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‘And the breast actress goes to….’ We reveal nude babes from Seth’s ‘We Saw Your Boobs’ Oscars song

WORLD EXAMINER

SETH McFarlane had Hollywood’s hottest women blushing with his ‘We Saw Your Boobs’ song to open last night’s Oscars ceremony.

He sang the comedy big band number – about female stars who have gone topless – complete with backing dancers and a gay choir finale.

The chorus goes: “We saw your boobs, we saw your boobs. In the movie that we saw, we saw your boobs….”

He then launches into two versus mentioning a string of stars famous for baring their breasts, from Halle Berry in Monster’s Ball to Naomi Watts in Mulholland Drive.

Many of the saucy scenes joker Seth mentions are well-known to moviegoers – but not all of them.

Here we bring you the best topless moments the Family Guy funnyman sang about along with some of his lyrics…

Meryl Streep we saw your boobs in Silkwood…

Meryl Streep

…Naomi Watts in Mulholland Drive…

Naomi Watts has a lesbian sex scene in the film Mulholland Driive with actress Laura Elena Harding
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…Angelina Jolie we saw…

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The Master Plan: Agenda 21 In Action

REALITY BLOG

The Master Plan, as referred to in the title of this writing, means something other than what it seems.

In fact, now that I am starting to understand the full agenda, the use of the “Master Plan”  by local and state governments is perhaps the most dastardly representation of Agenda 21 tools and principles I’ve come across to date.

A basic tenet of the implementation of United Nation’s (Agenda 21) world-wide program entitled “Sustainable Development” is to replace the many declarations of rights and privileges called “constitutions” of the many countries with one global charter. This constitution of the Earth, called the ‘Declaration of Human Rights”, has one very important distinction between itself and that of the U.S. Constitution: the critical altering of individual rights so that the good of the collective people and the state have absolute rights over the individual people. In essence, the concept of natural…

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