It’s been a tough stretch for the Prince of Darkness. At one time he was willing to challenge God himself, leading a rebellion of fallen angels in a battle for control of existence. And now? Plant-based burgers.
When that fails, he already has his next plan on the docket. His laboratories are busy, removing the gluten from everything. Yes, Satan is against gluten, that precious protein that God himself placed in our wheat.
This is a 2019 movie about a female KGB agent who spied on the UK successfully for about a half-century. She worked as a civil servant in Britain and had access to some important secrets. Joan at the end of her life is played by Judi Dench. Fortunately for us, it was Cookson who did the nudity as Joan in her youthful days.
Carla seems to have achieved what we all dream of. She just keeps getting better looking as she ages. As she approaches 50 now, she looks better than she did in the clip above when she was in her mid-20s.
When that was contradicted by a report showing the actual numbers from his polls, step two of the defense was for his spokespeople to say that the cited numbers were dated, were taken out of context, and represented a worst case scenario.
Finally, step three was to fire the pollsters for assembling the polls which did not exist, but if they had existed would only have shown a worst case scenario.
The one above has appeared before (in an issue of SI), but the photographer’s home page includes another one which I have never seen, and which gives a better look at her breasts. I wonder how many more there are.
She was the the great-great-granddaughter of a legendary figure from the robber baron era, the railroad and steamship magnate Commodore Vanderbilt. “Commodore” was a nickname, one that was once commonly given to boat builders. In reality Vanderbilt has never in the navy. He was however, one of the richest men in American history. Most lists (summarized by Wikipedia) place him third behind Rockefeller and Carnegie.
When informed of the result, his parents said, “We have a kid named Gary? Cool!”
His name is actually Woodland, and he “suffered just four bogeys all week in finishing at 13-under 271, a stroke better than Tiger Woods’ winning total in his record 15-stroke romp at Pebble Beach in 2000.”
Yesterday’s fourth game was 14-13, and that was not the highest scoring game of the series, which was the second game at 16-12!
“Colorado’s Charlie Blackmon became the first player since at least 1900 with 15 hits in a four-game series.” Blackmon came into the homestand batting .295 on June 8th and is now hitting .336. Blackmon’s lifetime batting average is .304, consisting of .350 at home and .260 on the road. This year he is hitting .450 at Coors with 13 homers, compared to .233 with two homers on the road.
Blackmon actually led the NL in batting average in 2017, by hitting .391 at Coors, .276 on the road. That shows you the magic of Coors Field, the power to turn a completely mediocre hitter into a batting champ. Blackmon’s lifetime OPS on the road is .737, and he stands at .626 this year. The NL’s OPS average this year is .747 for all players – including pitchers!