February 18, 2014
Reasons to Go Back to Space: Kate Upton in Zero-G
Management suggests full screen mode when viewing the video after the jump. This in order to examine the more critical elements of this very scientific experiment.
For more details please pursue your scientific studies at Swimsuit 2014 - Kate Upton Zero Gravity - Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2014 - SI.com
Posted by gerardvanderleun at February 18, 2014 7:53 PM
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They don't call that airplane the "vomit comet" for nothing... I hope she had a strong stomach. (certainly an attractive one....)
I just don't find her very attractive. Nor Angelina Jolie, or the dozen or so other flash in the pans of late. Quality is being seriously undermined in everything anymore in exchange for the convenient.
Now Cindi Wood, or Patty McGuire....they knew how to put em together back then.
Unholster them and let her knock herself out!
Open the Boob Bay doors, HAL.
In the spirit of Howard Hughes, and based on my observations, I think the standard 1-G brassiere needs to be redesigned for a zero-G environment. The young ladies are all about maximizing their show, so if this starts becoming a thing, some glamour accoutrements are gonna have to be modified.
My wife, a technical person herself, was annoyed by this, and got on my case about it. I had to explain the attraction of the male gender to the spectacle. It's not the shape of the furnishings that brings them in, it's the smile. Or said another way, it's the eye-candy that brings you, it's the smile that enslaves you.
As a woman friend of mine once said, "Big tits are power."
"Huddled masses yearning to be free!"
Peccable : big tits are power
Reality: big tits are future soccer balls
It appears to me that her breasts take on a noticeably different shape in 0-G. Does this happen with other women? Does it happen with women who don't have implants? These are important questions, deserving of further study, at least as important as the typical academic grant application. I look forward to seeing the results.
...whatever you say, Miss Upton...
Heavenly bodies, indeed...