Great, Louie!El Brendel also got mentioned here:http://www.romeobserver.com/articles/2011/08/09/entertainment/doc4e4190fde6341315201468.txt
I saw that Charlie. Thanks for sharing the link.
Hey babe, did you get a whole bunch of extra hits on the 20th? I got about 200 extra, all hitting my El Brendel posts, but I'm not good enough at Google Analytics to figure out where they came from.
Just posting so I can subscribe to comments ;)
Nope, doesn't seem like I got any jump in hits at all. Glad you did though!
Yeah, regarding the Google Analytics, the 2nd largest slice of referrals I have had recently from searches had been "Ava Gardner Nude"!!
I get a lot of hits from people looking for photos of nude celebrities, too. Strangely, even though I occasionally post nude celebs on Technoknob, I rarely get hits over there. (I did get slammed with hits when Tura Satana passed away, though.)As for the extra hits yesterday, I think maybe someone linked to a photo I posted from Just Imagine.
That's pretty cool.Speaking of nude celebs, have you seen this one:http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v228/robertpollard/img025.jpg
!...is that Robert Pollard in a faux vintage photo?
Huh. Well, I see whoever that is has a lot of classic photos on their Photobucket, so it's probably not the singer Robert Pollard... but I am at a loss on that LOL
I just like Robert Pollard so that is the name I chose for my photobucket account. The picture is El Brendel from the stage play "Spice of 1922".
DANG. I was so sure that was one of those "fake" pictures of someone that just looked like a celebrity. "Spice of 1922" seems to have had a Garden of Eden number... guess they meant that literally.I don't think I could have been more startled by any other photo.
I actually have a few from this "naked" session!
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