For the stupid bitch in the "Scariest Fan Base" thread... [italic]Janet Jackson's 'Rhythm Nation 1814' Revisited By Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis: Track-by-Track Review[/italic] If Janet Jackson's third album, 1986's Control, was a declaration of independence, the follow-up, Rhythm Nation 1814, was a constitution -- a blueprint for the kind of country that this confident, sexy and newly independent 23-year old woman wanted to live in. At least it was for roughly a third of its runtime. Released 25 years ago tomorrow (Sept. 19, 1989), Rhythm Nation 1814 begins with a pledge: "We are a nation with no geographic boundaries, bound together through our beliefs." From there, it goes into the title track, a national anthem for this colorblind utopia Janet has imagined. The four digits in the album's title refer to the year "The Star-Spangled Banner" was written, and with the help of James "Jimmy Jam" Harris III and Terry Lewis -- the production team behind Control -- Jackson gives Francis Scott Key's greatest hit a New Jack Swing remake. Rhythm Nation stays political for a few songs and then segues into kinder, gentler relationship songs, many of which dominated radio and MTV. An unprecedented seven of the album's singles made the Top 5 of the Billboard Hot 100, and four of them -- "Miss You Much, "Escapade," "Love Will Never Do (Without You)" and "Black Cat" -- hit No. 1. The album, not surprisingly, topped the Billboard 200, vaulting Janet to a level of pop mega-stardom almost on par with that of her brother Michael Jackson. In honor of the record's silver anniversary, Jam and Lewis led Billboard on a track-by-track trek down Memory Lane, offering their thoughts on the disc's 13 non-interlude songs. The duo produced and wrote or co-wrote all but one, the hard-rock detour "Black Cat," which Janet penned and helmed herself. Read on to see how these Minneapolis legends remember Janet's breakout LP. "Rhythm Nation" Jimmy Jam: It needed to be anthemic. That was the whole point. It was the anchor of the album, the title track. I think we really achieved it. It has a great energy. The thing to remember, as I always say with all of Janet's stuff, is that she's such a visual artist. It's really hard to listen to the song and not think of the imagery and all the choreography that go along with it. That's the bonus we get with a record like that. We get to see the performance that goes along with it. "State of the World" Terry Lewis: At the time, we were trying to make some statements about worldly things. The song was created from conversation. We used to talk about everything before we would even engage in starting a song. We went on talking tirades, just conversational tirades, trying to figure out not only what was going on in the world, but what was going on in Janet's head. I don't think it's overtly political. It's just drawing attention to the things of the time. In the history of music, there's always been a social commentary with most artists that were substantial artists. You can only talk about so much love and clubs. You have to bring some awareness and have a voice in the times that you live in. That happens to be one of those songs. "The Knowledge" Lewis: We got the song title in London. We were speaking to a cab driver. Over there, every cab driver knows how to get everywhere, because they take a test that's kind of like a map quiz. They know every street, every address in London. It's called "The Knowledge." When we heard that title, we wrote it down. When we had discussions about all these different things -- social commentary -- "The Knowledge" just popped up. And with Janet being associated in a lot of different ways with education, it just seemed fitting to use that subject matter and fuse it all together."
Theatre queens to the rescue, please? The original song, "Funny Girl," for the stage musical -- Streisand recorded it, it got played on the radio, it's a better song than the one Styne and Merrill wrote for the movie. At what stage was it dropped from the stage musical, and why? The one with these lyrics: Some ladies find when they've lost their guys, They should have made faces and crossed their eyes. Debutants would give up the social whirl, To be a funny, funny girl.
Why everyone’s going to be talking about Jake Gyllenhaal’s performance as a gleefully amoral cameraman in Nightcrawler. We just left a screening of Nightcrawler, which felt like fall’s first real bolt of electricity. It’s a dark satire written and directed by Dan Gilroy, who’s scripted some big features before (The Bourne Legacy, Real Steel) but never helmed one until now. Nightcrawler stars a wiry Jake Gyllenhaal as Lou Bloom, an apparently friendless and family-free thief who talks his way into the freelance TV news business, and turns out to be terrifyingly good at it, in part because he’s a sociopath. What do you think it is about this movie that feels so resonant when other recent attempts at being timely about The Way We Live Now (like Jason Reitman’s Men, Women & Children) have missed the mark?
So whatever happened to him anyway? There was a guy with his whole career behind him!
Polls have now closed in Scotland, but results aren't expected to be released for several more hours. It may not be until after Midnight that results begin coming in. Scotland has 32 counties (called 'local authorities') that will each declare their results. It will be a long count, and the final results may not be known until Breakfast time in the UK. Here is the BBC link to the current coverage where the results will start to come in later tonight:
I live on half and acre, would that be enough? I just love cows so much, and it would bring me incredible joy to be able to have a cow friend.
It's a beautiful city (in parts) but I'm sick of the obscenely high rents, the tech bros who all look the same, the pretentious hipsters, and the lack of decent public transportation. There's also not arts culture here. No underground scenes or movements or anything. Is Oakland better? Any other major cities you'd recommend?
Do we hate him for being a closet case.
As requested . . . I'll start . . . Will Patricia Arquette go for Lead Or Supporting in Boyhood? And is Richard Linklater a lock for Best Director? Will Michael Keaton get his first nomination and resurrect his career with Birdman? Who is more likely for Supporting Actress in that film - Emma Stone or Naomi Watts? And can Foxcatcher deliver nominations for Steve Carrell and Channing Tatum?
Lets face it- he's an attractive version of Johnny Depp. They both look like over the hill homeless rockers but Jared is much prettier.
What's the name of the cute guy who said he and his sister were in foster homes from age five and are grateful to their current mother and father?
Different types of writers, but contemporaries in a sense (of the '60s, and endlessly morbid, female authors). Female literary titans in a man's world. Who would you rather read?
AND THE WINNER IS:
Dish more dirt. (With a complementary screenshot of Wolf Blitzer getting owned by Andy Richter on Jeopardy)
Do we like him? He apparently developed a very swollen ego when he became famous the first time he did "Cabaret." But he's pretty funny and sweet. Still, I did not get why the NYTimes gave him (of all people--he's hardly the most famous Scot) an op-ed for the "Yes" position for Scottish independence; he wasn't very articulate, and only applied to sentimentality in making his case.
The season is off and running, and already we welcome a new member (David McElwee's) to the Broadway BD Club. The game is afoot!
Is anyone else looking forward to this new Ken Burns series? Three fascinating historical figures, one of them voiced by our own Meryl! Also, what are your favorite Ken Burns series? I have to admit that I never watched The Civil War, but I loved Baseball and Jazz.
Personally, I've noticed that people who exhibit stereotypical masculine traits such as aggression, competitiveness and directness (of speech) are vilified for being assholes--whether they're male or female now. Stereotypical feminine traits such as cooperation, listening to other people, and caring are lauded much more often in both men and women (obviously, 'feminine' men still have to put up with homophobic attitudes in others). I'm not saying one is better than the other. Just curious as to the direction certain values are moving. Keep in mind that I'm just talking about traditional masculine and feminine TRAITS, not gender. I'm aware that women can be masculine and men can feminine. Thoughts?
Last week, The New Yorker relayed some discouraging, off-the-cuff quotes from Stephen Sondheim regarding a number of fairly significant creative compromises forced upon him by Disney in bringing his classic musical INTO THE WOODS to the big screen. Today, Sondheim put on his moonwalking shoes and issued a statement through his lawyer. The basic gist: the terrific song "Any Moment" is still in the movie, as is the brief indiscretion of the Baker's Wife (Emily Bunt) and the Prince (Chris Pine). As for the alterations to Rapunzel's (Mackenzie Mauzy) fate and the relationship between the Big Bad Wolf (Johnny Depp) and Little Red Riding Hood (Lilla Crawford), well, Sondheim doesn't address those issues in the below response, so you should probably consider those changes permanent. It's a huge bummer that Sondheim and writer James Lapine caved to Disney's wishes, but this was never going to be the INTO THE WOODS that won three Tony Awards in 1988 (it lost Best Musical to the runaway phenomenon that was Andrew Lloyd Webber's PHANTOM OF THE OPERA). I'm hoping for the best, but with Rob Marshall directing and non-singing movie stars playing pivotal roles, the best-case scenario is that it won't be a full-fledged fiasco like Tom Hooper's LES MISERABLES. Here's Sondheim's statement: [quote]An article in The New Yorker misreporting my "Master Class" conversation about censorship in our schools with seventeen teachers from the Academy for Teachers a couple of weeks ago has created some false impressions about my collaboration with the Disney Studio on the film version of Into the Woods. The fact is that James (Lapine, who wrote both the show and the movie) and I worked out every change from stage to screen with the producers and with Rob Marshall, the director. Despite what the New Yorker article may convey, the collaboration was genuinely collaborative and always productive. [quote]When the conversation with the teachers occurred, I had not yet seen a full rough cut of the movie. Coincidentally, I saw it immediately after leaving the meeting and, having now seen it a couple of times, I can happily report that it is not only a faithful adaptation of the show, it is a first-rate movie. [quote]And for those who care, as the teachers did, the Prince's dalliance is still in the movie, and so is "Any Moment."
I've been catching lots of previews from ABC, for Viola Davis in [italic]How to Get Away with Murder[/italic], and from CBS, for Tea Leoni in [italic]Madame Secretary[/italic], for the upcoming new television season (2014-15). Are you looking forward to any of the television networks' brand-new series?
I guess he would know.
Eli just got sacked AND managed to fumble the ball. He was saved by a Cardinals penalty, but still. They are a disaster. Who cares if he has two rings. He needs to be sent packing.
I forgot for a moment that she's no longer with us. It truly is a magical, iconic song. It's up there with the classics by Dusty and Judy. I believe that Whitney could've made a comeback with the right material, even though her voice was perhaps not what it once was. Ella had some shining moments in her later years, even after her voice started to go. At first when I heard she had died, I couldn't believe it. Then I broke down in tears. I wept when Dusty and Ella died, too. I was a very young child when Judy left us, but I can remember going into my room and singing "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" and the tears welled up in my eyes.
Search isn't working for me so if there is already a View thread I apologize. Anyway how was it for those who saw it. Did Rosie O do anything controversial yet? How is the Republican? I don't think anyone can be worse than that shit for brains blond who is now on Fox. I can't even remember her name. What about Rosie P. How does she fit in? Are they a good match for Whoppie?
What sayeth the Datalounge?
Or do you have gay siblings, cousins, parents...?
I've watched the promos, an episode of Rush and half an episode of Satisfaction. The two leads are supposed to be hot but to me they are almost hot but not as hot as their characters should be. Anyone else have the same reaction. Where did these men come from?
The old thread "does not exist" which I find extremely disturbing as it had a lot of good information in it. Has the "Clean Cut Gang" infiltrated Datalounge?
This guy is so hot the camera is melting. \ \ Then the guy he wrestles is really hot too.\ \ But the finish to the wrestling match is bizarre. Who would have thought?
the talking hat
From the Frame farm to the Bauer barbecue.....from the pond on the farm to that city by the bay...... Join us again to talk about the whores, the horsefaced, the hung, the buff and the secretly Asian. Now have a seat.....
This is just ... sad. Out of 13 guys, only three have any serious muscle tone. Even the "hot" guys are fit-fat, and a few of them have leapt the fence from fit-fat into manboob-land. I know it's Texas and a flyover state and all, but Houston is still the fourth-largest city in the country. They couldn't find hotter guys than THOSE?
CNN Thu September 18, 2014 (CNN) -- A Florida man shot and killed his daughter and six grandchildren Thursday afternoon in the small north-central Florida town of Bell in what authorities called a murder-suicide. Gilchrist County Sheriff Robert Schultz identified the shooter as Don Spirit, 51, and the daughter as Sarah Spirit, 28. The sheriff told reporters the children -- three boys and three girls -- ranged in age from 3 months to 11 years. The sheriff wouldn't disclose what kind of firearm was used. Schultz said Don Spirit, who called 911 around 4 p.m., killed himself after a deputy arrived on the scene. The deputy found the bodies inside the home. Deputies had previously responded to calls from the home, owned by Spirit, on "numerous" occasions, officials said. Spirit had a criminal history, Schultz said, without elaborating. The sheriff said the news would devastate the county, which has about 17,000 residents. "We're all family here," he said. In 2003, the Orlando Sentinel reported that Spirit was sentenced to three years in prison after he accidentally killed his son Kyle in a hunting accident two years prior. Spirit was charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and pleaded guilty, the newspaper reported at the time. Florida criminal records show Spirit was released from prison in February 2006. Bell is about 30 miles west of Gainesville.
Even before the brutal beatings of gay men, Philadelphia has been known as a steaming shithole. Why were these beatings a surprise? This is frat douche central, multipled by extreme poverty and segregation. And the city literally STINKS.
Openly-gay (makes a nice change). Interview:
I was there today and could not believe my eyes. Almost everything in the food department had gone up between 3 - 5 dollars just since I was there 3 weeks ago. I mean my god, I get a 40 or 50 cent rise but this is ridiculous. Has someone new taken over Costco. Are they becoming the new Whole Foods? I'll give you one example...the 4 lb sticks of butter was 8.99 3 weeks ago and is now 12.99. The Alaska wild smoked salmon was 15.99 for a pound an is not 18.99. These are the only two I remember but at least another dozen items I looked at had a similar raise of 3 - 5 dollars. I'm sure had I known last month's prices of every item sold I would have seen those have gone up greatly too. I walked out without buying anything. My guess is everything in the non foods like aluminum foil and garbage bags and water and such has gone way up too. I'm done with Costco. I can do much better waiting for sales at my local supermarkets.
He really does have a humongous ass!
She's got her claws out for a lot of the contestants. They better look out.
His first appearance will probably be next week, since they showed a recent promo of him showing up at Avery's door.
Would someone care to explain to me how a 31-year-old filmmaker and a 32-year-old actor/comedian can spend $1,228,000 buying a place in Brooklyn and then another $500,000 renovating it? WTF? Why do we have to read about the fucking idle rich in the New York Times? They have pretty good taste but that's not the point. A lot of poor people have pretty good taste too but don't get splashed all over the Home section.
I'm going to Balmoral with Philip and we're going to gloat over the staff like no one's business!!!
Kathleen King first marketed her cookies under the name Kathleen's. They were the fist really crispy chocolate chip cookies. In the past few weeks I tried some competitors' crispy chocolate chip cookies and the don't compare. Tate's cookies don't crumble into a mess. And when I eat the competition, tiny crumbs get down into my gums. Tate's is a robust crispy cookie. I used to buy them at the bakery and bring them to my friends, but now I see they're all over the place. I also like their shortbread cookies, but people who like shortbread are very particular, so they might not be universally liked. But you can't not like the chocolate chip cookies.
Ok. Let's try this again. No wondering why the other threads were deleted. Any news today? Are there any death toll updates?
Will she get laid off after the vote?
Check out this queen's ever growing chin and cheek implants. From 2012 to 2014, she transforms from having had some surgery, but still passing for human, into a scary cartoon caricature of a real person. Weird but from the number of selfies, she obviously thinks she looks good.
Is he a big deal nationwide or just in Philly?
I know a lot of people here don't like Cheyenne with Jason, but I've been them together and Cheyenne looks really really happy and in love. I hope this marriage lasts!
And guess who he'll be playing?
By request. The season is about to start. Actual game discussion would be welcome too.
The Oscar-nominated Irish actor, who is more at home in an action movie than a period drama, said he wouldn’t fit in among the aristocrats but might suit a role below stairs. “Maybe Dan (Stevens) could have a word with them. I must speak to him (about that),” he told London Live. “Maybe I could be a stableman or something. I definitely wouldn't cut the hierarchy, ya know?“ Fellow Hollywood actor George Clooney might also be someone to have a word with – the Academy Award-winner is to appear in a special charity episode of the ITV drama this Christmas.
Quite the star fucker. She has celeb patients on her walls just like Wong Foo.
Harassing obese people, a practice known as “fat shaming,” does not encourage them to lose weight and can actually result in weight gain, a new study from the United Kingdom suggests. In the study, nearly 3,000 adults were asked whether they had faced discrimination because of their weight, including whether they had been harassed, treated with less respect, received poor service at restaurants and stores or been treated as if they were not smart. “Negative attitudes toward obese individuals remain one of the ‘last socially acceptable forms of prejudice,’ ” the study authors wrote. About 5 percent of respondents said they had experienced such fat shaming. Over a four-year period, those who reported weight discrimination gained about two pounds, on average, while those who did not lost about 1.5 pounds. “Our study clearly shows that weight discrimination is part of the obesity problem and not the solution,” Jane Wardle, director of the Cancer Research UK Health Behaviour Centre at University College London, said in a statement. “Many obese patients report being treated disrespectfully by doctors because of their weight. Everyone, including doctors, should stop blaming and shaming people for their weight and offer support and, where appropriate, treatment,” Wardle said. Weight discrimination has been linked to behaviors that can lead to weight gain, such as comfort eating (or eating energy-dense foods), said study researcher Sarah Jackson, also of University College London. Fat shaming may also make people feel less confident about engaging in physical activity, “so they tend to avoid it,” Jackson said. The study found only an association, so it does not prove that weight discrimination causes weight gain. But the findings agree with previous research. A study published last year found that people who are not obese who experience weight discrimination are 2.5 times as likely to become obese a few years later as are those who do not experience weight discrimination.
When I was younger I definitely believed and have heard personal tales from people who claimed to have seen one. However, as an adult I tend to think they didn't exist. Now I'm not sure. My own personal theory is that perhaps Bigfoot is nothing more than feral humans. If a breeding population of feral humans existed in N.America then they would quickly adapt to the cold winters via natural selection. This would mean that those offspring that were hairy would survive and spread their genes. We also know that another adaptation to cold climates is to grow larger. That's why most of the animals of the ice ages were so big because large animals lose heat slower than smaller animals. Therefore it is possible that a breeding population of feral humans could become hairier and larger than non-feral humans within just a few generations. If the initial breeding pairs of feral humans were literally feral from an early age they would not have developed socially and would be incapable of passing socialization skills onto their offspring. They would be illiterate and may never develop the need to even make tools, other than rocks and sticks that can be easily found in nature. What says you? Of course I think it's also possible that Bigfoot is purely mythical.
I just came across this version of Easy To Be Hard by Jennifer Warnes.
Watched this again on GetTV the other night and I was really impressed! Funny how by today's reality Lynn R. would hardly be considered the unkempt, monstrous hippo the way she is intended in the movie. All the cast is first-rate (esp. sexy Alan Bates) but I gotta say Charlotte Rampling almost blows the whole movie over as the coldest, meanest bitch ever! I can't imagine that character in a film made today. Swinging Sixties cinema rocks!
How will Bob keep from trouser tenting?
The people have spoken. Elisabeth Hasselbeck, one of the five cohorts of ABC's daytime talk show The View, will not be returning to the couch next season, following hot on the footsteps of fellow cohost Joy Behar, a source tells Us Weekly. According to the source, the show's resident conservative voice is being ousted after market research revealed that she isn't popular with TV audiences. "The viewers they polled all said she was too extreme and right wing," the insider tells Us. "People did not watch the show because of Elisabeth. So they told her yesterday her contract would not be renewed." When reached for comment, a rep for the show told Us in a statement: "Elisabeth Hasselbeck is a valued member of The View and has a long term contract." Hasselbeck, 35, joined the cast of the daytime talk show in November 2003 after guest-hosting the show following Lisa Ling's departure in 2002. Throughout the course of her time on The View, she has gotten into numerous arguments with her cohosts, including a heated argument with Rosie O'Donnell in 2007 over the War in Afghanistan and with Barbara Walters over Mitt Romney in 2012. Earlier this week, Behar, 70, announced her own departure from the show after 16 1/2 years. "You can't stay forever on a show," she told Good Morning America. "I am graciously exiting stage left. I've put in 16 1/2 years and felt the time was right. I want to explore other opportunities." Adds the source to Us: "Joy says it just felt ... tired and like work. She was over it." Behar has been with the talk show since its inception in 1997, and currently hosts Joy Behar: Say Anything! on Current TV.
Jameis Winston, the quarterback who not long ago was accused of rape, jumps on a table in the crowded Florida State University student union and screams that. Students immediately tweet what he did and said. The guy's just brilliant!
Why does Fox keep trying to make it happen?
To be released 09/16/14: 1. It Had To Be You (w/ Michael Bublé) 2. People (w/ Stevie Wonder) 3. Come Rain Or Come Shine (w/ John Mayer) 4. Evergreen (w/ Babyface) 5. New York State Of Mind (w/ Billy Joel) 6. I'd Want It To Be You (w/ Blake Shelton) 7. The Way We Were (w/ Lionel Richie) 8. I Still Can See Your Face (w/ Andrea Bocelli) 9. How Deep Is The Ocean (w/ Jason Gould) 10. What Kind Of Fool (w/ John Legend) 11. Somewhere (w/ Josh Groban) 12. Love Me Tender (w/ Elvis Presley)
I was just talking with a female friend who said she feels unsafe when men catcall her. But unless it happens at night or when she's vulnerable (i.e. drunk or alone), wouldn't it be flattering? I wonder if a lot of women pretend to be annoyed when they really love it.
He is now 45 with very little money and very few job opportunities. He's aging, has no wife nor any children. He's on the z-list with no real following. And as for Queer As Folk, he basically whored himself out for a job if he is in fact straight. Where do you think he will be years from now?
I'm far from being a fancy dresser, but tons of people, for some odd reason ask me for dressing tips. These are the simple tips I give for straight men: 1. Get a good hair cut. 2. Wear clothes that fit. No, baggy shirts and pants never look good. 3. If you wear a light colored shirt, wear dark pants and vice versa. Any other SIMPLE tips to pass on to our straight brothers?
Amore — from the Alamuddins! Us Weekly has learned who's footing the bill for George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin's highly-anticipated wedding in Venice, Italy, and it turns out it's not the two-time Oscar winner. "Crazy enough," a source reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly, "her family is paying for most of it!" As previously reported by Us, the bride's parents also had a say in when the wedding would take place. Like Clooney, Ramzi and Baria Alamuddin were anxious to have the nuptials this fall. An insider told Us shortly after the couple's engagement that the Lebanon-born beauty's mom and dad were "old-fashioned when it comes to these things." Alamuddin's mother, Baria, is an editor at Lebanese newspaper Al Hayat. She's previously interviewed foreign leaders on TV, including Bill Clinton and Tony Blair. Amal's father, Ramzi, is a retired business professor who taught at the Beirut branch campus of American University. The first source adds that the future spouses are currently putting the final touches on their upcoming Sept. 27 wedding in the Floating City. "It's all very classy," the insider says of the black-tie affair. Most excited of all? The groom! While accepting an award in Florence on Sept. 7, Clooney declared his love for the London-based barrister before the audience. "I would just like to say to my bride-to-be, Amal, that I love you very much," the Monuments Men actor said. "And I can't wait to be your husband." ....... In other wedding news Rande Gerber loaded up a private jet with case after case (50 cases in all) of their own primo tequila Casamigos... and made a beeline for Clooney's Italian wedding.
We all grow up knowing about Presidents, peacemakers, Academy Award Winners, Nobel Prize winners, famous authors, sports heroes, multi-zillionaires, etc., and we all aspired to be among them some day. There comes a time in life when we realize that we're not going to be among the greats. When I turned 40, I accepted it. When did you figure it out?
In a dramatic reveal this morning, Wendy Williams learned that the doctor who took the selfie of Joan Rivers was Dr. Gwen Korovin who treated her.
Am I comparing apples and oranges? I like a few of Kanye's songs, but I don't think there is anything extra special about them. Not to mention Kayne seems like a dick. Pharrell is just as talented, scored an Oscar nom, and seems like a nice enough guy. And yet, according to the media, he is not a musical genius.
I always loved his music. He had some amazing gospel roots and could hit the bottom notes as well. I still have several of his albums which I was able to get on my computer. The last time I saw him was back in Brooklyn NY at the Odyssey, not too long before his death in 1988.
Poor Mare! [quote]“I didn’t think a lot about it, and then it turned into pushing me into the wall and then it went beyond that, to [his] actually taking his hand and grabbing my face and saying, ‘I could ruin your career if I wanted to and no one would watch you,'” she said. [quote]She recalled being thrown into a scalding shower naked, then tossed into the hallway. “We lived in an apartment, and I hid in the stairwell for two hours until he came again, crying, ‘I promise I won’t do this again,’” she revealed.
I watched season 1 when it aired.I'm starting season 2 now. I forget what the deal is with the sister-in-law. Why does Anna Gunn hate her and keep avoiding her calls?
By request. Barry Youngfellow.
Does he really have moobs or not? Anyone else in daytime with bigger moobs than Freddie?
Wants Diane's job.
Let's talk about them.
Yeah, she's a woman. I wonder how much he paid her. He said you can't imagine the terror he lived in....he hired bodyguards. What extra duty did they have to pull?
As requested in the Joey Stefano thread...
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Okay, now I'm going to say it: Are we sure Obama is American? This spits right in the face of our heritage. Is Obama the latest victim of Twitter? ... President Barack Obama reiterated his stance against Scottish independence with a tweet on Wednesday. Obama said he hopes the UK remains "strong, robust and united." The Scottish independence vote takes place Thursday, Sept. 18. The White House ✔ @WhiteHouse The UK is an extraordinary partner for America and a force for good in an unstable world. I hope it remains strong, robust and united. -bo Obama first commented on the vote in June. "We obviously have a deep interest in making sure that one of the closest allies that we will ever have remains strong, robust, united, and an effective partner," Obama told reporters after the G7 summit. "But ultimately these are decisions that are to be made by the folks there." Earlier this week, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said the vote is a "decision for the people of Scotland to make," but echoed Obama's comments. "I will certainly respect their right to cast their own ballot without interference from people on the outside," Earnest said. "But, you know, as the president himself said, we have an interest in seeing the United Kingdom remain strong, robust, united and an effective partner." Former President Bill Clinton has also spoken out against Scottish independence, saying he hopes "the Scots will inspire the world with a high turnout and a powerful message of both identity and inclusion."
"There''s no bathtub in the master suite? What kind of master suite doesn''t have a bath tub?" %0D\ %0D\ "These cabinets look dated." %0D\ %0D\ "I wanted stainless steel appliances." %0D\ %0D\ "This is the master suite? It''s TINY!" %0D\ %0D\ What else?
Where is Center City in Philadelphia? I say we start a boycott of the city until everyone of those freaks are arrested. Sick. We need to bash back!
I'm pretty damn clueless about Britain, and about British history. Why are there two Irelands, but only one is in Britain? Wtf is the big deal about "Britain", anyway? (I always thought it was the same thing as "England", actually) Why do some Scots want independence, and what would that entail? Anyone willing/able to edumacate me, please?
He is friends with Jeff because Jeff is Harry's agent, he is supposed to introduce him to a lot of important people in LA. Harry wants to be known as a songwriter, he wants to become 'friends' with people who can help him become famous as an individual when the time is there. You can keep calling Jeff his boyfriend, but that doesn't make it the truth. The only truth is that Harry is a smart ass who knows exactly how to charm the right people into doing a lot for him. Even if those people have their own agenda as well. Harry has talked his way right into the Azoff family. What more does he need? Well, maybe a secret girl- or boyfriend who loves him for who he is, and not for how famous he is. Someone who doesn't care about him being in LA all the time. So this person must have the possibility to see him, even though he is always staying at different places around the world. Someone whom he wants to stay faithful to, even though he knows that he could sleep with a lot of beautiful people. But why would a guy his age want to do that? Does that mean that his love interest is famous as well, and that he/she can pull the same card? Open your eyes, there is only one person who would fit in his life right now. He has never made a secret of his feelings.
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Lana Turner is pretty hilarious as an uptight prude.
I'm so worried.
Four months of searching and I am about to lose my S H I T.
Well gurl, this eventful season is about to end in read off! Will Peter, the newest housewife, finally check the Moose? Will Apollo be able to get enough brain cells working to not slip up and admit he is a sinister white collar criminal? Will we discover that Phaedra has a top row of the teeth? Is Mama Joyce going to drag someone else before this all over? YASSSSSSS!
From t.a.t.U. What. A. CUNT.
Rob Ford has been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. The Toronto mayor has a “fairly aggressive” type of malignant liposarcoma in his abdomen – an unusual cancer that affects soft tissues in the body. He will soon undergo chemotherapy at Mount Sinai hospital. “I'm optimistic about treatment,” said Dr Zane Cohen, who is overseeing his treatment. “It's a rare tumour, a very difficult tumour.” Doctors have found two tumours – one measuring 12cm by 12cm in his abdomen and another smaller 2cm one his left buttock, which are believed to have developed over the past three years. Within the next 48 hours, Ford will start three days of “fairly intense” chemotherapy. He will then be given a break of 18 days, before undergoing a second round of treatment.
I was supposed to have intestinal surgery a couple of weeks ago, but my pre-op urine test showed an infection. The dr didn't tell me which bacteria it was. I took Cipro. The repeat urine was a culture and it was positive for E. coli. UTIs that are resistant to Cipro are strains of E. coli ST131. I'm on Macrodantin now. If this doesn't take care of the UTI, I don't know if they will operate on me because ST131 can cause sepsis. My surgery is seen as an elective procedure. My surgeon stressed this twice when he explained the surgery to me. It's a colostomy reversal. When I was in the hospital for an intestinal perforation, they put a Foley catheter in me and had difficulty putting it in. The nurse had to try a few times. I wonder if I picked up the UTI in the hospital. They never tested my urine in the hospital. I'm not really sick or anything. I just feel really tired. I'm afraid that I might not be able to get my intestines put back together again. :-(
Lots and lots of balls.
Her family has long occupied a prominent place among the Druze: Her father is a retired professor at the American University of Beirut, while her mother, Baria, is a well-known former beauty-queen turned journalist with the pan-Arab newspaper Al-Hayat. Plus, they hail from Baakline, birthplace of Emir Fakhreddine, a 16th century Druze prince. Those credentials bear great weight in the Druze sect, an ancient offshoot of Shiite Islam that boasts a mere 1.5 million followers.
The "Django Unchained" actress who claimed she was harassed and hurt by cops after making out with her boyfriend was actually having sex in her car according to witnesses ... then went on a rant with cops accusing them of racism and not knowing who she was ... according to police audio obtained by TMZ. Daniele Watts had just left CBS studios in the San Fernando Valley around 2 PM Thursday. She says she was making out with her BF, but we've learned witnesses from the nearby Directors Guild office building told cops they were watching her and her BF have full-on sex in the passenger seat WITH THE DOOR OPEN! The eyewitnesses said the guy was sitting in the seat, she was straddling him and it was for everyone to see. One eyewitness told cops they cleaned themselves up afterward with a tissue. TMZ obtained police audio of the incident. Watts instantly plays the race card when Sgt. Jim Parker asked for her ID. She quickly moves from the race card to the fame card -- then storms off, refusing to show her ID. She was apprehended by another cop a short distance away and brought back -- and things got NUCLEAR! Some of her choice comments: - "I think I'd like to identify you ... to my publicist." Who's the Bad Guy? Actress Cops - "I serve freedom and love. You guys serve detainment. That's cool." - "I hope when you're f***ing your spouses you really feel alive." We're told she plans to file a complaint with the LAPD and has hired a lawyer.
A question for the dope smokers: Let's say you find yourself in a town where don't know anyone, have no contacts, no inside information--just a powerful urge to get high. How do you buy marijuana? How difficult is it? Let's say I drop you into Lincoln, Nebraska or Portland, Maine, tell me how you would handle this.
One of the best jobs ever.
And that's final!
As the chaining of America continues a lot of interesting restaurants get lost in the mix. This article got me thinking (yes it's Huffpo, sorry those bitter betty's who disdain it). It is about restaurants past, including one in NY that I know was incredibly popular. Right now name one GREAT place that is reasonable in theatre district? Exactly you have to go to 9th at the very least. Restaurant Row sucks, but there used to be a lot of good eateries in that ares. What gone restaurants do you miss?
The old thread was closed... and there's just not enough eye candy in this world, so this thread is here to fix that! No nudes, just totally gorgeous men:
Let me tell you about Deb Messing's new show....
Because the last thread is just about full
Told you I was harcore. [quote] REDDING, Calif. (AP) — A Northern California man has been arrested after his ex-girlfriend said he cooked her dog and fed it to her. Ryan Watenpaugh of Palo Cedro was arrested Thursday. He remains jailed Friday. Watenpaugh's ex told police he had repeatedly struck her while they were dating and that after one assault, she left her Redding apartment and returned to find her Pomeranian, "Bear," missing. Police say the couple briefly reconciled last week and Watenpaugh cooked the woman a meal. But she told police he later texted her and asked how her dog had tasted. On Tuesday, Watenpaugh allegedly left two of the dog's paws outside her door. Police say Watenpaugh has denied killing or cooking the dog. He was booked for animal cruelty, domestic violence, stalking and false imprisonment.
Have you heard this song? I was driving today and heard it and fell in love. Then I found out it is by the girl who did the chorus on "Same Love" by Mac&RL and loved it more! Just what the world needs- an overweight bipolar lesbian pop star! Seriously, how awesomely catchy is this tune.
Not that it is a surprise but Bennett has avoided ever publicly mentioning he is gay and she just blurted it out on national TV. Hell, maybe more people should start doing this to obvious closet cases. Colton Haynes your next?
Needs to be DL's motto. Make this happen, DL!
Not sure what to say. I think the video speaks for itself.
Look at her face on CNN. Why would a pretty on air personality allow that to happen? Is she pregnant?
When I first watched it last year, I thoroughly enjoyed it for the camp ("I look like my father in 'Hush, Hush Sweet Charlotte!'" and Rob Lowe performance). I laughed throughout and enjoyed Michael Douglas as Liberace. However, watching it again tonight, I am struck by how Matt Damon doesn't seem right for his part. He has bits of great acting, but he doesn't seem to fill his role. Douglas [italic]was[/italic] Liberace, but after a year of not watching it, Damon does not seem to inhabit the role of a boy toy. It is not just the age difference between Damon and Scott's age at the time he was with Liberace. Rather, it seems as if he was playing a different role (sweet and naive, then corrupted) who happens to be in the body of a boy toy rather than an already dissolute young man who used Liberace as much as Liberace used him. Damon doesn't seem to do that. Sure, the character as portrayed makes for a better story (fall and some redemption at the end) but it strikes one as false.
\ \ Erica Blasberg, an LPGA golfer since 2005, died Sunday in Henderson, Nev. She was 25 years old.\ \ According to the Associated Press, Blasberg''s agent would not divulge details about the cause of the golfer''s death, and it is unclear whether foul play was a factor. Henderson police are currently investigating.\ \ Golfweek reports that Blasberg won six tournaments in two years while in college at the University of Arizona, where she won Pac-10 Player of the Year. The publication named her Player of the Year in 2003.\ \ In a statement, Blasberg''s agent said, "We are devastated to learn of the passing of Erica Blasberg. To most of the world, Erica was known as a professional golfer, but she was more than that. She was a loving daughter to her parents and a compassionate and loyal friend. Erica had a good heart, was extremely kind and very thankful for what she had in her life."
Giving back, as some DL members have been so helpful. Giving back, as some DL members have made me laugh. Dealing with a lot of disappointment, and false promises.
Well, at least she'll keep her hands to herself. Link goes to Cocksucker Jay Penske's website. Article by Cocksucker Mike Fleming Jr.
with very wealthy people, crazy, wonderful, passionate people.. a lot of texas ranchers and a particularly stodgy grand dame with multiple personalities and a wonderful diction.. The Four Seasons, The Palace...? It was a wonderful place. And I had never experienced a world that could go from one extreme to another as this place did. I wlll say that I was NEVER bored. And I will never experience a place like this again. I sure do miss it. I miss the people. I miss it's passion and I miss its humor and pathos. It was quite a life.
When you are 50 or older, should you consider moving 401K $$$to an FIA ?. Met with someone asking me to consider this , as I'd like to retire at 62. Is my 401K going to tank again soon like it did around ten years ago ?
Lesbian here and I desperately need a new look! My hair is past the middle of my back, and because of my age (45), it's looking pretty dated. Also, is not as full and voluminous as it once was. Some call it "mermaid hair", but it's thinning, and the blonde highlights, while pretty, have damaged the hell out of it. So now it's a thin, fine, wispy mess that tangles easily. A bit about me: I am 5'11", and need to lose 30lbs, but I am evenly proportioned. I have a long face (not as bad as Rumor Willis, probably about as bad as SJP..) and (depending on my age and how my hair was colored/cut) have been told I look like these celebrities: *Renee Russo (several times, even now. Usually they say "That actress from The Thomas Crowne Affair")) *Bonnie Hunt (once, two months ago) *Brooke Shields (When I was younger) Wendie Malick (a couple times about 10 years ago) *Tori Spelling (I almost slapped the shit out of that one. The woman had the nerve to say, "You look like a pretty version of Tori Spelling") ouch I did some runway modeling in my teens and early 20's, but no print jobs because I was told I have terrific charisma, and look great in person, but "photograph flat" .. I have to agree. Big eyes, high cheekbones, a pug nose and a long chin photograph terribly. Crazily enough, they loved my look enough for shows. Anyhow, I'm stuck in a rut and really need some advice. What worked for me when I was young, most certainly is not working now. HELP!
So who are you guys voting for? John Tory has been saying over and over and over again this message If you want to get rid of Ford you cannot vote for Olivia Chow? Which explains why John Tory is at the top of the polls But who are you voting for? Vote below and then discuss.
Who knew he was such a horn dog?
Just you watch..
Broad category, but hopefully this thread will catch a lot of sexy men, in and out clothing!
The weirdest city in 21st century America (in both a good and endlessly entertaining bad way). Is there any city that is stranger?
Continuing the tradition!
The new bar opens on Friday night: [quote]As Chelsea's gay scene fades into the distance and Hell's Kitchen's blossoms, nightlife fixture Benjamin Maisani and his business partners are taking a chance on a new bar in the bustling but not quite fully gay Williamsburg section of Brooklyn. I caught up with Anderson Cooper's better half to find out why he decided to cross the river this time around, what the boys can expect from his latest venture -- the subtly named LOVEGUN -- and if it was really him I saw eating sweet potato casserole at Boston Market all those years ago.
Just was sent this via text. Um WOW!
Why'd she want her own show? Did Edgar push her? Wasn't she doing quite well on the Tonight show?
In person, or on the Internet? The ones that are aggressive? Delusional? Don't seem to have a clear understanding that the character/couple that they love is fictional and part of a book/film/television programme?
Those of you who don't live in states that have this chain, you are completely missing out on the very best burgers! My favorite: Bacon cheeseburger with grilled onions and jalepenos Another added plus is that they are open 24hrs.
[quote]JB: Tell me a secret! [quote]AA:I had sex with Jared Leto back when I was presenting as a male. And, yes, it’s not only massive; it’s like a Praetorian Guard’s
Back in the day when bachelor parties consisted of watching pornos in a group with other guys, did the guys jerk off in front of each other? Anyone have any stories about this? What about being at a stripper party with straight friends? Ever see any of your friends get naked or blown by the stripper?
As fall creeps toward us and the leaves start to turn, a malaise has set in amongst the Havenettes, and it's no wonder! Pattinson's facial features continue to slide off his face thanks to that suspicious sweating that hasn't abated in weeks, and there's the little matter of Kristen's gal pal Alicia and the "A" ring she's so happy to show the paps. Will Kristen ever come out or just keep all seven of her fans guessing for eternity? And if a Robert Pattinson falls over on a red carpet, will anyone notice? Tune in to find out what's next for our adorable duo!
In a dramatic reveal this morning, Wendy O. Williams learned that the doctor who took the selfie of Joan Crawford was Dr. Gwen Stefani who treated her.
This is the thread where we enjoy biceps.
It was a mass-produced painting of a little boy with tears streaming down his face. At some point in the 80s the urban myth grew that mysterious fires broke out in houses that contained a copy. Supposedly when the smoke cleared it was discovered that the only thing undamaged in the home was the painting. Who had one? Did any weird shit happen that you attribute to it?
Has anyone seen this movie?
The good news is that they were still able to include the majority of the music that wasn't available before. On their site, they list the artists whose music is included on the DVD set.
I didn''t know he was 44. He looks about 10 years younger.\ \ Is he gay?
Quinnipiac..... Gardner(R) up by 8 USA Today ..... Gardner(R) up by 1
Want to be surrounded by smart people? A new study by personal finance social network WalletHub found the U.S. cities the intellectual elite call home. Most 1.Ann Arbor, Michigan 2.Raleigh, North Carolina 3.Durham, North Carolina 4.Provo, Utah 5.Manchester, New Hampshire 6.Seattle, Washington 7.San Jose, California 8.Colorado Springs, Colorado 9.Baltimore, Maryland 10.Boston, Massachusetts
The Brits are...why should the Brits be more freaked than everyone else?
What is this? And why does someone think this is amusing or funny?
I am the lump in Jennifer Marlowe's left breast, which she discovered two weeks ago.
My good deed for this month . Thread by request so someone who won't pay $18 can talk about the bulge in a Dominican guy's speedo.
Sides In Scottish Referendum Make Final Push
Which ones will succeed? Which ones will be canceled in a few weeks? Which ones do you think look good, and which ones look abysmal? State of Affairs looks like bad Scandal ripoff to me. The Mysteries of Laura also looks awful.
Is Luke getting ready to come out of the closet? Again?
You should know the rules by now. Only post one question. Include a story from your past that has an emotional impact on you. No vague questions, no questions about celebrities, natural disasters, etc. No posting of personal identifying information, etc. Everything in one post. I will end the readings in less than an hour as I will be hitting the sack soon. Failure to comply with the rules will result in my ignoring your post.
Continue talking about the guys, Aaron's beards, and Kevin's imaginary girlfriend
Quinn Jaxon's new thread, since the last one got closed...
Is he going to be one of those actors who becomes a proud gay man at the age of 80?
Continuing a great thread with fabulous pecs.
Continue your foolishness.
Does anyone know why Dr. Lisa Masterson has left the show? They have a new season starting and she is gone, baby, gone. Wiped from the show's website, too. Two new women have been added. Did she just get tired of the "boy's club" of all the male docs on the show? They act so stupid and sophomoric, all fist bumps and nervous homophobia.
Reading through the World War Z thread and couldn't believe the number of people who put the guy down. Do any of you recall that he donated over $100K toward the defeat of Prop 8 in California. He also famously stated that he would not get married until gays and lesbians were also afforded the right to marry. There are a lot of people out there deserving of a certain amount of disdain, but he certainly is not one of them. Lay off, why don't you?
"Did she play for our team? By request.
Anyone know the name of guy in this ABC "World News Now" clip?
I haven't heard much about this, but it sounds interesting. It's about the gays who supported the coalminers' strike in the UK in the '80s. Anyone seen it or know anything about it? For our UK brethren-- was this story well-known at the time, or is it just being brought to light now?
Do you think they will have children? Not necessarily children that she would carry herself, I’m thinking she might be too old, but I could them going the surrogate route. They would have some beautiful kids.
The de-gaying of George
As I kid I watched his show constantly. My sister and I really liked it. When it was cancelled we didn't know why. I didn't learn why until long after I become an adult. So, DL, please tell me if you think the accusations against him were true or false.
Yas, the new season starts next week. I can't wait! Too bad Kelly Price left the show. She brought so much fuckery to season one that her drama will be deeply missed. But we still got Lil' Mo on the show, the breakout star, so it should be a good season.
That includes lesbians too. I'm curious. I happened upon a website called The Royal Forums, and they had a long thread about dead gay royals, but anyone who wanted to bring up the subject of living gay royals, most of those threads were deleted. I know that there was talk about Andrea Casiraghi being bisexual, but he's not technically a royal, correct? Does anyone know anything? I'm curious.
Decoding Russian criminal tattoos – in pictures From the 1960s to the 1980s, Arkady Bronnikov visited correctional facilities all over the Soviet Union and photographed thousands of tattooed inmates to decode their body art – and helped solve many crimes by identifying criminals based on their ink. Here, you can learn what roses, snakes and cowboys really mean …
You all here think so, at least if you read the Timberlake threads. But on other gossip sites they think he's straight. Celeb writers/bloggers who traffic in gossip say he is straight - EG Ted C, that Lainey person. If you read on him here and other sites, it's like two different people. What's the real deal? Is he gay or not? Am curious to hear from DLers who actually know something, not so much a bunch of speculating fraus, fans and haters...
He may have convinced himself that he’s the Most Rational Man Alive, but if wants to be the face of a welcoming movement, he’s doing a terrible job I became an atheist on my own, but it was Richard Dawkins who strengthened and confirmed my decision. For a long time, I admired his insightful science writing, his fierce polemics, his uncompromising passion for the truth. When something I’d written got a (brief) mention in The God Delusion, it was one of the high points of my life. So, I’m not saying this is easy, but I have to say it: Richard Dawkins, I’m just not that into you anymore. The atheist movement – a loosely-knit community of conference-goers, advocacy organizations, writers and activists – has been wracked by infighting the last few years over its persistent gender imbalance and the causes of it. Many female atheists have explained that they don’t get more involved because of the casual sexism endemic to the movement: parts of it see nothing problematic about hosting conferences with all-male speakers or having all-male leadership – and that’s before you get to the vitriolic and dangerous sexual harassment, online and off, that’s designed to intimidate women into silence. Richard Dawkins has involved himself in some of these controversies, and rarely for the better – as with his infamous “Dear Muslima” letter in 2011, in which he essentially argued that, because women in Muslim countries suffer more from sexist mistreatment, women in the west shouldn’t speak up about sexual harassment or physical intimidation. There was also his sneer at women who advocate anti-sexual harassment policies. But over the last few months, Dawkins showed signs of détente with his feminist critics – even progress. He signed a joint letter with the writer Ophelia Benson, denouncing and rejecting harassment; he even apologized for the “Dear Muslima” letter. On stage at a conference in Oxford in August, Dawkins claimed to be a feminist and said that everyone else should be, too. Then another prominent male atheist, Sam Harris, crammed his foot in his mouth and said that atheist activism lacks an “estrogen vibe” and was “to some degree intrinsically male”. And, just like that, the brief Dawkins Spring was over. On Twitter these last few days, Dawkins has reverted to his old, sexist ways and then some. He’s been very busy snarling about how feminists are shrill harridans who just want an excuse to take offense, and how Harris’s critics (and his own) are not unlike thought police witch-hunter lynch mobs. Dawkins claimed that his critics are engaged in “clickbait for profit”, that they “fake outrage”, and that he wished there were some way to penalize them. For good measure, Dawkins argued that rape victims shouldn’t be considered trustworthy if they were drinking. Benson, with whom Dawkins had signed the anti-harassment letter just weeks earlier, was not impressed. “I’m surprised and, frankly, shocked by Richard’s belligerent remarks about feminist bloggers over the past couple of days,” she told me. “Part of what made The God Delusion so popular was, surely, its indignant bluntness about religion. It was a best-seller; does that mean he ‘faked’ his outrage?” There’s no denying that Dawkins played a formative role in the atheist movement, but it’s grown beyond just him. Remarks like these make him a liability at best, a punchline at worst. He may have convinced himself that he’s the Most Rational Man Alive, but if his goal is to persuade everyone else that atheism is a welcoming and attractive option, Richard Dawkins is doing a terrible job. Blogger and author Greta Christina told me, “I can’t tell you how many women, people of color, other marginalized people I’ve talked with who’ve told me, ‘I’m an atheist, but I don’t want anything to do with organized atheism if these guys are the leaders.’”
"Remembering the Artist Robert De Niro Sr." screened Sunday, followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers and Robert De Niro himself. Robert De Niro the actor has never been particularly forthcoming about his personal life -- nor anything else, for that matter. The very private New York-based Oscar winner rarely gives interviews or shows up at events. But for the first time, he reveals a great deal of his youth and upbringing, his early family life, and his relationship with his father, the late figurative painter Robert De Niro Sr., in Remembering the Artist Robert De Niro Sr. It will make its television debut in June on HBO, and its Sundance debut was met with enthusiasm, curiosity -- and surprise De Niro himself showed up for the Sundance filmmaker panel afterwards, along with his producing partner Jane Rosenthal (who produced the doc with HBO's Sheila Nevins), director Perri Peltz, and Megan Fox Kelly, De Niro's art consultant who appears in the film. Robert De Niro Sr., we learn, was part of the post WWII set of New York painters -- Jackson Pollack, Lee Krasner, etc -- and he enjoyed initial success by being championed by Peggy Guggenheim at her New York gallery Art of This Century in the '50s. Actor De Niro appears in the film, reading from his father's very personal journals (which reveal he left De Niro's mother, also a painter, when he realized he was gay) and talking about watching his father paint as a child. Unlike the NY abstract expressionists, De Niro Sr. was really a figurative painter -- and while he enjoyed great success when he started out, eventually when the New York art world went crazy for pop art in the '60s, De Niro Sr.'s work went out of fashion -- and he refused to conform. He moved to Paris for a time, but was eventually brought back to New York by his son, who admitted he helped him financially in his later years."I did this for him," De Niro told the crowd at the Yarrow Theater after the screening. "I wanted my younger kids -- who were born after he died -- to know what their grandfather did. I even kept his painting studio intact so they could see it." Rosenthal explained that she pushed De Niro -- who'd always talked about making a doc about his father's work -- two years ago, knowing that many of his father's contemporaries in the art world -- who are featured in the film -- wouldn't live much longer. "Originally," admitted director Peltz, "Bob wanted to make the film just for his family. But then we realized it tells the story not just of Robert De Niro's Sr.'s work -- which is amazing -- but the entire art world of the time." De Niro is upfront in the film about his father's depression because he was not recognized in his time, and his inability to conform to other styles and get along with many of the gallery owners. Not surprisingly, the younger De Niro owns many of his father's works and many of his mother's early works (she gave up painting early on to raise him). Many of De Niro Sr.'s works are being exhibited at the Julie Nestor Gallery in Park City, and Megan Fox Kelly admitted that a major show of his work in New York is not far off. Meanwhile, almost without being noticed, Bradley Cooper -- in a ski cap -- was spotted ducking out of the screening. Obviously, his relationship with De Niro -- mentor and mentee -- is the real thing as Cooper has not made any other Sundance appearances at parties or dinners, and no one knew he was in town.
Don Lemmom among others is defending it.
The 2015 Dieux Du Stade Calendar is almost here and from the looks of things in this NSFW behind-the-scenes preview video, it may be their hottest one yet!
I'm probably late to the party but just saw him on "The Last Ship" in a t-shirt that left nothing to the imagination. What a fucking hot stud!! Any possibility he has dabbled in the mansex?
...is to remove the nail and cauterize the nail bed so that it never grows back! Can you believe that? WTF?
Is the 6-plus too big?
[quote] Whenever there is a thread about families, I read some really heartbreaking stories here. There are also some people who are really struggling right now, and I always try to post something helpful or encouraging. So, serious questions here...Tell me about yourself. What does it mean to you to be gay? Have you personally suffered as a result, either from your family, school, job, or society in general? When did you realise you were gay? Would you change if you could? Are you happy in your life? As requested on the request thread.
OK, I always used to admire the guy as a straight shooter (no pun intended)...but an honest, down-to-earth bloke and a great guitarist. Sadly, I found his book totally self-congratulatory, DULL, and full of blame for Mick Jagger, who basically SAVED HIS ASS on numerous occasions while he was in a druggy haze and saved the band he so loves keeping Keith in fine riches. He even criticized the guy's penis size. WTF?? He also acted like a totally out-of-it father who used his young son as his guardian while he was nodding off on some drug or other. He's honest about it, great, but not remorseful. I have to admire him for staying married to Patti Hansen for so long and raising two more kids out of the limelight more or less, but good lord, he takes obliviousness and blame to the next level in this book. Anyone else read it? I wouldn't mind hashing (again no pun...) it out!
I assume they'll just wait until the Queen dies and then try again.
I always have, since I was a kid. Loved when the daytime talk shows like "Donahue" and "Geraldo" would have them on. Loved when the "exercise" magazines featured male dance troupes. I almost like men wearing almost nothing than nothing at all. I love finding converted to DVD old stripper videos. Yeah, the mes are greasy and long-haired (80s) and often straight (though I don't always believe that every troupe is sooo straight and there are no gay men. Come on.) Weirdly, nowadays it seems like more and more male dancers have their dancers just in small posing straps with a full back. Makes no difference as it's still hot but anybody know why this is?
For his 'Strictly Come Dancing' partner Kristina Rihanoff!
According to CNN
I'd say this one qualifies by any standard.
Teenage Jack Kerouac: in love with ‘a goddess’ and dreaming of sex A newly discovered cache of letters by the On the Road writer shows him drunk on romance – and honing his literary skills Alison Flood; The Guardian, Thursday 18 September 2014 08.00 BST “I shall worship her with quiet dignity. I shall draw her attention to me by exploits, success, and possibly a small measure of fame,” wrote a young, romantically inclined Jack Kerouac to a friend in one of a cache of letters by the Beat author that has come to light. The 17 complete letters, two postcards and seven substantial fragments by the author of On the Road were found by the daughter of George J Apostolos after his death. Apostolos was a childhood friend of Kerouac’s from Lowell, Massachusetts. The author wrote to Apostolos from Horace Mann, the New York City prep school to which he had won a football scholarship, and from Columbia University, largely between 1940 and 1941, when he would have been in his late teens. The letters were written on a typewriter and run for up to five pages of single-spaced, dense type. According to auction house Skinner, which will put the cache up for auction this autumn, they show Kerouac in the process of “becoming Kerouac”. In one letter written from Columbia in the spring of 1941, the teenager tells his friend: “I’m planning to bum home one of these weekends, and to return almost immediately. Just a Saturday and Sunday in Lowell. It always appeals to me,” he writes, adding in red ink: “because that is where the road began.” In another, signed “your eccentric pal, Jack”, he records in minute detail the charms of the sister of a friend, his “dream girl”, whom he intends to marry. “There is no doubt in my mind that you or I have never laid our eyes on such an exquisite creature as Jacqueline Sheresky,” he rhapsodises. “Her neck has that stamp of blueblood; it curves up delicately and like ivory to a perfectly moulded almond chin, and thence to quivering scarlet lips, covering a row of alabaster teeth. Her eyes are dark as ebony, with a flash of fire in them. Her hair topples down in rippling cascades of black sleekness, over a pair of resilient, lush shoulders. She is slim, blooming and graceful; I have never seen anything like it.” Announcing his plans to “worship her with quiet dignity” and gain her notice “by exploits, success, and possibly a small measure of fame”, the young Kerouac veers between romance and practicality. “The trouble with me is, that I haven’t the nerve to ask her to the Senior Prom ... Were I to escort this Goddess to the Waldorf, I would have my measure of life poured into one night,” he writes. “I am afraid that God-damned Jew Sokolow has already asked her.” The girl is later spotted by Kerouac dancing with Sokolow. He raises his hand “slowly” and waves at her. She returns the salute. “What a Goddamned sordid, hopelessly awkward, hypocritical, idealistic, self-conscious and crazy fool am I ... But I know that you understand me, and that you won’t hold it against me if I pour out all my kaleidoscopic nonsense into your vast basin of human intelligence,” Kerouac tells Apostolos, whose connection to the writer had been “lost to biographers”, according to Skinner, “chiefly because these letters have never been available to researchers or the public”. Kerouac is clearly not entirely devoted to his latest discovery: later in the letter, he tells Apostolos of a date with a “cute little blonde”, and appears to be trying to persuade his friend to “lay” a woman called Leo, because “if you lay Leo before I get back, then when I do get back she will have fallen into the habit of laying the young cocks that visit her house, and I will join the fold. So go to it ... Lay her you babe, and we’ll have a twice weekly fuck for the rest of our lives, which is really LIVING.” Skinner, which will offer the letters separately for auction as part of its rare books and manuscripts sale on 16 November, says: “In these letters Kerouac comes through as playful and brilliant, an eager student who seems perfectly at home first in the unfamiliar prep school culture at HM, and later as a freshman at Columbia. He socialises, plays football, writes, reads, speculates, philosophises, and imagines his own future. “One is also reminded that this is private correspondence exchanged between two teenaged boys in the late 1930s and the early 40s. Kerouac refers to old high school adventures, his homesick love of Lowell, and describes his social exploits, drinking, partying and explorations with girlfriends ... His youthful optimistic enthusiasm and self-doubting frailty are both palpable in these letters. Seeing Kerouac as he makes his first steps out of Lowell, knowing his ultimate trajectory, one reads these letters with a sense of pride and hope in the young artist.” Devon Gray, director of fine books and manuscripts at Skinner, said that although the letters “were kept for decades without much concern for their well-being”, even the damaged sections contain “unique material that has never been seen or read”. Skinner is expecting the letters to fetch between $2,000 and $5,000 each. Gray said that Apostolos’s daughter had grown up with Kerouac as a regular visitor to her family home. “Memories of Kerouac from the 1960s are always coloured by his dangerous relationship with alcohol. However, her memories of him are bright and warm,” he said. “She had heard that her father had some letters, but was also told that they had been burned. After her father’s death, [she] discovered this group of letters among his things.”
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He was with his sister or girl friend. He's a mtof transter. He was quite tall for female and in a halter top with heavy necklace. Quite amusingly sweet. I tried not to stare, but he really looked like a guy in girl summer clothes. He seemed to have real female breasts but the voice was a dead giveaway. Gawd, I'm really grateful that I don't have any delusions of being a female.
It must be a day ending in Y.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has admitted to feeling doubts over the existence of God. In a recent interview at Bristol Cathedral, Archbishop Justin Welby said on a recent morning run with his dog he had questioned why God had failed to intervene to prevent injustice. “The other day I was praying over something as I was running and I ended up saying to God ‘Look this is all very well but isn’t it about time you did something – if you’re there.’” Earlier in the interview, when asked if he had moments of doubt, Archbishop Welby replied: “Yes. I do, in lots of different ways.” “There are moments, sure, when you think is there a God, where is God?” In the mostly light-hearted interview, the Archbishop later conceded later his views as the leader of the Church of England are “probably not what the Archbishop of Canterbury should say.” Citing his love for the Psalms, especially Psalm 88, which is “full of doubt” Archbishop Welby defended his comments about faith, saying: “It is not about feelings, it is about the fact that God is faithful and the extraordinary thing about being a Christian is that God is faithful when we are not.” One in four people in Britain regards themselves as belonging to the Church of England. 1.7 million people take part in a church service every month, according to statistics from the Church of England.
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He's one of the hunkiest men in baseball!!! Let's celebrate his looks, especially that muscular ass.
Has anyone caught this shit on Youtube? I am obsessed. It is way better than any RHO in the US because they all got fabulous OZZY accents. And there are some real cunts on there.
You guys don''t know what you''re missing. My cooter got punished last night. It''s almost 10 and it feels like his cock is still pounding my hole. I really wish every gay man could experience that just once. I am laying in bed still luxuriating in the feeling. \ \ Its gonna be a good Sunday. Love to you all.
Growing up my family always yelled at me when I complained that cornbread needs to have some sugar in it. They would all seemingly unanimously scream, "It's cornbread not cake!" I'm sorry, but if you don't put sugar in cornbread it's going to turn out dry and tasteless.
For Janbot, since her other thread was closed.
I'm listening to New Agenda and I must confess that it's become my new old school jam! What tracks did you enjoy from "Janet."?
BY LES FABIAN BRATHWAITE of OUT Magazine [italic]Why the singer is one of the greatest icons ever[/italic] In the echelon of pop divas, few rank higher than Janet Damita Jo Jackson. And as a gay icon, you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone with her multi-platinum track record of LGBT support. Yet, for some reason, when lumping together the great ladies in our iconic pantheon — the Chers, the Madonnas, the Judys, even the Beys — her name is often and conspicuously absent. Meanwhile, what has Streisand done for you lately? Though Ms. Jackson neither confirmed nor denied that a new album is in the works — those Jacksons are notoriously cagey — the thought of Janet’s return had the kids collectively clutching their pearls. It’s time we give Janet her dues as the other Queen of Pop, especially when you consider how much she's given the most recent queen of gays, Beyonce, who was honored by MTV with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award. (The same honor bestowed upon Janet herself in 1990.) Here are 10 reasons Janet is one of the greatest gay icons ever:
18 September 2014 Last updated at 16:00 ET Video of British hostage John Cantlie released A new video has been released showing a British man believed to be held hostage by Islamic State (IS) militants. The man says he is journalist John Cantlie and that he is a prisoner. Dressed in orange, Mr Cantlie, who in 2012 escaped an earlier kidnapping in Syria, asks why he and others have been abandoned by the US and UK governments. IS has recently killed three hostages and, in a video showing the death of UK aid worker David Haines, threatened to kill British man Alan Henning next. 'Unwinnable conflict' No IS militants are seen in the video, which is entitled "Lend Me Your Ears" and is addressed to the Western public. In it Mr Cantlie says other European governments have negotiated for the release of their hostages but says the US and UK have done things differently. "After two disastrous and hugely unpopular wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, why is it that our governments appear so keen to get involved in yet another unwinnable conflict?" he says. He also says this is the first of several of what he calls programmes in which he will explain the philosophy of IS. BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner said Mr Cantlie was speaking to the camera under duress. He said it was like a "kind of parody of a chat show" and "very much a propaganda video". "It doesn't end with any overt threat. He's reading from a script, there's no knife or gun being held to his head," our correspondent said. He added that previous IS videos were directed at US and UK leaders, but this was meant for the British public, particularly Muslims. The message of the video is that IS has been "misrepresented by the Western media", and the hostage says he is going to be revealing the truth about IS in "the coming programmes", our correspondent added. From comments on the tape, it is clear it was made this year, but not precisely when. Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg described IS as a "murderous, medieval, terrorist outfit". "We didn't need any reminding that what we're dealing with here in Isil is a movement of almost unprecedented barbarity and cynicism," said Mr Clegg, who has not yet seen the video. Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said he would "look very closely" at any material released on the internet. He said videos such as these could be "very distressing" to the families of the individuals involved. The video featuring Mr Cantlie has been released nearly a week after footage depicting the death of Mr Haines, the first British hostage to be killed. It was in that video that the life of Mr Henning, 47, from Salford, was threatened. Mr Henning was a volunteer on an aid convoy in December 2013 when he was seized just after crossing into Syria. Earlier, British Muslim leaders called for his immediate release, saying anyone undertaking a humanitarian act should be held in the highest esteem. The video of Mr Haines's death followed the killings of US journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff - which were also shown in videos - in August and earlier this month respectively. On Tuesday, IS released a separate video, which was described by analysts as a video response to US air strikes. The slickly produced, Hollywood-style trailer for a film entitled "Flames of War" refers to US President Barack Obama's insistence that US combat troops would not be returning to fight in Iraq. In an apparent taunt, it depicts wounded US troops, masked executioners standing over kneeling captives, and declares at the conclusion: "Fighting has just begun."
Because it seems like it is right now considering that he's even willing to star in a tv movie. I keep wondering what happened.
Ben Whishaw has been cast in the lead role of forthcoming BBC thriller London Spy. The 33-year-old British actor, who played Q in Skyfall, is to take on the role of Danny in Tom Rob Smith’s first television drama series. Danny is an outgoing and pleasure-seeking romantic who becomes embroiled in the world of British espionage, after falling for the enigmatic Alex. But when Alex disappears, Danny must decide whether he is prepared to find out what has happened to him. Tom Rob Smith said: “Ben Whishaw is quite simply one of the best actors in the country. It's an extraordinary privilege, as a writer, to have him play the lead.” BBC two controller Janice Hadlow, who commissioned the series, added: “Drama on BBC Two has seen an incredible resurgence and I'm thrilled to be welcoming this gripping new series to the channel, written by an exciting talent.“ Filming for the five-part series is to commence next month – and additional casting is to be announced soon. Whishaw’s past credits include Hamlet, Brideshead Revisited and Cloud Atlas. He is also set to take on the role of Freddie Mercury in an upcoming biopic about the Queen frontman’s life and is due to reprise his role as Q in Bond 24 in 2015. He will also star as Herman Melville in The Heart of the Sea, a Warner Bros film about the whale attack that spawned Moby Dick.
I've done everything to get rid of them. They are too smart. There's one who takes a nuclear shit every morning at 2:30am. It's 2:30am. He just did it, somewhere on this floor of the house. I hate him so much. Don't post. I just wanted to tell somebody.
So, what do we think is an acceptable thing to fundraise for? What isn't? I've donated to a few that I thought were worthwhile. But some are just so brazenly BEGGING.
Per CNN News Break: [quote]Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce giant, secured its place in history as the largest U.S.-listed initial public offering of all time. Demand was strong for the mega IPO, which priced at $68 per share. At that price, the IPO raised $21.8 billion, the largest ever for a company listed on an American exchange. Including the shares that underwriters have the option to purchase, Alibaba's IPO would raise $25 billion -- the biggest haul on record in the world.
You with your pageboy, your opera glasses, your velvet cloak, your lorgnette, your high-button shoes, your pearls -- it's so five minutes ago, I don't even know how your wife puts up with it.
I am sorry I felt adamantly about the hate crime in Philadelphia. Making people feel bad in Philly or worse, was not my intention. I apologies for that. People who disagreed, I just fervently believe when some thing THAT heinous happens, the GLBT community should hit back with our biggest weapon: our wealth. Again, sorry to the people who live in Philly and were offended. I live in a city with many faults: Atlanta. (No, not in a trailer or in one of the many other less desirable southern states.) I take on my city and its loads of problems all the time. No, I was not trying to make it about me. Just wanted to share my attitude when I hear about such scary crimes happening in any place: Egypt. Russia, etc. -- I want to do something. But here's the thing, I am a real person and 90% of the time post my name and own my snakiness, bitchiness or in this case to some, insane ideas. There are people on here who know me in real life. I don't mind getting real feedback or truly snarky funny slaps back. But just trying to denigrate me cause you don't agree, is just mean and speaks volumes about your psyche and your personality. Particularly when you hide behind anonymity. I love the random bitchiness, but if you are just being nasty, then bitch call Miss Jackson. Hope I haven't taken up too much of your time...
I was a ConEd customer. With the promise of lower bills I switched to IDT. Bills didn't decrease, so I went with Green Mountain Energy. After a year bills are higher. Does it really matter what company supplies the service?
Bryce Paup He was something else on the field. It was beautiful to watch his amazing body move in the tight football gear and the determination on his face. He could have Pauped me any time.
Is he the new Cody Cummings ?
Yea, I know ... 99% of the guys are bottoms... but that is not my experience. I'm a top who is looking for a bottom but it always seem to go wrong. I'm not interested in guys who just want to wank or guys that are "versatile." I just want to meet a guy who is a bottom and therefore compatible with me. If I meet a guy and want to go home with him, how do I politely say what I want without appearing crude?
I want to ride him until I squeal like a stuck pig. Is that so wrong?
i just saw his segment on CNN , Any info , Gay ,straight ,Bi ? His biracial and a total hottie .
Is it possible? I keep thinking it could be possible, not in the sexual manner but in the romantic manner.
May that big cock buy you some favors in the jailhouse!
By request from someone in the Katy Perry thread. Because he's more talented than any other actor working today and has an enormous cock. Link is to the old thread.
I was reading up on a doctor. It said he voluntarily surrendered his licence to practice in PA but now practices in CA. That can't be good. Can I assume he killed people?
And all is now right with the world. Daddy is still hot to death. Link NSFW.
More guys seem to be. Is it a generational modesty thing? Is it old troll fear? Is it hidden cams?
Ugh - every time I see this guy I feel nauseous.
Analyze and discuss.
Legitimate movie star or just the second coming of Paul Walker?
I have two straight friends who''ve confessed to getting oral sex from men but say they were freaked out about the idea of reciprocating or, worse, taking it up the ass.\ \ On the other hand, I have another "straight" friend who only wants to get fucked - absolutely nothing else - when he hooks up with a guy. He just loves to have his ass opened up and his girlfriend isn''t into it using toys, etc..\ \ Anyone else know similar guys?
Joe Flacco turns me on. I can''t find any shirtless pics, but he has a great body and sexy face. %0D\ %0D\ Who''s your favorite?
If 1 is 100% masculine and 10 is is 100% femme, what can you tolerate? I just left a restaurant where the host could''ve passed for a woman if it weren''t for his buzz cut, flat chest, general build, and grating gay voice. He was nice enough, but I couldn''t imagine being around someone like that for any length of time. His one redeeming quality was that he managed to carry himself with poise/confidence in a seemingly conservative town (Anchorage). \ \ I''m probably a 2 on a 1- 10 scale, but I couldn''t imagine dating or being friends with anything more than a 7. I can respect guys who are ultra-femme (at least to their face), but I honestly think there''s a point where people descend into caricature.
Do they exist? Or are the more flamboyant ones always the receivers?
I'm sure there will be absolutely NO disagreements!!
This story appears in the May 6, 2013, issue of Sports Illustrated. I'm a 34-year-old NBA center. I'm black. And I'm gay. I didn't set out to be the first openly gay athlete playing in a major American team sport. But since I am, I'm happy to start the conversation. I wish I wasn't the kid in the classroom raising his hand and saying, "I'm different." If I had my way, someone else would have already done this. Nobody has, which is why I'm raising my hand. My journey of self-discovery and self-acknowledgement began in my hometown of Los Angeles and has taken me through two state high school championships, the NCAA Final Four and the Elite Eight, and nine playoffs in 12 NBA seasons. I've played for six pro teams and have appeared in two NBA Finals. Ever heard of a parlor game called Three Degrees of Jason Collins? If you're in the league, and I haven't been your teammate, I surely have been one of your teammates' teammates. Or one of your teammates' teammates' teammates. Now I'm a free agent, literally and figuratively. I've reached that enviable state in life in which I can do pretty much what I want. And what I want is to continue to play basketball. I still love the game, and I still have something to offer. My coaches and teammates recognize that. At the same time, I want to be genuine and authentic and truthful. Why am I coming out now? Well, I started thinking about this in 2011 during the NBA player lockout. I'm a creature of routine. When the regular season ends I immediately dedicate myself to getting game ready for the opener of the next campaign in the fall. But the lockout wreaked havoc on my habits and forced me to confront who I really am and what I really want. With the season delayed, I trained and worked out. But I lacked the distraction that basketball had always provided. The first relative I came out to was my aunt Teri, a superior court judge in San Francisco. Her reaction surprised me. "I've known you were gay for years," she said. From that moment on I was comfortable in my own skin. In her presence I ignored my censor button for the first time. She gave me support. The relief I felt was a sweet release. Imagine you're in the oven, baking. Some of us know and accept our sexuality right away and some need more time to cook. I should know -- I baked for 33 years. When I was younger I dated women. I even got engaged. I thought I had to live a certain way. I thought I needed to marry a woman and raise kids with her. I kept telling myself the sky was red, but I always knew it was blue. I realized I needed to go public when Joe Kennedy, my old roommate at Stanford and now a Massachusetts congressman, told me he had just marched in Boston's 2012 Gay Pride Parade. I'm seldom jealous of others, but hearing what Joe had done filled me with envy. I was proud of him for participating but angry that as a closeted gay man I couldn't even cheer my straight friend on as a spectator. If I'd been questioned, I would have concocted half truths. What a shame to have to lie at a celebration of pride. I want to do the right thing and not hide anymore. I want to march for tolerance, acceptance and understanding. I want to take a stand and say, "Me, too."
As tweeted today from Steven Soderbergh's twitter account. Soderbergh will not direct but has offered his DP services. In addition, he will also be the cinematographer.
I've done three sessions now with my boyfriend of 4 years. I'm 30, he's 33. I'm doing well at work and just generally. He's in a rut. He suggested therapy. The therapist has asked me maybe two direct questions over the course of those three sessions, but has really been pressing my boyfriend. The revelations are mundane enough, but extremely depressing: He has never been able to maintain sexual interest in someone through the course of a relationship. Which would be one thing, except the longest he's ever been with anyone continuously until we got together was five months. Until now, he's never kept a job longer than a year (he's at 18 months and is already looking for something else). He doesn't want to feel pressure. Too much support feels like pressure. Not enough support and he doesn't feel understood. Doesn't every want to have to explain himself or his needs because that feels disappointing. No thanks. Already I'd pay $200 an hour not to have to hear this shit.
This thread is dedicated to the Black Male Porn Star who seems never to get any recognition. Is it marketing? Lack of self drive? Or, is it something else? So, cheers to the Black Male Porn Star! Share some pics, some info, or whatever you like about them! I'll start with the first few;
No, the Palins weren't there. There was blood on the dance floor and holes in the walls of a Buffalo country club after a wedding reception descended into a brawl that required cops from seven different police departments to break up, according to eyewitness accounts. No one was arrested, but police are reviewing video of the fight, which broke out at Orchard Park Country Club Saturday after the reception for a local couple with about 200 guests wrapped up at 11 p.m., The Buffalo News reported. Police were called at 10:18 p.m. when a member of the wedding party — accused of inappropriately touching a woman — was punched in the face, Orchard Park police Lt. Patrick Fitzgerald said. The accused man was escorted from the grounds, but that incident was the spark of a much larger melee once the event ended. "I'm telling you, there was blood everywhere," a witness who worked the event but asked not be identified told The Buffalo News. "There was holes punched in the walls. Words couldn't describe it. Just when you thought it was over, another fight started." When police arrived a second time they saw more than 100 people fighting both inside the banquet hall and outside the country club, according to WIVB. It took more than 15 minutes for police to calm the situation. A 39-year-old man was treated for a head injury at a local hospital, but several others refused medical attention. Holes were punched into the banquet hall walls, drinking glasses and crystal bowls were shattered and [bold]blood saturated the facility[/bold], Fitzgerald said. So much for the honeymoon. The bride was ushered out a back door for her safety while the groom tried to break up the brawl, The Buffalo News reported. "It was hard to sort it out who the instigators were," Orchard Park police Chief Mark Pacholec told WIVB. "There was a lot of yelling and pushing and shoving going on. There was over 100 people there from what my officer described. We're still looking into the cause. There were some reports that someone grabbed someone inappropriately. We don't know if it's that or a family feud issue but we don't know what the issue was."
Is it near the Castavets?
What is wrong with these assholes and their fetish for cutting peoples heads off?
This guy chats me up out of the blue this morning on Scruff: "Hi". I look at his profile and he's okay, nothing special. I write back: "Hi". I mean, he said hi first, right? And I'm not that interested, but I'm also not against people saying hi to me and I don't want to be rude, but the conversational ball is in his court, IMO. So he writes back: "Good Morning" I write back "Good morning to you" He writes back "thanks". "Thanks"? What am I supposed to do with that? Is this how people flirt now? I've had more memorable conversations with toll booth operators.
JP Morgan swapped the almost identical ships, the Olympic and Titanic, out. On the Olympic's maiden voyage, Captain Smith of the "titanic" wrecked the damn thing. So, they increased the insurance policy with Lloyds of London, swapped the ships out, and sailed the Olympic as the Titanic...KNOWING it was going down. JP Morgan, who had the nicest suite in the ship canceled at the last moment, along with his bankster buddies. He claimed he was ill. He also took all his bronze shit that was supposed to be transferred to America off the ship. He wasn't sick at all. The Californian set sail, totally empty except for a few sweaters and Captain Stanley Lord, who was supposed to rescue everyone. They set him up as the fall guy...and he was the ONLY one that shouldered the blame.
It has to be said.
The official thread to discuss all matters pertaining to DL fave and acting luminary Hilary Swank. Carry on.
They feature men, women, and a couple of minorities talking about freedom, safety, and the "good guys". Would anyone really think about joining them after watching these?
What happens when you try to live in Ayn Rand’s libertarian Galt’s Gulch fantasy from ‘Atlas Shrugged?’ Exactly what you’d think would happen. You know why nobody’s ever tried to build a real-life Rivendell, and start a community there? Like, with elves, magic and living inside giant trees and all? Because, as awesome as that would be, the book in which Rivendell exists, and can only exist, is a fantasy. It’s a self-contained world, where things function perfectly well within the rules and bounds of that world. But the rules of Middle Earth aren’t the same as those of ours, which is what makes it “fantasy.” [bold]What is “Galt’s Gulch,” exactly?[/bold] The premise of Ayn Rand’s bloated sack of crap…err, novel…is that the Captains of Industry, the “Motors of the World,” decide to “go on strike” in a mysterious mountain retreat called Galt’s Gulch. Created by the equally mysterious John Galt…the man behind the 40-page monologue near the end. Without its “best and brightest,” the world devolves into a socialist, collectivist Hellscape run by mobs of takers and moochers, and only returns to civility when the Greedy, Good and Great of Galt’s Gulch return like gold-dipped Messiahs to save the world. The novel ends with a predictably subtle, deep and beautiful metaphor…the protagonist literally drawing dollar signs in the sky. Pretty sweet fantasy, right? Greed, fraud and “rational self-interest” save the day. As always. Sounds like a thing that would work in the real world. Ayn Rand’s Douchebag Utopia has, after all, been as close to a Neoconservative Bible as exists, championed by none other than those great thinkers Paul Ryan, Ron Paul and his kid (who totally wasn’t named for Ayn Rand.) Yeah, except…funny thing happened on the way to utopia. It turned out to be a scam. (read more at the link)
Rachel is the manager and the owner is Gunther at a Central Perk cafe in Beijing which is the exact replica of the one in Friends, which celebrates the 20th anniversary of the first episode The cast of Friends may be feeling their age ahead of the 20th anniversary of their first airing on September 22, 1994. But a growing league of dedicated Chinese fans, many younger than the programme itself, are testament to its lasting and very global charm. Hidden on the 6th floor of a Beijing shopping complex is a detailed replica of the Central Perk coffee shop, where staff and customers while away hours watching series back-to-back and sipping coffee on that sofa. The cafe manager Xue Huahua, who chose the Western name Rachel, was born in the same year as the show's first episode. "In the last two years we've noticed that more and more young people like Friends," she said.
5-10 seconds melts the chocolate and softens the cookie. Delicious!
Skim Milk came when we thought that eating less fat would make us thinner. In fact, Europe only drinks whole milk and we are far fatter than them. Diet Coke was made to decrease sugar, but studies show it may kill us in other ways. In both cases, without fat and sugar, we are less satiated and eat more.
So, Neil Young has filed for divorce from his wife Pegi. They had been married for 36 years. She sang background for him and inspired some of his better-known love songs, such as "Unknown Legend." No reason was given for the divorce. Do any of you bitches know anything? Have there been rumors floating around about this? In all the comments I've seen, people express shock. Call me sentimental, but I'm always surprised and saddened when people who have been together for decades decide to call it quits. It happened to Al and Tipper Gore, to Thurston Moore and Kim Gordon, to Michael Moore and his wife, and now to Neil and Pegi Young. You'd think that if a marriage -- and especially a show biz marriage -- had weathered decades' worth of storms, it would be strong enough to withstand anything. But apparently not. Does anybody stay together any more?
Ooooh! Gossip like this gives me tingles! "TRUST ME you don’t want JEFFREY DONOVAN. I worked with this PR-IC-K on Burn Notice this man had the whole set TERRORIZED. Picture your worst stereotypical diva and multiply it by like a GAZILLION and you’ve got Jeffrey. In fact, his behavior is so LEGENDARILY ATROCIOUS that I was in Miami eating at Johnny Rocket and one of the girls behind the counter recognized me from other work and asked what I was in town filming and I told her Burn Notice. She said, “Oh that’s with that guy who’s like a complete a-hole right?’ A waitress. “Nuff Said. I was on MIAMI VICE by the way as a youngster, I played a character called Archie a young inner city track and football star who saved the lives of Crockett and Tubbs. I’m sure you know that Don Johnson had a legendary “people problem” right? Well, in Don’s case I didn’t find it to be entirely true, he’s a perfectionist and if you showed similar commitment to the work, you were in his good graces. Jeffrey Donovan would SCARE THE SHYTE out of D.J. I was also a character on CHARMED over a couple of seasons and I’m sure you know about Shannon Doherty’s legendary temper. She’s gave me nothing but love ( not like that) and we’re friends to this day. Jeffrey Donovan would SCARE THE WITCH out of Shannon Dougherty. I don’t like talking badly about someone but this man is the most appalling CRETIN I have ever worked with in a THIRTY YEAR CAREER, I’ve been in movies with Actors that wouldn’t let the Crew LOOK AT THEM and would only allow a crew member to speak to them IF THEY SPOKE FIRST ( Bobby D.) but again, he gave me nothing but love. Jeffrey Donovan would scare the beejeebers out of Robert Deniro."
Here's what Bill Clinton did right. Pay attention because this is how you run a government. He NEVER authorized any spending without knowing where the revenue to cover it was coming from. I'll say it again. He didn't spend money that he didn't have. He didn't borrow against the future. After eight years, he had a balanced budget and a surplus. The national debt could have been paid down by now. Instead, it's still growing because we're servicing the interest on the debts run up by the war criminals. I expect that another President Clinton will run the same kind of economic policy with the same results. Now ... let me get into this a little deeper. This is the difference between the Confederate Party and the Democratic Party. The Democrats generally believe that you must create revenue (taxes) to pay for government services. The Confederates (we used to call them republicans until they started waving the stars and bars) approach the equation from the opposite side: if you cut services, you can cut taxes. And if you cut taxes first, then you have to cut services. So they start by cutting taxes, then demand a cut in services -- the services that they themselves experience no immediate benefit from. Like food stamps and health care and social security and veterans' benefits. But those programs cannot be cut -- we have preexisting commitments to those constituencies, so any cut in taxes creates a revenue deficit which adds to the national debt. Arguing that we have to cut spending is a terrific idea. So we don't repair our roads and bridges and dams -- and then our roads will fall apart, bridges will collapse, dams will fail. But we made promises to ourselves, to our future, to maintain our services, so cutting those programs is a broken promise. The Confederates are the party of the broken promise. There is spending we cannot cut if we want to maintain the quality of life in this country. It's that simple. Once upon a time, when the Republican Party still existed, whenever the balance of power shifted to them, even if they had voted against the passage of a law, they still recognized it as the law of the land and they funded it and managed it and made it work, because it was their responsibility to manage the machineries of govt. The republicans who voted against social security still made sure it worked because it was their responsibility to do so. Today, the Confederate Party takes a different tack. If they don't like a law, they defund the mechanisms to make it work. They'll defund the EPA and the FDA and any other department. This started during the Reagan administration when Watts and Butts, Secretaries of Agriculture and Interior systematically used their authority to dismantle the departments they were supposed to manage. The Confederates couldn't win a war against the Union. Today, 150 years later, their inheritors are still fighting that war -- from the inside, doing their best to dismantle the government that they openly despise. We are in an undeclared civil war.
Sorry, I just needed to vent.
All electronic music styles are welcome. By request.
I'm a tired DL in-joke no first-time visitor could possibly get.
Who are these people?
I fucking hate it! Why are they allowed to be so goddamn loud?
I see thread after thread expressing that sentiment, yet they're terrific in oatmeal cookies, toast, meatballs ... and all sorts of things. Do you folks hate cranberries, too?
Dwyer of the Cardinals arrested for domestic abuse
This was a request made, so there you go. What music of the 80's didn't suck? Please provide a short or long explanation for your choices. My choices are: -X, Los Angeles and Wild Gift: the latter cd is so much better than all the other punk cds out there, not that there isn't plenty of competition -Dead Kennedy's: underrated group, they sang the best version of I Fought the Law -Yaz: more capable of emotion than early depeche mode -Depeche mode: some of their songs are still very good -New Order: a new wave band you can take as seriously as some of the great punk bands) -early U2: Bono wasn't totally full of himself and his strident attitude was refreshing, especially on songs like New Years Day -Siouxsie and the Banshees: great cover of Dear Prudence and other great songs like Spellbound and Arabian Knights -Slick Rick: you gotta love those sing-song rhymes -Husker Du: a huge nirvana influence, but I like their music even more so. It has a rough-around-the-edges quality that I really like. For ballads, I will take the Replacements, but when that doesn't happen (and that's most of the time), I like Husker Du better. Also, I only found out Grant and bob were gay later, but it makes me appreciate their music more. -Bad Brains: I have a huge issue with their homophobia, but the impact of their music cannot be denied. They sang both hardcore punk and reggae and I cannot think of any 80's band that could play faster or harder than they could. -Jesus and Mary Chain: I still love the sound of Psychocandy even if I haven't listened to it like I did in college. It manages to be as catchy as 60's pop and more aggressive than the Ramones.
Fox News host Dana Perino this week suggested that atheists should leave the country instead of trying to maintain the separation of church and state. In a case before the Massachusetts Supreme Court, atheist lawyer David Niose argued that the words “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance violates the Equal Rights Amendment of the state’s constitution. “I’m tired of them,” Perino complained on Wedneday. “I remember working at the Justice Department years ago when I first started right after 9/11 and a lawsuit like this came through, and before the day had finished, the United States Senate and the House of Representatives had both passed resolutions saying that they were for keeping ‘under God’ in the pledge.” “If these people really don’t like it, they don’t have to live here,” she added. “Yeah, that’s a good point,” co-host Bob Beckel agreed. “If you don’t believe then why do you care?” Perino wondered. “It’s just like some guy’s name.” Watch this video from Fox News’ The Five, broadcast Sept. 4, 2013.
Idiot rancher wanted his cattle to graze freely on federal land, and he threw a tea-tantrum to make it happen. Now a driver was severely injured plowing into one of his cows that was in the middle of a federal highway. [quote]Bundy had not been served with notice of the lawsuit Wednesday, but he was familiar with the accident. He said it was his cow that was hit, but he denied any responsibility. He said it is the state’s job to maintain the fence that keeps his livestock off the interstate. “It’s a state problem. It’s not our problem,” Bundy said. “We really feel bad when it happens. We sure don’t want it to happen. But we’re not liable.” And he might sue the driver for hitting the cow: [quote]Bundy said Wednesday that technically he is within his rights to make a claim of his own against Beck. “The person whose car hit that cow is liable to me,” he said.
During an interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity, Palin spoke about Obama's long-term strategy for defeating the Islamic State -- a militant group formerly known as ISIS or ISIL -- that he laid out in a speech Wednesday night. "As I watched the speech last night, Sean, the thought going through my mind is, 'I owe America a global apology. Because John McCain, through all of this, John McCain should be our president,'" Palin said. Video:
Would you vote for YES or NO based on the photo?
Did you ever wonder about that? Only his first wife Catherine of Aragon was true royalty. Anne of Cleves was the daughter of a reigning duke of the Holy Roman Empire (an HSH) but the others were either daughters of low ranking nobles or gentry. Why didn't he marry another princess and secure a dynastic alliance? There must have been scores of available princesses back then, whether Roman Catholic or of the new religion.
R60, (from the Clooney getting married thread) I'm on FB under my name. I've just arranged for professional pics; what's there now is another amateur shot. I'm also on Gmail. Again, it's under my name (first&middle.) I'm calling your bluff. I'm in discussion for a few new "faux" reality series, and just left one because of the pay. I've also responded to another local comedy performance opportunity. I am NOT looking to be a star, as I'm a comedy/character actress. Right, the ditzy blond that everyone else teases. At least I'm told that I have "excellent, excellent sense of timing." We know casting isn't based on talent or even looks. Since I'm not bi or a super slut, I never expected to have a major career. Too bad I'm not related to Hal Kanter, as everyone asks. Whoever he was. I hinted at what Mr. Clooney promised to help me reveal, on last night's free question to a psychic thread. It would have been polite if he had told me to look elsewhere for representation, after I was told not to sign with a different manager. Obviously I must have totally misjudged his character and level of honesty. I've now moved on. There are those on DL that will always insult evryone else. I accept that fact.
Vladimir Antaki has been documenting shopkeepers all over the world. His project was born from his desire to document and pay tribute to these ‘guardians of urban temples’ that we meet everyday without really noticing
Apparently, when people were fainting in theatres during the film's original 1973 release, it was mostly from THIS scene (at URL below) and not from any of the demon-exorcising or bedroom scenes. Does this scene make you feel queasy enough to faint? I have no idea what this procedure is called (an arteriogram?), but I admit to feeling too light-headed to see the entire scene all the way through. (I know, Mary!)
but is actually his head. Doctors have not yet decided if they will remove it.
Loud, stupid giant people. Men as dumb as a box of hair and the women are worse. No art or culture to speak of, a language of guttural urfs, oohs and glurgs. They'd be Germans if they weren't so lazy. Everyone in the Baltics loathes them.
I just finished the book "Thing of Beauty" (which I recommend) It's a great look at a different era. It was sad how many people in her life insisted that she couldn't be gay b/c she was so pretty. It also sounded like her narcissistic mom really did a number on her and made her a raging borderline. It sounded like there was some growth. Did any of you know any of these characters? I'm particularly fascinated by Way Bandy and some of the photographers. Also, the book didn't say it, but I get the distinct impression that Patti Hansen was the one who introduced her to heroin.
Should Scotland become independent?
For years The Talk has been within striking distance of dethroning The View as the number 1 female panel show. After four years of hard work The Talk has finally BEATEN The View According to Nielsen live plus same day ratings, the CBS talker topped “The View” in women 25-54 by +10% (1.1/07 vs. 1.0/07) and by +14% in women 18-49 (0.8/05 vs. 0.7/05) for the week ending Friday, July 11. What can The View do to turn this sinking ship around?
Bellagio in Vegas is supposedly the top-rated hotel/casino for customer service. What would you do if the following happened to you? Attending an event at Bellagio hotel/casino, I needed to use the Women's Restroom. In the middle of using the toilet, I saw a huge flood of DARK BROWN FECES flooding my stall from the one next to it. My brand new Satin high heels and large cloth bag were immediately covered in the filthy poop. I finished as quickly as possible and went to the bathroom sink. The smell was horrific. I told the housekeeper what had happened. She yelled at me in front of the other patrons that I should have inspected the stall before using it. She didn't care that the flood of shit happened after I was using the toilet. She ignored my request for help in cleaning my shoes and cloth bag. I had to stand in my stocking feet on the restroom floor, and clean someone else's feces off of my things. I had no choice but to wear the shoes out of the restroom, and carry the cloth bag. I then called for a shift manager. After a long wait, he finally showed up. His response? He didn't see the incident so there was nothing that he could do to help me. I would be happy to take a lie detector test to prove that what I'm saying is 100% true and accurate.
One shouted about God’s love as he crossed the frozen river, clutching a Bible. Another swam, drunk and naked. Several US soldiers dashed around land mines. Time and again, Americans over the years have slipped illegally into poor, deeply suspicious, fervently anti-American North Korea, even as it has become increasingly easy to enter legally as a tourist. To many, the dangerous passage is incomprehensible, especially since tens of thousands of desperate North Koreans have crossed in the opposite direction, at great risk. The latest incident came on Tuesday night, when a US citizen apparently tried to swim across a river separating the Koreas, eager to meet the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, local media reported. And on Sunday, Matthew Miller, 24, of Bakersfield, California, who entered legally but then tore up his visa was sentenced to six years of hard labour on charges he illegally entered the country to commit espionage. Sneaking into autocratic, cloistered North Korea has proven a strange and powerful temptation for some Americans. Sometimes the spur is religious conviction. Sometimes it is discontent with America and a belief things will be different in a country that can seem like its polar opposite. Quite often, analysts say, it’s mental or personal problems.
(continued salute to part one) O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave?
I smell a camp classic in the making! Link goes to Cocksucker Jay Penske's Variety.
He was a legend, but he was really average looking. I guess average looking guys can become legends.
What a fucked up movie. I'm surprised it was even able to get made. It's that disturbing. Regardless of its supernatural nature, the murders were incredibly graphic and believable. Did anyone see this movie? I'm a big horror movie buff, and I haven't been into an American horror film in at least a decade, if not longer. I can't believe the film was only made for $3 million.
Media doesn't report the race angle. Why?
Our unmanned probes are getting better at locating exoplanets (and a few planetary moons in our own system) that might be good candidates for harboring life. Do you think we will we get confirmation of the existence of extraterrestrial life in our lifetime? I'm sure I left out other options in my poll questions. Please share your thoughts on the subject. Also, I know this is the datalounge, so I fully expect snark and witty jabs; still, I'd also really like to know your opinions on how such a most momentous day for us as a species would change us.
Has anyone been able to download it on their iPhone/iPad? I keep checking and the update hasn't been released yet on my phone. If you've installed it, what are your thoughts? Is it better than iOS 7?
His majesty King George III reiterated his stance against American colonial independence with a tweet on Wednesday. Obama said he hopes the 13 colonies remain "strong, robust and united." A group of 56 colonists signed a Thomas Jefferson-penned "Declaration of Independence," accusing His Majesty of numerous crimes against the colonies as justification for the current battle for independence. The Royal Family ✔ @GBRoyalFamily Great Britain is an extraordinary partner for the colonies and a force for good in an unstable world. I hope it remains strong, robust and united. - HRH His Majesty first commented on the declaration in July. "Those ungrateful bastards just want representation," His Majesty told reporters after a visit to one of his doctors. "But ultimately these are decisions that are to be made by the crown." Earlier this week, Prime Minister North said the vote is a "decision for the people of the American Colonies to make," but echoed His Majesty's comments. "I will certainly respect their right to cast their own ballot without interference from people on the outside," North said. "But, you know, as His Majesty himself said, we have an interest in seeing Great Britain remain strong, robust, united and an effective partner." Former PM William Pitt the Elder has also spoken out against American independence, saying he hopes "the Americans will realize they're better off under the British Crown, and just because they face taxation doesn't entitle them to representation."
Are you a top, bottom, or vers?
The story continues... here.
According to The Advocate.
Thread started for another member.
Rare panda triplets born in captivity open their eyes for the first time. The cubs, born on 29 July at China's Chimelong Safari Park in Guangzhou, are the only known surviving panda triplets born in captivity. The trio are said to be in good health and now await a competition to be named
I saw this at the link below: "I kept switching between him and Tom Brady and they're the EXACT same skin color." I thought it was a curious observation given that one is mixed race and the other white. Do they have the same skin color?
FX does it again! The premiere tonight was killer.
Beat in the ratings by a Last Man Standing re-run!
But happening in the capital and poised for a worldwide breakout. Much more dangerous than any Ebola outbreak so far Lassa fever?
Oh, the look on his face when she tells him. HA!
$40k for 9 scenes - around $10k a scene. And if you''re thinking of doing porn and no-one will ever find out, read on...\ \ He''s gay, but says a lot of guys on Sean Cody are straight because the money is so much better than straight porn.
I hate his smarmy, know-it-all manner when a contestant gets an answer wrong. As if he''d know the answer if it weren''t written on a cue card.
I'm late to the party on this TV show....gorgeous co-stars. Anyone else a fan?
How Social Media Improved Writing. According to this guy, anyway. [quote]This is a very modern phenomenon: writing that reads like conversation. Day by day, prose is becoming blessedly more like speech. Social media, blogs and emails have hugely improved the way we write. [quote]Before the internet, only professional writers wrote. I remember the term at school when we were taught to write essays. Most of my classmates just endured it. They’d never written down their extended thoughts before, and were confident they’d never need do it again.
Get ready for "Chocolate City!"
It seems like she is out there promoting the hell out of this album doing all sorts of interviews and talk shows that she's spent the past few years avoiding. Was that really the first time she's done the Tonight Show since the 1960s. What's changed?
I have two sisters, one older and one younger, and I haven't spoken to them in ages since our parents died. They are backstabbing bitches. There has been psychological and emotional abuse for as long as I can remember.
My balls weigh thirteen ounces.
Friday, 19th of September on E!: Paying homage to her late mother, Melissa will join Kelly Osbourne, Giuliana Rancic and George Kotsiopoulos for a special tribute following an all-day marathon of the late comedienne's hit show.
The other thread is full, and we need to provide emotional support to Brandon, Cameron and Abe the only studs left whose taints are untouched by dick or dildo (at least on film). Stay strong and whatever you do don't sign up with Men.com!
As the campaign for Scottish independence enters its final week, Catalonia is launching the next phase in its attempt to break away from Spain. On Monday, the regional parliament began laying the groundwork to pass a law allowing a referendum on 9 November.
Is something going on there?
"Buy this outfit or I'll fucking beat you up. And don't think I won't."
Is it OK for a company to fire someone solely because he is gay? U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger of North Carolna thinks so. It’s one of “the freedoms we enjoy” as Americans, he says. Private employers should have the freedom to discriminate against employees based on their sexual orientation, Pittenger says, and government shouldn’t take that ability away.
Does anyone remember the DL poster whose female co-worker was pretending to be in a relationship with Nick? That was so funny.
Britain gave us the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, The Who, etc.. What about the USA? Based more on merit than personal taste..
Liposarcoma is a tumour that arises in fat cells in soft tissue such as muscle, fat or joint tissue. It makes up less than 1% of diagnosed adult cancers. The cause of the type of cancer is not known. Dr. Malcolm Moore, head of medical oncology and hematology at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, said the mayor’s type of cancer arises from fatty tissues, which is uncommon. “The treatment for sarcoma is quite different,” he told reporters. Why would he have cancer in his fat?
The St Louis Rams have cut Michael Sam.
And here''s the proof -\ \ Andy calls Mark his Daddy!
Kelly Ripa, stuck home with 10,000 kids
Watching a cable show on Amish who left - most are young men, and a couple of them are hot to death. I''m sure they are straight but I wonder if any DLers have had any experience sexually with Amish men?
Well, it is.
How do you console those close to you when they are grieving? I personally believe that when you die, you die. Game over. No heaven. No hell. No reincarnation. You cease to exist. I find a certain peace and comfort in that, but understand that most people find that horrifying. My mother's brother just died two days ago, and I want to be there for her. But she is deeply religious, and now is not the time for philosophical debates on my lack of belief in God or an afterlife. Now it is just time to be there for my mom. But I also don't want to sit and spout about "seeing him again some day" when I don't actually believe that. Grrr. Suggestions?
I was after this guy I thought was hot, but he was playing hard to get. So one day I bluntly said, "I want your cock so bad." To him. He replied, "Why do you want to suck my dick so bad? What is your need? You do it and what then?" I was taken aback. For once I wondered what compels me to want to do this thing to him. What makes me want to perform oral sex on men? Certainly to pleasure them and make them orgasm. That's the objective, but WHY? So I get him off. Once I've sucked it, what then?
If those two kids can't make it in this crazy world, what chance do the rest of us have ?
Adrian beat another 4-year old son from another mother. The kid was in a car seat when it happened. He was supposedly swearing at his sibling. NFL players are lethal weapons. They shouldn't be allowed to hit anyone off the field. One would think they would get their aggression out on the violent football field.
I like mine extra thick and juicy, rare in the middle.
Okay, the show needs overhauling. I've been reading a lot of viewer reactions, and what they want to see for the new season. The biggest: they want Jonathan Groff and his character taking a back seat. They want Russell Tovey's character to become the main focus. Groff is taking a hit for making his character even more unlikable than he's already written.
Here's your chance! (Well, sorta.)
We all agree that the Catholic leadership is wrong and hateful in its treatment of gay people, and the overgrown Catholic school bullies involved in the attack are monstrous creeps of the highest order. However, some of you can't quite read past the word "Catholic" without conflating every person who's ever been sprinkled with holy water by a closeted gay man in a dress with bible-thumping Christofascists who live every single moment in mindless service to the Pope and his united army of followers. This is the thread for you guys. Have at it, and please stop derailing the serious threads that are for disseminating factual information and details on the investigation into a shocking attack on two gay men in a large, liberal city. You can post all you want about how Catholic schools are indoctrination centers where gay-bashing is taught along side bible study (as if!) and abortion-clinic-bombing 101. TIA.
What level are you on? Let's visit each other's towns and whack each other's snakes.
Ready to be poisoned: Seven decades after Margot Wölk was forced into life at Hitler’s bunker, she has told her full story Every meal could have been her last. And when she had finished eating the bland vegetarian dishes put before her, 25-year-old Margot Wölk and her young female colleagues would burst into tears and “cry like dogs” because they were grateful still to be alive. Margot Wölk was no Nazi, but she was one of 15 young women who were employed at Adolf Hitler’s heavily guarded Prussian “Wolf’s Lair” headquarters during the Second World War. Her job was to taste the Nazi leader’s food before it reached his lips, to make sure it wasn’t poisoned. She was the only one to survive. All her colleagues were rounded up and shot by the advancing Red Army in January 1945. Now a frail 96-year-old widow, Margot Wölk has overcome feelings of shame and broken decades of silence about her time as Hitler’s food taster to tell her story to German television. “The food was always vegetarian,” she told Berlin’s RBB television channel, for a programme about her harrowing and sometimes horrific experiences, which was aired on Tuesday. “There were constant rumours that the British were out to poison Hitler. He never ate meat. We were given rice, noodles, peppers, peas and cauliflower,” she recalled. But she added: “Some of the girls started to shed tears as they began eating because they were so afraid. We had to eat it all up. Then we had to wait an hour, and every time we were frightened that we were going to be ill. We used to cry like dogs because we were so glad to have survived.”
Have you been to both in Brooklyn? Are the doughnuts identical? I love moist cak.
Two men attacked by a dozen men and women last week. Police have released surveillance video of the attackers captured after the assault. Start sharing this because we need to catch these monsters.
…From the United Kingdom?
Dress shirts, t-shirts, wifebeaters, jackets, whatever. For the nitpickers, don't shit over someone's post if you don't happen to like it for whatever reason. Just move on! Other than that, let the hotness begin!
They begin in a few days in London, and I have four tickets. I'm so excited about it. Are there any other DLers going?
Just saw him at Real Food Daily in Santa Monica. He was with a very brainy looking brunette, his girlfriend (they pecked a tiny bit as they were leaving). He's not that tall. But he was very polite and friendly to the waitress.
I want to see the gay porn star hook up with someone on the boat.
What will be uncovered?
Since the other threads are closed, here's a new one!
So many of the hot porn websites have seen their day and become boring. What's new? What's hot? What's cutting edge? Are they any webcams you would recommend?
By request. Please share books, movies, magazines, music, personal experiences, big or small, that were meaningful.
Watch what happens in this thread.
From band of brothers and Covert Affairs. Hot and hairy hunk!
would you insist that he go around naked all the time? especially when you'd get back home from work?
So as to clean-up the Philly gay bashing thread. Discuss your opinions about the religion here.
And will "try" not to leave marks on her. What a loving, thoughtful father/fucker he is! I'm sure the Kimmy K, c-worded queen is thanking her lucky stars! In trying to defend Adrian Peterson, Reggie Bush outs himself as an actual, de facto NFL, cunty, child-beating felon! How often do NFL players actually talk about themselves as if the lesser of two evils is actually comes true? [quote]'I have a one-year-old daughter, and I discipline her,' he said during the interview. 'I definitely will try to — will obviously not leave bruises or anything like that on her. But I definitely will discipline her harshly depending on what the situation is.' In other words, you'll be sure not to leave marks depending on law enforcement pursuits, right? [quote]Reggie Bush is the latest athlete to come to the defense of Adrian Peterson in the wake of his indictment on child abuse charges last week, saying he will discipline his own daughter in the same manner Peterson disciplined his son. [quote]Appearing today on the Boomer & Carton show, the 29-year-old Detroit Lions running back said Peterson should never have been suspended from league play after getting in trouble for beating his son with a switch. [quote]He then defended similar treatment for his ONE YEAR OLD INFANT: [quote]He then added that if his daughter behaved inappropriately, she too would receive a punishment similar to the one Peterson gave his son. [quote]Too much?: Bush said he would be sure not to hit his daughter Briseis (left with mother Lilit Avagyan, right with Bush) so hard that she was left bruised like Peterson's son Bush's daughter Briseis is just one-year-old. [quote]'I have a one-year-old daughter, and I discipline her,' he said during the interview. 'I definitely will try to — will obviously not leave bruises or anything like that on her. But I definitely will discipline her harshly depending on what the situation is.' [quote]According to CBS 2 New York, Bush, who used to date Kim Kardashian, was then asked if he would ever hit his daughter with a switch, to which he responded, 'I would possibly consider it, depending on what she did.' [quote]Bush chalked up his opinion on the subject to the fact that he was disciplined in the same way as Peterson's son when he was younger. [quote]This weekend, former NBA star Charles Barkley also defended Peterson, saying the type of punishment the NFL star doled out is common among 'black parents in the South.' [quote]It's so good that he will try to disguise the abuse such a big man as he shovels harsh and in his mind, hopefully unforgettable abuse, upon a poor ONE year old. Please tell me how the black community is trying to explain this shit away?! [quote]Barkley: Every black parent in the south whips their kids [quote]One person who is not coming to Peterson's defense however, is Minnesota Vikings Hall of Fame quarterback Fran Tarkenton, who said earlier today he is 'embarrassed' by his former team's decision to allow Peterson back on the field this weekend. [quote]'These are serious accusations,' he told Fox News. 'And the only way you’re going to get the attention of an NFL player is to take away his paycheck and take him off the field. This is way above winning or losing a football game. I strongly disagree with the notion of playing him this week.' [quote]Former Viking Cris Carter also said that he felt Peterson should not be playing when he appeared on NFL Sunday this weekend. [quote]This all stems from an incident last May when Peterson hit his four-year-old son so hard the child was left with bruises and open wounds. Peterson faces up to two years in prison and a $10,000 fine if found guilty.
Stay classy, Missouri!
I had a couple of odd experiences this past week when I drank tea (PG Tipps) in the morning. Last Wednesday, I brewed a cup and rignt after drinking it a nausea welled up in my stomach. It happened so quickly that I still had the cup in my hand when I threw up. I thought that I might have made it too stout or drank it too fast. This morning I had another cup (first one since) and was careful not to let the bag steep too much and drank it slowly. I had the same reaction. From beginning to end it was less than two minutes. I normally don't drink much caffeine, but beyond getting a bit agitated, I've never had reactions to it even when I drank coffee on a regular basis. I've had the box for about seven or eight months and it's about half full. Strange...
Who is your favorite go-to for fast food chicken? For me, it's Popeyes. Their chicken is always crunchy and flavorful, and their biscuits are to die for!
Why the fuck aren't I married to this man? Who let him out of bed long enough to practice law, let alone get elected???
I assume that people appear on reality shows want to have entertainment careers because of all the attention they get. Who has gone on to success? Elisabeth Hasselbeck is one. There's a woman who appeared on America's Top Model whom I see in bit roles in movies. Anyone else?
Hot and slutty!
Yeah, it's "lesbian drama". And the letters are a bit "MARY!" at times. But you really feel for these two - makes one wish they had 'fuck this shit' and escaped to France to live a Gertrude-and-Alice life together.
Because the other inexplicably "does not exist" anymore. Fucking Granny G! I know it was you, you rancid old twat!
Urban Outfitters has stooped to a new low in their attempt to appeal to kitschy tongue in cheek hipsters and frat boys who let their shirts do their talking because they were born without personalities. They recently offered up a Kent State sweatshirt which looks like blood is spattered all over it. You don’t have to run a CSNY fan page on Facebook to get the reference. This keeps with Urban Outfitter’s tradition of offering up shitty puns and juxtapositions on their clothing. It’s one thing to sell a five dollar T shirt for thirty bucks because it says “Suck My Footlong” with a picture of a sandwich. It’s another to intertwine your bullshit company with one of America’s national tragedies. Kent State was not amused: “This item is beyond poor taste and trivializes a loss of life that still hurts the Kent State community today.” To be fair, Kent State could actually do something important so maybe people can get over the dead students from forty-five years ago. Maybe they can buy one of those God particle laboratories and accidentally blow up the universe or something. Urban Outfitters was quick to respond to the outrage, or not so quick if you consider they had a pre-prepared statement in the hip pocket and all they had to do was unfold it: “Urban Outfitters sincerely apologizes for any offense our Vintage Kent State Sweatshirt may have caused. It was never our intention to allude to the tragic events that took place at Kent State in 1970 and we are extremely saddened that this item was perceived as such… There is no blood on this shirt nor has this item been altered in any way. The red stains are discoloration from the original shade of the shirt and the holes are from natural wear and fray.” That’s not really even a decent attempt at a lie. I hope someone pipe bombs Urban Outfitters corporate headquarters, takes a photo of the debris and rubble, and laminates it on a shirt that says “Urban Outfitters Is The Bomb”. It would be nice if nobody died during the bombing so I can live with myself. Charge one-hundred bucks for the shirt and hipsters will instinctively start forming a line.
The trailer is out! And it looks like Jimmy is finally getting some vagine. But still no phallic entertainment on the horizon for Thomas. Bloody bollocks! Even the poor sodomites need companionship in this post-War era! Isobel, could you ring us up some tea, dear?
Glitter stickers on her nipples, pills hot-glued to some cheap sunglasses and hair that hasn't been washed in two weeks. That's our Miley!
Twin 21-year-old brothers recorded the moment they both came out as gay to their parents. Here's the surprising conversation that followed:
WTF is it with people responding to my ads asking if I'm willing to trade? Is Craigslist a bartering website or some shit & I just didn't know about it? The only thing I'm willing to trade my shit for is DOLLAR BILLS. Sick of it!
NO, this is not a hate racist question. I just want to know why they ALL pick and choose black men. It's rather odd, don't you think? Is there some sort of racial undertone going on with them?
Having a dinner party for 12 in a week and not sure what to make. I'm a passable cook and I'd like to not use the oven since it will be hot in my apartment already. Thoughts?
They appear oddly codependent. Are they a couple?
[bold]KNOCK IT OFF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!![/bold]
Croc say: รสชาติเหมือนไก่! [quote]An elderly woman committed suicide by jumping into a pond full of crocodiles, it has been reported. Wanpen Inyai, 65, was torn apart after apparently throwing herself into a pit with more than 1,000 crocodiles at a zoo in Bangkok, Thailand. [quote]A disturbing picture was posted online reportedly showing a crocodile approaching her moments before she was attacked. [quote]Police said they arrived at the scene to find zoo keepers and staff desperately trying to ward off dozens of reptiles which were feasting on her body. [quote]Her sister Sunan Tharmna said Wanpen was depressed and had not spoken to anyone for several days before her death on Friday. [quote]Her family tried to file a missing person's report that day, but were told to wait 24 hours by Rom Klao police as required by law. [quote]CCTV footage reportedly shows her leaving her shoes on a walkway before jumping into the pit at the Samut Prakarn Crocodile Farm & Zoo, it was reported by the Bangkok Post. [quote]Officers said they were able to identify after finding her healthcare card floating on the surface of the water. This was later confirmed by DNA tests. [quote]Farm owner Uthen Youngprapakorn said staff had already installed extra fences and security measures along the walkway which the woman jumped from. [quote]He described her death as a 'force majeure' and expressed condolences to her family. [quote]Founded in 1950, Samut Prakarn Crocodile Farm & Zoo describes itself as the world's largest crocodile farm. Its website says it has more than 100,000 crocodiles over 300 acres and was created to help safeguard the animals from extinction.
Anyone care to admit to this? Enough with the PC "versatile" bullshit!
Did anyone watch it? What did you think of the episode? What did you think of Peter Capaldi as the new doctor?
Dementia? Heart? Back problems? What is it and is she really in bad shape?
Please keep it real, and NO dissing other posters. That is all. Thank you.
It's like the other thread, minus the pointless, irrelevant and boring female celebrity gossip. I'll start: Christian Slater. His gay/bi side only ever comes out when he's completely sloshed or wasted, but when it does, he likes young brunettes that look almost identical to him in "The Name of the Rose." He kept leaving the biggest tips of life to my baby-faced friend who was a bartender at Los Globos in Silver Lake. He has not aged well.
Detroit is dying. Why not turn it into Hong Kong on the Great Lakes? End all state and federal taxes and regulations. Allow any company to relocate. Allow anyone to buy property with zero taxes for 20 years. Create a "FTZ" (free trade zone) where anything goes. If the US Government did this it would become the most prosperous city-state in a matter of months. Companies would beg to relocate. People would move in droves. So, why not allow them to be great?
Olive Garden's sales are down, and an activist investor in the restaurant believes the pasta is partly to blame. The Italian-restaurant chain supposedly breaks a basic rule of Italian cooking — salting the pasta water. "Shockingly, Olive Garden no longer salts the water it uses to boil the pasta, merely to get a longer warranty on its pots," Starboard writes in its 300-slide presentation. "This appalling decision shows just how little regard management has for delivering a quality experience to guests." We reached out to Olive Garden for comment but haven't heard back. The company's website confirms that the pasta contains a negligible amount of sodium until you add sauce or meat. This Starboard slide points out that "the first step of Pasta 101 is to salt the water." Competitors like Carrabbas add salt to the water, with better-tasting results, Starboard claims. According to Smithsonian Magazine, adding salt to the water gives the pasta a better flavor. "Do as Mario Batali does and salt the water until it 'tastes like the sea,'" the magazine instructs. Starboard believes that Olive Garden should focus on offering authentic Italian cuisine. The brand's new menu items this year have included Spanish tapas and a burger.
There is a local family owned pharmacy near here that advertises they don't have quotas like chain drug stores do. What does that mean? What kind of quotas?
My mechanic helped me out of a warranty jam on a car I bought and saved me hundreds. I want to give him a thank you gift, but not sure what. A bottle of booze maybe?
This is awesome. Plus, he goes after dirtbag Sean Hannity (who made a bizarre comment using homophobia to defend Adrian Peterson)
Fiorello! She Loves Me The Most Happy Fella (that [italic]I Love Lucy[/italic] episode doesn't count) Promises, Promises
The Broadway actor and husband of Marin Mazzie just posted this on Facebook. Who is he talking about? "I had to unfriend someone on an "ethics" and "morals" charge who, at one time, I considered a friend. I cannot say who or why. I can say if you are a giant f'ing prick to someone you profess to love because you are basically "trading up" to another person, I hope they are prepared for you to f them too because who can trust an emotionally abusive mother like you? auf Wiedersehen, man."
I've been coming here for awhile, but rarely post, but need some advice.%0D %0D %0D A very good friend, who is gay, is getting married and asked me to be his best man. That's cool and I'm looking forward to it. I've been a best man before to straight guys and the job is pretty easy, throw a bachelor party, make sure he gets to the ceremony on time and give a toast. %0D %0D I'm concerned about the bachelor party part. Most straight guy bachelor parties that I've thrown or been invited to involved, at some point, strippers or whores. %0D %0D All of my friend's friends are straight guys, but he's gay. If I'm going to get whores for his party, it would be rude to get female whores, right? But, to get guy whores for a bachelor party, where 90% of the guys are straight, would be kind of awkward, right? %0D %0D What's the best thing to do? I want to do an all day thing like I've done with other bachelor parties. Golf, poker, whores, then go out to a club. %0D %0D What should I do? %0D %0D %0D Oh, and since I know you guys have to haze me. Yes I'm straight. I'm 27 and engaged. My dick is 6 inches and cut. I'm a moderate democrat. The only time I engaged in gay sex was when I was 6 and my friend and I touched our dicks together. No, I will not post a picture. I can't think of anything else.%0D %0D Thanks in advance for your help with this.
Roy & Dale
Every episode is on YouTube, and they are SO SEAMY. Back when e! wasn't all Kardashian all the time...
What are your thoughts on him?
Pharrell Williams has again reiterated his belief that the controversy surrounding “Blurred Lines” was overblown. Speaking about last year’s collaborative track with Robin Thicke, the “Happy” singer dismissed denigration of the song, which was widely criticised for objectifying women and trivialising sexual violence. “I’m not surprised because it’s the way that media works,” he told Stylist. “My point to you is, anything can be taken out of context and even though there were models that were topless and there… I’m sorry, read the lyrics… I’m talking about the portion that I wrote, I’m not talking about TI’s rap.” That would be the rap including the lyrics "Nothing like your last guy, he too square for you/ He don't smack that ass and pull your hair like that". But Pharrell, 41, said he didn’t regret his involvement: “If you know anything about me, and my career, you know how I love women, and the last thing I want to do is degrade.”
Most gay porn is so vanilla. Lousy camera angles, boring models, no sensuality. The worst is when it's 20 minutes of passionless banging and asshole closeups. Oral cumshots are extremely rare. Straight porn actually shows of the girls, and the girls act just so much more into it.
These guys really think they are straight?!
Who likes the slightly saggy look of a hot daddy ass? Let's post pics!
They said it wouldn't last. Bitches, we had to prove them wrong!
Do they only hire white people under 25? Seriously. Wondering if the company owners are racist and ageist.
Hi. This weekend, Hallmark Channel begins its Countdown to Christmas. It runs all through November and December. I'm so excited.
So fucking hot
Didn't he get into trouble of some kind?
Fuck! How can they not make sure that no dirt gets in there or bits of almond shell? Fortunately, it's one of the back teeth and I have dental insurance. What a drag.
Out TV/Radio personality Clay Cane is hot with dreds...
Years ago I gave up correcting those of you who called the US a Democracy. Or worse those of you who like to pretend a Republic is a 'type of democracy'. This piece is on our failed Republic. He takes on Pelosi, whom I despise.
The world is abuzz with news that actor Laverne Cox has become the first transgender person to appear on the cover of Time magazine. If I understand the current state of the ever-shifting ethic and rhetoric of transgenderism, that is not quite true: Bradley Manning, whom we are expected now to call Chelsea, beat Cox to the punch by some time. Manning’s announcement of his intention to begin living his life as a woman and to undergo so-called sex-reassignment surgery came after Time’s story, but, given that we are expected to defer to all subjective experience in the matter of gender identity, it could not possibly be the case that Manning is a transgendered person today but was not at the time of the Time cover simply because Time was unaware of the fact, unless the issuance of a press release is now a critical step in the evolutionary process. As I wrote at the time of the Manning announcement, Bradley Manning is not a woman. Neither is Laverne Cox.
Olympic diver Tom Daley has made his modelling debut for sportswear giant Adidas. The British diving champion has made a splash as a playful fashion model and launched a new teen clothing range with Adidas. The collection is a line of basics: including jeans, tees, socks and hoodies aimed at 14-19 year olds. As the UK ambassador of Adidas NEO label, the 20-year-old sportsman, who recently came out and is dating screenwriter Dustin Lance Black, posed wearing the latest autumn/winter collection in different iconic locations across the capital, including Westminster Bridge, the Houses of Parliament, Southbank and Shoreditch.
Do you have problems watching the viral videos of unfaked violence that have been circulating on the web- i.e. the ISIS beheadings? If so, where do you draw the line between what is acceptable to watch and what crosses the line? For myself (not a horror fan per se), I don't have any issues at all watching the goriest fictional violence, but the real stuff (even the Ray Rice punching video) would make me sad and disturbed.
After swearing he wouldn't play another superhero Keaton is back as the Protector of the Skies!
Even this site which usually talks about how great Gaga's BS music videos are is calling her out on her popularity decline. Her attempt at jazz is a failure.
Or something. He just needs to get his legs in the air. He can keep the pout.
Let's say the person was 35 or younger.
I loved this ride when I was a kid. Link goes to Cocksucker Jay Penske's Variety.
I gotta go with "Party All the Time" It's a musical abortion
This may be the [italic]last[/italic] basic-cable network to ever get with the current times. (Well, Hallmark is current when it comes to pricing merchandise.) I watch Hallmark Channel for reruns of [italic]The Golden Girls[/italic], [italic]Frasier[/italic], and [italic]Cheers[/italic]. Advertisements have already hit for the 2014 "Countdown to Christmas," a two-month marathon of movies which begins Friday, October 31, 2014. The following site has a list of the 12 new movies. Not one of them has a lead who isn't white. Take a look at the list, please, and answer the following: [bold]Is Hallmark more of touch and even whiter than the Republican Party?[/italic]
the NFL suspended him indefinitely as well
...but I thing I most hoped President Obama would be able to avoid during his Presidency, has finally happened. A white child has asked to touch his hair.
Did nsomebody give Marshmallow Fluff and Now and Laters as a gift again? Link is to Gawker.
Is there anything hotter?
Mary Ann and Ginger were also integral parts of a talent-packed cast where every character played a major role, even though they weren't originally supposed to be on the show. Neither woman was a character in the original "Gilligan's Island" pilot, which instead featured two secretaries, Ginger and Bunny (and a high-school teacher instead of the Professor). Video:
The only non-Philly news source I can find is in the Washington Post, posted just two hours ago....maybe within the next 24 HRS it will go national. It's the twitter angle that's attracting attention.
Still no homo.
A Colombian women's cycling team said they would not stop wearing flesh-colored uniforms that earned them criticism from the International Cycling Union president. The cyclists gave a news conference in the capital Bogota wearing the uniforms which have a flesh-colored section between stomach and thighs. "I've already said that I designed the uniform and as an athlete, as a woman, as the cyclist that I am, I wouldn't be ashamed with this kind of design," said Angie Rojas, one of the team members. The president of the International Cycling Union (UCI), Brian Cookson, said the uniforms were "unacceptable by any standard of decency." The uniforms were worn by the IDRD-Bogota Humana-San Mateo-Solgar riders at the Tour of Tuscany in Italy over the weekend. Australian police make terror arrests 18 Sep 2014 They have led to online comments such as “Colombia's women's cycling jerseys are unintentionally vagina-like” and “Worst Uniform Ever!”. It is unclear if the six-woman team was intending to wear a similar uniform next week while representing Colombia at the road world championships in Ponferrada, Spain. Pictures of the team shared on social media prompted Cookson's response.
As Hollywood's biggest male movie stars start to slide towards retirement, who's ready to take their place? I'm not sure what happened between the high point of Brad Pitt and Clooney's fame and this Young Hollywood-ruled free-for-all. My favorite male stars are aging. And no one -- and I mean NO ONE -- is there to replace them.
Lingerie brand Tezenis has removed a piece of underwear from a range on sale in its British store after receiving a backlash of criticism over the phrase ‘crime scene’ printed across them. The latest clothing gaffe saw social media users deriding the apparent “rape” connotations over the phrase on the knickers, which were on display at the brand’s Oxford Street store in London. The knickers were initially spotted by Twitter user Rhiainj and posted by her friend Natasha O’Neill, who described them as “disgusting”, while another condemned them as “gross, sexist, and nasty”. Other users criticised what they described as the implication of sexual violence evident in the words crime scene, with one writing: “I think the implication is rape, isn’t it?”
He didn't even mention Gone Girl. Was it just to promote his wedding? I enjoyed how the son passed out oranges at the ceremony. Uncle Simon must be so proud.
Debra Messing is slimmed-down and ready for a new hit show!
Does anyone think this is Madonna's best single? The video (directed by David Fincher) is great, too.
You'd think after being in a movie with Julie Andrews, she'd have been willing to let them use her name and life, considering how close she and Gertrude Lawrence were.
Maureen O’Hara, born 1920, red-haired stunner of ’40s and ’50s films — “The Quiet Man,” “How Green Was My Valley” — lived in Ireland, St. Croix with guests like co-star John Wayne, had pots of money. Also had a rep as “a tough bird” and now lives in Idaho. Maureen will receive this year’s Honorary Oscar.
I recently saw one of these statuettes at a garage sale and remembered how ubiquitous they were in the 70s. I hadn't thought about them in years and have no desire to ever see one again. No fond memories, no nostalgia. So even though we're glad they're gone, let's remind each other of things from the past most people have forgotten.
Joan, Barbra. Who's next? What was the issue? Leno hated them?
Please share your cheap and easy everyday meal ideas.
Or will she just sell that pile of bricks and tell the Scots to get fucked.
I've never come across a human being without a single redeeming quality. Luka Magnotta is trash. Pure and simple. And he's really freakish looking. I think what he did to that international student was terrible. I'm glad he's locked up.
Now this was different. I really enjoyed it. There's a summary here in case you're curious. For those who have seen it (it's on Netflix, btw), would you agree that the storyline was different from most gay films out there? It really didn't go in the direction I thought it was going go. This was all due to seeing so many gay films, great ones, but not all with stories that were unpredictable. I labeled those films great based on direction, acting, and character creation. Not usually storyline as a whole. Anyway, feedback?
This man is HOT and has been in soooo many gay porn vids. But now he is married to an escort who is six months pregnant. And they're starring in a foot fetish porn vid, featuring the little porn prince. Ooooh or ewww? Oh well, at least they're keeping the family legacy going!
I feel like the 90's were rife with great indie films in the $5 million - $25 million range (roughly). Now, anything artistic is on TV. That's fine I guess, but I really miss going to see great indie dramas, horror, and comedies. I'm not really one to sit and watch a whole TV series at home. Is independent film dead? Do you think it'll make a comeback at some point?
Here we go -- again!
No more chat rooms at gay.com From now on guys will only be able to chat one-on-one. Like or dislike?
Janet Jackson's 4th studio album was released 24 years ago today. It would go on to become the biggest selling album of 1990, the first album to spawn 7 top 5 Hot 100 singles which included #1s in 3 separate calendar years, and it made Janet the artist with the most succuessful debut tour, a record she still holds. The album's topics of various societal ills such as bigotry, homelessness and violence against children are just as relevant today as they were when it was released, and the influence of its Broadway-esque, intricately-choreographed music videos still live in the works of the new crop of pop stars.
She''s stepping into "The Addams Family" later this month. But I don''t think there''s been a thread on her. She''s had one of the more interesting careers.%0D\ %0D\ But you have to admit that she improved acting wise as she got older. People who saw her in Chicago said she was magnificent.
Ten days ago I adopted a 14 year old cat that had been almost exclusively an outdoor dweller. The corner property and yard that she used to live at is being razed and developed into a McMansion (not joking) and she's also getting older so the owners thought living outside isn't such a good idea anymore. Thing is she's very tough to keep indoors. She's been with me for 10 days now. She's a super-sweet, agreeable cat (she got complimented for her attitude while getting chipped at the vet's), but it's obvious she wants out. She paces from window to window, meows while sitting at them, and bolts to the doors if someone is near them. She's escaped twice and it hasn't been too hard to get her back in. Nonetheless, it worries me since it's a new property. She's a perfect little kitty in every other way. Barely sheds, uses the litter box consistently and neatly, affectionate, huge kneader. I'm afraid she's distressed by being kept in. Any DLers have suggestions, tips to ease her transition?
#1 - Cillian Murphy
An HIV poz bottom posts videos of gay men smoking and shooting METH on his blog called "Meth Whore"
Discuss World Cup eye candy and other matters here.
According to Stevie Nicks & Mojo magazine, he didn't want Christine McVie to return to Fleetwood Mac for their current tour, saying she'd "burned her bridges" and "she can't just come and go." When Mojo magazine recently did a retrospective on "Rumors", he asked them not to use a photo of the band that included Christine on the cover. Stevie: "Much as Lindsey adores her - and he does; she's the only one in Fleetwood Mac he was ever willing to listen to - he doesn't want the first night reviews to be all about Christine's one song." I think he's just jealous because while he's a great producer, McVie and Nicks were and are better songwriters than he is.
Hot butch daddy.
The Kelly McGillis thread has me thinking. I came out in the 80''s and it seems that almost every gay rumor around in the 80''s and 90''s have been substantiated. \ \ Let''s list the rumors and those that have been confirmed: \ \ Kelly McGillis\ \ Jodi Foster\ \ George Michael \ \ Lead singer of Judas Priest\ \ Queen Latifah
He was the star of most of those Ray Harryhausen special effects movies ("The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad," "The Three Worlds of Gulliver," etc.) and did some other TV and movie work. Kind of hot, and definitely one of us. [quote]He retired from acting in 1978 and moved to San Francisco, where he ran a clothing and antiques shop. He died in his sleep in San Francisco on July 5, 2007 at the age of 81. He was survived by his partner of 46 years, Tom Nicoll.
You're telling me it's a tragedy she's no longer alive?? She was held together by the end only by a mixture of gum, spit, and baling wire. Look at what a mess she was.
Take the poll: Which is the greatest Sumerian actress?
Best: "Yes, We Have No Havanas" Blanche and Sofia compete for Fidel Santiago\ \ Worst (not including the Rita Moreno episode because that was a spinoff): Rose''s blind sister comes to visit
I've been watching a few and it's part charming (Lucy and her kids have a certain appeal) and part excruciating (Lucy's overbearing ham-acting character are embarrassing to see.) But I welcome the opportunity to see her in gloriously overlit color, and the parade of guest stars is a time capsule in itself.
Bill Hader's adult character reconnects with a gay teacher that he had a fling with when he was 15. Is the teacher a pedophile?
Is that all the people we think are gay who vehemently deny it....well, they are really gay.
It was this video that made me just give up pretending I could ever, ever be straight. After seeing this, I had no choice but to embrace the gay. God, he was so fucking hot.
Because the first thread was full. I find the new Verizon commercial loathsome. A mother and daughter are lamenting that the daughter is moving out. They are crying so much (and so dreadfully artificially) that there are subtitles. How do advertisers not understand such a commercial is so repulsive?
What does that mean? Some are on the bottom like normal.
Kanye West allegedly pulled a real Joe Biden at a performance in Melbourne last night when he threatened to stop a performance if a wheelchair-bound fan—whoops!—didn't stand up. According to the Daily Mail, a concertgoer said Kanye announced he couldn't perform a particular song unless everyone was standing, adding, "Unless you got a handicap pass and you get special parking and shit." In this instance, Kanye reportedly moved on when the audience member he was waiting on waved a prosthetic limb in the air, confirming that he did, in fact, get special parking and shit. But this wasn't the only case of accidentally-asking-a-wheelchair-bound-fan-to-stand Kanye experienced last night—later, the Daily Mail reports Kanye sent his bodyguard to make sure a seated audience member was, in fact, handicapped: But when another fan remained seated, he stopped the song Good Life, saying, 'This is the longest I've had to wait to do a song, it's unbelievable,' before sending bodyguard Pascal Duvier into the arena to check whether the person was in fact in a wheelchair- which they were. 'The crowd was also yelling that he was in a wheelchair but he waited for Pascal's confirmation,' the witness said, while others said the crowd made 'wheelchair motions' to alert the singer to his mistake. Kanye continued with the performance after getting the confirmation, telling the wheelchair-bound fan that remaining seated was "fine." Phew! Luckily, as long as they're standing, Kanye has no problem performing to a crowd of people making wheelchair motions.
Do tell details and name names!
Finally Scarlett Johanssen is an actual STAR ! Of course, she can't act for shit.
...how would you rate the nut?
2016 DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY - NEW HAMPSHIRE September 8-11 (CNN/ORC POLL) CLINTON - 60% WARREN - 11% BIDEN - 8% SANDERS - 7% PATRICK - 4%
Michael answers questions filtered through his 13 year-old sister Janet from a reporter, as heard on PBS's BLANK ON BLANK series.
Now THIS is a Speedo.
Discuss! Btw I'm going to get the 6 with 64MB in space grey with a red leather case. Can't wait for the watch in early 2015! I know I know, but I'm a loyal customer and love their products. :)
The website says: There's nothing quite like the sexy, silly, naked, stupid bromances of the "Pad". It's a bunch of mostly-straight, ab-tastically hot, college-age guys living in an enormous fake-Tuscan mansion in Arizona. I don't believe they're straight.
New WGN period drama about the Manhattan Project. Starring sexy daddy (and openly gay) John Benjamin Hickey and one of the finest unsung actresses alive, Olivia Williams. Did any of you see it?
It's not in the medea and not on DL... does anyone else realize this? I've fucking tired!
This time it's from the St. Louis Cardinals. Violence is an epidemic with these assholes
I love this little sleeper club banger.
guys who shoot hard and far, guys who have massive loads.%0D\ %0D\ Let''s see.
three more consonants and a vowel please.
1. The midterm elections of 2014 2. Ebola 3. ISIS 4. NFL Scandals 5. Apple Watch [italic]You?[/italic]
Who will be involved, and what will the crime be?
"She was so gracious and nice, and made me feel like I was part of show business, which quite frankly I never feel like I am," he said on his show. "I'm really, really, really rocked by her death. It was a very upsetting time when I'd heard that she died." Photos of celebrities pay respects to Joan Rivers:
Hey guys! I just wanted some advice. I actually posted a while back about my sleaze bag company changing our position duties and cutting our pay. ( I am in sales).. I stuck it out. About 20% of the salesforce quit so far. And the numbers after all this are disastrous. So that is somewhat satisfying. Anyway, I am beyond burnt out, cannot sleep at night, and need a 4 week break. I have a year's salary saved up and could live on that for 12-16 months. But this is all I have and it was supposed to be a down payment for a house. I have also made all of my car payments (7 months ahead) and I am paid up through May 2015. My goal is to make it through Thanksgiving, quit this hellhole, and actually enjoy the holidays. And yes I know Jan-March will be next to impossible to find a job. These days, is it really suicide to NOT have a job when looking for another? America kind of blows that way. I really want a break. For the first time in my life I understand what burnt out means. It has really fucked with my confidence and outlook.
from towleroad Minnesota Police have released more photos of the man wanted in the murder earlier this month of his ex-boyfriend and former business associate. Lyle "Ty" Hoffman is the prime suspect in the killing of Kelly Phillips (right), an LGBT Minnesota activist and executive. Kelly-phillips-from-facebookSee the Minnesota Department of Public Safety website for more information and new photos of Hoffman. Meanwhile, thanks to many of Phillips' friends, the reward money offered by Crime Stoppers of Minnesota has increased to $10,000. One of those friends has pleaded for help in locating Hoffman: “The appeal I would make would be to the broader public. People don’t disappear in thin air, this execution happened at 8:40 in the morning along a busy interstate at a busy location. The car has been recovered, somebody knows something,” Tober said. “Our appeal is for people to be active, to be aware and to help.” Hoffman's sister has also asked for her brother to turn himself into police custody. Her message to him via an interview with FOX-9: "Turn yourself in. I can't imagine what Kelly's parents are going through -- family, friends. Please come forward. We're here to support you through it. We love you. We're family." According to the Star Tribune, Hoffman may be using apps to hide out. "...he may be relying on social media to find shelter while on the run. The Ramsey County Sheriff's Office released a 'wanted' poster Thursday that says 44-year-old Lyle 'Ty' Hoffman could be evading capture by using Craigslist and dating apps such as Grindr and Scruff." If you have any information about Hoffman's whereabouts, call 911 or Crime Stoppers of Minnesota's toll free number at 1 (800) 222-8477. local news vid at link
An Internet comment: " I am baffled by Kristin Chenoweth. I saw her years ago on stage, in her breakthrough part as Sally in a Broadway revival of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (the show was meh, but she was terrific - check out her "My New Philosophy"). At some point soon after that apex, the wickedly funny, intensely charismatic woman I saw was replaced with a shrill, treacly, botoxed god-botherer. She still has the pipes, when she chooses to use them, but everything else always seems a little off. What happened?" Good question. When did she turn into her GCB character?
He is (was?) considered the best-looking and sexiest Hollywood actor but he isn't classically handsome. What about his face and body is unusual?
Let's celebrate him as he goes today for a regular season rushing record, while the Vikings play their rivals the Packers.
The fucker deserved it.
...and said, "Holy fuck I LIKE that!" Post a link to one you've heard. I heard this on the way home today. I've heard of Joan Armatrading but never this song.
and like to upset the racist.
Does anyone remember Mike Tyson's Punch Out? I used to play that all the time.
In fact she married her wife in 2009 in a traditional Jewish ceremony under a chuppah Why don't we talk about that more on DL?
Will any of you DLers be there?
Because she had the nerve to intern at Planned Parenthood.
The whole thing is free on iTunes now, so I figured what the fuck? I'm really surprised at how good it is. I know Bono gets a lot of hate here, but is anyone else listening?
Some guy posted a video a couple of days ago inspecting the folds of a supermarket rotisserie chicken, showing weird raw parts and live, crawling maggots within a wing! Hear a woman scream in horror at this discover at the 1 minute mark of the video.
Can we all agree it's mostly overweight redneck breeders who wear them?
Oh my, my, my, I do believe I have a case of The Vapors.
An invitation from Barbra Streisand to record a duet is still the closest thing in pop to a royal summons. Her newest duets album, “Partners” (Columbia), with its blurred edges and pastel shades, is even mistier, gauzier and more texturally diffuse than such confections as “Guilty.” The instrumentation and the vocal tracks are so processed in pursuit of a high-gloss perfection that any sense of two people standing side by side and singing their hearts out is lost. Some cuts are so swamped in echo that Ms. Streisand’s male partners, especially John Mayer on “Come Rain or Come Shine,” Billy Joel in “New York State of Mind,” Josh Groban on “Somewhere” and John Legend on “What Kind of Fool” are only semi-recognizable. “New York State of Mind,” in particular, is an exercise in bombastic excess that smothers the song. The only distinctive element of the Mayer duet is a stunted little guitar solo. Ms. Streisand’s voice has noticeably diminished in size, but its signature quality, an ingrained sob, still exerts its pull. The choppy calls and responses between Ms. Streisand and her partners, however, lack conversational or narrative flow, and you have an uncomfortable sense that the parts were spliced together after the fact. Andrea Bocelli (“I Still Can See Your Face”), surprisingly, is a vocal mismatch. So is Blake Shelton (“I’d Want It to Be You”). A beyond-the-grave duet with Elvis Presley on “Love Me Tender” is a crass commercial stunt that should have been omitted. More listenable is the duet with Lionel Richie, “The Way We Were.” But in general, remakes of songs Ms. Streisand has recorded before are inferior to the originals. Only once, on a moderately swinging rendition of “It Had to Be You,” with Michael Bublé, is there a suggestion of ease and naturalness and genuine enjoyment. The most touching cut is the mother-son duet, “How Deep Is the Ocean,” by Ms. Streisand with Jason Gould. She knows what she’s singing about and really feels it.
So called "straight" Matt first tells gay Will that he is beautiful. Then after the cast gets drunk Matt is caught kissing Will but swears he isn't gay.
Duck toed is bad enough but this hottie is so pigeon toed it would make you cry.
I know there's handful of us here on DL who watch.
In the Brad Pitt Unusual Features thread someone wrote, "I love his nose and his lips, his tawny smooth skin. He is one of the only white boys I used to think about fucking. His ass is pretty fine. He is a yellow bone." I've heard/read the terms "yellow bone" and "red bone" used before, but what do they mean? What is "bone" in this context? Thanks in advance.
My friends call me "Pally." My maid calls me "Joan." And YOU can call me anything....but box office poison. Any questions? I've got some time to kill before my ungrateful brat comes home from boarding school....
So I finally got around to seeing two of the John Hughes teen film classics that '80s teens always rave about (Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles), and while entertaining, I was surprised at the strain of casual homophobia prevalent throughout the films. Use of words fag, queer or gay by the main characters are supposed to be funny har-har gags.. I guess that must have been a sign of the times. Mean-spirited homophobic humor definitely was not so common or tolerated in teen movies in the 00s and 10s. Was it your experience in the '80s that anti-gay attitudes and humor was the norm? Did you go to high school in that era and was this attitude common? The '80s seemed like a mean-spirited time for gay people, or really anybody who was "different." It seems like it wasn't until the late '90s that attitudes about gay people (amongst teens at least) started to change.
Sally O'Malley really IS fifty years old!
There are a whole slew of women at Motown who had multiple hits, more so than other women at other labels who did become solo stars. So why didn't more women emerge as solo stars from Motown? We have: 1) Diana Ross 2) Gladys Knight 3) Teena Marie 4) Mary Wells The Marvelettes had many hits with their two lead singers. Martha Reeves has an entire catalogue with and without the Vandellas. Even Jean Terrell and Mary Wilson sang lead on major Supremes hits (Stoned Love, Floy Joy). Tammi Terrell never made it as a solo, nor did Syreeta, Chris Clarke,Hattie Little, Liz Lands, Barbara Randolph, Barbara McNair, or Kim Weston. They all made great music. Why are the ones that are still living not major stars?
Let the fear-mongering and hysteria begin on Fox News.
Singer Patti LaBelle takes stand in civil trial By Amanda Orr HOUSTON Wed Sep 17, 2014 7:22pm EDT (Reuters) - Singer Patti LaBelle took the stand on Wednesday in a federal civil trial and denied telling her 400-pound bodyguard to attack a man standing too close to her luggage at the Houston airport in March 2011. The man, former West Point cadet Richard King, has sued LaBelle, her son, the bodyguard and an assistant over what his attorneys have said was an unprovoked attack that left King with brain damage and forced his withdrawal from the service academy. King arrived in Houston with a blood alcohol level of 0.285 percent, or more than three times the legal driving limit. Security cameras recorded the melee and the aftermath when Houston firefighters took King to a hospital and responding police officers posed for photographs with LaBelle. LaBelle, 70, testified that she rolled down the window in her limousine to ask her bodyguard if all of their luggage had arrived since the flight had been delayed for over an hour, not to give instructions to assault King, she said. The grammy-winning singer said she did not see what happened after King punched her son, Zuri Edwards, who is also her manager. "After seeing my son beat up, I didn't want to look any more," LaBelle said when she was asked to explain why she didn't see the whole incident. LaBelle testified for about 30 minutes on Wednesday. The trial began on Tuesday before U.S. District Court Judge Keith Ellison. It is expected to last about a week. A Harris County jury acquitted LaBelle's bodyguard, Efrem Holmes, of charges stemming from the melee in 2013. An attorney for King asked whether LaBelle's posing for photographs with the officers could have influenced the investigation into the melee. "It could have been a homeless person, dear. I take pictures with anyone and everyone who asks," LaBelle replied. LaBelle said she heard King use a racial slur, but that words, even if offensive, did not warrant a physical attack. "I've been doing this for 52 years and I've heard all kinds of things and I don't react," LaBelle said.
I love Brian Kinney (the character not the actor)! I want to marry him!!!!!!! I would try to change him. What I didn't like: Emmitt...oh my god, I didn't get his purpose for being on the show. Blech.
Gather those rosebuds... NSFW
He's seriously hot but his balls are WAY too hairy. There I said it.
This story has it all. Stretch Hummers. Booze. A right hook. And a former vice presidential candidate screaming, “Do you know who I am?” Just another Saturday night in Anchorage with the Palins? Several Alaska bloggers reported a brawl at a house party over the weekend for the Iron Dog snowmobile race (that Todd Palin has won four times). And it allegedly involved the former first family of Alaska. UPDATE: Anchorage Police Department’s communications director Jennifer Castro confirmed to the Loop what others have reported that there was a fight at a party where the Palins were in attendance: “On Saturday, September 6, 2014 just before midnight Anchorage police responded to a report of a verbal and physical altercation taking place between multiple subjects outside of a residence located on the 900 block of Harbor Circle. A preliminary investigation by police revealed that a party had been taking place at a nearby residence and a fight had broken out between multiple subjects outside of the residence. At the time of the incident, none of the involved parties wanted to press charges and no arrests were made. However, the case is still an active investigation and is being reviewed by APD and the Municipal Prosecutors Office. Alcohol was believed to have been a factor in the incident. Some of the Palin family members were in attendance at the party.” Here’s the salacious scoop from Alaska political blogger Amanda Coyne: “A nice, mellow party, until the Palin’s show up. There’s beer, of course, and maybe other things. Which is all fine, but just about the time when some people might have had one too many, a Track Palin stumbles out of a stretch Hummer, and immediately spots an ex-boyfriend of Willow’s. Track isn’t happy with this guy, the story goes. There’s words, and more. The owner of the house gets involved, and he probably wished he hadn’t. At this point, he’s up against nearly the whole Palin tribe: Palin women screaming. Palin men thumping their chests. Word is that Bristol has a particularly strong right hook, which she employed repeatedly, and it’s something to hear when Sarah screams, “Don’t you know who I am!” And it was particularly wonderful when someone in the crowd screamed back, “This isn’t some damned Hillbilly reality show!” No, it’s what happens when the former First Family of Alaska comes knocking. As people were leaving in a cab, Track was seen on the street, shirtless, flipping people off, with Sarah right behind him, and Todd somewhere in the foreground, tending to his bloody nose.” Is this real life or a scene from a Real Housewives show? If the above account is real … oh my. Meanwhile, because the drama never ceases, the next night, Bristol Palin returned to her home in Wasilla to find a stalker in her driveway, who was arrested and charged with felony stalking. Somewhere, producers at TLC are kicking themselves that “Sarah Palin’s Alaska” isn’t still on the air.
When craftsmen were craftsmen. Watch all the things this French Secretary desk can do ... and remember the whole thing was built by hand. Amazing!
Were any of you bitches there? The manager Tim was led away in handcuffs. The whores and patrons were ordered to vacate the premises. The cops siezed the cash and supposedly some illegal substances. No, I don't have a link, but they're talking about it on the muscle service boards. A gym acquaintance of mine dances there occasionally. He doesn't dance at the nude events, but he got the scoop from a dancer who was there last night. Wow, is this the end of Adonis, the heir apparent of the Gaeity?
Pls answer in poll.
He gives me the creeps.
What a waste of that hot man's gravy.
Because a hairy chest is still a thing of beauty...
It's official: Fox's global phenomenon Glee will be cut in half for its final season. The musical from creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk will be trimmed from its typical 22-episode order to 13 episodes, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Sources tell THR that Murphy sat down with the network and studio 20th Century Fox Television to discuss the best way to end the series and decided that the story would be best told in one final run of 13 consecutive episodes. For its part, Glee has been showing its age. The musical has repeatedly hit series lows in its fifth season, with ratings down considerably from those of its early heyday. The move comes as little surprise after Glee — one of the lowest-rated scripted series to earn an additional season renewal after Fox's two-season pickup a year ago — was left off the network's fall schedule. The musical starring Lea Michele and Chris Colfer will return midseason as part of Fox's 2015 lineup. An exact date and time slot have not yet been revealed, but the network plans to make the sixth and final run of the series into a big event for fans. The decision to hold Glee for a midseason bow comes after the network trimmed its current fifth season from 22 to 20 episodes, following production delays at the start of the season after the death of star Cory Monteith. Sources told THR that Fox was mulling tacking the final two episodes onto season five, bringing the total to 24 after the show's two-season pickup a year ago. (The two-season renewal was for 44 episodes.) In May, then-Fox Broadcasting president Kevin Reilly said the standard 22-episode count for seasons is no longer the norm as more networks adopt a cable model in a bid to retain viewers and eventize programming. Murphy, meanwhile, told THR in April that he has a final idea for the series, which will not be "New York-centric" after the series was uprooted from its former Ohio-set high school location. "The final season is really its own story and its own location and while the New York stuff will be alive, the final season is not New York-centric at all," Murphy said at the time, noting there will be a time jump for the final episodes. "It really [will be] a lovely, fitting season that…dwells on the original people that were on the show and what happens to them and how they give back. That really is the last season.… We'll revisit some of the new kids that came and went. There's a return of the Jane Lynch-Matt Morrison characters in a big way. It's a really interesting, very sweet, satisfying ending to the story." The news comes mere hours after Murphy picked up a whopping 34 Emmy nominations for programs including HBO's The Normal Heart, FX's American Horror Story: Coven and Glee, which was nominated in the directing category for its 100th episode. Click here for our interview with Murphy about all the Emmy attention.
Love it. Bring on the haters but wow this is good.
Will we be bombarded/TMZ''d about the KARDASHIAN SKANKS until they also reach age 90??%0D\ %0D\ By the late 1950s, Zsa Zsa was a regular on the Jack Paar Tonight Show, and one of the most famous women in America, having been married to Conrad Hilton and having stolen Porfirio Rubirosa away from Doris Duke before he ran off with Barbara Hutton for three months (or something along those lines). Her fling with Rubirosa gave her an added measure of sexual appeal, as she was a beautiful woman and he was a ladykiller who could have the richest women in the world. %0D
Now's the time to bag Caleb, Frankie!!!
Really fucking sexy here
[quote]Senate Update: Democrats Draw Almost Even. Is It The Money? SEP 15 By NATE SILVER When we officially launched our forecast model two weeks ago, it had Republicans with a 64 percent chance of taking over the Senate after this fall’s elections. Now Republican chances are about 55 percent instead. We’ve never quite settled on the semantics of when to call an election a “tossup.” A sports bettor or poker player would grimace and probably take a 55-45 edge. But this Senate race is pretty darned close. (Full Senate seat chart at link):
Ray Rice told NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on June 16 that he punched his then-fiancee in a casino elevator, four sources have told "Outside the Lines," an assertion that contradicts Goodell's statement this week that "when we met with Ray Rice and his representatives, it was ambiguous about what actually happened." Video:
Starts streaming on Netflix June 6! We're just hours away from finding out how dead Pennsatucky might be. Now, please stay tuned for an important grammar lesson from Taystee:
Jason Gould duets with mother Babs for her new "Partners" album, and yes his nose is the same as his famous mother.
He says he’s a connoisseur of the “ass grab” — but this waitress just wasn’t on his menu. A wealthy hedge-fund titan made a bungled attempt to defend himself against a claim that he fondled a waitress at a trendy Soho restaurant, by bizarrely bragging that he gropes other women all the time. “I’ve grabbed plenty of girls’ asses in my life,” Brian H. Lederman boasted to The Post. “But I’ve never grabbed hers.” The married moneyman went on the defensive Tuesday after server Laura Ramadei made a tell-all Facebook post saying he ogled her like a piece of meat as he fondled her derriere at Lucky Strike on Grand Street. “When I asked you and your companion if you’d be eating, or needing anything else from me, you put your hand — ever so gently — ON MY ASS and asked if you could take me ‘to go,’ ” the 29-year-old wrote, adding that he left only a $2 tip. Lederman, a 57-year-old managing director at Swiss Performance Management & Fiduciary, angrily denied any physical contact — and threatened to sue Ramadei for defamation. But he didn’t help his case much by admitting he made a boorish comment toward her. “I clearly remember making a joke when the girl said, ‘What would you like,’ ” he said. “I kiddingly said, ‘I would like you to go with nothing on it.’ ” He said he was furious that she claimed he did more than spew sleaze. “That f–king c–t, for her to do something like that is pretty ridiculous,” he told The Post. He then threatened to make sure she doesn’t serve lunch in this town again. “I will make sure she doesn’t get another job in New York City. I know everybody,” he raged. “The bar owners, the club owners — that’s a terrible thing to write about somebody.” Ramadei, an aspiring actress who helps run an independent theater company, stood by her Facebook post. “He placed what felt like three fingers on my left butt cheek,” she told The Post. “It was very subtle, but it was definite contact.” She posted a picture of the money manager’s $15.24 bar tab on the social network. Ramadei said she deals with customer harassment all the time working at the noisy bar and posted her story to “raise awareness about how common it is.” Her rant has been shared almost 2,000 times since she posted it on Monday. “It was a small thing, but probably commonplace for women and servers,” she said.
Hilarious and true. "Ham wallets" .. "Hotdog hallways flapping" ??
What's your fetish?
DL has discussed the Dept of Social Services and welfare in the US. What would be the equivalent in other countries? How do you qualify?
If you could have any dog in the world what would it be and why. And yes, in real life we should all get a rescue. I know- but this is hypothetical. Irish Wolfhounds are amazing and seem like gentle giants, but I could even begin to afford how much food they eat.
As requested on the new socialist thread.
What great ''80''s songs are languishing in obscurity? I want to add them to my collection.\ \ I''d never heard Madleen Kane''s "You Can" before - what a fun song!
,,,,,is someone humblebragging about how they don't have anything, and aren't they just FABULOUS?
or is that just freeper attacks?
This is *my* definition of a perfect body. Also, the hair on his chest and stomach is perfection. Thanks you Nick!
I have a dear friend who I am a bit worried about. He's always been a wee bit high strung, and I know he's dealt with depression and panic attacks. But his recent behavior is troubling me. For example: He's almost constantly talking to himself or vocalizing in some way. He'll play a snippet of music, or a clip on YouTube, and play it over. And over, and over, and OVER. Not two or three times, but 20, 30 or more. He seems to be doing a lot of repetitive motion type things, where he moves something from one place to another, then moves it back. He's taking two to three hours to get ready for the day, in the shower/bathroom. I obviously am not privy (nor do I wish to be) about his bath time habits, but it's just odd - the shower runs, then the bath water, then the shower, six or seven times. Questions and decisions are a huge challenge for him. Ordering from a menu in a restaurant involves a level of decision making and inquiry comparable to the Spanish Inquisition. Simple things like going to the store or following directions are needlessly complicated to the nth degree. He's a normal sized person (in shape) but he is beginning to obsess about what he eats. He ordered a healthy dish in a restaurant and then spent the entire meal regretting it, talking about other menu items, and almost tearfully asking people to sample their dishes...and then saying "that's so decadent." When we have shared vacations or he visits, there is always evidence of middle of the night food raids. (the food stuff in and of itself may not be a huge concern, but in the larger context it's a red flag for me.) Is he mentally ill or does he have mental health challenges? Or is he just being neurotic? I'm willing to embrace my friend's quirks, but some of these newer or more severe behaviors make me wonder if I should say something.
Id love to watch!
Or has it been filled in by suburban blight?
In preparation for spring training and the 2014 MLB season. ----- 2014 HOF Maddux, Glavine, Thomas elected to Hall of Fame Braves pitchers, White Sox slugger make it on first ballot; Biggio falls just shy
It seems a shame that Ms. Jackson has never performed on Broadway, or even off-Broadway. Considering that tits-and-teeth Cheryl Ladd starred in Annie Get Your Gun and human hairbrush Farrah Fawcett did Extremities off-Broadway, you'd think that Kate could have snagged something. The good news: there's still time!
DL has proven its love for this very special type of clothing time and time again! Please, post them!
His friends believe the administration did nothing to help him.
To show support during this time of racial strife!!!
They've been enjoying an Italian getaway together. And unlikely friends Zac Efron and Michelle Rodriguez were pictured flying into Sardinia Airport via a private jet on Thursday. They were accompanied by their host, Italian businessman Gianluca Vacchi and his girlfriend. That day, Gianluca shared an Instagram video hopping out of the private jet and kissing the ground, with the caption, ‘SARDINIA finally!!! enjoy #GVlifestyle’ Zac, 26, and Michelle, 35, were last pictured together at Porto Cervo in Sardinia on July 25, embarking on a boat ride. It appears they have returned after vacationing elsewhere. Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. Zac and Michelle looked coordinated on Thursday, and were both clad in head to toe black. The Neighbors actor sported a sweater over shorts with high socks and sneakers and a duffel bag slung over his shoulder. Feeling warm, he then removed his outerwear to reveal a blue and white T-shirt.
is now on YouTube with the smarmy wannabe noir host, AJ Benza. There are some juicy episodes. I would encourage any student of Old Hollywood to screen them.
I cannot tell if this is for real or not. Cannot find other sources, have you heard anything about this?
The president of the country's best-known Christian ministry dedicated to helping people repress same-sex attraction through prayer is trying to distance the group from the idea that gay people's sexual orientation can be permanently changed or "cured." That's a significant shift for Exodus International, the 36-year-old Orlando-based group that boasts 260 member ministries around the U.S. and world. For decades, it has offered to help conflicted Christians rid themselves of unwanted homosexual inclinations through counseling and prayer, infuriating gay rights activists in the process. This week, 600 Exodus ministers and followers are gathering for the group's annual conference, held this year in a Minneapolis suburb. The group's president, Alan Chambers, told The Associated Press on Tuesday that the conference would highlight his efforts to dissociate the group from the controversial practice usually called ex-gay, reparative or conversion therapy.
my first try
A great weekend and now snow after midnight. Man, Mother Nature is a bitch this winter. WTF
I know I'm late to the show but have been watching it in syndication on Conedy Central and local programming and love it. All of the main characters are despicable and the situations are so wrong and so politically incorrect but so funny. Anyone else like the show? What are your favorite episodes?
Just wondering if this is going to be the pattern for now on, U.S. creates the group and then the group years later becomes the next boogeyman.
I'm betting Peter and Neal will finally profess their love for each other.
America's favorite broadcast journalist, who frequently appeared drunk on-air, seems to have found a new hobby...
Because the old one vanished. I'm starting The Interestings by Meg Wolitzer--so far it looks good.
One of my mother's great-great-something or others was a lady in waiting to Queen Victoria. My great uncle designed the wind screen on Zippo cigarette lighters. That's about it. Nothing interesting. You?
The Ukrainian government designated Chernobyl as a tourist attraction in an attempt to bring in more foreign dollars to use in their futile fight to keep their best looking teenaged girls from going to work strip clubs in the West. Troves of “nuclear tourists” have flocked to Chernobyl, many seeking an especially morbid experience like finding personal keepsakes left behind in the nuclear fallout evacuation, taking maudlin photos of dusty dolls, and then tributing the photos in the woods when their rented Filipina wives aren’t looking. The abandoned city features many amenities. Borderline dangerous radiation levels for the next two-thousand or so years, starving wolves, and former Soviet Union war criminals exiled to abandoned buildings who would strangle you for an ounce of non-radiated peanut butter. For the kids, there are the areas many scenic lakes and rivers that won’t necessarily give you skin cancer if you shower in the liquid form of argon within seconds of exposure. There’s plenty of stone ground cornbread and pickled herring to be had and there are never any lines. It already sounds better than Disneyland
And it looks nothing like the 73 year old's Old Face.
I've had a life-long nightmare with the post office. For the umpteenth time they put "vacant" on my mailbox. I've lived here for 2 1/2 years. It's a private bank of individual boxes inside a gated community. There have been literally weeks when I could not get paychecks, bills, magazines, anything. The last few places I've lived were even worse. Please don't tell me to call the "800" customer service number. Literally hundreds of calls later, I get a call from a heavily accented person who says says I should walk the 7 miles round trip to the post office, where after waiting in line for an hour, he will show me where my place is listed as vacant. He refuses to tell me how to correct the problem. The post office used to accuse my neighbors of stealing my ads and bills. This has never, ever been the case. Then the post office accused me of living in a poor neighborhood; also a total lie. You would not believe the horrible insults I've gotten over the years from Sen Reids and Shelley Berkeley's staff. I've been repeatedly blamed for moving too often. This is a lie, although it is my legal right to move when I choose. At least the NV Republican elected officials are sympathetic but powerless to do anything at all. Any advice? I wish the post office would go private. Maybe then I could get my paychecks from out of state without a nightmare.
As ranked by Liveability Magazine: Is your city in the top 100??
So who is watching it? As a young man, Theodore Roosevelt was very handsome; beautiful eyes. I have always liked David McCullough. I play Eleanor. And it is nice for Peter Coyote got some work.
I love to trash the crazy Americans, but I don't mind a good laugh about our little continent and its many "stamp sized" countries. Me first, about my homeland, Italy: The lack of structure and dedication to order baffles me. Now, about the country I live in, Germany: The lack of humor baffles me.
The Million Dollar Listing boys are back in New York. Million Dollar Listing New York returns with new episodes on Wednesday, April 2 at 9 p.m. and E! News has the exclusive on season three. Fredrik Eklund, Luis D. Ortiz and Ryan Serhant all return for what looks like the most dramatic season yet. There are breakups, breakdowns, fussy sellers, new babies (maybe!?) and some epic cross-country trips. This season there are penthouses at the $40 million mark, $180 million developments and huge commissions to go along with the high-priced real estate. Check out the new trailer below. We'll be here when you pick your jaw up from the floor. Here's what's up with the boys. Fredrik, now married, has baby on the brain and is taking new steps to find his zen. Meanwhile, Ryan's no longer single and on the prowl. Can he balance work and a relationship? And Luis has joined Fredrik at Douglas Elliman and is starting to grow up. Last year Million Dollar Listing New York averaged 1.4 million viewers, making it the highest-rated season yet. Will the boys bring the magic again for season three? Million Dollar Listing New York returns with new episodes on Wednesday, April 2 at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
I've been a Mac person for over a decade, but so far I haven't used (or even signed up for) iCloud. Now that I'm upgrading to the iPhone 6 this week, I wonder if it's finally time to give it a try. Does anyone here have anything positive or negative to say about it?
And this most likely caused her to stop breathing. Melissa can back up the Brinks truck as that clinic will be closed down.
She refuses to press criminal charges or seek civil damages, and pretending to be a Serta Sherpa is part of her thesis. (No fair guessing whether she uses the term 'triggering' in her interview)
What is your experience with the happiest place on Earth?
If no, why not?
With some trepidation, we're going on a one week NCL cruise from NYC to Bermuda. We're allowed 1 bottle of wine per person but would rather substitute it for liquor (rum or vodka). Does anybody here have suggestions about smuggling booze on a cruise ship, or is it an exercise in futility? TIA!
For those of you who have seen it, would you recommend watching it? It would be a long-term watch, obviously, as I believe 3 Seasons have already been filmed, right? Does it grab you pretty much right off or is it one of those "by the end of Season 1, you're really hooked" kind of things? Thanks.
Bono’s ego may soon be in need of its own charity, as the band’s free release of their new record “Songs Of Innocence” has been downloaded less than 200,000 times since being dropped into more than half a billion Apple iCloud accounts earlier this week. According to Billboard (but refuted by the band’s label), the record has been met with massive waves of criticism from both retailers and those who have actual taste in music. While it is understandable that UMG was quick to refute Billboard’s claims that the record had been downloaded by less than 5% of those given the option, this is likely nothing more than hopeful marketing for a record they knew would perform poorly. Billboard makes much of their reputation on accurate charts, and since they have no vested interest in whether or not an album does well, their word is far more reliable than that of companies with big money involved in the U2 brand. The band’s thirteenth formal studio album was sent free to the account of every iTunes user, but the users must opt to stream or download the record to experience the musical mediocrity. This move has infuriated retailers, as it will no doubt impact their bottom line when the album hits shelves next month. Target has a policy of not carrying records that have been released digitally beforehand, and they found themselves in a tough spot with Beyonce’s album late last year. Amazon also takes similar tactics, often denying such releases a strong presence or featured spot. In an effort to combat this, Universal Music Group says the physical release will include four tracks that iTunes will not get until November.
[bold]Apple offers a way to 'return' that free U2 album[/bold] Apple learned an important lesson this week: Not everyone likes U2. And even those who do really don't like it when you put music in their libraries without asking. A week after giving away a U2 album to most iTunes users, Apple has announced a way for customers to get rid of it. The company released instructions on how to delete the album from an iCloud account, complete with a giant "Remove Album" button. Somewhere, a single tear is rolling down Bono's cheek. At the end of Apple's iPhone and Apple Watch announcement last week, the company trotted out the rock supergroup to announce a major marketing collaboration. Apple was giving away U2's first new album in five years, "Songs of Innocence," to 500 million iTunes customers for free. It was a clever way to get more people to sign up for iTunes, and Apple even produced a special ad to promote the collaboration. Unfortunately, instead of just offering customers the option to download the album for free, Apple went ahead and gave it to them without asking. The album was dropped into the 500 million active iCloud accounts in 119 countries. The people who have their iTunes account set up to automatically download any purchases saw the files on their computers and mobile devices. Many complained that the way the album was distributed was invasive. It also came off as tone-deaf, since it happened so soon after iCloud's security was scrutinized for its part in high-profile celebrity photo hacks. Apple spent up to $100 million on the U2 marketing campaign, according to The New York Times.
John Edwards Trial: Testimony Reveals Elizabeth Edwards' Dramatic Confrontation With Husband Over Affair 05/2/12 GREENSBORO, N.C. — A former adviser to John Edwards recounted Wednesday how the former presidential candidate's now-deceased wife indignantly confronted her husband, baring her chest in front of staff members the day after a tabloid reported that he was cheating on her. During a session at Edwards' corruption trial that saw his 30-year-old daughter flee the courtroom in tears, Christina Reynolds described how a very upset Elizabeth Edwards stormed away from her husband in October 2007, then collapsed in a ball on the pavement outside a private airplane hangar. Reynolds and another woman guided the anguished wife into a nearby ladies room to compose herself, but she soon returned to the private hangar to again confront her husband. In front of several staff members, the woman who had endured grueling treatments for breast cancer took off her shirt and bra, exposing her chest. "'You don't see me anymore,'" Reynolds quoted Elizabeth Edwards as screaming. "He didn't have much of a reaction." As staffers scrambled to cover up Edwards' wife and huddle her into a car, Reynolds heard the Democratic candidate use a cell phone to call his wife's doctor to ask for help. Edwards then boarded a waiting jet and took off for his scheduled appearance in South Carolina, Reynolds said. She testified that Elizabeth Edwards had known about her husband's affair with Rielle Hunter before The National Enquirer made it public. Hers was the most stirring testimony of the day at Edwards' trial on corruption charges, as prosecutors worked to build a timeline of the affair and efforts to cover it up. Shortly before Reynolds began her account of what happened that day at the Raleigh airport, Edwards turned to his daughter Cate, a lawyer who has been seated in the front row for much of her father's trial. "I don't know what's coming," Edwards was heard saying. "Do you want to leave?" She responded to him in a whisper, grabbed her purse and walked out, wiping away tears. Edwards was heard saying, "Cate, Cate" as she left. She returned to court about a half hour later, after a brief recess. Shortly before her testimony about the airport argument, Reynolds recounted that Elizabeth Edwards asked her over to the couple's gated estate near Chapel Hill in the summer of 2007 to tell her that her husband had confessed to an affair the prior year. "I was very surprised by what she told me and I didn't want it to ever become public so the kids wouldn't have to know about it," the former aide said. Reynolds, now 37, had worked on John Edwards' successful U.S. senate campaign in 1998 and had quickly bonded with his wife. Both women grew up in military families and had moved around a lot as children. Reynolds worked as the research director and a senior communications adviser to the 2008 presidential campaign and recently joined the board of the educational foundation named for Elizabeth Edwards, who died in December of 2010. Edwards has pleaded not guilty to six counts related to campaign-finance violations. He faces up to 30 years in prison and $1.5 million in fines if convicted on all counts. At issue are payments from wealthy donors used to help keep his pregnant mistress out of public view. Edwards' attorneys have said he didn't know about the money.
When I was in the 7th and 8tth grade, we had gang showers. The gym teacher, a recent college grad, would stand at a small window and watch us showering. If anyone got a boner, which happened at that age, he would point it out and mock the kid. Sometimes he changed with us and showered with us. Sometimes, he would wrestle some of the guys in class when we were changing and then place his jock strap over their faces. It all sounds like a porn movie fantasy. But it's all true. I think that if this kind of behavior was reported today the teacher would be arrested. Was it standard behavior any where else? Just curious.
Whenever I want something fixed or cleaned at homes, the vendor ALWAYS tries to up-sell. Want your bathroom tiles acid washed instead of just power washed? Want your rugs shampooed with heavy-duty cleaners instead of standard cleaners? Want your air conditioners power cleaned instead of just wiped down? I have no idea if the up-sell is better or not, I just always fall for it--handing over and extra $50-$60. They always follow the same pattern. I called for some home fix. A guy comes to the apartment alone, checks out the issue, and offers the up-sell. When I say yes, he leaves to get the equipment and brings his crew. Even though I know this is going to happen, I STILL fall for it. WHY? Are up-sells really any better than the basic? Is really any difference between the basic and the up-sell?
It's my dream. One day. Please tell me about your experiences.
Who pays for all that travel? Number 16 in a saga.
Addressing the crowd, George said: “I met my lovely bride-to-be here in Italy, whom I will be marrying, in a couple of weeks, in Venice, of all places.” According to the insider: “They want the wedding to be intimate with quiet but happy and fun dinners and lunches after they've said short but meaningful, hand-written vows in front of their loved ones.” Photos:
From his gay role in Burlesque to his fluctuating spot on the Kinsey scale, here's what you should know about the guy in NBC's About a Boy.
I was browsing through Wikipedia, looking at the largest religions and Christianity was the largest. Within Christianity, Catholicism is the largest denomination by far. Islam is a pretty big one, too, but I know there are different forms of Islam. I am wondering if Catholicism is the largest single denomination of a religion (if that makes sense). Anyway, if Pope Francis accepted gays or gay marriage (I know that is a huge if), it would have a profound effect on over a billion people (and that's just the people that call themselves Catholic). OK, end of random thought.
He''s the quarterback for the New Orleans Saints and gets a surprising number of mentions here on DL. I know football is in a lockout right now, but I''m just curious about why this man with a big mole on his face elicits such a response.
From its website: [quote]And when Josh finds himself in bed with a very attractive man after being dumped by his girlfriend, it’s clear he has a few things to sort out. All six episodes air tonight on Pivot, a new cable station formerly known as Halogen. Well-received by critics, it should be fun to watch. It has a page at Wikipedia, but here's the link to its website.
We mustn't 'forget about our brothers and sisters abroad,' says Black. Sting, Patti LuPone, Billy Porter, Chely Wright, Greg Louganis, and other stars will perform in the piece at the Gershwin Theatre. The event supports the LGBT-oriented work of United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon and the U.N.’s Free & Equal campaign. Jane Lynch will host the event.
This seems to be the 'thing' du jour on FaceBook right now: Friends agreeing to post ten things a day they are grateful for for a week. And then challenging their friends, by name, to do it, too. I'm all for gratefulness. It's important. But going public with these lists seems crass and exhibitionistic. And really? Most of the things -- great husband, great job, gobs of friends, etc -- come across as nothing more than humble bragging. It's icky. Please continue to be grateful, but do it in private, please.
At 58, not bad.
So there always was a group of military guys who would perform on camera - gay sex for Dirk Yates. Some seemed to be gay for pay and others seem in the closet. There is just a scale I believe. What do you think. Are these guys gay or gay for pay? OR another category: guys that are just close to each other and can be more "intimate" because they've lived, breathed, worked hard around each other and sex is just whatever. They'd rather have chicks but blowing a guy? Not that big of a deal. What do you think?
"This is a real growth in me and that's not something I'm doing anymore," he told HuffPost Live's Caitlyn Becker in a Tuesday interview, referring to his vow to not practice sex before marriage. "But I've got my set of values, things that are important to me now at this point in my life, and that's all that matters." Video:
They assumed she must have been a prostitute. It was in broad daylight.
Fifty-four percent of U.S. adults have abdominal obesity, up from 46 percent in 1999-2000, researchers reported in Wednesday's Journal of the American Medical Association. Abdominal obesity is defined as a waistline of more than 35 inches in women and more than 40 inches in men. During the 12-year period studied, the average waist size in the U.S. expanded to 38 inches for women, a gain of 2 inches. It grew to 40 inches for men, a 1-inch increase.
last friday i accompanied my roommate to a birthday dinner for his friend, whom i'd met before and gotten along with just fine. i expected i'd be splitting the tab with my roommate and a couple other people - picking up the birthday girl's tab, right? well first, not everyone shows up for the dinner, so it's three people picking up the birthday girl's tab. but second -- the birthday girl brings her childhood friend CLAIRE who is also having her birthday that night. so now i am at this dinner -- at a pricey steakhouse -- where i am dreading having to split *two* tabs between three people.. . .
If A&E doesn't cancel the show after this, everyone start boycotting A&E During an interview with the president of the Family Research Council last week, Robertson began discussing the "physiological downside to immorality," claiming that all sexually transmitted diseases, including AIDS, are punishments from God. "I mean, a great question to ask is, 'Why is it that all of these just — is this coincidental that viewing all of the immoral conduct that America now is participating in, I've asked a lot of people: Do you think it's a coincidence that all of these debilitating — and literally, it can cause death — diseases follow that kind of conduct?'" Robertson said. "God says, 'One woman, one man,' and everybody says, 'Oh, that's old hat, that's that old Bible stuff' and I'm thinking well, let's see now," he continued. "A clean guy, a disease-free guy, and a disease-free woman, they marry and they keep their sex between the two of 'em, uh, they're not gonna get chlamydia and gonorrhea and syphilis and AIDS. It's safe. "Now to me, either it's the wildest coincidence ever that horrible diseases follow immoral conduct or it's God saying, 'There's a penalty for that kind of conduct.' I'm leanin' toward there's a penalty toward it,' Robertson said.
Boy oh boy, what is going on behind the scenes and how much do these people hate each other? There was major drama during Josh Elliott's tenure and departure, George S ( cant spell his name) looks bored, awkward and completely detached, and theres a long standing rumor that Lara Spencer and the other blonde anchor hate each other- at least when blonde #2 came in as a replacement for Josh Elliott. Gillian Zee seems like the younger sister none of them really like. The show should just have a nude Gio Benitez doing the news. Is TODAY a better show?
Am I the only one who thinks Atlanta''s QB, Matt Ryan, is probably the most hung white NFL player?
NFL Size Queen
He's getting ready to bolt, isn't he?
Did they do him a favor?
A Twitter user from Jersey has apparently managed to track down the 15 suspects Philadelphia Police believe took part in a vicious gang-style assault of two gay men. The tweet came just a few short hours after Philly PD released surveillance footage of the suspects they described as “a group of fifteen white males and females in their early twenties, clean cut and well dressed.” Picture and tweet in the link:
The last few minutes, when Stewart does Graham's voice behind the door of his Senate chambers (as Samantha Bee tries to offer rational explanations), is particularly hilarious. "Lordy! My heart is thumpin' fastah than a jackrabbit in a huckleberry patch!"
I love them, hot and slutty!
A (gay) friend of mine once mentioned that he had a lady co-worker who was always complaining that her husband beat up on her. My friend asked why she didn't leave him. "I love his big cock." True story. Sad?
They are so off-putting!
Bill Wyman has turned into a woman. Scroll down. Isn't he about 90?
Do you find this statement to be true? Do you think there is something more to the "gay experience" (if such a thing exists) than just sex between two people of the same gender? Is there inherent qualities, traits and mentalities that link us all together? I personally think that there is a unique experience and even culture that we have to ourselves that is separate from the straight world, as un-PC as that is to think these days. I think that there is definitely something more to being gay than just our sexuality. I can't put my finger on it but it's there.
Leaving weekend anchor job at NBC to be Lifestyle and Fitness Correspondent on "Today." She and partner are expecting Baby #2
Only at M&S! You can't go wrong there, can you?
Told ya she was hardcore!
Breaking down barriers for transgender athletes? Toronto muscleman Kinnon MacKinnon prefers lifting them. Interview and photos:
I'm old and can't keep up with all this new shit.
The perfect home for your elderly nana, Kindly have at it, tasteful friends.
Democrats will lose mid-terms decisively.
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