GOP Presidential nominee Donald Trump made a grotesque little cameo appearance in a Playboy softcore porn video released back in 2000. Do not worry, the appearance was very brief and he kept his clothes on. Because Jesus loves you.
“Beauty is beauty, and let’s see what happens with New York,” Trump says in the Playboy video.
You can watch it right here.
Former Escambia County, Florida deputy Michael Wohlers visited Stephanie Byron in June 2015 at the apartment building where she worked, where he stole her glass of sweet tea and refused to return it. When Byron approached Wohlers to get her drink back, he tased her in the chest and throat, then jumped on her supine body, knelt on her chest, and removed the taser prods, apparently to try to cover up his wrongdoing.
If you thought soccer’s world cup being awarded to baking-hot Qatar marked the zenith of sporting corruption, give FIDE a chance: the international chess federation’s forthcoming world championship is headed to Iran, and women players must wear the hijab to compete. UK tabloids quote leading women chess players as threatening to quit the tournament rather than obey.
US women’s champion Nazi Paikidze said: ‘It is absolutely unacceptable to host one of the most important women’s tournaments in a venue where, to this day, women are forced to cover up with a hijab.
‘I understand and respect cultural differences. But, failing to comply can lead to imprisonment and women’s rights are being severely restricted in general. It does not feel safe for women from around the world to play here.’
She added: ‘If the situation remains unchanged, I will most certainly not participate in this event.’
It’s insane, but entirely in keeping with FIDE’s brainier-than-thou shiftiness, to think that Tehran is a good place to host the key event on their highly-politicized mind game’s calendar. For starters, there’s a current U.S. government travel warning telling citizens not to go there at all.
(I would go, but wear a Burka)
The world’s greatest living tennis player wrote something on Facebook today about police killings of unarmed black Americans.
A friend in France sent me an email one day and wrote, “You have to watch this Japanese movie ‘Ring.’ It’s very special.” Since he likes horror films as much as I do, his words carried weight. But in 1998 it wasn’t easy to find a copy, and I had to nose around a bit before finally locating a DVD on amazon.co.uk.
As you can see from the photo above, it’s one creepy-ass film. There’s a moment at the end which, if watched in blissful ignorance of what’s going to happen, and in a dark room, the hair on the back of your neck will stand up. If for some reason you haven’t seen the movie, then watch it without reading anything about it in advance.
Like all good horror in the past few decades, it was recently turned into a parody where Sadako (the creepy lady with pale skin and long black hair in Ring ) eventually faces off against the Kayako (the creepy lady with pale skin and long black hair from another excellent Japanese horror film, Ju-on [The Grudge]) and her son, who is seen below. The new film is supposedly funny (in a good way), though I haven’t see it yet, so who knows.
The new film is supposedly funny (in a good way), though I haven’t see it yet, so who knows. I guess it’s the Japanese version of Freddie vs. Jason, which sucked. Or Alien vs. Predator, which sucked even more. (Frankenstin Meets The Wolfman still remains good fun.) But those films weren’t supposedly to be intentionally funny. Shall we next see Michael Myers as a stand-up comedian?
But if you’re into that sort of thing, then this self-referential Japanese TV commercial has Sadako doing battle with a Snickers candy bar! I prefer Milky Way Dark, but if Sadako insists I eat a Snickers bar, who am I to say no?
Via Rocket News
The fellow who posted this video said, “I wanted to get medicated, so I asked the driver if I could smoke. He clearly said ‘yes,’ so I did. In New Orleans, marijuana has been decriminalized, so I didn’t see the problem. But he did, so I got ejected.”
Travel writer Ben Schlappig uses something called “mileage running” to accumulate lots of travel miles.
Mileage running works by collecting miles on cheap flights and spending them on expensive ones. Over a week, Ben might take over 30 discounted flights. They only cost him $800 and he’ll earn over 62500 air miles. He then uses those miles to buy a first class ticket to Japan, which would have cost him $13,000.