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Discussion in 'Ethics and Philosophy' started by Aggie, Feb 17, 2003.
Ah....how about Cleopatra, Margaret Tatcher, Madame Curie, .....Moses wife..poor guy must have been nagged to death for bringing all those animals home, I bet she is the one who slipped the fleas just to get even with him...
Interesting that your information on the origin of fleas coincides perfectly with mine.
I vote for Lady Godiva---I have always stood in awe at her horse(wo)manship and her sense of fairplay in taxation.
Besides, isn't every photographer a bit of a Peeping Tom?
Hey!!!!! Easy there, Aggie wanted us to own up...Owning up is one thing...baring one's soul is another. I only noticed the ladies ability to protest taxation and handle the darned horse, I swear!!!!
Aggie, I think that King Christian took credit for the creation of "comparative analysis"
1. Kim Basinger
2. Catherine Zeta Jones
(ok so I'm shallow)
3. Jackie O
4. Indira Gandhi
6. A series on female serial killers
7. Queen E II
Yes, but Catherine Zeta Jones will sue you if she doesn't like the pictures....
First, I want it on record that I did NOT restrict the previous thread to men.
That being said, here are my choices:
1. Joan of Arc
2. Lucrecia Borgia
3. Catherine d'Medici
4. Eva Braun (sp? Hitler's Mistress)
5. Marie Curie
6. Elanor Roosevelt
Who was the queen of England who was famous for rolling heads? Like my earlier responses to this Q, I suggest a good 8x10 contact view of her face...the look in her eye, her soul peering out...
And Ashley Judd, of course. What's a fantasy photo shoot without Ashley Judd in the house???
Ayn Rand, philosopher, and Atlas Shrugged character, Dagney.
Yes...Ayn Rand standing on the edge of a cliff, hair in the wind, just like that Howard Roark. Black and white, big dramatic clouds overhead, you can't quite tell whether she's the queen of the world or whether it's the other way around...
1. Helen of Troy - especially when she was ... confronting Menelaus.
3. Myrrhine, alone and together with Lysistrata (Note 1.)
4. Queen Margerethe(sp?) of Denmark.
5. The woman who was the subject of that tiled floor in Crete.
6. The model for the Venus De Milo.
7. Audrey Hepburn
8. Bridget Bardot.
9. Aggie (me too!).
A woefully incomplete list. Thousands more....
Note 1: I have taken a part in a local production of "Lysistrata". There will be world-wide performances of this play by Aristophanes, on 3 March 2003, to protest ANY future war - "A Theatrical Act of Dissent". Check out: www.LysistrataProject.com.
Amelia Earhart, somewhere other than next to an airplane.
I wonder how a Hollywood photographer would photograph her.
I see a photograph of Amelia sitting next to her mother on a front porch swing in Atchison, Kansas (her home town) prior to the ill fated flight. This is not Hollywood, I understand...nor am I a Hollywood photographer. I do think that it would be an interesting image.
1.Pamela Anderson because of the Silicon walley and the large bobs!http://apug.org/forum/html/emoticons/w00t.gif
2. Queen Victoria from spain hope I remember on the right name she lived in Middle Age
and she showed to the german King Alexander not sure on thad name also, here nice und large "Bobs" and she salveged a war with thad action! A true story but not sure on the names anymore!
3. Maria Callas
8.My last nude model Ivel