Archive for August, 2008

Medusirena/Marina the Mermaid in Bachelor Pad Magazine

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Marina the Mermaid from the Wreck Bar (a.k.a. MeduSirena, the Fire Eating Mermaid) is featured in this month’s Bachelor Pad online magazine.

You wanted more tiki in BPM and we heard you! Marina the Fire Eating Mermaid shows off her tail in the latest issue. We have plenty of hot mermaid on tiki action lined up for you. 

Here’s what else you’ll find in Bachelor Pad Magazine 5, due out in September…

  • See our cover girl and centerfold, Ivy D’Muerta, take a milk bath.
  • Also, pin-ups from Marina the Fire Eating Mermaid, Monica Renee, and Ambur Rockell.
  • Bachelor Pad fiction from writer James Stewart, “The Diamond That Was More Than Just Friends.”
  • Comedian Kevin Downey, Jr. continues his never-ending journey to drink on $11 per city.
  • Speak-easy review from Don Spiro.
  • The world of sleazy pulp paperbacks.
  • More lushy laffs from Tipsy Thomas.
  • Gags from TJ Rappel of Krushervision and “Hubcaps and Taillights” from Frankie Ill.
  • Columns from Heidi Van Horne, Penny Starr Jr. , and Will “The Thrill” Viharo!
  • Drink recipes from mixologist Dr. Bamboo.
  • Plus much more!

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We are putting the finishing touches on this issue and we’re planning to hand it to the printers tomorrow. I have to tell you, Marina’s pages are as sultry as a tropical jungle! And that final full-page pin-up of her will send you running to the next cool lagoon!

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The shape of things to come?

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NSL and the Searavens get Big Boat Fever…

Today’s mermaids

NSL reader Peter from Germany was kind enough to send us the following, with commentary:

2 shloumph mermaids….
Die Dateien wurden als Anhang eingefügt und können jetzt mit dieser
Nachricht gesendet werden.

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not yet a mermaid,but soaked….
Die Dateien wurden als Anhang eingefügt und können jetzt mit dieser
Nachricht gesendet werden.

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4?no.5 mermaids….
Die Dateien wurden als Anhang eingefügt und können jetzt mit dieser
Nachricht gesendet werden.

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a true one now….
Die Dateien wurden als Anhang eingefügt und können jetzt mit dieser
Nachricht gesendet werden.

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depends on the shores,what they look like….
Die Dateien wurden als Anhang eingefügt und können jetzt mit dieser
Nachricht gesendet werden.

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Thanks, readers, for the mermaid submissions,  keep them coming!  Maybe we could run a contest…

Today’s mermaid

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NSL reader Pebble Garden is a mermaid in Second Life.  Thanks for the pic!

Norseboat 17.5 Searaven is for sale

The girls and I have another big project in the works, so we have decided to sell our beloved Searaven and let someone else have fun with her.  See pricing, pics, and full specs here

Venomous lionfish prowls fragile Caribbean waters

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — A maroon-striped marauder with venomous spikes is rapidly multiplying in the Caribbean’s warm waters, swallowing native species, stinging divers and generally wreaking havoc on an ecologically delicate region.

The red lionfish, a tropical native of the Indian and Pacific oceans that probably escaped from a Florida fish tank, is showing up everywhere – from the coasts of Cuba and Hispaniola to Little Cayman’s pristine Bloody Bay Wall, one of the region’s prime destinations for divers.

Wherever it appears, the adaptable predator corners fish and crustaceans up to half its size with its billowy fins and sucks them down in one violent gulp.

Research teams observed one lionfish eating 20 small fish in less than 30 minutes.

“This may very well become the most devastating marine invasion in history,” said Mark Hixon, an Oregon State University marine ecology expert who compared lionfish to a plague of locusts. “There is probably no way to stop the invasion completely.”

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