Simply remarkable. I cannot stand around with a swimsuit wedgie for more than a minute before I have to dig it out like some Chilean miners after a cave-in. How Lea Michele can tolerate it must mean she has the resolve of Zen Master. Or maybe the reason why she is gripping that rope so tight is because she finds it as irritating as I do, but knows it makes for a good photo.
I bet she would only get half as many Insta-likes if she had the picture taken after having picked the wedgie out. It is a sad reality in this world that beauty correlates with pain, but if it didn’t then anyone could end up being beautiful and where would that leave us? With a bunch of happy, pretty people? No, thanks. I am happy having beautiful people who are miserable because of the constant discomfort, and ugly people who are miserable because of the constant ugliness. I think the Japanese call that “balance”.
Maybe I should start working on my own wedgie tolerance. There is no telling when that type of ability might come in handy. I would hate to lose my opportunity with Mrs. Right just because I have an undefined butt.
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There must be even more going on here than just effective co-parenting, because that implies two parents are…well, parenting. But there has got to be more than just two people dipping their hands into the raising of these two’s kids. I mean, somebody is taking the photo of them on the bed, and that doesn’t even include all of the children. Where are the other two children?
If other people are raising them then that does not count as co-parenting, that is simply outsourcing and last I checked our society was against it. Outsourcing is always taking jobs away from people, and in this case those people are the actual parents.
I don’t want this to seem like I am criticizing their parenting, because I am not. I want Kourtney to keep on doing whatever is necessary in order for her to maintain that fabulous mom bod. She can keep on outsourcing even more responsibilities. I do not know what that would entail, but I support it. Maybe she could hire some stand-ins to ingest all of the toxic food and fluids she would normally have so that her health continues to stay at the top.
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Steph Curry went on the Winning It podcast, hosted by Vince Carter, Kent Bazemore and Annie Finberg and said he thinks we faked the moon landing. According to The New York Times, Curry brought up the topic, and everyone on the show agreed the moon landing was a hoax.
“We ever been to the moon?” he asked.
The others, in unison, agreed that the answer was no.
“They’re going to come get us,” Curry replied. “Sorry, I don’t want to start conspiracies.”
Finberg expressed some skepticism, asking Curry to clarify, and he said he did not believe the United States had landed on the moon, leading to a short discussion of some of the more popular conspiracy theories, including one asserting that the film director Stanley Kubrick had staged the entire thing.
The faking of the moon landing is one of the more believable conspiracy theories. While a lot of NBA players apparently believe the Earth is flat, anyone who ties a camera and a GPS to a helium balloon can see pictures of the curvature of the Earth.
The moon landing, however, is a little trickier. Like a dystopian science fiction novel, we can’t actually replicate the technology we used to get to the moon today; another manned lunar mission would essentially require rebuilding the Apollo project from the drawing board. The Van Allen radiation belt also provides a challenge, one that was mostly overcome by good navigation. But the combination of the difficulty of a moon landing and our current inability to reproduce it makes the conspiracy that we never landed on the moon more appealing.
But there’s actual physical proof we landed on the moon. We can’t see the flags or the lunar landers from Earth, but there is a way to prove that man-made objects exist on the moon. The Apollo 11 astronauts set up a retroreflector on the surface of the moon which will reflect any light that hits it back in the direction it originated in. You can actually shoot a laser beam at the moon and have i bounce back. This not only shows that the Apollo astronauts landed on the moon, but since the speed of light is constant, by measuring the time it takes for the laser to return to Earth from the moon, we can calculate the exact distance of the moon from the Earth. That distance isn’t constant, though, and varies from 225,623 miles to 252,088 miles away, though it gets a little farther away (about an inch and a half) every year. Which we know because we can measure it, thanks to the Apollo astronauts.
Of course, there’s speculation Curry actually knows this, and in addition to NASA inviting Curry to see proof of the moon landing, Houston Rockets GM tweaked Curry over the statement on Twitter.
— Daryl Morey (@dmorey) December 11, 2018
When you put it like that, it seems highly unlikely the moon landing even could have been faked, logistically. This is where most conspiracy theories fall apart; they rely on the silence of too many people to ever be true.
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Well, we didn't see this one coming.
Then again, that's been true of pretty much every news story involving Charlie Sheen for at least the past decade.
Everyone's favorite dragon-blooded warlock from Mars took to Twitter today to reveal that he's been sober for a full year.
Sheen tweeted a photo of his newly-acquired anniversary chip from Alcoholics Anonymous along with a characteristically enthusiastic caption.
“So, THIS happened yesterday! a fabulous moment, in my renewed journey,” wrote Sheen.
He added the hashtag: “#TotallyFocused.”
We've joked around over the years about Sheen being more cocaine than man, but we'd like to take this opportunity to congratulate on adopting a healthier lifestyle.
We probably don't need to tell you that Sheen's substance abuse caused some problems for the actor over the years.
Of course, what's less talked-about is the fact that the Sheenius apparently had more than a decade of sobriety under his belt at one point.
In a 2016 interview with Dr. Oz, Sheen joked that he'd attempted to quit drinking "about 2,000" times.
And it seems that at one point, he was victorious in his battle against the bottle.
“There was a stretch where I didn’t drink for 11 years. No cocaine, no booze for 11 years. So I know that I have that in me,” he said.
Sheen is HIV positive, and in the same interview, he revealed that it was his diagnosis that caused him to fall off the wagon.
“It was to suffocate the anxiety and what my life was going to become with this condition and getting so numb I didn’t think about it,” Sheen told Oz.
“It was the only tool I had at the time, so I believed that would quell a lot of that angst. A lot of that fear. And it only made it worse.”
To his credit, even in his darkest and most scandalous times, Sheen tends to be more forthcoming about his flaws than most celebs.
In the interview with Oz, Sheen was asked to provide three words to describe his old self and three to describe his current self.
The actor said he used to be “hammered, fractured, crazy" and is now “focused, sober, hopeful.”
Of course, that was in January of 2016, and Sheen celebrated one year of sobriety today, so we can safely conclude that his path to recovery has had its share of roadblocks.
But as any addict or recovery expert will tell you, the important thing is to remain focused on sobriety in spite of past failures -- and it seems that's just what Charlie is doing.
We wish him all the best.
It seems like mere days ago—spoiler alert, it was six to be exact—that we were going gaga over the ladies of Mary, Queen of Scots at the film’s premiere. Being a worldly film, it only makes sense that they’d have an international premiere in a worldly city like London, which is exactly what happened.
Margot Robbie once again leads the charge, looking absolutely amazing as she always does. It’s part of what makes her one of the most incredible people on the planet. Her co-stars are no slouches, though, and they brought plenty of wattage to this high power premiere!
Gemma Chan is looking gorgeous in a cleavage baring dress, as is Eileen O’Higgins, who looks cute as a button on the red carpet! Then of course there’s Margot’s main co-star Saoirse Ronan, who always looks like she’s attending tea with the queen immediately after the screening.
Margot wins this one again, hands down, no contest. It’s almost getting ridiculous at this point, she’s going to have to start appearing in movies with supermodels for them to hope to compete with her on the film’s red carpet premiere.
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While the very notion of the film Welcome to Marwen creeps me out to no end, there’s nothing unsettling about the gorgeous women who star in the film, such as Diane Kruger! In the film, Steve Carell retreats to a fantasy world populated by gorgeous women like Leslie Mann, Eiza Gonzalez, and Gwendoline Christie in Barbie doll form. I’m not saying that every guy wouldn’t want a Barbie doll sized Eiza Gonzalez, but any potential toy tie-in for this film would perform better than the film itself.
Speaking of Gwendoline Christie, she was also at the premiere, looking stunning and statuesque as she always does. Leslie Mann, Janelle Monáe, and Merritt Wever can also be spotted in some of the pics, but the focus was clearly where it belonged, on Diane Kruger.
She truly is an ageless beauty who started her career—in Hollywood, at least—playing Helen of Troy, the most beautiful woman in history. If you ask me, she looks better now than she did in Troy fifteen years ago. It’s tough to go from all-time beauty to even more beautiful, and I couldn’t be happier for this trend to continue well into the future.
Welcome to Marwen is in theaters one week from Friday.
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On Monday, December 10, Josie Brooklyn Duggar turned nine years old.
Though the Duggars are kind of nuts, the story of Josie's premature birth at such a low weight tugged at the hearts of even their toughest critics.
In honor of Josie's birthday, the Duggar family shared throwback photos of her fight to live.
On Instagram, the Duggar family posted a series of throwback pics of Josie.
In two of the photos, she is in the urgent care nursery of the hospital.
"Josie was born on December 10, 2009," the caption reads.
They remind fans that Josie was born "at 25 1/2 weeks gestation."
She was born about three months early, folks.
"And," the caption continues. "Weighed 1 pound 6 ounces."
That is extremely, dangerously underweight.
After a lot of work and a lot of love and luck, Josie survived.
"Today is a huge milestone for her," the Duggar family wrote in their caption on Monday.
"She is a healthy, happy 9 year old," the caption affirmed.
They noted that she's a 9-year-old "that is full of energy."
That is heartwarming to hear.
"We are so thankful for everyone's prayers," the Duggar family's caption affirms.
Many fans and followers sent the family and little Josie their prayers during her health crisis.
"And," the Duggars continued, they sent their thanks to "all of the doctors and nurses at Arkansas Children's Hospital that saved her life."
They really beat the odds.
"That was the most difficult time in our family's life," the captions expressed.
"But," the Duggars concluded. "By God's grace Josie and our whole family made it through!"
As you may recall, Michelle Duggar was diagnosed with preeclampsia just before Josie's birth.
Preeclampsia, which often results in dramatic swelling as the body retains water, can even be fatal for both mother and child.
Fortunately, little Josie made it through.
Fans who have followed the Duggars for the past decade and beyond still remember Josie's harrowing fight for her life.
"I will never forget hearing about Josie’s early birth," writes one fan.
The follower continues: "I followed your updates so closely."
When thinking about a particular experience like this that is etched into your memory, 2009 doesn't seem like it was so long ago.
"I know it has been hard sharing so much of your life publicly," the fan admits.
The follower concludes: but I want to thank you for showing god's love through your family!!"
That is so sweet and affirming!
"I remember when Josie was born and so tiny," notes another fan.
The follower observes: "The power of prayer can do awesome things!"
"So many people were praying for her (including myself)!" the fan writes, clearly expressing that they played a small role in Josie's health battle.
Josie herself is absolutely adorable.
It is wonderful to see her grow and thrive (well, as much as anyone can thrive while growing up in a fertility cult on the fringes of society).
Happy birthday, Josie Brooklyn Duggar.
We of course wish her many, many more.
Does Elsa Hosk incorporate a reverse hibernation into her lifestyle? Because there was a dangerously low amount of Elsa in my life this past summer, but now it feels like every time I open up my browser there is another picture of this gorgeous girl being published.
To be clear, I will back this type of exposure one hundred percent. During the summer there is a surplus of sexy sweeties that are looking to make the most of the summer months by getting a year’s worth of photos into a three month span. There are so many that it is impossible to get through them all so some end up being wasted like those vegetables in my fridge I swore I was going to eat this time.
But what that summer surplus means is that those same women hunker down in their homes when it starts to get nippy outside. And that is where Elsa Hosk comes. While her peers are trying to heal their skin from the ten years of sun-aging that they just went through, she is making sure that the rest of us are getting our recommended daily dose of vitamin-V.
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Billboard sure does bring out the uber-attractive ladies. I feel like I’m looking at a Justice League comprised of women that are just amazing to look at. Ariana Grande’s codename can be Captain Absolutely Alright To Look At, Janelle Monae’s can be Miss Marvelous, and Ashley Graham’s superhero name can be the Gorgeous Avenger. I’m building a hero hideout fit for these queens in my house as we speak. Hopefully they decide to don it as their permanent home when they’re not out saving the day in their spectacular outfits. I know doing as many noble deeds as they do daily can get pretty tiresome. My place is perfect for them to kick their feet up.
I wonder what other super powers they have. I know Graham looks like she could leap over me in a single bound all while wearing high heels. I hope Ariana has x-ray vision and can see how hard my heart beats for the Billboard hottie. Even if they can’t climb a wall like Spiderman, or swing from skyscrapers like Batman, they’re still just as important to me. Because they’re the heroes of music and the Red Carpet. Not all heroes wear capes, sometimes they sing into a microphone and wear really nice dresses.
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Part of the fun of this weekend’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is going to be seeing a number of incarnations of the webslinger united on screen for the very first time. One that probably won’t be joining in on the fun, however, is Japanese Spider-Man or “Supaidāman” a little known version of the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man that Screen Junkies takes to task in their latest Honest Trailer.
This one’s got a ton of inside baseball stuff for Spider-Man fans and fans of nostalgic 1970s live action Japanese television. Their interpretation of who Spider-Man was and what Spider-Man can do is a delight, and this show comes highly recommended to all nostalgia freaks. It’s a bit of a slog though, I saw ten minutes of it and decided that was enough for me.
Circling back to Spider-Verse, I think it looks like a rootin’ tootin’ good time at the movies, and I certainly think that Spider-Man—as a property—is in the best care he’s been in for quite some time. I’m not a big fan of building movies around tertiary characters like Morbius, but I like where Sony’s head is at now as opposed to five years ago when they were knee deep in garbage Spider-Man movies.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse swings into theaters this coming Thursday night.