The inspector general who was dismissed had been investigating Pompeo for using State Department employees to run personal errands, and had been digging into the administration’s having inappropriately fast-tracked a Saudi arms deal.

“When asked whether the allegations were true, he declined to comment. ‘I’m not going to answer the host of unsubstantiated allegations about any of that,’ he said.”

Now in the history of the human race, no politician has ever passed up the chance to say “Of course not. There’s absolutely no truth to it at all.” Probable conclusion: guilty AF.

Before Mrs. Maisel, she got nekkid with Jesse Eisenberg in Louder Than Bombs (2015)

She should get naked more often. She looks mah-velous. Here’s her classic flash in the first-ever episode of the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. We were discussing “ghost nipples” recently, the phenomenon caused by areolas so light they seem to disappear. That Mrs. Maisel scene is another example.

Mentioned previously as famous ghost-nipple scenes:

Joan Severance in See No Evil, Hear No Evil (1989)

Jennifer Ehle in The Camomile Lawn (1992), perhaps the most underrated nude performance in history. One more from that film.

Lindsay Lohan in The Canyons

Holy water, Batman! It’s the Holy Squirt Gun of Antioch.

To me, holy water has always been one of the truly baffling curiosities of religious belief.

I wonder: Is there also Holy Water in nearby Flint?

I wonder: In a case where all the local water supply contains dangerous bacteria, can the priest bless an alternate (safely bottled) liquid? Can there be Holy Mountain Dew Code Red?

(Polluted holy water is not as silly as you think. Throughout history, the holy water font has been a source of diseases. It contains standing water, and many people dip their fingers in it.)

Did you know – holy water dates back to pre-Christian times. “And he shall take holy water in an earthen vessel, and he shall cast a little earth of the pavement of the tabernacle into it.” [Numbers 5:17]