Tonight, I feel like a wet blanket.
My car I looked for for over a year was totaled a week ago. I sustained injuries that are being worked on now in rehab.
I am not in the greatest of moods of late with the USAA Insurance phucking me hard on the value of the car. While they compare mostly higher mileage cars than mine, they are low-balling the $h!7 out of me. After what my brother experienced with “roof damage due to a hurricane – denied” USAA, I knew to attempt to cover my bases with my full collision Insurance. Nope, they grabbed my arse on both cheeks, and nailed me hard without even a spit of lube.
When you want the “JC Penny” of payouts, get USAA, but if you want fair market coverage of your insured property, you may need to look elsewhere, and forget it for a loan offer – *snicker*.
Pictured here is the lovely Kerstin Anita Marianne Ekberg back in the 1960s. As an actress, she is best known for her role as Sylvia in the Federico Fellini film La Dolce Vita (1960), but she got her start in the industry as a model. It wouldn’t be until the mid-50’s when she finally broke into films.
The Swedish starlet with her voluptuous physique and colorful private life was a favorite among the gossip magazines. She had highly publicized romances with leading men like Frank Sinatra, Tyrone Power, Yul Brynner, Rod Taylor, and Errol Flynn. For a time, she was even publicized as “Paramount’s Marilyn Monroe”. citation
I’m not a “professional,” but Anita’s face in this photo screams out (to me), “Get me out of this place I am at in my life right now.” Seeing that she had so many “gossip stories” about her sexual endeavors, I can hear her crying out for security and privacy, imho.
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