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It says that Scandale had reduced the rubber content by 50% but maintained its ability to shape the figure without having to resort to laces and other devices that reduced flexibility.If you have a legible copy of the advert and forward it to me, I would be glad to translate it.When pressed to explain why they would refuse to comment, the NSAC representative abruptly ended the interview. Stonewalled by the man, we found ourselves in the middle of a good old-fashioned mystery.No phone calls or emails since then have been acknowledged. After a bit of digging through our networks of contacts in the MMA world, we finally managed to find an ex-employee of the NSAC to comment on the issue.Whereas, the garment itself, uncompromisingly called restrictions, seems to indicate that the wearer, far from conducting a love affair, simply wants to get rid of the wretched thing.
It's special feature was the name Sky-Hi that alluded to the elegant airline stewardesses and the jet-set lifestyle that was coming into vogue. Again a girdle aimed at the younger lady, were the manufacturers so forward thinking that they imagined that one day women would be allowed in the cockpit? I belive the co-pilot reference was aimed at the future husband of the stewardess!
The little petticoat around the base was all part of the same garment; they forgot to mention that.
was the latest line in brassieres around the 1960's.
She has however requested that her identity remain anonymous. OK, so get this”, our whistleblower continued; “Zuffa creative directors said no way. They didn’t want some badass SWAT dudes standing next to their smaller fighters, ruining the brand image or stealing any of the spotlight from their otherwise well-oiled show.
“You gotta understand, Nevada is a crazy state,” she explained. NSAC Has a rule they require a top level of security directly in the ring and around the fighters at all times.” But wait – guys?? – These over-the-hill, out-of-shape caricatures that could pass for anybody’s drunken Uncle Larry? Zuffa insisted they already had their own security, and they didn’t want NSAC taking over their routines. Not even UFC security would be aware of their true identities.
Mary Rand, Britain's Olympic gold medallist for the long jump in the 1964 games, was photographed several times visiting the Spirella premises for one of their publicity brochures.