A sound gfy of Sarah Shahi in Bullet To The Head (2012)
Well … duh!
Is there anyone who didn’t already realize that?
If you have forgotten, the President then used the memo to justify the firing of Comey on Rosenstein’s recommendation.
(Hey, why wait for somebody to produce a case that Comey should be fired when you can do it yourself? That’s just good business. In the corporate world we call it vertical integration! You don’t need a supplier if you ARE the supplier. And it’s often wise to give your supplier a different name, creating a house brand, even if they are really your own company. In this case, Rosenstein was his house brand.)
The background: they published some of Bezos’s intimate text messages, whereupon Bezos hired investigators to find out how the Enquirer could have gotten their hands on his personal texts. The Enquirer does not like being investigated …
“A few days after hearing about Mr. Pecker’s apoplexy, we were approached, verbally at first, with an offer. They said they had more of my text messages and photos that they would publish if we didn’t stop our investigation.”
After Bezos ignored their verbal threats, they sent him a written description of the pics they have of him, and said “It would give no editor pleasure to send this email. I hope common sense can prevail — and quickly.”
Needless to say (since we know about it), Bezos simply chose to make the letter public, and continued his investigation. He told his investigators that they have an unlimited budget – and Bezos is VERY VERY rich, so “unlimited” means truly as much as a hundred investigators could spend in several lifetimes.
The big question – why is the Enquirer so paranoid about being investigated? The answer lies in their settlement in the Trump case. In return for not being prosecuted for the obvious crimes they committed there, they had to sign an agreement not to commit any crimes of any kind for three years, and if they did, then “A.M.I. shall thereafter be subject to prosecution for any federal criminal violation of which this office has knowledge.” In other words, if they commit any further crimes, they would no longer get away scott-free on the Trump crimes. That probably would mean prison time for ol’ Mr. Pecker himself.
Obviously, they can’t afford to have a swarm of investigators up in their business.
They only part I don’t understand is why they thought Bezos would cave to the blackmail. He’s not running for office, and he has more money than he can ever spend, even if he has to fork over half to his wife, so he has nothing to lose, nothing to be afraid of, and there is really no way to control him unless he has committed a crime. Publish his dick pics? Who cares when you have 60 billion dollars earned legally? If you give me 60 billion dollars, you can publish all the dick pics you want. I’ll even pose for some new ones. Just make sure the check is good.
Aubrey O’Day’s underwear is the absolute minimum covering to wear and not be naked.
This posed nude of Paz de la Huerta is either new to me, or I have forgotten it.
Classic Denise Crosby very naked – with vintage bush
Lea Thompson in Casual Sex? (1988)
Juliette Kida in Day 5 [S2E4]
This is one of those censored pre-leak pics posted by somebody who is looking to get paid for whatever he has.
Erika Eleniak in Under Siege (1992)
– nice quality clip
In the most revealing stills, her breasts were covered only by flimsy, flesh-colored, semi-transparent nipple patches.
This episode is available in 4K (capture here)
Mathilda May in Lifeforce (1985)
She turned 19 during the film’s production, and turns 54 today.