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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.
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Week Month. Yep, the celebrity and entertainment squirt that was Pick of the Week has finally become Pick of the Month. This is partly because… Read more (Latest Picks 19th July 2015).
Nicki Minaj and Taylor Swift banged booty over VMA video.
Ouch! A booty bangin’ contest against Nicki must surely be a forlorn hope were it not for the fact that, well…
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(Latest Picks 22nd July 2015).
Here’s Nicki giving Good Morning America Summer Concert Series bedunk (hawtcelebs.com).
Ariana Grande apologised for “anti-America” doughnut-licking video, blames obesity in the US (huffingtonpost.co.uk).
“… a video surfaced of Ariana and her new dancer boyfriend in a doughnut shop, where she was seen licking the sweet treats that were left on a counter, before rudely addressing a staff member, saying: ‘What the fuck is that? I hate America.’”
Indeed, a now “glazed” doughnut likely for sale at an exorbitant price on eBay and prompting weighty arm-chair shifting among some elder Arianators furiously syrup steamed at her unpatriotism so soon after cream tea dumping 4th July now wishing and willing to give her a salty lesson for her unsavory sulking.
But, once doughnut-lovin’ cops got involved, it seems it wasn’t just Ariana’s wiggly tongue, Sam or even sugary carbohydrate-craving culture—American or otherwise—to blame.
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(Latest Picks 9th July 2015).
Kim Kardashian West gave bizarre pre-pregnancy photoshoot after Paris Fashion Week in February for Jürgen Teller in System magazine, posing seductively on a mound of dirt styled in a nude body suit and stockings designed by—who else—rappin’ tailor beau Kanye West!
Kim Kardashian West, Jürgen Teller photoshoot (celebexposuredigest
Khloé Kardashian gave Complex fitness bedunk (sawfirst.com).
Kendall Jenner gave open blouse gapboob out and about in L.A. (sawfirst.com).
…ever nearer to the Empress’ New Clothes “worn” for the Met Gala ball after party back in May.
Demi Lovato loves her curves (celebexposuredigest
Lindsay Lohan gave Mykonos lacy white freckled ginger jugg and nip slip (hawtcelebs.com).
Petite popstrel in perpetuum Joanna “JoJo” Levesque gave first session on the pole (celebexposuredigest
MILFtastic fitness guru Jennifer Nicole Lee gave see-thru shower (sawfirst.com).
Vanessa Hudgens gave “anything you can do” pokeage (celebritytonguedigest
Victoria Justice gave Polkohontas pokeage (celebritytonguedigest
Australian soul sisters actresses Phoebe Tonkin and Teresa Palmer gave joy and laughter tongue (celebritytonguedigest
Cara Delevingne and Gal Gadot poked it at Comic-Con (celebritytonguedigest
Arts, culture, tech. & funnies
“The figures, down from around 800 a day according to similar FoI requests two years ago, are likely to include a large number of ‘visits’ made unintentionally, most commonly via unwanted internet pop-ups.”
Oh, indeed, “unintentional, unwanted internet pop-ups”; for sure, have even used that one myself.
Obviously a story folded out in the light—or lack of—of dark goings on in Dolphin Square, and likely an indication that Cameron Flashman isn’t the only one who obviously believes abuse and internet porn inevitably scissor like a pair of lesbians only seen in such, but in all likelihood doddering, rodgering orange-bra parading 69-year-old Lord Sewel himself never got beyond the idea of just having a Ctrl key to keep his un-internet sordid secrets quiet.
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(Latest Picks 28th July 2015).
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“The kingpin was last spotted by security cameras in the shower area of the Altiplano prison, 90 kilometers (55 miles) west of the capital, on Saturday night before disappearing…
Down a tunnel under the shower and on a motorcycle on rails no less.
“[Mexico’s National Security Commissioner] Monte Alejandro Rubido did not comment on why authorities had apparently failed to notice a [mile-long] long tunnel being built under the prison.”
But was that really the case; was the tunnel already built, long there to smuggle stuff in, or not there at all—last time it was in a laundry cart but this time did El Chapo (“The Shorty”) just walk out the door?
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(Latest Picks 12th July 2015).
Updated 1st August 2015.
“Three retired Colombian generals, who were instrumental in tracking down and then killing Pablo Escobar, met for talks in Mexico City. Escobar was Colombia’s most notorious crime boss and the so-called King of Cocaine. He was gunned down in 1993. ”
But, as if it hadn’t been alluded to so much already…
Here’s why “El Chapo” probably won’t be recaptured anytime soon (businessinsider.com).
“His escape has led to the indictment of seven Mexican officials. Among them, apparently, three belonged to the intelligence division of the Federal Police and two worked at CISEN, Mexico’s civilian intelligence agency. The accused may or may not be guilty of helping El Chapo break out from prison, but the mere suspicion that moles are encrusted in highly sensitive areas could be extremely disruptive. Intelligence sharing, both within and between agencies, will suffer. Whole divisions could be purged or subjected to extreme and time-consuming vetting procedures. ”
“The move comes along with a number of changes Google is rolling out to YouTube, including an improved ranking system to filter out junk in the comments section.”
Google long since accepted its Plus was a minus with regards being a competitor to the all-mighty Facebook—currently enticing uncontacted, pantless Amazonion tribes to join with targetted ads for Calvin Klein and Victoria’s Secret (Latest Picks 3rd Mar. 2015)—but seriously, YouTube is what’s it’s all about with upgraded revenue scent in its nostrils: YouTube’s paid subscription offering takes shape—and it’s almost here (Pick of the Week 20th Apr. 2015).
For sure, Google Plussing all its services was something I was indignant with in principle from the start, so I’m glad to see it go: I support pseudonymity (or who the hell is Gladstone-Tibbs?)
Apple Watch: Sales of much-vaunted gadget fall by 90 per cent in the US, study finds (independent.co.uk).
“Slice said about 35,000 devices a day were being sold in the US in April. But, it claimed, by 1 July daily sales had slumped to 2,500—a drop of about 90 per cent.”
And while they hope quickly moving on to music streaming (Pick of the Week 6th Jul. 2015) may sweep the watches hands under the carpet the much hyped damn things alarm—one of the few things did have, albeit something many other other watches have had for some time—likely won’t let it go so quietly, unlike many of the other Apple fails many easily forget.
What? You mean Apple fail? Sure, remember Newton, Copland, Pippin, G4 Cube?
Apple’s 10 greatest FAILS (theregister.co.uk, Feb. 2014).
Catch up with more on the story of the Apple Watch’s trials and tribulations and what it’s real function is here (Pick of the Week 2nd May 2015).
This week of course sees the rollout of Microsoft’s apology for Windows 8, Windows 10—9 having been sent off to wander the biblical desert—free to Windows 7 and 8 users.
Patiently waiting having “reserved” your download opportunity to see just what Cortana makes of Cockney rhyming slang, the first reviews are in; so how’d it do?
“Windows 10 is the Goldilocks version of Microsoft’s venerable PC operating system—a ‘just right’ compromise between the familiar dependability of Windows 7, and the forward-looking touchscreen vision of Windows 8.”
How to get the Windows 10 update (theverge.com).
“Windows 10 launches on Wednesday, and you’re probably going to want to update. The good news is that Microsoft has made the process surprisingly painless. … But the bad news is that you may not be able to update this week…”
But why the wait? Purely so many in the queue or an attempt to provoke the same sort of privileged trickle rollout longing as Apple’s Watch?
Windows 10: You might be wise to wait before upgrading (grahamcluley.com).
“Instead, let millions of other Microsoft Windows users upgrade before you. See how they fare, and give Microsoft time to iron out any wrinkles like the autoupdating Nvidia graphic drivers that were breaking Windows 10 installations earlier this week. That issue was reportedly fixed just before the official release of Windows 10, but no-one can be sure right now just how many other serious bugs might be lurking.”
Nope, a rolling upgrade queued process just won’t do… I want it now!
Desperate to get the new update? This hack will show you how (independent.co.uk).
“Rather than waiting for Windows Update to prompt the user to download, as Microsoft News notes, you can instead open ‘Command Prompt’ as an Administrator. Enter…”
Updated 1st August 2015.
“Excited to upgrade to the new format, the computer-lover upgraded to the new software and left it to ‘do its thing’, only to be woken by his wife asking why his collection of pornographic images was rotating on the desktop view. The unfortunate user appears to have fallen foul of feature of the new operating system which pulls through images saved in one of the default folders to be used as a slideshow.”
Indeed, a reason to distrust those “let me browse your computer for you to create a playlist” functions and a reminder to turn off the recent history view too. Thankfully the missus’ took it well:
“My wife is very happy I admitted my mistake on this sub. She said I took my medicine and she now finds it quite funny. Ain’t love grand?”
For sure, and all the more because it hadn’t found her James Deen cock-shot or Magic Mike full-monty fakes collections.
Updated 6th January 2016.
On the whole, it has been fairly much a success despite Microsoft constant pushing to upgrade any devices not running it, but…
“The latest version of the Windows software, released in late July, snagged a 9.96 percent share of all Web traffic generated by desktop operating systems in December, tracking company NetMarketShare said Friday. That’s up from 9 percent in November, continuing a tepid pace for Windows 10 following an initial burst of energy in the first month after the software hit the market.
“The report is in sharp contrast to Microsoft’s upbeat announcement Monday that Windows 10 has seen an ‘incredible response’ with more than 200 million devices worldwide running the software. That number includes tablets and smartphones, not just desktop PCs.”
Seemingly a similar situation as with moving people of the late but still seemingly run by many XP—a market share which Windows 10 is still only within striking distance of despite support for XP being official retired back in Apr. 2014, indicating familiarity is a difficult thing to budge, and I have to say, I’ve been through this “I don’t want it, I wanna stick with what I’ve got forever” before—several times.
Updated 26th August 2016.
Windows 10 anniversary update keeps breaking PCs (Latest Picks 26th August 2016).
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