More of the influencers and exhibitionists doing their whole wacky, influential, exhibitionistic thing on Twitter and the ‘Gram.
“We can say that it was marginally better than 2020. Granted, this is not high praise. It’s like saying that somebody is marginally nicer than Hitler. But it’s something.”
“The Capitol is invaded by thousands of people who are fiercely loyal to Trump and determined to ensure that his enduring legacy, as president, will be that he inspired a tragic, futile and utterly stupid riot at the U.S. Capitol.”
“President Biden proposes a fiscal 2022 federal budget of $6 trillion, to be raised by what the White House describes as ‘an exciting new partnership with Herbalife.'”
“The big story in August is the withdrawal of American forces from Afghanistan, a country that, thanks to 20 years of our involvement, has been transformed — at a cost of many lives and more than $2 trillion — from a brutal, primitive undemocratic society into a brutal, primitive undemocratic society with a whole lot of abandoned American military hardware lying around.”
Well, OK. Festivus and Shatner’s birthday are the TWO greatest holidays. Yup, Festivus and Shatner’s birthday … oh, and Giant Pink Japanese Penis Day. Damn! The THREE greatest holidays are, in no particular order …
Wait. I’ll come in again.
Amongst our revelry are such diverse holidays as …
I would be much more interested in this report if I knew who Kelsey Leverack is.
Camille Razat and others topless in Emily in Paris, s2e3
Camille is the Blonde. Anais Weill is the other European-looking woman who says “You brought her to your parents’ house?” Lea-Surya Diouf is the one with the curly hair and mammoth breasts. The fourth speaking part is played by Nassima Benchicou.
This show is so bad that it is painful to watch. It’s filled with so much syrupy faux innocence that it would make Zooey Deschanel retch. How in the world did it get a second season?
It isn’t transparent, but it’s mighty sexy