Elysia Rotaru in Girl House (2014)
“Gigi Hadid wearing a slightly see through dress while walking the runway for Lanvin Menswear Fall/Winter 2020-2021 show at Paris Fashion Week!”
Bella Hadid’s hand-bra was only partially successful (21 Jan 2020)
This one is especially impressive.
As silly as this seems, I would like to see the captions they come up with.
Here’s your pizza.
Why don’t you come in for a second.
Ooh. Aah. Oh, my god. Oh. Oh. (Repeat as needed)
I agree with this assertion. It’s right there in MLK’s speeches.
“I have a dream that some day a man will be judged not by the color of his skin, but by his Republican party affiliation. Of course when that day comes, that party may still be judging a man by the color of his skin. I’m not sure. My dreams are not really that specific. Mostly when I dream, I’m just falling from great heights.”
Jeter was an obvious selection. Although he was not as great as some seem to think, he is certainly a Hall of Famer. 3400+ hits, a .310 average and a complete handful of rings speak for themselves. He missed being a unanimous selection by a single vote.
The selection of Larry Walker was more contentious.
Many people believe he is the best Canadian baseball player ever, but I went back and forth on his HoF merits for some years until I finally concluded that he was a Hall of Famer. To place my logic in a nutshell, Walker was exactly as good as Duke Snider, and Duke Snider is a solid Hall of Famer, therefore Larry Walker is a solid Hall of Famer. Normally I don’t accept the logic of “X should be in because Y is” because when people make that argument X is usually being compared to a Y who shouldn’t be in there. If we based the HoF on that logic, about half of the players who ever played should be in because they were better than Tommy McCarthy, who was a totally average player (lifetime wins above average: 0.2). But the “X vs Y” logic is valid in this case, because The Duke is a bona fide, solid Hall of Famer.
To take Denver out of the equation, Walker’s numbers outside of Coors are just about identical to Snider’s outside of Ebbets Field. When I place them side-by-side, you won’t be able to tell which is which because they are virtually identical:
|Player A||Player B|
|On Base Percentage||.375||.372|
Moreover, I think you can fairly argue that Walker was a better overall player than the Duke outside the batter’s box, even though Duke played a more difficult position. Walker was a better baserunner, stole more bases, had a better arm, and actually had comparable range factors on those occasions when he was called upon to play center field.
Of the three New York center fielders in the famous baseball song, Larry Walker was not as good a player as Willie and Mickey, but he was as good or better than the Duke, who is not only in the Hall of Fame, but definitely belongs there.
As does Walker.
The longer version of this article can be found in Uncle Scoopy’s Ballpark
A clip from a recent episode of “Meanspiration” (still below)
It turns out that New Jersey hates everyone.
Most of these make sense, but I’ll be damned if I can figure out why people in South Carolina hate Ohio.
Florida’s least-favorite state is … Florida!
“Taking a selfie of her ginormous cleavage/bosom in a skimpy little top that was made to show off as much as possible”
This is not quite a see-thru, but damn, is she cute!
One of our favorites in the later stages of her nudity career – an episode of Boardwalk Empire (s3e7)
This was lensed in 2011 or 2012, and I don’t think she has done any nudity since Boardwalk Empire.
Her appeal has fluctuated over the years, but she looked sensational during the period pictured below. She was about 33 or 34 because she was born in either 1969 or 1970. As my hero, Dalton, might say, “Opinions vary.”
She looked like Kate Beckinsale with a really good tan and a perfect chest.
The date and venue are identified in the Tweet below.
— $₩IFT (@GMJHDvideos) May 30, 2016
And here is the actual performance: