“Producing and distributing content that ridicules, mocks, provokes and disrupts public order, religious values and public morals through social media … will be considered a cybercrime punishable by a maximum of five years in prison and a fine of three million riyals ($800,000).”
“Trump’s tweet is so blunt one is almost tempted to look for deeper meaning. He’s saying the U.S. Department of Justice should be most concerned not with enforcement of laws but with aiding the Republican Party. Plenty of politicians are corrupt, but few announce it proudly from their Twitter accounts.”
This is kind of a smoking gun, in a way. Investigators normally have a difficult time proving “corrupt intent,” but Trump just puts it all out there on Twitter.
OK, maybe repression is somewhat underrated.
Her opponent is Nicole “Hoopz” Alexander, another reality TV personality, a tough cookie who once carried Shaq on her back while she was wearing heels. (Below)
Ah, the wisdom of ancient cultures!
It’s probably not statistically valid, but certainly an interesting observation that unusual property projects presage a financial collapse. The two are not cause-and-effect, but there is some logic to it. Whenever property values are so elevated that traditional development projects become unprofitable, people have to find a better way to get a return on investment – like building enormous skyscrapers on a relatively small piece of land, or (in the specific case mentioned in this article) creating new inexpensive land in the form of artificial islands.
Nostalgia: vintage Emma Watson nip-slip
(In a thong and fish net tights.)
It doesn’t seem like that long ago, but the survivors are all at least 75 years old today. Father Mulcahy, Major Winchester, Major Burns, Trapper John, Colonel Blake and Colonel Potter have passed on.
I think it would be interesting to do a M*A*S*H special, setting it in the Reagan years, about 35 years after the Korean War, so that the characters would be the right age. Hawkeye, B.J., Hot Lips, Radar and Klinger are all still alive. It would be interesting to theorize what happened to the characters’ lives after the war.
Sadly, my favorite character, the great Colonel Flagg (Edward Winter), has passed on. Let’s remember some of his great moments:
Nostalgia: Joy Harmon in Cool Hand Luke (1967)
One way to know you’re getting old: you start subtracting the year of the movie from the current year, then getting melancholy.
This was 51 years ago.
Not a bad series, by the way. I binge-watched it. It reminded me a lot of Strike Back, but with more plot and characterization taking the place of repetitive action scenes.
This is really just a blog to hype travel services, but in my younger and more vulnerable years, to cite F. Scott, I used to dream of taking the Orient Express or the Trans-Siberian Railway.
I have to admit having lost enthusiasm for sitting in place while a fascinating world flashes by. I think that’s probably because my entire life has consisted of just that.
Despite having lost my youthful enthusiasm for riding trains and giant ships, I am still mesmerized by the sight of their passing. God only knows why, but the sight of a serpentine train coiling through a valley or a massive freighter barely squeezing through a narrow lock still causes me to interrupt my life.
Lohan joins Christie Brinkley, Sharon Stone, Elizabeth Hurley and Gina Gershon as women who look great for 50.
Of course those others are actually over 50.
Lohan is 32, which is 64 in crystal meth years.
And between her breasts, the famous Gulf of Tonkin
She has credits as a model and actress, but I don’t really know her. I can tell you that she’s beautiful and very naked.
as the good lord intended
Kanye and Avenatti are our future politicians? I guess it’s because we’ve had such great success electing arrogant, egotistical blowhards with no government experience.
Her all-over tan is so perfect that her areolae are virtually invisible.
Or maybe not so public. I’m not sure, but I guess she was on the set of a photoshoot with paparazzi in the vicinity.
But the point is that her breasts were covered – and then they weren’t.