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Real News, Fox News, and the Joys of Pedophilia

Bill O'Reilly is out, Roger Ailes is dead, so why not remember a happier time...when "BATMAN" was on the air?

The Fox website just offered up an interview with Julie...

Leave it to Fox to lead with, what, a vaguely pedophile interest in "sexual awakenings?" The first pubic hairs? That a 14 year-old has discovered an interest in a woman twice his age? Verrrrry interesting. Oh, wrong catch-phrase. Holy Pedo!

Eventually the Fox interviewer left the topic of first turn-ons and concentrated on the undeniable fact that it's much more fun to tune in "Batman" reruns, or most any classic TV reruns, then check out the Nightly News.

The usual questions were asked: how did you get to be Catwoman, who is the best Batman, etc. etc., but if the alternative is to wonder what motivates Putin, Kim Jung-Un or Trump...yes, might as well wonder what fabric that Catwoman suit was made out of. Although that COULD keep you up at night, too.

In the end, one needs to be down to Earth. What goes on in cyberspace, or the White House or the Kremlin is beyond our control, but we can tend our own garden. Or some neighbor's garden. In which case, why not plant the seeds of...the Julie Newmar daylily? Seems like this is the perfect (oh, make that purrrrrfect) time of year to get dirty the right way.

Yes, indeed, the tales that males 13 to 16 tell about getting horny for an older woman in a catsuit are pretty down and dirty. Better to get down and in the dirt, and create something beautiful. (PS, there's also a Julie Newmar rose).

Birthday 36 - And a Great Time Was Had by All

February 21st was the 36th birthday for Julie's son John Jewl Smith.

As usual, it was held at UCP a facility loaded with others who could also share in the festivities. It was, in Julie's words, "our Everybody's Handicapped Club." There was a kiddie magician, one of those guys who blows bubbles, makes zany faces, and does miming. At one point he walked around wearing a Mummenschanz bit of tubing, pretending to be a giant Muppet-worm. Watch out, the thing is gonna lean over and swallow you!

It took about two months of post-production by the clever Gene Hamm, to add appropriate music and get it uploaded to YouTube, but it's worth the wait. Just go to Julie's YouTube page or type in John's Birthday 2017.

Among the highlights...

Once again thanks to the "audacious talents" of Gene Hamm (Julie's phrase). And thanks to all the Facebookers who call attention to themselves with their sincere compliments about John and Julie.

Special mention to Robert Humphries:

"I had the great pleasure in meeting you and your son...your an inspiration for humanity in every sense of the word! Very humbling experience, Julie Newmar! X!"

and Herchel Sawyer:

"Dearest Julie...Thank you...for sharing this thing with us. You have unselfishly paid the full price for a priceless Son. Some of us have an inkling of the fine, fine work, and Mothering you've done...I do pray that John Jewl had a super-fabulous Birthday!!!!"

Photo Fun

First off, no, that is NOT a "bondage" image on the front page of Julie's website.

Her hands are NOT tied behind her back. The idea that the photographer has any desire to see a woman in bondage is absurd.

Likewise this isn't a Venus de Milo homage, and it's quite accidental that she looks like she has no hands at all.

While most of Julie's vintage photographers liked the idea of Julie's arms being around them, or at least in sight, just enjoy the Mona Lisa aspect of it. We're used to seeing Julie looking smiling and positive, and here's something enigmatic, with a touch of mystery.

As we say at Facebook, if you don't have anything positive to say, shut up. Constructive criticism is, well, destructive.

Something like that.

There's no doubt about the upbeat message of the latest item available at the website: flower-child GREETING CARDS.

It's a set of Photoshop jobs that accentuate the fact that Julie is blooming well the most beautiful work of art on the planet.

You'll find ordering info in the CARDS link on the top of the website.

Ebay Forgery: It Happens

Be careful when buying autographed photos.

Thanks to today's technology, forgery is easier than ever. It used to require some skill and a steady hand to duplicate a signature, but thanks to autopens and Photoshop, more and more con artists are tricking people into buying FAKES.

Case in point, this recent item on eBay.

Julie fans might instantly have noticed that this is a Photoshop fake. It's Julie as Catwoman stuck on the body of some kind of half-naked dominatrix with a thick waste and rather stumpy legs. The con artist's idea: offer an autograph on a photo a fan definitely doesn't have already.

This seller also offered fake images of Emma Watson, Jennifer Aniston and Ariana Grande. So Julie was in good company. The seller also had unlikely rarities like a photo of Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston autographed by both of them.

Giddy fans are pretty trusting. All they need to see is the magic phrase "Certificate of Authenticity." All this means is that somebody paid $20 for a website domain, and like a "fake news" site, put up false credentials about being an "expert." It might mean even less, and it's just a piece of paper signed by somebody claiming to be an "expert," and having no website or even a post office address.

Old-fashioned forgers would practice a signature and it would take a very trained eye to tell the difference. Forgers who use an auto-pen that traces a real signature and then duplicates it on any piece of paper, are hider to catch. You need to compare signatures and see that they match up on EVERY photo of that celebrity that the forger is selling. Thanks to Photoshop, it's easy to seize a real autograph, and superimpose it on a photo. What gives this away, if you look for it, is that the ink of the signature is no different from the ink of the print-out photo.

Some unscrupulous eBay sellers simply offer a copy of a signed photo, neglect to say it's a "pre-print" or a copy made from an original, and sell it as if it was the real thing. How many bidders, suspending disbelief, never bother to truly examine the photo that they lovingly frame and put on the wall, or simply obsessively stick into a looseleaf binder as an addition to "the collection?"

In the old days, con artists would just concentrate on a signature, but with new technology available, they can add something extra. In this case, the con artist stole an existing autograph that include Julie's added word "Fondly." The con artist could've found one with another common Julie phrase added, "You're purrrrfect," because it's perfectly easy to Photoshop as many words off an autographed photo as possible, and then superimpose them on something else.

Caveat emptor. (No, that doesn't mean Dick Caveat is hungry.)

Saatchiart.com Julie Photoshop Pictures Still Available

Kudos to all the clever Facebookers who leave their witty comments for Julie.

It’s nice that they take time from their busy, busy days to do that. Special kudos to the clever Dan Curley, who often leaves several clever comments on the same post!

Here’s a post about Julie’s Photoshop jobs which can be bought at SAATCHIart.com, which is called “the world’s leading art gallery.” They are quite exclusive. Not everybody can have their art work displayed there. You have to register first.

The Limited Edition Photoshop jobs (a vintage picture of Julie overlayed with flowers) are about $2.000, and are signed.

Surely all the fine people who left such clever comments have bought these. There are still a few copies available, so visit the site. Meanwhile, thanks again for the clever comments.

The CAT IS A...Competition Winners

Facebook is where Julie entertains with clever contests.

(However, NO prize and...NO wagering, please!)

If you don't get Facebook (people are regularly being thrown off or blocked for expressing an opinion), here are Julie's choices for the best responses

Fill in the blank: DOGS make people happy, CATS...

Thanks to ALL the clever responses.

Note that one of the truly clever contest winners is from Robert Risko, a favorite illustrator at Vanity Fair, which is one of the cleverest of magazines. Robert is the one who has done those humorous and flattering portraits of Julie. He captures the warmth and joy of Julie as "Catwoman."

Not every star on Facebook even posts too often or is willing to play games. Some only announce a memorabilia signing or some other item involving financial gain. Not on Julie's Facebook page.

Bookmark it. You do have to register with Facebook to see the page.

And special thanks to Dan Curley, who always calls attention with a fervent bit of enthusiasm, no matter what the topic.

Dan's clever responses don't go unnoticed. Keep them coming. Reading comments on the Facebook page provides hours and hours of entertainment for all.

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