Saturday, March 11, 2017

Pam Anderson and Julian Assange Dating?

Pam Anderson headed to the Ecuadorean embassy.
The New York Post reports:
It was love at first leak!

“Baywatch” star Pamela Anderson has gone from slow motion runs on the beach to mysterious late night visits to the embassy where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is holed up.

Anderson was most recently spotted entering the Ecuadorian safe space in London Thursday night wearing a camel overcoat, snug black top — and either a really short skirt, or no pants at all.

Anderson, 49, is a regular at the facility, coyly smiling for photographers as she struts inside to see Assange, 45, whose rogue outfit has dumped some of the US government’s most closely guarded secrets.

She refused to deny the dating rumors — saying he intellectually stimulates her more than all her “ex-husbands and lovers combined.”

“I think he’s quite sexy,” she wrote in a blog post on Thursday. “He has tremendous strength and stamina — though vulnerable. Hard to imagine him that way — as capable as he is. But, he is up against the biggest super powers in the world.”...

Speaking to John Bishop on The Nightly Show this week, she described meeting Assange last year through British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood.

“We started seeing each other every month, and now we see each other a lot more regularly,” she said, according to The Sun.


  1. To quote the great movie Office Space, "Make sure you wear a rubber dude."

  2. Speaking of the mysteries of the spontaneous order, Ms. Anderson was Canada’s “Centennial Baby”.

    Anderson got some press coverage right after her birth as the country's "Centennial Baby", having been the first baby born on July 1, 1967, the 100th anniversary of Canada's official founding via the Constitution Act, 1867.

    She initially became famous because in 1989, she was attending a British Columbia Lions football game wearing a “Labatt’s Blue” shirt where she was featured on the Jumbotron. The brewing company hired Anderson briefly as a spokesmodel. Inspired by that event, her then-boyfriend produced a poster of her image, entitled the Blue Zone Girl.

    In other Canadian Centennial news, Gordon Lightfoot was commissioned to write The Centennial Song. It’s probably the last “pop” song that celebrated enterprise:

    For they looked in the future and what did they see
    They saw an iron road runnin' from sea to the sea
    Bringin' the goods to a young growin' land
    All up through the seaports and into their hands

    Look away said they across this mighty land
    From the eastern shore to the western strand
    Bring in the workers and bring up the rails
    We gotta lay down the tracks and tear up the trails
    Open 'er heart let the life blood flow
    Gotta get on our way 'cause we're movin' too slow


  3. Payment for his support for the state - limited hangouts