07-16|| ||perfidious: Jacqueline Bisset defined superbiosity, back in the day.|
Elizabeth Hurley is also smashing.
|Nov-08-16|| ||Retireborn: <perfidious> Superbiosity is a superb word!|
One is reminded of the old sea shanty:-
"Hooray, and up she rises, Hurley in the morning!"
|Nov-09-16|| ||zanzibar: Just for the record, I did have a passing familiarity with Hurley's name, mostly because of Hugh Grant's past antics.|
Oh, what fools these mortals be!
But, not recognizing Hurley in her full superbiosity, I only had Liz to go on - but, as far as I'm concerned, there is but the one and only Liz...
|Nov-09-16|| ||zanzibar: <(Sorry, everybody.)> Indeed!|
|Nov-10-16|| ||HeMateMe: We need better liz, I say:
|Nov-10-16|| ||zanzibar: <HMM> hmm... couldn't find that image in my favorite google image Liz category - i.e. <Eyes>:|
A feature which aged rather well...
She has only admirable entries in several other categories as well.
Here's a couple of admirables all in one shot:
"All American", indeed.
|Nov-11-16|| ||Retireborn: If eyes are your thing, the actress Naomi Watts has sparkling highlights in hers:-|
|Nov-12-16|| ||HeMateMe: Kim Kardashian's butt implants, before and after:|
You can definitely see the difference.
|Nov-15-16|| ||zanzibar: I hate to butt in, but would it be too cheeky to say that the the coverage of the Kardashian's is endless. Aye, eye, aye.|
|Nov-15-16|| ||WannaBe: Butt out of this!|
|Nov-16-16|| ||Retireborn: I loved that episode of HIMYM, where Kim quotes Shakespeare to that idiot Marshall.|
|Nov-18-16|| ||zanzibar: <RB> Ha! I actually had to look up HIMYM on the web to get the ref.|
Here's the snippet -
(Kim's animated Them Weekly cover shot)
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BTW- You could say I'm a sucker for beautiful eyes, and mellifluous voices too.
Naiomi Watts certainly qualifies in the eyes department, though I was a little disappointed that hers are blue and not green (like the photo in your link seemed to suggest to me).
BTW- never underestimate the importance of eye color...
I assume you're familiar with this British product?
|Nov-18-16|| ||Retireborn: HIMYM (or at least the early seasons) is quite good fun, although NPH has to carry it at times.|
Watts is perhaps best known for a stunning double performance in Mulholland Drive. Only recommended if you can cope with David Lynch and his nightmare thinking.
I'm afraid I've never even heard of On Approval. I'll look out for it!
|Nov-19-16|| ||HeMateMe: secret agent Irina shayk:
|Nov-22-16|| ||zanzibar: One has to be rather broad-minded to not be bored by the lack of boards in <HMM>'s link above!|
|Nov-22-16|| ||HeMateMe: It was directed by Penelope Cruz! Look out, Spielberg!|
|Nov-24-16|| ||zanzibar: Doll or Rogoff?
|Nov-24-16|| ||zanzibar: Gheesh, and we only get Trumps hair, so unfair!|
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