Omg, I’m so sorry, I ended moving the message to another place so I could delete all spam inbox messages (haven’t logged in for a while) and now I cannot find your message. Would you mind sending it again please and thank you.
But can you dance as beautifully?
I’m still startled by all of those R. senators and Congresscritters going to Moscow Fourth of July of ‘18. WTF? WTF? WTF?
Is it even possible to separate sports from politics?
I’M SO FUCKING HAPPY FOR YOU!
School like a mofo. THIS IS MY LAST SEMSTER I’M ALMOST DONE
Again “significant stake” is not majority ownership;
I suspect that he doesn’t “officially” have any protection detail. Costs for hired goons...sorry, personal assistants are probably being buried in some non-desscript line item in the WH budget. In the rare cases he’s seen in public but not on the WH grounds, he’s flanked by at least a couple of extremely large people…
What the fuck is up? I miss talking to you :)
Dang. Jay-Z went full sell out. You never go full sell out!
Here’s a video of the GOAT of all sports (GOATOAS?) Serena Williams destroying a drone with a serve.
Ah that sounds so much fun!
I WENT A STAR TREK CONVENTION!
Sienna Miller has spent much of her career embodying the “other woman” (Live By Night, Layer Cake) and put-upon wives (American Sniper, Foxcatcher, The Lost City Of Z). And she plays both in American Woman, a new drama from director Jake Scott and writer Brad Ingelsby. But this is still a meaty, transformative role…
In the midst of Pride, the month when we celebrate, acknowledge and continue to resist the myriad oppressions that LGBTQ+ people face, Pose actor Indya Moore was apparently assaulted by a Trump-nut.
A group of women share a home. Brightly colored tapestries and bedding cover the floor so they can sleep side by side. They keep a bird and a dog as pets. They braid each other’s hair. They sing songs to which everyone knows the words. The vibe is one of female sorority, and even factoring in all the guns the women…
For a quarter century, Susan L. Taylor was editor-in-chief and later editorial director of Essence magazine. Over the years, her name and face became synonymous with African-American female strength, beauty and grace. In her monthly column, “In the Spirit,” her message to millions of black women was simple: “Love…