Euphoria may be the nudity star of the year, if episode one is any indication.
A clip of Sydney Sweeney in Euphoria, s1e1
A collection of pictures she took of herself within the context of the show.
Here is a short version of the bit where she removes her bra. This one has been brightened and color-corrected.
Also in the episode: Alexa Demie topless
This pic was part of a bodies-in-motion series by Jerry Cooke which is described on his home page.
The one above has appeared before (in an issue of SI), but the photographer’s home page includes another one which I have never seen, and which gives a better look at her breasts. I wonder how many more there are.
It’s from her earlier days, while modeling under the moniker of CJ Perry
(Birth name: Catherine Joy Perry)
It’s either from City of Industry or a really great episode of Elementary
This screen cap has been brightened and color-corrected, and the quality is excellent.
Vanderbilt is known for having built a fashion empire, and for being Anderson Cooper’s mother.
She was the the great-great-granddaughter of a legendary figure from the robber baron era, the railroad and steamship magnate Commodore Vanderbilt. “Commodore” was a nickname, one that was once commonly given to boat builders. In reality Vanderbilt has never in the navy. He was however, one of the richest men in American history. Most lists (summarized by Wikipedia) place him third behind Rockefeller and Carnegie.
I forget his name, Gary something, but he kept that Koepka dude from winning three in a row.
When informed of the result, his parents said, “We have a kid named Gary? Cool!”
His name is actually Woodland, and he “suffered just four bogeys all week in finishing at 13-under 271, a stroke better than Tiger Woods’ winning total in his record 15-stroke romp at Pebble Beach in 2000.”
Unless you are a pitcher.
“Padres, Rockies score modern-era most 92 runs in 4-game set.”
Yesterday’s fourth game was 14-13, and that was not the highest scoring game of the series, which was the second game at 16-12!
“Colorado’s Charlie Blackmon became the first player since at least 1900 with 15 hits in a four-game series.” Blackmon came into the homestand batting .295 on June 8th and is now hitting .336. Blackmon’s lifetime batting average is .304, consisting of .350 at home and .260 on the road. This year he is hitting .450 at Coors with 13 homers, compared to .233 with two homers on the road.
Blackmon actually led the NL in batting average in 2017, by hitting .391 at Coors, .276 on the road. That shows you the magic of Coors Field, the power to turn a completely mediocre hitter into a batting champ. Blackmon’s lifetime OPS on the road is .737, and he stands at .626 this year. The NL’s OPS average this year is .747 for all players – including pitchers!
“Ahuna Mons, though, is like nothing that humanity has ever seen before.”
Well, almost bare (diaphanous cover)
More important to us than his artistic accomplishments, he introduced many to Olivia Hussey’s chest. Oh, yeah, and to some guy named Shakespeare. That was Z’s real triumph, I suppose. His Romeo and Juliet brought a lot of young people to the theater to watch something written by Billy Shakespeare, the ol’ Bard himself.
A real-time journey through the first landing on the Moon. (This website consists entirely of original historical mission material.)
I don’t know who created this site or why – but it’s pretty effin’ cool.
I believe O.J. will be able to help with this, just as soon as he finds the real killers.
Shock of the day (be near your fainting couch):
“The U.S. Attorney’s Office in the District of Connecticut, which Jones claimed would release a statement declaring him a victim in the matter, declined to comment.”
She has gone full porn (VR porn, to be precise)
That’s an interesting story, but this part of the story is especially eye-catching:
“President Donald Trump had not been briefed in any detail about the US computer code being implanted inside the Russian grid. Pentagon and intelligence officials describe to the Times “broad hesitation” to tell Trump about the details of the operations against Russia. They tell the Times there was concern over how Trump would react, and the possibility that Trump might reverse the operations or discuss it with foreign officials. In 2017, Trump shared highly classified information with the Russian foreign minister and Russian ambassador to the US in a White House meeting.”
These intel officials are worried about the President keeping a secret, but they told the failing NY Times! Can’t Trump (and for that matter Putin) now read about it? Isn’t this the kind of thing that is better kept a complete secret? (Unless it’s a bluff designed to keep the Russians madly digging through their code.)
Here is the story. In their original text exchange, the hacker claimed he also has videos