No way that itty bitty half a man is 5-foot-9. Hold up...oops. Well, everyone tries to stand tall and strong in their mugshot, lest they get Fleece Johnson'd.
I'm just glad Tom Brady can get back to his rightful position as Patriots starting QB and son of God. More so, what does this decision do for Tom Brady's electoral prospects in 2024? From ESPN:
A federal judge erased New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension Thursday for the Deflategate controversy that the NFL claimed threatened football's integrity.
U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman said NFL commissioner Roger Goodell went too far in affirming punishment of the Super Bowl-winning quarterback, criticizing him for dispensing "his own brand of industrial justice." Brady has insisted he played no role in a conspiracy to deflate footballs below the allowable limit at last season's AFC Championship Game.
Cocaine is jealous. Can we find someway to fit her in the mix? Believe it or not, Whitney Houston taught me that. Anyhow, this news deserves a viewing of "Party All The Time." From The Guardian:
As an increasing number of states look to join the four states and Washington DC in legalizing recreational marijuana, many in the alcohol industry have feared that legalized weed will cut into their existing profits.
But a few years into Colorado legalization, alcohol sales are up in the state, and those in the alcohol business have embraced their fellow industry.
In the 18 months since recreational sales were legalized in Colorado, “we’ve just seen phenomenal growth”, said Justin Martz, 32, who runs Mr B’s Wine & Spirits in downtown Denver. He noted that there was some concern initially about legalization, “but it’s really turned out to be a non-issue”. In fact, he said, “if anything it’s kind of helped us. A high tide lifts all boats.”
Bryan Simpson, spokesman for the Fort Collins craft brewery New Belgium, agreed that doomsayers in the alcohol industry were wrong. He argued that rather than alcohol and pot directly competing against one another for consumers’ dollars, the two can be mutually beneficial in boosting overall sales.
Just a note about the pictures: I'm no Tyga (not that I wouldn't want to be), and the women in these pics are actually about 30. Asian doesn't crack either, especially when under the influence of anime. From Shanghaiist:
Hundreds of young women in Taiwan have been uploading pictures of themselves online wearing DIY swimsuits made from convenience store plastic bags. The homemade one-piece has taken off, with imitators from all walks of life now posting selfies modeling little plastic bag outfits.
This is a newly documented but not unheard of addition to the Driving While Black genre, let's call it Driving With Your Eyes Open. (RawStory)
This is just too much common sense for America. Look for Walmart to restock the military grade weapons once the NRA somehow morphs this into "Obama's taking our guns and giving them to ISIS" From BBC:
US retailer Walmart has announced it will stop selling certain military-grade guns due to low sales. That includes AR-15 rifles and other semiautomatic weapons, which were only being sold at a third of the 4,600 Walmart stores in the US.
A company spokesman said the decision to stop selling the guns "wasn't political." Walmart shops carrying the guns will remove them before the store starts selling autumn merchandise.
If you're like me and have gone through tough financial times, where you had no money for necessities like liquor or Jordans, let alone food, you have probably eaten Starfish tuna. Well, it turns out they were shorting you the whole time by packing the cans with far less tuna and far more water than the government mandates. Now, thanks to a class action lawsuit, anyone who bought Starfish tuna from February 19, 2009 to October 31, 2014 is entitled to: 1) $25 in cash; or 2) a shitload ($50 worth) of tuna. File your claim at TunaLawsuit.com. (Cleveland.com)