I must be really, really out of touch. What's a Beyonce?
I believe one of these is a Beyonce:
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Posted 13 December 2013 - 09:46 PM
ROB SCHNEIDER? NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!
I hereby surrender all cards I am carrying that make of me anything a card-carrying member.
Next you'll tell me there's no Mr. Hankey. DAMN YOU STOSSELL!!!
In a world where I feel so small
I can't stop drinking gin.....
Posted 13 December 2013 - 10:01 PM
I believe one of these is a Beyonce:
It looks like the Three Girls they got to play 'Super Models' in a 'reality show' on NCIS a few years ago. They were playing Super Models going through Marines Basic Training camp.....
The only thing that I see in that picture is what looks like ammo, and combat boots. The rest of the photo registers as useless.
Sorry, it didn't help. And I know that a Beyonce isn't a type of ammo.
They are to some men.....
Chris Hardwick is NERDIST GOD.
Here's the KITTY!
"PEANUT BUTTAH JELLEH!"
"I'm DAMAGED...and I LIKE IT!"
"We are here to HELP each other, not to HARM each other. Think about it..."
Posted 14 December 2013 - 04:05 AM
These are incredibly lucky people living out a fantasy life that's become true for them...it's hardly an example of hard work/follow your dream more like hitting the lottery...the fact that so many of these folks have leftist leanings prolly stems from their perception that their exceptional circumstance isn't really very common, and that those who gain much have much to give in return...liberals also believe in pulling oneself up and succeeding with hard work, they just see it as more of a collective effort...
Posted 23 December 2013 - 07:28 PM
It is pretty disgusting watching celebrities jump on the trendy bandwagons and strike these poses (ditto college students eager to appear "hip" who jump on them too). If they want to use their good fortune to do good things, how about just contributing to charities and medical research foundations and such and keeping their uneducated, secondhand opinions on economics and social systems to themselves. You know, voluntary, non-compulsory contributions to charity - the polar opposite of what they're rallying in support of when they add their blabber to the chorus of voices calling to turn the USA into a socialist welfare state. If socialism is something they think is cool, perhaps they should move to Russia and see how they like plying their trade there instead - see how grand the opportunities for "living the dream" are for those who are just starting out in life in a country more in line with the principles they would appear to support. Let's book them a jet for the big move to Mother Russia and see how many limos show up on the tarmac.
That would seem like a more direct solution for those who want to live under a socialist system. Pack up and head off to an existing socialist country instead of trying to turn the USA into another one. The US was founded as an alternative to big, over-intrusive government by people who didn't want to live that way anymore. I mean, if you don't like living on a lake, do you start a movement to have it drained and filled in, or do you just put your f-ing house up for sale and MOVE?
Okay, I let off some steam, now I can go back to being a 15%.
Posted 23 December 2013 - 10:32 PM
Speak for yourself.
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First our declining morals slid, bit by bit, and then our very national spirit. Then the collapse became greater and greater, and our principles began to go, until at last, it has come to this age, in which we can bear neither our crimes nor the cure for them.
Posted 13 October 2017 - 01:51 AM
The sordid details of how Harvey Weinstein used his position of power to sexually harass women in Hollywood are becoming more graphic every day. It was also revealed that Matt Damon may have played a part in quashing a NY Times article about Weinstein in 2004. His buddy Ben Affleck just recently wrote a Facebook entry to condemn Weinstein's behavior. Shortly after Affleck posted the entry, some twitter users reminded him that he groped Hilarie Burton in 2003 on the set of Total Request Live. In the past, he has also defended his brother Casey who was the subject of widespread sexual assault allegations. Actors such as Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie and Rose McGowan have come forward with their own shocking stories of what it was like to work with Weinstein. This has been on my mind a lot because I experienced something similar in my own life.
“Everything lost is meant to be found.” ― Lara Croft
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