She went duck hunting with her husband.
|by Anonymous||replies 34||10 hours ago|
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She went duck hunting with her husband.
|by Anonymous||replies 34||10 hours ago|
I parked my car on the street yesterday, and proceeded to walk to my house.
This stupid little shit kid about 8-10 years old comes out of nowhere from behind me with his bike, and totally cuts me off and scares the shit out of me.
I was really pissed off and glared an unholy glare at him for almost hitting me with his bike. Then all of a sudden his bike skidded sideways and he crashed into a pole and fell off his bike. Then he started crying!
A lady who saw what happened, asked him "Are you okay?"
Meanwhile, I had a Cheshire-cat like grin on my face, and said under my breath "Serves you right you little shit, for trying to hit me with your bike."
It was the best feeling in the world! Now I know what it's like to be Carrie White.
|by Anonymous||replies 5||10 hours ago|
Is it worth it?
It looks ficking huge
|by Anonymous||replies 34||10 hours ago|
Confusing intertwined storylines of like 15 characters, disgusting cinematography, totally miscast, music that clashes with every scene, the horrendous Olivia Wilde, Timothy Chalamet with Meth sores on his face, Diane Keaton - who thinks she’s still filming The Family Stone, and Steve Martin as the family dog & narrator. It’s so bad!
|by Anonymous||replies 0||10 hours ago|
Color guard, red carpet, 21 gun salute etc.
|by Anonymous||replies 68||10 hours ago|
Can anyone guess what and who this is? I only have it saved as "FF10", but there is a triangle in the corner that says "SPACE". I need to know to whom that fantastic ass belongs!
|by Anonymous||replies 21||10 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||replies 13||10 hours ago|
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — A federal judge in Washington on Friday night halted a plan to release and put on house arrest the Arkansas man photographed sitting at a desk in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office during last week's riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Richard Barnett will instead be brought to Washington, D.C., immediately for proceedings in his case, Chief U.S. District Judge Beryl Howell ordered Friday night, staying a decision by another judge to confine Barnett to his home in Gravette, Arkansas, until his trial.
Howell's ruling came hours after U.S. Magistrate Judge Erin Wiedemann in Arkansas set a $5,000 bond for Barnett and ordered that a GPS monitor track his location. Wiedemann also prohibited Barnett from using the internet or having contact with anyone else who participated in the Jan. 6 violence.
Barnett, 60, was among supporters of President Donald Trump who stormed the Capitol as lawmakers assembled to certify President-elect Joe Biden’s victory over Trump. Five people died during the violent insurrection, including a Capitol police officer. During a nearly five-hour hearing Friday via video conference, federal prosecutors had argued that Barnett should remain in custody.
“If (Barnett) will travel across the country and engage in this level of criminal behavior because he believes that he is right and it is the Electoral College that is wrong, what would deter him?” Assistant U.S. Attorney Kim Harris said.
Barnett is charged with unlawfully entering a restricted area with a lethal weapon— a stun gun. Barnett is also charged with disorderly conduct and theft of public property. He faces up to 11 1/2 months in prison if convicted.
“I think your honor can shape a release order that provides a sufficient array of conditions that will allow my client to be released, that will allow my client to effectively defend himself and... will allow him to build enough of a ‘fence' around him that if he stumbles, it will be brought to your honor's attention almost immediately," Anthony Siano, Barnett's attorney, told the judge during the hearing.
He surrendered voluntarily Jan. 8 to FBI agents at the Benton County Sheriff’s Office in Bentonville, Arkansas, and has remained in the Washington County jail since then.
During Friday's hearing, prosecutors showed pictures of Barnett sitting at a desk in Pelosi's office and Capitol security video of him inside the building. They also showed footage of him bragging on a bullhorn to a crowd outside the Capitol about taking an envelope from the speaker's office. Prosecutors also cited concerns that Barnett had not turned over the stun gun or the cell phone he took with him to Washington.
|by Anonymous||replies 4||10 hours ago|
A Philadelphia man out walking his dog was fatally shot in the chest after being stopped by two men, who searched through his pockets before shooting him in the chest.
Milan Loncar, 25, was walking his dachshund-Chihuahua mix dog on Wednesday at about 7pm, about a block from his home, when two men approached him in the street, according to police.
Surveillance video from the incident shows the suspects walking down the sidewalk, then splitting up to corral Milan as they approach him, stopping him in his tracks.
One of the suspects can be seen pulling out what appears to be a gun and holding it at chest level to stop Milan. The suspect then seems to reach for Milan's pockets.
Police said that a shot was then fired and that the suspects ran from the scene.
Police said that Milan used his cell phone to call for help and was found in the street with a gunshot wound, while still holding the dog's leash, CBS Philadelphia reported.
His sister, Jelena Loncar, 27, said that she wasn't sure if Milan had been purposely targeted.
'I don’t know if they were going to rob anyone,' Jelena told the newspaper. 'If he’s walking his dog, why would he have a ton of cash on him? I don’t get it.'
She told CBS Philadelphia that because her brother didn't have any money on him and wasn't carrying a weapon, he couldn't have been targeted.
Instead, she believe the incident 'was intentional, just to kill him.'
Why does "Chihuahua" rate capitalization and "dachshund" doesn't?
|by Anonymous||replies 54||10 hours ago|
I have a friend who is not a paying/contributing member, and he's been griping that this place has been in Primetime for over one week SOLID.
No non-contributing members have been allowed to post for over a week straight.
So is this going to be a permanent thing?
-Asking for a Friend. Literally.
|by Anonymous||replies 49||10 hours ago|
The son looks like he's Ringo's father, though.
|by Anonymous||replies 8||10 hours ago|
I just did. A guy I briefly dated 20 years ago. The long Long distance thing made it impossible and we lost touch. The first hit on google was from some site called kiwifarms, which is a forum for people who have nothing better to do than follow the social media of people who are suffering from a descent into madness. Their screen grabs of my friends multiple FB pages were a voyeuristic look at someone’s spiral into meth addiction and madness. He was such a kind soul and very talented. I really didn’t need to see it.
|by Sad||replies 4||10 hours ago|
squeezing your virgin ass till you scream and cum all over my cock 6’2 200 pounds
|by Anonymous||replies 9||10 hours ago|
It is so, so bad it's good. And it's as subtle as Cultural Revolution propaganda posters
|by Anonymous||replies 22||10 hours ago|
One of the most quoted lines in American nonfiction is Joan Didion’s “we tell ourselves stories in order to live.” It’s the first sentence of “The White Album,” an essay in which Didion recounts some facts, some images, and some reporting notes from 1968. Didion felt that she had lost the ability to string the stuff of stories into narratives, and, as a result, life itself seemed to drain away. She was plagued with symptoms that were variously interpreted as neurological or psychiatric—or, after the fact, by Didion herself, as a normal reaction to 1968, which could have given anyone a case of vertigo and nausea. Outwardly, she appeared to function, except when she didn’t, when her mind was besieged by disconnected phrases and an overwhelming sense of existential dread, apparently insurmountable for being well founded.
Nations, in this way, are like people: they cannot survive without a story. A common sense of past and future, a broad agreement on organizational principles, trust that your neighbors near and distant share a general understanding of reality and current events—all of these are necessary for any kind of politics to function. American politics right now are like Didion’s life in 1968: a jumble of fragments, a thin veneer of functionality, and an abyss of well-founded existential fear. At this moment, we are deciding whether we will try to forge a coherent story.
During the first impeachment of Donald Trump, in November, 2019, I wrote that it was impossible to observe the hearings without first choosing between two non-overlapping views of reality, two different stories. In one story, Trump had repeatedly abused power and was finally facing impeachment for a particularly egregious incident of abuse. In the other, Democrats had been trying to get Trump for years and had finally latched on to an inconsequential incident, staging a witch trial to get rid of the President. This week, the Republican Party is still closing ranks around the President, with a mere ten exceptions in the House. Wednesday’s impeachment hearing, like the first, was legible only through one of two frames: either Trump organized an attempted coup and was being impeached for it, or, as Representative Jim Jordan, of Ohio, claimed in his speech on the House floor, “It’s always been about getting the President no matter what. It’s an obsession.”
Although several Republican representatives acknowledged that the violence at the Capitol on January 6th was terrifying, condemnable, and un-American, some of them compared it to Black Lives Matter protests, or what they imagined the Black Lives Matter protests to be. “Make no mistake, the left in America has incited far more political violence than the right,” Representative Matt Gaetz, of Florida, said. “For months, our cities burned, police stations burned, our businesses were shattered, and they said nothing.” By this logic, since no one was impeached for, say, the property damage sustained in Minneapolis last year during the protests of George Floyd’s death at the hands of the police, no one should be impeached for inciting chaos at the Capitol.
President-elect Joe Biden released a statement several hours after the House voted on the motion to impeach. This timing seemed designed to signal that impeachment is not one of Biden’s top priorities. “I hope that the Senate leadership will find a way to deal with their Constitutional responsibilities on impeachment while also working on the other urgent business of this nation,” the statement read. Over all, Biden has distanced himself from the proceedings, underscoring that he sees his job as getting his Cabinet seated, speeding up vaccine distribution, and passing his economic-relief package. On Thursday, barely more than twenty-four hours after the impeachment vote, Biden gave a speech in which he made no mention of it, or Trump, or January 6th.
|by Anonymous||replies 4||10 hours ago|
I have never studied art history formally, but I know something about Italian and Northern Renaissance paintings and book illustrations, and a little about medieval manuscripts.
I have looked at a lot of Chinese art and now I'm onto art of the Persian and Mughal Empires. Chinese art, at least for me, is an acquired taste. In particular, the use of perspective is so different from European Renaissance painting and it really requires a shift in expectation on the part of the viewer. I really like Chinese painting now, especially of the Ming and Qing dynasties. (Tang, Song, and anything earlier I don't like quite as much.)
For whatever reason, I am not warming to Persian and Mughal (below) art. I'm not sure why ... something about it -- the colors? -- grates. Maybe I just haven't looked at enough. And I admit I am very ignorant of its art historical context. Sometimes I wonder if I've been unconsciously conditioned to look at all art through a Western perspective and it negatively impacts my taste.
What are some of your favorite pieces of non-Western art, DL? Help me expand my horizons.
|by Anonymous||replies 51||10 hours ago|
The largest palace in the World. Certainly the biggest built during the 18th Century.
Have you've visited?
|by Anonymous||replies 1||10 hours ago|
Ben Affleck is incredibly proud of what ex-fiancée, Jennifer Lopez, has accomplished — but he’ll never forget the “ugly s***” she dealt with when they were together.
“Bennifer” was one of the biggest celebrity couples of the early aughts, which happened to coincide with the rise of the tabloid industry. It also happened to coincide with some bad Affleck films —Daredevil, Surviving Christmas and Gigli — which the actor reflected on during The Hollywood Reporter's Awards Chatter podcast.
“You know, there’s always a story of the month, and me dating Jennifer Lopez happened to be that tabloid story at the time when that business grew exponentially,” he said. “The tabloids exploded, the internet started… they needed something to write about and we were that thing.”
When it came to his romance with Lopez, their two-year relationship ending in 2004, Affleck said they were the Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor of the time.
“Particularly in that case, at first it was like Dick and Liz. It was sort of this infatuation, ‘What an interesting couple!’ Then there was a ton of resentment,” he explained.
Lopez received the brunt of that resentment in the tabloid press which Affleck called “reckless and irresponsible.”
“The irony is not lost on me that Jennifer now — people were so f****** mean about her. Sexist, racist. Ugly, vicious s*** was written about her in ways that if you wrote it now, you would literally be fired for saying those things you said. Now it’s like, she’s lionized and respected for the work she did, where she came from, what she accomplished — as well she f****** should be!”
Affleck, who is still friends with Lopez, continued, “I would say you have a better chance from the Bronx, of ending up as like [Justice Sonia] Sotomayor on the Supreme Court than you do of having Jennifer Lopez’s career and being who she is at 50 years old today. Not that one has more value than the other, just on a pure odds level, pure hard work. I don’t think I met anybody that worked harder than Jennifer Lopez.”
When the couple split, Affleck’s career was in a shambles.
“I was depressed, had depression when I was younger, that was very difficult… I kind of had to develop a sense of, like, ‘I’m going to get through this no matter what. No matter how s***** it feels,’” he said.
“I never thought to myself, ‘I have no talent. I really am an a******. I really am some jerkoff shallow frat guy.’ I've never even been inside a fraternity, not that I have anything against it,’” he said, but noted he “was actually in the very worst position you can be in in this business.”
“Which is you can sell magazines but not movie tickets,” he recalled. “People were just saying, ‘You’re worthless. You’re talentless. You’re a hack. You’re a cad. You’re a nobody. You’re s***.’ And really — I guess I function well when I have something to prove.”
Affleck’s career rebounded, but he’s still shocked that some people think he craved that kind of attention in the press, or still does.
“Why in the world would I have wanted that?” he added. “Still, to this day, [some] will go, ‘I see you out there in the paparazzi and the pictures!’ It’s like, ‘Yes, I left my house and took out the trash….’ And it’s still like, ‘You were taking a pap walk!’ As if, if you leave your house, you’re only doing so in the hope that you could be so lucky that you could end up as the sixth item in The Daily Mail. It’s absurd!”
Affleck’s life has been under a microscope for decades, which included a public battle with alcoholism. The actor said he realized he was an alcoholic in 2016.
|by Anonymous||replies 6||10 hours ago|
Not necessarily a horror film, either.
I'd say Mike Leigh's Naked left me with an uncomfortable feeling:
|by Anonymous||replies 115||10 hours ago|
and, well, you know the rest.
The murder house, sometimes known as "The creepiest place to visit in Massachusetts" is for sale:
|by Anonymous||replies 99||10 hours ago|
He creeps me the fuck out.
|by Anonymous||replies 33||10 hours ago|
Be honest. Don't be optimistic.
Biden is 78. Nancy is 80.
Most of our Democratic leadership are more than just Senior Citizens. They're practically ancient.
If one or more of them should become incapacitated for whatever reason, do you truly believe in your heart of hearts that Kamala is ready to lead on "day one?"
Or will the Republicans smell blood in the water?
Personally, I just hope and hope and hope some more that Biden will be perfectly fine for the next four years.
And then we can take it from there.
|by Anonymous||replies 48||10 hours ago|
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) is speaking out about her "traumatizing" experience at the Capitol building during last week's deadly pro-Trump riot, revealing a "very close encounter" made her fear for her life.
The New York lawmaker spoke on Instagram about what she described as a "traumatizing week for so many people" after a mob of President Trump's supporters stormed the Capitol building in a riot that left five people dead. She referenced a "close encounter" she had during the riot, one she said she couldn't provide further details on for security reasons.
"I had a pretty traumatizing event happen to me," she said. "And I do not know if I can even disclose the full details of that event due to security concerns, but I can tell you that I had a very close encounter where I thought I was going to die. ... I did not know if I was going to make it to the end of that day alive. And not just in a general sense, but also in a very, very specific sense."
Ocasio-Cortez told viewers that it "is not an exaggeration to say that many, many members of the House were nearly assassinated" during the riot, and lawmakers were "very lucky that things happened within certain minutes" so they weren't harmed.
"But many of us nearly and narrowly escaped death," Ocasio-Cortez added.
She also described having feared, after being taken to a secure location with other lawmakers, that certain "white supremacist members of Congress" would "disclose my location" and "create opportunities to allow me to be hurt" or "kidnapped."
|by Anonymous||replies 66||10 hours ago|
He is so funny! I especially love his takedowns of Miss Lindsey but his insults to Jarvanka and Susan Collins are also pretty great.
|by Anonymous||replies 23||10 hours ago|
All I get are narrow green rectangles now. Which I have to push on, thank you very much.
If Muriel thinks I have nothing better to do than tap on green boxes then tap AGAIN to close pages once I’ve seen it all, well that’s just the limit.
Is this some supposed “improvement “?!
|by Yes, links preview is ON||replies 2||11 hours ago|
When far-right rioters breached the Capitol during the usually-mundane Electoral College certification on Wednesday, numerous lawmakers were rushed into a secure room to escape the mayhem that had seeped into its halls.
One of those lawmakers was Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri, the leader of the Senate GOP challenge to President-elect Joe Biden's victory, who found himself being shunned by his colleagues during the incredibly volatile situation, according to The Wall Street Journal.
"It was extremely striking," recounted an individual to the Journal. "For most of the time, he was in a corner of the room by himself with no one talking to him or acknowledging him."
According to Republican aides, Hawley's GOP Senate allies "were furious with him."
While an array of Democratic lawmakers slammed his efforts to contest Biden's win shortly after he announced his intentions in late December, the post-riot pushback will likely threaten his effectiveness in the chamber going forward, especially with growing calls for him to resign.
Hawley, who was elected in 2018 by ousting two-term Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill, had been thought of as a likely 2024 presidential contender and was the first senator to announce his objections to the 2020 presidential election results.
Many saw Hawley's move as part of a calculated strategy to endear himself to supporters of President Donald Trump, and once he signed on, Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, who also has his eyes on the White House, jumped in and brought along several more senators to join in the effort.
By law, a formal objection to the Electoral College results needs at least one House member and a member of a Senate to allow for a debate and a vote on the keeping or invalidating an individual state's electoral results.
"In the secure room on Wednesday, a push soon got under way from GOP leadership to persuade the 13 Republican objectors in the Senate to drop any further objections to ratification," according to the Journal.
Cruz then convened with Hawley and several other Senate objectors to come up with a resolution, but Hawley was the only senator that proceeded. Hawley didn't push for further Senate debate, but his challenge to Pennsylvania's electoral results enabled House GOP objectors to continue debating the results well into the early hours of the morning on Thursday.
Biden's 306-232 Electoral College victory over Trump was then certified, but the blowback to Hawley continued.
Former Republican Sen. John Danforth of Missouri, one of Hawley's biggest advocates in running for the Senate, said on Thursday that he strongly regretted the decision.
"Supporting Josh and trying so hard to get him elected to the Senate was the worst mistake I ever made in my life," Danforth told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch's Tony Messenger. "Yesterday was the physical culmination of the long attempt (by Hawley and others) to foment a lack of public confidence in our democratic system. It is very dangerous to America to continue pushing this idea that government doesn't work and that voting was fraudulent."
On Thursday, Simon & Schuster announced that they were dropping Hawley's upcoming book, "The Tyranny of Big Tech," which was set to be released in June 2021.
Despite his increasing isolation from colleagues on both sides of the aisle, Hawley said that he would not resign.
"I will never apologize for giving voice to the millions of Missourians and Americans who have concerns about the integrity of our elections," he said in a statement. "That's my job, and I will keep doing it."
|by Anonymous||replies 35||11 hours ago|
Well, I fucked that other 15%'s tight ass real well, and then pulled out and came in his mouth.
Thank goodness for the self-delusionals.
|by Anonymous||replies 22||11 hours ago|
Sexy sexy man, and gay to boot!
|by Anonymous||replies 13||11 hours ago|
The Lincoln Project strikes again.
|by Anonymous||replies 0||11 hours ago|
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have more than 10 million followers on their @sussexroyal Instagram account, despite it not being updated since March 2020, the month they formally ended their run as senior royals. Now new word is coming that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are reportedly not returning to social media in any capacity.
A source close to the couple told The Sunday Times that the duo, who have moved to California since their royal break, have “no plans” to use social media even as they launch their new endeavor, the Archewell Foundation. The source also said that the couple were “very unlikely” to use social media in any sort of personal capacity.
For those who take an interest in the couple, this should come as no surprise. Markle has previously commented on her decision not to have a social media account, saying in a virtual chat with Fortune in September that, “For my own self-preservation, I have not been on social media for a very long time.” She added, “I’ve made a personal choice to not have any account, so I don’t know what’s out there, and many ways that’s helpful for me.” Prior to her engagement to Prince Harry, Markle did have her own Instagram account as well as a now-shuttered blog called The Tig.
Markle has also been very frank about the hate she has received online and how damaging that has been. She most recently shared her experience as a guest — alongside her husband — on the podcast Teenager Therapy. “I’m told that in 2019 I was the most trolled person in the entire world, male or female,” she said, mentioning the couple’s young son Archie. “Now, [for] eight months of that I wasn’t even visible — I was on maternity leave or with a baby. But what was able to be manufactured and churned out, it’s almost unsurvivable.”
Markle has also famously been trolled by her own family, most notably by her father, who sold images of himself preparing for her wedding to the paparazzi, and has been critical of her step down from royal duties. Now her half-sister, Samantha Markle, is releasing a tell-all book, The Diary Of Princess Pushy’s Sister Part 1, later this month. Thomas Markle, father to both Meghan and Samantha, recently voiced his support for the book, telling Us Weekly, “I’m just very pleased that she’s accomplished this book.”
Their social media silence does not mean that Meghan and Harry are slowing down their work. Markle wrote an op-ed for the New York Times in November shedding light on her recent miscarriage and offering support to millions of other women in the process. She and Prince Harry also recently signed multi-year deals with Spotify and Netflix, and are doing work with their Archewell Foundation — which does not have an official social media presence but, according to its website, is working to “unleash the power of compassion to drive systemic cultural change” through nonprofit work and production.
In their sign-off post last March from their Sussex Royal account the couple wrote, “While you may not see us here, the work continues.” They’ve stayed true to their word.
|by Anonymous||replies 9||11 hours ago|
I’ve been in love with Wojnarowicz’s work, specifically his writing, since my late teens (I’m in my late-thirties now). Reading [italic]Close to the Knives: A Memoir of Disintegration[/italic] - the first book of his I read after sneaking it off the shelf of the Gay & Lesbian section of the local Barnes & Noble - was a watershed moment for me.
Today, I got to hear his voice for the first time and I teared up. I needed to take a break from the insanity of the last three days, and hearing his voice, thoughts, and feelings has been a wonderful and cathartic way to do it. I let out all of my feelings.
Anyway, I just took a quick break from working out and listening to share an extended clip with you all. If you choose to listen, the first couple of seconds of the clip below are the sounds of a radio, maybe in Spanish, that he’s recording. He sporadically inserts recordings of random sounds into his taped journals, so don’t be alarmed.
What he speaks and writes about fills me with solace.
|by Anonymous||replies 19||11 hours ago|
Here are the honorees and some details. More at Wash Post
This spring, the Kennedy Center Honors will salute five performing artists — singer Joan Baez, country musician Garth Brooks, dancer-choreographer Debbie Allen, violinist Midori and actor Dick Van Dyke — and break with tradition by staging six days of intimate performances instead of a one-night blockbuster event.
The 43rd Kennedy Center Honors will be held May 17-22 and broadcast in prime time on CBS on June 6. Because of coronavirus-related restrictions on large gatherings, the 2,360-seat Opera House won’t host the star-studded show, explained Kennedy Center president and chief executive Deborah Rutter. Instead, tributes to honorees will be performed in multiple, smaller settings on the campus — including outdoors on the front plaza and inside the Grand Foyer and the Reach — and the producers will stitch them together for television.
“We will figure out a way to do this,” Rutter said about the celebration of lifetime achievement, which is still a work in progress despite being four months off. “I very much want these five individuals to feel as feted and supported and recognized as possible.”
|by Anonymous||replies 114||11 hours ago|
This is the Nanette Fabray girlfriend for earlier this year.
(Link to previous thread follows)
|by Anonymous||replies 540||11 hours ago|
Over and over, as I sit in the center of my living room by candlelight...
|by What does this mean?||replies 6||11 hours ago|
The United States vs. Billie Holiday
|by Anonymous||replies 34||11 hours ago|
She has not answered one question. I want to hear her anecdotal story of her harrowing experience on 1/6, but she won’t say anything. It’s frustrating as hell, for me the viewer and I’m sure Rachel as well. What’s the point of interviewing someone who has nothing new to add? Rachel has had several guests like this recently.
|by Anonymous||replies 18||11 hours ago|
John Weaver, a former top aide to Senator John McCain, Governor John Kasich, and a co-founder of the anti-Trump group the Lincoln Project, sent sexually suggestive messages to at least 30 young men and in some cases, sent unsolicited pictures of his penis, flew political ambitious men to his location for massages, and offered jobs in exchange for sexual relations.
After being professionally acquainted with Weaver, this reporter received unwanted personal messages from the political strategist in which Weaver said he had “advice” before commenting on this reporter’s looks, calling him “hot.”
“Good morning, my boy,” Weaver said before making the comments: “Your new hair color is hot! Keep it that way!! Look…smart, clever, handsome, hot…you have it all.”
|by Anonymous||replies 8||11 hours ago|
Welcoming in the Biden era.
Hopefully now we can focus on actual issues, rather than Twitter rants and nonsense.
|by Anonymous||replies 392||11 hours ago|
The demand for an investigation into Lauren Boebert gained traction after 68 elected officials from Colorado wrote to House speaker Nancy Pelosi, condemning the representative’s alleged association with “right-wing groups that supported the insurrection of Capitol Building."
Ms Boebert is the representative for Colorado's third congressional district in Congress.
“We have heard overwhelmingly from our constituents, therefore her constituents, that there is deep concern about her actions leading up to and during the protests that turned into a violent deadly mob," said the letter signed by officials, including mayors, county commissioners and town council members, reported the Steamboat Pilot & Today newspaper.
Ms Boebert had tweeted details about the location of Speaker Pelosi during the 6 January attack on the US Capitol that had left five people dead. “We were locked in the House Chambers,” she wrote, followed shortly with, “The Speaker has been removed from the chambers," even as several House members confirmed that they were instructed to not share their location in the building.
The lawmaker, who had supported president Donald Trump’s claim of election fraud, is also being slammed by local news outlets for her role in the Capitol breach.
“Boebert is using her office to damage the US. We can’t imagine that’s what her constituents had in mind when they elected her just a few months ago,” wrote the Denver Post, in a stinging editorial on Thursday. “Coloradans — especially her constituents — need definitive answers about whether she was a hapless victim of Trump’s actions or whether she was a participant in an effort to prevent the peaceful transition of power,” it said.
Ms Boebert, while condoning the Capitol riot had said: “I denounced the violence over the summer just as I did the recent events at the Capitol. I defended our Constitution and I always will."
However, she is under fire for disclosing the location of lawmakers which could have put their lives in danger.
"So were we in the House. @laurenboebert was told by the Sergeant of Arms in the chamber to not make any social media posts. It was said repeatedly. She defied it because she is more closely aligned with the terrorists than the patriots," wrote Representative Eric Swalwell, who was housed with Ms Boebert during the siege.
Senator Brian Schatz of Hawaii also supported an investigation into congressional members who were coordinating with or aiding the rioters.
"It’s not clear to what extent the rioters were coordinating operationally with government officials, so we ought to be extremely careful in this line of inquiry," he said. "But we must discover which elected and appointed officials, if any, and which civil servants were helping the coup," Mr Schatz said.
Earlier, on 8 January, Colorado House speaker, Russ George, during an interview with The Daily Sentinel, said that her role was “unforgivable”.
“I’m inclined to hold everybody who had any role in (Wednesday’s events) accountable and responsible, and that includes Boebert. It’s unforgivable …” the Republican said.
|by Anonymous||replies 42||11 hours ago|
"As the legacy of #BeBest comes to a close at the @WhiteHouse, we must continue to give a voice to our Nation's children & the issues that impact their lives.
It's the values & spirit of the American people that inspired Be Best & it's those values that will carry on its mission."
|by Anonymous||replies 36||11 hours ago|
What a spineless weasel. He has gone along, HAPPILY, with all of the illegitimate president’s stunts and swindles. And yet the president turns around and treats the V.P. like a complete gimp.
And Pence just sops it all up with a biscuit. He must be a masochist.
Incidentally, Mr. and Mrs. Pence are the laughingstock of Washington.
|by Anonymous||replies 66||11 hours ago|
Do we ever talk about her?
Here she is in a 1981 production of Pippin.
|by Anonymous||replies 205||11 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||replies 65||11 hours ago|
You have to love Armie Hammer.
His brand of crazy cracks me the fuck up.
Anyone who trolls little Timmy C., is alright by me.
|by Anonymous||replies 30||11 hours ago|
This drug has decimated the gay community. So many men destroying their health, their looks, their lives just to PNP.
The proliferation of methamphetamine and GHB use makes me fear for the future of the gay community and the world at large. If we can't get a handle on this, meth is going to be the next great epidemic post-opioids.
What should the government do to stop the inflow of meth into the country? How do we fight against this?
|by Anonymous||replies 446||11 hours ago|
Anyone done it? How did it go? Please share tales.
Let's hear it all, whether it was radically switching careers, going back to school, emigrating, coming out of the closet, leaving or starting an LTR/family, converting to a new faith system, or even straight up changing your name and identity.
|by Anonymous||replies 40||11 hours ago|
There is a mixture of feelings in MAGA world about the upcoming inauguration. A new idea they’re floating is that the call to the Capitols is a setup, so some of them are saying to not go.
|by Anonymous||replies 2||11 hours ago|
With no studio audience.
|by Anonymous||replies 542||11 hours ago|
He's 19, so you can STFU right now.
That said, he is adorable.
6ft tall, lanky, a bit dorky, yet still good looking.
|by Jensen||replies 16||11 hours ago|
Will he join a conservative think tank on either of the Coasts? Will he run for office again? Will they go back to deepest darkest Indiana? Will she frequent the local Lane Bryant?
|by Anonymous||replies 2||11 hours ago|
I guess Reese will be producing tv shows until the day she dies.
|by Anonymous||replies 61||11 hours ago|
Besides paying your bills?
You can't travel anywhere.
Buying new clothes is pointless, because you can't go to restaurants, movies, or nightclubs.
You can't eat out any more.
You can't go to sporting events.
You can't travel.
So what good is money, except for buying a house to barricade yourself in, or to buy a car to get you to work and back?
Money has become pretty useless.
|by Anonymous||replies 7||11 hours ago|
This was a great question asked on MSNBC. The implication seems to be that they knew Trump was safe. If there was an uprising like what happened at the Capitol, not far from the WH, wouldn’t you move the most powerful man in the world to safety? This doesn’t seem right.
|by Anonymous||replies 1||11 hours ago|
DL won't let us link to CNN but it's on the front page.
(CNN)The man photographed sitting at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's desk during Wednesday's riots in the US Capitol has been arrested and charged with three federal counts, including theft of public property, federal officials said Friday.
Federal officials said Richard Barnett of Arkansas was taken into custody Friday morning in Little Rock. Barnett was charged with knowingly entering and remaining in restricted building grounds without authority, violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds as well as the theft of public property, officials said. A resident of Alabama was also charged in connection with the pipe bomb found on the south side of the Capitol building. Eleven Molotov cocktails and military-style weapon found in his pickup truck, officials said.
"Just because you've left the DC region you can still expect a knock on the door if we find out you were part of the criminal activity at the Capitol," said Steven D'Antuono, assistant director in charge of the FBI's Washington field office. "The FBI is not sparing any resources in this investigation," he said. It was not immediately clear whether Barnett has an attorney.
|by Anonymous||replies 88||11 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||replies 24||11 hours ago|
Anyone have any info on this? Sounds interesting.
Everyone Is Doing Great follows Seth and Jeremy, who enjoyed the success of Eternal, a hit television vampire drama. Five years after their show has ended, they lean on each other as they awkwardly navigate the perils of life and love in a late coming-of-age.
Web channel: United States Hulu (2021 - now) Runtime: 30 minutes Status: In Development; premiering January 2021 Show Type: Scripted Genres: Comedy Episodes ordered: 8 episodes
|by Anonymous||replies 19||11 hours ago|
In Lindsey Graham's autobiography, he writes about when he used to entertain men at a bar owned by his father, a man named Florence Graham:
"I was one of the main attractions at the bar when I was between the ages of four and seven. I might not have been as big a draw as the beer or the Piccolo, but folks seemed to be amused by my antics. I was always kind of a little guy. My wrestling weight in high school was one-hundred-and-two pounds. I was really small at four, five and six, and very animated. I talked my head off to anyone who would listen to me. People apparently found the combination of my slight stature and gabby nature comical.
"I took a great deal of pleasure in mischief, which came as naturally to me as verbosity did. But I think I was conscious, too, that I was giving a performance, that I was expected to entertain folks. And I knew the more audacious I was the more entertaining I would be. I spent a lot of time just playing pinball, standing on an overturned Coca Cola crate. When I wasn’t playing pinball, I liked to sit at the bar with my dad or help mom stock the cooler with beer. But when the place started to fill in and liven up, I would get my act going. I would strut around the place, sometimes dressed as a cowboy — hat, vest and plastic six shooters. I might get up on the bar and walk up and down it while talking to folks. When customers went to the restroom, I might steal their beer and chug it. I might smoke their cigarette, too, if they left it burning in the ashtray. "
|by Anonymous||replies 132||11 hours ago|
America will celebrite the 250th Anniversary (quarter of a millenium), the World Cup and the Olympics.
Hopefully a Democrat wins in 2024.
|by Anonymous||replies 0||11 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||replies 14||12 hours ago|
Or, Toujours Bajour!
|by Anonymous||replies 181||12 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||replies 211||12 hours ago|
Which date are you most worried about and why?
|by Anonymous||replies 30||12 hours ago|
Gaga for the anthem was predictable. Ironically enough she's probably the safest choice since she's done it before.
But why JLo? Even from a purely PC perspective there are an infinite number of better choices. Makes no sense whatsoever.
|by Anonymous||replies 39||12 hours ago|
Apparently she gets a lot of deliveries.
|by Anonymous||replies 7||12 hours ago|
Brokeback Mountain, lesbian style
|by Anonymous||replies 12||12 hours ago|
Now with TEN TIMES the ambiguity!! Join us, won't you?
|by Anonymous||replies 579||12 hours ago|
New TV adaptation of Stephen King's epic saga about end of the world because of the deadly virus. First episode is out. What do you guys think? I fucking hated it.
|by Anonymous||replies 37||12 hours ago|
The tip of her nose points towards the right of her lips
|by Anonymous||replies 1||12 hours ago|
Do you just plop that gooey shit everywhere?
|by Anonymous||replies 6||12 hours ago|
Please fill up the previous thread before posting here. Previous thread below.
Also, heard from the Dump WH: “Does anyone here know Morse code?”
|by Anonymous||replies 353||12 hours ago|
He's always been cut, and he's always been funny. That is all.
|by Anonymous||replies 1||12 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||replies 18||12 hours ago|
What’s on your mind? Hello sweet Louis.
How are you? I take it slowly today. I have baked some more cookies today and a make little work out. Are you on work today? I wish you were here to us in your loving embrace, your strong arms around me, kissing you tenderly full of passion. Right now I watch dirty dancing on TV. A lot of love big loving hugs and sweet long kisses from you from me Paul who love you so madly
|by Anonymous||replies 0||12 hours ago|
After more than eight years in planning and construction, the Los Angeles area’s most colossal home is finally ready for its official public debut. Famously known only as “The One,” the mini shopping mall-sized estate straddles one of the highest promontories in Bel Air, spanning about 100,000 square feet of total living space. By comparison, the White House weighs in at just under 55,000 square feet; the 115-room Hearst Castle makes do with a modest 68,500.
It’s difficult to grasp the sheer size of “The One” by just looking at the pictures or numbers, although it’s clearly massive. To appreciate the project’s full scale, go for a walk. The mansion stretches for a full quarter-mile along Stradella Road in Bel Air, looming over the street like a big white alien spacecraft. As for the property’s main driveway, set on a quiet cul-de-sac known as Airole Way, it’s long and wide enough to put most public roads to shame.
The palatially palatial extravaganza is the personal chef-d’œuvre of Nile Niami, arguably L.A.’s most famous — and famously bombastic—developer of ultra-high-end mansions, the snazzy contemporary kind seen in magazines and bought by billionaires. The San Fernando Valley native first came to prominence about a decade ago designing Hollywood Hills homes in the $20 million range; he’s since graduated to bigger and brasher projects, selling them to the likes of Diddy, Floyd Mayweather, Calvin Klein, and the Winklevoss Twins.
All of that has culminated in “The One.” Niami bought the eight-acre promontory in late 2012 for $28 million from Rita Kogan, the late video game heiress and daughter of “Space Invaders” creator Michael Kogan. He quickly razed the existing estate, a large midcentury modern mansion in woefully neglected condition, and has since spent many tens of millions more bringing his spec-house to life.
In 2015, Niami gave GQ his very first public interview about the property, revealing he planned to ask $500 million for the Paul McClean-designed compound once completed. The 52-year-old developer promised the house would have a room exclusively dedicated to tanks of live jellyfish, a room for storing fresh flowers, a perma-frozen room with an ice bar, and a room for candy. Naturally, there would also be an in-house nightclub.
Some of those expectations have been tempered. The jellyfish room proved too costly and impractical; it was ultimately scrapped. Ditto for the fresh flowers, the ice bar, and the planned catering kitchen. The nightclub and the room with candy walls remain, however, as does a 50-car garage—sans the planned car turntables—a four-lane bowling alley, and an Olympic-sized indoor swimming pool with lounge decks. There are outdoor swimming pools, too, no fewer than five of them, all infinity-edged. The mansion’s interiors, like all of Niami’s prior projects, were designed by Kathryn Rotondi of KFR Design.
In keeping with the interior revisions, the asking price has received a big haircut. Although the exact number hasn’t been officially released, and the agents involved remain cagey, rumors say the modified ask is “only” now about $340 million, a nod to budget reductions and reality. That more sober number is a boon for Niami, who has faced recent financial woes, including foreclosure proceedings on other projects, per previous reports.
Still, the rumored price tag is still double the most expensive home transaction in California history, the $165 million paid by Jeff Bezos last April for David Geffen’s 8-acre Beverly Hills estate. It’s also $100 million more than the country’s most expensive home deal of all time, the $238 million Ken Griffin paid for his New York penthouse in 2019.
|by Anonymous||replies 65||12 hours ago|
How about don’t watch a docuseries about a serial killer if you can’t handle it being “graphic”??? They wanted the Oxygen Network version?
|by Anonymous||replies 4||12 hours ago|
Star of the "Breakin'" movies was 65.
|by Anonymous||replies 45||12 hours ago|
Trump HAS to resign, it’s the only way to get Pence to hand him a pardon. He has been advised to not pardon himself, as it could appear to be an admission of guilt. Also, he still hasn’t even officially conceded yet and I don’t trust that his MAGAts aren’t going to cause some major disruption over the next 5 days.
|by Anonymous||replies 1||12 hours ago|
The way conservatives are trying to dissociate themselves from the riots and Trump but blaming the riots as if they are some insulated event.
No, nothing led up to them. Nothing spurred them on. Just spontaneously terrible people decided to riot.
The last four years of Trump...don’t look there!
|by Anonymous||replies 1||12 hours ago|
THAT baton was on FIRE.
|by Anonymous||replies 7||12 hours ago|
It's been so long since we heard from an American Federal [bold]LEADER[/bold] and a real [bold]PRESIDENT[/bold] give a speech which lays out the facts and figures and then provides actual plans to deal with the chronic issues and challenges America and the American people are currently facing.
Now [bold]THAT'S[/bold] what a President sounds like.
Did anyone else see/hear Biden's speech and feel a small glimmer of hope and feeling of normalcy return for the first time in a long, long time?
I surprised myself by shedding a tear. You?
|by Anonymous||replies 4||13 hours ago|
A little chubbier but adorable
|by Anonymous||replies 15||13 hours ago|
The death of Shabba Doo the dancer brought out the heretofore widely unknown fact that Mr. Doo was PACKING.
And yet we didn't know!
Who is a notable star or entertainer who we haven't yet heard about packing some serious meat?
|by Anonymous||replies 45||13 hours ago|
To discuss Days
|by Anonymous||replies 411||13 hours ago|
Of course, she’s lying about it now.
|by Anonymous||replies 80||13 hours ago|
I'm a flyover gay who has only gone overseas to visit Hawaii.
If I were to try authentic Italian cuisine, what would I find most surprising?
|by Anonymous||replies 27||13 hours ago|
During President Donald Trump's tenure in the White House, the national debt grew by some $7.8 trillion—or nearly 40 percent compared to the amount when former President Barack Obama left office in January 2017.
In his 2016 presidential campaign, Trump said he would "get rid" of the national debt during eight years in office. The president is actually leaving office after four years, having lost his re-election bid to President-elect Joe Biden. But instead of addressing the national debt during his four years in office, the Trump administration oversaw a significant increase even before the COVID-19 pandemic forced the government to pass massive stimulus legislation.
When Trump was inaugurated on January 20, 2017, the national debt stood at about $19.9 trillion. As he leaves office this month, the national debt has grown to about $27.7 trillion. That's an increase of 39.2 percent.
|by Anonymous||replies 34||13 hours ago|
Bad Boy. Bad bad bad boy.
|by Anonymous||replies 10||13 hours ago|
Online far-right movements are splintering in the wake of last week’s Capitol riot, as some radical anti-government movements show signs of disillusionment with the relatively hands-off approach of some QAnon conspiracy theorists amid warnings of future violence.
Users on forums that openly helped coordinate the Jan. 6 riot and called for insurrection, including 4chan and TheDonald, have become increasingly agitated with QAnon supporters, who are largely still in denial that President Donald Trump will no longer be in the Oval Office after Jan. 20.
QAnon adherents, who believe Trump is secretly saving the world from a cabal of child-eating Satanists, have identified Inauguration Day as a last stand, and falsely think he will force a 10-day, countrywide blackout that ends in the mass execution of his political enemies and a second Trump term.
Several QAnon supporters were arrested after storming the Capitol last week, including Jacob Chansley, whose lawyer said his client believed he was “answering the call of our president.”
QAnon believers have spent the last week forwarding chain letters on Facebook and via text message, often removing the conspiracy theory’s QAnon origins, in an effort to prepare friends and family for what they believe to be the upcoming judgment day.
According to researchers who study the real-life effects of the QAnon movement, the false belief in a secret plan for Jan. 20 is irking militant pro-Trump and anti-government groups, who believe the magical thinking is counterproductive to future insurrections.
Travis View, who hosts the QAnon-debunking podcast QAnon Anonymous, said Q supporters are waiting for a “miracle that prevents Biden from being inaugurated,” and it is beginning to grate on those anxious for more real-world conflict.
“I have seen some Trump supporters chastising people promoting QAnon-like conspiracy theories," he said. "It seems some Trump supporters are reassessing their coalition and laying judgment on the QAnon wing."
The split has become apparent on extremist forums like TheDonald, from which QAnon adherents have fled to an identical sister site due to constant pillorying for their fantastical thinking on the original site. The new website is named after The Great Awakening, the mythical judgment day of mass arrests and executions.
It is also apparent on viral TikToks and Facebook posts on the more mainstream parts of the web.
“I can’t believe the number of the gullible people who are still out there saying Q is going to run to the rescue in the next five days and you’re going to see military tribunals,” a user in one viral TikTok video said. “Look, I’m a full Trump supporter and I enjoyed reading all the stuff about the deep state and I believe most of it.”
Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, who has frequently quibbled with QAnon supporters, also lashed out at believers of the conspiracy theory in a viral video earlier this week.
QAnon supporters have predicted blackouts for years, citing posts from “Q,” the false digital prophet at the center of the conspiracy theory. Q frequently posted about routine outages of major services, alluding to them as potential warning signs of the Great Awakening. In August 2018, Q posted three times about outages on the video game service Xbox Live, wondering “Anybody have problems with their X-Box Live accounts?” to the conspiracy theory’s followers.
Fredrick Brennan, who created the website 8chan where “Q” posts and has spent the last two years attempting to have the site removed from the internet for its ties to white supremacist terror attacks, said he believes reality may devastate the movement on Inauguration Day.
“This week has been hugely demoralizing so far and that will be the final straw,” he said. “Even though Q is at the moment based on Donald Trump, it is certainly possible for a significant faction to rise up that believes he was in the deep state all along and foiled the plan.”
|by Anonymous||replies 10||13 hours ago|
After years, and two competing #3 threads (one "just out" and one "Jut out), here we are on the fourth thread of jutting picks, so let's start us off right!
|by Anonymous||replies 32||13 hours ago|
Does anyone have good movie or series suggestions for Netflix?
|by greatly appreciated||replies 363||13 hours ago|
It's got it all....
|by Anonymous||replies 10||13 hours ago|
I'm nyaming it up! Happy Friday!
|by Anonymous||replies 18||13 hours ago|
Pretty terrifying. Mentions moving Kash Patel to acting CIA director. Using the insurrection act. This isn’t over.
|by Anonymous||replies 146||13 hours ago|
I’m fat and smell good
|by Anonymous||replies 4||13 hours ago|
Saw this on Twitter - "post-long-sea-voyage dick was probably fucking unreal" - and wondered if it was true that the release was better the longer you waited. As the proud owner of a dick myself, I can't say I've ever waited that long (not sea voyage long). But guys are always advertising that they have a "7-day load" saved up. In your experience, does it get better the longer you hold off?
|by Anonymous||replies 25||13 hours ago|
He's waackin in heaven now.
|by Anonymous||replies 9||13 hours ago|
He’s attempting a comical Australian accent and commenting on the story of the stowaway pigeon.
But yeah, he’s a sister. You can’t hide the facial tics and muscle movements. You can even tell when you have it on mute.
|by Anonymous||replies 55||14 hours ago|
She looked amazing!!!
|by Anonymous||replies 10||14 hours ago|
President-elect Joe Biden isn't the only one with a big ceremony this month. Ahead of his family's move to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Biden's rescue dog, Major, is getting an "Indoguration" of his own.
The Bidens adopted Major, a German Shepard, in November 2018 from the Delaware Humane Association (DHA) in Wilmington. At the Inauguration on January 20, he will become the first rescue dog to take up residence at the White House, joined by the Bidens' other dog, Champ.
Cory Topel, a marketing manager at DHA, told CBS News in November that she remembers Major as a smart, curious and affectionate "sweetheart."
"Having played a part in Major Biden's story is an honor. This is what we strive for when animals come into our care: to help them find their happy ending," Topel said.
Ahead of the big move, Major's former home is hosting an "Indoguration" for the pup on Zoom, in an effort to celebrate the first-ever shelter pup to become First Dog, and raise some money for other dogs like Major. It will take place on Sunday, January 17 at 3 p.m. ET.
DHA is calling it "the world's largest virtual party for dogs," encouraging all dogs and their families to attend. The shelter did not immediately respond to CBS News' request for more details.
The event will be hosted by television personality and author Jill Martin and attended by special guest Sir Darius Brown, a 14-year-old entrepreneur and animal advocate.
Brown said that, ahead of the event, participants can nominate their pups to be part of Major's Cabinet as the "Secretary of Rescue Dogs." Brown will be choosing the winner.
From shelter pup at the Delaware Humane Association to First Dog at the White House, Major Biden is barking proof that every dog can live the American dream," the shelter wrote in a newsletter. DHA is asking for a donation of $10 or more to join the event, with all proceeds going to the shelter.
|by Anonymous||replies 29||14 hours ago|
Kellyanne Conway is on, lying her ass off and Bill is laying into her.
|by Anonymous||replies 3||14 hours ago|
Seems a tad excessive, no? The number keeps going up.
Shouldn't they leave some behind to protect the state capitols?
|by Anonymous||replies 11||14 hours ago|
Where is her MSNBC? How dare they put themselves on her TV?!
|by She’s adorable.||replies 15||14 hours ago|
Why am I compelled to drink every day, when it is observably clear and well-established that I feel healthier, happier, and am more productive and energetic when i don’t drink?
Every morning I vow “not today.” And the I get cravings every day at the same time and easily succumb to the pull.
I’ve been sober for stretches, usually because of a health issue, but then I start to love it. And I am always much happier. But then eventually, I start drinking again socially, and it snowballs into daily drinking in my home. Why am I doing this? I have zero willpower. Why? It’s not what my heart wants, but the cravings override my intention.
|by How do I stop?||replies 201||14 hours ago|
They seem to be complicated to grow, which surprises me.
|by Anonymous||replies 411||14 hours ago|
It is my somber responsibility to sign the Article of Impeachment against President Trump passed in a bipartisan vote by the House of Representatives a short time ago.
|by Anonymous||replies 67||14 hours ago|
I binge-watched it this afternoon. I'll post my review inside.
|by Anonymous||replies 28||14 hours ago|
His regular posts are missing after complaints of continued pneumonia over weeks, maybe months?
No Christmas Moose posts, and it was just Christmas. This guy lives for Moose postings. And Christmas.
Also, no Monday Morning Moo’s.
Pierre, if you’re out there seeing this, your absence is noted with alarm.
|by Anonymous||replies 282||14 hours ago|
How does she have money?
|by Anonymous||replies 151||14 hours ago|
I didn't know who he was before today, but apparently today is his birthday.
He sho is pretty.
|by Anonymous||replies 31||14 hours ago|
Other than cardio (which I'm doing, high resistance routine on elliptical because gym is closed due to Covid) what type of weight resistance is best for burning fat? I'm seriously considering dropping $250 on a weighted free standing boxing bag. Or, stick to free weights?
|by Anonymous||replies 23||14 hours ago|
On the dollar tree security cam opening and eating all the candy and then leaving without paying
|by Anonymous||replies 1||14 hours ago|
How would this manifest itself? Would it be so bad?
|by Emily Littella||replies 9||14 hours ago|
Did you know you were gay that early? Do I believe her or wait to see what happens as she goes through puberty?
|by Anonymous||replies 51||14 hours ago|
Good Ole Rudy has spent the day on Fox News on some unhinged rant about how they've cracked the case!
Let's not ignore whatever is happening down the side of his face.
I'll stop the world and melt with you!
|by Anonymous||replies 326||14 hours ago|
I have been watching this clip on and off today and laughing my fucking ass off.
|by I lahked it!||replies 21||14 hours ago|
[quote]Karen Gets Arrested, but doesn’t go down without a fight! (Pt. 1)
|by Anonymous||replies 59||14 hours ago|
Remove this mentally ill daughter-fucker now!
|by Anonymous||replies 444||15 hours ago|
PHOENIX (AP) — The pro-Trump mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol last week aimed to “capture and assassinate elected officials,” federal prosecutors said in court documents.
The remarks came in a motion prosecutors filed late Thursday in the case against Jacob Chansley, the Arizona man who took part in the insurrection while sporting face paint, no shirt and a furry hat with horns.
Prosecutors say that after Chansley climbed up to the dais where Vice President Mike Pence had been presiding moments earlier, Chansley wrote a threatening note to Pence that said: “It’s only a matter of time, justice is coming.”
Pence and other congressional leaders had been ushered out of the chamber by the Secret Service and U.S. Capitol Police before the rioters stormed into the room.
“Strong evidence, including Chansley’s own words and actions at the Capitol, supports that the intent of the Capitol rioters was to capture and assassinate elected officials in the United States Government,” prosecutors wrote in their memo urging the judge to keep Chansley behind bars.
Gerald Williams, Chansley’s attorney, didn’t return a phone call and email Friday morning seeking comment. A detention hearing is scheduled in his case for later Friday.
The FBI has been investigating whether any of the rioters had plots to kidnap members of Congress and hold them hostage, focusing particularly on the men seen carrying plastic zip tie handcuffs and pepper spray. Prosecutors raised a similar prospect on Friday in the case of a former Air Force officer who they alleged carried plastic zip-tie handcuffs because he intended “to take hostages.” But so far, the Justice Department has not publicly released any specific evidence on the plots or explained how the rioters planned to carry them out.
Chansley, who calls himself the “QAnon Shaman” and has long been a fixture at Trump rallies, surrendered to the FBI field office in Phoenix on Saturday. News photos show him at the riot shirtless, with his face painted and wearing a fur hat with horns, carrying a U.S. flag attached to a wooden pole topped with a spear.
QAnon is an apocalyptic and convoluted conspiracy theory spread largely through the internet and promoted by some right-wing extremists.
Chansley told investigators he came to the Capitol “at the request of the president that all ‘patriots’ come to D.C. on January 6, 2021.”
An indictment unsealed Tuesday in Washington him with civil disorder, obstruction of an official proceeding, disorderly conduct in a restricted building, and demonstrating in a Capitol building.
|by Anonymous||replies 24||15 hours ago|
There must be folks here who saw it, have opinions of it.
It was the hot show on B'way in 1979. That's when I saw it as a teen...can't say I remember being enamoured.
I wonder if it was ever considered for a movie.
|by Anonymous||replies 547||15 hours ago|
She just mentioned it on Twitter. Who would have thunk?
|by Anonymous||replies 48||15 hours ago|
My plot revolves Zaraphilterx Milkfrother Smith, a two-spirit non-binary transman with gay male tendencies, who works at a local thrift resale shop. Who lives with xim’s gender-neutral cat, Kittie Karko, and xim’s cis-female lesbian roommate, Tina Carlyle. After the first hour of the film delves into Zaraphilterx‘s explanation of xim’s life story and preferred pronouns & labels, then the real plot starts. Zara is working at the thrift shop, when a 73 year old cis man comes in and buys a toaster. The man calls Zara “her” at checkout and Zara snaps, screaming xim’s pronouns at the old man, how could this cis-person be so insensitive?! Zara’s manager writes xim a warning. Zara has to take a stand. Zara decides to sue the old man & the manager, and does 15 minutes of Google legal research. Zara wants to take the case to the Supreme Court, but gets distracted with commenting on inflammatory anti-Trans Twitter posts. The End.
|by Anonymous||replies 9||15 hours ago|
Because COVID is the gift that keeps on giving, but at least I get to reuse this image.
|by Anonymous||replies 408||15 hours ago|
This should be fun.
|by Anonymous||replies 0||15 hours ago|
I'm obviously on the wrong tube.
|by Anonymous||replies 1||15 hours ago|
"20/20" Jan. 15th.
|by Anonymous||replies 5||15 hours ago|
you know, in response to the one about the worst.
Me, I liked the one where she and Ethel and Fred went to the Brown Derby and they met Eve Arden and see Bill Holden and later, Lucy freaks when Rick brings Bill Holden home.
The bit with dunking the fake nose into her coffee cup to complete putting out the flame wasn't in the script.
|by Anonymous||replies 20||15 hours ago|
Fresh off her star-making turn in the initial network run of It's a Living/Making a Living—and guest spots on Barney Miller, The Jeffersons, WKRP and Three's Company—Barrie Youngfellow was offered her own self-titled show by network executives who were convinced she had what it took to become the Lucille Ball of the '80s.
What was the format? Who were the co-stars, and why didn't it succeed, leaving Barrie to slink back to the syndicated version of It's a Living and disappear completely after being dropped after the pilot of Blossom?
|by Anonymous||replies 10||15 hours ago|
One of the greatest movies I've ever seen
|by Anonymous||replies 59||15 hours ago|
Tell me please.
|by Anonymous||replies 7||15 hours ago|
Does anyone have advice?
I don't want to turn this into an EST, so not a lot of details. But I will say, I often get into these types of relationships, whether romantic or platonic, and what almost always keeps me in them is a feeling of sympathy for the other party. "He can't really help it." "He has been through a lot in life and I don't want to cause him additional pain by rejecting him." "He depends on me emotionally, and I would feel guilty for taking that away from him."
I continually allow myself to get sucked back in.
How does one break the cycle?
|by Anonymous||replies 74||15 hours ago|
Since the last few threads have been effectively evanesced-
Keep discussing the horny reunion here! Just in time for Miles to finally post an actual picture of the pair ...
Will this be enough to persuade commenters he's not hiding his Canadian beau?? 👀 Let's catch up! (And try to avoid Muriel getting this one)
|by Anonymous||replies 21||15 hours ago|
Oh my goodness me!
This is gonna be a great season. Such great characters.
|by Anonymous||replies 5||16 hours ago|
One of my favorite tearjerkers. Lana Turner is gorgeous in this but the real star is Juanita Moore. What an exquisite performance. Susan Kohner was also fantastic and moving.
The funeral scene 😭
|by Anonymous||replies 300||16 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||replies 249||16 hours ago|
Because Chinquapin Parish....
|by Anonymous||replies 9||16 hours ago|
Netflix will release Mank on Friday, while Nomadland will enter theaters wherever they’re open, which unfortunately are only in areas where no one cares about Nomadland. So the race is on!
Can anyone beat sentimental favorite Chadwick Boseman for Best Actor? Will Frances McDormand become the second woman to win three Best Actress awards (sorry, Meryl!), or do Vanessa Kirby, Viola Davis or even Michelle Pfeiffer have a chance? Who will win Supporting Actor, and does anyone care anyway? And does the failure of Hillbilly Elegy doom Glenn, or does the prospect of giving an Oscar to the star of Ted 2 keep her in the running?
|by Anonymous||replies 576||16 hours ago|
‘Yeah, whatever “
|by Anonymous||replies 24||16 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||replies 1||16 hours ago|
This is really pissing me off. The IRS sent some $$ out and then fucked it all up, but they swear everything's back on track.
|by Anonymous||replies 31||16 hours ago|
Free vaccines in my age group start mid-summer.
I don't want to wait till then.
|by I NEED DICK SO BADLY I CAN SCREAM||replies 4||16 hours ago|
Craig looks like a drunk, Austen looks like a thumb and Shemp gotta a girlfriend
|by Anonymous||replies 210||16 hours ago|
This crap fest will be airing in a little over a month (October, according to rumors).
No Vicki, no Tamrat. Will Emily and Cro-Magnon finally split? Will swingers Braunwyn and her husband renew their vows? (Newsflash: they will.) Will Shannon drive away her beady-eyed, closeted boyfriend? Will Gina enter rehab for her obvious coke problem? Will Kelly be fired for being a horrible, Trump-fellating human being? Can Dr. Deb please stay the fuck off my TV screen?
|by Brooks's Meaty Cock||replies 465||16 hours ago|
Rob Lowe is a fireman. Jennifer Love Hewitt has a small role as a 911 dispatcher. 😆
|by Anonymous||replies 1||16 hours ago|
How long will NBC keep propping him up?
[quote]Monday’s episode drew just 947,000 total viewers. According to The Wrap, the former king of late night was dominated by his counterparts, including Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel, who drew an estimated 2.03 million and 1.67 million total viewers, respectively, that evening.
|by Anonymous||replies 87||16 hours ago|
I am so pissed.
Look at that “sweet, innocent” looking white teen. You just know they will try making him the victim in all this. Piece of shit.
|by Anonymous||replies 59||16 hours ago|
Continuing the discussion... we're gonna need it.
|by Anonymous||replies 453||16 hours ago|
How are we doing during this virus?
|by Anonymous||replies 259||16 hours ago|
A real estate broker from Frisco, Texas flew on a private jet to Washington, DC, along with friends to “storm the capitol” on Wednesday.
Jenna Ryan, who is also a radio host, flew from the US Trinity Aviation in Denton, Texas all they way to the nation’s Capitol — where she had “one of the best days of my life.”
|by Anonymous||replies 52||16 hours ago|
The end of the road.
The end of the journey.
And a two-hour series finale, next Thursday November 19.
|by Anonymous||replies 365||16 hours ago|
Could someone please smother him with one of his pillows?
Or at least give him some hard core drugs (since he's a former addict) and let him do it himself.
Thanks in advance!
|by Anonymous||replies 2||16 hours ago|
As more is revealed regarding impeached President Trump's orchestrated coup d’état - a coup, mind you, that he has been planning for the last three months, if not much longer - we must remain valiant, vigilant, and vociferous in both our condemnation of this terrorist leader and in sharing all information even tangentially related to the events of January 6th.
Trump is directly responsible for the insurrection against our Capitol, which saw an overwhelming crowd of national-anarchists and fascists, i.e., MAGA extremists, Proud Boys, white supremacists, and various militia and far-right groups - in some cases aided and abetted by law enforcement - infiltrate and take over a federal government building with the intent of abducting, harming, and possibly killing government officials in a clear attempt to subvert democracy and to stop the democratic process.
The attack on the Capital was preceded by both the infiltration of the initially peaceful Black Lives Matter protests during the summer of 2020 by the aforementioned national-anarchist and fascist groups, who in many instances instigated looting and violence, and in other cases, harmed and killed protesters using bricks, knives, guns, and vehicles, and by the plot to kidnap, rape, and murder Governor of Michigan Gretchen Whitmer. These are just a few of myriad alarming events that this demented individual we are still forced to call "president" has normalized with his rhetoric, behavior, and encouragement.
In my opinion (is it still an opinion?), Trump's abrupt removal and replacement of senior defense officials with inexperienced loyalists resulted in the lack of and delayed responses by the Department of Defense, i.e., Pentagon, and Capitol Police. However, I am counting on the more knowledgeable posters on this forum to share more information regarding these sudden top-level shifts and changes. Also, please share other instances in which he "set the stage" for a coup and in which he was aided and abetted by government officials and law enforcement to carry out the attack on the Capitol. (We cannot get mired in and become distracted by the more inane discussions and arguments this assault on our country and government has incited.)
Although I considered changing the title of this thread to something a bit more serious, I opted not to because I think the title's message is truthful and succinct. Also, there are two other threads with the same title that I would like to keep linked to this one. Finally, please forgive any errors in grammar and punctuation; I wrote this in a flash. (Oh, dear! There, done.)
Thanks in advance for your replies and for the help and information they will hopefully contain.
[Links to Part 1 and Part 2 of this thread have been posted below.]
|by Anonymous||replies 483||16 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||replies 60||16 hours ago|
I assume I'm missing something...
|by Anonymous||replies 3||17 hours ago|
Find out at Alan Locher's next Another World reunion.
The Locher Room, Thursday, January 21 at 3 p.m. EST / 12 p.m. PST.
|by and Nick Hudson too||replies 7||17 hours ago|
He said what he said. Period.
|by And he said no lies||replies 32||17 hours ago|
Hee hee! I think poor Mrs Margaret Drysdale was traumatized by the Clampets. Margaret is my favorite character from the show followed by Granny and Miss Hathaway.
|by Anonymous||replies 7||17 hours ago|
Did men just walk around with the outline of their cock and balls showing everywhere during the 1970s?
What did fraus say??
|by Anonymous||replies 290||17 hours ago|
What can I do?
|by Anonymous||replies 67||17 hours ago|
Elvis Presley, Joan Rivers, Donna Summers
|by Anonymous||replies 61||17 hours ago|
His latest on the election is perhaps the least insipid thing he’s ever posted to Instagram:
|by Anonymous||replies 129||17 hours ago|
At a signal from Trump, Brendad Ickson will reveal she's been pulling a long con with her crazy online persona, and she will personally be bringing Obama, Hillary, Pence, and the producers of The Bold and the Beautiful before a global court.
|by Anonymous||replies 1||17 hours ago|
His wife Sofia is up the duff again.
Anyway, feel free to post sexy pics of the father-to-be, His Royal Hotness Carl Philip of Sweden.
|by Anonymous||replies 181||17 hours ago|
You're forced to have sex with one of Trump's ex-right hand men. Who do you choose to do the deed with?
|by Anonymous||replies 10||17 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||replies 24||17 hours ago|
Am I wrong? Liberals want to make this a teaching moment, but it won't. Majority of republicans ok with autocracy as long as they're in power.
|by Anonymous||replies 56||17 hours ago|
"I so…I mean, I cannot wait to leave this job, believe me," Miller said. The Pentagon transcript included the phrase, "blah blah bluh blah."
And effusively praised Russia: "Russian? I think they're extremely…uh…I have professional respect for how they do things…I think they're played a really bad hand of card very, very well. Declining population, single -- single source of economic revenue through natural resources. I kind of, you know, like professionally I'm like, wow, they're doing pretty well, and they're using a lot of irregular warfare concepts, information, all this stuff, in a way that, you know, like…good on them," Miller said.
|by Anonymous||replies 24||18 hours ago|
At least one thing at his arm's reach still shoots, eh?
|by Anonymous||replies 24||18 hours ago|
It's on PR driven Just Jared so I guess the break up is official now.
|by Anonymous||replies 359||18 hours ago|
Armie Hammer has exited Shotgun Wedding, an action-comedy starring Jennifer Lopez, as the actor is engulfed in controversy. He’s also hitting back at “bulls*** claims” in his first statement addressing the alleged leaked private messages.
Lionsgate confirmed on Wednesday that Hammer asked “to step away” from the upcoming role, days after he became a trending topic on social media.
“Given the imminent start date of Shotgun Wedding, Armie has requested to step away from the film and we support him in his decision,” a production spokesperson tells Yahoo Entertainment.
Over the weekend, alleged disturbing messages went viral that were attributed to the actor, but unverified. The supposed direct Instagram messages talked about cannibalism, rape fantasies and more explicit sexual content. Multiple requests for comment to Hammer’s publicist went unanswered when contacted by Yahoo, but the actor dismissed the claims after Shotgun Wedding news was announced.
“I’m not responding to these bulls*** claims but in light of the vicious and spurious online attacks against me, I cannot in good conscience now leave my children for 4 months to shoot a film in the Dominican Republic,” he told Variety. “Lionsgate is supporting me in this and I’m grateful to them for that.”
Following the purported leaked messages, a string of negative press followed about The Social Network star, with former flames speaking out and reports surfacing about his alleged lifestyle.
Hammer and Elizabeth Chambers, married for a decade and together 13 years, announced their divorce in July. They recently reunited in Cayman Islands where Chambers had been quarantining with their two children, daughter Harper Grace, 6, and son Ford Douglas Armand, 3.
Yahoo reached out to a spokesperson for Chambers, but did not immediately receive a response.
|by Anonymous||replies 1||18 hours ago|
Politico tells the truth.
|by Anonymous||replies 1||18 hours ago|
Filed under “Things we didn’t know were still a thing” is the news that almost a year after making her “Megxit” with husband Prince Harry from the United Kingdom and senior royal status, Meghan Markle, also known as the Duchess of Sussex, has “abandoned plans to become a UK citizen,” reports British news publication the Telegraph.
As CNN reported in late 2017, months before Markle married into the royal family in May 2018, she began the process of establishing citizenship in her new home, one that would prove inhospitable enough over the next two years for her and Harry to decide to relocate while the application was still pending.
[quote] The official government website states, “To apply as the spouse or civil partner of a British citizen you must have lived in the UK for the last three years.” It was reported in November 2017 that Meghan had officially moved to London from Canada, ahead of her engagement to Prince Harry. If that was, in fact, the actual date the duchess moved to England, then she has lived in the UK for less than three years.
[quote] Further rules stipulate that an applicant must not have “spent more than 270 days outside the UK during the 3 years before your application,” or “spent more than 90 days outside the UK in the last 12 months.” These rules could potentially make Meghan’s British citizenship application null and void, too.
As Marie Claire pointed out on Sunday, since Meghan departed the UK in January 2020 and has not returned since March of last year, when she attended the Commonwealth Day Service 2020 as the last of her royal duties, she has well exceeded the 90-day limit on out-of-country stays—in fact, presuming that November 2017 started the three-year residency clock, she wasn’t even close. Additionally, she and Harry haven’t only been absent from the United Kingdom but have officially taken up residence elsewhere in the year since leaving, first spending several months in Canada (where Meghan was based for seven years while filming her hit show Suits and reportedly left behind belongings after relocating, according to The Telegraph), and subsequently purchasing a home in Montecito, Calif.—as well as inking several lucrative deals that presumably necessitate the Sussexes remaining in the United States.
In that time, they also launched the Archewell Foundation, so named in tribute to 20-month-old son Archie. Shuttering the Sussex Royal website a year ago when they dropped the “royal” from their branding, the Guardian reminds us that the couple’s social media manager at the time promised that their online presence would continue in another, non-“royal” capacity, despite retaining their duke and duchess titles.
“Yes, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will continue to have a social media platform,” read a response to an inquiry. “They look forward to continuing their use of social media and believe that their updated media approach will enable them to share more, with you, directly.”
Since Archewell has no social media presence or handles, the Sussexes have apparently pivoted away from that decision, perhaps after Markle self-identified as “the most trolled person of 2019."
It’s now been a year since “Megxit” became an admittedly glib catchphrase for the very fraught departure of the Sussexes from Harry’s home country and financial dependence on the royal family. Sources told the outlet the couple does not regret making “a huge leap of faith to embark on their new life.” And for those still intent on blaming Meghan for Harry’s divestiture from “the Firm,” a source close to the prince refutes that narrative.
“It was always their dream to be financially independent and pay their own way,” they told People. “Harry was finally doing what he’d wanted to do for years, and to have Meghan and [19-month-old son] Archie with him was all he could have asked for”
“To stay in the royal system is to go along with subservience to those more senior than you,” royal historian Robert Lacey agreed. “He has asserted his own identity.”
|by Anonymous||replies 3||18 hours ago|
They should arrest her on the fucking spot.
If it was Ayanna Presley walking past the security scanners with a loaded gun, you know that they would tackle her to the ground, spray her with mace, arrest her, and then haul her off to jail.
But that dirty cunt Boebert just gets to do whatever she wants.
|by Anonymous||replies 9||18 hours ago|
[QUOTE]For half a century, time and again, Trump was able to fail and yet persuade the world that he hadn’t. Now, though, for the first time in his life, in a public and historic way, he has lost.
|by Anonymous||replies 283||18 hours ago|
This cute Egyptian guy goes undercover to show you.
He's hawt, too!
|by Anonymous||replies 6||18 hours ago|
The HILL reports:
Former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s confirmation hearing for the role of Transportation secretary will be held Thursday.
Just a day after President-elect Joe Biden is slated for inauguration, Buttigieg will face questions from members of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation.
Buttigieg rose to national prominence while running for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination before exiting the race and endorsing Biden.
ADVERTISEMENT If he’s confirmed, he’s expected to play a key role in helping to shape Biden’s climate change agenda by working to reduce emissions from the transportation sector.
Last month, he called for putting “millions of new electric vehicles on America’s roads" and building “public charging infrastructure powered by clean energy,” in a tweet.
Buttigieg was the mayor of South Bend from 2012 to 2020, though he took a seven-month leave to serve in the Navy. He was previously a consultant with McKinsey & Company.
When he formally introduced Buttigieg, Biden said that he’s “got the perspective of a mayor that solves problems and brings people together.”
If he’s approved, Buttigieg will be the first openly gay Cabinet secretary to be confirmed by the Senate, though Rick Grenell, who served as the acting director of national intelligence from February to May, was the first openly LGBTQ Cabinet secretary.
|by Anonymous||replies 2||18 hours ago|
I'm a lifelong renter who's in the process of finally buying a house. Part of my reason for doing so is the fact friends and family have been constantly talking about how interest rates for mortgages are at a record low. I'm being offered 2.75% for a 30-year loan and I'm wondering if I should try negotiating for lower (if that's even possible). Is 2.75% decent?
|by Anonymous||replies 7||18 hours ago|
Over the past two weeks the VPN for my work computer has sometimes abruptly ended several times a day. And then other days it works fine. And my home pc has been working fine.
The help desk at work says to have the Internet provider come out and run tests and that the wire from the modem may have to be sealed with rubber caps.
Has anyone else run into this?
|by Anonymous||replies 3||18 hours ago|
Pillow Fart is apparently meeting with Dump and decided to post pictures of his “notes” which reference the Insurrection Act.
Fart has one of the most punchable faces out there.
|by Anonymous||replies 13||18 hours ago|
DL, help a nice leddy think of escort advertisement for new life. Limit six word
|by Anonymous||replies 61||18 hours ago|
Thoughts and Prayers.
|by Anonymous||replies 5||18 hours ago|
I am baffled by the findings of his research, but this is one of the handsomest men I have ever seen working in academia.
|by Anonymous||replies 70||18 hours ago|
What are some news stories that didn't get the attention they would have it wasn't for all the political drama of the last couple years? These are ones I've noticed:
Boeing's faulty airplanes falling out of the sky
Gruesome murder of tech entrepreneur in NYC last summer by trade on his own payroll
Tot dad Chris Watts murder of his entire family
|by Anonymous||replies 3||18 hours ago|
Oh, the irony of being beaten by MAGATS with "Blue Lives Matter" flags.
Shouts of "Kill him with his own gun!"
Each and every one of these traitors must be prosecuted and tried as the treasonous filth that they are.
|by Anonymous||replies 0||18 hours ago|
I don't see a thread!
Anyway, I wonder if this shady little Capricorn will ever work again after going off her meds, throwing salads, slapping that stagehand backstage in Boston, and then being fired from the play [italic]Tea at Five.[/italic] It has sadly occurred to me she may die at some point.
Post thoughts, prayers and pics here. Or not.
|by Anonymous||replies 50||18 hours ago|
I guess this might only apply to certain types of facilities, but do any of you live near where they keep seriously dangerous offenders? How is it living there, and has anyone moved away because of it? Any stories?
|by Anonymous||replies 10||18 hours ago|
I went on Facebook and an old friend was asking for prayers for what she calls shingles (she’s 35 yrs old). I replied saying I will pray for her. She responded with this “Save it. Your prayers don’t go up any farther than the ceiling.” I responded with “I hope you get shingles on your pussy and asshole. Merry Xmas.”
|by Anonymous||replies 100||18 hours ago|
Won't let me search within Canada or the UK only the US site will work correctly.
|by Anonymous||replies 3||18 hours ago|
Monkey looks like Sophia!
|by Anonymous||replies 4||18 hours ago|
I don’t understand DLs obsession with this German/Irish pretending to be Italian.
|by Anonymous||replies 29||18 hours ago|
Gurl......no. Just no.
|by Anonymous||replies 14||18 hours ago|
He'll probably get it too.
|by Anonymous||replies 44||19 hours ago|
Why didn't he answer the call?
Why did it take the secretary of the Army to authorize Maryland to activate their nation guard? Where was he during that crucial hour and a half. He had to know that congress member's lives were in danger.
Why isn't his office briefing the public on just the basics of the attack and response, including answering questions on the record? This is an extraordinary event. They briefed the public regularly during 9/11.
At the link, he claims credit for authorizing the d.c. national guard, after the damage was already done. It was moot at that point.
But no other information about a major terror attack? What exactly is going on here?
|by Anonymous||replies 73||19 hours ago|
Because part three is almost full.
|by Annie Walker||replies 371||19 hours ago|
Will he forgive the cunty little lying mouthpiece of Satan?
It must suck to have your orange messiah ousted and lose your job, too.
|by Anonymous||replies 50||19 hours ago|
Stephanie Davis has split up with her boyfriend Owen Warner after nine months of dating.
The Hollyoaks co-stars have called an end to their relationship as 20-year-old Owen felt their romance was going "100 miles an hour".
Steph, 26, has been blocked from following him on Instagram and she's now taking a short break from Hollyoaks filming - reports Mirror Online.
A source close to the couple said: "Owen is definitely not getting back with her.
"She's been hounding him since he broke things off. It's all very stressful for him at the moment.
"Stephanie absolutely lost it when she found out he'd changed the photo of them on his social accounts. It felt like a final blow as it was so public and she feels he doesn't understand how the game game works.
"Hollyoaks is his first job and people will obviously be making assumptions from the things he says or does."
Owen had moved into Stephanie's house just months after they struck up their off-screen romance and was quickly becoming a large part of her young son Caben-Albi's life.
But pals told how he was finding the relationship "suffocating" and wanted to get out - even though they will continue to cross paths on set.
And now Steph has deleted all but one photo of Owen from her Instagram page.
The insider told The Mirror said: "It was all a bit too much for him. Stephanie has been very full on the last few months.
"It was blatantly obvious she was moving the relationship forward at a rate of 100 miles an hour and him being the age he is found it very difficult to breathe. It was all very suffocating.
|by Anonymous||replies 287||19 hours ago|
Daddy Holderness is no Bonnie Tyler, but he’s a decent singer.
|by Anonymous||replies 6||19 hours ago|
His recent pic with Maluma really shows his age.
He’s always been a very cocky man. I’m glad that his career hasn’t been all that great lately.
|by Anonymous||replies 197||19 hours ago|
MyPillow, Inc. CEO Mike Lindell.
“No, they didn’t go into the Capitol building. That was Antifa. Come on.”
|by Anonymous||replies 16||19 hours ago|
Just clicking off the star at the top of the thread doesn’t work, it keeps on returning to my list of saved threads.
|by Anonymous||replies 11||19 hours ago|
If you’ve ever seen the show Riverdale, you know the fictional world is more than a little bit weird. There’s a drug called jingle jangle, an organ-farming cult and a so-called “serial killer gene” — and we’re just getting started.
KJ Apa, who plays the main character Archie who was so beloved when the show was merely a comic enterprise, has been acting a bit strange on social media lately. Not jingle-jangle strange, but still to the point where it’s worth noting.
TikTok user @marinaavalon shared proof of his unusual activity — a screen recording of an Instagram Live in which he painted his face in a very colorful, clown-like fashion with little explanation.
“Is KJ Apa okay?” she asked in the video.
Most commenters recognized the fact that he’s probably just joking around.
“He’s trying to get kicked off Riverdale,” one user said.
“I like his slightly chaotic vibe very very much,” another wrote.
“I’m pretty sure he’s happier than all of us,” a third joked.
It’s likely he’s just having a little fun in quarantine like the rest of us, but some fans were still worried about him.
“Riverdale drove him insane,” one wrote.
“He’s losing his mind like I’m actually concerned,” another said.
“Somebody really needs to investigate Riverdale production,” a third commented.
In July 2020, he shared his TikTok account @fifisqueen on his Instagram Story. He posted a few bizarre dance videos before seemingly abandoning it.
Fans also think that a nameless TikTok account known only as @user7370117022599 may be Apa — or just a fan devoted to uploading his rants from his other social media platforms.
The account has shared several videos of a man who appears to be Apa waxing poetically to the camera.
“At the end of the day, we’re all trying to do things that massage our brains,” he said in one video in a strange voice. “We’re all trying to do things that distract us from the things we really want to do.”
“Are these the epic highs and lows of high school football?” one commenter asked, referencing an unusual-but-iconic line from the show.
“Someone had too much jingle jangle,” another joked.
This is shaping up to be a very exciting new season of Riverdale.
|by Anonymous||replies 12||19 hours ago|
I'm the 5-star French restaurant in D.C. where no matter what's on the menu they have to serve him steak, mashed potatoes, peas and peach cobbler with crushed Viagara, because this savage won't eat anything else.
|by Anonymous||replies 33||19 hours ago|
if civilization and/or democracy is about to end I want to go out on a high
this one fit the bill today
|by Anonymous||replies 1||19 hours ago|
It's like the need to embarrass the customer to feel better about their sad pathetic lives
|by Anonymous||replies 14||19 hours ago|
Stage 4 cancer diagnosis
|by Anonymous||replies 37||19 hours ago|
As the prior thread has yet again been paywalled (my, my how popular these threads seem to be!), here is a new one.
To reply to the last poster on the Royals Across the Globe thread, I thought gin and Dubonnet was the Queen Mum's drink, not HM's. But I could be wrong.
I thought gin and tonic was HM's preferred cocktail.
Regretful that we won't get Crown Princess Mary and Princess Marie of Denmark dressed to the nines this New Year's for the traditional two grand observances: the gala dinner and the gala reception for diplomats (although Queen Margrethe has to sit for these now).
|by Anonymous||replies 5||19 hours ago|
Not a single picture of the inside. It doesn't thrill me.
|by Anonymous||replies 15||19 hours ago|
I’ll start. “Cemetery” by Kandle. I love the quirky lyrics.
|by Anonymous||replies 4||19 hours ago|
Post what you're listening to. I caught David Byrne's "American Utopia" on HBO the other night since then I've been making my way through the Talking Heads discography. Talking Heads: 77 might be my favorite album from that year (1977) which was a killer year for music.
|by Anonymous||replies 382||20 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||replies 4||20 hours ago|
Who in reality tv ended up in porn, professional or amateur?
|by Anonymous||replies 35||20 hours ago|
Let’s share some cute/funny/interesting animal videos!
|by Anonymous||replies 133||20 hours ago|
Let me guess, this is another Hollywood fool who dropped out of college and is now being seduced by the alt-right cult.
|by Anonymous||replies 70||20 hours ago|
I'm a flyover gay who has only gone overseas to visit Hawaii.
If I were to try authentic Italian cuisine, what would I find most surprising?
|by Anonymous||replies 4||20 hours ago|
"This is the saddest story I have ever heard."
|by Ford Maddox Ford||replies 21||20 hours ago|
HHS has finalized a rule permitting social-service providers that receive government funds to discriminate based on sexual orientation and gender identity. The new guidance could have wide-ranging implications for agencies that address adoption and foster-parenting, as well as homelessness, HIV prevention, elder care and other public services.
Cue the "Trump has been great for gays!" trolls.
|by Anonymous||replies 29||20 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||replies 165||20 hours ago|
Brought to you by the Lifetime Movie Network.
Leslie Jordan - "Lindsey Graham" Valerie Harper - "Nancy Pelosi" Tim Roth - "Mitch McConnell" Anderson Cooper - "Mike Pence" Adam Driver - "Josh Hawley" Cheri Oteri - "Susan Collins" Jim Carrey - "Jake Angeli"
|by Anonymous||replies 7||20 hours ago|
I’m making vials of Erna’s ashes to sell on Etsy, $20 each. Will you buy one?
|by TIA Tybee||replies 8||20 hours ago|
Take my poll please.
|by Anonymous||replies 19||20 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||replies 17||20 hours ago|
December 28, 1984.
But it was dusk, after all. That period late in the evening when one reaches....the edge of night.
|by Marvelous, yet midwestern||replies 217||20 hours ago|
I’m the word élite, spelled with an acute accent, in the magazine’s bespoke “Irvin” typeface.
|by Anonymous||replies 7||21 hours ago|
Will New Yorkers vote for him?
|by Anonymous||replies 93||21 hours ago|
If he isn't telling you everyday that he loves you and appreciates you and doesn't fuck you at least every 2 days, it is perfectly okay for you to cheat and you shouldn't feel bad for doing it.
|by Anonymous||replies 2||21 hours ago|
Tina’s Instagram post below.
Rhonda met Ike & Tina in 1964 and worked as their road manager until Ike & Tina in separated in 1976. She then worked for Tina in varying capacities. Rhonda was matron of honor at Tina’s wedding to Erwin Bach in 2013.
|by Anonymous||replies 4||21 hours ago|
Inspired by reply 78 on the Lizzie Borden thread below, I would love to hear about B&B stays from hell.
I've never been to one as I am allergic to everything about the concept. I'm the leave me the fuck alone, no enforced mingling with guests or owners, fed a ghastly breakfast "casserole", or share a terlit with strangers type.
|by Regale me!||replies 11||21 hours ago|
Those Aussies better not kill poor Joe!
|by Anonymous||replies 14||21 hours ago|
Would he be as anti-Trump if he hadn't been fired? He presents himself very well BUT he did fuck Kimbo Guilfoyle (she moved on to DJ, jr.) and loved his 15 minutes of fame as Communications Director.
Tried to set this up as a poll but wasn't allowed...
|by Anonymous||replies 55||21 hours ago|
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Jayne and her lawyer husband Tom Girardi allegedly embezzled millions of dollars meant for families who lost loved ones in the 2018 Lion Air plane crash and their divorce is a 'sham' to protect their money, a new lawsuit claims.
A class action lawsuit filed by Edelson PC on Wednesday in Illinois accuses Erika and Tom of embezzling money meant for his law firm clients because he's 'on the verge of financial collapse' and needed to finance their lavish lifestyle.
It further claims that last month's announcement that Erika, 49, filed for divorce from Tom, 81, after 21 years of marriage is an act to protect their money from debt collectors.
|by Anonymous||replies 382||21 hours ago|
Ratings are down after President Donald Trump urged follows to switch over to rival Newsmax,
The rival network has beaten Fox News in some head-to-head matchups since November, and CNN and MSNBC finished in the top two spots in daytime ratings for the first time since 2000.
What can Fox News do to reclaim its number one ranking
|by Anonymous||replies 7||21 hours ago|
"Tune in January 20, 2021 for the historic inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris!"
|by Anonymous||replies 0||21 hours ago|
The gays will love it!
|by Anonymous||replies 15||21 hours ago|
Since the last thread was filled ...
Well, hello! I'm so glad to see the blinds from my first-ever rental apartment have been saved and are still in use in Brendad's home!
Let's continue our chat about all things Ickson.
|by Anonymous||replies 432||21 hours ago|
I hope those items have RFID tags on them.
|by Anonymous||replies 85||21 hours ago|
[quote]“During our 11-year run, there was only one guest who was a royal pain,” she wrote. “I won’t name him, but he wasn’t a happy camper from the get-go. We tried to accommodate him at every turn, but to no avail.” The cast wasn’t particularly upset when the contentious co-star decided to leave before show time. “We later learned he was ‘on’ something, which might’ve explained his orneriness,” Burnett remarked. “At any rate, it came as no surprise when he simply decided to walk the day before we were to tape the show.”
[quote]While Burnett wouldn’t identify the unpleasant celebrity, she did reveal the nickname he was given by someone on the production team. “He was a belligerent little SOB,” the variety show star wrote. “I say ‘little’ because he was very short, which prompted one of our writers to label him ‘a pony’s ass’.”
|by Anonymous||replies 11||21 hours ago|
I really can't take the day off to comfort him. And no, it's not a seizure-- I asked and he licked my face to say it's hiccups.
|by Anonymous||replies 10||a day ago|
And not in the way you may think, so give your traumatized imagination a break.
Though Trump has been exceptionally furious with Vice President Pence, his relationship with lawyer Rudolph W. Giuliani, one of his most steadfast defenders, is also fracturing, according to people with knowledge of the dynamics between the men.
Trump has instructed aides not to pay Giuliani’s legal fees, two officials said, and has demanded that he personally approve any reimbursements for the expenses Giuliani incurred while traveling on the president’s behalf to challenge election results in key states. They said Trump has privately expressed concern with some of Giuliani’s moves and did not appreciate a demand from Giuliani for $20,000 a day in fees for his work attempting to overturn the election.
|by Anonymous||replies 68||a day ago|
Jo Stafford singing "Shenandoah" does it for me. Not quite Zen or calming, but listening to this reminds me of the beauty that can still be experienced.
|by Just the tiniest bit tipsy||replies 23||a day ago|
I don't tip at McDonald's (and there isn't the option) of course, but since Covid hit, I get take out maybe once a week (which is about how often I went "out" to eat) at normally sit down restaurants.
I've been leaving a tip of between 10-12% (I just round up). I've talked to some people who think I'm crazy, but I've also heard from people who think I'm cheap.
I know servers, who are paid for shit, are often packing up my food, so I think it is good to leave a tip, but 20% seems too much, since they aren't really serving me. Restaurants are open in my area (in a limited fashion) so they do have customers paying the customary 20%.
What sayeth you DL?
|by Anonymous||replies 40||a day ago|
Anyone on the DL use em? I 💗 her glycerine hand therapy - unscented.
|by Anonymous||replies 13||a day ago|
Today it is Ken Cuccinelli.
|by Anonymous||replies 162||a day ago|
He just graduated from Patrick Henry University. Does he pick out the congressman's wardobe, too?
|by Anonymous||replies 14||a day ago|
Let the ennui ensue.
|by Anonymous||replies 23||a day ago|
I feel like our problems are just too deep seated. And social media is such a huge part of the problem, without the entire medium disappearing, this shit is gonna keep spreading like an ink blot.
This country is a powder keg waiting to be set off.
|by Anonymous||replies 105||a day ago|
I don't think that Nancy Pelosi is safe with these crazy armed republican congress memebers inside the capitol armed to the teeth. Several have refused to allow their personal items to be searched or walk through metal detectors.
Nobody in the capitol is safe until they expel all the traitor congress members who help to stage the violent coup.
|by Anonymous||replies 131||a day ago|
For some unexplicable reason, the other thread got paywalled.
Right when the show was getting good.
|by Anonymous||replies 72||a day ago|
"Some things don't add up!"
Cordell Walker has questions, and in the first trailer for the CW's Walker, he's on a mission to answer them.
The new series stars Supernatural star Jared Padalecki as Cordell, a Texas Ranger who returns home to Austin after years of undercover work to be with his family. But the widower is also looking into the circumstances surrounding his wife's (Genevieve Padalecki) death.
In the first trailer for the new series, which premieres on the CW on January 21, Cordell claims "some things don't add up" when it comes to his wife's death, and it's clear those questions still haunt him.
|by Anonymous||replies 75||a day ago|
Will the rest of the cast end their feud with him and get along? These may be his sad last days.
|by Anonymous||replies 3||a day ago|
I'm staying at my friends house and I was gonna sleep on the couch but he said his bed is big so I an sleep there with him if I want, do you think he wants to fuck me or actually just sleep?
|by Anonymous||replies 34||a day ago|
I said, godDAMN!!!!
|by Anonymous||replies 177||a day ago|
It is that time of year again when attention turns to making predictions about what the new year will bring.
Some names that spring to mind for me include Bob Barker, Prince Philip, June Lockhart, Liza Minnelli and Barbara Walters.
|by Anonymous||replies 405||a day ago|
I'm her mother, muttering 'I tell you ve vill not ged avay safe! Ceaușescu! Ceaușescu!'
|by Anonymous||replies 2||a day ago|
Sometimes I wonder if they ever had a fling or at least a mutual attraction. When I was a teen, I read every Lucy biography in print (yes MARY!!!!!) and I don't remember reading about this possibility. But they both seemed to indulge their base instincts quite liberally (Desi a known womanizer; Viv married four times, and she was also "the other woman" in her third marriage). Additionally, on the show, Viv is very often demonstrative with Desi -- leaning into him, putting her arm over his shoulder, etc. I remember reading Viv often took Desi's side in his arguments with Lucy, and she thought Lucy was too hard on him regarding his drinking.
It does make me wonder if anything was happening behind the scenes.
|by Anonymous||replies 336||a day ago|
Do you love his body?
|by Anonymous||replies 114||a day ago|
Alec and Hilaria Baldwin are taking stringent COVID-19 precautions.
The 62-year-old actor has been staying at a rental house in Amagansett about a mile away from his family’s Hamptons estate, sources told Page Six. One source said Alec has been quarantining there as he goes back and forth to New York City while filming a project.
A spy said Alec has been spotted coming and going alone from the rental.
In December, Alec opened up about his having to quarantine away from his wife and their five children.
“I’m here in this guesthouse that’s near our house, that I’m staying in when I’m quarantining,” the former “30 Rock” star said in an Instagram video. “I go into New York and work a little bit and come back and have to quarantine here for a few days. It’s not a lot of fun.”
|by Anonymous||replies 14||a day ago|
Will they or won’t they?
|by Anonymous||replies 29||a day ago|
Fox (not Fox News, regular Fox) will be showing "The Masked Dancer" and "Name That Tune."
|by Quelle surprise||replies 4||a day ago|
One recruiter tried to place six of them and couldn't land any interviews. Sad!
|by Anonymous||replies 19||a day ago|
I'm dying to know.
|by Anonymous||replies 34||a day ago|
Yesterday, just as I was pulling into work I got a message that there had been an unexpected death in the family. (not covid) I had to scramble to arrange for someone to cover me at work and then go home again. As I was pulling into the driveway I noticed something on the top of my mailbox -it looked like a rock. I was too preoccupied to pay much attention. After a day of tears and funeral arrangements and hand-holding I went out to get the mail and saw that it was, indeed, a rock. It had been beautifully painted with detailed flowers. There were similar rocks on most of the neighbors' mailboxes. No flyer. No advertisement. Just flowers. It's hard to believe how much that simple, random act of kindness lifted my heart. I don't expect whoever did this will see my post, but I wanted to share just how meaningful a little bit of unexpected kindness can be. Thank you.
|by Anonymous||replies 0||a day ago|
Desmond Lee and Atip Anantawan
|by Anonymous||replies 241||a day ago|
She speaks against homosexuality here.
And she has tons of people backing her up in the comments, with over 28k likes!!!
|by Anonymous||replies 50||a day ago|
The Duchess of York has landed a book deal with the romantic fiction publisher Mills & Boon, revealing that she “drew on many parallels from my life” for the historical tale.
Sarah Ferguson’s debut novel, Her Heart for a Compass, will be released in August and tells a fictional account of the life and love story of her great-great-aunt, Lady Margaret Montagu Douglas Scott.
Mills & Boon describes it as an “immersive historical saga” that “sweeps the reader from the drawing rooms of Victoria’s court and the grand country houses of Scotland and Ireland, to the slums of London and the mercantile bustle of 1870s New York”.
It follows Margaret, “who desires to break the mould, follow her internal compass – her heart – and discover her raison d’être – falling in love along the way”.
|by Anonymous||replies 40||a day ago|
He was such a big deal in the 80s. What is he like?
|by T-curious||replies 5||a day ago|
Notorious drama queen San Francisco faces another complete collapse. In 15 years it will be back yet again, but I wonder what the boom will be based on.
|by Anonymous||replies 9||a day ago|
What is their damage?
|by Anonymous||replies 111||a day ago|
I'm in my early 20s
|by Anonymous||replies 17||a day ago|
The discussion continues.
|by Anonymous||replies 41||a day ago|
RIP gay bars
|by Anonymous||replies 2||a day ago|
His partner Brian Lutz publicly lashed out at the NY governor. “He died by suicide … after being terrorized by Gov. Andrew Cuomo,” read one of the tweets that Lutz has since deleted. While Lutz said his partner had no history of mental illness, friends and colleagues said Evans had difficulties with his family over his lifestyle choices. He had never openly discussed with his parents that he was in a relationship with a man, friends said. While the obituary mentions numerous relatives in Colombia and the US, it leaves out Lutz, who was his romantic partner for more than 16 years. The two met at Oxford and resided together in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood.
|by Anonymous||replies 129||a day ago|
As for what type of cancer, they said the actor will release a statement when a formal diagnosis has been made. They called the diagnosis “serious” and said he has started chemotherapy.
“He’s undergoing chemo so he will be there at least another week and then we will figure out when he gets to come home,” his rep tells EW. “By next week, we'll have a much better understanding of the severity of his condition and what treatments he will need so that he’s comfortable.”
Diamond is feeling “fine” today, according to the rep, and better than when he was admitted to the hospital.
|by Anonymous||replies 2||a day ago|
Literally no one can come close.
He's terrifying and so damned sexy and fascinating at the same time.
This should be a Ben Vereen tribute thread, cause everything he does is phenomenal.
|by Anonymous||replies 5||Yesterday at 7:02 AM|
FOX NEWS squealed as hard as it could about "Law and Order." Trump believed really hard that the economy would boom before Election Day if we all just ignored COVID-19. And Boris made sure every Republican fraud and delusion was well-circulated on the DL.
But in the end, Donald Trump collapsed. Which MAGAt talking point blathered copiously on DL was the most amusing and deadly to the Trump campaign?
|by Clytemnestra||replies 43||Yesterday at 7:01 AM|
The first confirmation hearing for one of President-elect Joe Biden’s crucial cabinet posts has been abruptly rescheduled, the ranking members of the Senate Intelligence Committee said on Thursday.
Biden announced in November that Avril Haines, who held top national security jobs under former President Barack Obama, would become his director of national intelligence in his administration. The virtual hearing was scheduled for Friday but was postponed, NBC News reports.
A Republican Senate aide told NBC News that there is no rescheduled date yet for the postponed hearing, but the delay occurred in part because members wanted to be able to attend in person. The aide said they do not expect this to “significantly delay the confirmation process.” Another aide said the Senate hopes to hold the hearing on Tuesday.
|by Anonymous||replies 19||Yesterday at 6:57 AM|
I know people on the right who say: don't look at him, look at what he does.
So...what did he do?
No medical plan. No wall.
Stock market? I dunno. My 401K was building nicely under Obama.
I'd been meaning to post this for a while; the last few days should certainly be included. He indirectly contributed to the 5 deaths.
|by Anonymous||replies 28||Yesterday at 6:55 AM|
Another collection of random Reddit photos.....this time of hot daddy types.
You're welcome to post here too, but please post guys that are over 40, and post Reddit shots or random photos....please don't flood the thread with porn photos that we've all seen a million times. Thanks!
|by Anonymous||replies 148||Yesterday at 6:51 AM|
He also is featured in Forbes magazine, as he is one of the top paid whores right now.
He is very smart in how he built a following and marketed himself.
|by Anonymous||replies 17||Yesterday at 6:44 AM|
This happened before Quarantine, obviously. But so cool of him to buy all those white privileged people meals!
|by Anonymous||replies 8||Yesterday at 6:33 AM|
I looked at today's Huffpost Personals so you don't have to. Here's what I found:
I Hijacked A Stranger’s Grave To Help My Daughter Grieve The Father She Never Met
I Was A Psychic Phone Line Operator. Here’s What Really Happened Behind The Scenes.
What I Want You To Know About Borderline Personality Disorder
Can you do better?
|by Guest Writer||replies 30||Yesterday at 6:27 AM|
I see why Stevie lost it over her
|by Anonymous||replies 93||Yesterday at 6:26 AM|
Whenever I try to search items only in the US 🤔
|by Anonymous||replies 0||Yesterday at 6:15 AM|
Why hasn’t he “broken out”?
|by Anonymous||replies 168||Yesterday at 6:11 AM|
The actress Anne Hathaway told Jimmy Fallon she didn't want to be called Anne anymore. She said her mom is the only one who calls her Anne, and only when she's angry. The actress said she'd rather be called Annie or anything else.
First step toward transitioning? How about Arnie? I will call her "Arnie".
|by Anonymous||replies 61||Yesterday at 6:05 AM|
I'm sorry but he's not cute and not much of an actor. I don't get the appeal.
|by Anonymous||replies 2||Yesterday at 5:43 AM|
White people are just... smh.
|by Anonymous||replies 0||Yesterday at 5:39 AM|
Who do you love? @gainer_bull is my current fave
|by Anonymous||replies 4||Yesterday at 5:33 AM|
Tell us why in the comments
|by Anonymous||replies 30||Yesterday at 5:26 AM|
Looks like the prior thread may be running out of gas so here's more meat for you hungry bitches.
|by Anonymous||replies 1||Yesterday at 5:23 AM|
It is going to, one way or the other.
|by Anonymous||replies 84||Yesterday at 5:09 AM|
The ongoing story of the most dramatic small village in history.
|by Anonymous||replies 538||Yesterday at 4:57 AM|
This is so flippin cute. I'm not even much of a cat person and I had to watch it 4 times in a row.
|by Anonymous||replies 14||Yesterday at 4:40 AM|
They’re like two large pizzas.
|by Anonymous||replies 230||Yesterday at 4:30 AM|
What a movie! Nailbiting tension throughout, and a fresh and interesting plot. And an unexpected though satisfying ending.
Carey Mulligan is also a revelation. She has always been good, but this is a new career high.
No gay characters, but I highly recommend it anyway ha ha.
|by Anonymous||replies 5||Yesterday at 4:19 AM|
Not something you see every day - and, of course, he has an OnlyFans!
|by Anonymous||replies 12||Yesterday at 4:19 AM|
The new Tina Fey/Robert Carlock sitcom starring Ted Danson premiered last night and is streaming on Hulu. The first two episodes are up. The pilot is alright. There’s some good digs at woke youth culture and Holly Hunter is funny as a militant AOC-type, but Danson and the supporting characters are pretty bland and the actress playing his daughter is awful. The second episode isn’t very strong, but the show might pick up after a few episodes so I’ll give it another chance.
Has anyone else watched?
|by Anonymous||replies 30||Yesterday at 4:09 AM|
My partner is self-centered and self-absorbed. He never seems to have any interest in what I do, or even who I am. He is often so depressed he shuts down. He pays little attention to my career, and seldom if ever asks questions about it or me. I was sexually attracted to him years ago but now we've stopped having sex and neither of us minds. He loves to watch football and soccer, I prefer classical music and books. We have little in common.I don't really like him.
And yet, weirdly, he is my soulmate, as much as I've ever found anyone to be just that. Something about him resonates with me, despite our differences. We are comfortable together. I can't explain it, it's almost like something explicable bonds us.
I don't know what to do.
|by Seriously, deeply, unhappily perplexed||replies 22||Yesterday at 4:01 AM|
Normally a mommy blogger would be catnip to me here but this is sad.
Is it normal though for every one of your children to be delivered via c-section? Is there a physical abnormality that would make vaginal birth impossible/dangerous every time?
|by Anonymous||replies 92||Yesterday at 4:01 AM|
Watch the trailer. Cast details in thread.
|by Anonymous||replies 329||Yesterday at 3:56 AM|
NYT sure gives this sodomite a lot of inches.
|by Catamite||replies 5||Yesterday at 3:44 AM|
Nine in 10 Americans oppose the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, seven in 10 say Donald Trump bears at least some responsibility for it and a majority in a new ABC News/Washington Post poll – 56% – favors efforts in Congress to bar him from holding elected office again.
Fifty-four percent in the national survey also say Trump should be charged criminally with inciting a riot for having encouraged his supporters to march on the Capitol. More, 66%, say he has behaved irresponsibly, more broadly, in his statements and actions since the election.
|by Anonymous||replies 11||Yesterday at 3:31 AM|
|by Anonymous||replies 3||Yesterday at 3:23 AM|
...or Degrees of Separation, not from Kevin Bacon, but Kelly's Bacon (Lettuce & Tomato, natch)
The buzz around town has it that Colonel Sanders Tad Martin Gray and big, old baddie Cyrus Renault just may turn out to be long-lost relations from the forgotten branch of our fair Laura's original family tree, as connected by Florence and Gordon Gray. Florence has been revealed to be the patient (presumed to be mother) that Cyrus is keeping hidden away in various out of state oh-so secret safe houses, while her wayward husband (now deceased) was Prof. Gordon Gray, who happens to have been the teacher who inconveniently knocked up Laura's mother, Leslie, back in the day when she was a young, single student. Stay tuned...
|by Lulu, enjoying an Earl Grey IV drip at Grey Gardens Coma Care & Teahouse Rehab||replies 178||Yesterday at 3:21 AM|
Real name Ralph Pierre LaCock...and what's wrong with that? Why would he change it?
|by Anonymous||replies 18||Yesterday at 3:19 AM|
This administration has had 4 years to clean up the middle east, yet it remains in tatters..
and now more bombings in Syria... what a way for this incompetent administration to go out with a bang!
|by Anonymous||replies 13||Yesterday at 3:00 AM|
Seems like a pretty easy decision to me. Imagine if this had been anyone else.
|by Anonymous||replies 3||Yesterday at 2:59 AM|
This video is incredible. Beautiful. How they can stay in formation is beyond me.
|by Anonymous||replies 19||Yesterday at 2:57 AM|
The Philadelphia native went from being a licensed pharmacist to a busy performer known for his intense roles.
Peter Mark Richman, the pharmacist turned ubiquitous character actor who showed up in such films as Friendly Persuasion and The Black Orchid and on TV shows including Dynasty and Three's Company, has died. He was 93.
Richman died Thursday morning of natural causes at his home in Woodland Hills, publicist Harlan Boll announced.
Richman starred as a former mob lawyer who teams with the FBI to bring criminals to justice on the 1961-62 NBC series Cain's Hundred and played Andrew Laird, a savvy attorney for Denver-Carrington Oil and the Carrington family, on ABC's Dynasty from 1981-84.
He also was the Reverend Snow, the father of Suzanne Somers' Chrissy Snow, on ABC's Three's Company in 1978-79.
Richman portrayed a state trooper seemingly stalked by giants on a memorable 1964 Twilight Zone episode, "The Fear," and he guest-starred on dozens of other series during his eight-decade career — from Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Ben Casey, The Outer Limits, The Fugitive, Bonanza and Mannix to Too Close for Comfort, Hotel, Murder, She Wrote, Fantasy Island and Star Trek: The Next Generation.
The son of a painting and paper-hanging contractor, Richman was born in Philadelphia on April 16, 1927. After graduating from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science as a licensed pharmacist in two states, he joined the Actors Studio and in 1953 starred in Calder Willingham's End as a Man on Broadway.
In 1956, he stepped in for Ben Gazzara on Broadway in A Hatful of Rain and later portrayed Jerry in more than 400 performances of Edward Albee's The Zoo Story.
Director William Wyler brought him to Hollywood to portray a cavalry officer in Friendly Persuasion (1956), starring Gary Cooper and Dorothy McGuire, and he starred opposite Sophia Loren and Anthony Quinn in The Black Orchid (1958), helmed by Martin Ritt.
His big-screen résumé also included The Strange One (1967), Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear (1991), Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan and 4 Faces (1999), which he wrote based on his one-man play.
Richman wrote another play, A Medal for Murray, which ran for two years in Israel, plus novels, short stories and an autobiography — 2018's I Saw a Molten White Light — and was an accomplished painter, too.
In 1990, Richman received the Silver Medallion from the Motion Picture & Television Fund for outstanding humanitarian achievement. He was also honored with the Sybil Brand Humanitarian Award from the Jeffrey Foundation that year.
Survivors include his wife of 67 years, actress Helen Richman; children Howard (and his wife, Cherie), Kelly (Loren), Lucas (Debbie) — he's a Grammy-winning conductor — Orien (Alevé) and Roger; and grandchildren Jenny, Lily, Max, Julia, Oliver and Danica.
Memorial contributions in honor of Richman can be made to the Motion Picture & Television Fund.
|by Anonymous||replies 23||Yesterday at 2:54 AM|
On her January 6 setlist: “tell fucking Pelosi we’re coming for her! Fucking traitorous cunts, we’re coming! We’re coming for all of you!” and the ever-popular “last breath or last bullet, what’s it going to be?”
|by Anonymous||replies 15||Yesterday at 2:25 AM|
Statement from the family - devastating
Depression is soul destroying
|by Anonymous||replies 143||Yesterday at 2:21 AM|
I saw someone say he had cancer a while back. Only one original Doll left now. RIP.
|by Anonymous||replies 4||Yesterday at 2:17 AM|
I’m not complaining but doesn’t this violate YouTube‘s nudity policy?
|by Anonymous||replies 7||Yesterday at 2:04 AM|
A little good news
|by Anonymous||replies 17||Yesterday at 1:53 AM|
The press has been uncharacteristically tight-lipped about what it will be about. We know we will finally see Wanda and the Vision in their costumes from the comics, (Wanda's costume looks incredibly impractical below--her cape looks about to fall off) and that it somehow involves them living in settings akin to different sitcoms, such as "The Dick van Dyke Show" and "The Partridge Family." I assume Wanda's reality-warping powers will be somehow behind these weird locales, but I've heard little else regarding what it's about, or who the villain will be in it. Debra Jo Rupp will be in it, though,which is always a good sign. Does anyone know anything else? Is there any buzz about it?
|by Anonymous||replies 9||Yesterday at 1:51 AM|
Another caravan from Honduras gets ready to depart for the USA.
Read it in my local (Spanish) newspaper.
|by Anonymous||replies 0||Yesterday at 1:45 AM|
So it’s been very cold (obviously, it’s winter) and my apartment has one of those AC/Heater combos. I hate those. They’re loud while used and they pull too much light and I don’t need to pay $200 for a light Bill in December/January.
I went and bought a small space heater and have been using that instead, and regret it. I received my December-January Light Bill this morning and it was $215!!!!! The previous bill was $61!!! I am fuming.
I called them at 4 this morning and spoke to a woman named Diaz and she asked me if I am using a space heater, and I said yes, she said that is what is pulling tons of light in my apartment. She said those small things pull tons of light, and most people don’t know it.
Ugh I am so upset. I am probably better off using the one built into my wall. This is the first time I’m paying a large bill during winter!!!!!!
Below is the heater I use.
|by Anonymous||replies 143||Yesterday at 1:41 AM|
What should I do?
|by Anonymous||replies 21||Yesterday at 1:35 AM|
As pieces of these 100,000 vides of the riot come in, I think the FBI is right: "Feds Say People Will Be “Shocked” As Even More Details of Capitol Rioters’ Conduct Emerge"
I think that Mitch, and maybe McCartney have seen the videos coming in that have not been released yet and are "shocked" to say the least.
God knows what is on those videos and in those 100,000 pieces of data.
|by Anonymous||replies 82||Yesterday at 1:34 AM|
He is saying everything in this video that he should have said on January 6th. On that day, he chose to tell the raging, destructive, murderous mob that they were "very special" and that he "loved" them. Who got him to make THIS video now, almost a week later? And what is his endgame? It almost creeps me out because he is clearly denouncing violence, it's not even subtle, and this is so unlike him to be so clear and sane-sounding. So...was this video part of a secret bargain he made to get out of being tried for murder?
|by Anonymous||replies 61||Yesterday at 1:26 AM|
Pentagon officials have been left "stunned" after acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller ordered a "Pentagon-wide halt to cooperation" with President-elect Joe Biden's transition, Axios reports.
Miller, according to the report, on Thursday night ordered officials to cancel transition meetings that had previously been scheduled, "which stunned officials throughout the Pentagon." Officials reportedly were not clear on what led to the decision, and Axios says a top Biden official wasn't aware of the order.
A senior Defense Department official told Axios this was a "simple delay of the last few scheduled meetings until after the new year," saying they had "fewer than two dozen remaining meetings on the schedule today and next week" and staff was "overwhelmed by the number of meetings." The official added, "With the holidays we are taking a knee for two weeks. We are still committed to a productive transition."
But Axios writes that officials "across the Defense Department" were shocked by the move, which comes after President Trump delayed the official beginning of Biden's transition while refusing to accept the results of the 2020 presidential election.
|by Anonymous||replies 24||Yesterday at 1:25 AM|
MILWAUKEE — Advocate Aurora Health says a now-fired employee intentionally removed 57 vials of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine from a refrigerator last weekend, causing them to become ineffective and be discarded.
Each vial contains enough vaccine for 10 vaccinations.
Initially, Aurora was "led to believe" the removal was an error. But Wednesday, the employee "acknowledged that they intentionally removed the vaccine from refrigeration," according to a statement from the health care provider.
Grafton Police Department said in a statement late Wednesday that it was notified by Aurora shortly after 6 p.m. "regarding an employee tampering with vials of the COVID-19 vaccine" at its hospital.
The statement goes on to say the incident is being investigated by the FBI and the Food and Drug Administration as well as Grafton police.
Aurora said the action by the employee is "a violation of our core values."
The employee was fired, and Aurora said it notified "appropriate authorities for further investigation."
Aurora said no other employees were involved and that it plans to release more information on Thursday.
Its statement continues:
"We continue to believe that vaccination is our way out of the pandemic. We are more than disappointed that this individual’s action will result in a delay of more than 500 people receiving their vaccine."
The vials were removed Friday and most were discarded Saturday, according to an earlier statement from Aurora.
Clinicians were still able to administer some of the vaccine from the vials within the allowable 12-hour post-refrigeration window but had to discard most of it, according to an earlier statement from Aurora.
The Moderna vaccine can be stored at freezer temperatures for up to six months, and is stable at regular refrigerator temperatures for 30 days — making it simpler to transport than the Pfizer vaccine. But once thawed, the vaccine cannot be refrozen.
At room temperature, the Moderna vaccine can keep for up to 12 hours.
When the first doses of the Pfizer vaccine — which must be kept at ultra-cold temperatures — arrived in Wisconsin in mid-December, state health officials did not disclose the eight regional hubs where they were being stored, citing "security reasons" and saying they'd consulted with the Department of Homeland Security.
"This is precious vaccine. We do not want to create any security risks," Julie Willems Van Dijk, deputy secretary of the state Department of Health Services, said Dec. 14 during a virtual news conference.
Since then, thousands of doses of the less-fragile Moderna vaccine have been sent to the state. It's not known if most are being stored in employee hospitals and clinics, or in centralized hubs.
|by Anonymous||replies 111||Yesterday at 1:19 AM|
Does it mean I catch rona ?
|by Anonymous||replies 5||Yesterday at 1:17 AM|
Mayim Bialik stars as a 39-year-old woman who decides to use the money her parents had been saving for her wedding to open a cat-themed cafe.
Co-starring Leslie Jordan as the sissy eldergay, Cheyenne Jackson as the meth gay, and featuring Swoosie Kurtz as the ginger martini. Laugh track provided by Chuck Lorre Productions. This winter on Fox! (winter release not an indication of no confidence).
|by Anonymous||replies 183||Yesterday at 12:55 AM|
I don’t remember this getting much attention, but Donald Barr, former AG Bill Barr’s father, wrote a novel about sex slaves, while Jeffrey Epstein was working for him, in a job he personally hired him for... that Epstein was unqualified for... at a High School. How did the mainstream media not run with this? Epstein was blackmailing Barr!
|by Anonymous||replies 10||Yesterday at 12:54 AM|
OMG such delicious, life nourishing tea.
|by Anonymous||replies 366||Yesterday at 12:38 AM|
𝐇𝐨𝐰 𝐬𝐞𝐥𝐟-𝐩𝐫𝐨𝐜𝐥𝐚𝐢𝐦𝐞𝐝 '𝐩𝐫𝐨𝐩𝐡𝐞𝐭𝐬' 𝐟𝐫𝐨𝐦 𝐚 𝐠𝐫𝐨𝐰𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐂𝐡𝐫𝐢𝐬𝐭𝐢𝐚𝐧 𝐦𝐨𝐯𝐞𝐦𝐞𝐧𝐭 𝐩𝐫𝐨𝐯𝐢𝐝𝐞𝐝 𝐫𝐞𝐥𝐢𝐠𝐢𝐨𝐮𝐬 𝐦𝐨𝐭𝐢𝐯𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐉𝐚𝐧. 𝟔 𝐞𝐯𝐞𝐧𝐭𝐬 𝐚𝐭 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐔𝐒 𝐂𝐚𝐩𝐢𝐭𝐨𝐥
In addition to symbols of white supremacy, many of the rioters at the Capitol on Jan. 6 carried signs bearing religious messages, such as “Jesus Saves” and “In God We Trust” while others chanted “Jesus is my savior and Trump is my president.” In a video interview, one of those who breached the Senate floor describes holding a prayer to “consecrate it to Jesus” soon after entering.
Many white evangelical leaders have provided religious justification and undying support for Trump’s presidency, including his most racially incendiary rhetoric and policies. But as a scholar of religion, I argue that a particular segment of white evangelicalism that my colleague Richard Flory and I call Independent Network Charismatic, or INC, has played a unique role in providing a spiritual justification for the movement to overturn the election which resulted in the storming of the Capitol.
INC Christianity is a group of high-profile independent leaders who are detached from any formal denomination and cooperate with one another in loose networks.
In the days and hours leading up to the storming of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 the group Jericho March organized marches around the Capitol and Supreme Court building praying for God to defeat the “dark and corrupt” forces that they claimed, without evidence, had stolen the election from God’s anointed president – Donald Trump.
Jericho March is a loose coalition of Christian nationalists formed after the 2020 presidential election with the goal of overturning its results. Leading up to and following the Capitol violence, their website stated: “We are proud of the American system of governance established by our Founding Fathers and we will not let globalists, socialists, and communists destroy our beautiful nation by sidestepping our laws and suppressing the will of the American people through their fraudulent and illegal activities in this election.” This statement as well as others were removed some time after the Capitol riot.
Jericho March’s main activity has been organizing prayer marches around Capitol buildings around the nation after the election, imitating the “battle of Jericho” in the Bible. In this biblical battle God commanded the army of his chosen people, the nation of Israel, to blow trumpets and then march around the city walls until God brought the walls down and allowed Israel to invade and conquer the city. According to the Bible, this was the first battle that the nation won in its conquest of Canaan, the “promised land” that it occupied afterward.
Jericho March’s activities culminated in a large prayer rally on Dec. 12 in Washington, D.C., that included prayer marches and speeches on the mall by convicted and pardoned former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, former U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann, the Trump-supporting founder of MyPillow Mike Lindell and far-right Oathkeepers militia founder Stewart Rhodes.
More inside article:
|by Anonymous||replies 26||Yesterday at 12:13 AM|
“Every panic button in my office had been torn out — the whole unit,” Sarah Groh, Pressley’s chief of staff, recalled to The Boston Globe.
The buttons had been used before, and Groh said she had not switched offices since then. Exactly why they were not there when supporters of President Donald Trump sieged the halls of Congress was unclear to the staff, she said.
|by Anonymous||replies 65||Yesterday at 12:01 AM|
Like Trump! Benghazi! Antifa! BLM!
Of course there is the three word Lock Her Up!
|by Anonymous||replies 4||Last Thursday at 11:59 PM|
His mom tells the public that he hasn't eaten all weekend because the prison won't give him organic food.
|by Anonymous||replies 141||Last Thursday at 11:57 PM|
Justice officials respond to new report on family separation by blaming Trump, expressing regret;
Former DOJ official Rod Rosenstein told NBC News Thursday that zero tolerance "was a failed policy that never should have been proposed or implemented."
WASHINGTON — After a scathing new report from the Justice Department's watchdog blamed top department officials for being the "driving force" behind the Trump administration's 2018 migrant family separation policy, former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein issued a statement of regret and current DOJ official Gene Hamilton blamed the president for the policy.
In interviews with the DOJ Office of Inspector General in the lead up to the report, Gene Hamilton, known as a close ally of White House adviser Stephen Miller, said the decision to separate families, a controversial policy known as "zero tolerance" that lasted two months in 2018 before it was terminated by executive order, ultimately rested with President Donald Trump and then-Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen .
"If Secretary Nielsen and DHS did not want to refer people with minors, with children, then we wouldn't have prosecuted them because they wouldn't have referred them. And ultimately that decision would be between Secretary Nielsen and the president," Hamilton told the Office of Inspector General, according to the report.
|by Anonymous||replies 6||Last Thursday at 11:38 PM|
|by Anonymous||replies 93||Last Thursday at 11:35 PM|
I tried eating healthy multiple times during COVID.
I'm giving up on even trying. The constant financial and emotional stress has taken a troll and I feel food is my only outlet. And unlike my pre-COVID self -- or even my self a few months ago -- I don't care.
|by far whore||replies 31||Last Thursday at 10:43 PM|
He didn't even defend me
|by Anonymous||replies 10||Last Thursday at 10:36 PM|
Lady adopts a bearded dragon and the outcome is not as most would expect.
|by Anonymous||replies 12||Last Thursday at 10:25 PM|
Wentworth Miller will reprise his role as ADA Isaiah Holmes
When Holmes returns to the show, he’ll have been recently promoted to lead the Brooklyn DA’s Civil Rights Unit. He’ll be pulled back into the SVU fold after one of his old schoolmates comes under investigation and ADA Dominick Carisi Jr. (Peter Scanavino) seeks Holmes’ help.
Since Wentworth Miller says he only interested in playing openly gay characters, the producers have acquiesced to his request to make the character come out off-screen, and is now an openly gay D.A.
|by Anonymous||replies 109||Last Thursday at 10:13 PM|
Sexy Eddie is back!
Kate is gone!
Stud of the Sea Captain Lee ... is hospitalized.
Episode one was really good. The girls are meh, but British James and American Shane are hot as F#@!
Btw, Eddie has really great hair.
|by Anonymous||replies 400||Last Thursday at 9:50 PM|
A rioter named Jaden X participating and recording was in the corridor when the woman was shot. It’s at the end. Note how the Capitol Police try to help her while the rest of the mouth-breathers refuse to move away so they can film it. Stay for the breathless reactions: “I saw the light go out of her eyes!!!”
|by Anonymous||replies 151||Last Thursday at 9:46 PM|
Kevin Seefried, who carried Confederate flag into the Capitol during Trump-fueled riot, arrested with son
|by Anonymous||replies 41||Last Thursday at 9:41 PM|
|by Anonymous||replies 6||Last Thursday at 9:41 PM|
Georgia Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene said Wednesday that she would be filing articles of impeachment against President-elect Joe Biden the day following Biden's expected inauguration.
|by Anonymous||replies 90||Last Thursday at 9:23 PM|
Before the iPhone was all the rage I had a basic cell phone that just so happened to take AMAZING Photographs! Can anybody recall a phone they used to use that took really good photos? This is probably 12 to 15 years ago. Thanks.
|by Anonymous||replies 0||Last Thursday at 9:22 PM|
Peter O'Toole is astonishing
|by Anonymous||replies 111||Last Thursday at 9:21 PM|
Dead at 92
|by Anonymous||replies 15||Last Thursday at 9:11 PM|
The similarities are uncanny
|by Anonymous||replies 2||Last Thursday at 9:09 PM|
Excellent move Pres. Biden!!
|by Anonymous||replies 4||Last Thursday at 9:06 PM|
Kinda fucked up how many “I’m sorry your dad died, please send me an autograph and a pick” letters I’ve gotten over the last 3 months. Some even coming directly to my home.
What an unbelievable breach of privacy, and wow what horrible timing. Please don’t do this.
|by Anonymous||replies 34||Last Thursday at 8:49 PM|
Complete with gray accent wall.
I can't stand this insufferable try-hard, drama-camp gargoyle! Hasn't she aged out of being employable yet? How much longer do we have to endure seeing her?
|by Anonymous||replies 3||Last Thursday at 8:49 PM|
Do your petals bruise easily?
|by Vylit Moonshyne||replies 2||Last Thursday at 8:32 PM|
Why yes or why not? Do the gays not put up Christmas trees and Christmas lights?
|by Anonymous||replies 69||Last Thursday at 8:18 PM|
DETROIT — Former Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder, his health director and other ex-officials have been told they’re being charged after a new investigation of the Flint water scandal, which devastated the majority Black city with lead-contaminated water and was blamed for a deadly outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease in 2014-15, The Associated Press has learned.
Two people with knowledge of the planned prosecution told the AP on Tuesday that the attorney general’s office has informed defense lawyers about indictments in Flint and told them to expect initial court appearances soon. They spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly.
The AP could not determine the nature of the charges against Snyder, former health department director Nick Lyon and others who were in his administration, including Rich Baird, a friend who was the governor’s key troubleshooter while in office.
|by Anonymous||replies 5||Last Thursday at 8:12 PM|
So many questions...
Which is rounder, the wheel or Chrissy's waist?
Will she have a heart attack trying to spin the wheel? Is she used to this much physical activity?
Will Pon be in the sidelines manning her snack purse? Did she bring an extra, extra large purse to fill it with "leftovers"?
Did craft services have to order triple the amount of food they normally do?
Enquiring minds want to know.
|by Anonymous||replies 14||Last Thursday at 7:59 PM|
This bitch makes Caribou Barbie look like an amateur…
|by This skank has got to go…||replies 21||Last Thursday at 7:50 PM|
Anderson Cooper reported inside sources saying Trump will likely pardon his children very soon, while he still can. However it is sourced that Donald Trump Jr. does not WANT a pardon and feels like he does not need one.
How many of the children want a pardon? Which children need one, and for what?
I would guess Ivanka and Jared need them, as they were White House staffers.
|by Anonymous||replies 26||Last Thursday at 7:40 PM|
Face shields, protests, and strippers!
|by Monster Full a Trash||replies 87||Last Thursday at 7:40 PM|
She won't. She really won't.
I read Stephanie Winston Wolkoff's book. Melania has zero interests besides going to the beauty salon, making sure her parents and sister don't have to work and catering to Barron and Donald. She didn't even want to campaign. After she plagiarised Michelle Obama's speech she was entirely unruffled. Her reaction was to use the public outcry to claim to be harassed by the liberal media and happily hang out in Trump Tower. Melania gives zero shits about how the media treats her. It doesn't bother her. Because she has her magazines and her glam squad. Nor does Donald's behaviour bother her. She actually believes that Men Will Be Men shit. She knows he behaves like an animal, but as that is who he is, why bother getting upset about him?
What would she do if she divorced him? She'll say goodbye to Mar A Lago and Trump Tower. She'll risk her parents' security. She'll say goodbye to the spa. She will risk Barron being treated by his father as Tiffany was, and at least Tiffany had enough basic intelligence to go to university - does Barron?
It won't happen, folks.
|by Anonymous||replies 47||Last Thursday at 7:35 PM|
So, so, so many. This one is fighting for top position.
I hate this little bitch.
|by Anonymous||replies 8||Last Thursday at 7:32 PM|
They aren't DL bred, are they?
Who are these people who display OCD about this or that celebrity though insane attention to the celebrity's nexus of social media, public relations, and occasional public appearances and professional work?
And half the time the "theme" of these freaks' stanning is they "hate" the celebrity. As with "Armie hate" Stans.
This is mental illness, isn't it?
|by Anonymous||replies 27||Last Thursday at 7:32 PM|
Shouldn't she be out there telling us what a beautiful job the prez is doing? Perfect calls? Very appropriate speeches?
|by Anonymous||replies 17||Last Thursday at 7:32 PM|
Hopefully there will be justice in the case of the deceased man.
|by RIP||replies 1||Last Thursday at 7:24 PM|
Jennifer Lopez to perform at the inauguration.
|by Anonymous||replies 55||Last Thursday at 7:18 PM|
RIP. He was a sister!
|by Anonymous||replies 5||Last Thursday at 7:15 PM|
Liking Sailor Moon and shit like that? It’s not masc, brah
|by Anonymous||replies 48||Last Thursday at 7:11 PM|
original thread just got paywalled
so we're now seeing the aftermath of psychotic Monique assaulting Candiace
|by Anonymous||replies 160||Last Thursday at 7:06 PM|
Keep talking about it here!
|by Anonymous||replies 213||Last Thursday at 7:05 PM|
Look at that tight little body filling out his clothes to perfection. And those hairy arms! I wish he had done some nude work, without trimming anything.
|by Anonymous||replies 16||Last Thursday at 7:00 PM|
If you've visited Pisa, you'll probably arrived by train, and after you've had been to one or several major cities.
This chuch is located midway beetween Pisa's train station and the area of the Duomo and Tower, and appears quite suddenly after walking narrow streets. Personally I thought is was gorgeous albeit LOL-worthy. It's like it is the Doumo of Milan but for little mice.
|by Anonymous||replies 1||Last Thursday at 6:51 PM|
WASHINGTON — On Dec. 8, someone made a simultaneous transfer of 28.15 bitcoins — worth more than $500,000 at the time — to 22 different virtual wallets, most of them belonging to prominent right-wing organizations and personalities.
Now cryptocurrency researchers believe they have identified who made the transfer, and suspect it was intended to bolster those far-right causes. U.S. law enforcement is investigating whether the donations were linked to the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol.
|by Anonymous||replies 14||Last Thursday at 6:41 PM|
Maybe he'll lose his virginity now?
|by Incella||replies 27||Last Thursday at 6:36 PM|
|by Anonymous||replies 24||Last Thursday at 6:35 PM|
God I love the Golden Girls. Dorothy with her deadpan look in this clip juuust kills me
|by Anonymous||replies 4||Last Thursday at 6:33 PM|
They are trying to get him back for at least one more Marvel project, but are pushing for a two film deal.
They are probably offering him big $$$, because he for sure wanted out of that deal for years.
|by Anonymous||replies 14||Last Thursday at 6:28 PM|
So I want to get a new life insurance policy. I have two but they're relatively small and I'd like to get another one so my blatino husbear would be taken care of if I were to be hit by a meteorite.
The friend who sold me the policies several years ago is no longer selling life insurance, and said that there are many legitimate life insurance companies where you can do the whole transaction online.
I'm interested only in "whole" life insurance, not "term" life insurance, which expires after a set number of years. I'm too old now (48) to bother with term life.
Have any of you bought life insurance online, and do you have any recommendations?
|by We're all going to die.||replies 10||Last Thursday at 6:28 PM|
Why does everyone look so old? Why do the men ALL look like perverts (I think it's the hair). And why don't they have Charo play guitar when she guest starred? Was the doctor an asshole? He looks like one. So many questions...
|by Anonymous||replies 262||Last Thursday at 6:20 PM|
Should these catch on? Who would look best in them?
|by Anonymous||replies 15||Last Thursday at 6:20 PM|
Part 66 was paywalled.
The new union faltered.
Fat Sock is married.
Aussie Open may be delayed.
What else can we have an intellectual discussion about while we wait? 2021 fake predictions?
|by Anonymous||replies 140||Last Thursday at 6:19 PM|
Can't wait until he's out of office
|by Anonymous||replies 4||Last Thursday at 6:17 PM|
Amazon's giving it the boot. Where will the deplorables go to air their grievances and plot their deplorable deeds?
|by Anonymous||replies 219||Last Thursday at 6:10 PM|
I need inspiration.
I'm vegetarian, so any veggie ideas would be great!
|by Anonymous||replies 41||Last Thursday at 6:09 PM|
Jamie Lee Curtis returns next October for what looks like a wonderfully gruesome trip back to Haddonfield. Let’s hope President Biden has America sufficiently vaccinated by then.
|by Anonymous||replies 21||Last Thursday at 6:06 PM|
TNR is calling on the resignation of Sheryl Sandberg.
|by Anonymous||replies 8||Last Thursday at 5:54 PM|
Define "worst" however you want.
I find "Lucy Goes to Scotland" almost unwatchable.
|by Anonymous||replies 203||Last Thursday at 5:51 PM|
No denying she's an amazing dramatic actress but I've never seen her in a comedy where she is funny and spontaneous.
Please tell me what I should watch for a Lange laugh-off...
Don't mention "Tootsie", she was the straight woman in that.
|by Anonymous||replies 46||Last Thursday at 5:50 PM|
She seemed like a real maga cunt. Her twitter feed is linked in the article.
|by Anonymous||replies 503||Last Thursday at 5:46 PM|
Supporters of President Donald Trump were seen harassing Sen. Mitt Romney Tuesday at the Salt Lake City International Airport in a video posted to Twitter that went viral.
In the nearly two minute video posted Tuesday evening, Romney is seen wearing a mask and typing on a laptop while sitting alone at the airport when he is approached by a Trump supporter, who calls him a “disgusting shame.”
The video was posted by the Twitter account Qtah — a mashup of QAnon and the state of Utah.
“Utah Patriots catch Rino (Republican In Name Only) Romney at Salt Lake City international airport! He thinks he’s above his constituents!!! Openly bashing @realDonaldTrump,” the tweet accompanying the video reads.
In the video, an off camera woman walks up to the senator, who asks her to put her mask on a couple times before the woman agrees, saying she will because she wants to “have a chat” with Romney.
|by Anonymous||replies 16||Last Thursday at 5:39 PM|
I'd watch it every day.
It had the best opening in all of TV!!
|by Anonymous||replies 4||Last Thursday at 5:38 PM|
May Adrian Leeds read you for filth in your tiny Paris walk up, and may all your Christmases be bright!
|by Anonymous||replies 59||Last Thursday at 5:34 PM|
|by that is all||replies 10||Last Thursday at 5:18 PM|
When I saw this video, I was so scared for this black officer. He was alone and facing an angry mob filled with White supremists.
He is now credited with singlehandedly defending the Senate from a mob of Trump supporters during last Wednesday' riots.
|by Anonymous||replies 14||Last Thursday at 5:13 PM|
Rep. Mikie Sherrill, during a live webcast Tuesday evening, said she witnessed some members of Congress leading people through the Capitol on Jan. 5 in what she termed a "reconnaissance for the next day" when insurrectionists took part in a deadly siege on the legislative branch.
During the Facebook Live, Sherrill (D-11, Montclair) addressed her constituents to explain why she voted for a resolution to ask Vice President Mike Pence to remove President Donald Trump from office by invoking the 25th Amendment. That measure passed late Tuesday 223-205, but Pence had notified House Speaker Nancy Pelosi earlier in the day that he would not comply with the request.
That makes it likely that the House will, for the second time, impeach Trump on Wednesday. Sherill said she intends to support an article of impeachment against Trump for "incitement of insurrection."
|by Anonymous||replies 92||Last Thursday at 5:09 PM|
So what about US citizens travelling overseas. We will likely have to show the same proof to other countries that we visit, but will we have to show a recent test when returning to the US?
|by Anonymous||replies 21||Last Thursday at 5:06 PM|
I think he was having a secret gay affair with the friend and became despondent about his feelings towards men. I tricked with a guy like Rey who was unbalanced to start with.
|by Anonymous||replies 285||Last Thursday at 5:06 PM|
Things that don't go together for most people, but are a must for you?
I love peanut butter on toast with a glass of orange juice. So good together! No jam, but I want the juice with it.
A friend MUST have ketchup with her pizza. She dips the pizza slice in the mound of ketchup. I don't do this with pizza but I have to have ketchup to dip with my grilled cheese.
Any weird things you like together?
|by Anonymous||replies 23||Last Thursday at 5:03 PM|
These people are crazy as fuck. I'd laugh if it weren't so terrifying.
|by Anonymous||replies 0||Last Thursday at 5:02 PM|
Fortunately, seven remain. Legend has it that unless at least six ravens stay in the Tower, it and the Kingdom will both fall.
Also, I was not aware that the collective noun for ravens is "unkindness".
|by Anonymous||replies 9||Last Thursday at 5:01 PM|
Seriously, it's the same fucking guy all the time, who is clearly selling some bullshit about dieting or working out.
I guess based on the Twitter post I'm not the only one.
|by Fat Whore||replies 13||Last Thursday at 5:00 PM|
I do. George.
|by Anonymous||replies 4||Last Thursday at 5:00 PM|
Where no topic is too mundane for discussion.
|by Anonymous||replies 600||Last Thursday at 4:13 PM|
Lily Tomlin as Susan Collins.
Edie McClurg as Karen Pence.
Uma Thurman as Melania Trump.
Jennifer Lawrence as Ivanka Trump.
Chrissy Metz as Meghan McCain
Matt Bomer as Hunter Biden
Joe Mantello as Lindsay Graham
|by Anonymous||replies 310||Last Thursday at 4:11 PM|
Please continue. Remember, spring is almost here.
|by Anonymous||replies 0||Last Thursday at 4:09 PM|
Instead, they can travel 70 miles from their recent $30 million lot purchase to visit with Daddy at Mar-A-Lago.
[italic]Santa keeps sending presents all through January this year. Glorious.[/italic]
|by Anonymous||replies 35||Last Thursday at 4:07 PM|
It’s back. Six episodes in and I am still in love.
|by Anonymous||replies 169||Last Thursday at 4:04 PM|
Cawthorn riled up a crowd of Trump supporters during a rally speech that preceded the attack on the Capitol
Several Democratic leaders in North Carolina are calling for an investigation into U.S. Congressman Madison Cawthorn claiming that he had a hand in inciting the violence that occurred during the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.
A letter sent on Saturday, Jan. 9, to U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, signed by N.C. District 11 leaders of the Democratic Party, lists examples they say are grounds for Rep. Cawthorn’s expulsion from Congress.
In the letter, Cawthorn’s strong language in his Twitter posts on the days leading up to Wednesday’s riots was cited as an example of his support and encouragement of the violence that ensued. The group also mentioned that Cawthorn had riled up the crowd of Trump supporters during a rally speech that preceded the attack on the Capitol by using violent language and referring to his colleagues as “cowards.”
Renee G Sun, January 10, 2021, 2:55 PM CST
Cawthorn riled up a crowd of Trump supporters during a rally speech that preceded the attack on the Capitol
Several Democratic leaders in North Carolina are calling for an investigation into U.S. Congressman Madison Cawthorn claiming that he had a hand in inciting the violence that occurred during the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.
A letter sent on Saturday, Jan. 9, to U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, signed by N.C. District 11 leaders of the Democratic Party, lists examples they say are grounds for Rep. Cawthorn’s expulsion from Congress.
Read More: Man who posed at Pelosi’s desk arrested, says he’s ready for violent death
In the letter, Cawthorn’s strong language in his Twitter posts on the days leading up to Wednesday’s riots was cited as an example of his support and encouragement of the violence that ensued. The group also mentioned that Cawthorn had riled up the crowd of Trump supporters during a rally speech that preceded the attack on the Capitol by using violent language and referring to his colleagues as “cowards.”
Strengthening the group’s claim that Cawthorn played a part in the Jan. 6 mayhem, they referred to a tweet the congressman posted that invited the mob inside Capitol building.
“𝐈’𝐦 𝐟𝐢𝐠𝐡𝐭𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐚 𝐛𝐚𝐭𝐭𝐥𝐞 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐂𝐨𝐧𝐬𝐭𝐢𝐭𝐮𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧 𝐨𝐧 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐇𝐨𝐮𝐬𝐞 𝐟𝐥𝐨𝐨𝐫 𝐰𝐢𝐭𝐡 𝐨𝐭𝐡𝐞𝐫 𝐩𝐚𝐭𝐫𝐢𝐨𝐭𝐬. 𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐛𝐚𝐭𝐭𝐥𝐞 𝐢𝐬 𝐨𝐧 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐇𝐨𝐮𝐬𝐞 𝐟𝐥𝐨𝐨𝐫, 𝐧𝐨𝐭 𝐢𝐧 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐬𝐭𝐫𝐞𝐞𝐭𝐬 𝐨𝐟 𝐃.𝐂.,” Cawthorn wrote in a Jan. 6 tweet.
“Since January 6, in spite of the above, he has repeatedly denied any culpability in the resulting mob action of illegally breaching the Security of the Capitol Building, of illegally taking over the US Senate and House of Representatives chambers, of the disruption of Congress’s carrying out its official Constitutional duties, of destruction of federal property, and of inciting mob action resulting in the deaths of five people,” the group wrote in the letter to Pelosi.
They implored her to hold Cawthorn accountable for his seditious behavior and for the consequences resulting from his behavior.
Although Cawthorn denies inciting the crowd to violence, his tweets speak for themselves.
Following President Trump’s playbook to lie without compunction, Cawthorn baselessly accused Georgia-born senator-elect Reverend Raphael Warnock of “disguising himself” as a southern pastor to win votes, according to Newsweek.
Additionally, Cawthorn echoed Trump’s complaint that Warnock is a “radical’s radical,” and questioned how Warnock can “say he’s a pastor” while being “all about abortion.”
What do we think, DL? Is he complicit in the attack?
|by Anonymous||replies 100||Last Thursday at 3:58 PM|
Were they considered a good group? I’ve been checking out some of their videos and concerts on YouTube...they didn’t suck and in some ways better than their US counterparts. I like their gay sound. Their manager is gay, right? Because in some of their videos they look like they are attending a Sunday tea dance...and surprisingly, all of them are heterosexuals too. Married and with kids.
What say DLers?
|by Anonymous||replies 251||Last Thursday at 3:54 PM|
THE FBI has released a photo of a suspect that they want in connection to the murder of Capitol officer Brian Sicknick.
Senator Bill Cassidy posted on Twitter a photo of an older bearded man wearing a blue knit cap with the letters "CFD."
The rest of the story is at the link.
|by Anonymous||replies 91||Last Thursday at 3:45 PM|
There is something very off about this dude. I don't know. He obviously has very libertarian leanings, which, okay. But remember that whole episode with those trapped kids in the cave in Thailand and how he got into a Twitter war with one of the rescuers and the first thing he reached for was to call him a pedo? That was weird, right? Well, turns out calling someone a pedo is a QAnon hallmark. I could easily see this guy being a Trump supporter.
And what the fuck is going on with SpaceX? That just has all the hallmarks of a psy op. What is that company really up to?
Red flags all over the place with this guy.
|by Anonymous||replies 37||Last Thursday at 3:41 PM|
Awww, poor old corrupt pig. His Generals didn't come through for him.
|by Anonymous||replies 13||Last Thursday at 3:32 PM|
Who is the most evil to you?
|by Anonymous||replies 4||Last Thursday at 3:24 PM|
Here is Tiffany, living it up high on the hog in Florida!
|by Anonymous||replies 45||Last Thursday at 3:21 PM|
Why should he pay for something he didn't get (election overturned)
|by Anonymous||replies 3||Last Thursday at 3:19 PM|
Peter Navarro: “The Democratic Party did violence to this country by attacking a president who I believe was legally elected on November 3,” “74 million Americans out there” are “pissed off” like him.
Maria Bartiromo: “We know that there were irregularities in this election.”
|by Anonymous||replies 18||Last Thursday at 3:18 PM|
Maybe I'm just overly emotional today. What do you think?
[bold]ALERT: for animal/dog lovers only....aggressives not welcome to post[/bold]
(runs for 53 seconds)
|by Anonymous||replies 47||Last Thursday at 3:18 PM|
I'm in Houston and it will get down to 42.
|by Anonymous||replies 3||Last Thursday at 3:09 PM|
Let's continue the discussion and the lusting.
|by Anonymous||replies 166||Last Thursday at 3:08 PM|
They're truly deplorable
|by Anonymous||replies 172||Last Thursday at 3:08 PM|
Another person has died trying to take a selfie — this time by a person doing the exact same thing.
The tragic accident occurred near Kanakunda in Odisha, India, on January 3 when the woman, identified as Nirupama Prajapati, was trying to take a photo of herself near fast-flowing rapids on the river Ib.
The horrific video, shot by her friends, shows Prajapati had stood precariously on the edge of the turbulent waters as she attempted to capture a perfect shot.
But right behind her, a man clambered over the rocks trying to do the same — but lost his footing and slipped, knocking into her.
Prajapati's screams could be heard even above the roaring water as she teetered in; she managed to hold on for a moment before slipping beneath the gushing foam.
According to India Today, the fire department and her family searched the water for 22 hours until they eventually found her body in a stone crevice, almost 500 yards from where she fell in.
Selfie deaths are becoming an all-to-common phenomenon: just last month a mother-of-two was killed at a famous Australian beauty spot having ignored warning signs and climbing over a safety barrier, before slipping and falling over the 260ft cliff.
The website linked contains a link to the actual video.
|by Anonymous||replies 7||Last Thursday at 3:05 PM|
Jayne Wrightsman in Balenciaga
|by Anonymous||replies 78||Last Thursday at 3:01 PM|
RIP, too sad to say 'Dead to me'.
|by Anonymous||replies 15||Last Thursday at 2:59 PM|
Yellow mealworm finger foods, smoothies, biscuits, pasta and burgers could soon be mass produced across Europe after the insect became the first to be found safe for human consumption by the EU food safety agency.
The delicacies may not be advisable for everyone, however. Those with prawn and dustmite allergies are likely to suffer a reaction to the Tenebrio molitor larvae, whether eaten in powder form as part of a recipe or as a crunchy snack, perhaps dipped in chocolate.
The conclusion of scientists at the EU food safety agency, following an application by the French insect-for-food production company, Agronutris, is expected to lead to EU-wide approval within months of yellow mealworm as a product fit for supermarket shelves and kitchen pantries across the continent.
|by Anonymous||replies 3||Last Thursday at 2:55 PM|
Their name is Koffie. They still have the photo up although they've been getting blowback. Apparently this is a place (I've never patronized it) that flouts pandemic rules and so on and so forth. Nice how they put up a photo of Lincoln as if to counteract their not-so-subtle racism.
|by Anonymous||replies 35||Last Thursday at 2:53 PM|
Link to previous thread with screenshots follows.
|by Anonymous||replies 592||Last Thursday at 2:52 PM|
WTF is this?
|by Anonymous||replies 90||Last Thursday at 2:52 PM|
Saw this picture of the baroness the other day and read her very interesting Wikipedia article. She sounds like a perfect DL subject. Knew all the great artists of the time, slept with many, wrote poetry, was an artist herself. Of course, I'm mostly interested in knowing how Trump can be brought into a thread about her.
|by Anonymous||replies 5||Last Thursday at 2:35 PM|
Where are they putting the stripper pole?
|by Anonymous||replies 13||Last Thursday at 2:34 PM|
At the risk of starting one too many threads on old-time artists - I've been fascinated by this fellow and would like to know more about him. I'm pretty certain he was gay, by the look of some of these photographs. He wrote a "Manifesto of Nakedness", something to do with the theater. I think he's quite striking.
|by Anonymous||replies 10||Last Thursday at 2:13 PM|
Getting old sucks.
|by Anonymous||replies 6||Last Thursday at 2:12 PM|
Kyle Rittenhouse flashed hate symbols, posed with Proud Boys in a Wisconsin bar, prosecutors say
Jan. 14, 2021 at 1:45 a.m. PST Add to list
Shortly after pleading not guilty to murder and weapons charges earlier this month, Kyle Rittenhouse showed up at a bar in Mount Pleasant, Wis., clad in a T-shirt that said “Free as F---,” prosecutors said. Then the 18-year-old allegedly drank three beers, posed for photos with members of Proud Boys and flashed a “white power” hand sign.
The excursion raised red flags for prosecutors handling the state’s case against Rittenhouse, who is charged with fatally shooting two men and wounding a third during an August protest following the police shooting of a Black man in Kenosha, Wis.
On Wednesday, the Kenosha County District Attorney’s Office asked a judge to forbid Rittenhouse from drinking alcohol, using “white supremacist” signs and spending time with members of the Proud Boys, a male-chauvinist group with ties to white nationalism.
“The defendant’s continued association with members of a group that prides itself on violence, and the use of their symbols, raises the significant possibility of future harm,” prosecutors said in a motion.
|by Anonymous||replies 2||Last Thursday at 2:06 PM|
Ms. Fatto was an English teacher in my high school. Since she was actually fat, we called her Ms. Fattass.
|by Ms Fattarse for you Brits||replies 119||Last Thursday at 2:06 PM|
That was nice. Pre-9/11, Pre-Facebook, Pre-Smartphone. Just you, in your body, in your own mind, doing the things you needed to do for the day. I think back to those days, the way it felt and it seems so far away.
|by Anonymous||replies 86||Last Thursday at 2:03 PM|
The Proud Boys hate gays and would kill us if they could get away with it.
428,522 have signed so far.
|by Anonymous||replies 12||Last Thursday at 1:49 PM|
Obviously plastic surgery for his upcoming superbowl appearance....common knowledge,,,,,why he lyin like a rug?
|by dr 90210||replies 30||Last Thursday at 1:45 PM|
I’m here to tell you about the Secret Constitution that has been kept at an undisclosed location for over 200 years. It was written to stop the Democrats from stealing elections.
The Republicans are planning to put it into effect on January 6 to keep Trump, the rightful President, in office until the end of time!
I bet you didn’t know about this, did you? The mainstream media refuses to report on it!
|by Anonymous||replies 22||Last Thursday at 1:30 PM|
Do we need one? Y/y? Previous thread below.
|by Anonymous||replies 62||Last Thursday at 1:26 PM|
From Netflix: "Pieces of a Woman" is a great film. Vanessa leaves Princess Margaret back in the UK to play a Boston woman who loses her baby and the family blames the midwife. Ellen Burstyn is as always terrific as the heartbroken mother.
|by Anonymous||replies 2||Last Thursday at 1:23 PM|
Somewhere, a tiger gently weeps.
|by Anonymous||replies 32||Last Thursday at 1:17 PM|
I'm aware that since the new episodes ended due to COVID that the BBC has been showing behind-the-scenes episodes with some of the show's actors.
Britbox US does not have the license to show them. For those of you in the UK, how are the current episodes ?
Can't wait for "Season Two" to start up in the fall. What are your predictions?
|by Anonymous||replies 214||Last Thursday at 1:17 PM|
Oh, but it gets worse... Two words: SUNNY D.
|by Anonymous||replies 17||Last Thursday at 1:12 PM|
"always felt queer.".
This I can believe.
[quote]In a new interview with British Vogue, Swinton, 60, said that her definition of queer was not confined to gender or sexuality, but for her, “to do with sensibility.” “I always felt I was queer – I was just looking for my queer circus, and I found it,” she told the mag, adding, “And having found it, it’s my world.” Citing directors she has worked with, Swinton continued, “Now I have a family with Wes Anderson, I have a family with Bong Joon-ho, I have a family with Jim Jarmusch, I have a family with Luca Guadagnino, with Lynne Ramsay, with Joanna Hogg.”
|by Anonymous||replies 42||Last Thursday at 1:08 PM|
I don't think she gets enough credit or is in the spotlight enough for her A level cuntery.
|by Anonymous||replies 175||Last Thursday at 12:42 PM|
When are you ready to go?
|by Anonymous||replies 2||Last Thursday at 12:39 PM|
Let Freedom Ring Already! I am going to dress up in red, white and blue and sing patriotic songs! I can't wait. I miss all that. All the good stuff about America. The freedom to do what you want. I miss when America was somewhat functional. When it wasn't attacking itself. When it was correcting the wrongs and was progressing onward and forward. We had big plans for the environment, transportation, infrastructure, employment, healthcare and the criminal justice system and I think we can get back to that path. But for now, I am looking forward to a bit of patriotic celebration, even if it is in quarantine.
|by Anonymous||replies 26||Last Thursday at 12:25 PM|
I guess he’s a Trumper too
|by Anonymous||replies 34||Last Thursday at 12:15 PM|
For me is clear that Henry (we all know which one) has born to play that role.
I mean some say Tom Hiddleston (who has always looks kind of gross and raped to me I don’t know why) or Tom Hardy, who bored me as fuck and apparently is a crazy asshole. There are lots of other names in this article but I would be surprised if they don’t cast one of this three.
What are your guesses girl? Discuss!
|by Anonymous||replies 530||Last Thursday at 12:07 PM|
Used them for one day and got a rash! WTF?
And of course some cute, young otter on Scruff hits me up to eat my hole.
I haven't even logged into Scruff for 2 weeks!
|by Lamenting...||replies 9||Last Thursday at 12:00 PM|
You bitches know you are excited about this!
Patrick Dempsey confirms he is returning.
|by Anonymous||replies 4||Last Thursday at 11:53 AM|
Kinda hinky timing...
Harold N. Bornstein, Trump’s Former Personal Physician, Dies at 73
|by Anonymous||replies 22||Last Thursday at 11:40 AM|
This series has to be at least 60 years old and it's scary as hell. The Twilight Zone doesn't spook me the same way. Last night, I saw "The Open Window" -- 'Stella, you're such a pretty nurse!' I had to sleep with the lights on. The shows are one-half hour long and pack a mighty punch. Are they available to you? Do you have a favorite?
|by Scaredy Cat||replies 366||Last Thursday at 11:36 AM|
If I have to hear that fucking Alicia Keys Amazon commercial one more time...
|by Anonymous||replies 267||Last Thursday at 11:12 AM|
Mark Wahlberg’s Daughter Grace Margaret Wahlberg Turns 11 Years Old
|by Anonymous||replies 12||Last Thursday at 11:06 AM|
Who is she?!
|by Anonymous||replies 1||Last Thursday at 10:46 AM|
GOP'ers starting to support the 25th
|by Anonymous||replies 61||Last Thursday at 10:45 AM|
She just keeps winning.
Leslie Buckingshit who?
|by Anonymous||replies 117||Last Thursday at 10:41 AM|
Impeaching Trump after he leaves office will allow Congress to ban him from running again, but will require 2/3rds of the Senate to convict him first
Section 3 of the 14th Amendment bans persons who have sworn an oath to the Constitution and then engaged in insurrection from holding federal office. The statute to implement Section 3 is no longer in effect, but Congress could adopt new procedures.
The procedures could require a simple majority for Congress to determine that the section applies.
Thus they could ban Trump from running for a second term without needing 2/3rds of the Senate.
|by Anonymous||replies 10||Last Thursday at 10:41 AM|
Last thread got locked again.
|by Anonymous||replies 126||Last Thursday at 10:31 AM|
3 of the last 4 years have had the highest trade deficit in U.S. history. I think he has an agreement with XI. He would help them fleece America in exchange for patents, business deals and campaign help, and god knows what else.
I also think he had arrangements with the Saudis as well as other nation's leaders.
|by Anonymous||replies 10||Last Thursday at 10:21 AM|
I have lived about three hours away from the Salton Sea for like 20 years. But yet I have never been there. The closest I’ve been is Palm Springs. People tell me don’t bother wasting my time going there. It’s smelly and dirty and weird people hang out there. But it seems fascinating to me for some reason. I’ve been stuck at home for over nine months now and I need to take a short road trip. Maybe stay overnight in Palm Springs and check out the sea the next day. I also wouldn’t mind checking out Idyllwild since I’m going to be out that way.
Has anyone been to the Salton Sea? What about Idyllwild? Any info or insight would be helpful. Thank you.
|by Anonymous||replies 51||Last Thursday at 10:11 AM|
The hippy storyline is still one of my favorites. Hippy Granny cracks me up every time.
|by Anonymous||replies 38||Last Thursday at 10:10 AM|
Do you think the MAGAs will do some insane shit between Jan. 17-20? Oh and they’ll blame it on Antifa! Also, that Trump will declare martial law, suspend the constitution and overthrow the government to create an American Dictatorship? Well?
|by Anonymous||replies 36||Last Thursday at 10:09 AM|
Election week is the most CNN I have watched since 2014.
My top 5:
1. Dr Sanjay Gupta
2. Boris Sanchez
3. Jake Tapper
4. Chris Cuomo
5. Don Lemon
Honorable mention to thicc John King
|by Australian||replies 22||Last Thursday at 10:05 AM|
|by Anonymous||replies 72||Last Thursday at 9:49 AM|
Does anyone else think that these two have been strung along and manipulated by the white house since the first days of this presidency? Both of them seem like smart people but I just have this sinking feeling that most of what they have reported of the last 4 years has been largely palace intrigue and borderlines on entertainment reporting along the lines of Hollywood gossip.
Far too many times their articles have served to distract from other, far more serious maneuvers behind the scenes. I don't necessarily blame them because even skeptical, educated people have managed to fall under the president's spell. I just think that they were too close to their subject, and media at large needs to rethink its approach to the president going forward.
|by Anonymous||replies 17||Last Thursday at 9:48 AM|
What was on her iPod?
|by we love you bai ling please get up||replies 48||Last Thursday at 9:46 AM|
Pic of Gifford on the right with his husband below. Obama's ambassador to Denmark, apparently Gifford is something of a celebrity on the diplomatic circuit.
What does the Chief of Protocol at State do?
[quote]The chief of protocol oversees not only State Department functions but also Blair House, the presidential guest house across from the White House. He or she routinely travels with the president, ensuring all formalities are arranged with foreign governments.
[quote]The chief's hand also is usually the first shaken by a dignitary upon arriving in the United States. Gifford will also act as a liaison between the foreign diplomatic corps in Washington and the Biden administration.
|by Anonymous||replies 38||Last Thursday at 9:42 AM|
REPUBLICAN ATTORNEYS GENERAL DARK MONEY GROUP ORGANIZED PROTEST PRECEDING CAPITOL MOB ATTACK POSTED ON JANUARY 7, 2021 By Jamie Corey
The Rule of Law Defense Fund (RLDF), a 501(c)(4) arm of the Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA), helped organize the protest preceding the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol that took place on January 6, 2021.
As a 501(c)(4), RLDF is not required to reveal its donors. RLDF has received at least $175,000 from the Koch-backed Freedom Partners. Other RLDF donors include Judicial Crisis Network, the Rule of Law Project, and the Edison Electric Institute.
RAGA is a 527 political organization that helps elect Republican attorneys general and can accept unlimited contributions from wealthy individuals and corporations. As previously reported by Documented, RAGA received significant funding from numerous corporations in 2020, including Koch Industries ($375k), Comcast Corporation ($200k), Walmart ($140k), Home Depot ($125k), Amazon ($100k), TikTok ($75k), 1-800 Contacts ($51k), Chevron ($50k), The National Rifle Association ($50k), Monsanto ($50k), Facebook ($50k), Fox Corporation ($50k), Uber ($50k), Coca Cola ($50k), Exxon ($50k), and Google ($25k).
RLDF appeared in a list of groups “Participating in the March to Save America” alongside entities including Stop the Steal, Turning Point Action, Tea Party Patriots and others.
RLDF also sent out a robocall detailing where and when the protest would take place.
|by Anonymous||replies 15||Last Thursday at 9:34 AM|
They each won an Emmy for playing their iconic characters but the only Golden Girl who won was hammy old Estelle!
The others were nominatedultiple times but were always beaten. Rue wasn't even nominated for her terrific work on season 4!
Why do we feel the girls were continously snubbed for a Globe?
|by Stan's hairy gearstick||replies 2||Last Thursday at 9:16 AM|
People who broke into the Capitol Wednesday are now learning they are on No-Fly lists pending the full investigation. They are not happy about this.
Do you support this move?
|by Anonymous||replies 71||Last Thursday at 9:13 AM|
Their entire database was hacked and uploaded to the web. Posts, DMs, photos and videos, and if you’re a verified user, photo of the I’d you had to provide to be verified. Even things that have been deleted.
|by Anonymous||replies 54||Last Thursday at 9:09 AM|
And why is he so damn FINE!?
|by Anonymous||replies 218||Last Thursday at 8:53 AM|
There's a fat chick baker who is a FABULOUS baker so don't give me any shit about how fat she is or how she ties her aprons. I know, okay? I'm not blind and I don't care what she looks like - she's fucking great.
Anyway, fat baker chick's name is Erin McDowell. She wrote "The Book on Pie" which is a really good book if you want to know how to bake pies. She's on a video channel/site called Food52. She plays a clip of this song - heavy on the horns - as her theme and it's trapped in my head. The same fucking clip of that song, over and over and over.
This earworm is going to kill me BEFORE I GET TO WATCH T**** LEAVE IN SHAME AND DISGRACE.
Someone must know what it's called. What is that fucking song?
Hep me hep me hep me please.
|by Earworm tragedy in the making...||replies 19||Last Thursday at 8:50 AM|
British datalounger here who is increasingly interested in US politics and would appreciate the downlow,speculation and gossip on this topic please!
|by Anonymous||replies 64||Last Thursday at 8:35 AM|
Gay, married, talented and handsome.
Why isn't he a DL fav???
|by Anonymous||replies 211||Last Thursday at 8:24 AM|
Emma Stone is going to be a mom!
After months of rumors that she is pregnant, the 32-year-old Oscar-winning actress was spotted cradling her baby bump while on a walk with a friend.
In new photos taken on December 30 and obtained by The Daily Mail, Emma was spotted catching some fresh air in Los Angeles.
This will be the first child for Emma and her husband Dave McCary. Their marriage was first confirmed back in September after lots of rumors that they secretly tied the knot last year.
Emma recently dropped out of a high-profile movie because of scheduling reasons and it’s likely that she is going to take some time off to be a mom in the new year.
|by Anonymous||replies 24||Last Thursday at 8:12 AM|
I am preparing for an eventful and [bold]irrevocable[/bold] week.
|by Nance, ever so delicately dabbing her nipples with parfum||replies 11||Last Thursday at 8:10 AM|
Why did her legacy go down the shitter? The bitch is practically forgotten
|by Anonymous||replies 67||Last Thursday at 8:10 AM|
Nathan Nickerson was pictured wearing a black sweatshirt with the words "CIVIL WAR" on it.
First he joked, the riot "was kinda of fun" during an interview on the Howie Carr Show. Then the backlash came and he desperately backtracked to save his business.
|by Anonymous||replies 67||Last Thursday at 8:06 AM|
|by Anonymous||replies 4||Last Thursday at 7:59 AM|
This is illegal? why? nobody was harmed
|by Anonymous||replies 54||Last Thursday at 7:48 AM|
Why not? Intimidated by Trump? Mere spite? Simple lack of a support staff and the English language skills they would entail?
I'd link to the article but DL won't link to CNN.
|by Anonymous||replies 15||Last Thursday at 7:41 AM|
Reese Witherspoon’s Son Tennessee James Toth Is Growing Up Way Too Fast
|by Anonymous||replies 30||Last Thursday at 7:29 AM|
I had a few boyfriends that at first glance were gorgeous but then would make certain faces that weren’t pretty
|by Anonymous||replies 14||Last Thursday at 7:28 AM|
Brought to you by rising media star, the handsome 6'1 26 year old Omar Jimenez!
|by Anonymous||replies 353||Last Thursday at 7:15 AM|
Are his parents Gollum from LOTR and Jenna Jameson? Fucking GROSS! His boyfriend is also a child molester, and get a look at his IMDB page. I’ve never seen someone so hideous run up their own asshole having accomplished, nothing. It’s obvious he created the entire page himself. What a LONG bio for someone who is as relevant as Zach Shire at Str8UpGayPorn (someone as equally nasty)
|by Anonymous||replies 111||Last Thursday at 7:01 AM|
And was caught with over 1000 rounds of ammo even though he's a felon
|by Anonymous||replies 15||Last Thursday at 6:47 AM|
“Anybody who knows my ex-wife, I was not the first bisexual man that she was involved with okay? [laughs]. The guy that she was engaged with before she met me was a bisexual man,” he said. “He came out shortly after she got married as gay so I’m not the first bisexual man that she was involved with.”
Plus Star also dated Luther Vandross
|by Anonymous||replies 3||Last Thursday at 6:47 AM|
What titillating moments will be happening?
|by Spirit of Sam Houston||replies 19||Last Thursday at 6:43 AM|
What are your thoughts on “Pick Me” gays? If you don’t know what a “Pick Me” gay is, he’s pretty much a gay guy who talks shit about feminine gays, drag queens, pride parades, etc., and tries to seek approval from straight men like, “Look at me! I don’t act like those gays! I’m just like you! I’m normal!”.
|by Anonymous||replies 4||Last Thursday at 6:36 AM|
Are YOU buying them?
|by Anonymous||replies 2||Last Thursday at 6:25 AM|
Rob Lowe Claims That His Neighbor Prince Harry Now Has A ‘Ponytail’
|by Anonymous||replies 5||Last Thursday at 6:13 AM|
Too bad Gary Morton isn't around to talk her out of this
|by Anonymous||replies 106||Last Thursday at 6:02 AM|
Right now we're at the planning stage, but we thought it was essential to ask DLers what shows and what kind of programming in general they would like to see. Unlike other gay-themed networks, our aim is to accurately reflect the tastes and the lifestyles of our viewers.
So let US know what YOU would like to see on Datalounge Plus!
|by Anonymous||replies 207||Last Thursday at 6:00 AM|
In the new movie called THE WHALE
According to Variety, The Whale focuses on a 600-pound middle-aged man named Charlie (played by Brendan Fraser), living on the outskirts of Mormon Country in Idaho, and his attempts to reconnect with his 17-year-old daughter.
So why would they cast Brendan Fraser as a 600 pound man?
|by Anonymous||replies 10||Last Thursday at 5:56 AM|
A working class lady, perhaps not speaking the Queen's English, but has some very smart things to say.
|by Anonymous||replies 89||Last Thursday at 5:47 AM|
I doubt this is really about "political satire," as the guy who made it claims.
|by Anonymous||replies 13||Last Thursday at 5:45 AM|
Not my fault I have a big juicy ass, wtf do they want me to do about it?
|by Anonymous||replies 25||Last Thursday at 5:28 AM|
This made me so sad. She really was so impressive in that film. Should have gotten at least a nomination.
|by Anonymous||replies 20||Last Thursday at 5:20 AM|
ITS NOT EVEN A HOLIDAY BUT EVEN IF IT WAS WALMART SHOULD BE OPEN
|by Anonymous||replies 25||Last Thursday at 5:09 AM|
Quack doctor who said Trump would be the healthiest president ever has died.
|by Anonymous||replies 8||Last Thursday at 5:06 AM|
Should the Ten Republicans that voted to impeach go unchallenged by Democrats in 2022?
|by Anonymous||replies 5||Last Thursday at 4:49 AM|
Here’s Why Neither Princess Anne Nor Prince Charles Are ‘Crown’ Worthy
|by Anonymous||replies 0||Last Thursday at 4:34 AM|
The Royal Family Suggest Homeschooling Ideas
|by Anonymous||replies 2||Last Thursday at 4:29 AM|
[bold]Excellent opinion piece by Thomas L. Friedman.[/bold]
When all the facts come out about the treasonous attack on the US Capitol inspired by President Donald Trump, impeaching him three times won't feel sufficient. Consider this Washington Post headline from Monday: "Video Shows Capitol Mob Dragging Police Officer Down Stairs. One Rioter Beat the Officer With a Pole Flying the US Flag."
That said, while I want Trump out — and I don't mind him being silenced at such a tense time — I'm not sure I want him permanently off Twitter and Facebook. There's important work that I need Trump to perform in his post-presidency, and I need him to have proper megaphones to do it. It's to blow apart this Republican Party.
My No.1 wish for America today is for this Republican Party to fracture, splitting off the principled Republicans from the unprincipled Republicans and Trump cultists.
|by Anonymous||replies 13||Last Thursday at 4:27 AM|
But I did with these two.
I know, I'm horrible. But I can't help myself. LOL
|by Anonymous||replies 37||Last Thursday at 4:21 AM|
Who could have seen that coming?
|by Anonymous||replies 29||Last Thursday at 4:16 AM|
Maybe it's changing now but my brother's wife was Trump's bitch. I hardly know her parents and vice versa, so I didn't understand why they sat me down to justify their vote. "We've never voted for a Republican before." My brother and sister thought Trump was a good idea at first but now recognize what an asshole he is. My problem is tolerance. I snapped at my sister-in-law and it created a rift. I went to their son's "maskless" outdoor wedding and was snubbed. Meanwhile, my bother, his wife, and my sister all got COVID and sis-in-law almost died. Things are still frosty between us.
|by Anonymous||replies 24||Last Thursday at 4:02 AM|
What he has in common with Giuliani.
Somebody, open a window!
|by Anonymous||replies 15||Last Thursday at 3:42 AM|
She got on top of me and started flicking my nipples. That got me hard fast. Then she rubbed her greasy twat on my hard dick and in it went! She squealed when I splooged all up in there. All my pent up angst and frustration was finally released!
|by Anonymous||replies 3||Last Thursday at 3:39 AM|
What is up with celebs doing this now???
|by Anonymous||replies 30||Last Thursday at 3:38 AM|
Qunnipiac has Trump at 33% approval, about the size of his trash base who believes anything.
Boris is using Republican-biased pollsters like Gallup and Rasmussen, who only survey people with landline telephones, who are conservative Olds.
When you include normal people who use the internet and smart phones only, the picture becomes much more disastrous for the suicidal Republicans.
|by Anonymous||replies 21||Last Thursday at 3:36 AM|
...the only response I want to hear is “How deep, Daddy?” Don’t give me any goddamn lip.
|by Anonymous||replies 3||Last Thursday at 3:31 AM|
He said "I know you're a libidinous guy, but I'm not feeling well."
I told him that he had humiliated me for the last time. He has rejected me several times, but to slut shame me in this manner is beyond the pale. I said I'm sorry you have the shriveled up testicles of a recently deceased nursing home patient and the sex drive to match, but I will not tolerate this treatment. We are finished. I told him that he never had what it took to satisfy me, so he has some nerve talking to me like that. Then I ate an entire Duncan Hines Fudge Marble Cake.
|by Anonymous||replies 21||Last Thursday at 3:28 AM|
I never realized how cute wombats are!
Can one of you bitches ship me one?
I am poor now so you will need to pay for transport. And the wombat.
Find out for me what they eat and if they can survive outside in the cold when I become homeless.
Thank you. I owe you one.
|by Anonymous||replies 10||Last Thursday at 3:18 AM|
We'll be battling the Trump disease for years.
|by Anonymous||replies 25||Last Thursday at 3:16 AM|
I'm the exchange of icy barbs over whether to set the Arabia Ruska stoneware or the faïence de Gien that Susan shipped to NY from Paris, where she spent healing time in the puces after her heroic service in Sarajevo. Or whether to set the table at all! Stack the plates and self serve.
|by Anonymous||replies 27||Last Thursday at 3:06 AM|
Liz Cheney, the #3 House Republican, also calling for impeachment.
Shitler’s in real trouble this time as Republicans scramble to save their party.
It’s a pity Muriel doesn’t allow CNN links.
|by Anonymous||replies 30||Last Thursday at 3:05 AM|
Any cryptocurrency like Bitcoin or Ethereum. The Deplorables are going to have armed protests on January 17th in all 50 states and it doesn’t seem like it’ll end well. The US Dollar will be destabilized by these uprisings. Protect your money.
|by Anonymous||replies 33||Last Thursday at 2:58 AM|
Tho Cate Blanchett was great, giving her a 3rd Oscar is IMO too much. Ronan should have won.
|by Anonymous||replies 4||Last Thursday at 2:45 AM|
Known as the "womb raider", Lisa Montgomery strangled a pregnant woman and cut her baby from her womb.
And sadly this execution will do absolutely nothing to curb crime in this country.
|by Anonymous||replies 61||Last Thursday at 2:35 AM|
After he was shuffled from foster home to foster home following his mum’s death.
Not even a global viral pandemic or a house fire could stop these gay dads from becoming new parents as they adopted a 17-year-old who spent five years in the foster care system after his mother passed away.
Chad and Paul Beanblossom of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, adopted their son Michael, who they had fostered since 2019, over a Zoom call.
As court proceedings juddered to a sudden halt amid the coronavirus pandemic, 80 people – from friends to family to adoption experts – all joined the Beanblossoms on Zoom to witness the moving moment the adoption was formalised.
“The judge mentioned it was the largest Zoom adoption she had done to date,” Chad told Good Morning America on Tuesday (May 18).
The Beanblossoms have been married for five years, have three biological children and are also grandparents. They’ve fostered a few children before meeting Michael, who entered the system after his mother passed away, and now can’t imagine life without him.
Beaning with pride, the parents told GMA how they’d taken in Michael after he had bounced across nine different foster homes over a span of five years.
“When Mike came to us, he was labelled a higher risk because he had ran [away] before,” Chad explained.
“But we’ve never saw that kid. He just kind of came in and took over our hearts.
He’s taught us just as much, if not more, than we have him. Our whole world revolves around Michael. “We wanted the same thing that he did,” Chad said, speaking of how Michael himself requested he be formally adopted by the Beanblossoms. “It’s really hard to imagine our life without him.”
Allyson Sayne, a family services worker at the Tennessee Department of Children Services, also gave some background showing just how momentous the adoption process has been for the family.
“Paul and Chad Beanblossom have been great at advocating for Michael and giving him opportunities that he may have not gotten otherwise,” Sayne told the talk show.
“This family had to undergo a tragedy of a house fire a month before Michael’s adoption, but they focused on the fact that they had each other and didn’t let it affect Michael’s adoption.”
And with that, our faith in humanity has been renewed for at least another season.
|by Anonymous||replies 488||Last Thursday at 2:33 AM|
He’s to sexy to be single and apparently still is. I’ve never really seen a female on his IG feed, in stories or pics. He always takes pics of his dogs and there is always a male normally taking his videos. Anyone know his story?
|by Anonymous||replies 327||Last Thursday at 2:12 AM|
Hundreds of doctors have come forth since 2015 warning the American people that Donald Trump is a sociopath, a malignant narcissist and a megalomaniac in the throes of tertiary stage syphilis, frontotemporal dementia and cognitive decline, even as Boris assures us it's all just an "armchair diagnosis." Even Trump's niece and licensed psychologist Mary Trump says it's true and she cites the hereditary sociopathic behavior of Donald's father Fred.
As much as the Trump campaign and Joe Rogan try to paint Joe Biden as "Sleepy" and suffering from dementia, the labels only draw more attention to the President's own mental illnesses, which are equal to and greater than anything Joe Biden has.
So which Trump nickname deserves the spot at number 5150?
|by Anonymous||replies 100||Last Thursday at 1:22 AM|
These redneck morons have no purpose in life now or pride in themselves. They’re not very smart and need to be pushing paper, moving shovels or serving meals to keep them distracted. I blame corporate America for outsourcing, AI and Robotics. They won’t admit it, but they feel like losers compared to reality TV and rappers they aspire to be like, for this I blame the media. They know they’re trash.
|by Anonymous||replies 6||Last Thursday at 1:13 AM|
Meet Kristopher Dreww, a Huntington Beach, California-based hairdresser. Dreww has an online presence as “Adorable Deplorable,” and maintains a far-right weekly podcast.
Dreww posted a video of himself bragging about breaking into the Capitol in an attack that left five people dead.
“I just got back from storming the Capitol,” Dreww says in the video. “It was successful. For all you bitches on Facebook going crazy talking about it was Antifa, and saying it wasn’t us, it was us. We proudly took back our Capitol.” Dreww’s remark about Antifa debunks conspiracy theories on social media and Fox News that the attack was perpetrated by Antifa, not Trump supporters.
“I’m only at the hotel to get some gear on, I’m going back, baby,” he continued. “They brought the National Guard out for us and shit. We had the fucking cops running from us. Not because they are bitches but because they’re smart.”
Dreww then further encourages viewers to storm the Capitol buildings of their individual states. “I want this to trickle down,” he says. “I want every single person watching this to think about it. Go to the Capitol in your state. Stand tall. You deserve it, and your state deserves it.”
The video went viral following the attack on the Capitol building, prompting The Orange County Register to reach out to Dreww for comment. In the interview, the podcaster struck a decidedly different tone.
“I’m scared,” he told the paper. “I fear for my life. I do regret not doing my research and not knowing what people were in there. I am proud we took back our house, but I thought we took it back peacefully.”
“There are other people who did terrible things and should be arrested,” he added. Dreww claims he’s been getting death threats from Trump supporters and critics alike, and that the Yelp page for his business, Hair By KristopherDreww had been review-bombed with negative remarks.
Dreww’s claims that he didn’t know about the violence during the attack appear to contradict his remarks in the video in which he said he was “at the hotel to get some gear on.” He also noted that the National Guard had been called in, and that the cops were running from seditionists. That only happened after the storming of the building, in which rioters vandalized the premises and robbed offices there.
|by Anonymous||replies 51||Last Thursday at 12:26 AM|
I didn't know he was that old
|by Make the Cave Great Again||replies 8||Last Wednesday at 11:24 PM|
Past or present. Top or bottom daddies.
|by Anonymous||replies 454||Last Wednesday at 11:17 PM|
“ Jonathan Penner‘s wife Stacy Beth Title has died of ALS at age 56. The three-time “Survivor” player (“Cook Islands,” “Micronesia” and “Philippines”) tweeted the sad news on Monday. Title was an Oscar-nominated director for “Down on the Waterfront” (Best Live Action Short, 1993) who continued to work after her diagnosis in 2017. “Survivor” fans will remember Title from her two appearances on the reality TV show. She visited her husband during the “Cook Islands” loved ones reward in 2006 (watch above), and the couple appeared virtually for a “CBS Cares” profile about ALS during “Winners at War” in 2020.”
The rest of the article is at the link.
If you ever saw him interviewed with her after her diagnosis and slow deterioration, it was heartbreaking to see the ravages of ALS. Not many diseases worse than that.
|by Anonymous||replies 9||Last Wednesday at 11:01 PM|
With their phony legal arguments and pandering to Trump's baseless claims, Cruz and Hawley's bad behavior sets a bad precedent. William N. Eskridge Jr.Opinion contributor
As Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) said, accountability for the Jan. 6 invasion of the Capitol to disrupt Congress’s Electoral College count rests not only with President Donald Trump, but also with those who “object(ed) to the results of a legitimate, democratic election.” Romney was referring to, among others, Sens. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) and Ted Cruz (R-Texas), both alumni of my Legislation classes at Yale and Harvard Law Schools.
The Ivy Leaguers irresponsibly magnified the president’s baseless claims of widespread voter fraud — but they tried to deepen that bogus indictment by pandering to those who "believe the election that just occurred, quote, was rigged," as Cruz put it, and with smart-sounding legal arguments criticizing judges and the legal process. They know the process worked normally because I taught them how the process works. Neither had a single constitutional or statutory point that had not been examined and rejected by a bipartisan bevy of judges and administrators.
Pennsylvania law under siege The keystone state was Pennsylvania, where Hawley and Cruz were two of seven senators (along with 138 House members) voting to sustain objections to the lawfully chosen Electors. The congressional objectors largely avoided claims of fraud. Instead, they maintained that the rules followed in the Pennsylvania election were legally invalid. Their arguments disrespected the legal process established by the Constitution and statutes and interpreted responsibly by judges.
Sen. Hawley maintained that Congress was the proper forum for registering concerns about whether the Pennsylvania legislature’s 2019 law expanding mail-in voting violated the state constitution. Adopted by the GOP-dominated legislature, the law had never been challenged until after the 2020 election.
Trump's Twitter ban:Trump can't be silenced, even by Facebook and Twitter, but we can prevent another Trump
On Nov. 28, 2020, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court unanimously ruled in Kelly v. Commonwealth that the post-election challenge came too late. Permitting the challenge would disenfranchise millions of voters who had relied on the law, a point also made by Trump-appointed Judge Stephanos Bibas in a related federal lawsuit. At no point in American history has a state or federal appellate court retroactively disenfranchised a state’s electorate in a presidential election for such a reason.
|by Anonymous||replies 0||Last Wednesday at 10:52 PM|
2021 is no better!
|by Anonymous||replies 16||Last Wednesday at 10:30 PM|
See her picture in a thousand places
'Cause she's this year's cunt
You think, you all own little pieces
Of this year's cunt
How did this discount-store version of Sarah Palin rise so quickly in political cuntdom?
|by Anonymous||replies 20||Last Wednesday at 10:29 PM|
A gay man claims he's received death threats after participating in last week's riots at the U.S. Capitol.
Kristopher Dreww, a 32-year-old hairdresser from Huntington Beach, Calif., and a far-right activist, shared his fears in a recent interview with The Orange County Register.
|by Anonymous||replies 35||Last Wednesday at 9:27 PM|
Why aren't the deplorables outraged? First, he said he would walk with them. He led them to their own demise.
And now he is throwing them under the bus on live t.v.
What a guy!
|by Anonymous||replies 26||Last Wednesday at 9:27 PM|
We need their wisdom amongst all this hullabaloo.
|by Joanna Petet||replies 25||Last Wednesday at 9:21 PM|
Wow, listen to this Mike Douglas Show with Shelley Winters.
She calls Shelley fat, she calls her old, she says that SHE IS NOT promiscuous meaning that Shelley is a slut.
Her "goody-two-shoes" act may be real but she's a cunt.
|by Anonymous||replies 74||Last Wednesday at 9:14 PM|
What would you say was the best?
I've listed my own favorites. You may have your own--please list them and vote for #10 if so.
|by Anonymous||replies 17||Last Wednesday at 8:49 PM|
Here is a thread to discuss them.
|by Anonymous||replies 92||Last Wednesday at 8:32 PM|
Janet Jackson added, she was deprived of almost everything in life, as she couldn't listen to music, drive a car, wear designers clothes
Late Micheal Jackson's sister, Janet Jackson and wife to Quatari Muslim Billionaire, Wissam Al Mana has revealed in a recent interview with MTV News that she almost committed suicide because of the restrictions and burdens her new life and religion brought upon her, she said it wasn't an easy transition at all.
Janet added, she was deprived of almost everything in life, as she couldn't listen to music, drive a car, wear designers clothes only the Black Abaya and she couldn't even move outside her residential home in Doha and was always surrounded by heavily armed security men.
She said her new song featuring J.Cole "No Sleep" says it all; from her marriage, to the difficulties involved in adapting to her new life, the stress involved in being a muslim wife and the regrets she had due to the choices she made.
Janet Jackson was honoured with the inaugural Ultimate Icon Music Dance Visual Award at the 2015 BET Awards in Los Angeles
|by Anonymous||replies 145||Last Wednesday at 8:20 PM|
I'm serious. I don't get the connection...is there someone named Gloria on his 'team'? It aggravated the shit out of me because it's a great song and Laura Branigan is dead and whoever controls her music should be ashamed.
|by Anonymous||replies 62||Last Wednesday at 8:17 PM|
Can he do it? Or could he be prevented?
|by Yes, yes: we know all the tired jokes about "Marshall Law"...||replies 5||Last Wednesday at 8:17 PM|
It’s amazing that this one term winder has racked up such a revolving door, such a rogue’s gallery of administrative staff and officials.
For instance, Trump has had FOUR press secretaries! That’s as many or more than recent two-term presidents have had in TWO terms.
Such pageantry! Such a parade of shitbags. Let’s remember our favorites, shall we?
Let me start with the cryptkeeper. Remember when it opened the lid of the crypt and showed us a horrifying look at another dimension, where alternative facts dwell?
Alleviating points: Cryptkeeper Jr is refreshingly brash and real.
|by Anonymous||replies 1||Last Wednesday at 7:49 PM|
First and Second threads below.
The fallout from this - the investigation of the Trumps, the splintering of the Republican Party, the ostracizing of the MAGA people and Proud Boys, and the investigations into all four and into the law enforcement that helped - is going to reverberate for years.
|by Anonymous||replies 576||Last Wednesday at 7:44 PM|
I posted the link, but just in case it's at the upper right of the home page. Something useful from our friends in Jolly Old England!
|by Anonymous||replies 6||Last Wednesday at 7:32 PM|
|by Anonymous||replies 56||Last Wednesday at 7:31 PM|
America is experiencing such a similar version of what Ukraine went through, it could almost be called the sequel. It even has some of the same characters behind the scenes. Pulling the strings.
Democracy prevailed there, ultimately, even though a price was paid
It could be helpful to study the events that happened there to gain some insight into how to navigate these tumultuous times.
|by Anonymous||replies 15||Last Wednesday at 7:19 PM|
The Trumps are setting up for a state-to-state showdown between New York and Florida. If Trump somehow can’t evade leaving the White House on January 20th, the Trump Cabal will go to Florida and the Republicans there will have the State Police protect Trump from extradition to New York, when the family’s many indictments come down the pipeline.
|by Anonymous||replies 3||Last Wednesday at 7:17 PM|
Hold me Nestor, I'm scared!
|by Anonymous||replies 11||Last Wednesday at 7:13 PM|
It seems like many people here like skater Adam Rippon’s ass, but while perky and muscular I don’t think it’s really all that big or round.
|by Buttologist||replies 71||Last Wednesday at 7:10 PM|
I said this in a thread somewhere yesterday and the more I think about it, the more I think it's true. He's tweeted about a billion times today, and he tweeted all night long (I couldn't sleep so I kept looking at my phone). Is he going to be another casualty of Trump?
|by I am concerned||replies 3||Last Wednesday at 7:09 PM|
Sad Last Days!
|by Anonymous||replies 94||Last Wednesday at 7:02 PM|
From BG: "She never let go of [the divorce attorney] because she never changed her mind about the divorce. When will it happen? Within a year after he leaves [his job]. Why doesn’t she file the minute he leaves his job? She would love to accelerate it and get it over with as fast as possible but that would cause an uproar in the media. Everything is too chaotic right now and that would only add to the chaos. Everyone needs to calm down and cool off.
They already sleep in separate bedrooms and they have very little to do with each other, so that will simply continue until they announce the divorce. Will she turn against her husband after they announce? No. Her top priority is and has always been to protect [her child]. No matter how much she hates [her husband], she would never publicly ridicule him because that would hurt her child. It would also infuriate [her husband’s] fans, and she does not want them to come after her or [her child]. Is there any chance she will stay in in the marriage in the hopes that it gets better?"
"No. She’s out."
|by Anonymous||replies 45||Last Wednesday at 6:51 PM|
Hopefully it’s a better year than this one. I predict an accidental death for John Carey. Nothing shady or drug related but something to do with a car of motorbike.
|by Anonymous||replies 123||Last Wednesday at 6:45 PM|
The rot is everywhere
|by Anonymous||replies 97||Last Wednesday at 6:36 PM|
|by Anonymous||replies 392||Last Wednesday at 6:05 PM|
and I might answer bitch
|by Anonymous||replies 241||Last Wednesday at 5:57 PM|
I read a statement on Facebook from the Loud Family that Pat died today of natural causes.
Some of you will remember her from the PBS documentary An American Family, in the 70s. I believe she was 94.
|by Anonymous||replies 40||Last Wednesday at 5:54 PM|
What do think about this guy Jeff Sanders and other "productivity" gurus?
|by Anonymous||replies 175||Last Wednesday at 5:50 PM|
CNN President Jeff Zucker in a memo sent to staff on Tuesday blamed the coronavirus pandemic for causing the end of the CNN Airport Network after 30 years of operation.
Zucker announced that the network, which aired in 54 airports in the U.S. and Bermuda, will stop its business "as of March 31," citing the pandemic's disruption of air travel in the U.S. and the world.
He also cited that travelers have turned to streaming news on their personal devices.
"The steep decline in airport traffic because of COVID-19, coupled with all the new ways that people are consuming content on their personal devices, has lessened the need for the CNN Airport Network," Zucker said in the memo obtained by The Hill.
"Having to say goodbye to such a beloved brand is not easy," he continued. "I want to thank our friends and colleagues who have contributed to its success and to celebrate the fact that for 30 years, the CNN Airport Network has kept millions of domestic travelers informed. It also became an iconic part of the traveling experience in the country."
People briefed on the matter told the Los Angeles Times the CNN Airport Network, supported by ads, was no longer considered profitable. The shutdown will result in layoffs for about two dozen employees at CNN's Atlanta headquarters.
The CNN Airport Network first was launched in 1990.
Air travel has plummeted during the pandemic, although the Transportation Security Administration counted that millions boarded planes on the days near Thanksgiving and Christmas.
The story fails to note CNN actually paid the airports to display ONLY CNN.
|by Anonymous||replies 11||Last Wednesday at 5:46 PM|
Where is Fadi???
|by Anonymous||replies 213||Last Wednesday at 5:29 PM|
George Michael was involved in the early stages of Emma Thompson’s new film Last Christmas
The film is based on the Wham! song and came from an idea conceived by Thompson, her husband and George Michael
|by Anonymous||replies 474||Last Wednesday at 5:22 PM|
A Georgia banker (oddly with the last name of "Georgia") shot himself in the chest.
|by Anonymous||replies 50||Last Wednesday at 5:06 PM|
I am baffled why SNL keeps featuring her imitations of men. They're not in any way reminiscent of the people she imitates: whenever she imitates a male politician like Jeff Sessions or Rudy Giuliani, she always plays them like manic, smiling little elves. Rudy Giuliani is not very manic: he has a slow, deliberative manner.
I don't get why she is asked to regularly do these imitations on the show. They have more than enough men now who could imitate male politicians. Is she just one of those SNL performers (like Kristen Wiig was) whom Lorne Michaels adores and so will let do whatever they want to do? I've never yet heard anyone say they find her jess Sessions or her Rudy Giuliani anything other than creepy.
|by Anonymous||replies 20||Last Wednesday at 5:05 PM|
I was never a fan of Janet. But I know she had a huge fan base. What happened to her?!
|by Anonymous||replies 570||Last Wednesday at 5:04 PM|
Should I fight?
|by Anonymous||replies 24||Last Wednesday at 5:02 PM|
|by Anonymous||replies 229||Last Wednesday at 5:02 PM|
What up with that wife? He’s so handsome. I don’t get it
|by Anonymous||replies 138||Last Wednesday at 4:43 PM|
There is no sandwich better than a BLT. Just mayo, lettuce, ripe tomato, and crispy bacon on white bread. So simple, so delicious. Prove me wrong.
|by Anonymous||replies 145||Last Wednesday at 4:34 PM|
I’m “she was beautiful, a free spirit and was unbelievably charming” when she was selfish cunt.
|by Anonymous||replies 93||Last Wednesday at 4:30 PM|
I never hear it anymore. I still hear music by Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Queen , and The Beatles but ever Madonna.
|by Anonymous||replies 266||Last Wednesday at 4:30 PM|
First in a biographical series retrospective of my life
1959 Miami Beach April I was working as a cocktail singer at the lounge at the Fountianbleau Hotel in Miami Beach, I finished my last show at 11pm , little did i know that Cesar Romero had seen my show, he came back to my dressing room and invited me to take a midnight drive .
I quickly freshened up and slipped into a black christian dior dress with red sling backs. Caesar drove his emerald green Cadillac Elder ado convertible and picked me up at the hotels entrance, I felt like a princess !!!! We drove out to a swampy area and he stopped the car.
He had brought along some rum and coke a cola and we drank our cocktails while leaning on the hood of the Cadillac watching the full moon shadowed by the palm and cypress trees.
He suddenly pulled me close to him and could see the intensity in his eyes. I could smell his bay rum cologne and felt the "excitement" building in his loins. I knew my moment of ecstasy was at hand.
I was strangely attracted yet hesitant about his advances so I broke our embrace and stepped back. I accidentally stepped into the swamp , a flamingo flew out of the brush and scared me, my sling back shoes got stuck in the mud. Caesar picked me up in his arms and placed me on the still warm hood of the Cadillac, the full moon shined behind him and I could not resist his advances, he slowly removed my dress luckily in those days I was slim and trim and I did not have to wear constricting foundation garments so dress removal was easy, he was gentle yet forceful. I do not remember much after that, however I did hit my head on the hood ornament at some point.
It seemed like hours but in reality our ecstasy lasted only 10 minutes, Cesar had a "control" isssue he drove me back to the Fountianbleau , we did not talk .
Contraception in those days was not very effective, a month later I found myself on a plane incognito flying to Cuba to go to a clinic in Havana for an "operation" The next time I saw Caesar was when he was on Batman. I will never regret our night of romantic ecstasy!!!
|by Aunt Mimi||replies 81||Last Wednesday at 4:23 PM|
She said I’m the only one in the family who will appreciate them. She is right about that. My siblings would EBay them.
I will now have a cabinet full of dolls in my house. My transition to Elder Gay Life is complete!
|by Anonymous||replies 16||Last Wednesday at 4:21 PM|
Retrumplican is Cuomo's favourite word.
|by Anonymous||replies 24||Last Wednesday at 4:16 PM|
I’m surprised he doesn’t have a thread here, he looks like something Datalounge designed by committee.
|by Anonymous||replies 145||Last Wednesday at 3:57 PM|
[bold]In other news, the Coast Guard has recovered a stolen tiki hut boat[/bold]
In some lighter news, Coasties are keeping things chill over at U.S. Coast Guard Station Key West, Florida, where they recently recovered a reportedly stolen tiki hut boat in the emerald waters of Hawk Channel.
“The person aboard showed signs of intoxication and was taken into custody,” U.S. Coast Guard Southeast tweeted on Wednesday, along with pictures of Coasties piloting the Margaritaville-style tiki hut back to shore. “Don’t drink and boat!”
more at link
|by Anonymous||replies 4||Last Wednesday at 3:52 PM|
Erna's favorite dish.
|by Anonymous||replies 2||Last Wednesday at 3:42 PM|
|by Anonymous||replies 8||Last Wednesday at 3:30 PM|
The Dutch word "kunt" is the third-person form of the verb "kunnen," which means the same as "can" (to be able to) in English. To further confuse things, "kont" in Dutch translates as "ass".
The English conjuction "as" or "like" can, in Romanian, be translated as "precum".
The Finnish word for "bag" is "pussi."
I'm sure you cunning linguists can come up with more.
|by Anonymous||replies 91||Last Wednesday at 3:27 PM|
Apparently only in the past few days have people entering the capitol been required to go through a metal detector? Really? I remember when I visited DC in the 90s. They had those installed at all the Smithsonian museums and all the monuments.
|by Anonymous||replies 7||Last Wednesday at 3:26 PM|
Even in winter, don’t skip Leg Day bro! 🦵🏾
|by Anonymous||replies 229||Last Wednesday at 3:26 PM|
Jack finally pulled the plug on Trumps Twitter because of information he received of physical threats being made and plans or harm, on and off Twitter.
I can only imagine the shit in Trumps DMs.
|by Anonymous||replies 4||Last Wednesday at 3:25 PM|
I put on some 80s Hits station on Roku today and they (mistakenly) played Love Will Never Do Without You. And I was never a huge Janet fan but that song was one I really liked back in the day. I haven't heard it in some time and I thought I would enjoy it, but the endless discussion of Janet's "limitations" has made me realize just how not unmemorable her music really is. All I hear is the same production Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis did on every song and Janet's really weak vocals. I can't help but think Jabba's insistence that Janet was something she never was, combined with the endless proof shoved in Jabba's face about how weak Janet's music really was has somehow influenced me. I had to turn the song off.
|by Anonymous||replies 367||Last Wednesday at 3:18 PM|
They are going to crank up the pressure to give the president back his twitter. That is why is pretending to play nice.
The president and others had ample chance to tone down the rhetoric before the ban. Instead, they chose to try to OVERTHROW THE GOVERNMENT.
Stay strong Silicon Valley! Now is the time to show that you have a ethics and a conscience. This has nothing to do with free speech.
|by Anonymous||replies 15||Last Wednesday at 3:16 PM|
First of all Biden WILL be inaugurated and become President.
Second, Trump and his butt lickers saying that the election was stolen, and he will say that to his dying death, it's positive for the Democrats. Even if only 10% or so of his base lose faith in the electoral process and don't bother to vote going forward, the Dems will win in close elections, as seen in the BOTH Georgia runoffs.
|by Anonymous||replies 2||Last Wednesday at 3:14 PM|
One more of Trump's enablers bites the dust.
|by Anonymous||replies 58||Last Wednesday at 3:12 PM|
They're not happy unless they see him 3 times a day.
|by Anonymous||replies 17||Last Wednesday at 3:06 PM|
A few weeks ago I saw a viral tweet that said "you will never meet your soulmate in New York", and that has stuck with me because I've been living in New York for over 20 years and I have never had success with dating or romance. Not for lack of trying - I have been on every app, I've done speed dating, I have done volunteer groups and meet up groups, sex parties (I have met couples who met in a buddy booth!), I've gone to bars...I've done everything that I thought I could to meet someone (except sports, I'm trying to attract someone) and it's never happened. I mean sure I've dated guys for a few weeks but never a boyfriend. I get that for some people it will never happen and it's possible that I'm one of those people but I'm also thinking what if it's location specific. What if there's someone in another city for me?
Now with covid - since there's been nothing but time to examine my life - I'm wondering if when things start to get better maybe it's time to pack it up and try my luck somewhere else.
How do you know when it's time to try living somewhere else, in the hopes of finding a man? Specifically I am thinking Chicago because its still a decent sized city but it's not as crowded. Plus it's cleaner, cheaper, colder and has big beefy guys.
|by Anonymous||replies 35||Last Wednesday at 2:54 PM|
Stills from The Witcher
|by Anonymous||replies 24||Last Wednesday at 2:46 PM|
Mary Kate Olsen and her gigantic much older husband, Olivier Sarkozy, have reached a settlement in their divorce.
I guess love is NOT forever!
|by And now we return to coverage of the impeachment of Donald Trump, Part 2||replies 3||Last Wednesday at 2:41 PM|
She looks like she’s lost weight and love the long hair on her.
|by Anonymous||replies 40||Last Wednesday at 2:31 PM|
I almost did this, but thank god the guy starting talking about "liberal f*gs" before we met IRL. NOPE.
|by Anonymous||replies 11||Last Wednesday at 2:31 PM|
On the Riviera
Night and the City
That Wonderful Urge
Heaven Can Wait
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir
Way of a Gaucho
|by Jealous, bitches?||replies 24||Last Wednesday at 2:15 PM|
Eye-opening and concise thread.
|by Anonymous||replies 42||Last Wednesday at 2:14 PM|
I've got my champagne ready.
|by Anonymous||replies 36||Last Wednesday at 1:48 PM|
COMBINATION TREATMENT FOR METHAMPHETAMINE USE DISORDER SHOWS PROMISE IN NIH STUDY
A combination of two medications, injectable naltrexone and oral bupropion, was safe and effective in treating adults with moderate or severe methamphetamine use disorder in a double-blind, placebo-controlled Phase III clinical trial. The findings suggest this combination therapy may be a promising addition to current approaches to treatment, such as cognitive behavioral therapy and contingency management interventions, for a very serious condition that remains difficult to treat and overcome. The research, published today in The New England Journal of Medicine, was conducted at multiple sites within the National Institute on Drug Abuse Clinical Trials Network (NIDA CTN). NIDA is part of the National Institutes of Health.
|by Anonymous||replies 3||Last Wednesday at 1:47 PM|
Just so we’re ready when Trump declares Martial Law in the next 8 days.
|by Anonymous||replies 12||Last Wednesday at 1:42 PM|
Would you name your son Gaylord in this day and age? Why not?
|by Anonymous||replies 13||Last Wednesday at 1:39 PM|
Well did she help finance the buses to DC on 1/6/21 or is it just an unfounded rumor? Can't believe everything that is out there until there are receipts I say.
|by Anonymous||replies 4||Last Wednesday at 1:28 PM|
I mean how would you feel if you answered your cellphone and all you heard on the other end was "Heavy Breathing"
|by Anonymous||replies 322||Last Wednesday at 1:02 PM|
Read everyone for F I L T H
|by Anonymous||replies 3||Last Wednesday at 12:56 PM|
Damn. Hottest 80 year old on the planet. How much dick does this bitch get?
|by Anonymous||replies 26||Last Wednesday at 12:54 PM|
Does anybody else remember this show? It came out in the late ‘90s/early ‘00s.
|by Anonymous||replies 2||Last Wednesday at 12:49 PM|
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