From a hole in one, to in a hole. RIP Arnold
|by Anonymous||replies 31||4 hours ago|
From a hole in one, to in a hole. RIP Arnold
|by Anonymous||replies 31||4 hours ago|
The number of Trump supporters in this country is proof that the majority is too stupid to be entrusted with something so important.
I don't know what the criteria for being allowed to vote should be. An IQ test of some kind? A certain education level?
|by Anonymous||replies 9||4 hours ago|
- Two-way contest:
- Four-way contest:
|by Anonymous||replies 0||4 hours ago|
Behold the faces of well-intentioned people who were told by poll after poll that Brexit couldn't happen. No way. Don't be ridiculous. That would never happen. Look at their faces. Look again. Their faces could well be ours on the morning after Election Day.
Shatter your fucking denial. Stop watching Rachel or Lawrence or anyone else who tells you only what you want to hear. Drive around the suburbs and count the number of Trump signs. Stop smiling and nodding noncommittally at parties as fellow Democrats say they're going to sit this one out or are going to vote for Jill Stein or cast a write-in vote for Bernie. If you don't spit your canapé into your napkin and scream "ARE YOU OUT OF YOUR FUCKING MIND?!" and tell them to wake the fuck up, then you need to find a grease fire and jump into it.
Are you registered to vote? No? Then DO IT BEFORE THE DEADLINE! Do you not know where your polling place is? GOOGLE UNTIL YOU GET THE ANSWER AND THEN WALK, DRIVE, OR BUS TO THE PLACE AS A DRY RUN! Waffling about whether or not to vote because you work late on Tuesdays, or just don't like to have to rush around after work? THEN CALL IN SICK THAT DAY, GODDAMMIT! GO VOTE! Are you inexplicably married to a Trump supporter and rationalize that "our votes cancel each other out?" STOP IT, JUST STOP. GO VOTE! Are you feeling reassured after reading about Trump's latest controversial utterances, or buoyed by the latest XYZ poll? IGNORE IT. GO VOTE!
Throw cold water on your face, confront each rationalization, or minimalization, or justification you use to be comfortable with not voting. When friends, or coworkers, or family say whatever bulkshit things to justify their pretending the election doesn't matter much, READ THEM THE FUCKING RIOT ACT!
Liberals, WAKE UP! Independents, WAKE UP! Republicans with guts to admit that their candidate as President would be our ruin: WAKE UP! People with good hearts and good consciences everywhere, WAKE UP!
We still have time. We can still prevent our Brexit. Please, please, please, please: GO VOTE!
|by Anonymous||replies 148||4 hours ago|
I've heard both terms used. I prefer sauce myself.
What is your amazing recipe for Italian red sauce? How long should it cook for? Which tomatoes should be used?
|by Anonymous||replies 79||4 hours ago|
horrible breakup in late 2015 that I'm still not over. Anyhow, I'm reasonably healthy. I'm bipolar and deal with that but I have never smoked, rarely drink , I do a hour of cardio everyday and eat fairly decent . I'm not sure if it's anxiety but I keep feeling I do not have a lot of time left. Maybe a few years of that . It doesn't even scare me , it's a thought that's just sort of there . Am I just crazier than I think ??
|by Anonymous||replies 38||4 hours ago|
Well... I was curious to see what Tony DiNozzo was up to this season. This new series is apparently loosely based on Dr Phil's early career as a trial strategist (where he met Oprah), and he is involved in the production. Yes strangely released just after the Dr's big JBR extravaganza. Timing is everything.
Similar to "Lie To Me" and all those CSI/NCIS type cop series, but I thought the plot of the initial episode sounded familiar: young guy is accused of killing someone and he's protesting but not enough - they eventually find out the alibi he's avoiding is that he was with a man that night and ends up having to come out in court to avoid going to jail - didn't they do that on DOOL a few years ago (and this new show is on CBS, not NBC)?
|by Anonymous||replies 4||4 hours ago|
He's gay right? Any fans here?
|by Anonymous||replies 30||4 hours ago|
She's lashing out AGAIN on Facebook at people. My god, she's going to be 60 soon. What is she going to do THEN?! Madonna 25 years ago, the one people actually liked, would be mortified by what she's turned into. She'd be making fun of 58-year-old Madonna today.
"Still Acting my Age!!! Photo by Mert Alas.💘. How do i know I'm still acting my Age? Because its MY age and its MY life and all of you Women Hating Bigots need to sit down and try to understand why you feel the need to limit me with your fear of what you aren't familiar with. You know what happens to Bigots? NOTHING! Nothing happens to people who. Think in a limited way. Facts.....But i forgive you. 👍🏻 Because its the month of Slicha. 🙏🏻" -Madonna
Too bad she relies on that cult and not a proper shrink to sort out her issues.
|by Anonymous||replies 146||4 hours ago|
Whether in a well or on Locust Street, let's get down in PV, PA.
|by Anonymous||replies 226||4 hours ago|
room for 1 more?
|by Anonymous||replies 0||4 hours ago|
You have to agree: as far as insane behavior goes, this is pretty over the top.
|by Anonymous||replies 15||4 hours ago|
CNN/ORC polls out this morning:
Colorado: Clinton 41, Trump 42, Johnson 13, Stein 3 (T+1)
Pennsylvania: Clinton 45, Trump 44, Johnson 6, Stein 3 (C+1)
Clinton was up double digits in both states less than 2 months ago. They were so confident in Colorado that they even pulled ads from the state in late summer. This can change, but these are grim numbers.
|by Anonymous||replies 4||4 hours ago|
will this happen before or after global warming?
BTW I write this because I just realized I put the recycling in the wrong bin on Friday and it will be rotting in a landfill somewhere. I need to feel better. See it isn't my fault, we are being sucked into the sun.
|by Anonymous||replies 14||4 hours ago|
Probably the best one, to date.
I honestly cannot believe that people are considering voting for that hateful monster on the Reptilian ticket.
|by Anonymous||replies 123||4 hours ago|
Gurl, this ya gotta see...& HEAR!
Watch the video - can you understand a word she's saying? 911, not so much.
|by Anonymous||replies 169||4 hours ago|
For me it is Kristen Bell. I just passionately hate her. Anytime I see her on a commercial or movie I just literally scream my fucking head off in disgust.
|by I hate hate hate Kristen Bell||replies 163||4 hours ago|
I love it. How does it feel now, bitch, after you shat on Hillary for decades and were sucking Donald's dick for the last year and a half?
Washington Post: "Maureen Dowd on CNN: Trump's 'moody and gossipy and bitchy'"
Politco: "Trump slams 'wacky' Maureen Dowd, CNN panel 'losers'"
Now she's crying about him on Twitter.
|by Anonymous||replies 25||4 hours ago|
He says he is going to wing it, and go with his gut. It has gotten him this far, what is not broke doesn't need to be fixed.
|by Anonymous||replies 198||4 hours ago|
Damn. The kid is cute tho'
|by Anonymous||replies 28||4 hours ago|
If they won the NL West, why are they playing more games in the up coming week?
|by Anonymous||replies 9||4 hours ago|
Spain's first openly gay football referee, who quit in May because of homophobic abuse, has received death threats and is under police protection after returning to the game.
Jesus Tomillero said he was "really, really scared" but will carry on after enduring further abuse and receiving death threats on social media.
The 21-year-old, who is president of an association against homophobia in sports, quit in May after reporting that he had been insulted and threatened by players and supporters during a youth team match and feared for his life when stones were thrown in his direction.
|by Anonymous||replies 76||4 hours ago|
Oh, I am so bidding on this...
"Wealthy fans of In Cold Blood could get closer than they ever thought possible to their favorite literary icon when the ashes of Truman Capote come up for auction.
In an upcoming sell-off in Los Angeles, Julien's Auctions is putting the author's remains on the block on September 23.
The ashes are housed in a Japanese carved wooden box and are expected to go for between $4,000 and $6,000.
The box is marked 'Date of Cremation: August 28, 1984' and was owned by Joanne Carson, friend of the author and wife of The Tonight Show host Johnny Carson.
|by Anonymous||replies 15||5 hours ago|
Listen to how often reporters and anchor mispronounce it ..... Electoral is pronounced e-LEC-tor-al, with the emphasis on the second syllable, not "e-lec-TOR-al
|by Anonymous||replies 1||5 hours ago|
Current, past, and which song do you believe will be a masterpiece some day :
" Record Year "- Eric Church
" ( I'm ) Walking The Floor Over You"-Ernest Tubb
" Long Trip Alone"- Dierks Bentley
|by Anonymous||replies 99||5 hours ago|
Have any Datalounger's experienced upward mobility in the past 5 years? What happened in your life, that made your situation much better? Has anyone's financial situation here gotten worse?
|by Anonymous||replies 0||5 hours ago|
Goodness, what a G-d aweful pair. How often do you think they post on DL?
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With all the designers available, the Prime Minister's wife seems oddly bereft of style or innate knowledge of what suits her. Here she is looking a little frumpy and odd-looking beside Michelle Obama.
|by Anonymous||replies 51||5 hours ago|
How did it work out?
|by Anonymous||replies 2||5 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||replies 16||5 hours ago|
He's a much better actor than I thought.
|by Anonymous||replies 20||5 hours ago|
You are not.
|by Anonymous||replies 4||5 hours ago|
The group will present its Larger Than Life residency at The AXIS at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. It will consist of 18 dates, scheduled for March 1, 2017 to July 1, 2017.
|by Anonymous||replies 18||5 hours ago|
Really Don. Really?
|by Anonymous||replies 20||5 hours ago|
Per usual, Mr Justin Clynes:
|by Anonymous||replies 251||5 hours ago|
Let's Do This.
|by Anonymous||replies 121||5 hours ago|
Hillary was rebounding and pulling ahead in polls released early last week? Suddenly, Trump is surging to a tie again, even in huge prize Pennsylvania. Is it related to Charlotte?
|by Anonymous||replies 18||5 hours ago|
Anybody watching this? It's off to a good start and is fast paced. But the problem is the premise of the show won't keep the audience interested for more than 2 seasons. No gay/lesbian characters but it is still early.
|by Anonymous||replies 17||5 hours ago|
Love you Hillz, but Jesus. My 8 year old niece dresses better than this! Unbecoming!!!!
|by Anonymous||replies 12||5 hours ago|
C3PO from Star Wars, Ernie and Bert from Sesame Street, Mr. Smithers from the Simpsons...
|by Anonymous||replies 81||5 hours ago|
So awesome! 👊🏾👊🏾👊🏾
|by Anonymous||replies 62||5 hours ago|
I'm so nervous! In any normal world, Hillary should win easily, but that's true of the election, too. I'm afraid Trump will pull some stunt that media thinks is cute and everyone will say he "won" because of it.
|by Anonymous||replies 88||5 hours ago|
Cary on. . .
|by Anonymous||replies 202||6 hours ago|
Will star in that fox show no one likes.
|by Simon Halls Squirrel||replies 269||6 hours ago|
I thought it was just all flash and ridiculously cheesy dance moves - we've all seen those insanely over-the-top videos. But this is just unabashedly gorgeous. I only came across it because of a random Nelly Furtado interview I heard in which she listed some of her favorite songs from her childhood. Apparently some Indian friends introduced her to the song and the film when she was a kid and she was hooked. I wanna hear more Bollywood like this, but wouldn't know where to start, what to search for. I THINK the song's about a new bride's love for another man.
|by Anonymous||replies 58||6 hours ago|
The New York Times savages this buffoon--and rightly so: Donald Trump is a man who dwells in bigotry, bluster and false promises.
|by Anonymous||replies 15||6 hours ago|
Sep 23 2016
CLINTON - 72%
TRUMP - 20%
[September 5-September 18]
CLINTON - 63%
TRUMP - 15%
JOHNSON - 13%
STEIN - 8%
A large majority of registered LGBT voters support Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump, according to results of two weeks of the NBC News|SurveyMonkey Weekly Election Tracking Poll.
Seventy-two percent of registered LGBT voters support Clinton, compared to 20 percent who support Trump.
On the campaign trail, Trump has touted himself as the better candidate to fight for LGBT rights, but his decision to pick Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running-mate was seen by some as contradictory to his LGBT-friendly claims.
When Libertarian Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein are added to the match-up question, Clinton still maintained the lead among registered LGBT voters with 63 percent support. Trump, on the other hand, had 15 percent support. Johnson was not far behind with 13 percent, followed by 8 percent support for Stein.
In past elections, LGBT voters have played an important role. According to results from the 2012 NBC News Exit Polls, 5 percent of voters identified as gay, lesbian or bisexual** and 76 percent voted for Barack Obama. Voters who did not identify as gay, lesbian or bisexual were split—49 percent voted for Obama and 49 percent voted for Romney.
Under President Obama's tenure, the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage across the country. The landmark decision was considered a huge victory for LGBT rights. Perhaps unsurprisingly, 78 percent of registered LGBT voters said they approve of the way Obama is handling his job.
From September 5 through September 18, the tracking poll captured 1,728 LGBT respondents, which accounted for 7 percent of the total sample. Two separate questions were asked to gauge sexual orientation and gender identity.*
Across two weeks of data from the tracking poll, a majority (85 percent) identified as heterosexual or straight and 7 percent identified as LGBT—3 percent identified as homosexual, another 3 percent identified as bisexual and 1 percent identified as transgender.
An overwhelming 82 percent of LGBT registered voters said they have an unfavorable impression of Trump compared to 41 percent who said they have an unfavorable impression of Clinton. Just under six in 10 said they have a favorable impression of Clinton. Only 17 percent said the same of Trump.
The LGBT community has historically supported the Democratic Party, and the tracking poll found that 70 percent of registered LGBT voters were Democrats and Democratic-leaners. More LGBT registered voters identified as Republicans and Republican-leaners (18 percent) than as Independents (13 percent).
The LGBT community was an important group for Obama's re-election four years ago and will be a key group for the Democratic Party again in November.
|by 2016 Poll Troll||replies 34||6 hours ago|
I'm watching Laramie as I type and my god, that man had a gloriously round bubble butt.
|by Anonymous||replies 113||6 hours ago|
I've always been relatively thin - I am 5'10" and weight goes between 155 and 160. I work out so I have some tone but not a weightlifter type.
I was checking my BMI out of curiosity and found that I am at the high end of "normal" and that someone who weighs 130lbs at my height is still within the normal range.
I think I last weighed 130 lbs my junior year of high school and again, I was a skinny kid who ran track
No wonder it seems like we have an obesity epidemic.
|by Anonymous||replies 4||6 hours ago|
Written as a "fuck you" to the Bush Administration.
We need to be reminded of this, BEFORE a Trump Presidency happens...
|by Anonymous||replies 4||6 hours ago|
I admit to knowing virtually nothing about Jordan. Just watched this Sunday's 60 Minutes profile of King Abdullah. He seems like very intelligent, straight-forward, moderate and tolerant leader. He's the head of a country that rejects Islamic extremism, his country's (badly underfunded and under-equipped) armed forces are on the frontline against ISIS in the region, they have - very compassionately - accepted and supported millions of Syrian (and, previously, Palestinian) refugees despite their own economy (without oil riches and without much water) struggling.
We give approximately $1B a year to them, but we give more than three times that amount to Israel. Surely this smaller country that could be one of the few beacons of hope in this region deserves more of our support? Especially since we have directly caused so much of this conflict in the past few decades, without invasions and interventions.
If Jordan's economy gets even worse and they - one day become a failed state - with the vast majority of the population under 25 yrs old? Come on! You don't need to be an international relations expert to see what a recipe for disaster that would be for the region and for the world at large.
I don't think the full interview is online, yet, but this 3 min segment gives you a taste.
|by Anonymous||replies 8||6 hours ago|
Harry Connick Jr.
|by Anonymous||replies 123||6 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||replies 118||7 hours ago|
Pretty unrealistic if you ask me.
|by Anonymous||replies 38||7 hours ago|
In the papers filed on Friday at LA Superior Court, Burton accuses Carrey of pressurising an emotionally-fragile White to sign legal papers denying the star gave her herpes type 1 and 2 and gonorrhoea.
Burton claims Carrey begged White to stay silent about the STDs and even attempted to get her to sign documents absolving him from blame.
The court papers contain a series of disturbing texts between White and Carrey in which he attempts to brush away her fears of worrying symptoms, saying: ‘Agrivated folacles (sic) or bumps are normal when you shave or have vigorous sex.’
|by Anonymous||replies 24||7 hours ago|
I was in a store today and overheard Andy Gibb's "I Just Want to Be Your Everything" playing, and I noticed the lyrics state "If I stay here without you, darling, I will die." And, of course, he did die.
Additionally, Helen Reddy's dementia (those close to her won't give it a name but will only say it's not Alzheimers; perhaps it must be what Estelle Getty had) gives the lyrics of "You and Me Against the World" a whole new meaning: "remembering will have to do/our memories alone will get us through."
Anything else like this that you noticed?
|by Anonymous||replies 20||7 hours ago|
Who do you blame.
|by Anonymous||replies 2||7 hours ago|
Would you? You could get rent boys once a week for the next few years.
|by Anonymous||replies 3||7 hours ago|
A friend of mine is getting married at 47 (we're the same age). He and his partner (who is also our age) are getting married on the other side of the country, and they have asked me to be a groomsman. The flight will be $500, renting the groomsman clothes is $175 from the company they want me to rent them from, and staying in a hotel for two nights is $300.
Do I also have to buy a gift? They have lived together for years and have a nice house with every possible thing you could want in it. I am already spending $1000 in this wedding; adding a gift too seems a little much.
|by Anonymous||replies 124||7 hours ago|
He's playing in Camelot at the Westport Playhouse for God's sake.
He was a movie and Braodway star, is only in his 40's and still looks pretty good.
This is just sad.
|by Anonymous||replies 36||7 hours ago|
Once and for all-Who has had Gavin Creel?
Why did the Humans move and promptly close?
Are Christian Borle's Balls bigger stars than he is?
Is Holiday Inn worth seeing for Bryce Pinkham's cute ass or just the wonderful choreography?
Answers and more questions are welcome!!!
|by Anonymous||replies 275||8 hours ago|
Here's mine: "Zombies of Mass Destruction"
It's a cute and funny gay-themed zombie movie. The gay characters are hilarious, and the movie is super campy.
|by Anonymous||replies 40||8 hours ago|
Discuss Paul's incredible summer and all the rest!
|by Anonymous||replies 233||8 hours ago|
She is up to her old tricks...again.
Look at the color of her teeth in Sean's Instagram compared to the same photo she posted.
|by Anonymous||replies 22||8 hours ago|
I tried it and it seems full of hectoring hall monitors who scream "BE NICE!!!!!!!!!!!!" if any thought or criticism is posted. Is it all soft heads and lollipops there?
|by Anonymous||replies 28||8 hours ago|
Parts of Canada are south of parts of the United States.
Vienna is east of Prague even thought Vienna is considered more "Western" than Prague because of the former Communist divide.
What are others?
|by Anonymous||replies 135||8 hours ago|
I haven't watched a live airing of Conan's show in years and had no idea about this apparent internet sensation that is his Assoc. Producer Jordan Schlansky. Jordan has a VERY dry sense of humor - if it even if a sense of humor. He seems to be perpetually serious, incredibly erudite and very particular about everything in his life. And the contrast of Conan's goofiness with Jordan's near-Asperger's like aloofness is fucking comedy gold. Also, damn, he has quite the hot body under there!
|by Anonymous||replies 31||8 hours ago|
Why live there? Isn't the weather lousy? What is the main industry? What is there to do? Besides Brown University, where is the culture?
|by Anonymous||replies 87||9 hours ago|
At Mets camp. He hit a HR!
|by Anonymous||replies 175||9 hours ago|
He's a cutie. What do you guys think of him? Is he gay?
|by Anonymous||replies 88||9 hours ago|
How does he do this?
|by Anonymous||replies 74||9 hours ago|
plus Penn State's problems (the molestation scandals and the Birth of a Nation actor rape) can't be helping.
(and yes people do still confuse the two. I was at a party with some seemingly bright and educated people and they were talking about "Penn." I had to explain that there are two different schools.
|by Anonymous||replies 22||9 hours ago|
[quote]Hillary Clinton, a candidate who has gone to great lengths to showcase the playful side of her personality, apparently wanted to prove that she can take not only a joke but a full interview of nonstop lampooning when she appeared on the mock celebrity interview show “Between Two Ferns.”
[quote]In an election cycle where late night hosts have been criticized for not putting heavy questions to the candidates, “Between Two Ferns” offers a strange alternative.
[quote]The show’s host, the comedian Zach Galifianakis, plays so oblivious that the questions he poses often read as nonsensical and offensive. (“What is it like to be the last black president?” Mr. Galifianakis asked President Obama with a straight face in 2014.)
[quote]The show has attracted high-profile guests, like Mr. Obama and Brad Pitt, who have willingly signed up to be mocked by Mr. Galifianakis. The results are often very popular on the internet, where Mrs. Clinton has striven to appeal to younger voters who might enjoy a well-placed cutting joke.
[quote]Her appearance, posted by the site Funny or Die on Thursday, could also be another example of the candidate getting a helping hand from friends in Hollywood.
[quote]On Wednesday, an employee of the Clinton campaign tweeted that some members of the cast of “The West Wing,” including Martin Sheen and Allison Janney, would be campaigning for Mrs. Clinton in Ohio. That same day, the director Joss Whedon announced the creation of a super PAC in support of Mrs. Clinton, and kicked it off with a video that featured celebrities including Scarlett Johansson and Robert Downey Jr.
[quote]But “Between Two Ferns” was not exactly a lovefest. It was more of a weirdfest. Scott Aukerman, who produces the show and directed the episode with Mrs. Clinton, said that the interviews are meant to be a roast of the guest, and that the material was “95 percent improvised.” Mr. Aukerman also said that, while Mr. Obama was informed of the full reach of “Between Two Ferns” at the last minute — by his daughter Malia, no less — Mrs. Clinton had the idea to appear.
[quote“She really set us at ease early on by being so game to do it,” Mr. Aukerman said, “and one of the first few jokes she laughed really loud at, so we had to reset.”
[quote]When Mrs. Clinton was first introduced, the words “Had Pneumonia” appeared under her name on screen. “Are you excited to be the first girl president?” Mr. Galifianakis asked. He also wanted to know how fast she could type in her secretary job, ignoring that the job was secretary of state.
[quote]While Mr. Obama had playfully laid into Mr. Galifianakis during his 2014 interview — “What’s it like for this to be the last time you ever talk to a president?” — Mrs. Clinton appeared mostly deadpan, letting her host do most of the comedic legwork.
[quote]“What happens if you become pregnant?” He asked Mrs. Clinton. “Are we going to be stuck with Tim Kaine for nine months?”
[quote]In this case, she had a wry reply: “I could send you some pamphlets that might help you understand.”
[quote]The last half of the six-minute show was devoted to her Republican opponent, Donald J. Trump, with questions that contained pointed jabs at Mr. Trump’s views on minorities. Mrs. Clinton was asked if she would move to Canada or lead the civil war when Mr. Trump becomes president.
[quote]After a joke about guns, Mrs. Clinton shook her head and said, “I really regret doing this.”
[quote]At one point, she was actually asked a policy question. But while she was explaining her hopes for improving the economy, she was interrupted by a Trump ad.
[quote]Mrs. Clinton played along: “Why would you play a commercial from my opponent in the middle of our interview?”
[quote]“He paid me in steaks,” he replied, adding a scatological joke. (This is the one that got a loud laugh out of Mrs. Clinton.)
[quote]But Mrs. Clinton wasn’t totally off the hook: The interview wrapped up with Mr. Galifianakis asking if the two could stay in touch by email.
|by Anonymous||replies 24||9 hours ago|
The Empire star recently appeared on Watch What Happens Live and shocked fans by looking thinner than ever.
No Cookies for Gabby!
|by Cookie||replies 80||9 hours ago|
Pauley's promotion is -- in part -- a signal that the show itself isn't changing. Executive producer Rand Morrison is staying in place. And Pauley, 65, is well known to "CBS Sunday Morning" viewers.
|by Anonymous||replies 14||9 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||replies 26||9 hours ago|
Is it supposed to be any good? It looks scary from the previews, although all the work done on Geena Davis's face makes her look bizarre.
|by Anonymous||replies 26||10 hours ago|
The adorable, thick bootied cumslut. Tanner recently beat Curtis as Sean Cody's most prolific model and shows no signs of quitting.
|by Anonymous||replies 313||10 hours ago|
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|by Anonymous||replies 439||10 hours ago|
In the 1960s and 1970s, teachers and public service announcements told young children that if they got lost to go up to someone in a uniform and ask for help.
I think when The Village People became popular, they stopped teaching that.
|by Anonymous||replies 44||10 hours ago|
We've never fully discussed, praised and trashed Shelley Winters like we have other stars. And I'm afraid that our younger gaylings may not even know who she was. She led a very colorful life which she detailed in TWO autobiographies.
She took some of Hollywood's finest cock. Marlon Brando, Burt Lancaster, Vittorio Gassman.
She was roommates with Marilyn Monroe and credits herself with teaching Marilyn the famous lips parted, alluring smile.
She's played in some great movies, even though at times her acting sucks. She's laughably bad in "I Am A Camera" and if I had been Julie Harris, I would have demanded she be removed from the picture. I still don't see how in her later career, she got good roles. Did she work for cheap? Everybody praises her in "Lolita" but I don't think she does anything that 10 other actresses couldn't have done (and they would have done the nude scene she refused to do).
She sort of modeled herself as one of the queens of acting theory, so much so that she even made a cultural exchange trip to Russia during the Iron Curtain days.
Later in her career, she because the queen of the talk show circuit, often showing herself to be a cunt of the highest order. Here she is pouring a glass of water over a very pompous, and probably drunk, Oliver Reed. I've discussed this clip with other people, and while Reed was being a total dick, Shelley just proves the point he was trying to make.
So, post all your love, hate and sentiment here for Shelley Winters.
|by Anonymous||replies 94||10 hours ago|
Keep it coming you dumb buttholes!
|by Melanoma||replies 28||10 hours ago|
Only one has died (Ted Knight). Well two if you count Nancy Walker. That show was on 45 years ago and only one main character has died! So who will be next?
|by Anonymous||replies 3||10 hours ago|
This is going to sound morbid but I love visiting graveyards when I travel. Sometimes it's the closest you can get to celebrities. Some of my favorites include Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, the old graveyards of Boston (I love the artwork on the gravestones, so haunting) and Westwood in Beverly Hills (Marilyn Monroe and Natalie Wood's final resting place).
Père Lachaise remains my favorite...so grand and gorgeous and so many of the world's culturally elite all together in the same place.
|by Anonymous||replies 121||10 hours ago|
...I can't quite figure out what this is. A goth'y rock musical starring Grace Jones, Iggy Pop, Lemmy, Slash, Josh Homme and others, accompanied by a live band? Is that right? I dunno. It looks like it might be a lot of fun or a total cheese fest. Apparently, it's already had a few performances in Europe this summer. Anyone seen it?
|by Anonymous||replies 0||11 hours ago|
Bill, he's one of those people who is always right even when he's wrong. He talks like he knows everything when clearly he doesn't know what he's talking about on many subjects.
His response to anyone not believing him is "Google it". When he's wrong he keeps talking and digging in his heals until the other person just gives up.
He's contradictory; you say something is white he'll say it's cream.
Unfortunately he's my boyfriends friend so sometimes I have to interact with him but try to limit those interactions.
|by Anonymous||replies 37||11 hours ago|
Dax from TMZ
|by Anonymous||replies 423||11 hours ago|
Idiotic Trump Twats or Neurotic Clinton Concern Trolls?
|by Anonymous||replies 1||11 hours ago|
Airing at 8:30 pm EST. Part 1 of 2
|by Anonymous||replies 169||11 hours ago|
She might seem perfect but this celebrity married to an A+ list mostly movie actor has a big coke problem. I think she does it to stay thin.
|by Anonymous||replies 105||11 hours ago|
I'll be listening to it on a long drive today! Just thought the Bowie fans would want to know...
|by Anonymous||replies 4||11 hours ago|
I'm a 33 year old American. I have never been to IHop in my life. This Sunday, that all changes when I join a friend for breakfast. Will I turn pre-diabetic just breathing in all of the sugary fumes from the kitchen? Will the post-menopausal waitress ( I presume) flirt with me or will she gay bash me? What should I enjoy for this first-time culinary adventure? Are the bathrooms cruisy?
|by Is it this the 'rooty tooty' place or the 'grand slam' place?||replies 54||11 hours ago|
Totally hot guy with an infectious smile. So what do we think of him?
|by Anonymous||replies 0||11 hours ago|
Notice the emergency exists to the front and rear. Our friendly, fun, glamorously appointed staff are here to meet all your whiny assed needs. Any attempts at joining The Mile High Club are strictly prohibited unless done accompanied by an attendant. Suggestions to improve customer experience flying with DL Airlines, will be greatly appreciated. And by all means, please secure your cats.
|by Anonymous||replies 121||11 hours ago|
Anyone ever see it? I know he sued websites that had it, but is there any link?
|by Anonymous||replies 12||11 hours ago|
What's the dish on all of the celebrity chefs?
I love Alex Guarnaschelli, Ted Allen, Marcus Samuelsson, and Amanda Freitag. I hope they're nice people, because they seem nice.
Is Rocco DiSpirito still single? Mmm hmmm.
Anybody else in love with Tyler Florence? He's hottie.
Jeffrey Zakarian and Bobby Flay both seem like total dickholes! No wonder Bobby is with anorexic Giada. The ginger and the lollipop...
|by Anonymous||replies 506||11 hours ago|
What porn performers are an instant turn off when you see them on screen?
|by Anonymous||replies 13||11 hours ago|
I hate this man
|by Anonymous||replies 6||11 hours ago|
Continuing all discussing all things about Dena Higley obsession Rafe, the continuing downfall of Days and future Oscar winner Billy Flynn.
|by Anonymous||replies 455||11 hours ago|
Just watched these two movies on Netflix last night and I highly recommend them. They both rate 5 stars on Netflix which is a feat for a gay themed film. Holding the Man is based on a book writen by the lead character in the film of the true story of how he, an aspiring actor and his partner, the captain of the high school football team met and fell in love. The acting is superb within a brilliant screenplay and you literally fall in love with these guys. The story moves on to a serious note but I will leave that to your anticipation. I rarely get teary eyed in movies but this one really turned on the waterworks. I still encourage anyone to see it. It is so honest and real.
4th Man Out is a coming out story for a guy coming out to his 3 best straight friends and his family. There is a lot of comedy here but a lot of sincere heartwarming moments too. Its a real feel good movie and the acting as well was amazing.
|by Anonymous||replies 36||12 hours ago|
Trump campaign police advocate fired from airline job after criminal charge
- Vincent Caldara, who flew plane for Pence, accused of battery with weapon
- Clinton camp says Trump in ‘sewer’ as debate looms and fight gets dirty
|by Anonymous||replies 3||12 hours ago|
Who was Mrs. Beasley?
|by No googling!||replies 20||12 hours ago|
Dead at 24
|by Anonymous||replies 41||12 hours ago|
But this time with the presidential seal!
|by Anonymous||replies 11||12 hours ago|
I mean so what? Mark Cuban?
|by Anonymous||replies 11||12 hours ago|
Im catching up on the show on Netflix. First season was brilliant t. I'm 2 episodes into season 2 and its very blah. Does it get better?
|by Anonymous||replies 13||12 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||replies 6||12 hours ago|
A gay man being called "a lady" "delicate", and other references to his being effeminate; or a lesbian being told she looked like a man, asked if she had a dick, etc...Yes, it's all hurtful;but I'm wondering if someone doesn't accept themselves for who they are which sex would feel more hurt.
|by Anonymous||replies 42||12 hours ago|
It's like a huge pink bump with no head on it. It's gotten bigger, now about the size of a marble. Itchy and painful. Hard to the touch
there used to be a couple of docs on the DL... Still here?
|by Asking for a friend||replies 193||12 hours ago|
Heatwave in NoCal is not good.
|by Anonymous||replies 1||12 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||replies 16||12 hours ago|
- Hanging up the phone without saying goodbye - Interacting with a computer exclusively through a keyboard
|by Mr. Wizard||replies 62||12 hours ago|
this is a good film, and a good counter point to the ugly book Jeffrey Toobin is selling.
Did Natasha Richardson get much attention for this role?
She's really good as are Ving Rhames, Frances Fisher and Dana Delaney (she's very charismatic in this)
|by Anonymous||replies 2||12 hours ago|
Do you identify with fellow homos more than any other group you may be part of, e.g. does Gay come first or does Black or Southerner or Gamer or Artist or Accountant or Bulls Fan or Marathoner, etc.?
So if you're with a large group of people, do you seek out the other gamers first or the other gays?
|by Anonymous||replies 22||12 hours ago|
They ignore, don't count, don't evaluate, and don't understand risk and failure.
|by Anonymous||replies 35||12 hours ago|
I'll start: "hater". When did it stop being OK to hate someone or something? Is calling me a hater supposed to wound?
|by Anonymous||replies 150||12 hours ago|
Where is she? What happened?
|by Anonymous||replies 277||12 hours ago|
Those hets and their family values!
|by Anonymous||replies 66||12 hours ago|
After reading that Jim Carey lawsuit it seems like the majority of these celebs have herpes. Its such a small circle and herpes is so easily spread.
|by Anonymous||replies 27||12 hours ago|
It needed to be said !
Unlike most straight men who don't have to question their masculinity, at least nowhere near as much as gay men. Most straight men emotionally progress naturally into acceptance of their masculinity at a far earlier age. For one thing, they aren't exposed to the constant barrage of attacks during their fundamental growth years saying that they aren't (manly) due to their homosexuality. Sad, but so many gay men spend the rest of their lives trying to fulfill an unrealistic adolescent vision of masculinity.
|by Anonymous||replies 12||12 hours ago|
The visual gag alone was worth it.
|by Anonymous||replies 2||12 hours ago|
I think I've read most of them but surely there are a lot of gems I've missed.
|by Anonymous||replies 57||12 hours ago|
Vanilla Coke Zero
|by Anonymous||replies 61||12 hours ago|
New season begins Sunday August 28 on FX!
|by Anonymous||replies 86||13 hours ago|
“American Male,” a new short from filmmaker Michael Rohrbaugh, is challenging young American men to examine their privilege and the way they breed a toxic form of masculinity.
The film, which won MTV’s Look Different Creator Competition, was born from Rohrbaugh’s own struggle with his sexuality and his past efforts to police his behavior.
|by Anonymous||replies 51||13 hours ago|
I can't find any threads about this oldie but a goodie masterpiece. It's a YouTube saga featuring black divas like Janet, Whitney, Diana, Beyoncé, Dionne Warwick, Mariah, etc. but the main event is Patti LaBelle vs. a very cranky Aretha Franklin.
I rewatch when I'm having a bad day and it's better than vodka.
|by Anonymous||replies 25||13 hours ago|
Although the LATimes used a standard story format rather than a Graph like the NYTimes the point is well made. Goes on to say that people that support this moron are generally paranoid and prone to basically trust people like Trump with His special message that no one but HIM can be trusted... Sick Sick man. Straight out of Hitlers Play Book - Tell LIes, double Down on LIes and call everything GREAT!
|by Anonymous||replies 4||13 hours ago|
Nothing but BS from the orange utan
|by Anonymous||replies 2||13 hours ago|
I'm halfway through watching Olive Kitteridge and I don't understand it. Is the woman menopausal? Depressed? Just a mean bitch? Will the ending tell me what's going on?
I love Frances McDormand but the story is as boring as all hell. I think she's doing a great acting job for what she's given.
And Richard Jenkins (Rhode Island resident for those who read the RI thread) does an excellent job as her husband.
Has anyone ever read the book? Did the mini-serialization ruin the source material? What's it all about, Olive?
|by Anonymous||replies 14||13 hours ago|
I did it already. Why do they keep asking?
|by Anonymous||replies 0||13 hours ago|
Corey Feldman will have hell to pay in court if he keeps spreading lies about the late Corey Haim ... so says Haim's mother.
Judy Haim tells TMZ she's pissed about Corey Feldman blabbing to the media about alleged sexual abuse her son suffered as a kid in Hollywood.
She says that's all BS ... adding Feldman is just looking for attention and a big paycheck. Judy also says she sent Feldman a cease and desist letter back in July ... threatening him to stop the lies, or else.
Judy says she'll pursue legal action if Feldman doesn't shut his trap. It might be an uphill battle ... seeing as how you can't defame a dead person.
Feldman's rep tells us he's constantly asked about Haim, especially recently. The rep adds Feldman has tried to be respectful of both Corey and Judy.
|by Anonymous||replies 20||13 hours ago|
It will be available tomorrow on Amazon! Yay! I can't wait!!!
|by Jill||replies 26||13 hours ago|
She's got such a sleazy job to do, but I adore watching her do it. She was fantastic on Bill Maher this weekend.
|by Anonymous||replies 5||13 hours ago|
I'm starting a meetup for gay men with more "traditional" gay interests - classic movies, opera, theater, dinner parties, etc. what should I call it, and how best would such a group be described?
|by Anonymous||replies 181||13 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||replies 6||13 hours ago|
I'm the used syringe he saw and ignored in the lavoratory while haplessly trying to roll a joint between shots.
|by Zahara "Zee" Jolie-Pitt||replies 92||13 hours ago|
Apparently he gets caught sexting during the making of the documentary. It has a 93% on RT. Has anyone seen it yet?
|by Anonymous||replies 15||13 hours ago|
We all need to face the inedible and realize IT'S OVER
Will you do that?
|by Anonymous||replies 13||13 hours ago|
First baseball player Jose Fernandez of the Marlins, then famed golfer Arnold Palmer. Who will be the third?
|by Anonymous||replies 19||13 hours ago|
I'm all for a few block parties a year, but does there have to be one every goddamned fucking weekend of every week of every month between May and October?
We've had five weeks in a row of loud concerts and/or road closures.
Why can't people have a fucking concert inside of an auditorium? What's so fucking special about having it in someone else's front yard?
|by Anonymous||replies 2||13 hours ago|
Wants to be able to ban actors ages from IMDB.com
|by Anonymous||replies 22||13 hours ago|
The phrase "it cost an arm and a leg": In the 17th and 18th centuries (and I guess earlier) it cost more money for each limb that was painted in portraits. That's why a lot of paintings have an arm tucked into a coat and a profile of someone on a horse and such. You could tell how wealthy someone was by the portraits in their home.
|by Let's all learn something||replies 222||14 hours ago|
In 2014 the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (also called the CSB) released a report to journalists under a close-hold embargo. When challenged, the then managing director of the CSB, Daniel Horowitz, told Oransky's Embargo Watch that the close-hold embargo was used “on the theory that this would provide a more orderly process.” He then stated that the board was going to “drop the policy in its entirety for future reports.”
Privately, however, a CSB public affairs specialist noted in an e-mail, [bold]“Frankly, I wish we did have more stenographers out there. Government agencies trying to control the information flow is an old story, but the other side of the story is that government agencies that do good work often have a difficult time getting their story told in an era of journalistic skepticism and partisan bickering and bureaucratic infighting.”[/bold]
God forbid the media be allowed to expose propaganda to the hoi polloi!
|by Gravity waves, bosons and bullshit||replies 2||14 hours ago|
THAT never happens......
|by Anonymous||replies 32||14 hours ago|
Not just in this campaign, but always. He seems like the sort of guy who can get away with say, calling the receptionist "hot legs" and she giggles whereas if any other man, straight or gay called her that, she'd be filing a lawsuit or bashing his head in.
Obviously not everybody likes Trump and I'm sure plenty of people in his non-political life think he's a loudmouthed ass, but it seems that there are enough people who fall for his charms that he's never had to worry about shooting his mouth off.
Compare that to poor Hillary who can't seem to be able to say "Good morning" without people second guessing why she thought today was a particularly good morning.
|by Anonymous||replies 18||14 hours ago|
Just because the other thread incorrectly labels this current run as "Season 3."
If that person actually watched the show, they would know that this is still the second season - not the third.
|by Anonymous||replies 3||14 hours ago|
OK, I get it if people are getting out of control with modifications.
But I asked a place to remove the lettuce from a sandwich and they said, "Sorry, the sandwich must be served as offered." WTF?
|by Anonymous||replies 109||14 hours ago|
On the eve of the first presidential debate, Donald Trump’s campaign manager Kellyanne Conway, described her candidate Sunday as “the Babe Ruth of debating,” a glowing assessment that’s unusual at a time when both camps typically work to rein in expectations.
“He’s a brilliant debater,” Conway said on ABC’s “This Week.” “Newt Gingrich put it best. The former Speaker recently said Donald Trump is the best debater he’s ever seen. He’s like the Babe Ruth of debating. He really shows up and swings and does a great job.”
Trump has complained that the moderators of the debates may be unfair to him. But Conway said she’s not troubled by any of them, including Monday night’s moderator, Lester Holt.
“He’s certainly going to be a good debate moderator tomorrow in that I trust that all of these moderators … for all the debates, including the VP debate next week, will be asking questions that benefit the voter,” she said.
|by Anonymous||replies 16||14 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||replies 9||14 hours ago|
How many females are here? How many trans folk? Let's see, shall we?
|by Anonymous||replies 3||14 hours ago|
I think it would help everyone relax if they both opened with a song.
I'm thinking Some People from Gypsy would work for Trump. I could gesture down at all the immigrants and muslims in the audience....Some people AIN't ME!!!
For Hillary I'd go with I'm Alive from Xanadu...to take focus off the brain injury stuff/falling down stuff.
Share your ideas!!!!
|by Anonymous||replies 24||14 hours ago|
Justin Trudeau has emerged as “the most prominent and popular political figure on the planet,” says global affairs minister Stéphane Dion, and world leaders are counting on him to encourage the next American president to support multilateral institutions like the United Nations.
“The world is concerned (about the U.S. presidential race) and the world is counting on Canada to have a positive influence on the United States, especially when the most prominent and popular political figure on the planet is our prime minister,” Dion said Tuesday in an interview with Postmedia. “I have been told that by everyone. It’s easy to have an entrée when you are the minister of foreign affairs for Justin Trudeau, let me tell you.”
|by Anonymous||replies 56||14 hours ago|
Leading people to speculate he's back.
|by Anonymous||replies 48||14 hours ago|
Kelley Walton Johnson's GIANT COCK is back, and it's been promoted to bosun!
Kate Chastain, Ben's former fling, but she has a girlfriend this time.
Ben Robinson, the sexy Brit chef, also returns. Will he still want to get into Kate's pants, even if they're sapphicly occupied at the moment?
Also on deck: Trevor Walker (senior deckhand), Nico Scholly (second deckhand), Lauren Burchell (deckhand), Emily Warburton-Adams (second stew), and Sierra Storm (third stew).
Now with male nudity and even more gay antics!
|by Candy Ohen||replies 96||14 hours ago|
Anthony Weiner carried on a months-long online sexual relationship with a troubled 15-year-old girl telling her she made him 'hard,' asking her to dress up in 'school-girl' outfits and pressing her to engage in 'rape fantasies'
A high school girl, whose name is being withheld by DailyMail.com because she is a minor, reveals the online relationship began last January
Weiner and Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton's top aide, were still together
He told the teen that it had been a year since he and Huma had sex
The girl says she told him she was 15 and a sophomore in high school; messages confirm he knew she was underage
In one message Weiner tells the girl 'I would bust that tight p***y'
She claims Weiner asked her to undress and encouraged her to touch herself and say his name over video chat
Weiner would not get fully nude, but usually shirtless and wearing boxers
Weiner did not deny exchanging 'flirtatious' messages with the teen to DailyMail.com. He declined to comment on the specifics
|by Anonymous||replies 145||14 hours ago|
I came downstairs this morning and my son had brought in a package left on the porch by USPS. I order a lot of items online and didn't think anything was out of order. When I opened the package there was a strong chemical /plastic odor and the item inside was a 'Michael Kors' bag- clearly an extremely low quality knock off.
I checked the package shipping label and it did have my address but not my name, it was some random name that isn't any name I have heard before (not stereotypically American sounding) and not the name of any of my neighbors. I checked my bank account and went back several months and nothing is amiss.
I was going to bring it to work Monday and talk to the mail carrier about trying to find who it should be delivered to as somebody paid for this thing but the odor was so overwhelming that I just retaped it and marked it 'not at this address, return to sender' on it and put it back outside.
I have never purchased a knock off before, do people REALLY think the money saved is worth the odor, low quality and obvious inauthenticity just to have a specific label's lettering/name on it? Who buys this shit? Googling the company's address brought up a score of complaints and people seem to be spending about $80 on this crap.
|by Anonymous||replies 26||14 hours ago|
I've never understood the purpose of a slip. Are they a religious garment, like Mormon underwear?
Especially confusing are half-slips that women wear under skirts. Why would you need a slip under a skirt?
|by Anonymous||replies 74||14 hours ago|
Continue your foolishness here.
|by Anonymous||replies 1||14 hours ago|
Watching the Weiner documentary and I am no further in comprehending what makes Huma Abedin tick? She is virtually silent, does a lot of eye rolling, deflects, runs away from meetings, offers no insight whatsoever into her motivations for evening sticking around with Weiner. I can see what Hillary Clinton would like about her. Huma is fundamentally a disengaged character, quietly pursues her own agenda. Robotic.
|by Anonymous||replies 10||14 hours ago|
Mia Farrow’s son, Thaddeus Wilk Farrow, died Wednesday at Danbury Hospital in Connecticut, where the 71-year-old actress lives. He was 27.
Law enforcement officials say Thaddeus was found in his car suffering from a life threatening injury, and was transported to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. There is no foul play suspected, according to the report from Connecticut state police obtained by ET. No additional details have been released at this time.
Thaddeus – who was paraplegic as a result of suffering from polio – was adopted by the Rosemary’s Baby star from Calcutta, India 22 years ago. He is one of 10 children Mia has adopted.
|by Anonymous||replies 94||14 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||replies 9||15 hours ago|
Of the most recent celebrity scandals, who will suffer the least amount of career damage?
|by Anonymous||replies 2||15 hours ago|
"Torch Song" (with DL goddess Joan Crawford in blackface!) followed by the TCM premiere of "Torch Song Trilogy!"
|by Anonymous||replies 4||15 hours ago|
How soon will Milo get his account back?
|by Anonymous||replies 2||15 hours ago|
Pence refuses to answer questions on political 'puppetry' and big donations
- Trump VP struggles with questions about Clinton ‘pay to play’ claims
- Indiana governor counts Koch brothers among key donors
|by Anonymous||replies 9||15 hours ago|
This happened in Austin. There were 3 lines of customers. I waited in the middle line. I had to register my carry-on cat and the rep behind the counter interrupted our business mid-transaction when his co-worker standing next to him asked him for help with her customer. He completed that transaction for her and it took at least 4 minutes. His attention returned to me and we continued the paperwork. Then his co-worker on the other side of him interrupted out business mid-transaction and he completely handled the issue for her customer. This took at least 5 minutes. The co-workers' customers he helped ahead of me made their flights and I missed mine. The flight left at 7:00 and I made it to the gate at 7:01.
I went back and complained. All 3 of the reps were smug and unapologetic. I asked for their manager and the rep who checked me in said there was no manager. Is this true? I asked for their 3 names and one of his female co-workers refused to give it to me. Is this a violation of airline or FAA policy?
Since I couldn't complain to an airline manager, I asked for the rep to give me a video copy of the whole check-in procedure so I would have documentation that their lousy customer service caused me to miss my flight. The rep said that wasn't possible. I said I thought everything in the airport was videotaped. The rep said it was, but I would have to ask the Austin Police Dept for the footage because the airline did not own the footage.So I approached the Austin police officers working in the airport about acquiring the footage through a FOIA request and they said the footage would not be made available because it wasn't a criminal matter.
I was going home because my grandfather was on his deathbed and I lost a good 4 hours of my time with him. Do I have any recourse?
|by Anonymous||replies 25||15 hours ago|
It has to be patriotic. Trump will be in a navy suit with a red tie. I think she should be colorful.
|by Anonymous||replies 27||15 hours ago|
Four people were killed in a shooting at a mall in Burlington, Washington, on Friday night, a spokesman for the Washington state patrol tweeted. Police are searching for at least one shooter, Sgt. Mark Francis said.
Police are sweeping stores in the mall.
Burlington is about an hour north of Seattle.
[quote]4 confirmed deceased in the mall, shooter(s) left scene b4 police arrived, unknown # of shooter, possibly just 1, police clearing mall now
[quote]Active shooter description: Hispanic male wearing grey. Last seen walking towards I5 from Cascade Mall burlington.
|by Anonymous||replies 181||15 hours ago|
Just saw this sign in a business in Ohio.
They had nasty ones about Obama/Biden in 2012, too.
|by Anonymous||replies 4||15 hours ago|
God knows they need some hits again.
|by Anonymous||replies 20||15 hours ago|
I'll start. George Peppard from A Team.
|by Anonymous||replies 456||16 hours ago|
I've been trying to seduce a straight coworker of mine for a long time. Last night when he was really drunk, he agreed to let me give him head. To my utter embarrassment, despite all of my skill and experience, I couldn't get him off. I could barely keep him hard. I finally gave up and he passed out. At least he didn't puke. Now what am I going to do when I see him tomorrow? I'm thinking of calling in sick, but eventually I'll have to face him. Has anyone else ever had this happen?
|by Anonymous||replies 31||16 hours ago|
Share your story.
|by Anonymous||replies 3||16 hours ago|
This 38-person commune shows the lengths millennials will go to live in San Francisco
|by Anonymous||replies 15||16 hours ago|
Jared Leto is the only one who has held up well.
|by Anonymous||replies 3||16 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||replies 11||16 hours ago|
"predict Hillary Clinton will perform brilliantly & T***p bombastically & aggressively & next day Clinton will sink in polls & T***p rise"
Think she's right?
Oates refuses to type Trump's full name.
|by Anonymous||replies 4||16 hours ago|
He was last seen putting on a dapper display at the Emmys.
But Kevin Spacey, 57, ditched his suit for traditional lederhosen as he enjoyed a stein or two of ale at Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany, on Saturday.
The actor added a flatcap to his traditional Bavarian-wear and went about enjoying some beers with pals.
|by Anonymous||replies 2||16 hours ago|
*******BREAKING MCCLATCHY MARIST NATIONAL POLL******* CLINTON 48 LA DEPLORABLE 41
WASHINGTON Hillary Clinton heads into the first presidential debate with a 7-point lead over Donald Trump, but doubts among voters about about her trustworthiness and stamina are keeping Trump in the race, according to a new McClatchy-Marist poll.
“You wouldn’t bet for Clinton,” said Lee Miringoff, the director of the Marist Institute for Public Opinion in New York, which conducted the nationwide survey. “But you certainly wouldn’t bet against her at this time.”
The first presidential debate is Monday at Hofstra University in New York and “clearly the stakes couldn’t be any higher for both of them,” Miringoff said.
She leads in a two-way matchup with Trump by 48-41. She leads in a 4-way contest 45-39, with Libertarian Gary Johnson drawing 10 percent support and Green candidate Jill Stein getting 4 percent.
Read more here:
|by Dr Lulu Fong||replies 85||16 hours ago|
Some people have this ability, such as this talented person:
"I am an earthquake "sensitive." What I actually detect is underground magma flows that can trigger earthquakes. That energy affects some animals and a few of us humans. The energy causes headaches and joint pain, especially in the neck, and it can cause other ailments that disappear after the quake and aftershocks happen. In recent years I have detected magma flows, and those flows are active right now: 1. Mt. Shasta; 2. Lassen Peak; 3. 30 miles west of Red Bluff; 4. 60 miles NW of Redding; 6. Yellowstone NP; 6. One near Willows, California, probably a few miles NE of Willows. If there is enough magma pressure, and, if there is enough stress on the fault, the shifting fault is the earthquake. I do not detect mine collapses, falling objects, landslides, blasting or underground collapses where water and oil have been removed. All of these are shallow shakers. Fault-type shakers are usually at least 20 miles deep and often deeper."
|by Magma Mary||replies 3||16 hours ago|
When will it end?
|by Anonymous||replies 10||17 hours ago|
The bottom. Got an ID? I gave the official site a quick glance, but didn't spot him. He seems much better looking than the average cf guy.
|by Anonymous||replies 11||17 hours ago|
Begins Thursday, September 15.
Alex Snyder, 30, San Francisco, CA -- Brik Allen, 26, Baton Rouge, LA -- Cornelius Ortiz, 24, Worcester, MA -- Dexter Simmons, 32, Oakland, CA -- Erin Robertson, 29, Cambridge, MA -- Ian Hargrove, 30, Chicago, IL -- Jenni Riccetti, 22, San Francisco, CA -- Kimber Richardson, 42, New York City, NY -- Laurence Basse, 41, Los Angeles, CA -- Linda Marcus, 55, Milwaukee, WI -- Mah-Jing Wong, 28, Philadelphia, PA -- Nathalia JMag, 34, Framingham, MA -- Rik Villa, 31, Los Angeles, CA -- Roberi Parra, 32, Miami, FL -- Sarah Donofrio, 34, Portland, OR -- Tasha Henderson, 33, Shreveport, LA
|by Anonymous||replies 143||17 hours ago|
Protests have erupted in Charlotte, North Carolina after another African-American man was shot and killed by police on Tuesday afternoon. The victim was reportedly disabled and was reading a book in his car when cops approached him.
According to police reports, officers came across Keith Lamont Scott while they were at his apartment complex to serve a warrant to someone else. Police claim that Scott had a gun and “posed an imminent deadly threat to the officers,” but family and witnesses dispute that claim. A woman identifying herself as the victim’s daughter, Lyric Scott, said that her father didn’t have a gun, he had a book.
“He sits in the shade, reads his book, does his studies, and waits on his kid to get off the bus,” the woman said. “He didn’t have no gun. He wasn’t messing with nobody. All they did, them ‘jumpout boys,’ them undercover detectives, they jumped out their truck, they said, ‘Hands up he got a gun, he got a gun, pow pow pow pow.’ That’s it.”
Protesters poured onto the streets of Charlotte on Tuesday night, chanting “Black lives matter” and “Hands up don’t shoot.” Police turned out in riot gear and have deployed tear gas to control the crowds. Meanwhile, the number of protesters continues to grow.
You can watch video of the protests below
|by Anonymous||replies 360||17 hours ago|
Holy. Fucking. Shit!
How did this show get a green light? Who thought this was a good idea?
Did the TSA, CIA, NSA, FBI, DHS, and the other DHS pay promotional expenses? Is Dick Cheney the executive producer?
Was "24" not militaristic enough for the "black book" government money wasted on "entertainment" like this?
The portrayal of the geopolitics of the Straits of Hormuz, and this alpha dog ambassador meeting...Jesus, it's like they are trying to make Americans even dumber about international political reality than they already are.
Sickening. Fuck ABC.
|by Anonymous||replies 25||17 hours ago|
I'm in love.
|by Anonymous||replies 209||17 hours ago|
Season premiere in less than a month -- please post news and opinions here.
What is the new season about? I think they put out many misleading teasers, but one correct one.
|by Anonymous||replies 278||17 hours ago|
This cast sucks. Who the hell is in charge of casting? What a disaster.
|by Anonymous||replies 141||17 hours ago|
Suck it bitches!!!!!!
|by CZJ forever 33||replies 59||17 hours ago|
Clinton camp says Trump in 'sewer' as debate looms and fight gets dirty
- Mark Cuban and Gennifer Flowers at center of debate guest controversy
- Trump chief denies investor linked to Russia talks is part of campaign
|by Anonymous||replies 0||17 hours ago|
Death Bed: The Bed That Eats People
Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things
The Gorgeous Hussy
|by Anonymous||replies 148||17 hours ago|
Make or break: the defining moments of presidential debates
As Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump prepare to meet in the first of three 2016 presidential debates, we look back over 50 years of head-to-head bouts
|by Anonymous||replies 0||17 hours ago|
It just hit me today.
Any plans for the Fall?
Are you looking forward to mug-cradling, pumpkin spice, and falling leaves? I think I am.
The nice thing is that this has been a very pleasant Summer. No prolonged periods of heat or severe weather. Overall, it's been very nice.
But still, Fall is always my favorite time of the year.
|by Anonymous||replies 169||17 hours ago|
He is so handsome and sweet. I want to milk him.
|by Anonymous||replies 3||17 hours ago|
Courtney Love is recording "Live Through This" in Stipe's hometown, Athens, while River is dying in LA. "Live Through This" is released one week after the death of Kurt Cobain.
Gus met Stipe for the first time through River, who brought him on the set of MOPI. This was also the movie he allegedly got hooked on drugs in. Was there something else going on? We hear news this week that Prince's meds were mislabeled and his last Tweet was "Just when you thought you were safe" and he died in an elevator, after having a long fear of them and associating them with The Devil.
So what is going on in the Music industry and what does Van Sant really know about the events surrounding the untimely deaths of both Phoenix and Cobain? Keanu Reeves, Phoenix's best friend at the time was allegedly involved with David Geffen at the time, who was having trouble with Cobain a few months before his death.
|by Anonymous||replies 268||17 hours ago|
I was asked to join a FB group called Deplorables, I thought it was a sarcastic group that would poke fun at Trump.
Bunch of nasty hateful people spewing negativity; they posted some ugly rumor and I went on snopes to see it if was true; it wasn't so I went back and posted the snopes link.
People started attacking me, they didn't want to hear the truth or anything contrary to their belief. I opted out of the group and blocked it and as many individual members as I could.
This world is scary; Trump may have shined a light on them, but whether he wins or loses they'll till be there. Ready to fight. Ready to hate. Ready to hate some more.
|by Anonymous||replies 5||18 hours ago|
Gurl is hammered!!
|by Anonymous||replies 8||18 hours ago|
Does Anyone have juicy 90s gossip?
|by Anonymous||replies 0||18 hours ago|
This show is so fun and over the top and stupid and terrible and awesome.
Total guilty pleasure.
So happy it's back for a new season!
|by Anonymous||replies 15||18 hours ago|
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|by Anonymous||replies 13||18 hours ago|
Discount Andrew Garfield?
|by Anonymous||replies 3||18 hours ago|
Is it meth? He used to be so pretty.
|by Anonymous||replies 23||18 hours ago|
It should be coming up! He better get jail time.
|by Anonymous||replies 11||18 hours ago|
I love E-MO-TION and it is a big treat now there is more. Seems to me very Pet Shop Boys of her to release a disc of "B Sides".
|by Clementine Mirabelle Sprig||replies 8||18 hours ago|
Critique her clothes folding technique.
|by Anonymous||replies 4||18 hours ago|
Second poll confirms that Hillary's about to lose PA...
The Hill reports:
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s lead over Republican rival Donald Trump has narrowed to 3 points in the battleground state of Pennsylvania, according to a new poll.
Clinton leads Trump, 44 percent to 41 percent, in the Morning Call/Muhlenberg College poll released late Saturday. One week ago, Clinton had a 9-point advantage in that poll, 47 percent to 38 percent.
Clinton’s lead in a four-way matchup is now 2 points, 40 percent to 38 percent, pollsters found. Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson has fallen to 8 percent support, and the Green Party’s Jill Stein has 3 percent.
|by Anonymous||replies 6||18 hours ago|
(CNN)Donald Trump is expanding the list of individuals he would consider naming to the Supreme Court, just days before the first presidential debate, in what appears to be his latest effort to shore up Republican and minority support.
Trump's latest additions put a sitting Republican senator who isn't supporting Trump and three non-white judges onto Trump's list of potential Supreme Court nominees, bringing the list to 21 names from the previous 10.
The list, which Trump is set to release later Friday, includes: Sen. Mike Lee of Utah, US Court of Appeals Judge Margaret Ryan, Iowa Supreme Court Justice Edward Mansfield, George Supreme Court Justice Keith Blackwell, Florida Supreme Court Justice Charles Candy, US Court of Appeals Chief Judge Timothy Tymkovich, US District Court Judge Amul Thapar, US District Court Judge Federico Moreno and Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert Young.
A Trump campaign aide confirmed the list, which was first reported Friday morning by NBC News.
The unusual move to release a list, rather than simply naming the kinds of justices he would seek to nominate, as nearly all presidential nominees, including his rival Hillary Clinton, have done, is part of his efforts to reassure conservatives in his candidacy.
Trump has repeatedly reminded conservatives wary of his candidacy of the importance of the President's power to fill Supreme Court vacancies in the wake of Justice Antonin Scalia's death earlier this year and as two justices on the bench are now over 80 years old.
Trump's latest additions appear to be continuing reassurance to conservatives.
"Donald Trump continues to take unprecedented steps to demonstrate that he intends to appoint justices like Scalia, Thomas, and Alito. Conservatives should be very pleased by the steps he has taken, and if he lives up to his promises we will have a Court that truly puts the rule of law ahead of political preferences," said Carrie Severino, of the conservative Judicial Crisis Network.
Mike Lee: thanks, but no thanks
Trump's pick of Lee, the Utah senator who is one of the last remaining Trump holdouts among Senate Republicans, appears to be a bid to gain not just Lee's support but also that of Sen. Ted Cruz, the Texas Republican who fought Trump for the GOP nomination until May and refused to endorse him during his speech at the Republican National Convention in July.
Cruz has continued to resist entreaties to endorse the Republican nominee, but he did meet last week with Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, Trump's running mate. Cruz's spokesperson did not immediately return a request for comment. Lee, meanwhile, isn't biting.
"Sen. Lee already has the job he wants which is why he is campaigning to represent the great people of Utah again this year. This new list does not change Sen. Lee's mind about Trump in any way whatsoever," Lee spokesman Conn Caroll said in a statement.
Lee's brother, an associate justice on the Utah Supreme Court, was listed in Trump's initial batch of 11 potential Supreme Court picks.
Previous list was all-white
Trump's list also brings diversity to his previous all-white cast of potential Supreme Court picks, just as Trump has ramped up his efforts in the last month to appeal to minority voters -- many of whom he has offended during his presidential campaign.
Thapar, a US district court judge, was the first South Asian to be named to an Article III federal judgeship in 2007.
Moreno, who serves on the district court for the southern district of Florida, is Hispanic and was born in Venezuela.
And Robert Young, the Michigan supreme court's chief justice, is African-American.
Trump also added a military veteran to his list by naming Ryan, a judge on the US Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, as another potential pick.
|by Anonymous||replies 2||18 hours ago|
I mean Melania! Well? Covers too much?
|by Anonymous||replies 6||18 hours ago|
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump for an hour and 20 minutes on Sunday at Trump Tower in Manhattan. He will meet with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton later Sunday, at 6:30 P.M. EST (1:30 A.M Israel time).
According to a Trump campaign press release, Trump told Netanyahu that if elected, “a Trump administration would finally accept the long-standing Congressional mandate to recognize Jerusalem as the undivided capital of the State of Israel.”
The Trump campaign statement said during the meeting, “Trump agreed that the military assistance provided to Israel and missile defense cooperation with Israel are an excellent investment for America,” amid the backdrop of speculation that Trump would support cutting U.S. military aid to Israel.
Trump told Netanyahu that if elected, “there will be extraordinary strategic, technological, military and intelligence cooperation between the two countries.” Trump added that Israel is a “vital partner of the United States in the global war against radical Islamic terrorism.” The two also discussed the nuclear deal with Iran and the fight against ISIS.
|by Anonymous||replies 2||19 hours ago|
Gennifer Flowers, a former model who had an extramarital sexual encounter with Bill Clinton in the 1980s, has reportedly accepted an invitation to sit in the front row during Hillary Clinton’s presidential debate with Donald Trump on Monday night.
Flowers herself appeared to confirm the report on Saturday, writing on Twitter: “Hi Donald. You know I’m in your corner and will definitely be at the debate!” Nine years earlier, however, Flowers said she would support Hillary Clinton in her first presidential campaign. Speaking in 2007, Flowers said: “I can’t help but want to support my own gender.” She added: “I don’t have any interest whatsoever in getting back out there and bashing Hillary Clinton.”
Her reported invitation to watch Trump do so in 2016 appeared to have its roots in a feud between the Republican candidate and Mark Cuban, a politically outspoken billionaire who has questioned Trump’s boasted worth.
On Thursday, Cuban tweeted that he had “just got a front row seat to watch @HillaryClinton overwhelm @realDonaldTrump at the ‘Humbling at Hofstra’ on Monday. It Is On!” On Saturday morning, Trump replied: “If dopey Mark Cuban of failed Benefactor fame wants to sit in the front row, perhaps I will put Gennifer Flowers right alongside of him!”
BuzzFeed News then reported that Judy Stell, an assistant to Flowers, said in an email that though Flowers had previously declined invitations to public events because she did not want to be a sideshow, “Ms Flowers has agreed to join Donald at the debate”.
The Trump campaign did not immediately respond to a request from the Guardian for confirmation.
|by Anonymous||replies 7||19 hours ago|
What I does?
|by Anonymous||replies 2||19 hours ago|
Has he been linked with anybody? Please tell me he's gay!
|by Anonymous||replies 203||19 hours ago|
Great Album. Would you say they are "Neo Art Rock"?
|by Clementine Mirabelle Sprig||replies 3||19 hours ago|
And said, "Sorry Cousin Geri, that I couldn't be here today, did the girls entertain you."
And Geri says "Coz-un Tootie signed me up for food stamps"
|by Anonymous||replies 2||19 hours ago|
Former Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan once said “Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not his own facts.” To which the head of the Commission on Presidential Debates has officially responded: “Says who?”
In a stunning interview with CNN’s Reliable Sources, Janet Brown gave a baffling explanation for why she believes fact checking should be taken off the table at presidential debates.
“I think personally if you start getting into fact checking, I’m not sure. What is a big fact? What is a little fact? And if you and I have different sources of information does your source about the unemployment rate agree with my source? I don’t think it’s a good idea to get the moderator into essentially serving as the Encyclopedia Britannica.”
The statement was exactly what the Trump campaign had been demanding for weeks and was ecstatic to hear. Going into Monday’s crucial first presidential debate, the Republican candidate understood that the most dangerous hurdle he had to get around was if the moderator called him on his lies. Trump, who has dismissed preparing for the debate out of hand, lies a lot. That’s his strength. He needs it to win.
Politico recently analyzed Trump’s last five days on the campaign trail and found that Donald Trump lies at a rate of once every 3 minutes and 15 seconds.
Trump’s misrepresentations range from false pronouncements (he again wrongly said he opposed the war in Iraq before it began) to the petty (he insisted Clinton had copied him by holding rallies with her plane in the background and insinuated she was “sleeping” when she held no public events).
He contradicted his own policy on providing health care to the poor, overstated the ad-spending discrepancy between his campaign and Clinton’s and exaggerated the size of his primary victories and polling leads. (For what it’s worth, they also fact-checked Clinton and found that while she, like any politician, does fudge the truth occasionally, Trump’s lying “so greatly exceed[s] Clinton’s as to make the comparison almost ludicrous.” Ouch.)
And while Debate Commissioner Brown used an intentionally vague example (“unemployment rate”), there is no indication that Trump will reserve lies to things so nuanced. One example that might come up: Donald Trump continues to insist that the crime rate in America is going through the roof. This is a blatant lie that is exposed by just quick glance at the FBI’s crime statistics. The debate moderator doesn’t need to serve as the “Encyclopedia Britannica,” he or she just needs to know the basic facts. Big and small. And not let Trump get away with misleading the American people who are tuning in.
Journalists, whose job it is to deal in facts, are furious with this caving to Trump.
If reporters aren't supposed to factcheck at debates, why exactly are reporters moderators to begin with? Why not just have an actor do it?
— Sopan Deb (@SopanDeb) September 25, 2016
Debate Commission director seems to think there are no facts, just different sources to support any claim. That helps elect President Trump.
— Mr Media Training (@MrMediaTraining) September 25, 2016
What is the point of a debate moderator other than fact checking? Why is this even a discussion?
— Dan Pfeiffer (@danpfeiffer) September 25, 2016
Meanwhile, Trump’s supporters are actively celebrating. They, just like their candidate, understand that the only path to victory for Trump is if he can get Americans to believe his lies.
@AJDelgado13 Here is a crazy idea…..let the voters at home fact check. Let social media fact check. Candy taught us this.
— Judson McCulloch (@JudsonMcCulloch) September 25, 2016
Hint: If you find yourself in a political party that’s major talking point leading up to a debate is that your candidate should be allowed to lie on stage, you might want to consider finding a new political party.
|by Anonymous||replies 0||19 hours ago|
A body was found early Friday morning inside a Los Angeles home rented by George Stroumboulopoulos.
The broadcaster and former CBC host confirmed in a Facebook post early Friday evening that the victim, who he referred to as a "dear friend" but did not identify, was staying at his place while he was away in New York.
"I am heartbroken," he wrote.
The death appears to be tied to a break-in, said Stroumboulopoulos.
"I am writing this from a plane en route to Los Angeles from New York, so I can be with my friends there, who are also devastated," Stroumboulopoulos wrote.
I wonder if all those drug rumours are true?
|by Anonymous||replies 38||19 hours ago|
Is that normal?
|by Anonymous||replies 6||19 hours ago|
The elderly Brooklyn woman found this month living with the skeletal remains of her son, possibly for as long as 20 years, is a legally blind hoarder who may not have even known he was there, NYPD sources said.
|by Anonymous||replies 15||19 hours ago|
Inspired by the "Madonna act your age" thread: here are a list of famous, and I think, attractive women who are (purportedly) Madonna's age:
Sharon Stone (!)
|by enquiring minds...||replies 15||19 hours ago|
Premieres tonight, 9-22-2016. Will you be watching? I'll give it a chance because last season was underwhelming.
|by Anonymous||replies 42||20 hours ago|
Frozen pancakes. Each little plastic bag contains 3. Just nuke for 60 seconds and they taste freshly made.
Pharmaceutical uppers and downers - Xanax and Adderall. When used occasionally, they work great. Safe and effective.
The Mr. Clean magic eraser
|by Anonymous||replies 68||20 hours ago|
I'm not a night owl, naturally an early riser. On occasion, like tonight, I stay up until about 4am. Just hang out, dogs are nearby sleeping. It's quiet and calm. I live alone. Some music, a little wine and happy as a clam. I don't do anything special. Just enjoying the night.
I'm on the east coast. Think I'll wait until the day breaks, grab some coffee, pop the dogs in the car and go for an early morning drive in the country.
Then I'll have a damned good nap and restart the day on Sunday.
Anyone else? What are your "I love late nights by myself" like?
|by Anonymous||replies 13||20 hours ago|
Christie Brinkley seems to be suffering from acute amnesia when it comes to being truthful about what it REALLY takes for a 62 year old blonde, blue eyed, very fair woman to look as she does.
She claims to have never gone under the knife, and that she merely dabbles with small amounts of fillers, periodically.
Christie is as white as it gets, and tanned plenty when she modeled for Sports Illustrated, etc. There is no fucking way that this woman has not had a complete facelift, eyelift, cheek implants, Botox or Dysport, with fat and/or HA fillers. She's also had countless laser resurfacing treatments.
I know that we've talked about this before, but why is this woman continuing to blatantly lie about having extensive, albeit excellent, work done? Does she honestly believe that we all believe her?
|by Anonymous||replies 29||20 hours ago|
(CNN) Miami Marlins pitcher José Fernández, one of baseball's brightest stars, was killed early Sunday in a boating accident, Florida authorities said.
Fernández, who was 24, and two other men were found dead after their 32-foot boat was discovered crashed at the entrance of Miami Harbor, said Fish and Wildlife Commission public information officer Lorenzo Veloz.
Coast Guard personnel out on patrol noticed the vessel upside down on the north end of a rocky jetty shortly after 3:15 a.m., Veloz said at a news conference Sunday morning in Miami. Divers recovered two of the bodies under the boat and the third victim was found on the rocks. The names of the two other victims -- also in their 20s -- are being withheld until relatives could be notified. The men were personal friends of Fernandez, Veloz said.
Veloz said the death of Fernández was a loss to Miami, to baseball and to anyone who had ever met him. "He was pillar to our community, he was involved in everything that he could be to give back," Veloz said. "I had the experience of talking to him several times, down-to-earth, great person ... I'm sorry I'm getting goosebumps right now, it's really hitting home and it's horrible."
Based on impact evidence and the severity of damage, officials concluded that the boat -- a 32-foot-SeaVee center console model -- hit the rocks at full speed, Veloz said. Fernández was a passenger on the boat, and he was not the owner, Veloz said. "The boat is a total loss right now from what we can see," Veloz said. "It's bad. There's no other word for it, it's horrible, it's bad, it's bad." Drugs and alcohol did not appear to be factors in the accident, he said, but he added that investigators had been been unable to get under the overturned wreckage by early Sunday, and autopsies had not yet been done. None of the three victims were wearing life vests, he said.
|by Anonymous||replies 2||20 hours ago|
Mention of the term "gate lice" on another thread made me aware that there are several of us here.
If the scene in the film "Up in the Air" where Clooney and his gal played War using their many loyalty cards made perfect sense to you, this is your thread.
I'm a Hilton Diamond, but was ranked that they dropped their spousal accounts (Mutual Fund) as soon as Canada and Massachusetts put through same sex marriages (het couples got grandfathered in).
Anyone else with a uniform "thing" find some pilots really hot? FAs sometimes, but not as often.
|by Anonymous||replies 1||20 hours ago|
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|by Anonymous||replies 34||20 hours ago|
August 22, 2016 -- Nearly 15,000 emails recovered by the FBI from the private server used by Hillary Clinton when she was secretary of state are set to be made public just before the presidential election in November, it emerged in court on Monday.
The state department said it was reviewing 14,900 documents that came to light in the now-closed investigation into the handling of sensitive information that flowed through the server in question. That is a major addition to the 30,000 emails that Clinton’s lawyers considered work-related and returned to the department in December 2014.
|by Anonymous||replies 103||20 hours ago|
The one-sheet for the new Macguyver is a blond twink flexing his biceps.
|by Anonymous||replies 28||20 hours ago|
I love Dan Riskin.
|by Anonymous||replies 1||20 hours ago|
I don't go for the massive tomes but the skinny ones with huge print make me feel cheated.
|by Anonymous||replies 7||20 hours ago|
MSNBC has done a good job bringing them on screen during this election cycle. I really like all of them. Not one bad thing to say.
Hallie Jackson, Katy Tur, Kasie Hunt, Jacob Soboroff, Kristen Welker... I think they will all be big stars once this election is over.
Hopefully one of them can force Andrea "Compromised Old Bat" Mitchell into a very late retirement.
What do y'all think?
|by Anonymous||replies 133||20 hours ago|
UK soap Hollyoaks premiered 20 years ago, growing into a television touchstone with a revolving cast and sometimes hysterically overwrought melodrama. One thing the show has not skimped on (especially over the last decade) is gay representation, with same-sex romance and hot button issues (gay domestic violence, homophobia) a large part of the landscape.
|by American soaps GH and Days can no longer also be accused of this same crime||replies 187||20 hours ago|
Nothing but amazing asses, just because they're amazing asses.
|by Anonymous||replies 327||20 hours ago|
Just a stumpy little homely gay man playing dress-up?
|by Anonymous||replies 4||21 hours ago|
I know it doesn't matter and I'm totally comfortable with a woman doing my nails but I'd like to get a manicure from another guy.
Can anyone recommend a nail salon with a male manicurist? (Manhattan, Brooklyn or Queens)
|by Gay guy who likes having his hands touched by other men||replies 11||21 hours ago|
I still love the old gal and it's nice to see she didn't go down the usual botox/facelift path that most aging rock stars take, but that still doesn't mean that she looks very good. Weight gain and British genes are a deadly combination!
|by Anonymous||replies 23||21 hours ago|
Former NFL star, current Senator from Illinois and hot pizza boy, owns a pizza franchise in Chicago. His overworked staff took a call for a delivery which turned out to be an unoccupied house in a bad part of town. Harris took the call and ended up taking down four attackers without the use of a firearm and ended up inadvertently solving a murder case in the process.
|by Anonymous||replies 3||21 hours ago|
I post one time or start one thread then the DL takes away my posting privledges
|by Anonymous||replies 5||21 hours ago|
Is it being really buggy for anyone else?
And I searched to see if there is another thread before posting this one, so I am not worse than Hitler.
|by Anonymous||replies 1||21 hours ago|
Oh, the shade of it all!
[quote]The company, which had leased the space for two years, had entered into an eight-year sublease for the office with Clinton Executive Services Corp., the private company that runs the logistics for Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton. But as Abedin toured her boss’s future private office in early 2014 just days before the transition, the news came that the owner of the building — Westbrook Partners — was refusing to rent to Clinton.
|by Anonymous||replies 2||21 hours ago|
Vancouver Downtown Eastside, one of the city's oldest, is notorious for its open-air drug trade, sex work, and high rates of poverty, mental illness, infectious disease, and crime.
And Kate Duchess of Cambridge has INSISTED that she wants to visit this area to see up close the drugs, sex work and despair of the neighborhood.
So the question is
|by Anonymous||replies 28||21 hours ago|
Must be fabulous.
I'll start off.
|by Anonymous||replies 410||21 hours ago|
I suffered through the first two in movie theaters and fast forwarded through most of the third one on HBO. Except for a few moments, they were turgid over-produced, badly paced, high-definition turds.
Then I watched LOTR: The Fellowship of the Ring last night, and it was just as wonderful as I remembered.
So what caused Jackson to fail so badly on The Hobbit movies? Drugs? Ego? Something else?
|by Anonymous||replies 36||a day ago|
On eve of debate
|by Anonymous||replies 12||a day ago|
Save the date! National Punctuation Day Approaches!
Once again, it is an international event, in all 50 states and 31 foreign countries! (Russia pulled out this year, as if anybody would even notice!)
We're having the national even in Las Vegas this year! SPOILER ALERT! Ryan Phillippe will be our keynote speaker! Who knew he was a Punctuationist? It was all on the down low, but he comes out on the 24th! How exciting! My assistant Randolf is doing a boffo job will all the arrangements, so you won't want to miss it!
If you can't make it to Las Vegas, enjoy events in your local area. To find events near you, contact your state office of Punctuation Professionals.
I offer a special invitation to the Evening Orthographer to join us this year at our celebration! If anyone knows in what barroom, porn theater, or race track one might find him, please let us know so we can issues a personal invitation!
|by The Evening Puctuationist||replies 38||a day ago|
right now. I think we're coming up on the famous baby's on fire scene, with a recognizable doll replacing the kid.
This film is a complete shitfest of connie stevens, try donanue, and bert convy as the snide rich kid.
anyone have the baby scene on video?
|by Anonymous||replies 1||a day ago|
Just read the scam thread and toll road is mentioned. I live in Dallas and I was considering getting a tolltag b/c I think People drive on there probably drive safer, plus it would save time. But now I Am not so sure.
|by Anonymous||replies 34||a day ago|
Jack Torrance drinks because he's gay! I had no idea.
Poor George Hatfield.
|by Anonymous||replies 24||a day ago|
What's stopping you from getting laid every day, twice a day?
Seeing as how there's one top for every 100 bottoms in the U.S., there's no reason that you shouldn't be having sex as often as you want, and with whomever you choose.
|by Anonymous||replies 94||a day ago|
[quote]9 Breastfeeding can make you horny
[quote]We spoke to Christen, a performance artist and writer, who wrote about maternal sexuality in a one-woman show called BabyLove. [bold]She told us that she got aroused when breastfeeding; one time, she tried to use a vibrator while feeding[/bold], but got interrupted by a delivery man. She claimed lots of other women felt the same way. Of course we wanted to investigate.
[quote]Many forums for mothers confirm Christen is not alone. In a 1999 study in The Journal Of Perinatal Education, the author, Dr Viola Polomeno, explained that sexual arousal during breastfeeding “is a normal phenomenon”, although women often feel guilty when it happens to them. Arousal can happen because there are some parallels between breastfeeding and having an orgasm: both situations involve contractions of the uterus, nipple erection and skin-to-skin contact, and both can involve strong, uninhibited emotions. Neither of us has ever breastfed, but if and when the time comes, boy is this information handy.
This is like that time Anthony Weiner took a pic of himself showing off his bulge, when his baby son was right by his side. I think it's worse, in fact!
|by Anonymous||replies 2||Yesterday at 11:15 AM|
Recently, I watched "Pay It Forward." I had never seen it in its original run. Christ, what a stinker of a movie. It didn't even make sense. I don't know whether there were holes in the script or whether they cut important scenes, but it doesn't all add up. It's like it was a made for tv movie that somehow got greenlighted as a major motion picture.
Angie Dickinson was good in it, though.
|by Pauline Siskel-Ebert||replies 24||Yesterday at 11:12 AM|
Madrid, Porto, Lisbon. Planning some side trips to vineyards in Porto, Coimbra and Sintra.
Anything I shouldn't miss?
|by Anonymous||replies 1||Yesterday at 11:06 AM|
I was at the Trader Joe's on 21/6 this evening and normally I have a great experience there. Tonight though I witnessed one of the most inept grocery packing jobs I've ever seen.
I asked for my items to be placed in two bags and he couldn't figure out what to place in each bag. He didn't balance the weight properly between the two bags, frozen items were placed in each bag instead of kept together to keep them cool. A bag of spinach was placed below a container of grapes and watermelon slices.
I didn't complain, but as soon as I got outside I quickly repacked the bags.
What is the proper etiquette here? Tell them while they're packing the bags to do it differently or just smile and fix it outside?
He was hot and I'm sure has been able to get away with this sort of stuff often.
|by Anonymous||replies 103||Yesterday at 11:00 AM|
People who bitched and complained and were ready to riot over it are now rejoicing, proclaiming it to be the best pilot of the season. Go figure. Shame about Gina's face though.
|by Anonymous||replies 18||Yesterday at 10:54 AM|
Yesterday the Clinton campaign confirmed that bloviating billionaire Mark Cuban has been given a front row seat at the first presidential debate, leading some pundits to characterize the move as psychological warfare. Donald Trump today took the bait, as he always does, by threatening to make a strategic seating ploy of his own. He also misspelled Gennifer Flowers’ name.
|by Anonymous||replies 118||Yesterday at 10:53 AM|
Watch the clue Courtney gives to Lisa for his name.
|by Jennifer||replies 19||Yesterday at 10:43 AM|
Since we have several medical professionals on this board [hi, FNPs!], and many of us have medical questions, I thought it'd be good to create a thread to group them all together.
So, what are your pressing, burning medical questions? Want to know what's pressing on or burning you? ;)
|by Anonymous||replies 23||Yesterday at 10:43 AM|
Into the Mystic!
|by Anonymous||replies 29||Yesterday at 10:38 AM|
Both Hillary and Trump say they'll pass.
|by Anonymous||replies 0||Yesterday at 10:37 AM|
Discuss the most pedestrian parts of your lives.
|by Anonymous||replies 215||Yesterday at 10:23 AM|
|by Anonymous||replies 13||Yesterday at 10:23 AM|
I've been watching all season and I don't have a clue what I've watched.
There is this boxer who is fucking his sister. There is some Russian mob thing. The wife has cancer. The boy wants to be a gangster. Bunchy's wife is crazy.
It's not coming together for me. Can anyone help?
|by Anonymous||replies 16||Yesterday at 10:20 AM|
As a kid I drank Hi-C and Kool-Aid. And soda! Coke, 7-Up, root beer, etc were considered thirst quenchers. Minute Maid lemonade. All sugary drinks. Drinking cold water or tap water was not a thing. Water from the tap used fill up a glass with a cloudy gray that would clear from the bottom up. What's that called, fluoride?
When Perrier came to the US in the late 70s, there was all this buzz and I was very excited to try it. When i finally did, I was like, what? I thought it tasted odd. Now I realize it was because it didn't have added sweeteners. Plus it was seen as pretentious.
These days bottled water is available everywhere and I drink it all the time. I love seltzer water and club soda. And Diet Coke in moderation.
|by Anonymous||replies 47||Yesterday at 10:17 AM|
"You can vote to STOP TRUMP. But you cannot do that by voting Gary Johnson. So the only way to STOP TRUMP is not to vote Gary Johnson"
Will strategic voting work?
|by Anonymous||replies 6||Yesterday at 10:10 AM|
No, I'm not a whore, darlin'. Honestly, I've always thought this was more typical but apparently, it's an oddity.
|by Anonymous||replies 2||Yesterday at 10:09 AM|
|by Anonymous||replies 4||Yesterday at 10:05 AM|
That is why he endorsed Trump. He wants that vacant spot
|by Anonymous||replies 5||Yesterday at 9:59 AM|
Born January 19, 1922.%0D %0D What a hunk! Better looking than most of today's generation of young actors.
|by Anonymous||replies 346||Yesterday at 9:38 AM|
And who is your favorite poet?
|by Anonymous||replies 87||Yesterday at 9:32 AM|
|by Anonymous||replies 49||Yesterday at 9:28 AM|
So, I was flipping through my cable channels and somehow landed on this Nickelodeon show called HENRY DANGER. I was just about to flip the channel again when this stud appeared and I had to watch the entire show. Anyone heard of him?
|by Anonymous||replies 9||Yesterday at 9:25 AM|
This is a thread for those of us watching the show on ITV.
|by Anonymous||replies 173||Yesterday at 9:24 AM|
|by Anonymous||replies 322||Yesterday at 9:19 AM|
Oh fuck. Here we go again.
|by Anonymous||replies 115||Yesterday at 9:19 AM|
Chaosmen's ripped hottie Gerard is drawing rave reviews.
|by Anonymous||replies 41||Yesterday at 9:10 AM|
I had booked a Massage Whore last Saturday at 10 am for a 90 minute session. I prefer booking Massage Whores in the morning. I texted him about an hour before to confirm and finally heard back about 20 minutes before to say he'd overslept and can we rebook. So I rebooted my session with the Massage Whore for tomorrow at the same time.
The Massage Whore texted me at about 2 this morning to say he can only spare an hour. This Massage Whore charges $150 for his 90 minute Massage Whore session. He didn't offer a discount.
I prefer my Massage Whore sessions to be 90 minutes so I cancelled.
|by Massage Whore, Massage Whore, Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me?||replies 34||Yesterday at 9:09 AM|
Alright Kaep for sporting the "stay woke" Afro! ✊🏽
|by Anonymous||replies 158||Yesterday at 9:06 AM|
James Alexander EIllis
|by Anonymous||replies 442||Yesterday at 9:03 AM|
Have we even figured out what the hell it's all about?
I miss Jessica Lange. It's not the same without her.
|by Anonymous||replies 74||Yesterday at 8:51 AM|
Even Trump Supporters Share Concerns
Almost half of voters, 46 percent, believe if elected Donald Trump will detonate a nuclear weapon. Nearly the same number, 44 percent, believe Trump would institute internment camps for the undocumented, according to a just-released poll by a conservative group founded "by former Republican elected officials and advisors to GOP administrations, congressional leaders, and party organizations."
The Lincoln Leadership Initiative poll of 1051 registered voters also found a majority believe Trump will allow the U.S. government to default on its debt (54% chance), create a database to track all Muslims in the U.S. (also a 54% chance), order the military to target the families of terrorists (53% chance), and use the powers of his office against a political opponent (65% chance).
Respondents also said there is a 65% chance of race riots in major cities should Trump be elected.
Trump supporters polled also shared these concerns:
22 percent chance that Trump would authorize the use of a nuclear weapon;
33 percent chance the U.S. government would default on its debt;
32 percent chance Trump would use the powers of his office against a political opponent;
48 percent chance Trump would create a database to track all Muslims in the U.S.;
29 percent chance Trump would order the military to target the families of terrorists;
32 percent chance Trump would authorize internment camps for illegal immigrants; and
36 percent chance there would be race riots in major U.S. cities.
The poll was conducted by SurveyMonkey between September 16-21.
|by Anonymous||replies 32||Yesterday at 8:50 AM|
My bf was offered a Job in Pennsylvania. We are from Switzerland and would like to know how much salary you need to have for a good life there.
|by Anonymous||replies 23||Yesterday at 8:48 AM|
Enquiring minds want to know
|by Anonymous||replies 9||Yesterday at 8:48 AM|
You have to read/see it.....what a fucking asshole.
|by Anonymous||replies 36||Yesterday at 8:44 AM|
The Enquirer bestows its SAD FINAL DAYS tag on the star of "Phyllis"...
"Now her shocked friends are terrified that the brave actress is running out of time!"
|by Sad Final Days Troll||replies 122||Yesterday at 8:42 AM|
I'm always grateful that there is a forum that you can express your thoughts without having to be registered and that sometimes you can even start your own thread. However, recently i feel a bit disconnected. Plenty of threads make me feel this way. Do we really communicate, i wonder sometimes. It is the minority of Dataloungers that can makes the difference. The majority is so frustrating. No offence.
|by Anonymous||replies 160||Yesterday at 8:30 AM|
Won 61% of vote .
blairrites are in complete meltdown
|by Anonymous||replies 12||Yesterday at 8:30 AM|
She has a hot husband. She has great dance songs. She did a video celebrating drag queen culture. She even did the obligatory torch album a few years ago.
And she defines the music of Miami! Land of neon and pastels, sexy Puerto Ricans, big gay nightlife scene and gay friendly elderly women!
|by Anonymous||replies 56||Yesterday at 8:24 AM|
|by Anonymous||replies 2||Yesterday at 7:32 AM|
Been a month for me.
|by Married||replies 95||Yesterday at 6:46 AM|
A New York teacher was arrested Friday after he allegedly beat up a 16-year-old student over a $4,000 drug deal gone bad.
Kevin Pope, who teaches science at John V. Lindsay Wildcat Academy in the Bronx, is also accused of threatening to rape the student's mother while pummeling him during the Wednesday assault, the New York Daily News reported.
'You better get my money — you know where I work,' Pope told the teen, who is not named because he is a minor, the Daily News reported.
Police sources says Pope and the student agreed to buy a pound of marijuana for $4,000 in June — but when the deal soured, the student kept all the money, according to the the Daily News.
Pope, 48, was seen on surveillance camera beating up the student two blocks from the school, court records show.
He allegedly punched the teen in the face and knocked him into the glass window of a nearby business, sources said.
'Do you want to die?' Pope said, according to the Daily News.
'You want to steal from me? I should break your arm ... I should get someone to rape your mom every day after work.'
Pope is accused of stealing from the teen a gold chain, iPhone and wallet during the assault, the Daily News reported.
The teen needed three staples to close deep wounds in the back of his head.
'You better get my money or I will kill you!' Pope told the teen, as reported by the Daily News.
Pope was released without bail Saturday.
He's charged with assault, grand larceny, criminal possession of stolen property and robbery.
In court, his attorney claimed the altercation happened because teen stole the teacher's brief case containing $5,000.
Mr Kotter gets real
|by #blackbudsmatter||replies 37||Yesterday at 6:26 AM|
They're both starring in "Billionaire Boys Club", supposed to be released next year. Do you think Spacey popped Taron's cherry hole?
|by Anonymous||replies 2||Yesterday at 5:54 AM|
An anonymous “Jane Doe” filed a federal lawsuit against GOP presumptive nominee Donald Trump last week, accusing him of raping her in 1994 when she was thirteen years old. The mainstream media ignored the filing.
If the Bill Cosby case has taught us anything, it is to not disregard rape cases against famous men. Serious journalists have publicly apologized for turning a blind eye to the Cosby accusers for over a decade, notwithstanding the large number of women who had come forward with credible claims. And now history is repeating itself.
In covering a story, a media outlet is not finding guilt. It is simply reporting the news that a lawsuit has been filed against Mr. Trump, and ideally putting the complaint in context. Unproven allegations are just that - unproven, and should be identified that way. (Mr. Trump’s lawyer says the charges are “categorically untrue, completely fabricated and politically motivated.”) Proof comes later, at trial. But the November election will come well before any trial. And while Mr. Trump is presumed innocent, we are permitted - no, we are obligated — to analyze the case’s viability now.
No outsider can say whether Mr. Trump is innocent or guilty of these new rape charges. But we can look at his record, analyze the court filings here, and make a determination as to credibility - whether the allegations are believable enough for us to take them seriously and investigate them, keeping in mind his denial and reporting new facts as they develop.
I have done that. And the answer is a clear “yes.” These allegations are credible. They ought not be ignored. Mainstream media, I’m looking at you. . . . . . .
|by Anonymous||replies 6||Yesterday at 5:51 AM|
You're Missing Out
|by Anonymous||replies 8||Yesterday at 5:17 AM|
I love learning about our eldergay ancestors!
The most famous homosexual relationship in Spanish history is that between Juan II (1405–1454) and his older lover Álvaro de Luna (c. 1390–1453), who shared a bedroom for years. The king is remembered as a great patron of literature, who sponsored the birth of Castilian lyric poetry, until that time missing from the culture. He is also remembered for his choice of Álvaro de Luna to take over the tiresome business of running the country. Luna has long been recognized as one of the best administrators Spain ever had, and because of his dramatic fall from favor and public execution he became a well-known figure in both poetry and drama. The story of Álvaro de Luna was a covert way for later authors, such as Tirso de Molina, to deal with the topic of homosexuality. The love between Juan and Álvaro, for which there are many sources, is worthy of a novel as well. The relationship began when the king was 3, with the appointment of Álvaro as his page (doncel). The bond which quickly emerged between them was so strong that those hostile said the king was victim of an hechizo or enchantment; this in fact became a euphemism in Spain for “inappropriate” sexual desire. When the young king was 7, his mother exiled Álvaro and kept the king virtually a prisoner, a period that ended only with her death six years later. Juan and Álvaro were immediately reunited, and Álvaro, a brilliant conversationalist, was the favorite of many court ladies. He is also the author of one of the earliest and most balanced Spanish defenses of women against misogynist charges. Save for a later period when the king was again prisoner and Álvaro exiled, which was intended to end their relationship, Juan and Álvaro remained together for thirty-five eventful years. They struggled together against a hostile aristocracy,sometimes fleeing together from superior force. The end came with Juan’s remarriage after his first wife’s death; his new wife, mother of the prudish Isabella the Catholic, was able to force the dismissal and then the execution of Álvaro. The king died a year later.
|by Anonymous||replies 6||Yesterday at 4:58 AM|
Someone mentioned him on DL months ago and I've been smitten ever since. He's an anchorman out in Oklahoma with a penchant for rescue dogs, staying fit, and traveling. He seems like the sweetest guy of all time, and is ostensibly single, which makes me think he's family. Anyway, what do you guys think?
|by Anonymous||replies 22||Yesterday at 4:48 AM|
Quasi hot mogul of an underwear empire moves to Mexico to get away from the stress of LA. Seemed a bit limp-wristed, had the obligatory fag hag helping him choose houses, and eventually went $50,000 over budget, settling on a modern apartment with a Jacuzzi tub on the balcony.
Yay or nay, meines fraus?
|by writerguy||replies 3||Yesterday at 4:17 AM|
Barbra seems to be getting some of the best reviews of her career and she's filling the arenas too. I saw her opening in L.A. with all her guest vocalists and was impressed. Last night I saw her in Washington, D.C. and she was even better vocally and I enjoyed her more without the guest. I tempted to see her in Philly tomorrow night for her last U.S. date.
|by Anonymous||replies 78||Yesterday at 4:13 AM|
A lot of controversy about this lately. How do you feel about actors playing roles that differ from their own sexuality? I'm going to take a guess. Feel free to comment.
|by Anonymous||replies 18||Yesterday at 3:50 AM|
[quote]"The republic is under siege by a moron," Springsteen says in excerpts from upcoming Rolling Stone feature. "It's a tragedy for our democracy"
9 hours ago
Bruce Springsteen spent the summer playing stadiums with the E Street Band and preparing to release his autobiography, Born To Run, while largely staying clear of this year's presidential campaigns. In an excerpt from an extensive interview that will appear in the next issue of Rolling Stone, Springsteen shares his thoughts on Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, while addressing his own absence from the trail.
Q: What do you make of the Trump phenomenon?
A: Well, you know, the republic is under siege by a moron, basically. The whole thing is tragic. Without overstating it, it's a tragedy for our democracy. When you start talking about elections being rigged, you're pushing people beyond democratic governance. And it's a very, very dangerous thing to do. Once you let those genies out of the bottle, they don't go back in so easy, if they go back in at all. The ideas he's moving to the mainstream are all very dangerous ideas – white nationalism and the alt-right movement. The outrageous things that he's done – not immediately disavowing David Duke? These are things that are obviously beyond the pale for any previous political candidate. It would sink your candidacy immediately.
I believe that there's a price being paid for not addressing the real cost of the deindustrialization and globalization that has occurred in the United States for the past 35, 40 years and how it’s deeply affected people's lives and deeply hurt people to where they want someone who says they have a solution. And Trump's thing is simple answers to very complex problems. Fallacious answers to very complex problems. And that can be very appealing.
Q: You haven't chosen to do anything with the campaign this year. Have you lost faith in whatever power you might have to affect these things?
A: I don't know. I think you have a limited amount of impact as an entertainer, performer or musician. I feel what I’ve done was certainly worth doing. And I did it at the time because I felt the country was in crisis, which it certainly is right now. I don’t know if we’ve been approached or not to do anything at the moment. If so, I would take it into consideration and see where it goes.
No, I haven't really lost faith in what I consider to be the small amount of impact that somebody in rock music might be able to have. I don't think people go to musicians for their political points of view. I think your political point of view is circumstances and then how you were nurtured and brought up. But it's worth giving a shot when it's the only thing you have.
Q: Is there a lack of enthusiasm for Hillary on your own part?
A: No. I like Hillary. I think she would be a very, very good president.
|by Anonymous||replies 14||Yesterday at 3:49 AM|
Mark Cuban Is Pumped For 'Front Row' at Presidential Debate
Mark Cuban, billionaire businessman and owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks, will be attending the first presidential debate, thanks to an invite from the Hillary Clinton campaign.
Cuban, who has repeatedly ripped Republican nominee Donald Trump, tweeted his excitement on Thursday. "Just got a front row seat to watch @HillaryClinton overwhelm @realDonaldTrump at the "Humbling at Hofstra" on Monday," Cuban tweeted. "It Is On!"
Cuban endorsed Clinton in July.
Clinton communications director Jennifer Palmieri retweeted Cuban's tweet, and confirmed to NBC News that he was, in fact, invited via the campaign.
[quote]Mark Cuban @mcuban - Just got a front row seat to watch @HillaryClinton overwhelm @realDonaldTrump at the "Humbling at Hofstra" on Monday. It Is On ! - 9:07 PM - 22 Sep 2016
Sep 23 2016, 8:06 am ET
|by Anonymous||replies 54||Yesterday at 3:48 AM|
Richard Gere‘s $250 million divorce is exploding as he quits Hollywood to marry his much younger girlfriend! That’s the bombshell claim in a report from this week’s issue of The National ENQUIRER. Gere, 66, wants his split from estranged wife Carey Lowell, 55, finalized ASAP so he can get hitched to beautiful socialite Alejandra Silva, sources told The ENQUIRER.
“Richard wants to finally finish his divorce from Carey, which has dragged on for 33 months now, so that he can marry Alejandra and have a baby with her!” an insider said. According to the source, it was an emotional encounter with the Pope, during an event at the Vatican on May 29, 2016, that pushed Gere into action.
“Even though Richard’s a devout Buddhist, he was overwhelmed by meeting the Pope,” a source close to the Pretty Woman star told the magazine. “He realized that he needed to move on with his life.”
And that means moving forward with 33-year-old Spanish beauty Silva!
“They’ve been dating for quite some time, and he’s very much in love with her!” the source confirmed. “If he’d had his way, they would have been married by now!”
Meanwhile, Gere and Lowell landed in a Manhattan court in late April to continue hashing out their divorce settlement. The American Gigolo actor and his Law & Order star wife separated in 2013, after 11 years of marriage. Though they quickly worked out custody of Homer, they’re still battling it out over money!
“Richard’s divorce from Carey has dragged on and on,” complained the insider. “He’s worn out and desperately wants to move on with Alejandra. He’s even slashed the price on his Hamptons property in half!”
|by Anonymous||replies 143||Yesterday at 3:01 AM|
Dish the soaps...what's the best backstage drama from the soaps. Especially back in their heyday.
|by Megan Gordon||replies 0||Yesterday at 2:55 AM|
Hola! What's life like in your country? Thinking of taking an extended trip to the region, attracted by the natural beauty, moderate climate, relatively low crime and stability and easy no strings residency. Valparaiso seems especially beautiful. What should I be aware of? I know I'll need to boost my Spanish skills and can't expect to be able to get by with English. What's the cost of living like? How about internet speeds?
|by Anonymous||replies 1||Yesterday at 2:42 AM|
|by Anonymous||replies 27||Yesterday at 2:38 AM|
Cetin is an immigrant from Turkey but is a lawful permanent resident of the United States, Cammock said. Cetin did not know when he came to the U.S. He was arrested in Island County last year on a case of simple assault.
|by Anonymous||replies 3||Yesterday at 2:37 AM|
Just watched on Starz. What a wonderful movie. I liked Cate (who never looked more beautiful)more in this movie than Blue Jasmine or Carol ........
|by Anonymous||replies 0||Yesterday at 2:30 AM|
First off, meet the cast. But where's the same-sex pairing?! I mean, Ryan Lochte and Artem would've been perfect. Come on already, ABC!
|by Anonymous||replies 171||Yesterday at 2:21 AM|
Continue discussion here.
Revelation 13King James Version (KJV)
13 And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy.
2 And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard, and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion: and the dragon gave him his power, and his seat, and great authority.
3 And I saw one of his heads as it were wounded to death; and his deadly wound was healed: and all the world wondered after the beast.
4 And they worshipped the dragon which gave power unto the beast: and they worshipped the beast, saying, Who is like unto the beast? who is able to make war with him?
5 And there was given unto him a mouth speaking great things and blasphemies; and power was given unto him to continue forty and two months.
6 And he opened his mouth in blasphemy against God, to blaspheme his name, and his tabernacle, and them that dwell in heaven.
7 And it was given unto him to make war with the saints, and to overcome them: and power was given him over all kindreds, and tongues, and nations.
8 And all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world.
9 If any man have an ear, let him hear.
10 He that leadeth into captivity shall go into captivity: he that killeth with the sword must be killed with the sword. Here is the patience and the faith of the saints.
11 And I beheld another beast coming up out of the earth; and he had two horns like a lamb, and he spake as a dragon.
12 And he exerciseth all the power of the first beast before him, and causeth the earth and them which dwell therein to worship the first beast, whose deadly wound was healed.
13 And he doeth great wonders, so that he maketh fire come down from heaven on the earth in the sight of men,
14 And deceiveth them that dwell on the earth by the means of those miracles which he had power to do in the sight of the beast; saying to them that dwell on the earth, that they should make an image to the beast, which had the wound by a sword, and did live.
15 And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed.
16 And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:
17 And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.
18 Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.
|by Anonymous||replies 391||Yesterday at 1:58 AM|
Who knew she was a Conservative?
|by Anonymous||replies 3||Yesterday at 1:45 AM|
I used to think it was go glamorous when I saw women do this on TV. So I started doing it too. Imagine if you will -- 10 y/o boy dialing the phone with a pencil, being all glamorous and stuff.
by: $5 Bill 09/26/2003 @ 17:42
So, I'm the only freak that did this? Is that what you're saying? Figures.
by: $5 Bill 09/26/2003 @ 18:01
I did it too. OK? I also used to moisten the tips of my fingers when turning the page of a book. Just a quick touch to the tongue. Very chic.
I used to insist that there'd be no crusts on my sandwiches.
I would wear scarves at all times of the year.
People pretty much knew I was a fag from the time I could walk.
by: anonymous 09/26/2003 @ 18:04
Yeah, I did that a few times when I was a kid. I lift my pinkie when I take a sip of a beverage, and I can't help it.
by: anonymous 09/26/2003 @ 18:08
I also held my milk glass like it was a scotch on the rocks. Sipping slowly.
by: $5 Bill 09/26/2003 @ 18:10
LOL, I loved dialing the phone with a pen or pencil, I thought it looked so sophisticated. In retrospect it must have looked pretty obvious I was a pre-teen Queen in training. I also used to use a pen or pencil to push the buttons on a calculator. My male fifth-grade prick of a teacher used to yell at me for doing that.
by: anonymous 09/26/2003 @ 18:13
Excuuuuuse me!!! What is "dialing the phone"? And what is a "pencil"?
by: anonymous 09/26/2003 @ 19:19
"What is "dialing the phone"? And what is a "pencil"?" Unless you have no arms, I can't imagine you not knowing what these two things are. What do you call it when you press the buttons on your phone in a methodical fashion establishing a numerical pattern that corresponds to a business or person you are trying to reach?
by: anonymous 09/26/2003 @ 19:23
Women didn't really do it to be glamorous though, they did it so they wouldn't chip their manicures.
by: anonymous 09/26/2003 @ 20:21
I love you, OP. I wanted to do this, too. I also wanted to snap off my clip-on earring before I got on the line to manipulate the man on the other end (a la Alexis Carrington). I also wanted a parasol, by my mother refused.
by: anonymous 09/26/2003 @ 20:28
Did you walk with one hand on your hip? Did you walk around with a towel turban after taking a bath?
Did you cross your legs by putting one knee over the other?
by: anonymous 09/26/2003 @ 20:33
A parasol...goddamn.... I would affect all of the above- the phone/pencil thing, the scarves, the pinkie...but how about straightening imaginary panty hose seams while in swim shorts -you know- running your hands up your leg from the ankle up- or the Manicurist thing: letting your nails soften in dishwasher gel after you saw Madge doing it on the commercial" Your soaking in it!!!!"
by: anonymous 09/26/2003 @ 20:36
I did all of the above and MORE. I thought smoking and cigarette holders were very sophisticated. So I made my own. I rolled paper and coloured a lit end and filter on them. These I carried in an empty ciggy pack I found. I would put these into the LONG holder [coloured black with littel sparkles glued to the end to resemble diamonds...just like Audrey in BAT's]. I would then walk around the neighborhood like a model [hips thrust WAY forward and a hand on my hip] puffing away on the thing. I never noticed that the neighbor's drapes would slowly close as I came into their view, walking by sashaying and a puffing. I think I was 6.
I wore an ascot for as long as I can remember.
by: anonymous 09/27/2003 @ 07:49
These are hilarious. I used to stuff socks in the shoulders of my bathrobe and pose in the bathroom mirror like I was some 1940's movie star sitting for publicity shots. You know, arms folded and looking up at odd angles. I also used to stand over the living room heating duct and let the air blow my robe up and pretend I was Marilyn. Honey, I was gay when gay wasn't cool (to paraphrase an old C&W song.)
by: anonymous 09/27/2003 @ 09:31
'Fess up, you guys --- each and every one
|by Anonymous||replies 84||Yesterday at 1:31 AM|
Mrs Drysdale's the better "Possum Queen."
|by Anonymous||replies 3||Yesterday at 1:28 AM|
Inspired by another thread, I wanted to compare the US to Europe, based on my experience. I visited and lived in most of Europe, and I have lived in the Us (miami and New York).
Usa Pros: Open minded people Friendly people Delicious food (no really) Beautiful landscape Huge houses Bargain stores Great Universities High tolerance towards minorities (in comparison) Affordable mortgages Seemingly good dental health Fun mainstream entertainment
USA cons: Terrible education Diabetes epidemic Gun Violence No affordable universal health care Treating symptoms rather than the cause (all the diabetes stations in stores like cvs scared me) The number of disabled people caused by diabetes Fox News Jail Bail (no justice, favours the rich) You can buy justice Frivolous law suits Ridiculous jail sentences People being extremely juvenile Dirty streets Ghettos Drugs (especially meth problem) Very selfish and 'fuck you attitude'
Europe Pros: Universal healthcare Affordable education Safety (atleast till the terrorism wave recently) Healthier food (europe has strict laws on food dyes and preservatives) Good public transportation Cheap food Alot of governmental support Rather just, jail sentences Good jails we got some nice landscapes too People are helpful towards each other and seem to genuinly care (even if not necessarily friendly) Amazing fashion Opera/theater No severe drug epidemic
Europe Cons: Rather boring People are not quite as open Copycat America Small houses/Apartments Expensive furniture Stern People are faux arrogant Extremely selfaware/awkward Day to day food (not restaurant) pretty plain Not so great teeth Mainstream entertainment (tv and movies) meh More of a 'no we cannot attitude' Small minded Not that tolerant towards minorities
In no particular order.
|by Anonymous||replies 245||Yesterday at 1:25 AM|
OMG - is this true??
Buying a bag of milk seems really bizarre. But many folks in the United States don’t realize that milk cartons are an American invention. Patented in 1915 by Jon Var Wormer of Toledo, OH, the classic cartons eventually replaced glass milk bottles because they were lighter and easier to transport.
Not to mention, the design is efficient, it doesn’t even require a lid. But why milk bags? According to Extra Crispy, they’re an environmentally friendly alternative. Milk bags are recyclable and take up far less space, once used, than a jug or carton.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reports that 70 percent of milk jugs are placed in landfills.
As you’ll see in the video below, milk bags do require a few accessories, although they are reusable and about $1. The bags are placed in a pitcher that is made to fit its size, then the corner of the bag is cut to make pouring precise and easy.
The United Kingdom has been trying its hand at milk bags. Their popular grocery store chain Sainsbury’s began using milk bags because they are 75 percent less plastic than jugs.
They also require fewer resources and less energy to produce.
|by Anonymous||replies 32||Yesterday at 1:15 AM|
|by Anonymous||replies 87||Yesterday at 1:11 AM|
A young, fresh-faced Hill staffer gets first job in Washington, D.C. to discover two things: The government has stopped working, and alien spawn have come to earth and eaten the brains of a growing number of Congressmen and Hill staffers.
|by Anonymous||replies 105||Yesterday at 1:11 AM|
I'm so jealous of "constant bulgers". A Sears repairman was over today and his pants betrayed a golfball-sized penis head.
|by Anonymous||replies 141||Yesterday at 1:11 AM|
How do we make this happen?
|by Anonymous||replies 10||Yesterday at 1:06 AM|
Why dont we discuss JP Pitoc and Christian Campbell on here more often. They were gorgeous! My gosh! Wasnt there supposed to be a sequel?
|by Anonymous||replies 24||Yesterday at 12:50 AM|
How did Niall escape the 1D ugly tattoos curse despite also having pressure from other members for him to get tattoos also?
|by Anonymous||replies 17||Yesterday at 12:49 AM|
Has anyone gotten through S2 yet? I'm about to start.
|by Anonymous||replies 26||Yesterday at 12:48 AM|
My partner insists on buying very expensive (up to $40 a pair) underwear. Fancy brands of briefs like Armani and Calvin Klein and 2xist. I say a 3 pack of Hanes for $12.99 is perfectly fine.
We argue about this every time a box of underwear arrives in the mail which is almost every month. What is the solution here? I'm sick of arguing about it.
|by Anonymous||replies 45||Yesterday at 12:41 AM|
Stanley 'Buckwheat' Dural Jr., accordionist and leader of Buckwheat Zydeco, dies at 68
|by Anonymous||replies 3||Yesterday at 12:41 AM|
In grade school, I was trying to diffuse escalating hostility and tension between other boys and the gang of us eventually got called into the principal's office. The principal knew I was trying to Jimmy Carter the situation and said, "The Bible says, Blessed are the peacemakers." This was in the 70s and school authorities could say stuff like that without objection. I was embarrassed, but I thought it was nice that she understood my predicament.
|by Anonymous||replies 13||Yesterday at 12:38 AM|
Some of these are good ones ...
|by Anonymous||replies 3||Yesterday at 12:25 AM|
I am in my 100th year. When I was born in 1916 in Amsterdam, New York, Woodrow Wilson was our president. My parents, who could not speak or write English, were emigrants from Russia. They were part of a wave of more than two million Jews that fled the Czar’s murderous pogroms at the beginning of the 20th Century. They sought a better life for their family in a magical country where, they believed, the streets were literally paved with gold. What they did not realize until after they arrived was that those beautiful words carved into the Statute of Liberty in New York Harbor: “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses, yearning to breathe free,” did not apply equally to all new Americans. Russians, Poles, Italians, Irish and, particularly Catholics and Jews, felt the stigma of being treated as aliens, as foreigners who would never become “real Americans.” They say there is nothing new under the sun. Since I was born, our planet has traveled around it one hundred times. With each orbit, I’ve watched our country and our world evolve in ways that would have been unimaginable to my parents – and continue to amaze me with each passing year. In my lifetime, American women won the right to vote, and one is finally the candidate of a major political party. An Irish-American Catholic became president. Perhaps, most incredibly, an African-American is our president today.
Yet, I’ve also lived through the horrors of a Great Depression and two World Wars, the second of which was started by a man who promised that he would restore his country it to its former greatness.
I was 16 when that man came to power in 1933. For almost a decade before his rise he was laughed at ― not taken seriously. He was seen as a buffoon who couldn’t possibly deceive an educated, civilized population with his nationalistic, hateful rhetoric.
The “experts” dismissed him as a joke. They were wrong.
A few weeks ago we heard words spoken in Arizona that my wife, Anne, who grew up in Germany, said chilled her to the bone. They could also have been spoken in 1933:
“We also have to be honest about the fact that not everyone who seeks to join our country will be able to successfully assimilate. It is our right as a sovereign nation to choose immigrants that we think are the likeliest to thrive and flourish here…[including] new screening tests for all applicants that include an ideological certification to make sure that those we are admitting to our country share our values…”
These are not the American values that we fought in World War II to protect.
Until now, I believed I had finally seen everything under the sun. But this was the kind of fear-mongering I have never before witnessed from a major U.S. presidential candidate in my lifetime.
I have lived a long, good life. I will not be here to see the consequences if this evil takes root in our country. But your children and mine will be. And their children. And their children’s children.
All of us still yearn to remain free. It is what we stand for as a country. I have always been deeply proud to be an American. In the time I have left, I pray that will never change. In our democracy, the decision to remain free is ours to make.
My 100th birthday is exactly one month and one day after the next presidential election. I’d like to celebrate it by blowing out the candles on my cake, then whistling “Happy Days Are Here Again.”
As my beloved friend Lauren Bacall once said, “You know how to whistle don’t you? You just put your lips together and blow.”
|by Anonymous||replies 22||Yesterday at 12:21 AM|
Our endorsement is rooted in respect for her intellect, experience and courage.
|by Anonymous||replies 61||Yesterday at 12:17 AM|
Angela Lansbury sings Beauty and the Beast and it is tear, smiles, and good memories.
|by Anonymous||replies 25||Yesterday at 12:15 AM|
Dumb bitch Pippa Middleton did. I mean, she's only the sister to the future Queen of England. Is this something Millennials do? Because, if so, you're idiots just waiting to get blackmailed.
|by Anonymous||replies 1||Yesterday at 12:05 AM|
|by Anonymous||replies 0||Yesterday at 12:00 AM|
Have there been many?
|by Anonymous||replies 20||Last Saturday at 11:58 PM|
|by Secretary to Mrs. Melania J. Trump||replies 14||Last Saturday at 11:54 PM|
How do they have this kind of technology or education? Again, it's a backwards drunken shithole.
|by Anonymous||replies 6||Last Saturday at 11:34 PM|
Is this like a thing? But you have to fly for like a thousand dollars to get there. Wouldn't it be more helpful if you just sent the check and stayed home?
|by Anonymous||replies 12||Last Saturday at 11:31 PM|
Christfrau claims her autistic son is spontaneously typing reports from God. Uh-huh.
And she's got a book for sale.
[quote]When Tahni Cullen saw what her 7-year-old son had typed on his iPad, she was absolutely stunned. "I thought maybe I was on candid camera or I was losing it or something," she recently told "The Church Boys" podcast. The line of text that had her so flummoxed? "God is a good gift-giver." While possibly benign or unremarkable to some, it was a surreal milestone for Cullen, whose son, Josiah, has autism and is nonverbal. In fact, it was the first independent sentence he had ever written. And that was only the beginning, as Cullen said that Josiah, who is now 10 years old, has typed a plethora of complex and deeply theological proclamations since; she believes many of these messages have been inspired by God.
|by Anonymous||replies 20||Last Saturday at 11:25 PM|
I'm watching it now. Van Heflin in the lead role.
It's quite good.
|by Anonymous||replies 1||Last Saturday at 11:20 PM|
Who would you cast?
My picks are :
Piper Laurie as The Maid
John Stamos as George Clooney
Priyanka Chopra as Amal Clooney
Hugo Reyes as Imaginary Gay Ex-Boyfriend
Margo Martindale as the Imaginary Sister
Craig Pelton as the Manager of the Bellagio
featuring Maurice the Orangutan as Donald Trump
A Lifetime Movie Production
|by Anonymous||replies 1||Last Saturday at 11:17 PM|
Bieber not allowed here.
|by Anonymous||replies 422||Last Saturday at 11:16 PM|
Some juicy gossip, anybody?
|by Anonymous||replies 104||Last Saturday at 11:11 PM|
Will we look back at this the same way we look back at someone in blackface 50 years ago?
|by Anonymous||replies 16||Last Saturday at 11:11 PM|
September 22, 2016
Yahoo (YHOO, Tech30) confirmed on Thursday data "associated with at least 500 million user accounts" have been stolen in what may be one of the largest cybersecurity breaches ever.
The company said it believes a "state-sponsored actor" was behind the data breach, meaning an individual acting on behalf of a government. The breach is said to have occurred in late 2014.
"The account information may have included names, email addresses, telephone numbers, dates of birth, hashed passwords (the vast majority with bcrypt) and, in some cases, encrypted or unencrypted security questions and answers," Yahoo said in a statement.
Yahoo urges users to change their password and security questions and to review their accounts for suspicious activity.
A large-scale data breach was first rumored in August when a hacker who goes by the name of "Peace" claimed to be selling data from 200 million Yahoo users online. The same hacker has previously claimed to sell stolen accounts from LinkedIn (LNKD, Tech30) and MySpace.
Yahoo originally said it was "aware of a claim" and was investigating the situation. Nearly two months later, it turns out the situation is even worse.
Re/code first reported Yahoo would confirm the data breach.
The data breach comes at a sensitive time for Yahoo.
Verizon (VZ, Tech30) agreed to buy Yahoo's core properties for $4.83 billion in late July, just days before the hack was first reported. The deal is expected to close in the first quarter of 2017.
The mega-breach could create a headache for both companies, including damaging press, scrutiny from regulators and a user exodus, just as they're working to close the deal and figure out the future of Yahoo.
|by Anonymous||replies 11||Last Saturday at 11:09 PM|
|by Anonymous||replies 487||Last Saturday at 10:59 PM|
And it's not even primetime.
|by Anonymous||replies 3||Last Saturday at 10:57 PM|
|by Anonymous||replies 7||Last Saturday at 10:55 PM|
You needn't identify yourself or outfit. But I have a few questions for our journalist or media types...
1.) how are articles chosen or rejected... Have you ever had a juicy story rejected?
2.) how does it work with sources. Do you have to report the source?
3.) do you ever feel like you're in danger after reporting something?
|by Anonymous||replies 1||Last Saturday at 10:51 PM|
I assume his marriage to a man in little more than a strategic career move, and will be cast adrift for a woman once he's climbed that little hill he's currently ascending. Bi Stigma is REAL people!
"Broadway actor Andy Mientus has opened up about the stigma he faces as a bisexual person as part of bisexual awareness week.
The Spring Awakening star, who recently married theatre director Michael Arden, admitted that correcting people who assume he is gay feels “unnecessary in the moment,” but acknowledged that this was down to “my own shame,” in an Instagram post shared on Monday (September 19).
“I try to be visible all the time just by being true to who I am openly, but I know many people struggle with this because of the stigma associated with bi-ness,” he wrote.
“I know that some of you, probably friends even, are reading this and rolling your eyes- ‘oh he’s still holding on to that? Who is SHE kidding?’- and I don’t blame you.”
A survey of 515 bisexual people last year found that 66% of bisexuals felt that they had to pass as exclusively straight, while 42% felt that they had to pass as exclusively gay or lesbian – and Mientus touched on the invisibility of bi people in the heartfelt post.
“Not many are open about it so we appear to be very rare creatures, maybe even mythical,” the 29-ear-old wrote.
“I’ve definitely felt the pressure to just accept being lumped in as gay when I meet new people- correcting them feels super political and unnecessary in the moment but then later I realize that it’s my own shame.
“I try to be the best person I can be always but I am just an actor, not a queer-studies professor, and I am learning along with everyone else. I have and will continue to put my foot in my mouth on issues so I won’t pretend to know everything.” The star also noted that younger generations are feeling the same pressure he feels to conform to monosexuality: “Because of my platform as an actor, kids reach out to me almost daily confused about their sexuality and it breaks my heart to learn that they are denying their hearts, bodies, and souls just because of what other people will think of them.”
Biphobia is commonplace, even within the LGBT community. High profile cases, such as Christopher Biggins suggesting that bisexuals just don’t want “to admit they’re gay” in this year’s Celebrity Big Brother, are reflective of a wider, everyday problem. But Mientus wants to tackle hate with love, and ignorance with patience.
“We now talk about LGBT+ issues constantly but how often do we really consider the B in there? Have you ever doubted someone who tells you they are Bi- “Sure, Jan”- or debated the validity of that claim behind their back? Do you have a preconceived idea of what bi “really” looks like based on what TV and movies have told you?
“When I encounter ignorance about my identity, I always try to approach it from a place of warmth and education, so this is not me lecturing the monosexuals out there,” he explained.
“If you think you could be bi, ask yourself what is holding you back from accepting it- is it your own developing feelings or your fear of society around you? Together, we can end that stigma.”
|by Anonymous||replies 33||Last Saturday at 10:27 PM|
And do other dudes use it at your gym?
|by Anonymous||replies 120||Last Saturday at 10:22 PM|
South Williamsburg locals tried to stonewall an NYPD investigation into the mob attack on a gay African-American man, an NYPD detective testified Tuesday in the trial of the only accused attacker still facing charges.
Hate Crimes Unit Detective Eric Sanchez recalled that when investigators went to try to retrieve surveillance footage of the early-morning 2013 beating of then-student Taj Patterson that left him blind in one eye, "We discovered that many of the residents in the area were being uncooperative." Sanchez explained that when asked for footage, people in the heavily Hasidic Jewish area would claim their cameras were broken or weren't set to record at the time.
Only after repeated instances of this did it occur to detectives to send Jewish detectives, and according to the Daily News, one undercover investigator in particular gained access to footage by claiming to have been the victim of a robbery the same night.
The testimony came in the trial of Mayer Herskovic on gang assault and other charges. The gang assault charge alone carries as many as 25 years in prison. His codefendants have pleaded guilty to unlawful imprisonment, a misdemeanor, and dodged jail time, though they are currently quibbling about a judge's requirement that they perform community services in "culturally diverse neighborhoods"—they had applied to volunteer for a Jewish children's health group. Two other codefendants saw their charges dropped after some witnesses changed their tunes.
Prosecutors claim that the attackers are members of the local Shomrim organization, a Hasidic Jewish neighborhood patrol with many of the accouterments of actual police, and witnesses have said that the 15 to 20 men who surrounded Patterson, yelled anti-gay slurs, and beat him were wearing clothes with Shomrim insignias on them.
Patterson is also suing the Shomrim group, the Williamsburg Safety Patrol, which has denied that all the suspects were members, though it has not gotten more specific, and the city, for its ties to the organization. [bold] The NYPD reportedly closed the investigation into the assault on Patterson shortly after he filed a complaint, and only reopened it after Patterson's mother spoke out in the press. [/bold]
Herskovic's DNA was allegedly found on one of Patterson's shoes, which a member of the mob threw onto a rooftop.
Herskovic’s attorney Israel Fried asked Sanchez on Tuesday if he had ever encountered such recalcitrance during an investigation before, to which Sanchez said, "Not to this magnitude."
|by Anonymous||replies 60||Last Saturday at 10:12 PM|
I see her a lot in movies. Do you think she's going to be a movie star in the future?
|by Anonymous||replies 176||Last Saturday at 10:11 PM|
I'm referring to the standard remote you get if you live in Manhattan. The dilemma is simply turning the TV on, aka getting a picture on the screen. Sometimes it takes forever.
I was told never touch SYSTEM ON/OFF so I leave it alone. Then to the right there's POWER and the two buttons right below it, TV and CABLE. What I do is push those three buttons over and over until the TV goes on. It's totally random, I don't use any set order, even though there must be one. I just look for the blue indicator light on the cable box to light up, and for the little red light on the Samsung TV to blink five times before it goes on. That's when the TV goes on. Sometimes it takes FOREVER, to the point where I don't look forward to turning on the TV.
Any suggestions? What is the right order? Thanks in advance.
|by Not all that tech here.||replies 0||Last Saturday at 10:11 PM|
Is there anything more disgusting? It's like everywhere I step, there's one. Smokers need to discard their nasty cigarette butts in the TRASH.
|by Anonymous||replies 46||Last Saturday at 10:07 PM|
They should have kept it secret until the debate. Now Trump is threatening to have Gennifer Flowers in the front row.
|by Anonymous||replies 50||Last Saturday at 10:02 PM|
Do they only hire white people under 25? Seriously.
Wondering if the company owners are racist and ageist.
|by Anonymous||replies 183||Last Saturday at 9:54 PM|
Next thread goes...
|by Anonymous||replies 482||Last Saturday at 9:44 PM|
|by see a pattern here?||replies 8||Last Saturday at 9:41 PM|
Now a source close to the actor is speaking out exclusively to PEOPLE about Pitt's side of the story.
Pitt "was drunk, and there was an argument between him and Angelina," says the source. One of the couple's older children "then got caught in the middle, literally. He stepped in front of Brad. There was a parent-child argument which was not handled in the right way and escalated more than it should have."
The source says Pitt did not hurt his son. "He is emphatic that it did not reach the level of physical abuse, that no one was physically harmed. He did not hit his child in the face in any way. He did not do that; he is emphatic about that. He put his hands on him, yes, because the confrontation was nose to nose and was spiraling out of control."
Any accusations beyond that are "a combination of exaggerations and lies," the Pitt source contends, blaming sources close to Jolie. "They have taken the overall smallest kernel of truth – that a fight in which Brad was somewhat inebriated got out of hand and reached a regrettable peak, and that as a result DCFS is looking into it – and they are manipulating it to best suit their attempts to gain custody."
|by Anonymous||replies 105||Last Saturday at 9:19 PM|
Has anyone ever used the MealPal service? What do you think of it?
|by Anonymous||replies 0||Last Saturday at 9:18 PM|
[italic]Now, the comedian and the show are facing backlash for not addressing the issue.[/italic]
Well-known angry black SJW is demanding she be fired now. Pretty shocking that HuffPo is turning on a WOC.
|by Anonymous||replies 60||Last Saturday at 9:10 PM|
New York Times does a nice job fact checking Trump - just for the last week.
|by Anonymous||replies 2||Last Saturday at 9:06 PM|
Geography is taught elsewhere in the world at the undergraduate and graduate level.
Do you know why? Well do you?
|by Anonymous||replies 134||Last Saturday at 8:54 PM|
Hello, hello, hello. I would like to share my experience about working on the show for two years [during New Orleans period]. Stay tuned!
|by Anonymous||replies 22||Last Saturday at 8:47 PM|
"You're pretty much the only outlet in the world presenting this fairly." he tweeted.
He wasn't referring to Datalounge.
|by Anonymous||replies 155||Last Saturday at 8:43 PM|
What about them makes you feel that way?
|by Anonymous||replies 52||Last Saturday at 8:42 PM|
When my bill jumped $35 this month I called Time Warner. Previously they would lower my bill when I complained every year, keeping the same package. Rep said now that they're Spectrum I'd be given a different plan for a cheaper price. At the end of the conversation he said I'd have to get a new Set Top Box. If I don't switch my current box will I still get the original package channels?
|by Anonymous||replies 15||Last Saturday at 8:39 PM|
He seems like a genuinely nice person. I haven't seen anything unkind from him. He's apparently new. Let him get his groove and just be himself.
|by Welcome KC||replies 29||Last Saturday at 8:38 PM|
The Argentine telenovela "Botineras" is featuring an incredibly hot romance between two football players, Manuel (Christian Sancho, the guy with the mustache) and Lalo (Ezekuiel Castano). Here's a sample of some of their NSFW hottest moments:
|by Why can''t we get this on American TV?||replies 28||Last Saturday at 8:36 PM|
What's the real story? Was he gay?
|by Anonymous||replies 12||Last Saturday at 8:34 PM|
Time to switch teams everyone!
|by Anonymous||replies 15||Last Saturday at 8:29 PM|
Still around and taking celebrity ass kissing to an entirely new level!!!
And why oh why is Andy attracted to, and friends with, pro baseball player Anthony Recker? See link.
|by Anonymous||replies 44||Last Saturday at 8:25 PM|
If I want to see a hot guy on top all the time, I won't bother watching gay porn. I can watch hot males in mainstream/straight porn coz they always fuck girls. IMHO, a strict top is a boner killer in gay porn.
The good thing in gay porn is we can see hot guys on giving or recieving ends. It's a big turn-on watching hot guys get fucked, esp when they get fucked for the first time on screen. Here I recommend mensparkle, a blog featuring a collection of hot guys' bottoming debut.
|by Anonymous||replies 54||Last Saturday at 8:24 PM|
|by Anonymous||replies 16||Last Saturday at 8:23 PM|
So, Miss Carol Burnett will be making one last tour of the United States. And she will be taking questions from the audience. So what should we ask her?
A few warnings:
Do not ask her to do the Tarzan yell
Do not ask her to sing "I'm Shy."
Do not ask her about her glug-glug problem.
Do not ask her why she divorced her husband, the producer of her show.
Do not ask her about her daughter's death.
Do not ask her the name of the man who sponsored her.
Do not ask her why she didn't smack the shit out of Harvey Korman for always breaking up a scene.
Do not ask her if Harvey Korman was gay.
Do not ask her if she had Lyle Waggoner perform sexual favors to get a bigger role on her show.
Do not ask her if she's bitter that Vicki Lawrence got a lot of mileage out of the Mama character.
Do not ask her why she thought she had the chops to play Carlotta in Follies.
Any other topics are fair game.
|by Anonymous||replies 38||Last Saturday at 8:21 PM|
Yum yum yummy
|by Anonymous||replies 553||Last Saturday at 8:19 PM|
LUCAS TILL SET TO BE THE NEW ‘MACGYVER’
The leading role, once made famous by Richard Dean Anderson will focus on a 20-something MacGyver as he works his way through society and saves people’s lives.
Till will play alongside Joshua Boone, who’s been cast as Gunner, MacGyver’s best friend from high school in the series from writer-executive producer Paul Downs Colaizzo and director James Wan.
The show will also welcome CSI alum George Eads, who will play Lincoln, a government employee with unusual conspiracy theories.
|by Anonymous||replies 20||Last Saturday at 8:12 PM|
On one episode of the TV series Sex and the City, Carrie Bradshaw discovers that the guy she's currently seeing had dated both men and women in the past. Clearly uncomfortable with the thought of taking things any further with him, she confides to her friends: “You know, I did the ‘date a bisexual guy’ thing in college, but in the end they all ended up with men…I’m not even sure bisexuality exists. I think it’s just a layover on the way to gaytown.”
Carrie expressed a belief that a lot of folks in the real world hold, too—that all bisexual men are secretly gay and just aren’t quite ready to come out yet. This idea that all bisexual men are gays in disguise is, like Sex and the City, pure fiction (see here and here for scientific evidence that bisexuality is a distinct sexual orientation); however, it turns out that there is some truth to the idea that bisexuality sometimes serves as a transitional identity.
In this study, researchers recruited men who currently identified as gay via Facebook and Grindr. In total, 58 participants (most of whom were White and aged 26 on average) completed an online survey about their sexual attitudes and history. Thirty-six of these participants also went on to complete a lab study in which their genital arousal patterns were recorded while they watched different kinds of pornography.
What the researchers found was that nearly half (48.3%) of the participants had identified as bisexual at a previous point in time. Of those who had done so, most (60.7%) said they had sex with a woman before, too; by contrast, among those who did not previously identify as bisexual, just 6.7% reported having had sex with a woman.
When asked about their reasons for previously identifying as bisexual, the two most commonly endorsed reasons were that it was easier to think of oneself as bisexual than as completely gay (60.7%) and that others might have an easier time accepting oneself as bisexual instead of completely gay (67.9%).
Less commonly endorsed reasons included: wanting a future with a wife and children (21.4%), being sexually attracted to both sexes (21.4%), and having previously masturbated thinking of both sexes (17.9%). Note that participants could select more than one of these reasons.
Consistent with these findings, the vast majority (82.1%) of men who had previously identified as bisexual reported that they did not currently believe themselves to have been bisexual in the past.
The other particularly interesting finding from this paper came from the genital arousal portion of the study. Men who previously identified as bisexual did not demonstrate higher levels of genital arousal or self-reported sexual arousal in response to woman-on-woman porn compared to men who had never identified as bisexual. In other words, those who had identified as bisexual in the past did not currently show any evidence of heightened sexual attraction to women.
For one thing, these results suggest that male transitional bisexuality is common and that it seems to be more about coming to terms with one’s own gay identity than it is about actually being bisexual. The fact that this is so common is probably what has given rise to the popular stereotype that male bisexuality is just “a layover on the way to gaytown.”
For another, these findings also suggest that a history of bisexual identification among gay men isn’t necessarily evidence of sexual fluidity because most of the men who adopt this temporary identity don’t actually have bisexual feelings. Scientists studying sexual fluidity therefore need to be mindful of the fact that transitional bisexuality exists.
On a side note, I should mention that the study discussed above didn’t just look at transitional bisexuality—it also explored the differences between completely gay men (those who score 6 on the Kinsey Scale) and mostly gay men (those who score 5), which is interesting in its own right. However, I think that might merit its own separate post, so stay tuned.
|by Anonymous||replies 36||Last Saturday at 8:09 PM|
When you vote in November.
|by Anonymous||replies 46||Last Saturday at 8:02 PM|
I was reading a thread on Twilight Zone episodes and someone mentioned two episodes I'd never seen, The Howling Man and the other (I forget the name) about a guy who works in a wax museum who becomes obsessed with the figures of the the murderers. I tracked them both down and they're both very creepy and good!
The actor from The Howling Man, Robin Hughes, I realized was also in one of my favorite films, Auntie Mame, as Brian O'Bannion. He is really beautiful, with unearthly, luminous eyes (I'll MARY myself). I looked him up on Wikipedia and IMDB and there's not much there. Was he family? Why didn't he work more? Beautiful, talented man, incredible voice.
Here's a link to a summary of The Howling Man with pictures.
|by Anonymous||replies 1||Last Saturday at 7:59 PM|
Do you know, or know of, any person with Foreign Accent Syndrome other than Madonna?
|by Anonymous||replies 17||Last Saturday at 7:54 PM|
This is an attractive man, right?
|by Anonymous||replies 62||Last Saturday at 7:48 PM|
[quote]A new novel takes on the terror group, by imagining a tender same-sex love affair on the battlefield
[quote]Opponents have gone after the Islamic State with bombs, with interdiction, and by fighting its propaganda online. Here’s a novel approach: gay sex stories.
[quote]An elusive fiction writer has published a narrative about the Sunni militants’ ongoing jihad in Syria and Iraq that’s as much Brokeback Mountain as it is Black Hawk Down. Yes, there’s bloody battles, suicide bombers, and Yazidi sex slaves. But at the center of ISIS: A Love Story is the fervid romance that brews between two wayward radicals, one that’s intended to titillate but also undermine the terror group’s barbaric behavior and ideology.
[quote]Billed as “gay jihaderotica,” the book, available in paperback on Amazon for $6.99, offers a dramatic look into the lives of ISIS fighters that moves between battlefields and bedrooms (and showers, and even tents). While others have sought to take aim at ISIS through clever, subversive means, none have gone so far as to take a swipe at the group through 120 pages of literary realism.
[quote]“The gay aspect of the story opens up a lot of potential for discussion of the treatment of homosexuals under ISIS,” the author, who uses the pen name Abu Salaam, told Vocativ in an interview. “Still, it’s meant to be evocative more than provocative.” Since seizing territory in 2014, the militants have waged a relentless — and very public — campaign against gays. That’s included executing men and boys accused of sodomy en masse. ISIS fighters have also hurled alleged homosexual couples to their deaths from the tops of buildings, a horrific scene that also appears in the pages of this book.
[quote]Salaam’s novel follows the tale of Ali and Manjun, two young ISIS recruits, as they criss-cross the extremists’ self-declared caliphate in Syria. Idealistic at first, the pair’s commitment to the jihad falters as they square off against fellow Muslims in harrowing firefights, witness gory executions, and scramble to stay alive. Slowly, the men come to find solace and comfort in each other as they forge a romantic relationship.
|by Anonymous||replies 0||Last Saturday at 7:48 PM|
Only 29 years old and a state legislator. Goodlooking too.
|by Anonymous||replies 2||Last Saturday at 7:45 PM|
I am not gonna do it, but a friend is part of it.
|by Anonymous||replies 34||Last Saturday at 7:38 PM|
I'm wondering who else is going to show up at the debate
|by Anonymous||replies 3||Last Saturday at 7:30 PM|
Trump is Teflon because nothing sticks to him. Any other person who said the things he said would have been out of the race.
Any other person who had the amount of exposes written about him would have been driven out of the race by now.
But not Trump because he is TEFLON. Nothing sticks to him.
|by Anonymous||replies 97||Last Saturday at 7:27 PM|
Fuck that. Fuck it right up the ass.
|by Anonymous||replies 3||Last Saturday at 7:25 PM|
Richter defends Bee on Twitter, calling the piece 'a tub of horses---'
Andy Richter isn’t happy with the New York Times’ Ross Douthat.
The Conan sidekick took to social media to vent his frustrations over an essay Douthat wrote for the publication’s Opinions Pages, titled “Clinton’s Samantha Bee Problem,” in which the writer accuses Bee of damaging the Democratic presidential nominee’s bid for the White House by contributing to what he calls the “rapid colonization of new cultural territory by an ascendant social liberalism.”
Douthat argues Bee’s criticism of Fallon, following public backlash against the talk show host’s lighthearted interview with Donald Trump last week, continues a dangerous trend in an ongoing “culture war,” which Douthat says is pushing “areas once considered relatively apolitical” across “an overtly left-wing party line.” He also cites the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences’ attempts to racially diversify its voting ranks and ESPN awarding Caitlyn Jenner its Arthur Ashe Award as examples of how the act of traditionally-liberal institutions shifting further left has “dramatically raised expectations for just how far left our politics can move, while insulating many liberals from the harsh realities of political disagreement in a sprawling, 300-plus million person republic.”
“8 yrs of GOP kleptocracy into 8 yrs of GOP obstruction & @DouthatNYT’s take seems to be ‘gee liberals sure are bitchy these days,’” he wrote. “… heaven forbid that an area of the tv industry, while in pursuit of a young audience, should reflect young people’s opinions. Also very notable that the female candidates “problem” is the female host who dares to call out one of the boys’ club.”
Richter ended his rant with a critique of Trump.
“And for those who still refuse to get it: THIS IS NOT MITT ROMNEY. OVERT RACIST DEMAGOGUERY CHANGES EVERYTHING,” he tweeted.
Douthat later responded to Richter’s words, joking that the article is “an implicitly pro-Conan column.”
Read on to see everything Ricther had to say about Douthat’s piece.
Read the tweets at link.
|by Anonymous||replies 6||Last Saturday at 7:25 PM|
Pick your choice
|by Anonymous||replies 9||Last Saturday at 7:24 PM|
|by Anonymous||replies 21||Last Saturday at 7:16 PM|
'Tracey Ullman's Show' will air on HBO this fall
Tracey Ullman hilariously sends up Dame Judi Dench and German Chancellor Angela Merkel in the trailer for the debut season of the sketch series Tracey Ullman's Show. As Densch, she keys a car and gets away with it by saying, "I'm a national treasure." And as Merkel, she accepts the compliment of being called a "white Beyoncé" and a "sturdy German pussycat doll."
The six-episode season, which aired earlier this year in the U.K., kicks off October 28th at 11 p.m. EST on HBO. In addition to Densch and Merkel, Ullman parodies J.K. Rowling and David Beckham, among others. The show has already been renewed for a second season in the U.K. The show is the latest in the comedian's long lineage of sketch comedy shows. In the Eighties, she starred on her own The Tracey Ullman Show on Fox, which provided the first platform for the Simpsons. She also starred in Tracey Takes On ... in the late Nineties and State of the Union in the late 2000s.
|by Anonymous||replies 3||Last Saturday at 7:16 PM|
|by Anonymous||replies 2||Last Saturday at 7:14 PM|
I can't breathe!
|by Canada||replies 15||Last Saturday at 7:13 PM|
Rosie O'Donnell's son goes to Hofstra.
|by Anonymous||replies 1||Last Saturday at 7:09 PM|
Who would you like to see him with?
I can see him with Liam Hemsworth.
|by Anonymous||replies 4||Last Saturday at 6:55 PM|
|by Millennial||replies 4||Last Saturday at 6:49 PM|
I think it's because he's embarrassed. The last time we hooked up, he came in my eye. It's not a big deal, but he can be VERY self-conscious.
|by Anonymous||replies 1||Last Saturday at 6:48 PM|
Did this happen to any other subset of users, or only me? i haven't touched my cookies, but did apply the iOS 10.0.2 upgrade, but that shouldn't affect my data.
|by when will the hurting cease?||replies 8||Last Saturday at 6:48 PM|
Any fans of this TV series? Discuss below. One of my favourite episodes:
|by Anonymous||replies 5||Last Saturday at 6:41 PM|
First I can think of is "fraus".
|by Anonymous||replies 47||Last Saturday at 6:12 PM|
Abderrahman El Ouadrassi
|by Anonymous||replies 119||Last Saturday at 6:07 PM|
According to fans online, there was an open event somewhere in New York last night where her record label played the entire "Joanne" album for fans. Apparently the song has NO pop songs, no melodies, no hooks, and is heavily country influenced with raw vocals. The lead single, Perfect Illusion, is indeed the only pop song on the album.
Perfect Illusion has been freefalling on itunes and streaming charts since it came out, the music video is a disaster and isn't helping the song chart-wise at all, and now it's confirmed the album is going to be a raw country album. This...is astounding. Has there ever before been such a popular singer fall so far from grace so quickly? Lady Gaga WAS 2009 - 2011 and now...holy shit.
|by Anonymous||replies 75||Last Saturday at 6:05 PM|
people know he's an idiot, but he doesn't back down; he keeps saying I don't care, it doesn't matter; he never apologizes and he keeps pushing ahead no matter what.
I think people are fascinated with this way of going through life; you're just never wrong! Facts? Who cares?
|by Anonymous||replies 8||Last Saturday at 6:05 PM|
John Michael Gray who is survived by his husband Tim O’Connor have been known far beyond Boston and Provincetown as the iconic “Hat Sisters” for as long as I have lived in Boston.
For those of you from Boston and Provincetown, I’m sure your Facebook feed is already flooded with tributes and photos of these two very special men, and I wanted to join in my own way by sharing how much I love these two. I want to also express my profound respect for how their love for each other and Boston and Provincetown helped many of us become a little more comfortable with ourselves and feel welcomed. My fondest memories of John are of him having drinks at Fritz on Chandler Street, lighting the Pride Lights tree on Tremont Street each year and of course his fabulous entrance to Tea Dances at the Boatslip in Provincetown.
|by Anonymous||replies 1||Last Saturday at 5:58 PM|
Say anything comes to your mind at the moment!
I have the flu and listening to Bee Gees
|by Anonymous||replies 4||Last Saturday at 5:46 PM|
Look at all the thread's he's started recently
***BREAKING*** GENNIFER FLOWERS WILL BE ATTENDING DEBATES, HAS TRUMP'S BACK!!!
Trump Threatens To Seat Gennifer Flowers In Front of Clinton At Debates!
So The Guy of Logo's "Finding Prince Charming" Has a Gaping Ripping Out Asshole
Trump floats more potential Supreme Court picks — including Sen. Mike Lee
First ‘SNL’ Latina Cast Member Caught Deleting Racist Tweets
Nearly Half of Voters Believe Donald Trump Will Drop a Nuclear Bomb if He's Elected
Trump Campaign To Make $140M Ad Buy
So The New "Exorcist" TV Series Was Actually Good!
3 Muslim Terrorist Attacks, Blacks Rioting, And Now A Crazy Mexican Opens Fire On Innocent People In A Shopping Mall
So When Donald Trump Becomes President, Will His Supporters Flee Here Like The Brexit Dopes
Trump aide: Critics will ‘bow down to President Trump’
Hillary Clinton Speaks ‘Directly To White People’ After Latest Police Shooting
New Trump Ad Uses Clip Of Clintons' Infamous Gennifer Flowers Interview (VIDEO)
Why Aren't Democrats Freaking Out Over Clinton's Poll Numbers?
Donald Trump is going to win, says professor who has correctly predicted the last 8 elections
Is Clinton Leading Nationwide in Any Other Polls Other Than NBC's?
Now Little Kids Are Kneeling During The National Anthem At Football Games
JonBenet tried to take my pineapple
JoeScar Smacks Down Clinton Gay Campaign Manager For Dodging On Syria (VIDEO)
|by Anonymous||replies 6||Last Saturday at 5:43 PM|
All she did was kill roaches. She's definitely second team material if you ask me
|by Charlotte Rae||replies 0||Last Saturday at 5:39 PM|
As you know it is Bisexuality Visibility Week and I just wanted to come out and say something that I have never said before: yes I am Bisexual. It feels so good to just say it out loud and get that off my chest!
As a Bisexual am so proud and excited to be part of the QUILTBAGPP "rainbow." It makes me feel so good to know that I have a whole community out there waiting to support me. But one thing that many of you might not know is that Bisexuals face so much discrimination and Biphobia every day of our lives!
Think about it. From Will and Grace to Ellen Degenerous there has never been a show that is about Bisexuals. That's hurtful. Do you know how it feels to watch Ellen on TV every day and know that a Bisexual would NEVER be allowed to have a successful Talk Show. It's a slap in the face.
There are also so many microaggressions that people do, like when they assume that ALL bisexuals want to have a manage a ta. No, just because I am a bisexual does not mean I am looking for group sex OKAY? (Even if that might make my husband happy lol.) If you say that to me I will give you "side eye." Or when people say that just because you've never had sex with a person of your own gender, that means you can't be bisexual. That's like saying just because you've never eaten chocolate you can't like chocolate! *ROLLS EYES.*
I'm not your Hershey's Kiss, okay!??
|by Anonymous||replies 13||Last Saturday at 5:38 PM|
You love them but its absolutely tortuous to be around them. I wouldnt send the holidays with them but it would break my mother's heart.
|by Anonymous||replies 29||Last Saturday at 5:14 PM|
Its the right thing to do, ecologically speaking.
|by Anonymous||replies 0||Last Saturday at 5:06 PM|
and for what studio/site?
|by Anonymous||replies 134||Last Saturday at 5:06 PM|
Remember when Trump called Ted Cruz a compulsive liar, accused his father of helping to murder JFK, and made fun of his wife’s appearance? Ted Cruz doesn’t. Via Breitbart:
Daniel Schneider, executive director of the American Conservative Union, talked to Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Stephen K. Bannon about the Trump campaign, Ted Cruz, and conservative politics, saying, “Ted’s definitely going to endorse Trump” Wednesday night. “Ted’s a smart conservative who is also a good political operative.” Schneider added, “A Trump administration is going to be a lot more conservative than people are assuming.”
Schneider said he believed in his speech tonight, Ted Cruz will lay out some basic conservative principles to which he anticipates Trump will adhere, in exchange for mobilizing the conservative base for November, and that would set the stage for a grand bargain Trump supports. “I think Donald Trump picking Mike Pence, it’s extending his hand to conservatives like Ted Cruz and like me, saying, ‘Okay, I’m ready for this compact,’” said Schneider.
|by Anonymous||replies 62||Last Saturday at 5:03 PM|
He looks good from front to back. Browse, then post with your comments.
|by I'm not Peter William of Montreal||replies 6||Last Saturday at 4:57 PM|
Joseph got together with some film friends to do a shot-by-shot reproduction of one of his father's most famous scenes.
|by Anonymous||replies 36||Last Saturday at 4:50 PM|
Injected precum and piss that customers sent him through the mail into his pee-hole and posted it onto the web. Anything else? Someone shared a link with me a few days ago and I can't find it (thankfully) now. I can't get over it over how bad it was. I know there's a thread about "the show", but this is about the man specifically and the scandal surrounding him and his "business". There's tricking, and then there is straight up FUCKED UP. This was some John Waters shit.
|by Anonymous||replies 13||Last Saturday at 4:50 PM|
Which was yer fav'rit?
|by Anonymous||replies 0||Last Saturday at 4:46 PM|
I thought 'Familly' was sacred! Aren't they our Moral Superiors?
|by Anonymous||replies 21||Last Saturday at 4:40 PM|
As you may know, former Presidents and First Ladies are invited to every presidential inauguration. What should I wear? Please make it work out well for me. Much love.
|by Bar Bush||replies 0||Last Saturday at 4:39 PM|
Post some of your favorites...
|by Anonymous||replies 50||Last Saturday at 4:22 PM|
“Selectively edited” Footage of a young Muslim woman wearing a so-called Burkini being threatened on a French beach was a deliberate set-up for the benefit of a Channel Seven Australia television crew, according to revelations in the Australian press.
Newspapers around the world sympathetically reported the plight of 23-year-old Australian Muslim university student Zeynab Alshelh this week after images emerged which purported to show her being harrassed on a French beach.
British titles including the Daily Telegraph, Sun, BBC, Mirror, and others reported Ms. Alshelh had been “chased off” the beach, while she and her family were “met with abuse”.
Yet calls for the young Muslim activist to issue an apology to France for her deliberately provocative stunt are growing after claims that the anger of those on the beach wasn’t directed at the woman’s attire — but at the presence of television cameras, in clear breach of French privacy laws.
The Daily Mail Australia reports the remarks of an eye witness to the confrontation, who said: “The man on the video who said, ‘You turn around and you leave’, was my uncle. He never asked these three people to leave the beach. He spoke to the camera because he was asking the cameraman to leave.
|by Anonymous||replies 1||Last Saturday at 4:22 PM|
|by Anonymous||replies 339||Last Saturday at 4:16 PM|
NAFTA, The European Union, TPP are all about supporting free trade among nations. Certainly some people lost jobs, but countries as whole benefited economically. Globalization has improved the economic standing of so many people.
So what went wrong? Recently we're seeing countries leaving the EU, anti-NAFTA talk, and both the Republican and Democratic presidential candidates are against TPP.
What's happening to capitalism??
|by Anonymous||replies 28||Last Saturday at 4:14 PM|
|by Anonymous||replies 2||Last Saturday at 4:09 PM|
Coming in September!!! Her fans were calling her a bitch yesterday for acting and not doing new music.
|by Big Monster||replies 128||Last Saturday at 3:43 PM|
I refuse to call them women.
|by Anonymous||replies 2||Last Saturday at 3:28 PM|
She's an idiot.
|by Anonymous||replies 64||Last Saturday at 3:28 PM|
Do you exist? Or do you all loathe us?
|by Anonymous||replies 22||Last Saturday at 3:19 PM|
“The republic is under siege by a moron, basically.”
|by Anonymous||replies 5||Last Saturday at 3:10 PM|
They're kidding with this, right? This bitch cannot cook. She clearly doesn't even know her way around the kitchen and she tries to be too cutesy to make up for her lack of knowing anything. I don't know shit about cooking but I can tell this woman can't even use a knife.
Has anyone else seen this mess?
|by Anonymous||replies 22||Last Saturday at 3:06 PM|
I'm working my way through this Netflix series, not sure what I think about it. Great production values, and the ice maiden matriarch seems like DL icon material. Also love the villain (kind of reminds me of Bosch's first season nemesis).
However, I can't stand the character of Marcella herself, and the gay guys in the story are pretty stereotypical, even if the one with the beard is very hot.
|by Anonymous||replies 17||Last Saturday at 3:05 PM|
Disturbing video. I understand their frustration, but it needs to be directed at the right people, not innocent bystanders.
|by Anonymous||replies 26||Last Saturday at 3:02 PM|
Ok y'all, gather around the fireplace and listen up.
If you have a vagina, but were born without a uterus, have elevated levels of testosterone in your system, along with other male traits like body structure, you are a man, regardless of your vagina.
If you sleep with men, you are a gay male with a vagina. Hope this clears things up for you.
|by Anonymous||replies 0||Last Saturday at 2:59 PM|
Remember this? So creepy. And strangely did not happen in Florida.
|by Anonymous||replies 2||Last Saturday at 2:54 PM|