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Rule 5 SundayMonday: Jesus Is The Answer

Posted on | April 4, 2011 | 19 Comments

Because it doesn’t matter what the question is.

At first I thought Soylent Green had found some steampunk hotness, but then I realized I’d misread the post title (NSFW, as grease is not opaque). Later, he supplied an early Easter Egg Hunt as well.

Three Beers Later, not to be outdone, continued the March Sweater Puppy Madness in not one, but TWO posts, added some Juliana Moreira, and finally, pitted zombies vs. cheerleaders. Whew!

Mind Numbed Robot likewise kept up the March Madness, and was joined by WyBlog, who showcased the RPI cheerleaders.

Elsewhere, POH Diaries spotlighted Evan Rachel Wood and Courtney Cox (both NSFW), while A View from the Beach draws our attention to Asma al-Assad, wife of the Syrian dictator, and the Rio Norte Line offers a portfolio of sci-fi movie actresses (NSFW, maybe). Eye of Polyphemus seems to have his rules confused, but considering he submitted Sofia Vergara, a minor typo is understandable. Nation of Cowards celebrates National Cleavage Day most appropriately with a post on Keeley Hazell, while Maggie’s Notebook submits the slightly more demure (and definitely more musical) Julianne Hough.

The Camp Of The Saints slacks off a wee bit this week, delivering the usual excellent Rule 5 News but only supplementing it with a post apiece on Kate Winslet and Ruth Guerri.

The DaleyGator, on the other hand, kicked out the jams with no less than eight posts -though maybe we should deduct points for Kathy Griffin. Even coverage of the naked corruption in the Dominican Republic won’t suffice to make up for THAT. Still, the Sanaa Lathan slideshow is pretty impressive, to say nothing of Amy Adams, Mary Louise Parker, Vanessa Hudgens, Alicia Machado; and finally, an interesting mix of Marisol Nichols, Shania Twain, and some Asian gals. Yeah, I guess that makes up for the Kathy Griffin.

Dustbury draws our attention to one possible casualty of the AT&T/T-Mobile merger: T-Mobile spokesbabe Carly Foulkes, and panders shamelessly to my tastes by posting MOAR ZOOEY.

Finally, the Jerseynut makes me think better of Sarah Silverman by posting some Rule 5 of the foul-mouthed “comedienne”. She also appears to have her head on straight about anti-semitism, though that’s probably a better subject for another post.

Thanks to all for their Rule 5 links! Bloggers interested in being included in next week’s roundup should send those links to Rule 5 Wombat by midnight, Saturday April 9.


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