“I checked myself out of the ICU today after a miraculous night of healing – not really an hospital type of guy. Injuries across my body but no single one will kill me – although I need to consult Alex Stella on this. The worst was having a dislocated shoulder for 32 hours before they could re-set it – worst pain I have ever felt.”
Monokini 2.0 is an art project dedicated to expanding “what is accepted and considered beautiful by designing a swimwear collection for women who have gone through breast cancer.”
Basically, if you’re a resident of Washington DC, San Francisco, or New York City, don’t look unless you feel like killing yourself today (or moving to Rochester, MN, which after adjusting for cost of living has the highest median wage in the United States).
This unnamed high school dude’s impressive Michael Jackson routine shows off some pretty awesome skills, and the crowd is understandably wild for him.
I also just got back together with mine. It’s still new, but it feels like nothing ever changed, like we just picked up where we left off. I guess there are some people you’re meant to be with.
Here’s John Oliver taking GM to task over its recent recall of 11 million vehicles (“at this point we’re approaching a Total Recall”) for problems such as steering loss, power brake failure, and “the fact that airbags, breaks, and power steering could all shut off at the same time.”
You don’t care about going to concerts anymore. You especially don’t care about getting in the front row of concerts anymore. The front row is just not important at all anymore.
According to Crossfire anchor S. E. Cupp, when it comes to global warming, the most important thing is what the public believes, not the data and facts scientists have collected (like their prediction that sea levels could rise three to five feet over the next 100 to 200 years due to climate change).
Days when no one can hear what you’re saying because you can’t stop mumbling everything you say.
Our two for one drinks, one of which was non-alcoholic, cost us $27. Really, a rum and coke and a virgin cocktail normally costs $54 for lunch? Really? We had to ask someone in charge to explain the bill to us. He said that really each drink was two drinks, so we didn’t have two drinks between us, but rather 4.