Ah, Rule 5. Fine blend of bikinis, starlets and what have you. Enjoy!
- Shilpa Shetty. I've never seen her movies, but I love them already.
- Stephen Green uses Lani Anderson as blogbait for something. Literacy diminishes to zero in the vicinity of that URL.
- Fausta floats the question of whether Don Draper is the new Jack Bauer. I liked the one SNL episode the actor hosted, but I confess to having never seen Mad Men. She also has a game of 'spot the hottie' in a burst of Latin color.
- Rightofcourse reveals itself a serious Anglosphere booster Hmmm. Angloshpere as double-entendre?
- Nation of Cowards carries the theme forward nicely.
- HotMES returns to the Rule 5, recommending Kourtney Kardashian. Looks like she could use some wardrobe assistance. The failures of the American education system are a source of woe.
- Troglopundit features Erin Andrews. Now, we've cautioned Troglopundit about dirty pictures of Erin Andrews, but he still appears to require calibration. And he follows up with some ladies who can deliver that calibration. Ow.
- Fishersville Mike posted Shania Twain.
- ViralFootage, just in time for Inglourious Basterds, has Bikini Cinema doing, in all its vulgar NSFW 'glory', Pulp Fiction.
- Telegraph.co.uk has a roundup of 10 bikini goddesses.
- That methodical Morgan Freeberg fellow features Beyonce Knowles and Carly Zucker as part of his alphabetic guide to loveliness. Ever the science geek, he also reports on the water-soluble bikini.
- Paco, the Rule 5 Culture Czar, locates Dorothy Dandridge and Jane Russell for us.
- Superpowers That Be offers a conservative celebrity roundup. Fine mix of ladies, gentlemen, and ideas that don't suck.
- Jeffords gives us a look at Hollywood remakes, citing crucial Rule 5 concerns. It sounds like he can support a Werewolf remake on Emily Blunt grounds, but has misgivings about a rehash of Excalibur.
- PowerLine is holding down the fort on the Miss Universe reporting. Nerves of steel, those lads, bearing up under the pressure. Phenomenal.
- The Classic Liberal takes Rule 5 as a serious character study opportunity. It's offbeat, but TCL has our full support. This week, it's Mila Kunis.
- When I use the term 'tool' to refer to my Congressman, it's pejorative. That famous craftsman at the WyBlog demonstrates that the traditional meaning has Rule 5 application.
- The sad decay of Bob Belvedere into a Rule 5 junkie saddens us all. He can't decide between Jacqueline Bisset, or Dawn Wells, or an unnamed belly dancer
- Three Beers Later introduces Barbara Bouchet, and five seconds of spandex delight.
- Knowledge is Power has a couple of lovelies.
Blog name of the day is "Caught Him With a Corndog", and Red has apparently, married Hellboy. So I guess all the fathers can breath easily with respect to the safety of their daughters.