People call me Lizzie Bee
People call me Lizzie Bee. Southern California is where i call home and I have a family that I wouldn't trade for anything. Taken By A Good Man. Life is too short to not enjoy the beauty, comedy, sadness, love and righteousness that it holds. So here I share the things that mean something to me, in hopes they will mean something to you as well. Like OrangeSUnshine Blog on FACEBOOK for streaming updates: facebook.com/OrangeSUnshineBlog
Friday, October 28, 2011
Thursday, October 27, 2011
"In 1975, Anneka Vasta was the Penthouse Pet of the Year. But on Jan. 4, 2011, joggers found Vasta's nude, dead body washed up on the shores of Camp Pendleton, the major Marine Corps base near San Diego. She was still so slim and youthful looking, the San Diego Union Tribune reports, that military police thought she was a teenager.The Naval Criminal Investigative Service is now asking anyone who has information about Vasta's death or saw her before her body was found to contact them. She had a broken neck and back, and police have yet to determine whether she was the victim of accidental drowning or committed suicide. Her family has "vehemently denied" she would have killed herself, the Union Tribune reports.
Her car was found parked on a viewpoint 60 feet above the Pacific Ocean, and the Union Tribune reports that a bloody bra and blouse, as well as a blood-stained steak knife, were found in the car.
Vasta used the name Anneka Di Lorenzo in her modeling days. She also played Messalina in Penthouse founder Bob Guccione's infamous 1979 movie "Caligula," the first movie to feature major stars in a film with explicit sex scenes. The film is famous as one of the only films critic Roger Ebert walked out of. Ebert later awarded it zero stars and described the movie as "sickening, utterly worthless, shameful trash."
Vasta once dated Guccione, but in 1990, she won a $4 million lawsuit against him, claiming he compelled her to have sex with two of his business associates, the New York Times reports.
She was born Marjorie Thoreson in Minnesota, but left there at just 14 for Los Angeles."
Entire article copied directly from MSNBC
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Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Johnny is a buddy of mine out of San Diego, Ca who has done some of my tattoo work. He currently works out of Allegory Ink located at 3641 El Cajon Blvd. San Diego, CA 92104. Chill dude that does awesome work.. Check out his Facebook page or his Myspace page to get some custom tattoo work done by a talented local artist.
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Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Collection of Behind The Scenes Photos
Nosferatu (1922) — only Max Schreck “lounged” like that.
ron (1982) — David Warner and Bruce Boxleitner fuck around in costume.
On the set of Ghostbusters.
Marathon Man — Hoffman & Olivier.
A self portrait of Stanley Kubrick with his daughter, Jack Nicholson and the crew @ the set of The Shining.
The Empire Strikes Back - filming the Crawl.
Gotta love Jim Henson - Sesame Street
Requiem for a Dream — Jennifer Connelly strapped into a SnorriCam.
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Oh, how i love these illustrations. A complete mash-up of artistic talent and a love for a good mind-fuck. Check out more of Fab Ciraolo's work HERE. Some really awesome stuff.. especially if you like to keep a stock pile of stuff to trip out on.
Posted by OrangeSUnshine at 2:43 PM
I've always been interested in technology, especially the design of things and the way they're put together. It goes deeper than that, when I view humanity as a whole I have to ask 'what is it about us that wants to make all this?'
That question affords me the ability to examine not only the 'why' but also the final product.
From our humble beginnings we've demonstrated an amazing ability for progress, we've wanted 'better' and 'more', technology is only a part of it, but for me and the society we live in today it's the part accessible and relatable for everyone. As we hurtle towards an unknown and uncertain future, technology and the way we use it will become increasingly more important. It has already become so integrated into our lives that I doubt many of us could live without it. As we build more and invent more, are we helping our humanity or are we robbing ourselves of it?
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