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Old 03-03-2013, 05:37 PM   #26
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Ooh, Og's belly dancers are rather tasty. I like the one with the Cleopatra headdress.

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Old 03-03-2013, 05:39 PM   #27
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Aah; pictures which my old Grandad used to wilt over, I suspect.
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Probably great-granddad. My grandfather used to paper the walls of the back room of his barbershop with pinups from Esquire and the like and they were in full color. Ogg's photos are old!
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So where are these chickies from, Og? Middle-East? Farthe East? Any idea?

ps. 13a looks like she might be from around from my neighborhood.
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At least one photo claimed the woman was Algerian. (I'm so proud of myself. I didn't have to google it. )
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So where are these chickies from, Og? Middle-East? Farthe East? Any idea?

ps. 13a looks like she might be from around from my neighborhood.
13a might be, but I suspect that she is Moroccan or Algerian.

Most of them are from French African colonies. One was even posted with a French stamp.

Back in the period from 1890s to 1910s some of the French, who were renowned for producing feelthy postcards, had an unofficial contest to see who could post the most pornographic postcards through the French postal system without them being confiscated. None of the ones Jeanne has uploaded are anything near the depravity of the French pornographic ones of that era.

The censorship was erratic. Some of it was official. Some of it was postal workers pinching the best ones.

Of course, in those days, all French postal employees were male.

Post 1918 the French Post Office became more prudish, perhaps because they had recruited women postal workers during the war. The French population began to send postcards inside envelopes, maybe because unlike in the UK there wasn't a cheap stamp just for postcards.

One of my great-aunts had a collection of postcards sent to her from a Reverend Uncle at a mission in West Africa in the 1890s when she was a little girl . They showed 'Native Types', almost all nude down to the waist. In those days, as in the National Geographic, boobs weren't considered offensive as long as they were normal wear for native women.

She thought I, as a small boy, would like to see these souvenirs of Victorian Africa. I would have appreciated them much more when I was older.
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So where are these chickies from, Og? Middle-East? Farthe East? Any idea?

ps. 13a looks like she might be from around from my neighborhood.
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She's just a bit of eye candy, silly! . I know she doesn't look like it but I did find her on a site supposedly of Dubai beauties.

Did you read Scheherazade Goes West, or do I finally get some chocolates?

I'm just going to mention casually in passing here Prof. Jim Al-Khalili's book Pathfinders: The Golden Age of Arabic Science, as discussed in his blogpost. Prof. Al-Khalili had an excellent series on Islam and Science on the BBC a little while ago, discussing the way in which for a couple of centuries, Islamic thinkers developed the traditions of mathematics and medicine begun in Greek civilisation.

We still, of course, use the Arabic numbering system.

Now I'll go and find some more eye candy for TXRad.

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Here's one for NRA members. She demonstrates very ably too how hot and sexy you can look even if you're only using your eyes.

Oh, and a gun.

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See that in the UK and she'd be surrounded by enthusiastic Coppers in bullet-proof vests.

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She's just a bit of eye candy, silly! . I know she doesn't look like it but I did find her on a site supposedly of Dubai beauties.

Did you read Scheherazade Goes West, or do I finally get some chocolates?

I'm just going to mention casually in passing here Prof. Jim Al-Khalili's book Pathfinders: The Golden Age of Arabic Science, as discussed in his blogpost. Prof. Al-Khalili had an excellent series on Islam and Science on the BBC a little while ago, discussing the way in which for a couple of centuries, Islamic thinkers developed the traditions of mathematics and medicine begun in Greek civilisation.

We still, of course, use the Arabic numbering system.

Now I'll go and find some more eye candy for TXRad.


We call them Arabic numbers because we got the from the Arabs, but the decimal numbering system, with that all-important zero, came to the Arabs from the Indus Valley.

We do have to thank the Muslims for preserving much of Greek writings, including mathematics and science, and for some very useful technology, such as the vacuum pump and the windmill. Those latter were invented in Baghdad around 1200 CE, essentially to provide water for the 1.5 million inhabitants (as contrast, Paris was at about 100,000 at the time).

I read an interesting article about ten years ago, by a Muslim woman, on the relationship between Islam and science. She argued that the Muslim world was primarily interested in the practical, technological aspects of science, and largely dismissive of the intellectual bases of science itself. I'll try to refind it in my library for you.

I'll be looking for Scheherazade Goes West, and I'll send you some xocolotl mexica anyway.

Now, do I get some eye candy, too?
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Ooh, Og's belly dancers are rather tasty. I like the one with the Cleopatra headdress.

Raks sharki dancing is actually something the women do for each other at weddings . Sisters doing it for themselves, as it were.

The last one? That's Theda Barra I think, playing Cleopatra. I could be wrong though.
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If I get the chance, I'll make you something of my own. I usually dip blood orange segments in dark chocolate as a little treat for friends. They pair together very well. Sweet and sour, crunchy and juicy; they're delicious, and easy to make.
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I think you are wrong. This is Theda Bara:



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No, you are right, I believe, though it is Bara. They all (including Gloria Swanson) made some interesting movies before the Fatty Arbuckle incident and the establishment of "The Code."

No, wait. I don't think we're talking about the same picture. One did look like Bara, though; I'll go back and check them all out.
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No, you are right, I believe, though it is Bara. They all (including Gloria Swanson) made some interesting movies before the Fatty Arbuckle incident and the establishment of "The Code."

No, wait. I don't think we're talking about the same picture. One did look like Bara, though; I'll go back and check them all out.
It does look like her doesn't it? Sorry yes I know it's Bara, one 'r', or rather I should know because I write a paper about her depiction of Cleo .
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