Pick of the Week
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Here’s my grab-bag pick of the best illustration inspiring celebrity gossip, scandals, arts, entertainment, & just plain quirky stories & picture sexiness. A round-up for busy pervs. There’s pictures—reading optional.
Disclaimer: Any comments I make are purely satirical, totally without foundation, and gawd knows what else you’ll find in there—it’s rumoured her ginger minge carries more than D&D’s Bag of Holding!
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Pick of the best stories & pics
Rita Ora was a Moschino flesh mesh treat arriving at Capital Summertime Ball in London (cheekypopdivadigest
Jessie J flashed her knickers (celebrityoopsdigest
With an inflatable banana!
Vanessa Hudgens gave hardbody bikini candids in Hawaii (celebrityoopsdigest
Ariana Grande shook her petite badinkadink at iHeartRadio Ultimate Pool Party (cheekypopdivadigest
Beyoncé was On The Run in Miami (cheekypopdivadigest
Katy Perry got her Prismatic pussy roar on in Raleigh, New York (cheekypopdivadigest
Jennifer Lopez gave her lil’ silver bike some pedal again in Connecticut (cheekypopdivadigest
“Lindsay took some items into the changing room. Halfway through, she ran out of the room with nothing on and was chased by members of staff who were trying to cover her up. She was laughing her head off and literally giving staff the run-around as customers looked on.”
Apparently—we are lacking the pictorial evidence here alas, but sounds like it would have done Benny Hill proud.
“Lindsay was booked in for a personal shopping experience with a posh brand at the shop later that day, but it didn’t happen.”
It is unsaid if articles from said posh brand were recovered, but I hear her ginger minge looked remarkably full during her streakage.
Khloe Kardashian was all hips, thigh, giant ass and camel toe in Sherman Oaks (celebrityoopsdigest
Selena Gomez gave brave bikini cleavage on Instagram (cheekypopdivadigest
Cara Delevingne’s naked high beams were on in Bali (cheekypopdivadigest
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Arts, culture, tech. & funnies
Facebook conducted secret psychology experiment on users’ emotions (telegraph.co.uk).
“Facebook altered the tone of the users’ news feed to highlight either positive or negative posts from their friends, which were seen on their news feed. They then monitored the users‘ response, to see whether their friends’ attitude had an impact on their own. ”
Which meant those subscribed to friends posting puppies in a cup posted more puppies in a cup, there was an explosion of excitement and well-being when someone posted a picture of Batman recapturing Iraq, and that poor chap who mentioned that he thought rock music was no more controversial, authentic, non-manufactured or worldly relevant than Lady Gaga had to move to Twitter after being slapped with Kiss’ Love Gun (dailymotion.com).
Are they allowed to carry out secret psychological testing on an unsuspecting ad-targeted public?
“Facebook were able to carry out the experiment because all users have to tick a box agreeing to their terms and conditions. These include ‘internal operations, including troubleshooting, data analysis, testing, research and service improvement.’”
And your piccie of granny stroking a puppy in a cup—which you you granted Facebook a non-exclusive, transferable, sub-licensable, royalty-free, worldwide license to use—is now “liked” selling canine feast treats in Korea.
“… while adhering to the US Department of Health and Human Services’ ‘Common Rule’ (regarding informed consent and other best practice) is PNAS policy, Facebook was under no obligations to abide by the policy due to it being a private company. This is why, based on the information provided by the authors, PNAS ‘deemed it appropriate to publish the paper’.”
Experiment? What experiment? Most on Facebook forgot all about that the day after when someone poster a picture of Iron Man rescuing a puppy in a cup from Syria.
Paintings of Nigella Lawson being choked on sale on Saatchi art site (news.uk.msn.com).
“After accepting a police caution for the incident last year, which was followed by the couple’s divorce, you would expect Saatchi to distance himself from the image by Darren Udaiyan. Instead, the millionaire art collector is indirectly selling the painting—entitled Saatchi and Saatchi—through his SaatchiArt.com website and stands to profit if the controversial art finds a buyer.”
It certainly was a media story, certainly a rather distasteful one, but I’d be an absolute hypocrite to suggest I’m fit to judge what should be caricatured. Over to Charles….
“Saatchi told the Mail on Sunday: ‘Would it have been a better story if I had censored artists whose work might be personally disobliging.’”
“‘Julian’s been in the embassy for two years and it’s important that he doesn’t slip into obscurity,’ said Ben Westwood.”
Oh, indeed, I mean those concerned celeb supporters who forfeited the £200,000 bail stood for him when he hopped in to the embassy of bastion of human rights Ecuador in 2012 to claim asylum have likely tried to forget all about him, as have the supporters who lost £93,500 in surities.
With Edward Snowden having stole his thunder what is a out of the spotlight hacktivist to do when not even Russia or the Taliban can be bothered to give him interviews any more?
“Last week, he hosted a Reddit ask-me-anything session, in which he offered life advice.”
“The fugitive Australian WikiLeaks founder will give a news conference from his London hideout at 9am and may announce his intention to leave because of health issues caused by a lack of sunlight. Metropolitan Police officers have been standing outside the Knightsbridge building since he took refuge there in June 2012—a vigil costing at least £11,000 per day.
Oh, hang on, later in the day giving his “press conference”…
“Speaking after the press conference, [Wikileaks spokesman] Mr Hrafnsson said: ‘The plan is for him to leave as soon as the UK government decides to honour its obligations in relation to international agreements and calls off the siege outside—it’s as simple as that.‘”
“If he does leave the Ecuadorian embassy, Mr Assange faces immediate arrest and extradition to Sweden.”
So, seems those Ecuadoreans were keeping him in that store cupboard under stairs against his will. The rotters!
I was put up in a upstairs room that was formally a tiny store room for a time when I left home after falling out with me mum aged 16. It really wasn’t that bad actually, but then again, although I had no where else to go, that was my choice and I wasn’t expecting the top floor to be vacated for me, nor did I have the press call.
“Android was the star of the show at Google’s developer fest on Wednesday, with executives pitching the mobile operating software as the driving force behind everything from connected TVs and cars to new wearable devices.”
Hmmm, I seem to remember security-reputable Java offering something similar.
New Android worm turns selfies into a digitally transmitted disease (news.yahoo.com).
“The ‘goo.gl’ link contains an Android application package file, innocently titled ‘TheSelfTimerV1.apk.’ When it’s installed, it appears as an app called ‘The Self-Timer.’ In our selfie obsessed world, a self timer is a useful and heavily used application, but this particular one will not help your selfie game.”
It then passes itself on to twenty contacts in your address book. Crikey! It’s those MSN Messenger worms all over again for a new dog yeared internet generation.
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