Saturday, July 23, 2011

A girl with a dragon tattoo, Rule 5

I am in the process of reading the novel The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo on my Kindle right now, so that is where my mind is at. I love a good "book". And the Kindle is getting less and less strange with every "page-turn".
Maggie's Notebook salutes the Military with a moving post.

And Saturday night is bath night at Theospark.

Mila Kunis at American Power.

While the original Rule 5er, R S McCain features an upskirt photo.

8 comments:

Doom said...

I'm not sure why I like her, but she is one of the few Hollywood chicks worthy of my notice. Maybe it's because I don't read or hear her politics, she is sort of easy on the eyes, and I hear nothing of her maxing out at drug parties, going to jail, or through rehab. Though she really could lose the too. At least it is somewhat tasteful, for a woman tattoo.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Where's the tattoo?

Maggie Thornton said...

I've read the trilogy. Liked it, especially the 1st and 3rd. After reading, found the author is also famous for fighting "right-wing extremist" and "racism." His characters are about as vivid as one can make them.

Today I'm on the second volume of Game of Thrones and finally Kindle sent me Iain Murray's Stealing you Blind: How Government Fat Cats are Getting Rich Off of You. Looks like it will be a good resource.

Good choice for Rule 5. She is a stunningly beautiful woman.

Maggie@MaggiesNotebook
http://maggiesnotebook.com

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WoFat said...

I fear that girls who draw on themselves, or have others do it for them, don't do much for me.

Opus #6 said...

Wo, in the book, the gal was not getting tattooed in order to become more attractive. Neither I nor my family members are into tattoos. However, the book turned out to be a good one.

LL said...

I think that Angelina will make a good Lisbeth Salander. They both have the same vibe.

Kid said...

I'm not much into tattoos, but I like this one. I'm a dragon myself.