Shortcut to the full report for Wednesday
So many things are at or near their nadir in the USA:
- There are more people in hospitals with COVID than ever before, and the number has passed 100,000.
- There are more people in ICU beds with COVID than ever before.
- The current number on ventilators is at the second-highest point ever.
- Kansas and South Dakota topped every country in the world in both new cases per capita and new deaths per capita.
- The number of daily fatalities on Wednesday (2,831) is the worst ever.
- 49 states (plus D.C. and Puerto Rico) are in the red zone for “new cases.” That’s also the worst ever.
- 45 states are in the red zone for the fatality rate. That is also the highest ever.
- 31 states, also the highest ever, were in the triple red zone (new cases, new fatalities, testing percentage).
Renee Olstead, 12/2/20
Click through. The second one is a nice .gif and the third one is a booty shot.
She looks great, but so-o-o-o-o far from the camera, darn it.
Dildo was, of course, Bilbo’s long-lost brother.
In addition to the pic – a rumor about more Grimes nudity.
Jenna Dewan! December 2nd, 2020
Sure, it sounds loony, and yet Cambodia has a much lower infection rate than the Dakotas.
And the rest of the USA, for that matter.
In fact, Cambodia has not had a single COVID fatality in a country of 17 million people. Those Cambodians obviously believe that Coronavirus is a real thing, a dangerous one, even though they have not personally lost a loved one to it. That puts them a step ahead of many Americans.
“Otter penis bones are becoming less dense and more breakable due to toxic chemicals trickling into rivers from oil hubs in Canada.”
That’s not the salient point. I think very few of us worry about whether otters can get it up. The key issue is …
“James Aspell, 34, posted photos of his formal application to make his shuttered ‘400 Rabbits Tequila and Mezcal Cocktail Bar’ in Nottingham an official place of meeting for religious worship. He was shown smiling and giving the thumbs-up while mailing the form for the now-reverentially named ‘Church of the Four Hundred Rabbits.’
Kiki in All Good Things (2010)
Lots of bouncing.
“His performance is gross and offensive, the worst gayface in a long, long time. It’s horrifically bad.”
“I used to think that it was permissible for a straight actor to play a gay character in some circumstances; now I’m willing to go hard-line against it if it means denying James Corden even one future role.”
Wait! James Corden is straight? Go figure.
“Page uses both he/him and they/them pronouns, and describes himself as transgender and non-binary, meaning that his gender identity is neither man nor woman.”
As the good lord intended. (Her feed includes many more in a similar vein.)
Nikki Mudarris poses in her own see-through lingerie, 11/30/2020.
Renee Olstead wearing thong lingerie, 12/01/20
(The alleged thong is really just a string.)
Daisy Maskell in a thong bikini (11/30/2020). She is a presenter/interviewer in the UK.
“The group began to break the monolith down into pieces to throw in a wheelbarrow.”
That doesn’t really “explain the mystery.” It explains why it is not there now. It still leaves most of the key questions unanswered.
Before the monolith was disassembled, a photographer took a great staged photo of one of his friends:
Props to the photog on a great shot, and special props to the friend who somehow shimmied up there and balanced himself in a pose that would stir envy in Olga Korbut!
Sorry, she is clothed, but this is kind of a must-see. Odd stuff. It looks like a scene from a lost Luis Buñuel movie. Weird framing because it’s a selfie. Dog in a head cone, staring at the camera. Brother apparently singing to himself in the background. Grammy awards framed in a display. Billie slapping her chest. There must be some story behind it, but I don’t know what it is.
Not that it matters.
A group of faculty members at Stanford University celebrated his resignation from the Trump administration on Monday, saying in a statement that it’s “long overdue and underscores the triumph of science and truth over falsehoods and misinformation.”
(That is meaningful because Scott Atlas is the Robert Wesson Senior Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. His own colleagues from his sponsoring university are the ones accusing him of standing in opposition to science and truth.)