March 1, 2014
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Free Video Clips Offered
Specialty Trade Shows along with McPete Sez and Nandovision are once again sponsoring a video session at the upcoming
International Lingerie Show, March 31-April
All exhibitors will have the option of having their models included in the free video shoot. Each model will be filmed for approximately 5 minutes to be converted to a short video clip, similar to Nandovision's very popular virtual catalogs.
Each participating exhibitor will also be able to submit their logo to be included in their segment and can receive the final video compilation to be used on their website and social media platforms.
For more information on the free video, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
or email@example.com or stop by the NandoVision Photo area during the show.
For more information on Virtual Catalogs by Nandovision go to www.nandovision.com
Tia Lyn's Curvy NY Fashion Show!
Video by Nandovision
Amy is wearing AFAP
Photo by Jerome Hamilton of Studio Time
Photography. If you would like more information about Fashion Photo or would like to be included in the McPete Sez Fashion Photo contact Jerome Hamilton at Studio Time Photography firstname.lastname@example.org
Russian Women Protest Underwear Ban
Women have been protesting a new law that will ban any underwear with a less than six percent rate of moisture absorption in Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan.
Protestors in Almaty, Kazakhstan, were arrested and thrown into police vans after wearing lace lingerie on their heads, shouting "Freedom to panties!"
The ban was first proposed by the Eurasian Economic Commission in 2010, which regulates the customs union, and is set to go into effect in July despite the fact that the Russian Industry and Trade Ministry tried to overturn the rule after complaints from manufacturers.
One of the official reasons given for the ban is that lace and other synthetic materials do not absorb enough moisture, especially compared to cotton. Moisture absorption in most synthetic lace panties is around 3 to 3.6 percent, below the 6 percent threshold.
"Panty science" aside, nearly 80 percent of underwear sold in Russia is foreign made, and it is estimated the ban could result in 90 percent of products disappearing from store shelves.
Eldorado Releases 2014
Party & Bachelorette Catalog
Distributor Prepares Retailers for the
Eldorado, an award-winning distributor of pleasure products, party supplies and lingerie, has released its 2014 Party & Bachelorette catalog featuring the latest party games, novelties and supplies. The Party & Bachelorette catalog was created to be customers’ guide to all the best party and bachelorette products.Read
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Shibue Couture at CurveNY
Photo by Fernando Cuestas of Nandovision
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Baci Lingerie Sponsored Carnegie Mellon University's Lunar Gala
Annual Student-Run Event Featured Hypnotic
Selections from Corsets by Baci, White Label, Envy, & More!
Baci Lingerie sponsored the annual student-run
fashion show, Lunar Gala, at Carnegie Mellon
University Saturday, February 15. Attendees
enjoyed models showcasing hand-selected
ensembles, including looks from Baci’s Black
Label, White Label, Dreams, and Envy Menswear
lines, as well as the new Corsets by Baci.
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ANME Founders Show
The winter edition of the ANME Show was held January 11-13, 2014, at the Burbank Airport
Marriott Hotel, where manufacturers gathered for the biannual showcase of the
latest pleasure product releases.
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Stellar Line-Up Of Entertainment Planned For 11th Annual Polar Bear Plunge
A stellar line-up of entertainment is planned for the 11th annual Greenbrier Valley Polar Bear Plunge, including a stunt plane flyover, a bluegrass band and the Greenbrier East High School JROTC Color Guard.
The March 8 Polar Bear Plunge, held at the Blue Bend Recreation Area in the Monongahela National Forest, has a 1 p.m start time and is a benefit fundraiser for the Child and Youth Advocacy Center of Lewisburg, a non-profit that agency that interviews and counsels sexually abused children in Greenbrier, Monroe and Pocahontas counties and aids in the prosecution of offenders.
Professional stunt pilot Scott Yoak, who lives in Lewisburg, will get the festivities started by performing a flyover of the event in his vintage Korean War plane, known as a Navy T-34 Mentor. During the airshow season, Yoak performs all across the United States and also does flyovers of professional football and baseball stadiums.
Yoak is the son of the late Bill Yoak, a professional movie stunt pilot, who also rebuilt and re-fabricated planes, most notably the Quicksilver P-51. Scott Yoak said the 1956 Navy T-34 Mentor he will be flying at the plunge is capable of speeds up to 240 m.ph.
“It’s a sweet little airplane and very maneuverable and it was used as the advanced training plane for the Navy for the Korean War,” Yoak, who has been flying for over 12 years, said. “I’m proud to be part of the annual polar bear plunge and can’t wait to get out there.”
After the plunge, the local Half Bad Bluegrass Band will be playing at the large shelter inside the Blue Bend Campground. The Half Bad Bluegrass Band was started back in 2005 by John Lively, of Dawson, as he and friends would gather around an old coal stove in his barn loft to play music.
Lively plays the banjo, his wife Heather is on lead vocals, and other band members include: Mike Estep, dog house bass; Lee Mack, mandolin; and Grant Bennett, lead guitar. The group has released three CD’s.
Cadets from the Greenbrier East High School JROTC Color Guard perform the national anthem on the swinging bridge at Blue Bend during the 2013 polar bear plunge.
Photo courtesy Connie Manchester.
“We call it upbeat bluegrass with maybe some newgrass mixed in there,” Lively said. “These are songs that everybody knows the words to and you could sing them with your 80-year-old grandmother or your five-year-old son.”
Steeped in tradition, the plunge will also feature the Greenbrier East High School JROTC Color Guard, with a trumpet performance of the National Anthem performed on the Blue Bend swinging bridge. With the backdrop of the beautiful mountains and Anthony Creek, the performance of the cadets is sure to bring a tear to your eyes.
Making her second appearance at the plunge is Penny The DJ (aka Penny Curtis). Penny will be on the spectator’s side playing music before and during the plunge. She also serves as the MC for the event.
This year’s food vendor will again be When Pigs Fly, featuring BBQ sandwiches and drinks. Professional Security Services, of Lewisburg, has been hired to handle security for the event.
The plunge was named a Top 20 event by the Southeast Tourism Society for 2014. Last year, over 130 plungers braved the 36-degree waters of Anthony Creek to raise funds and create awareness about child abuse in our local communities. In the past six years, the club has raised almost $40,000 for the CYAC. As always, 100% of the proceeds benefits the CYAC. For information on how to sponsor a plunger, call 304 645 4668.
It's Dark in Here
A woman takes a lover during the day, while her husband is at work.
One day, her 9-year-old son hides in the closet during one of her romps. Her husband comes home unexpectedly, so she hides the lover in the closet.
The little boy says, "It's dark in here."
The man whispers, "Yes, it is."
Boy - "I have a baseball."
Man - "That's nice."
Boy - "Want to buy it?"
Man - "No, thanks."
Boy - "My dad's outside."
Man - "OK, how much?"
Boy - "$250."
In the next few weeks, it happens again that the boy and the mom's lover end up in the closet together.
Boy - "It's dark in here."
Man - "Yes, it is."
Boy - "I have a baseball glove."
Man - Remembering
last time, asks, "How much?"
Boy - "$750."
Man - "Fine."
A few days later, the father says to the boy, "Grab your ball and glove. Let's go outside and toss the baseball."
The boy says, "I can't. I sold them."
The father asks, "How much did you sell them for?"
The son says "$1,000."
The father says, "It's terrible to overcharge your friends like that. That's way more than those two things cost. I'm going to take you to church and make you confess."
They go to the church and the father makes the little boy sit in the confession booth and he closes the door.
The boy says, "It's dark in here."
The priest says, "Don't start that mess again!"
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