Frontier Former Editor

December 12, 2008

RIP, Bettie Page

Filed under: anatomy, art, art or something like it, be all you can be — Tags: — Frontier Former Editor @ 4:21 pm


A shame, given the kinds of people who do survive in public life these days

June 29, 2008

In honor of . . . .

Filed under: anatomy, blogging, cool stuff, humor, observations, sculpture, The View — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , — Frontier Former Editor @ 8:07 am

nursemyra and daisyfae, who managed to get their most recent postings in under the wire while visiting azahar, I offer this small cultural tribute. And it also includes a touch of neon green . . . .

A true synergy of culture and lingerie this blog thing is!

And, Az, the color the two smuggled in alone should bring you back to full health and a long life. I’m sure it probably burned out the sensors on several digital cameras already . . . .

June 2, 2008

Something less freakish than the U.S. presidential campaign . . .

Warning: If you’re a PETA enthusiast, don’t watch. If you believe everything that the Stalin-era USSR  and Ensign Chekov spouted, then you’ll enjoy this. If you’re a Tom Savini or Herschel Gordon Lewis Fan, you’ll probably fall asleep.

August 30, 2007

Death in Venice . . . .

Filed under: anatomy, dead pool, homeland security, medicine, old times, public health, societal niceties, Venice — Frontier Former Editor @ 10:27 am


(Mann o Mann, I knew that German short fiction class would come come in handy one day . . . .)

Ancient mass graves containing more than 1,500 victims of the bubonic plague have been discovered on a small island in Italy‘s Venetian Lagoon (see article and gallery)

April 1, 2006

the perfect synthesis between Gray’s Anatomy and the Rolling Stones

Filed under: anatomy, Rolling Stones, tongue — Frontier Former Editor @ 8:39 am

And I don’t mean the TV show . . .

With the growing trend of t-shirts with ‘classical’ images, this would make a great Rolling Stones concert tee.

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