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Caption Prof. Stephen Hawkins Visiting an Exotic Dancing Establishment [ The UK Sun is there]
UK Sun ^ | Jul 7, 2003 | staff report

Posted on 07/08/2003 7:41:36 AM PDT by ewing

Science genius Stephen Hawkins popped into Stringfellows after Colin Farrell and fell for a blonde dancer named Tiger.

Professor Hawking famed for his best selling book, 'A Brief History of Time' watched her during a string of steamy dances.

They then shared a cuddle.

A guest said, 'Steven watched the girls all night, he said she was wonderful.'


TOPICS: News/Current Events; Political Humor/Cartoons; United Kingdom
KEYWORDS: freetime; genius; hawking; hawkings; hawkins; heavenlybodies; sliderule; tigerwoods; uksun
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1 posted on 07/08/2003 7:41:36 AM PDT by ewing
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2 posted on 07/08/2003 7:42:39 AM PDT by Support Free Republic (Your support keeps Free Republic going strong!)
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To: ewing
Caption text?
3 posted on 07/08/2003 7:42:47 AM PDT by Registered (77% of the mentally ill live in poverty, that leaves 23% doing quite well!)
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To: Registered
LOL!
4 posted on 07/08/2003 7:43:48 AM PDT by BlessedBeGod
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To: Registered
Prof Stephen’s tamed a Tiger
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Tiger feat ... beauty
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SCIENCE genius Stephen Hawking popped into Stringfellows the night after Colin Farrell — and fell for a blonde dancer named Tiger.

Prof Hawking, 61 — famed for his best-selling book A Brief History Of Time — watched her strip naked during a string of steamy dances. They then shared a cuddle.


Pals ... dancer Tiger
cuddles Prof Stephen

A guest said: “Stephen watched the girls slide up and down poles all night. He took a shine to Tiger. He said she was wonderful.”


5 posted on 07/08/2003 7:44:44 AM PDT by dennisw (G-d is at war with Amalek for all generations)
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To: ewing

Tiger feat ... beauty left Hawking gawping


Pals ... dancer Tiger
cuddles Prof Stephen

6 posted on 07/08/2003 7:45:13 AM PDT by Damocles (sword of...)
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To: ewing
lol... a Brief History of Briefs.
7 posted on 07/08/2003 7:45:31 AM PDT by bedolido (please let my post be on an even number... small even/odd phobia here)
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To: dennisw; Damocles
Golly! Doesn't anyone ever brush his teeth???
8 posted on 07/08/2003 7:46:35 AM PDT by dark_lord (The Statue of Liberty now holds a baseball bat and she's yelling 'You want a piece of me?')
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To: Registered; ewing

Prof. Hawkins . . . Hawkings . . . Hawking . . . and Tiger

9 posted on 07/08/2003 7:46:45 AM PDT by Charles Henrickson
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To: Registered

10 posted on 07/08/2003 7:47:04 AM PDT by ewing
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To: dark_lord
Ixnay on the Jello pudding for Professor Steven..
11 posted on 07/08/2003 7:47:54 AM PDT by ewing
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To: ewing
Considering the story of this guy's life, this is the least he deserves...
12 posted on 07/08/2003 7:49:34 AM PDT by paul544 (3D-Joy OH Boy!!!)
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To: ewing
Has anyone seen David Cross' recent standup routine on HBO?
13 posted on 07/08/2003 7:50:45 AM PDT by RoughDobermann
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To: ewing
Hawking gawking.
14 posted on 07/08/2003 7:50:55 AM PDT by Charles Henrickson ("A Brief History of Spelling," by ewins :-)
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To: paul544
Probably the only reason the Sun was there is that they were hoping to get pics of the barfight that Colin Farell might start, and the got Stephen instead!
15 posted on 07/08/2003 7:51:37 AM PDT by ewing
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To: dennisw
A guest said: “Stephen watched the girls slide up and down poles all night.

An occupation fabled in song and story throughout the ages. There's a huge underground economy devoted to it as well.

16 posted on 07/08/2003 7:55:03 AM PDT by strela ("Each of us can find a maggot in our past which will happily devour our futures." Horatio Hornblower)
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To: ewing
So the good professor can find out if time really does slow down as an object moves closer to an attractive force.
17 posted on 07/08/2003 7:56:40 AM PDT by Our man in washington
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To: Registered
She blinded me with science!
18 posted on 07/08/2003 8:05:40 AM PDT by BrooklynGOP
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To: dark_lord
Professor Hawking cannot walk, stand, feed himself, speak, or write. He has amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease, hence you can hardly criticise the state of his teeth! Even though he is severely disabled he has contributed more towards developing a theory of the origin of the universe than almost any other person in the latter part of the twentieth century.
19 posted on 07/08/2003 8:06:45 AM PDT by David Hunter
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To: ewing
Science genius Stephen Hawkins popped into Stringfellows"

Must be researching a new "string" theory of the universe.

20 posted on 07/08/2003 8:08:17 AM PDT by sd-joe
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To: onedoug
ping
22 posted on 07/08/2003 8:13:47 AM PDT by windcliff
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To: ewing
This reminds me of the sort of things nobel laureate and atomic bomb developer Richard Feynman used to do in his spare time.
23 posted on 07/08/2003 8:15:15 AM PDT by David Hunter
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To: sd-joe
Soon to be coming: Thong Theory, which covers just a little bit more than string theory.
24 posted on 07/08/2003 8:16:01 AM PDT by coloradan
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To: ewing
Message to Steven: Good for you!

Message to Tiger: Good for you too!

25 posted on 07/08/2003 8:16:21 AM PDT by Savage Beast (Vote Democrat! Vote for national--and personal--suicide! It's like being a suicide bomber!)
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To: ewing
All that theoretical work on the motions of the heavenly bodies in the classroom needs to be carefully confirmed with "field observation".
26 posted on 07/08/2003 8:16:42 AM PDT by Tallguy (Trying desperately to ignore Hillary.... and not succeeding.)
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To: paul544; David Hunter
Didn't Steven Hawking divorce his wife of many years to take up with his younger, more attractive nurse?!?

I'm sorry, but I don't have much sympathy for this guy. I would think that getting divorced by a wheelchair-bound guy with ALS would have to be the unkindest cut of all.
27 posted on 07/08/2003 8:20:39 AM PDT by bourbon
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To: ewing
Twenty-six posts and nary a mention of his interest in heavenly bodies. Shame on you guys!
28 posted on 07/08/2003 8:21:46 AM PDT by Hank Rearden (Dick Gephardt. Before he dicks you.)
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To: ewing
Stephen's problems are easy to understand. Many people have problems that are not so obvious; they deserve understanding, and, if they do no harm, they must be free to solve or releave their difficulties as they see fit. It's "the pursuit of happiness," and it's an inalienable right.
29 posted on 07/08/2003 8:22:22 AM PDT by Savage Beast (Vote Democrat! Vote for national--and personal--suicide! It's like being a suicide bomber!)
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To: bourbon
Don't know about his personal life. You could be right. But there is no question he is one the brightest minds ever. To be in his condition and to have written the books he has and to break as much grounds as he has, demands a certain level of respect.
30 posted on 07/08/2003 8:22:32 AM PDT by paul544 (3D-Joy OH Boy!!!)
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To: Tallguy
And Hawkings is a stickler for research..
31 posted on 07/08/2003 8:22:47 AM PDT by ewing
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To: BrooklynGOP
She blinded me with science!

We have a winner!

32 posted on 07/08/2003 8:24:31 AM PDT by Redcloak (All work and no FReep makes Jack a dull boy. All work and no FReep make s Jack a dul boy. Allwork an)
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To: ewing
"Stephen Hawkins"

Never heard of him.

--Boris

33 posted on 07/08/2003 8:25:43 AM PDT by boris (The deadliest Weapon of Mass Destruction in History is a Leftist With a Word Processor)
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To: paul544
Oh, I have a great deal of respect for the man's intellect and achievements, but sympathy in this situation is quite another matter. I'm just saying that, while he may be a scientific genius, he's not necessarily a moral giant.
34 posted on 07/08/2003 8:27:50 AM PDT by bourbon
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To: coloradan
No no, it's the "g-string theory"!
35 posted on 07/08/2003 8:34:10 AM PDT by SoCal Pubbie
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To: ewing
Damn you beat me to it.
36 posted on 07/08/2003 8:34:40 AM PDT by Notforprophet (Be ye not lost among precepts of Order)
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To: windcliff
He thinks we live in a Godless universe.
37 posted on 07/08/2003 8:37:38 AM PDT by onedoug
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To: onedoug
He thinks we live in a Godless universe.

Maybe he's right.

38 posted on 07/08/2003 8:39:13 AM PDT by Glenn (What were you thinking, Al?)
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To: ewing
Did he request a lap(top) dance?
39 posted on 07/08/2003 8:41:18 AM PDT by PBRSTREETGANG
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To: coloradan
LOL
40 posted on 07/08/2003 8:41:31 AM PDT by sd-joe
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To: ewing
Wanna come back to my place and help me work out my unified theory?
41 posted on 07/08/2003 8:41:40 AM PDT by SouthParkRepublican (God abhores naked singularities... let's make them wear hot pants.)
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To: David Hunter; segis
Bongos on the beach in Brazil!
42 posted on 07/08/2003 8:42:02 AM PDT by austinTparty
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To: Glenn
More likely not.
43 posted on 07/08/2003 8:45:58 AM PDT by onedoug
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To: paul544; David Hunter
Hawking did divorce his wife and the mother of his three kids to take up with his nurse. That's correct. What I didn't know is that his wife had also been having an extended affair. That makes his divorce much more understandable.
44 posted on 07/08/2003 8:48:06 AM PDT by bourbon
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To: ewing
Visit contributed to the good Professor's latest research -the "Big Bang in my Pants" theory. Sorry, apologizing in advance.
45 posted on 07/08/2003 8:50:46 AM PDT by searchandrecovery (Sandy Day O'Connor (Sandy D) - Affirmative Action hire (it's true).)
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To: onedoug
More likely not.

He's a pretty smart guy, don't you think?

46 posted on 07/08/2003 8:52:37 AM PDT by Glenn (What were you thinking, Al?)
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To: SoCal Pubbie
>> "No no, it's the "g-string theory"!"

Ah yes, the theory that ties all the forces in the universe to gravity as the basic force, or was it Guiness, I forget?

47 posted on 07/08/2003 8:57:05 AM PDT by sd-joe
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To: bourbon
Apparently, their marriage was very troubled and his wife also wanted to end it, but she felt she would be scapegoated by the media et al. if she did. I'm not excusing him going off with his nurse, however, by doing so he did set his wife free. Besides, marriages where one partner is profoundly disabled and completely physically dependent on the other usually don't last a lifetime.

Here's an extract from a review of her book - from here:

But as is revealed in Jane Hawking's new tell-all, "Music to Move the Stars," their marriage was much more complicated than anybody knew.

Published in Britain by Macmillan, the 610-page tome of woe hits the shelves on Friday. In it, Jane Hawking chronicles the hardships of marriage to a famous genius with a famous degenerative disease. She is startlingly frank about her feelings, calling her ex-husband an "all-powerful emperor" and a "masterly puppeteer." She notes at one point, "It was becoming very difficult -- unnatural, even -- to feel desire for someone with the body of a Holocaust victim and the undeniable needs of an infant."

Desperate for emotional and physical fulfillment, she says, in 1985 she began an affair with a family friend, musician Jonathan Hellyer-Jones, whom she had met in 1977 after joining a local choir. Her husband gave tacit sanction to the relationship; the pair married in 1996.

As a stressed-out caregiver, Jane Hawking suffered huge bouts of depression. "A brittle, empty shell, alone and vulnerable, restrained only by the thought of my children from throwing myself into the river, drowning in a slough of despond, I prayed for help with the desperate insistency of a potential suicide," she writes. But she felt she had no option but to stick with the relationship. "I couldn't go off and leave Stephen. Coals of fire would have been heaped on my head if I had."

48 posted on 07/08/2003 9:00:53 AM PDT by David Hunter
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To: David Hunter
Professor Hawking cannot walk, stand, feed himself, speak, or write. He has amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease, hence you can hardly criticise the state of his teeth!

I am quite aware of that, which is why my comment asked why anyone doesn't brush his teeth, not why he doesn't brush his teeth. After all, his handlers dress him and wipe his butt, they can at least brush his teeth!

49 posted on 07/08/2003 9:03:48 AM PDT by dark_lord (The Statue of Liberty now holds a baseball bat and she's yelling 'You want a piece of me?')
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To: dark_lord
Golly! Doesn't anyone ever brush his teeth???

He's English. That is brushed.

It was the very poor diet through the war and early post war years.

SO9

50 posted on 07/08/2003 9:04:29 AM PDT by Servant of the Nine (The voices tell me to stay home and clean the guns.)
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