Saturday, May 2, 2009

Full Metal Saturday: Bar Refaeli

It's been busy blogging around here the last few days. In fact, I hope readers send viral my first hand report from yesterday, "Pasadena "May Day! May Day!" Anti-Socialism Rally."

And I'm going to busy today as well, running my boys around to art classes and math tutoring. So I'd better started with my "
Full Metal Reach Around" and "Rule 5" action. Check out Bar Rafaeli and "The 2009 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition Cover":

Those just tuning in to my Saturday "Reach Around" tradition might check out how it's done at No Sheeples Here!: "Full Metal Jacket Reach-Around." Plus, TrogloPundit's got, "A little early Rule #2 action." And the guys at Maggie's Farm get hot with some linky love of their own!

"Rule 5" is key to the genre, so I'm happy to find David at Thunder Run doing
some hot Rule 5-ing! And don't forget to check out Wellywanger!

I'm checking over at
Monique Stuart's, and she's branching out into "hotness" analysis. Suzanna Logan's on the case as well. And as Fausta Wertz illustrates, even German Chancellor Angela Merkel's good for a little Saturday fun! And more at Pat in Shreveport's, "Saturday Linkage with Russell Crowe."

See also:


* AubreyJ, "Short note from AubreyJ ..."

* The Blog Prof, "NY Gov Patterson Settles Racial Discrimination Suit."

* Common Sense Political Thought, "
Just give us the dirt."

* Crush Liberalism, "Photo of the week, “Barney Frank” edition."

* Gayle's Place, "
Let Me Become an Illegal Alien, PLEEEAAASE!"

* Hummers and Cigarettes, "Progressives: Finding Humor In Their Hypocrisy."

* Instapundit, "CONCORD MONITOR: The More Restraints On Earmarks The Better."

* Legal Insurrection, "Why Is Deval Patrick On Anyone's List?"

* Little Miss Attila, "Stacy McCain Tries to Annoy Feminists ..."

* Michelle Malkin, "
Obama’s choices: Gird your loins," on David Souter's retirement.

* Midnight Blue, "
@FollowFriday," on Sarah Palin on Twitter.

* Moe Lane, "
Joe Sestak not making way for Arlen Specter?"

* PFB Blog, "
Sexist Beyonce Says Michelle Obama is her “hero”."

* Pundit & Pundette, "
Creating demand for bigger government."

* The Real World, "

* The Rhetorican, "
Clash of the Enlightened Beings Continues!"

* Riehl World View, "
He Who Judges."

* Right Wing Sparkle, "
Kathleen Parker Finally Gets Something Right."

* Robert Stacy McCain, "
Video: Gay gynephobia."

* Snooper Report, "The changing World."

* Sparks From the Anvil, "Waterboarding Pales in Comparison to the Comfy Chair."

* Sundries Shack, "Souter’s Gone. Let the Democratic Carnage Begin!"


Dave said...

Nice, uh, breasteses. :-)

Bikini or Nothing?


What can I say. Men are pigs.



AmPowerBlog said...

She's a beautiful woman, Dave. And that's the thing. I think women like this are so full of life. Healthy and vibrant. That is cool!

Dennis said...

I'm sorry, but feminists can go to HELL. When it becomes bad to enjoy beauty, no matter its form, then we need a real revolution.
I suspect beauty is like talent, those that feel they don't have either will go to extraordinary means to suppress it. Like most Leftists that have a difficult time in competing and becoming the best they can be. Most of their time is spent attacking that which they will never have, talent, skill, ability, discipline, et al.
To appreciate beauty is the one of the first steps in appreciating the hard work and talent that goes into true success and what life can hold for those who want to expend the effort to be the best they can be.

AmPowerBlog said...

"To appreciate beauty is the one of the first steps in appreciating the hard work and talent that goes into true success and what life can hold for those who want to expend the effort to be the best they can be."

Perfect, Dennis ... thanks!

tomas said...


Do you have a clue as to the origins of the "Feminist" movement?

I don't think they give a rats ass about your opinion on beauty.

Most feminists (not the pretentiuous pseudo-feminists...), but the real ones, care about being given equal opportunities in social, academic and professional spheres.

You don't need "buns of steel" and sexy blue eyes to lead a professional careers equal to that of men.