Discuss Other Topics not related to the Paranormal or Conspiracies (within reason of course).
Hmmmm, sewn in or not, I find it hard to believe that leather would be completely free of any sort of creases or minor bulges. Even sewn in, eventually it would stretch and you'd see some sort of crease pull across her inner thigh. Of course that could have been carefully monitored and edited during the filming.
I did find this to support your leather theory ProfWag:
Newton-John's appearance as Sandy-gone-bad in the leather catsuit is still smoking today, but it doesn't have quite the social impact that it did when the movie first came out. It was really big stuff in 1978 and beyond.
First off... it's NOT a cat suit. A cat suit is a one piece garment. You can see the difference between the pants and the shirt and the pants have what looks like a zipper.
Now go to 3:04 and notice that there is zero anything at the crease of her knee. If she were sewn into leather, she should have some minor bunching behind her knee. If the pants were THAT tight, she wouldn't be able to bend as she did. However, at 0:43 you can see some excess around her ankles.... spandex would not generally do that unless cut much larger at the ankle so as not to look LIKE spandex.
I will need to investigate this even more.
I would do more research myself, but I'm at work for the time being and googling "Olivia+Grease+Leather+tight ass pants probably wouldn't look good in the IT office...
I do appreciate your help though Ninja. Ya' know, finding out that Olivia wasn't wearing leather that day would devastate me 100 times more than finding out the truth about Santa...
Besides ONJ's beauty and voice, the point is, I just don't see how all the beauty and order around me is due to random mutations only.
Why does nearly every living being have two eyes, one mouth, one nose, two ears, etc.? How can that be a coincidence?
Besides, how can consciousness arise out of the unconscious dead matter of the universe? It just doesn't make sense.
Skeptics, do you ever consider that there might be order at a level that is beyond your perception and mind?
“Devotion to the truth is the hallmark of morality; there is no greater, nobler, more heroic form of devotion than the act of a man who assumes the responsibility of thinking.” - Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged
vs black leather
Notice the difference in 'shine'.
Olivia Newton John graced our greenroom this morning and you’ve never seen Maureen (make-up artist extrodinaire) more excited. Olivia is her idol and responsible for some questionable clothing choices Maureen made as a teenager (remember the “Let’s Get Physical” headband? the black spandex pants in “Grease”? Yup, Maureen had ‘em.)
Most things in life and nature are beyond my perception Scepcop. I can't fathom the end of space, wonder of the monarch butterfy's annual pilgrimage, or the travel habits of the humpback whale. I have no idea why you are who you are and why I keep getting better looking each day.
Beauty is based on facial semmetry and spacing of the features. That much I know. ONJ obviously has this semmetry. The remainder of your questions, I have no answer for as it is beyond my scope.
You're right, its NOT a catsuit.
THIS is a catsuit!:
This is an argument from ignorance. If you read a book on evolution, you will understand better.
First of all, there are plenty of living beings that don't match that description. But there are certainly many that do. Do you think evolution might have something to do with that?
Argument from ignorance. That said, we have not yet figured out how consciousness works. But many are working on it. We have been able to replicate non-life to life in a limited way in a lab. We don't know the exact mechanism for abiogenesis at this time.
Edit: crap, why I am messing up this thread with discussion of evolution? Here, this'll fix it. I'm an equitable guy, so this one is for the ladies:
what scescop talking out of ignorance?!?! that would be a first
now backto the topic
girls in leather pants
I found it! I found it! This, from CNN, quotes Olivia herself:
Newton-John devoted to improving lives
November 26, 2009
"I had to be stitched into those pants," Olivia Newton-John recalls of the skin-tight black trousers she worn in the film "Grease". That fact will come as no surprise to the millions of people who have watched the iconic scene at the end of the smash hit film musical. "But they were quite comfortable," she assured CNN's Max Foster, "despite what they looked like." But those trousers, "made of some sort of shark skin material" she says, plus a string of memorable songs from the film including "Summer Nights" and "You're The One That I Want" helped propel Olivia Newton-John to superstardom which has continued to this day. The British-born actress, who was raised in Australia from the age of five, was already an established singing star -- having won three Grammy Awards -- prior to being cast as Sandy Olssen alongside John Travolta's Danny Zuko in the 1978 film.
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