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July 11, 2013


Hedy Lamarr

I mean that headline with all sincerity, and it has absolutely nothing to do with her looks (although she obviously was quite fetching).  Click the picture, and the article will give you more insight into Ms. Lamarr than I ever could, but wow, what a woman.  I’m embarrassed that I didn’t know any of this about her until recently, and I feel like it’s a travesty that she hasn’t gotten more credit (although, sadly, not terribly surprising).  Anyway, spread the word.  Tell your sons and daughters that there once was a woman named Hedy Lamarr (Hedwig Kiesler, if you’re nasty), and she was smarter and tougher than most of us sniveling little crybabies (sorry, the anger got a hold of me) will ever hope to be.


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