Saturday, December 30, 2017

No More Virgins in Paradise

I missed this piece of news when I took a leave of absence from my blog. 

But this person deserves more than just a mention in my website because he was extraordinary – he had revved up the sexual revolution in the 1950s. And not just that, but he gets to spend an eternity in the company of America's most celebrated sex symbol. Sigh.

A headstone memorializing Hugh Hefner is pictured alongside Marilyn Monroe's grave marker at a Los Angeles cemetery. 

His muse: The first issue of Playboy, published in December 1953, featured Marilyn Monroe on the cover in a black silk dress with a plunging neckline 

Playboy founder Hugh Hefner died aged 91 on September 27, 2017. And he was laid to rest at a coveted spot in Los Angeles, California, USA – next to Marilyn Monroe. He had paid $75,000 in 1992 to reserve the plot at the celebrity-packed Westwood Village Memorial Park, according to The Hollywood Reporter

Monroe was Playboy's inaugural cover girl in December 1953 and she would become one of Hollywood's biggest stars and an American sex symbol for a generation. She passed away in 1962 at the age of 36, caused by a drug overdose. 

I have no doubt Hefner is having a ball of a time up there! And so, here is an important announcement for all wannabe jihadists:

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