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Is Khlo Kardashian Showing Off Her Baby Bump In This New Instagram?

by Mark Anderson
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Another day, another tidbit of possible news in the is-Khloé-Kardashian-pregnant-or-isn’t-she debacle of 2017. I tell ya, we’re living through history, folks. Literally yesterday I raised some (in my opinion) very valid questions surrounding Khloé’s pregnancy. Mainly, if she is pregnant, how is she so fucking skinny? Well, I am now pretty sure that Khloé Kardashian reads Betches, because her latest Instagram just might confirm the pregnancy reports. Khloé posted a picture where she is resting her hand on her stomach, or should I say, her baby bump? I’ll let you all look at the photo and then decide. Since rumors […]

Even old age cant dent my mums sexual appetite

by Mark Anderson
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There was an electrician, a wrestler, a couple of property developers, a fur dealer, a couple of journalists Aged nearly 90, men are still her hobby, and she encourages me to have affairs too One day, aged 12, I forgot my packed lunch for school, so I walked home at lunchtime. But as I put my hand on the garden gate, I stopped. Instead of walking down the path, I veered off to the public phone box. I called Mum to check if the coast was clear of her current lover. It wasnt. I hung around for 10 minutes and […]

Trump administration rolls back ObamaCare contraceptive mandate

by Mark Anderson
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close Trump signs executive order to promote religious liberty The Trump administration on Friday announced a major rollback of the ObamaCare contraceptive mandate, granting what officials called “full protection” to a wide range of companies and organizations that claim a “religious or moral objection” to providing the coverage.  The mandate, which has been the subject of multiple legal challenges, has required employers that provide health insurance to include contraceptive coverage.  Under the existing policy, churches and houses of worship were exempt, while religious-affiliated groups who object had to allow a third-party administrator or insurer to handle birth control coverage. The […]

Las Vegas shooter recalled as intelligent gambler well-versed on gun rights

by Mark Anderson
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Australian partner of Stephen Paddocks girlfriends sister recalls a man who was extremely intelligent, methodical, conservative guarded and strategic An Australian man who came to know Stephen Paddock intimately in recent years has offered the most detailed public portrait yet of the Las Vegas mass killer. He said Paddock was a highly intelligent, strategic though guarded individual who won a fortune applying algorithms to gambling, and studied arguments for his right to own weapons under the US constitution. Their encounters came via their respective girlfriends, Philippine-born sisters one of whom, Marilou Danley, has returned to the US to be interviewed […]

The Disaster Artist review James Franco’s ode to bad film-making is a riot

by Mark Anderson
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The story behind cult movie The Room is brought to life with affection and painstaking detail and features a staggering transformation from the lead One of the overriding questions one has while enduring a particularly awful film is, with all of the talented out-of-work film-makers in Hollywood, just how on earth did this get made? Did no one take the time to really read the script? Couldnt someone spot the signs during production? Didnt anyone try to burn all available copies of the film before it limped onto the screen? Theres a certain sadistic pleasure in not only watching a […]

Trump picks active tweeter, Hobby Lobby case lawyer for appeals court

by Mark Anderson
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Washington (CNN)The White House will announce four nominees for the 5th US Circuit Court of Appeals, a conservative-leaning court that has ruled against key Obama-era initiatives, including on immigration, two sources tell CNN. The four are: Texas Supreme Court Justice Don R. Willett; Kyle Duncan, a private lawyer and former general counsel of the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty; Kurt D. Engelhardt, currently the chief judge of the Eastern District of Louisiana; and former Texas Solicitor General James C. Ho. The court, which handles cases from Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi, has 17 active judges, a majority of whom were nominated […]

Use an iPhone? Heres what this Trump-linked data firm knows about you.

by Mark Anderson
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Do you like to read? Consider yourself a political buff? Shopped at H&M recently? Then you’re probably an iPhone user, according to Cambridge Analytica, the international data analytics group with deep ties to President Donald Trump‘s election victory. A study from the data firm reveals information on the shopping habits, hobbies, car ownership, and preferred news sources of Apple, Android, and Windows users, providing insight into the increasingly merging world of consumerism and politics. Cambridge Analytica did not answer questions related to methodology or the study’s intended purpose, but it did provide the full results. Fortune reported that some of the […]

The hobby that keeps me sane, part 2.

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‘I ran away with the circus, literally!’

by Mark Anderson
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Image copyright Alanna Baker Image caption Baker began practising gymnastics at the age of five “You wouldn’t fuel a car with the wrong gas. So if you give your body the right fuel, food, the right exercise, you can do whatever you want.” Ahead of the British debut of Cirque du Soleil’s OVO, performer and choreographer Alanna Baker is telling BBC News that discipline is the key to surviving the show’s intensive touring schedule. “To me your body is a work of art,” she says. “You should love your body, treat it how you want to be treated. It’s what […]

Why Old People Think Millennials Are Killing The World

by Mark Anderson
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I can’t take another article about millennials. Which is ironic, since the title of this article will likely have the word “millennials” in it. Since it’s sort of about … you know, millennials. I say “sort of” because I don’t think the tidal wave of “MILLENNIALS ARE KILLING ____” pieces are really about them. Not at their core. When you really break them down, these articles are about my generation. And my parents’ generation. And every generation that has ever existed since the dawn of humans. Yes, they’re phrased as “Millennials are killing X industry, and that’s bad,” but what […]