The internet always has thoughts, usually negatives. Apparently the fanboys wanted Alison Brie.
I never have been very impressed by Hilary Duff in the past, but she is starting to look mighty good ,to me.
I think you know the rest of the limerick.
A controversy has arisen recently when Jeopardy clearly, without any doubt, made an incorrect ruling on its Final Jeopardy answer. No big deal there. People make mistakes. The big deal is that they have stubbornly lied to cover up their mistake, even weaving the sainted Alex Trebek into their lies.
A contestant listed her answer as “Barry Gordy” instead of of the correct “Berry Gordy.” By their own rules, this is clearly a correct answer, with no possible other interpretation.
Their rule says:
Their recent ruling not only contradicts their own rules, but also appears to be inconsistent with all of their past interpretations of those rules.
Nobody can seem to figure out why they have not issued an apology, and that becomes even more mysterious when you realize that the ruling did not determine the daily winner. (I.e., if the contestant had been deemed to have given a correct answer, she still would not have won.)
They (including Trebek) are stubbornly holding to this response: “When a contestant adds incorrect information to an otherwise correct response, they are ruled incorrect.” That is just as ludicrous as their original ruling, in fact even more so, since nothing has been added, so it’s not only incorrect, but also irrelevant. If the contestant had answered “Barrie Gordy,” they might conceivably (but still incorrectly, by their own rule 5) have ruled that the contestant added information in the form of extra letters, but no such thing occurred. Nothing was added. The contestant merely transposed an “a” and an “e.”
Jeopardy has always held its head high as a bastion of reason and intelligence, but we seem to live in a world where nobody can ever admit they were wrong, no matter how obvious their error.
Or as I like to call it, Shakespeare’s Nicole
Jasmine Sanders in a bikini, 9/18/2020
Personal note: I have lived in both Austria and Wisconsin. They are extremely comparable. Both locations have about 45% of their land forested. Both places have crappy weather and both populations are pretty much always drunk on beer.
The major difference is that Austria is far more densely populated in the non-forested areas, so Wisconsin has a higher ratio of trees to people. Despite that, you may be surprised to learn that Wisconsinites do not live like Keebler elves in forest cities. That would imply that Austrians do not live in forest cities either, given that they are actually more urban than we are in Wisconsin in terms of population density.
You might think that. You would be wrong.
Austrians do live in quaint forest cities, mostly inside of hollow logs, or in hastily constructed tree houses made by clumsily lashing together the rotting wood they sweep up from the floors in their forests. They spend the day getting drunk under rickety wooden bridges where they hope to capture a passing billy goat to eat for dinner. Those are just the irrefutable facts, as pictured in the photo of the Vienna skyline seen below.
— Chris Struber (@dadryan) September 16, 2020
Aya Cash did some brief nudity in the new episode of The Boys (s2e5)
But in this case, the nudity is only a minor element of the scene. If you did not catch the show, check it out the scene on Zippyshare. It is nuckin’ futz.
These were negatives in the movie. The imager has inverted them.
That appears to be an unsimulated BJ.
You had me at topless.
In fact, you had me at Diora.
New career as a drag queen specializing in risque Faye Dunaway impersonations?
More of the same here.
“Our nation has lost a justice of historic stature. Today we mourn but with confidence that future generations will remember Ruth Bader Ginsburg as we knew her, a tireless and resolute champion of justice.”
Chief Justice John Roberts