OK, Kerryn has tickled us (and herself).
Your move, Whitney Cummings.
I’ll bet he’s having some doubts about his choice of locations for the second coming (Siberia).
Jesus is back – and this time he has a microphone
It’s not just that he has to worry about being arrested or poisoned by Pontius Putin, but is Siberia the place for his wardrobe? I’m not one to claim to understand the divine will, but if I were going to spend the day in robes and sandals, I’d make my long-awaited reappearance in Hawaii.
Between this and Jamie Chung, the year has suddenly improved.
Addison has made our year-end lists twice.
She made the #10 spot in our top nude scenes of 2018 with her performance in Submission
She made the #14 slot when she was only 19, in our top nude scenes of 2010, with a role on Californication. That role probably should have finished much higher on the list than it did.
She also did some light nudity (thong and see-thru bra) in Life Like (2019)
No sure of the source. She looks tremendous. (Jumbo Jacks!)
Lily Mo Sheen is the daughter of Kate Beckinsale and Michael Sheen
Shortcut to the full report for Thursday.
As the Southern Hemisphere approaches summer and the Northern approaches winter, the impact of the virus is changing. There are now SEVEN Northern Hemisphere countries in the red zone for new infections: Israel, France, Belgium, Lebanon, The Netherlands, Czechia and Spain. The USA is not yet on that list, but it is close, and its infection rate is rising steadily. (Infections have increased for the last two weeks.) Mercifully, the rise in infections has not yet strained the hospitals or caused a corresponding rise in fatalities. Unfortunately, the infection rate is usually an early indicator of fatalities in the near future, like the ghost of Christmas yet to come.
The Dakotas are in serious trouble. Consider the following example which contrasts South Dakota to the red zone and a state which has taken dramatic action:
Testing rate: the red zone is 10%
South Dakota 22%, New York 1%
New cases per day: the red zone is 143 per million
South Dakota 523, New York 54
New fatalities per day: the red zone is 3.0 per million
South Dakota 9.0, New York 0.3
And North Dakota has even higher rates of new cases and new fatalities than South Dakota!
Here’s a photo that model/actress/Miss Universe 2012 and now Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover model Olivia Culpo just posted.
“This week, we’re introducing the COVID layer in Maps, a tool that shows critical information about COVID-19 cases in an area so you can make more informed decisions about where to go and what to do.”
“Firefighters in Britain said crews from three towns spent three hours extinguishing the flames from a blaze that started with a 22-ton pile of chicken manure.”
“First they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out—because I was not a socialist. Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out— because I was not a trade unionist. Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—because I was not a Jew. Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.”
– Martin Niemöller, speaking of the Third Reich.
“I am packed in with 28 other people in a 20×20 cell. Not all of us have masks, and there is not enough room so people are sleeping on the floor.”
I’m not sure this article really has the answers, but their success has been astounding.
Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand have about 250 million people between them and to date they have a total of 244 covid deaths for all five nations added together, despite the fact that three of those countries have borders with China. Laos and Cambodia have no fatalities at all, although Laos borders China.
- Taken together, those five nations have one death per million population. The USA has 624 deaths per million – and rising.
- The United States, with 330 million people, has more than 200,000 covid fatalities. If it had the same rate as SE Asia, it would have 320 fatalities in total – an amount that it actually had every seven hours yesterday!
That may not be a fair equivalence, but in more realistic terms we could compare the USA to Canada. If the USA had the same fatality rate as Canada, it would have about 80,000 fatalities rather than 200,000. That’s 120 thousand deaths that could have been avoided.