On the one hand, he’s told his lackeys and sycophants that he’ll run again in 2024. On the other hand, he’s telling Republicans not to vote in 2024 (or for that matter in 2022). He said that this is the single most important thing Republicans can do.
We can usually figure out his con because his moves are so obvious. This time, it seems baffling. This same strategy cost the GOP the Senate because of the two Georgia elections.
The fat kid from Stand By Me is the newest co-host on The Talk.
I looked at the date to see if this story had been posted on April 1. Then I figured this site must be an Onion wannabe. All wrong. The story is for real.
I love the fact that she remains both refreshingly down-to-earth, and kinda weird (in a cute way). I am wondering two things: (1) What is the deal with that outfit? (2) Who took these pictures?
Step aside, Hef, Warren Beatty, Jack Nicholson, Wilt Chamberlain and DeCaprio. The new king of the party dudes is in da house!
It brings to mind the Beverly Hillbillies, when Jethro set his career sights on “Famous International Playboy.”
But then again, I guess a hundred billion dollars could even get Clint Howard some decent trim.
“The monstrosity going to Captain Bezos: a 417-foot superyacht that’s so massive it has its own ‘support yacht’ with a helipad, according to Bloomberg. The estimated cost, not including the boat’s support boat, is $500 million.”
“We think androgens or male hormones are definitely the gateway for the virus to enter our cells. We really think that baldness is a perfect predictor of severity.”
Caution: “So far studies have been of relatively small numbers of patients.”
The above headline within quotation marks was from a Brit tabloid, so you can’t treat it with the solemnity you would accord the Journal of the AMA, but they may actually be onto something, even if they have sensationalized the science to create a paper-selling headline.
The company that discovered the link last spring, Applied Biology, more recently ran a study that tested the use of an androgen inhibitor (Proxalutamide) on COVID patients, and it seems to have been very successful in preventing severe symptoms and the progression of the disease.
As sensational as it seems to propose a correlation between baldness and COVID, the whole concept is actually plausible, given that some element of male biology seems to have consistently made males more vulnerable to the virus in country after country. In the USA, about 236,000 Americans under the age of 75 have died from COVID, consisting of 148,000 men and only 88,000 women. Although that disparity may have behavioral components, it seems that biology must also play a part, and it is reasonable (but not certain) to hypothesize that androgens may be involved, since they are only present in females in limited amounts.
That said, Proxalutamide also showed a fairly high level of gastrointestinal side-effects in the test, although a bit of nausea and diarrhea seems to be a fairly good alternative to death. Once again it must be noted that only about 260 patients were studied in the Applied Biology test, although the results were statistically significant even with so few degrees of freedom.
“Nick Offerman will star alongside Lily James, Sebastian Stan, and Seth Rogen in the Hulu limited series about the theft and release of Pam Anderson and Tommy Lee’s sex tape. The eight-episode series is currently titled ‘Pam and Tommy.’”
“USSTRATCOM issued an apology in a follow-up tweet and asked users to disregard the previous post.”
This is, honest to god, a real quote from Dave Ball, the chair of the Washington County Republican Party, talking about Senator Pat Toomey:
“We did not send him there to vote his conscience. We did not send him there to do the right thing. We sent him there to represent us, and we feel very strongly that he did not represent us.”
“To hear some folks on the fringe tell it, the U.S. Geological Survey, which reported the Dec. 9 earthquake, wasn’t telling everything. What really happened, they say, is that the U.S. military dropped a bunker-buster bomb on a hidden horde of 50,000 Chinese troops.”
It is wise to remember the words of the world’s wisest philosopher:
“There is no idea too daft for people to believe and even take credit for.”
“After both losing their partners, widowed otters Pumpkin and Harris found love, and each other, thanks to an otters-only dating app.”
(I posted it as a WTF entry, but it is a cute pic of the little scamps.)
“An ‘iconic ’90s hairdo’ for men–which involves a center part and face-framing bangs, and was once rocked by celebrities including David Beckham and Leonardo DiCaprio, among other ’90s-era heartthrobs–is making a comeback via the marketing team at McDonald’s Sweden. Why would McDonald’s Sweden care, you ask? Because the hairstyle bears an alleged similarity to the fast food chain’s signature Golden Arches.”
Donald Trump truly lives in a fact-free world. The Trump of the 60s, Tricky Dick Nixon, won all three in 1960 when he lost to JFK.
That headline is literally true.
Sorry, she is clothed, but this is kind of a must-see. Odd stuff. It looks like a scene from a lost Luis Buñuel movie. Weird framing because it’s a selfie. Dog in a head cone, staring at the camera. Brother apparently singing to himself in the background. Grammy awards framed in a display. Billie slapping her chest. There must be some story behind it, but I don’t know what it is.
Not that it matters.
Cousin Eddie and Le Grand Orange – together at last.
Trump didn’t accidentally share one Randy Quaid tweet. He quite deliberately shared five of them!
Coming soon, their G-3 summit with Gary Busey.
As if the little buggers weren’t weird enough already.
They seem to be unrelated to the few other species that exhibit this characteristic, like flying squirrels and opossums. “One theory is that by absorbing and transforming UV light rather than reflecting it, platypuses can better hide from UV-sensitive predators.”
Perhaps his deal with Satan has reached the expiration date?
Danish bull semen? I wish he had called. I could have sent him some. I have a whole refrigerator full, and I’d do just about anything for ol’ Jongie, my frat brother.
(Man that guy was tough when it came to rush week. Talk about hazing! Only the toughest pledges survived getting fed to his pigs. But all in all … best exchange student ever!)