1959 march

Alain Delon & Romy Schneider photographed by Nicolas Tikhomiroff ~ 12 March 1959 

Marauder Era Zodiacs (Canon)
  • James Potter: Aries (March 27th, 1960)
  • Sirius Black: Scorpio (November 3rd, 1959)
  • Remus Lupin: Pisces (March 10th, 1960)
  • Lily Evans: Aquarius (January 30th, 1960)
  • Peter Pettigrew: Unknown (Nobody Gave a Fuck, Anyways)
Nina Hartley Stats

Also known as: Nina Hartman, Nina Hartwell, Nina Hardly

Director AKA: No known aliases

Born: March 11, 1959 (age 55)

Astrology:   Pisces  

Place of Birth:   Berkley, California, USA

Years active: 1980s-present

Ethnicity: Jewish

Nationality: American

Gender:    Female

Measurements:   36D-24-38

Bra/cup size: 36D (80D)

Boobs: Enhanced

Height: 5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)

Weight: 130 lb (59 kg)

Body type: Athletic

Eye color: Blue

Hair: Blonde

Shoe Size:   8  (U.S. & Canada Women Size)

Tattoos:    None

Underarm hair: Shaved

Pubic hair: Full, Trimmed, Shaved, Bald, Landing Strip

Profession:   Porn Star

Feature Dancer:   No

Official Site:   The Official Nina Hartley Website  Official Site

Shown: Topless, Bush, Full frontal, Pink

Solo: Masturbation, Dildo

Lesbian: Softcore, Dildo

Boy/girl: Blowjob, Vaginal, Anal, Double penetration

Special: Bondage

Sexual Role:   Top

Scene Role:   Top


July 6th 1935: Dalai Lama born

On this day in 1935, Lhamo Dondrub was born in Amdo, Tibet to a farming family. At aged two, the young child was recognised as the reincarnation of the 13th Dalai Lama, Thubten Gyatso. Upon becoming the 14th Dalai Lama in 1939, the child was renamed Tenzin Gyatso. In Tibetan Buddhism, Dalai Lamas are believed to be manifestations of Avalokiteshvara - the bodhisattva of compassion and Tibet’s patron saint. Bodhisattvas are enlightened beings who have postponed their nirvana to remain on earth and assist humanity. Aged six, Gyatso began monastic education, which instructed him in the finer workings of Buddhist philosophy. In 1950, the fifteen year old Dalai Lama became the political leader of Tibet, and led negotiations with the Chinese after their invasion of his country. Peace talks were unsuccessful, and in 1959 the Chinese government brutally suppressed a Tibetan uprising. This led to fears for the Dalai Lama’s safety, and in March 1959 he and twenty of his entourage fled the capital, Lhasa, and embarked on a fifteen day journey on foot over the Himalayan mountains to Dharamsala in India where they had been offered asylum. Despite initial fears he had not survived the journey, the Dalai Lama eventually crossed into India. He was followed by around 80,000 Tibetans who also settled in ‘Little Lhasa’, which has become the home to the Tibetan government-in-exile. Tibet remains under Chinese rule, and the Dalai Lama continues to try to find a peaceful negotiation for Tibetan self rule; he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989 for his efforts.

Happy 80th birthday to the Dalai Lama