Whitney is surprised in the tub, and her hand-bra is not totally effective.
Two ways to look at the latest developments in Colorado:
(1) “Senate Majority PAC, a group aligned with Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer, is pulling its remaining $1.2 million in TV ads out of Colorado in a sign of confidence that former Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper has a solid lead over Cory Gardner, the first-term GOP incumbent.”
(2) Despite Hickenlooper’s lead in the polls and Senate Majority PAC’s expression of confidence, a Gardner campaign spokesman, asked to comment on national Democrats’ decision, had a different interpretation. “It’s clear the Democrats also know John Hickenlooper has no chance of winning,” said Gardner spokesman Jerrod Dobkin, who probably added, “Oh, I see. Running away, eh? You yellow bastards! Come back here and take what’s coming to ya! I’ll bite your legs off!”
(It’s possible that Loops has already won. Colorado votes 100% by mail, Loopy is up by some 9-10% in the polls, and the early balloting rush has been astounding.) At the top of the ticket, it appears that Biden will win by a landslide. (Hillary won it by five points in 2016.)
According to 538, the overall national battle for control of the Senate is too close to call. (Slight edge to blue at the moment, but with a lead too fragile to weather the vagaries of October.)
This is from the extended, uncut version of Boot Camp (2008). The scene is dark and blurry to hide the fact that she was wearing pasties, which you can see clearly here.
Pia Mia – Sheer Nightgown, October 16
New pics 10/16:
Note: if for some reason you don’t see pictures on this post, you can probably fix that by changing to the insecure version of this page. (use http://www.othercrap.com/ instead of https://www.othercrap.com/)
Charlie’s site must be one of the best “free” sites on the net. There are no ads nor pop-ups, and no password is required. It’s just a bazillion of his collages in the ultimate encyclopedia of French-speaking actresses getting naked..
Laure Calamy in “10 pour cent”:
Marie Denarnaud in “19”:
Alice de Lencquesaing in “l’anémone et l’ancolie”:
Clémence Boisnard in “été mouillé”:
Sarah Inès in “été mouillé”:
Claudine Charreyre in “Verde”: