Sunday, October 15, 2006

MARILYN MONROE & ALBERT EINSTEIN:
THEIR SECRET LOVE AFFAIR


"Here lies Marilyn Monroe --- 38-23-36". That's what Marilyn saw as her epitaph. She was a lot smarter than people thought. Forty-four years after her death, her vulnerable, gargantuan sexiness oozes beyond her Westwood crypt onto the American landscape and beyond.

The red hot website MySpace.com, boasts 75 million users. Most weren't born when Marilyn died. Yet there are countless Marilyn Monroe Tribute sites. Millions of young girls on MySpace list her as their hero.

Even our 16-year old Hare Krishna niece worships the 60's sexpot. She expressed one wish when she visited us in Malibu: "Can you take me to Marilyn Monroe's grave? She's my all-time idol!"

How can we explain the world's captivation with this depressed, mentally ill, drug addled, promiscuous, alcoholic actress who rarely bathed? Well, she did join the pantheon of stars who die young to live forever. That's ALWAYS a good career move in Hollywood.

Perhaps Einstein theorized the Marilyn Monroe phenomenon best:

"The gift of fantasy has meant more to me than my talent for absorbing positive knowledge. Imagination is more important than knowledge."

Yes, Marilyn captured Einstein's imagination and gonads. They lived together on Fantasy Island for awhile. The sex was hot between The Genius & The Sexpot of the 20th Century. He joined the legion of lovers who ignored her fatal flaws and their own humanity to bed a legend. Even Einstein autographed his photo: "To Marilyn, I am forever grateful!"

At a dinner party, Einstein and Marilyn sat next to each other. After a few flutes of champagne, she cooed in his attentive ear: "I want to have your child. With my looks and your brains, it will be a perfect child!"

Einstein replied: "But what if it has my looks and your brains?"

Marilyn Monroe had self-knowledge, but in the end lacked the tools to change things. That tormented her.

"Hollywood is a place where they'll pay you $1 million for a kiss and fifty cents for your soul," Marilyn wryly observed. "I often stood silently at parties for hours listening to my movie idols turn into dull and little people."

She had a football stadium of lovers, but not one real friend. The Hollywood Dream Machine, which demands impossible perfection, chewed her up and spit her out to an early grave.

Einstein knew the dark side of the dazzling illusion of fame. Marilyn Monroe should have heeded the advice Einstein gave her at that dinner party:

"Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value."

(c) 2006, Sistarrs International

14 comments:

Glenn said...

Awesome blog i love Marilyn

kudo's to you both i would

give you more if i could

Freezy Gurl said...

A very interesting & informative blog as always ~ omg, i can't get over the Einstein bit - holy cow, she must have been really lonely that night. I need to read up on her life obviously.

Thanks & take care you two!

Freezy

♥Cindy♥ said...

I love your blogs, i come here often and read them! this was a perfect blog since i had just watched 48 hours on Marilyn. keep up the good work!:0

Angel said...

Oh my Sistah's,

I too must admit to being strangely fascinated with Marilyn! She lived a fast, hard & cruel life. She allowed herself to be used and exploited. But those that were close to her...and I mean close...Loved her! They couldn't help but love her. There is a presence about certain people, that draws others in and holds them captive! Is it charm? Is it warmth? I think it's SOUL! If you look deep enough into anyone, you find yourself somewhere within them! Maybe not much, maybe not things that you like. But there is a little something that everyone shares, whether we like it or not!

Just my opinion!
Kudos Ladies...Another great one!
xoxoAngel

Lumonics Light Museum said...

you did it again!....it seems only right that Albert and Marilyn would connect in the space/time continuum.

Christine the Bisnotch is addicted to photoshop said...

WOW!! I didnt know about him and Marilyn! That was great stuff. I must photoshop a pic of he and her together if they were to have a child...may take me a while but ya this will be interesting and ill send it you!

Thanks guys your stuff is always so great i love reading it and listening to your broadcasts!!!!!

JULiA♥ said...

great blog! i love me some marilyn monroe!!

Bop Till Ya Drop! said...

Well Im one of the old geezers that was alive before Marilyn passed. She was a beautiful woman and a joy to watch on the silver screen.

She is one tham makes me feel good about being ugly tho... I don't have a football stadium full of admireres... just a couple very close friends that I wouldn't give for all the cash in the ticket booth at that football field

Great blog

Bop

LTV said...

I just added you fab ladies as friends today and I'm already hooked! You guys have some really interesting topics! You've just gotten yourself another loyal reader!

dogboy2 said...

YOU GUYS BLEW MY MIND TELLIN' US
ABOUT EINSTEIN AS A PLAGARIST, HORNDOG AND HYPOCRITE WHO ISSUES A PEACE MANIFESTO FOR NON-VIOLENCE WITH GANDHI AFTER TAKING A WHACK AT HIS WIFE!! THE STARR SISTERS ARE SURE ORIGINALS IN A WORLD OF COPIES...

Texannie said...

OMG everyone's screwed. You brought Enstein & Marilyn to life and for that I THANK YOU. I think you & your blogs and pods are AWESOME!!

Kari Ann said...

It's beyond the cosmos...Einstein doin' Marilyn Monroe!! Brilliant!!!

Kari Ann said...

It's beyond the galaxy..Einstein did Marilyn Monroe?! What fun..thanks Starr girls

Anonymous said...

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