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fs

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Girth and Nudity, a Pictorial Mission
By ABBY ELLIN
Published: May 13, 2007

BEFORE we begin, let’s get one thing out of the way: Yes, Leonard Nimoy is more than happy to do it — the Vulcan salute, the gesture that launched a thousand spaceships. He does so easily, effortlessly: palm outward, fingers extended, the index and middle finger smashed together, the ring finger and pinky touching, the thumb sticking out on its own.

“People ask me all the time,” Mr. Nimoy said, carrying saucers of coffee and tea into his art-filled living room off Central Park West. He placed them next to galleys of his forthcoming photography book, which sat near a copy of “Carnal Knowing: Female Nakedness and Religious Meaning in the Christian West,” by Margaret R. Miles, and a folder of news clippings on obesity.

“You see what I have here, about the health guidelines for models?” he asked, pointing a long, tapered finger toward the file.

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Sweet [Smile]

Way to go Leonard Nimoy!

He did a similar thing earlier (I can't read the link, as it requires registration) called "The Full Body Project"....
Either way, his taste is nice.
Though, some pics from the full body project were a bit too much of a ridicule for me from time to time...

Anyways,
Let's start this glorious workday....
..and hope I see plenty of the large beautiful ladies!!

Thomas

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Icon 1 posted July 09, 2007 23:50      Profile for fs   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
When I read the article I was thinking, "Oh, Tom would like this!"

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At Geek Prom 2007 we had a life size cut out of Spock. Here is Me with the cut out. lol

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Icon 1 posted July 10, 2007 01:35      Profile for Tom- geeking around   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Am I *THAT* predictable?

Or maybe my likings are just all too well-known...

LOL

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Icon 1 posted July 10, 2007 05:39      Profile for business attire     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
you're definitely a little too well known.

My favorite part?
"get a FREE* trial of Hoodia Patch!" in the advertising

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quote:
Originally posted by Mac D:
[QB] At Geek Prom 2007 we had a life size cut out of Spock. Here is Me with the cut out. lol

Is that a phaser in your pocket or are you just happy to see him?

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That's pretty cool. I'd actually love to pose for something like that, but I have no idea how or where I'd safely inquire about that sort of thing.

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quote:
Originally posted by TMBWITW,PB:
That's pretty cool. I'd actually love to pose for something like that, but I have no idea how or where I'd safely inquire about that sort of thing.

I imagine that sort of thing could be, *ahem*, easelly arranged. [Smile]

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I don't know, I've never worked with sheep before. [Razz]

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Oh geez I entirely missed the pun. I must have been in the wrong frame of mind.

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I don't know if the others appreciate us punifying the thread -- we'll have to canvas opinion.

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I don't mind peebs' puns, but spungo-- you're a real work of art.
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Here we were having a serious discussion and you all have to start with the puns. Next thing you know there will be off-color remarks made about livestock.

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C'mon, jokes about animals? That just sounds like easy Monet.

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Oh noes... Ver-meer hint of a pun and the flood gates are opened!

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If there are any more of these arty-puns, I shall have to call a Constable

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TFD - you're just jumping on the bandwagon....or is it a Haywain?

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You know, being a punnilinguist is a great way to hijack a thread... in Pissaro-world! </Comic Book Guy>

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quote:
Spungo wrote:

C'mon, jokes about animals? That just sounds like easy Monet.

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Well there you Gauguin.

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Man, you guys are good. These are making me laugh with Klee.
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I find all these puns a bit abstract , but they are making quite an impression on me.
[ohwell]

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After a Copley serious things regarding this post, I'll get to my pun:

(1) The article in the NYT was about the "Maximum Beauty" show.
(2) A preview and a message from Mr. Nimoy about the purpose of this particular show is on the R. Michelson Galleries Page.

And for those who want to read the article but don't want to deal with the NYT login/registration? Go here.

Erm, my pun-making skills are sketchy at best. I'll have to pencil in some time to learn how to make them.

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