Saturday, December 10, 2016

It's Snarkurday!

I smell trouble brewing on keeping Up With The Kardastrophes and all of it over that name.

See, last May Rob Kardastrophe’s Baby Mama and Future Bride and Future Ex-Wife, Blac Chyna filed papers to trademark the name “Angela Renee Kardashian” and the Girl K’s Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney are not happy.

So the Three K’s—cuz KKK sounds bad, you know—filed  papers objecting to the trademark. Between this and the divorce that most think is in Kim’s future, now would be the time to become part of her legal team; I see coins in their future.

Anyway, the Three K’s say that seeing the name Angela Kardastrophe would be damaging to their brand and would cause “irreparable injury” to their reputation. They also accuse Chyna of “deliberately seeking to profit from the goodwill and popularity” of the Kardastrophe name.

Um, Three K’s, if Chyna marries your brother her new name will be Kardastrophe and no little lawsuit, or foot-stomping by three reality show “stars” can stop it.

Pick your battles. Kim? You’ve got a madman for a husband. Khloe? You’re just a mess. Kourtney? Rumor has it you’ve taken your alcoholic cheating  Baby Daddy back. Yeah, you don’t have time to fight Angela Kardastrophe so build a bridge and get over it.


One of the strangest stories last year was the Embryo Lawsuit between Nick Loeb and his ex-fiancée Sofia Vergara.

Sofia and Nick were together for years, and at one point, planned to have a child together via surrogacy. Nick’s sperm fertilized Sofia’s eggs in a lab, and two separate implantations were attempted, and neither stuck.  Then Nick and Sofia broke up and she married Joe Manganiello, but they still had some embryos in the freezer. Nick then sued Sofia for “custody” of the embryos because he wanted to implant them in another surrogate and raise the child by himself. Sofia maintained that the embryos belonged to both her and Nick, and until they could agree, the embryos would stay in the freezer.

Loeb’s lawsuit was filed in California, and there are still motions and judgments and filings, but now, as if possible, it’s gotten crazier.

The embryos are suing Sofia. Oh but they are; an anti-choice group is suing Vergara on behalf of the embryos, which they have named Emma and Isabella.  The main thrust of Loeb, and the anti0-choice group’s, argument is that by refusing to implant the two embryos, Sofia is “killing” them.

Except they’re frozen and can remain so indefinitely; she didn’t day trash ‘em, she said keep ‘em cool for now.

Seriously., people, lawsuits like this are what really pisses off Judge Judy.


Meanwhile back at KK ... despite her vow to nurse her lunatic husband, Kanye, back to health, there are rumors that West and Kim Kardastrophe are living apart since he left the hospital.

That Woman is spinning it that Kim is “overwhelmed” and concerned about Kanye’s relationship with their two children. A source close to the family—and you don’t get closer than inside the family—says Kanye is living apart from his family and continuing treatment for undisclosed mental health issues.

Man, how can Kanye get his act together when he’s surrounded by a Koven of Famewhores hoping to cash in on his troubles?

I kid, because we all know Kanye will spin this into a new album, a new tour, and thousands of new onstage rants.


Anderson Cooper has been with his boyfriend Benjamin Maisani for about seven years now, but prior to that, whilst playing the field, Cooper had a set of dating rules.

Now, according to Cooper, he and BFF Andy Cohen might have become a couple,. Until Andy broke one of the rules before their first date.

It seems that when Randy Andy Cooper and BFF Kelly Ripa—also Cohen’s BFF—sat down with Cohen on Watch What Happens Live, Cooper talked a lot about his love life—including his failed romance with Cohen himself.

Cooper says the two men were once set up on a blind date, but Cooper decided he wasn’t interested in Cohen before it even went down:
“Andy and I were first set up on a blind date, which never happened because we had a phone call and after two minutes I said, ‘I’m not dating this guy.’ He broke my cardinal rule… he mentioned my mom within the first four sentences of meeting me.”
Well, I bet Cohen was trying to get Gloria Vanderbilt for an episode of RHoNY and Cooper wasn’t playing. Plus, Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen? I mean, they’d make a good couple because they wouldn’t have to get new monogrammed towels, but other than that ... ick.

Cooper can do so much better ... and did. Benjamin Maisani is hot.


So, Luke Bryan, country singer. He’s kinda cute, but also kinda hot-headed.

Apparently at a recent concert, a guy was standing in the front row and ALLEGEDLY acting like a d-bag. He ALLEGEDLY GAVE Luke the finger, and not the good one, and Luke came off-stage and, holding the mic in his hand, smacked the guy in the side of the head.

But this isn’t the first time fans at Bryan’s shows have offended the singer; apparently it’s a “thing.” One night a fan waved a sign that read:
“We can see your camel toe.”
Apparently Luke likes his jeans tight.
But now his team is spinning the bashing by saying the man who got mic dropped was being rude to Luke, and to military veterans for whom the concert was raising money:
“A man in [the] front row was making crude hand gestures toward Luke during his performance. It was insulting not only to him, but more importantly to the men, women and families sitting around him who were there to support and celebrate Charlie Daniels and the efforts of raising money for the military veterans – some of who were in the audience. The concert security personnel saw the man’s disruptive actions of the event and he was escorted out.”
Yeah, that only sounds like the man was being a dick to Luke and not any of the vets so, yeah, Luke has a temper and likes to do the smackdown.

Maybe his jeans are too tight.


This is funny ... Paris Hilton has crawled out from somewhere to tell us that she was just acting dumb all these years and she’s really really really really really smart, y’all.

With 17 product lines and 70 overseas stores, Hilton has built an empire, of sorts, and wants everyone to recognize it:
“I am a very hardworking businesswoman and entrepreneur, and that’s what I want to be known as now.”
Sorry, Paris, you’ll always be that dim-bulb blonde from a  reality show who strutted around in nighties and negligees and said “That’s hot.”

Friday, December 09, 2016

PR 15, Ep 12: Austin Trippy

Heidi and Tim lead off with a little Cotton-Eyed Joe as they meet the designtestants on the runway, and Heidi is also rocking a Southern accent—she’s nearly as bad at them as Carlos, who thinks is he talks in a higher pitch it’s an accent.

But it’s all in fun because she has a little trip planned for the Final Five ... to Austin, Texas, a town whose motto is ‘Keep Austin Weird.’ So, after a brief montage of planes flying and scenery changing from skyscrapers to farmland, the designers land in Austin and head to ... blatant product placement ... the local Best Western. After checking in, they head out to the pool to meet up with Tim and PR Alum, and very toothy-, Nick Verreos, who explains some mumbo-jumbo about teaming up with Best Western for a new modern sleek hotel that has absolutely nothing to do with the challenge but it does give the show free rooms for cats and crew, I guess.

Tim and Nick tell the designers that they must create a high fashion look inspired by Austin using unconventional materials ... yes, another unconventional challenge ... from Georgetown Farm Supply: America’s Country Store, and from Stubb’s BBQ. And this week’s winner gets 50 ... five-oh as Nick toothfully exclaims ... free nights at Best Western anywhere ... thank you product placement ... and be sent directly to The Tents.

But, as happens in the final episode before fashion week in almost every PR season, there’s a twist. What? Twist? Who? After the designers return to NYC and begin work, Tim tells them that they must also create a second look, a companion piece, for the unconventional look, but it will be made of conventional fabrics.

Let the panic ensue and let’s rip ...
ERIN
Erin goes for the weird, grabbing dried mealworms at the farm store, and then stocking up on sunshades, buttons and guitar pics at the BBQ joint.

She has a plan of creating guitar pic flowers and then adding dried mealworms, spray-painted gold, to the inside for a flower detail; I must admit, it’s very cool and ambitious.

But, while time likes the idea, he finds the simple A-line dress upon which to attach the flowers a bit too basic. Erin scraps that and creates a sort of halter-top for the flowers with a rope belt and flirty little sunshade skirt.

For her more conventional look, Erin picks a hideous pineapple fabric and turns it into a jumpsuit with floppy, too long, too short, sleeves.

WHAT SHE SAID
UNCONVENTIONAL LOOK
I’m really excited about the worms on my dress.

CONVENTIONAL LOOK
I think what I made is awesome.

WHAT I SAID
UNCONVENTIONAL LOOK
I love the top, though the skirt is nothing special; it does seem kind of top heavy and low-waisted.
CONVENTIONAL LOOK
Cheap and ugly. That’s what I got, folks.

WHAT THE JUDGES SAID
UNCONVENTIONAL
Zap was wowed by the use of mealworms, and the 3D textured top. The Beautiful Georgina Chapman™ called the texture incredible and snappy while Heidi did love the top, but wasn’t so fond of the bottom. Guest judge, actress Priyanka Chopra dubbed it a couture piece while Nina thought it was the most bizarre combination she’d ever seen on the PR, but loved it.
CONVENTIONAL
Zac says “a million girls” would wear it, though The Beautiful Georgina Chapman™ points out “construction issues.” Heidi loves the hideous print—she always loves a hideous print, she was wearing a hideous print, while Priyanka called it great. Nina, however, was not amused by the pajama-ness of the look and says Erin didn’t push herself.
ROBERI
He is mostly inspired by twine from the farm store—perhaps in hopes of tying Erin’s hands to keep her from The Tents? –and with electronic cords from Stubb’s. He says he wants to create an Anxiety Dress because he loves to knot, macramé, when he’s anxious. The anxiety really sets in because, when told he needs to do a second look, Roberi is nowhere near done with the first.

When Tim sees the knots he wonders about the “modesty factor” but Roberi creates a flesh-toned underpiece for the model so, no ladybits.

Tim also sees that Roberi hasn’t even started the second look—cue anxiety for Tim—and he is in a “mad panic.”

Cue my anxiety. But the Conventional look does get finished, and is a mixture of different fabrics in another swooping motion—kind of reminiscent of last week’s curved metal pieces.

WHAT HE SAID
UNCONVENTIONAL LOOK
I’m very excited.

CONVENTIONAL LOOK
It’s powerful.

WHAT I SAID
UNCONVENTIONAL LOOK
It’s a work of art ... or an elaborate plant holder.
CONVENTIONAL LOOK
I’m amazed at how he mixes patterns and colors, and this look really compares well with the unconventional look.

WHAT THE JUDGES SAID
UNCONVENTIONAL
Zac likes its “folkloric” 1970s vibe, while The Beautiful Georgina Chapman calls it magical and beautiful and like a fairy tale, though she hates the exposed belly button; I’m guessing she never designed for Cher ... ? Priyanka calls it a work of art while Heidi said it was a gutsy move to knot an entire dress. Nina loved its organic nature and said his two looks worked the best together.
CONVENTIONAL
Priyanka loved the mix of fabrics, calling it striking, and Heidi said it “read” well. Zac said the seams in the second look mimicked the curving of the knots in the first piece and The Beautiful Georgina Chapman™ loved the journey of the differing textiles. Nina simply said it was “stellar.”
CORNELIUS
He decided to let his hands think and give his mind a rest, and so his hands selected dog treats and plastic cups.

He first tried spraying the dog teats white, because he said they were looking a little too “moo moo cow” but then he scraps the treats entirely. He’s left with plastic cups ... plastic cups ... every season someone makes a look of plastic cups!

It’s enough! But not for Tim, who tells Cornelius he needs more plastic cup flowers on the dress.

As for his Conventional look, Tim thinks the idea of a jumper-romper ... what’s the difference, I ask you ... is simple and safe because there are plastic flowers to be glued together!

WHAT HE SAID
UNCONVENTIONAL LOOK
It speaks to my aesthetic.

CONVENTIONAL LOOK
I’m excited it’s finished.

WHAT I SAID
UNCONVENTIONAL LOOK
It speaks to my desire to see no more plastic cups on the PR Unconventional Challenge. EVER!!!
CONVENTIONAL LOOK
This was a winner, sleek and chic and sexy.

WHAT THE JUDGES SAID
UNCONVENTIONAL
Heidi loves the texture and says she didn’t know what it was .... PLASTIC CUPS, KLUM!! The Beautiful Georgina Chapman™ was amazed by the cups ... Really? ... but thought it was “unresolved” and had more impact while it walked, but turned sad standing still. Nina praised him for taking a chance ... Really, Nina? ... while Zac said it had been done before ... Thank you! ... and looked like a craft project. Priyanka simply said it look unfinished.
CONVENTIONAL
The Beautiful Georgina Chapman™ dubbed it a “perfect little jumpsuit” and Nina was surprised it came from Cornelius, though she hated that the hair covered up the gold details. Priyanka loved the fit of the jumpsuit, especially from the rear.
LAURENCE
Laurence, slow and steady, picks up leather horse straps, but then, thankfully, sidesteps into birdseed.

She uses the straps, the seeds, some ropes, a few napkins to create a flirty Little Birdseed Dress, or LBD. Then, in a great leap outside her comfort zone, she opts for a Gulden’s Brown Mustard fabric for her conventional look and I will give her props for staying away from the black.

Tim isn’t a fan of the muslin inside the skirt pleats and Laurence fixes that by adding napkins dyed a blue-gray; he is happy with the Conventional piece because it’s safe and she needs to focus on Feeding The Birds.

WHAT SHE SAID
UNCONVENTIONAL LOOK
I never thought about high fashion like that before.

CONVENTIONAL LOOK
It’s just all right.

WHAT I SAID
UNCONVENTIONAL LOOK
I think the bluish napkins inside the pleats take it from being too monotone and make it much better.
CONVENTIONAL LOOK
I love the slinkiness of it, and the sexy back.

WHAT THE JUDGES SAID
UNCONVENTIONAL
Nina called it “extraordinary” and loved that Laurence did something surprising. The Beautiful Georgina Chapman™ loved its sweet and naughty quality and called it wonderful. Priyanka thought it unbelievable that it was birdseed and harnesses, while Zac called it successful if a bit of a costume ... there was a bad comment ... Xena The Warrior Birdseed ... that fell flat. Heidi loved it but saw a dirndl and wanted a beer; she also felt the skirt was messy.
CONVENTIONAL
Nina loved the sexy back and felt the look paired well with the showstopper Birdseed Dress, while The Beautiful Georgina Chapman™ was having difficulty with the color. Priyanka, however, called it chic and fun, but Zac dubbed it boring. Heidi was also bored, but mostly by the “poopy” color.
RIK
Again, Rik is adorable and just seems so nice; there, I said it again.

At Georgetown Farm Supply, Rik also went for leather harnesses—perhaps he’s also kinky—and at Stubb’s he picked vinyl records and guitar straps and cowboy boots.

His unconventional look will be black—Rik is kind of Goth like that and I wish he’d step away from an all-black look—with broken bits of records for shine, and harnesses on the shoulders and in back.

Rik also works fats and when Tim comes by he has his two looks nearly done. But ... Tim calls the conventional look “country bumpkin” and so Rik reworks it a little, and then starts to distress it a little to give it some edge.

WHAT HE SAID
UNCONVENTIONAL LOOK
I’m really excites, it’s very polished.

CONVENTIONAL LOOK
It may be a little too young. I’m nervous.

WHAT I SAID
UNCONVENTIONAL LOOK
It’s pretty but is it enough? 
CONVENTIONAL LOOK
The shredded pieces, especially the one on the back, seem off; plus, it’s just so safe.

WHAT THE JUDGES SAID
UNCONVENTIONAL
Priyanka loves it, loves the back and calls it edgy and sexy and dangerous and epic. Zac loves the shine of the broken records, but laments that the bottom—made up of dog leashes and guitar straps—look too much like a Leger bandage dress. He does say it’s impeccably crafted. Nina said it was so perfect it almost lacked humor; I didn’t get that, but Rik nodded, so who am I to take on Nina? The Beautiful Georgina Chapman™ called it beautifully executed but thought the dog leashes on the bodice brought it down. Heidi was also amazed that Rik’s unconventional looks always look like they’re ready to be sold at any store.
CONVENTIONAL
Zac thought it lacked personality and Nina thought it looked unfinished. Heidi said it wasn’t memorable, and The Beautiful Georgina Chapman™ thought it was panicked.
Clearly Roberi would win, because his two looks were both fantastic and different and yet worked well as companion pieces.

Roberi heads to The Tents. He is followed by Erin—who clearly thought she should win—and Laurence.

That leaves Sweet Rik and Cornelius in The Bottom. I told Carlos I would throw a shoe at the TV if Rik was Auf’d and, well, we’ve had a lot of car repairs this week, so a new TV would be out.

Luckily, Rik is safe, and Cornelius gets sent home.
Enough with the unconventional challenges. I know people like them but if I see one more dress made out of plastic cups or seeds or napkins, I’m’a go Elvis on the TV and throw a fried banana sammich at it.

LINES OF THE NIGHT:
Erin:
“I won the last two unconventional challenges, so I’m really hoping to win this. Make it a trifecta of unconventiality.”
Unconventiality? Not.A.Word.  

Roberi:
“Cornelius is buying an insane amount of dog treats. I don’t know what he’s going to do with that ... maybe a soup?”
Soup might have been a good choice for his last meal? Too soon?

Roberi:
“Tim, we’re wondering if you want to have a skinny dip with us?”
Tim:
“I don’t think you want to see Grandpa.”
Is that what he calls Little Tim?

So, Roberi, Erin, Rik and Laurence will be at The Tents. And, while I find Rik just so darn sweet and cute, I’d probably be happy with anyone winning the show—though, maybe, maybe, not Erin because she thinks she should win.

Still, Roberi has the edge going into it ....

What did YOU think?

I Didn't Say It ...

Brian Stelter, CNN media reporter, on _____ and fake news:

“Yeah, President-elect _____ is many things. To his voters, he’s a beloved figure. But one of the things he is, is a theorist. And he’s also in a few different cases tweeted out links to clearly fake news stories. Now, that hasn’t happened in recent days. I would say it’s been about a week since he tweeted something that was clearly false — he said there have been millions of illegal votes. That didn’t happen.”

And remember he also said he saw thousands of Muslims in New Jersey cheering on 9/11; he just said Boeing was billing the US $4 billion for a plane—it’s billing us $170 million.
He’s the Kingmaker of Fake News or at least he’s stupid enough to buy into it.
Wayne LaPierre, HBIC at the NRA, gleefully cheering a _____ presidency because it means more guns:

“This is our historic moment to go on offense and to defeat the forces that have aligned against our freedom once and for all. The individual right to carry a firearm in defense of our lives and our families does not and should not end at any state line.”

One NRA goal is getting Congress to pass a law requiring all states to recognize concealed-carry handgun permits issued by any other state. Law enforcement organizations warn the change would mean encountering more guns during traffic stops and in tourist areas, and say there is no way to easily check the validity of an out-of-state firearm permit because there is no nationwide database. Another goal is to eliminate gun-free zones at schools and reduce requirements for background checks.
Resist.
Tom Ford, saying all men need to be sexually penetrated:

“I think it would help them understand women. It’s such a vulnerable position to be in, and it’s such a passive position to be in. And there’s such an invasion, in a way, that even if it’s consensual, it’s just very personal. I think there’s a psyche that happens because of it that makes you understand and appreciate what women go through their whole life, because it’s not just sexual, it’s a complete setup of the way the world works, that one sex has the ability to literally—and is expected to and is wanted to—but also there’s an invasion. And I think that that’s something most men do not understand at all.”

Hey, Tom, stick to design and the occasional movie, because this is just nonsense.
Hillary Clinton, the Popular Vote President, on Fake News:

“Let me just mention one threat in particular that should concern all Americans… the epidemic of malicious fake news and false propaganda that flooded social media over the past year. It’s now clear that so-called ‘fake news’ can have real world consequences. This isn’t about politics or partisanship. Lives are at risk. Lives of ordinary people just trying to go about their days, to do their jobs, contribute to their communities.”

Clinton seemed to be speaking of Pizzagate, a fake news story that a DC pizza shop was being used as part of a child sex-ring run by Clinton and John Podesta.
And, yes, some idiot bought into that story took a gun to that pizza shop and began shooting.
PS the son of one of _____’s cabinet choices helped perpetuate that fake news story.
President Obama, on the Passing of John Glenn:

“When John Glenn blasted off from Cape Canaveral atop an Atlas rocket in 1962, he lifted the hopes of a nation.  And when his Friendship 7 spacecraft splashed down a few hours later, the first American to orbit the Earth reminded us that with courage and a spirit of discovery there's no limit to the heights we can reach together.  With John's passing, our nation has lost an icon and Michelle and I have lost a friend.  John spent his life breaking barriers, from defending our freedom as a decorated Marine Corps fighter pilot in World War II and Korea, to setting a transcontinental speed record, to becoming, at age 77, the oldest human to touch the stars.  John always had the right stuff, inspiring generations of scientists, engineers and astronauts who will take us to Mars and beyond--not just to visit, but to stay.  Today, the people of Ohio remember a devoted public servant who represented his fellow Buckeyes in the U.S. Senate for a quarter century and who fought to keep America a leader in science and technology.  Our thoughts are with his beloved wife Annie, their children John and Carolyn and the entire Glenn family.  The last of America's first astronauts has left us, but propelled by their example we know that our future here on Earth compels us to keep reaching for the heavens.  On behalf of a grateful nation, Godspeed, John Glenn.”

RIP.

Thursday, December 08, 2016

Random Musings

First, a little back story that I’ve shared before ... When we lived in Miami Carlos’ boss took his entire staff, and their loved ones, to a Marlins game. When Carlos asked if I wanted to go, I said Yes immediately; I used to go to Giants and Dodgers games at Candlestick Park as a kid with my family and I love being at a baseball game.

Carlos? He’d never seen a game before. 

So, we’re at the game, the Marlins are at back; three outs later the other team—I can’t remember who they were playing—was up and soon enough they were also out.

Carlos stands up and says, “That was a good game,” and starts to leave.

I say, “That was the first inning; there are at least eight more.”

Carlos, “But both sides played.”

Cut to this week, and we’re watching Jeopardy and there is an answer about baseball, and which player gets the win when their team bests the other.

“What is a pitcher?” I ask ... correctly.

Carlos, bless his heart, says, “Is he the one that throws the ball?
Well, someone doesn’t want anyone to know his business ... President-elect _____ has ordered all members of his transition team sign a code of ethics with a pretty significant lobbying ban, but they were also ordered to sign a non-disclosure agreement to make certain they keep all of their work confidential.

Yeah, a _____ White House is gonna be soooo transparent.

Let the impeachment begin ...
Leah Remini, actress and ex-Scientologist, has a new show on A&E about the “religion,” and she’s telling all kinds of secrets and interviewing all kinds of folks who left the cult.

On Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath, she talks about how those who break the rules in the cult, no matter how high up—well, except for the untouchable Little Tommy Cruise—the punishments are severe. One woman, who was in the cult for nearly thirty years, began asking questions and she was sent to a camp where guards stood outside her room in the barracks and guards stood outside the barracks and guards stood near the barbed wire fence surrounding the “camp.” In the camp, these cult-members who disappointed the leadership, AKA David Miscavige, Tommy's BFF, were forced to do manual labor for up to twelve or fourteen hours a day.

Imagine the outrage if, say, the Catholic Church, treated those who chose to leave their faith that way. But the Co$ is all about money and secrecy and lies, so no one knows what goes on in there.

Check out the show on A&E; it’s fascinating.
Okay Gays, and some of you Straights, put down the razors ... but don’t put ‘em down there.

Apparently, people who opt to change their, um, “carpets” for “hardwoods” or “linoleum” at least once in their lifetimes are nearly twice as likely to have had at least one STD. 

“Extreme groomers”—those who shave all their pubic hair off at least 11 times a year—are more than four times as likely to have had an infection. 

So, while you may like a smooth playing surface, apparently it comes with a risk.
So, earlier this week President-elect _____ bashed Boeing on Twitter, declaring the company’s costs “out of control,” and saying the government should cancel an order with the company for two new Air Force One jets. _____ said the costs were over $4 billion which, were that true, would have been out of control, but the costs were roughly $170 million, far less than the _____Lie mentioned.

But also odd, is that the Tweetsplosion by _____ came within an hour after the Chicago Tribune published  a column where Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg criticized _____’s trade rhetoric against China.

President-elect _____ also went after United Steelworkers 1999 President Chuck Jones who claims the Twitter-in-Chief-To-Be "lied his ass off" about the terms of the deal to keep Carrier manufacturing jobs in the United States.

Yup, this will be a _____ presidency where he spends all his time Tweeting about the people who are mean to him.

And with so many people worldwide not liking this orange glob of Play-Doh—emphasis on the Doh—he’ll be spending all his time Tweeting. And that might actually be a good thing because he’ll never get any real work done.
Bishop Daniel Obinim, a homophobic preacher in Ghana, says he can, um, increase the size of a man’s penis using a ‘massage ritual’.Yes, the homophobe places his hands on a man’s crotch and rubs it vigorously to make the penis grow—though oddly, once his rubbing ritual stops, the penis goes back to its original size.

He thinks it’s magic ... and he also thinks he’s not the biggest queer of ‘em all.

Here he is, at, um, work:
Chris Evans is hot ... and political ... and has a good sense of humor because he obviously doesn’t live in Dumbfuckistan.
So sorry Pat.

North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory has conceded to Attorney General Roy Cooper in the state’s gubernatorial race.

Finally, we can consider him #Flushed
I found it especially ironic that President-elect _____ had another SNL Tweetsplosion after the show aired a skit about how much he Tweets.

The man doesn’t get it.
Remember last year when greedy motherf**king asshat Martin Shkreli bought Turing Pharmaceuticals and almost immediately increased the price of Daraprim—used to treat certain types of malaria as well as toxoplasmosis, a rare and life-threatening infection—from $13.50 a tablet to $750.00 a tablet?

Well, a group students in Australia, ages 16 and 17, tried to recreate the drug molecule in their school laboratory and they succeeded, making the drug for just $2.00 a pill.

On Twitter Shkreli dismissed the student’s achievement:

“How is that showing anyone up? Almost any drug can be made at small scale for a low price."

One student, Leonard Milan, took Shkreli down by saying:

“If you follow his overpriced method using toxic chemicals in an industrial lab it’s easy, but the fact that we were able to substitute some really toxic gasses with simple school-available chemicals and do it so cheaply demonstrates the absurdity of some of his justifications for the price. “I think Martin is an attention-seeking businessman, the way he responds to every Twitter post made threatening him, bragging about how he can do whatever he wants reflects this.”

Douche.
Yes, this is a Tweet from me, but it makes me giggle every time I see so I chose it for this weeks’ win.

Sue me, I’m funny.