Memories Don’t Fade Here – EP – Jamie Baxter

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Memories Don’t Fade Here – EP

Jamie Baxter

Genre: Country

Price: $ 4.95

Release Date: November 19, 2019

© ℗ 2019 Jamie Baxter

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Cowboys Don’t Stay – Anne McAllister

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Cowboys Don’t Stay

Anne McAllister

Genre: Western

Publish Date: May 24, 2016

Publisher: Tule Publishing

Seller: Tule Publishing Inc.


Rodeo cowboy Noah Tanner spent his life going down the road. He never stopped. He never stayed –until rehab from an accident stuck him in Laramie, Wyoming over the holidays.    So, fine. He'd stay with Tess.  Who better to spend Christmas with than the gorgeous nurse who'd patched him up once before?   Once Tess Montgomery had loved Noah. She still had him to thank for her greatest gift — Susannah — the child Noah never knew he had.   Then Noah met Susannah, and his world changed.  But could a footloose cowboy settle down? Be a dad?  Show the only woman he'd ever loved that this time he was here to stay? Or was it too late?  Would Tess ever trust him with her heart again?  

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Don’t Let Go – Jacob Aaron Estes

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Don’t Let Go

Jacob Aaron Estes

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: August 30, 2019


Detective Jack Radcliff (David Oyelowo) gets a shocking phone call from his recently murdered niece Ashley (Storm Reid). Working together across time, they race to solve her murder before it can happen. Don't Let Go is a classic thriller with a supernatural twist from Blumhouse, the producers of Get Out.

© © 2019 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.

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Chanel West Coast Says She Did Sharon Stone a Favor, Don’t Sue Me

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Don’t Pass Me By – Varius Artists

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Don’t Pass Me By

Varius Artists

Genre: Blues

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: October 18, 2019

© ℗ 2019 Landslide Records

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E-40 ft. Cousin Fik & Laroo “I Don’t Like Em,” Guapdad 4000 ft. Chance The Rapper & Charlie Hustle “Gucci Pajamas” & More | Daily Visuals 10.9.19

Rapper E-40 performs during a cooking demonstration by Ayesha Curry at the BottleRock Napa Valley music festival in Napa, Calif., on Friday, May 26, 2017. (Anda Chu/Bay Area News Group)

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Way before Steph Curry was the apple of Dell Curry’s eye or Kevin Durant tattooed Tupac on his thigh for whatever reason, E-40 had the Bay Area getting hphy like a MF and all these decades later he’s still doing his part to keep it live as can be.

Linking up with Cousin Fik and Laroo for his visuals to “I Don’t Like Em,” 40-Watter breaks bread and toasts to life with his homies while the feds keep a close eye on him and his movements. He don’t like that ish, b.

Speaking of living large, Guapdad 4000 seems to be enjoying his own lavish life out in the hills where Chance The Rapper and Charlie Wilson prove that good neighbors sometimes make all the difference in his comedic clip to “Gucci Pajamas.” Isn’t there a Gucci boycott?

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Don’t Breathe – Fede Álvarez

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Don’t Breathe

Fede Álvarez

Genre: Horror

Price: $ 4.99

Rental Price: $ 0.99

Release Date: August 26, 2016


A trio of friends break into the house of a wealthy blind man, thinking they’ll get away with the perfect heist. They’re wrong.

© © 2016 Blind Man Productions , LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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Be Silly, Be Yourself and Don’t Be Afraid on Cam

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You Can’t Drink All Day If You Don’t Start in the Morning – Celia Rivenbark

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You Can’t Drink All Day If You Don’t Start in the Morning

Celia Rivenbark

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 7.99

Publish Date: September 1, 2009

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I Don’t Want To Play the Victim, But I’m Really Good At It – EP – Love Fame Tragedy

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I Don’t Want To Play the Victim, But I’m Really Good At It – EP

Love Fame Tragedy

Genre: Alternative

Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: September 25, 2019

© ℗ 2019 Good Soldier Records

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Age Don’t Mean a Thing – Robert Finley

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Age Don’t Mean a Thing

Robert Finley

Genre: R&B/Soul

Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: September 30, 2016

© ℗ 2016 Big Legal Mess Records

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The Dead Don’t Die – Jim Jarmusch

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The Dead Don’t Die

Jim Jarmusch

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: June 14, 2019


It's the greatest zombie cast ever disassembled starring Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Tilda Swinton, Chloë Sevigny, Steve Buscemi, Danny Glover, Caleb Landry Jones, Rosie Perez, Iggy Pop, Sara Driver, RZA, Selena Gomez, Carol Kane, Austin Butler, Luka Sabbat and Tom Waits. In the sleepy small town of Centerville, something is not quite right. The moon hangs large and low in the sky, the hours of daylight are becoming unpredictable and animals are beginning to exhibit unusual behavior. No one foresees the strangest and most dangerous repercussion that will soon start plaguing the town: The Dead Don't Die – they rise from their graves and savagely attack and feast on the living – and the citizens must battle for their survival.

© © 2019 Focus Features LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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8 Letters – Why Don’t We

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8 Letters

Why Don’t We

Genre: Pop

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: August 31, 2018

© ℗ 2018 Signature Entertainment, LLC under exclusive license to Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world excluding the United States

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Why We Don’t Suck: And How All of Us Need to Stop Being Such Partisan Little Bitches (Unabridged) – Denis Leary

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Why We Don’t Suck: And How All of Us Need to Stop Being Such Partisan Little Bitches (Unabridged)

Denis Leary

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 14.99

Publish Date: October 24, 2017

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Don’t Screw My Mom

ArchAngel Video invites you watch hot and horny MILFs get freaky in Dont Screw My Mom! When her sons friend drops by, Kendra Lust bakes some sweet treats but its not long before this turned on tart offers Lucas Frost a taste of her delicious cookie. Jay Savage wins big on a bet with Cherie DeVilles son who mistakenly put a blow-job from mom on the table. Fortunately for Jay Savage, Cherie ups the ante and lets him hit her jackpot. India Summers has a plan to get her trouble making offspring out of handcuffs. She offers local law man, Detective Derrick Pierce the opportunity to give her a full body cavity search instead. Julia Ann suspects her sons buddy, Seth Gamble, is getting into something suspicious. To keep Seth occupied she distracts him with her hardcore moves. Acclaimed director MimeFreak brings out the best in these porn superstars for a fun and sexy new video. Join the party and watch mother fuckers sex up these MILFS in ArchAngels Dont Screw My Mom!

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Don’t Wait Up (Unabridged) – Liz Astrof

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Don’t Wait Up (Unabridged)

Liz Astrof

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 14.99

Publish Date: July 30, 2019

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Lil Duval ft. Charlamagne “Black Men Don’t Cheat,” Ghostface Killah “Party Over Here” & More | Daily Visuals 7.31.19

 

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Not too long ago Lil Duval and Charlamagne Tha God had social media in a craze when they dropped their monogamous anthem “Black Men Don’t Cheat” and though Duval might’ve rubbed some people the wrong way with a recent tweet they might be willing forgive him after peeping the clip to his latest hit… or not.

Linking up with the God for the visuals to the aforementioned cut, Lil Duval continues to live his best life in the pool while rebuffing the advances of bikini clad women looking to get his attention. What’s the chances Eric Benét hops on the remix?

From the glitz to the gritty, Ghostface Killah enjoys the come up he claimed in his previous clip and turns up in the club with his goons and girls for his video to “Party Over Here.”

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LIL DUVAL FT. CHARLAMAGNE THA GOD – “BLACK MEN DON’T CHEAT”

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LIL DURK – “GREEN LIGHT”

LIL SATAN – “DR. MIAMI”

KEVO MUNEY – “HURTIN”

GORILLA MEECH – “I PRAY”

SOLO TAE – “NEW DRIP”

KMAX – “WILL YOU”

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Don’t Explain – Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa

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Don’t Explain

Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa

Genre: Blues

Price: $ 11.99

Release Date: September 26, 2011

© ℗ 2011 J&R Adventures

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Don’t Break Me 4

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Dont Look Back – D. A. Pennebaker

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Dont Look Back

D. A. Pennebaker

Genre: Music Documentaries

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: May 17, 1967


Bob Dylan is captured on-screen as he never would be again in this groundbreaking film from D. A. Pennebaker. The legendary documentarian finds Dylan in England during his 1965 tour, which would be his last as an acoustic artist. In this wildly entertaining vision of one of the twentieth century’s greatest artists, Dylan is surrounded by teen fans, gets into heated philosophical jousts with journalists, and kicks back with fellow musicians Joan Baez, Donovan, and Alan Price. Featuring some of Dylan’s most famous songs, including “Subterranean Homesick Blues,” “The Times They Are A-Changin’,” and “It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue,” Dont Look Back is a radically conceived portrait of an American icon that has influenced decades of vérité behind-the-scenes documentaries.

© © 1967 Pennebaker Hegedus Films, Inc. and Ashes &Sand, Inc.

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Don’t Do This To Her

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dont smile at me – Billie Eilish

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dont smile at me

Billie Eilish

Genre: Alternative

Price: $ 8.99

Release Date: August 11, 2017

© ℗ 2017 Darkroom/Interscope Records

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Toys Don’t Shape How Your Child Will Turn Out — You Do

I’m all for equal rights for both genders. I’m glad women get to vote just like men, so they can be pandered to by corporate-run politicians and have absolutely no say in how our elected officials govern — just like men. That’s an awesome thing.

But people who think the toys we play with as children actually affect our lives as adults are delusional.

The American Association of University Women, which has been deluding women since 1881, put out its third annual “Holiday Gift Guide for Girls.” Sorry, did I say deluding? I meant empowering. Empowering women. Damn that misogynistic autocorrect. That’s like the time I typed that Hillary Clinton was the Secretary of State, and it autocorrected it to Administrative Assistant of State.

Each year, the AAUW offers 16 toy ideas that it says are not “highly gendered” and don’t promote “stereotyped and objectified images of girls.” It should be called, the “Holiday Gift Guide for Girls Who Will Soon Hate Their Parents More Than Usual.”

I looked through all three lists, and the one that stuck out to me most was 2013’s Computer Engineer Barbie. And they even comment on how their regular readers are probably shocked to see it on the list, because obviously: Barbie is evil. All Mattel did was make a typical Barbie and then add the following accessories: a pink laptop, a pink cellphone and a bedazzled Bluetooth in her in her ear (a Pinktooth would have been better). Then they just magically call her a computer engineer. The real-life accessory they forgot to include was a pink slip, because her job just got outsourced to India.

The AAUW says it’s perfect for girls ages 0-3. Yeah, because that’s when we start to play with toys that will really have an effect on our future career goals. If only my parents had given me the My Buddy District Attorney, I’d have gone to law school like they wanted.

Everyone needs to stop thinking that Barbie dolls and the like ruin girls’ lives, or matter at all. People think Barbie is responsible for promoting an unrealistic idea of body image for young women. That would happen with or without Barbie. That’s a larger issue that Barbie has nothing to do with. It’s absurd to think she does. Girls’ own mothers telling them to focus on losing weight so they can find a husband is worse. That’s bad parenting. That’s what needs to change.

Listen, I played with toys growing up, too, but I didn’t spend the rest of my life feeling inadequate about my lack of mutant ninja skills.

Two of my favorite things as a kid were my toy gun and Big League Chew. And guess what? I didn’t grow up to be a cowboy. And I’m from Arizona, so it could have happened. Toy guns were constantly my favorite thing. But as I matured, the real ones didn’t appeal to me. And real chewing tobacco didn’t appeal to me either.

I played with G.I. Joes, and I never for a second considered joining the military. I had a chemistry set, but I’m not a chemist, nor do I make meth. I mastered Legos, but it still takes me five hours to build a small nightstand from IKEA. I loved my Etch-A-Sketch, but I didn’t grow up to waffle on my political beliefs.

Our toys are not as powerful as we would be lead to believe by some. They’re just toys. The thing most kids get from their parents that last are abuse, divorce, and, of course, insecurity.

Besides, who even actually thinks Barbie is hot? She’s ugly. I never looked at a Barbie doll and thought, “Man, I want to bang something like that.” No, she’s ghoulish. The hottest things about Barbie are her Mailbu Dreamhouse and that Corvette convertible.

The ironic thing is that the toys girls play with as adults make me feel inadequate. I’d rather compete with a dick-less Ken doll than a 15-inch penis that never goes soft and vibrates.

So let’s stop pretending the toys children play with are so future-shaping. Let’s stop making Barbie and other “highly-gendered” toys a scapegoat for poor parenting.

George Carlin made a good observation in 1988: “It’s a great country, but it’s a strange culture … They’re thinking about banning toy guns, and they’re gonna keep the fucking real ones!”

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Don’t Read This At Night.

High Tech High Chula Vista 9th Grade CO-OP

Genre: Horror

Publish Date: November 20, 2014

Publisher: Lulu.com

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They Don’t Exist

J.R. Leckman

Genre: Horror

Publish Date: December 16, 2010

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A young woman laughs it off when she's informed the room she's staying in for the night is haunted, because ghosts don't exist. Or do they?

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SILVER SPRING, MD—Warning that Hurricane Joaquin was expected to produce powerful winds, violent swells, and dangerous rip currents, the National Weather Service strongly advised Americans today not to go surfing unless they could really shred that shit. “As Joaquin gains strength and begins to approach the Eastern Seaboard, we would like to remind the public that they should not attempt to enter the surf if they are unprepared to carve up these bitchin’ tubes,” said NWS director Louis Uccellini, sternly warning that those not aggro enough to charge these gnar gnar waves are going to be getting seriously cranked all day. “All of our predictive models and real-time data suggest that the waves produced by this system will be beyond mondo, and we cannot stress enough that you should remain out of the water if you’re a weak little kook or chrubee. This is an extremely dangerous Category …




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Future and Blac Chyna — What Part of ‘We’re Together’ Don’t You Understand? (PHOTO)

Future and Blac Chyna were definitely together Friday night in D.C., and it’s pretty clear now they’ve hooked up. Future had a concert at Echo Stage … then went to his after-party where Chyna was right by his side. We’re told they were there for around…

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The Wove Band: Don’t Call it a Smartwatch

The Wove Band by Polyera is the first wearable with a flexible touchscreen display. The devices won’t be publicly available until 2016, but Polyera CEO Phil Inagaki gave us a behind the scenes look at some prototypes, and talked with us about his design philosophy.
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Pope Francis — I Don’t Support Kim Davis

The Vatican is using the “smoked but didn’t inhale” excuse when it comes to Pope Francis’ meeting with anti-gay county clerk Kim Davis … acknowledging their meeting but denying there was any exchange of support. Davis, who was jailed for not granting…

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Junot Diaz On Why It’s So Important To Read Authors Who Don’t Look Like You

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Junot Diaz (The Brief Wondrous Life Of Oscar Wao) has a very simple way of helping young students understand the complexities of the world. 

 The writer, of Dominican roots, stopped by “Late Night with Seth Meyers” on Thursday night, and discussed several of his teaching methods as a Creative Writing professor at MIT and why he feels it’s so important for students to read books by authors of different backgrounds. 

 ”You look at this country and you look at this world and you need to understand it in complex ways,” Diaz said, citing diverse gender and race perspectives as critical to that understanding. “And part of that complexity is, of course, questions of gender: If you don’t want to deal and relate and think about what it means to be a woman in this planet — you’re going to have serious problems. The same with dealing with the question of ethnicity and race.”

Diaz went on to explain how simply reading classics, like “Dracula,” through the lens of the “racial other” can make a big difference in how students view race. 

The author criticized the lack of diversity in creative writing MFA programs in a piece for The New Yorker last year, noting that students also lacked “awareness of the lens of race.”

 Diaz discussed the topic again in a recent interview with The Los Angeles Times, in which he also spoke about how the Black Lives Matter movement showed the country’s struggles dealing with “the legacy of white supremacy.”  

“I think that we’re in another moment where historically, periodically issues of race and the kind of panorama in which we live becomes more clear and comes into focus,” Diaz told The Los Angeles Times. ”But we also historically have a great habit of allowing these moments to dissipate; for the landscape to become murky; for the conversation to slip away. Our amnesia around this and our ability to change the subject is really unmatched.”

Watch the award-winning author’s interview with Seth Meyers above, during which Diaz also explains why he asks his students to watch “Star Wars” and read The Lord of The Rings before the start of the semester. 

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Kanye West — They Don’t Make Yeezys in Children’s Sizes (PHOTO)

Kanye West spent an afternoon with daughter North – who was rocking a natural ‘do — and apparently does not share her father’s affinity for footwear.  Baby Boosts would make a killing … just saying.

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James Harden — DON’T LOOK AT MY NIKES … That I’m Wearing Again

[[tmz:video id=”0_7e8ae40o”]] It’s the shot James Harden’s people don’t want you to see … the NBA star wearing Nikes — AGAIN — despite the fact he just signed a $ 200 MILLION deal with Adidas.  Harden was leaving his hotel in NYC — when someone…

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Just Blaze Remixes Run The Jewels’ “Oh My Darling Don’t Meow” | Wired Tracks 9.17.15

Run The Jewels treats fans to the Just Blaze-produced remix of “Oh My Darling Don’t Cry.”

Titled “Oh My Darling Don’t Meow,” the track will appear on RTJ’s upcoming Meow the Jewels project, which may be dropping sooner than expected. Here’s the song description, per the duo’s Soundcloud.

A little something to tide you over while we prepare next weeks release announcement. To download this amazing work of art, please visit www.runthejewels.net #meowthejewels #MTJ

Stream “Oh My Darling Don’t Meow” and then some below in Wired Tracks.

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T-Pain – “Roof On Fye”

Tech N9ne – “MMM (Michael Myers Mask)”

G-Eazy – “Say So”

Joe Budden – “Slaughtermouse”

Troy Ave – “Narcos”

Sheek Louch ft. Pusha T – “Bang Bang”

Ransom ft. Royce Da 5’9 & 3D Na’Tee – “Soul Killa”

Christina Milian ft. Lil Wayne – “Do It”

Chaz French ft. Saba – “What Ya Say”

Semi Hendrix (Ras Kass & Jack Splash) – “Jesus Pressed Mute”

Neek Bucks, Juelz Santana, Jim Jones & Young King – “Valentino”

Baby E – “Champagne”

Splacc – “Get Dough”

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Is Ellie Goulding’s ‘On My Mind’ Her Response To Ed Sheeran’s ‘Don’t?’

Ellie Goulding drops her new single, “On My Mind,” which is not about who people may think.
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[[tmz:video id=”0_6f9df1px”]] Justin Bieber had to square off with a ringside security guard just so he could get to his pal Floyd Mayweather Jr. to celebrate his victory. The video is kinda bizarre … since everyone knows Justin and Floyd are as…

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Demi Lovato Hints At Bisexuality: ‘I Don’t Think There’s Anything Wrong with Experimentation’

Demi Lovato has given the strongest hint yet that she’s bisexual.
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50 Cent — Judge, Please Don’t Shut Off My Electric!!!

50 Cent does not want to suffer in the dark … which is why he’s asking a bankruptcy judge to keep the utility company from shutting down his massive unit.   50’s in a corner … the bankruptcy judge has him in a straitjacket, prohibiting the…

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Jay Z — I’m Always Big Pimpin’ … Just Don’t Tell The Jury

Jay Z raps about being a “pimp in every sense of the word” — but in reality, Jigga wants to keep his fat pockets and criminal past under wraps when it comes to his court battle over “Big Pimpin’.” Jay filed docs asking a judge to keep his wealth…

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Akon Sued — Mansion Floors Don’t Come Cheap … Pay Up, Man!

Akon’s Georgia mansion continues to be a thorn in his side … as yet another contractor is claiming he didn’t get paid for working on the superstar producer and singer’s floors.    A company called Capital Floors has filed a $ 15,000 lien…

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Kevin Gates — Kicks Fan in Chest … Don’t Touch My Shorts!! (VIDEO)

Kevin Gates doesn’t like to be touched when he’s on stage and one female fan learned that quickly … with a boot to the chest. Gates was performing at a club in Lakeland, FL Friday night — you can see a woman in the front row reach out and touch…

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Kxng Crooked “Don’t Close Your Eyes,” DJ Paul “Shut It Down” & More | Daily Visuals 8.28.15

Even royalty have inner demons to cope with as is demonstrated by Kxng Crooked in the visuals to the Keith Whitley tribute,  “Don’t Close Your Eyes.”

Sitting on a throne and drinking his pain away, KC vents his frustrations while Turth Ali drops a few high priced jewels of his own on the melodic Jonathan Hay produced cut. We should’ve seen these kinds of collaborations coming ever since Taylor Swift linked up with T-Pain.

Hooded up with all kinds of trash can fires raging around him, DJ Paul looks to turn up the heat on the block with some fight music on “Shut It Down.” Speaking all kinds of recklessness, the man from Memphis reminds listeners that he’s always ready to get on his grizzly regardless of how many Oscar awards he’s got in his back pocket.

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“As Long As I Don’t See It”

Oh, the proverbial small-town response to one’s opinion on any differing sexuality, how you boil the blood in my veins.

There are two types of sexually prejudicial people; Those that are out-rightly, aggressively ignorant, and those that like to offer some half-baked, wimpy notion of disapproval. I want to clarify that neither is any better than the other. I want to clarify this for some of the small-town conservatives I’ve been surrounded by for a large portion of my life. I want to clarify because sadly, the knowledge of the non-existent distinction often doesn’t appear to be present.

It amazes me how many people I hear say the words “As long as I don’t see it, I don’t care what people do with that.” In other words, you don’t actually feel love and acceptance towards the freedom of sexuality, you just don’t feel like taking a legitimate stance. What the heck do you mean see “it.” What is it? PDA? I’m pretty sure most people don’t want to see anyone make out on the subway, regardless of the genders involved.

Oh, do you mean sex then? Yes, for centuries people have been concerning themselves with the happenings of other people’s bedrooms. Why in the hell would you need to see two people have sex anyway? That would be like if I asked my mother what she thought of my new boyfriend and she said, “Well, I’m fine with it as long as I don’t have to see you two have sex.” Uh, sorry mom I was under the impression that was implied. You don’t have to approve of someone’s sex life to accept them, because it’s really not anyone’s damn business anyway.

So, let’s establish that kind of response is baseless and just a spineless way of saying your mind is still sickened by the fact that somewhere in the world different combinations of genitals are interacting.

Maybe we do all need to see “it.” The it not being sex, but love.

When I ask people with the “don’t want to see it” opinion how many LGBT people or relationships they’re close to, the answer is almost always “Well, none really” or something of the sort. You see, I have seen it, and what I see is love. I see the same look my boyfriend gives me when he looks at me. I see a warm hand on the face before a guided blissful kiss. I see brilliant laughter, and pure, genuine affection. I see silly dance partners, board game champion duos and conquerors of the anticipated date night. I see kisses and cheeky smiles. I see immeasurable beauty. I see love, the same love that continues to captivate my existence with every passing day.

So, to everyone that’s ever uttered that response, I hope you do see it. I hope couples will continue to be brave and courageous enough to show you their love. I hope they show you something that feels all too familiar, and strikes a place in your heart you kept hidden with fear and hatred. I hope that love touches your heart the way it has touched mine. I hope it changes you, because the world is far too dark not to see all of the love it possess.

Love is the light, may it shine on the eyes of the blind, so that they may see.

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The Iranian Nuke Deal You Don’t Understand

So, the U.S. and Iran agreed to a nuke deal that looks to many observers as if we might be terrible negotiators. But we have no way of knowing what the secret side agreements are. And one assumes there are a few.

Have you noticed that the Israeli lobbying efforts on this topic seem uncharacteristically toothless? The media is acting surprised. You rarely see such a strong lobbying group coming up short. Kind of a mystery.

On a totally unrelated topic, the Saudis (our buddies in the Middle East) finally found the terrorist who bombed a US base in Saudi Arabia two decades ago. That was an Iranian-backed plot, the news reports.

That terrorist hid well for twenty years. Iran probably knew where he was. They backed him, so they probably had some sources back to him.

And now he has been caught. By the Saudis. Interesting timing.

My guess is that Iran is a full military ally of the United States now (give or take some backstabbing both sides expect). But no one can say out loud that we’re working together. That wouldn’t help anyone. 

My reasoning for not objecting to the Iran nuke deal is that I don’t know what the deal is. Neither do you. The good stuff is the secret stuff. (I hope.)

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Don’t Rush to the Divorce Lawyers at the First Sign of Infidelity

As she walked back from the train station, suddenly, he was there in front of her. “I had to come back and speak to you,” he said. She knew immediately what he was going to tell her. They got inside the house and he started crying. Incredibly, she found herself comforting him — “It’s OK — nothing’s going to come of this,” she reassured him.

He had succumbed to the charms of a prostitute by the lifts in a business hotel. It was nothing, she told herself. Meaningless. Not his fault. Good that he confessed. Good for trust.

But then, from nowhere, the pain started. Imagining her beloved husband with another woman, imagining him wanting her — she started to obsess. She asked for every detail of the encounter, trying to understand, to connect. She went, like a lost soul, to the hotel, she stood by the lifts, she went up to the floor he thought he’d been on — to try to feel part of it, not excluded, from this event in her marriage.

It didn’t work. She felt empty. The emotional pain became acute and she would swing from loving and forgiving to raging and sobbing. Eventually, it all wore off, he became less contrite, they carried on, and she was never allowed to mention it again. In five years they were divorced.

As divorce lawyers, we hear stories like this, or tales of longer love affairs, every day. But it’s rarely the immediate cause of the divorce. It’s usually somewhere in the past, followed by bad temper, unkindness, neglect or repeated incidents. People tend to be very contrite when first discovered in an infidelity and then, slowly, the self reasserts and they kick back. It’s usually women who make the move to exit the marriage: Men rarely pull the trigger to divorce, though they may check out in all sorts of other ways.

If you want to get past an infidelity — and in the wake of the Ashley Madison revelations there may be plenty of people right now trying to do that — you can take broadly one of two approaches.

One is, one might say, the French way. Eh bien, la maîtresse, the lover — turn a blind eye unless it gets too heavy. Marriage is a structure, economic, child-rearing, social — the sexual and romantic nuances can ebb and flow from all sorts of directions and a dignified ignorance is the best policy. Many, more than you’d think of the chocolate box, picture perfect marriages you see are based on an accommodation, often unspoken, of that nature.

The other is the more full-blooded, down and dirty, figuring out what the hell happened. Some people are innately philanderous, they do it for fun and don’t really feel bad about it. There’s not much to be done about that. But most go into marriage meaning to be good, loving their partners and believing they have an exclusive bond. Breaking that, especially the first time, is hard, and usually happens because something is going wrong inside the relationship.

It can be that the relationship has fundamentally changed. You started out having fun together, working, studying, going out drinking and laughing — then children came along, the mother stayed home, gave up work, was suspicious of babysitters — you stopped having things to talk about, you stopped having sex.

The father got closer to women at work, found in them the woman, like Kate Bush’s Babushka — “just like his wife before she freezed on him; just like his wife when she was beautiful.” Or the other way — the husband becomes grumpy, absorbed with work, cold and angry and the wife looks for kindness, appreciation, love, desire, in another, from the tennis coach to the old flame.

If you want to, look at that breakdown, that change, and think about whether you can both get back to being the person you each fell in love with. You probably don’t want to be cold, angry, child-obsessed, dull.

If you look deeply at yourself and you really try to feel for your partner, it may be that compassion will let you forgive. And if you can, if you can love each other enough to take it as part of the waft and weave of your marriage, then you’ve got something pretty strong.

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This Foolproof Guide Will Help You Get Out Of Things You Don’t Want To Go To

It begins innocently enough.

Your neighbor casually mentions an upcoming BBQ and you respond that it sounds like fun. The conversation turns to golf or harpoon guns or something else banal and you forget about the BBQ. Next thing you know, your family is responsible for bringing the potato salad to an all-day birthday party in a park across town. At the same time as the Niners game. And it’s the playoffs. And you hate potato salad.

We’ve all found ourselves committed to social events that either sounded like a good idea at the time but something came up, or that we were roped into against our conscious will. Bound by merciless societal norms, backing out sans excuse isn’t an option.

To help the over-committed un-commit gracefully, we’ve partnered with US Cellular to bring you a step-by-step guide to smoothly getting out of an undesirable party, shower, or event. To avoid awkward run-ins with the host in the future, read carefully and don’t skip a step:

1. Display Genuine Regret

First and foremost, you have to convey how unfortunate it is that you won’t be able to make it. The whole plan will fall apart if you don’t sell your regret. It reassures the host that you’re only skipping out because of unforeseen, uncontrollable outside factors. If you’re having a hard time with the delivery, channel your inner Ryan O’Neill or Tom Hanks (and not so much your Space Odyssey HAL).

2. Finely Tuned Excuse

A good excuse should be specific, but not too specific. Specific enough that it seems credible, but not so overly detailed that it feels forced. Illness is fine, but it’s tougher to give advance notice of an illness and you don’t want to inconvenience the party thrower unnecessarily. Instead, stick to events that came up without warning that take precedence for an obvious reason, like work-related projects or business trips. If necessary, you can also use family members as an out — blame it on the spouse or kids.

3. Pledge Future Commitment

This one is tricky because you don’t want to land yourself in the same predicament. Nevertheless, showing an interest in future plans reinforces step #1 and can often allow you to take the initiative. If your neighbor always throws BBQs on game day, you can propose something that fits your schedule better. If it doesn’t work out, it becomes more of a mutually unfortunate thing than just you being reticent.

4. Follow-up

The follow-up is key. Repeat steps #1 and #3 (not step #2 — remember, no over-selling), and reinforce the fact that you were genuinely interested. A simple text asking how it went usually works best.

5. Don’t Screw It Up

If you had to back out of the commitment for a less than savory reason (not everyone thinks football is as important as you), you want to make absolute sure you don’t screw it up by Tweeting “Touchdown” 10 minutes into the BBQ when you’re supposed to be at your spouse’s work function. Your digital trail is more closely watched than you probably realize. It also helps to have support from your family which brings us to…

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Your kids go to school together, your spouses go to the same gym, and you know people who know the same people. To make sure you don’t reveal conflicting stories, it might be helpful to rehearse the established alibi with the family.

7. Revel In Your Guilt-Free Freedom

Look, at the end of the day, the fact is that time is precious. Don’t spend your life doing things you don’t want to do. We all have to face uncomfortable social situations from time to time, so it’s best to do so with a plan. A well-crafted strategy will let you enjoy your activity of choice with peace of mind and ensure that you aren’t burning bridges or hurting anyone’s feelings. If you executed said plan well, make sure you enjoy the moment.

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Dee Barnes & Michel’le Don’t Really Buy Dr. Dre’s Apology

Dr. Dre recently revisited his heinous past as a woman beater; the best way you’d expect a man of his stature and profile to respond.

Through a statement funneled through The New York Times, the 50-year-old Hip-Hop legend “apologized” specifically to “the women” he had hurt, albeit not by name. The documented stories of the victims: journalist Dee Barnes; a former friend of the N.W.A leading up to Ice Cube’s departure from the group and ex-girlfriend and labelmate Michel’le, have since risen to the top of the news pile since the hit movie, Straight Outta Compton, erased them from coverage in an apparent bout of convenient amnesia.

Barnes, who has maintained she was “blackballed” from the industry since settling with Dre out of court in the early 90s, recently penned her second column with Gawker regarding the incident where she addresses his most recent apology.

“I have been routinely accused of ‘living in the past’ and of not letting this go, but it was Dr. Dre himself who was living in the past and couldn’t let it go so he created a permanent reminder of the ‘Dee Barnes incident,’ Barnes writes in reference to her name being mentioned in Eminem’s 1999 single, ‘Guilty Conscience,’ the first digital age allusion to the incident. “And Eminem is not the only one; there are numerous songs that mention the incident, enough that essentially turned me into a, uh, punchline. Of the women assaulted by Dre, I was the only one to press criminal charges against him. I’m also the only one whose name later came up in one of his songs. ‘Guilty Conscience’ and the other songs containing the reference are products of clear and obvious misogyny on a cultural level and for what? Jokes?”

While Barnes is sincere that she hopes Dre’s apology is as genuine as her forgiveness, she still plans on clearing the air in her developing memoir, Music, Myth, and Misogyny: Memoirs of a Female MC. Michel’le, on the other hand, wasn’t as accommodating with her response. In fact, she feels it was some sort of marketing ploy to get theaters packed and headphones sold.

“I didn’t ask for a public apology, and I think if he is going to apologize, he should do it individually,” she tells BBC Radio 5. “To just group us like we are nothing and nobody — I just don’t think it’s sincere. Treat us like we have names. He’s selling a movie. I just think it’s good PR at the moment.”

Which, opens up the floor to any solutions to the current situation that could be rooted in absolute. Does Dre need to become the face of domestic violence, where as he, a married man for going on 19 years, hasn’t shied away from such behavior. Even his latest release–the 16-year-album-drought-breaker Compton–doesn’t celebrate the misogyny and women swapping ethos that helped amass his fortune.

It’s a question only all parties involved in a private setting can sum up an answer.


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If You Can’t Get Hard, Don’t Assume Condoms Are To Blame

Academic studies can be fascinating… and totally confusing. So we decided to strip away all of the scientific jargon and break them down for you

The Background
It’s hard to pinpoint exactly how many young men suffer from occasional erectile dysfunction, but estimates range from 16 to 30 percent. One thing that kills a man’s mojo, according to studies (and a handful of guys on the Internet), is condoms. But condoms are pretty important: Among singles, they’re used in one in three acts of sexual intercourse. Understanding how they affect erections can help couples navigate those awkward pre-coitus conversations so that they’re able to make informed decisions and prevent unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections.

A new study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine explores how condoms affect men’s erections and provides a useful perspective for those aforementioned couples.  

The Setup
Researchers surveyed 479 heterosexual men between the ages of 18 and 24 who had used a condom during sex within the last 90 days. In order to oversample men with condom-associated erection problems, the researchers solicited participants using flyers that read “Do condoms interfere with your erections?” and “Do condoms interfere with your arousal?”

For the actual survey, the men were first asked how often they had erectile problems in the last 90 days when they were not using condoms. They were specifically asked to explain at which point they lost their erections during the hook up — before putting it in or after (but before they reached orgasm). Then, the men were asked about their erectile problems in the last 90 days when they were using condoms. The guys reported how often they lost or started to lose erections while putting the condom on before vaginal intercourse, and then how often they lost or started to lose erections while wearing a condom during intercourse. 

The Findings
Of the 479 men surveyed, about 62 percent had condom-associated erectile problems before penetration, after penetration or during both instances. After analyzing the results, the researchers discovered an interesting finding: The young men who reported condom-associated erectile problems were more likely to report trouble getting hard even when no condom was used. In general, guys who had trouble staying hard using condoms were significantly more likely to be classified as having mild to moderate erectile dysfunction than the ones who weren’t affected by using rubbers. 

The Takeaway
Since men in the study tended to lose erections condom or no condom, these findings suggest that condoms may not necessarily be to blame. Previous research has linked emotions, like worry and distraction, with erectile dysfunction. The researchers write that it’s possible that men who lose erections after using a condom might become worried about losing them in general and thus become more vulnerable to losing erections without condoms. 

But this isn’t just a matter of emotions: Erectile problems have been linked to inconsistent and incomplete condom use, which puts people at risk for STIs and unwanted pregnancy. According to the researchers, education can be crucial for guys who may need to properly learn how to use a condom (37 percent of the men sampled said they’d never been taught how to use a condom correctly). The researchers also suggest it could also be a matter of arousal — these men may simply need more time to get it up or need certain things to stay stimulated. Either way, if a man is having difficulties, they recommend he consult a health practitioner.

Moral of the story for women? If a guy says he can’t stay hard when he wears a condom, it’s probably a good idea to be frank about your concerns surrounding safe sex. And hey, it might be a good opportunity to talk about what you both need to keep things exciting in bed, too.

 

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Latinos Don’t Love Donald Trump

Business mogul Donald Trump proclaimed last month that Latinos love him. He might want to check the latest polling from Gallup, which found Latinos were more likely to say they disliked than liked him by a 51-point margin.

His results were disastrous compared to every other Republican presidential candidate on the survey, as illustrated by this chart released on Monday:

It’s not surprising that Trump is unpopular with Latinos. He opened his campaign by claiming the Mexican government was sending rapists and other criminals into the U.S. as undocumented immigrants, and his stance has hardened from there. Last week, he proposed ending birthright citizenship for children born in the U.S., and vowed to deport all undocumented immigrants.

Gallup notes that it did not poll Latinos on Trump before his announcement speech, so there’s no clear mark for how it affected his image. In their polling since, he’s been consistently viewed unfavorably.

Although Latinos don’t typically rank immigration as the top issue for choosing a candidate, harsh rhetoric against undocumented immigrants was considered a major factor in the GOP’s dismal result with Latinos in the 2012 presidential election. 

Trump has succeeded in drawing Latinos’ attention, at the very least. Gallup reports that 8 in 10 of those polled had formed an opinion on Trump, compared to about 6 in 10 who had formed an opinion of Florida Gov. Jeb Bush. None of the other candidates hit the 50 percent mark for familiarity with Latinos.

Bush is faring the best with Latinos, who were more likely to say they viewed him favorably than unfavorably by an 11-point margin. His margin of favorability has actually gone up, although it’s yet to be seen whether there will be fallout from his recent stumbles over the term “anchor babies.” The former governor has taken a more moderate tack on immigration than Trump, and opposes changing the 14th Amendment to end birthright citizenship. 

Among Democrats, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has a major advantage. She has a net 40 favorability score, and about 75 percent of Latinos know who she is. Only 25 percent of Latinos were familiar with Vermont Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders. The results were even worse for former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb and former Rhode Island Sen. and Gov. Lincoln Chafee — only 14 percent of Latinos were familiar with them.

Gallup conducted the poll by telephone from July 8 to Aug. 23 as part of the U.S. Daily Survey. They polled a random sample of 2,183 Hispanic adults in the U.S. The margin of sampling error is ±5 percentage points at the 95 percent confidence level.

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“Fun Fact: I ate a weed brownie and almost died (well at least in my mind i did) while on the Pink Print tour,” wrote Dej Loaf in a recent Twitter post.  Today (Aug. 23), the “Try Me” rapper used the social media site to recall an adventurous experience between herself and an innocent looking chocolate morsel.

The humorous account made Dej question her mortality and she reminisced, “Whole time I was thinking like (so this is what it feels like to die) It was mentally painful.” Eventually, the Detroit native playfully admonished herself and decided to “Stick to Hennessy,” before she responsibly advised “Kids, don’t do drugs.”

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No Hair, Don’t Care: Fashion’s Freshest Faces Are Embracing the Buzz Cut

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Shockwaves went through the fashion industry in the early nineties when Eve Salvail first appeared on the runway with a shaved head, her head bare save for a curled dragon tattooed on her scalp. Her hair, or lack thereof, stood in direct contrast with the lengthy, ultrafeminine locks of the era’s supermodels—think Christy, Cindy, Naomi, Stephanie, and long, swingy sheets of hair. Two decades later and long hair is still the default for new models, whose agents praise its versatility: With fashion shows and editorials requiring models to be quick-change artists, longer hair can more easily lend itself to the required transformations. As a result, agencies have historically preferred that models play it safe. But the current fixation on models with “personality” has given rise to a set of beauties who follow in the footsteps of trailblazers like Salvail. African models like Grace Bol, Herieth Paul, and Ajak Deng have been wearing their hair super short for years, but only recently have their peers followed suit. Rising stars Tamy Glauser, Ruth Bell, and Kris Gottschalk have all embraced the buzz cut—and seen their careers skyrocket as a result.

Close-cropped hair has long been a signifier of punk rebellion and offbeat cool, so it’s fitting that designers who understand the importance of carefully curated edge have sought the models who dare to shear: Glauser is a regular at Rick Owens and on Nicolas Ghesquières runway for Louis Vuitton, while Gottschalk was tapped to model alongside the boys at Public School’s show at men’s New York Fashion Week, and Bell cut her chest-length strawberry blonde hair to front the latest campaign for Alexander McQueen. As it turns out, having a shaved head has become something of a savvy career move: It not only attracts cooler clients, it also serves to set a model apart from the hundreds of other girls on the scene. “There are hardly any other models with a shaved head,” says Gottschalk. “It’s interesting because other girls don’t really see me as competition—I don’t get those sideways glances at castings.”

Bell’s newly shorn hair also helps to differentiate her from her twin and fellow model, May. Born and raised in Kent, England, the sisters began their fashion careers together often photographed as a pair—they even share an Instagram account. Since her pixieish Paul Hanlon buzz cut, Bell has been carving out a niche for herself, working with the likes of David Sims and Lachlan Bailey and, yes, forming her own social media account—one filled with shots of her as a moody, punkish gamine, rather than the more traditional, whimsical images that fill the account she and her sister share.

Glauser, likely one of the originators of the current buzzed-off trend, got her fade from a friend. “I had been talking about wanting to cut my hair forever, but I was too scared,” admits Glauser. “One day my friend just picked up scissors and cut my hair right down the middle—there was no going back.” Over time the look became Glauser’s signature: Occasionally the color will change—earlier this month she debuted a platinum hue—but the length rarely varies. Though she’s benefited from her now-trademark daring do, Glauser cautions those attempting to emulate it. “[Shaving your head] is a risk, you never really know how it will look until that moment of truth.” Still, the model has no plans to revert to her old style. “It just feels too amazing short—I might let it grow a centimeter, then it’s time to shave again!”

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Thinking of Asking a Woman When She’s Going to Have Kids? Don’t.

I am a single twentysomething living and working in New York City; I like yoga, running, hanging out with friends, pursuing hobbies and binge-watching television shows on Netflix. My current lifestyle sounds like that of countless other single twentysomethings living in New York City — yet there is one thing random people seem to want to change, and they seem to ask me about it on a consistent basis. It feels like I get asked about this one aspect of my life more than any other, but maybe that’s because I’m just so tired of talking about it.

My relationship status. Specifically, when I’m going to have kids.

It would really be nice to still get questions about things besides children, family and marriage. When I say “twentysomething” and “career” in the same sentence, people often interpret that as “single” and “forever alone.”

Most of my friends, both male and female, have been asked, at some point or other during their 20s, when (not if — when) they will be getting married, having kids, settling down — and it’s awkward. It’s really awkward.

It’s also really rude.

Because the people who ask this question are not just asking me when I’m planning on having kids. They’re asking about my socioeconomic status, my love life, my job status and whether I’m responsible enough to take care of another human being — all at the same time. It may not seem like that from the outside looking in, but when trying to explain it to someone (because, yes, for whatever reason a simple one-word response will not suffice and you have to defend the fact that you don’t want kids at that moment with a long, drawn-out reply), you have to explain why you don’t want kids by elaborating on your current lifestyle.

When you reach a certain age and you are childless, people are going to assume there is something wrong with you. They aren’t going to consider that maybe you want to be single, hanging out with friends and having a good time. They don’t want to hear about how terrible dating is, how hard it is to look for a stable apartment, to advance in your career. They aren’t going to think about you pursuing your hobbies and interests and learning new languages. They are going to think about family, and they are going to wonder why you don’t have one. That’s been my experience, at least.

Having kids is a huge responsibility, and one that shouldn’t be taken lightly. It means giving up my current, relatively carefree lifestyle for something new and unknown. It means trusting someone not only with my well-being but also with the life of a child we will bring into the world. It means years of dedication, understanding and love. My body would change drastically during those nine months of pregnancy, and it’s scary.

Come to think of it, why would I want to get pregnant when I will be shamed for gaining weight because I’m, y’know, growing a child inside of me? Why would I want to explain postpartum depression to people who have no idea it even exists? Why would I rush to have a child, knowing that the only major country that offers no paid leave for new mothers is of course the one I currently live in, the United States? Why would I want to get pregnant, when there’s also a very real possibility that I might be shamed when I return to work because I will then be a mother with a kid? That is, if I can even get a job and return to work after birthing a child.

There are so many unrealistic expectations when it comes to being pregnant and having children and having the perfect baby products that it’s overwhelming.

I don’t want someone to rush how I live my life. My life is just that: mine. The men and women around you who are single? It’s their choice whether they want to hit the bars and have fun or try to settle down by finding the right person. If they want you to know about their love life (or lack thereof), they will tell you. They will tell you because they trust you and value your opinion.

If they don’t? Then, quite frankly, it’s none of your business.

Women should not be defined by their marital status and whether or not they have children. Women are told they should feel empowered and follow their dreams — but then they face insidious judgments when they don’t have kids on someone else’s schedule. Successful women who are single and happily living their lives are, for some reason, regularly forced to explain their lifestyle choice of not having children to other people.

When am I going to have kids? I don’t know.

Next question.

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Chief Keef “Bouncin,” Rapsody ft. Joey Bada$$ & Merna “Don’t Need It (Remix)” & More | Wired Tracks 8.18.15

This edition of Wired Tracks is best served when your speakers are loud, as HHW highlights Chief Keef’s latest release “Bouncin.”

The GBE rapper self-produced the heater with some help from DPBeats. Keef set aside the chaotic record for his upcoming project, Bang 3 (Part 2), which is currently available for pre-order. Feel free to cop “Bouncin” via iTunes as well, or you can hear it and a bevy of other tracks from artists like Rapsody, Chinx and Rick Ross, and more for free.99 below.

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Rapsody ft. Joey Bada$ $ & Merna – “Don’t Need It (Remix)”

Chinx ft. Rick Ross & Meet Sims – “On Your Body (Remix)”

Waka Flocka Flame – “Workin”

King Louie – “Flodgin”

AG Da Coroner ft. Drug – “Jumpin”

Peej ft. Lupe Fiasco – “Say”

Téo & Jaden – “Pleiadian Message”

Playa Haze ft. Blu – “A$ $ hole”

Raz Simone – “Massa Sir”

Danny! – “B*tches Everywhere”

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Most Americans Don’t Think Divorce Is A Sin

(RNS) In a summer of celebrity splits — Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert, Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck, Miss Piggy and Kermit — a question comes up for many Christians.

Is it a sin — cohabitating Muppets aside — to break up a marriage?

If you’ve got a good reason for divorce — adultery, abuse, addiction or abandonment — fewer than 1 in 4 Americans would call that a sin, a new LifeWay Research survey finds.

The survey of 1,000 U.S. adults finds only a minority would call divorce a sin even when:

  • There’s adultery (39 percent).
  • The two people no longer love each other (38 percent).
  • One spouse has abandoned the other (38 percent).
  • One spouse is abusing the other (37 percent).
  • A spouse is addicted to pornography (35 percent).

However, 37 percent say divorce is not a sin in any of those circumstances.

People who identify as Christians were slightly more likely to see sin in those divorcing over abuse (43 percent) or abandonment (43 percent) or pornography addiction (39 percent).

And more than 4 in 10 Protestants (43 percent) think it’s sinful for couples to split over a lack of love, according to the survey, which has an overall margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.

“Hopefully, they are basing their view of what is sin by what the Bible says,” said Scott McConnell, vice president of LifeWay Research.

“Clearly in Scripture, God indicates that he doesn’t like divorce. But Jesus did have things to say about this.”

In Matthew 19:6, Jesus tells the Pharisees: “What God has joined together, man must not separate.” However, Jesus adds an exception in verse 8 — “sexual immorality.”

A second survey, of 1,000 Protestant pastors, found that 61 percent saw sin in couples giving up a loveless marriage.

The surveys of all Americans and of pastors were conducted in September 2014, when celebs Lambert and Shelton, Garner and Affleck and the Muppet couple, about to star in a new TV show, were all presumably still together.

Last week, Miss Piggy squealed about her breakup on Facebook in a perfect parody of celebrity split announcements:

“After careful thought, thoughtful consideration and considerable squabbling, Kermit the Frog and moi have made the difficult decision to terminate our romantic relationship. Our personal lives are now distinct and separate, and we will be seeing other people, pigs, frogs, et al. This is our only comment on this private matter … unless we get the right offer.”

It would appear they no longer love each other. No sin in that, many would say.

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Obie Trice “Good Girls,” Jim Jones “We Don’t Play That,” & More | Daily Visuals 8.14.15

It’s been a minute since Deroit’s rap delegate Obie Trice has been on the rap scene, but with his latest LP The Hangover finally making the rounds, the former Eminem protégé releases visuals to the album’s lead single, “Good Girl.”

While he lets us know he has a thing for women who are ladies in the streets but freaks in the, well, strip club, what fans have really been wondering this whole time is has anyone ever found that Golden Ticket that was released with his debut album, Cheers.

And Jim Jones Hulks out along side his brigade of ruffians as they assemble to let everyone know that they about that life on “We Don’t Play That” off of Capo’s Miami Vampin mixtape.

Word of advice, don’t make Jim Jones angry. You wouldn’t like him when he’s angry.

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Don’t Tell My Kitten, Please

I chose my new veterinarian practice based on its off-street parking. Don’t judge me. I also liked the idea that this vet caters only to cats. I pictured my newly adopted kitten on my lap, with no drooling dogs to contend with. No barking, no lunging.

As you can see, so far it’s all about me.

The waiting room was full but quiet, just as I’d hoped. As is often the case in my life, the first three minutes went swimmingly. Then there was trouble.

After a few minutes, the conversation got around to sharing recipes for homemade feline treats. One woman took out a pad and began jotting down notes. By then I knew I was out of my league and felt a little sorry for the innocent kitten who got me in the owner lottery.

The waiting room conversation turned medical, and I felt a dark place coming on.

“Insulin twice a day,” one woman said while giving a rundown on keeping a 17-year-old cat alive. I shoo away thoughts from my childhood of the pets that went to live on those dreamy farms, always somewhere at the very tip of Long Island — conveniently too far to visit — where they would now be free to run and play all day. I guess parents don’t get away with that one anymore.

Thankfully, the conversation moved beyond urinary tract infections and chronic vomiting, but right before I was called in, several people began commiserating about hard it is to own a cat.

I like to think I know what’s hard. I had a boss once who disliked me so much that she sighed every time I entered the room, and for three years, she could never fully unclench her teeth in my presence. I lived in Buffalo for eight winters and shoveled my own sidewalks. I taught teenagers to merge onto a highway. Cats are easy to take care of. Because they’re cats.

Finn, my kitten, had come from the shelter already “fixed,” and, in my world, it’s always a bonus when your cat doesn’t pee in your closet. Now I needed to get him vaccinated and declawed. Even though he’s an inside cat, the declawing part was going to need some careful treading on my part. Like catnip, there is a big debate swirling.

After the vaccination discussion, during which I tried to win points with my ultra-serious pet-owner face, it was time to come clean and tell the vet that I intended to have her rip those vile little claws right off my precious kitten. Of course I said it in a much nicer way. And I would expect anesthesia and pain meds. Lots of them, because I’m a caring person.

She took a breath. “We don’t recommend that.”

I told her that my mind was made up.

“It’s extremely painful for them,” she wanted me to know.

I stood my ground. During the height of the La Maze era in 1978, it took me 19 hours to give birth to a 9 lb. baby. I didn’t even have a Tylenol. This chick had nothing on me.

The day of surgery arrived and I got to the office in plenty of time, thanks to that glorious parking lot adjacent to the building. I was given the details of the pre-op routine from a vet tech who clearly thought I was not a good person, not a smart person, or both. Then I filled out forms and answered many questions, often twice. Apparently, declawing a kitten is slightly more complicated than — say — circumcising the future king of England.

Finn has been part of my household for a few months now. He is waiting for me at the door in the evening, and most of the time his food and water bowls are full. If they aren’t, he makes some cat noises, and I fill them.

As far as I can tell, he hasn’t yet figured out that he’s come to live with a woman who isn’t fit to meet the needs of a hamster. Instead, he curls up next to me at night, purring away, and sleeps the sleep of a prince. He seems healthy and content, but I’m sure the next time we’re at the vet, I’ll begin to second guess that, too. So I hope I’m not too old to reteach myself to parallel park because drooling dogs in the waiting room may be in my future.

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Hollywood, Don’t You Dare Whitewash Stonewall

Enraged is an understatement.

Watching the trailer for Roland Emmerich’s upcoming film Stonewall made me feel levels of betrayal.

Basically, this film is going to be about a fictional cis-white male who ends up being the leading voice and face of the 1969 Stonewall Riots. The character Danny Winters (played by Jeremy Irvine) gets rejected from his lily white small town and runs to New York City where he finally meets poor queer people of color and gets introduced to The Stonewall Inn. There, he is culture shocked by the rudeness and harassment of cis-white police which leads him to be the main rebel that throws the initial brick that sets off the major LGBT revolution.

Except, that’s nowhere near the truth and Hollywood has decided to make a diverse movement one where a white man with sex appeal is at the center of it. And of course he rejects a transwoman of color who he has to tell “I can’t love you” — because clearly the director and screenwriter didn’t love people of color enough to accurately include them in this drama.

The trailer quotes President Obama’s inaugural speech on American equality and hints at “where PRIDE began.” That will be the majority of the voice you will get from people of color in the trailer.

Go to the IMDB page for this movie and such legends as Marsha P. Johnson, a black transwoman who performed as a drag queen who celebrated her 25th birthday at Stonewall the night of the riot, is placed at the lower tier of the credits. You will not find Silvia Rivera, the bold Puerto Rican transwoman who actually threw the first bottle, anywhere in the credits at all. These two transwomen of color were the most notable in our history for igniting the riots that launched the modern-day LGBT civil rights movement.

But Hollywood has set its sights yet again on putting a dreamy white heartthrob as the hero of the day.

And I am here to tell them that they have chosen the wrong community and time to attempt such buffoonery.

As intersectionality becomes a more discussed realm within our current LGBT movement, we have no time to fantasize a reality in which white cis-dominance erases queer representation of color. Neither do we have the luxury to insert a deliberate distortion of our history for the rest of the world to see at a time when they’re more open embracing it.

What disappoints me most about this film is not that it simply omits people of color in it — but purposely goes out of its way to replace them with white fictional ones. And to add insult to injury, it capitalizes off of the current landmark LGBT victories that these transwomen of color helped pave the way for without giving them proper respects. This has yet again led me to question the racism within our LGBT community.

If the late Harvey Milk gets a deserving Oscar winning biopic on his legacy, why not Bayard Rustin who is just as worthy? What do the media and this movement often likes to chastise the queer communities of color’s straight siblings and churches for being overtly homophobic — and yet never celebrate the LGBT ones who have helped heal some of those wombs?

I’m waiting on a James Baldwin biopic and perhaps we can finally talk about queer people of color outside of the erotic white fetishism with ballroom culture. It would be nice to see a leading queer face of color more at the center of our film and cultural recollection. Because they were present, they did lead and they do matter.

If you appreciate historical accuracy and fair inclusion, don’t go see this film. If you don’t want to fuel the economy at another Hollywood attempt of whitewashing American history, don’t give any aspect of this film a single dime or promotion. And if you want to properly pay homage and respect to the real heroes of Stonewall and their legacy, you will not pass along the film’s narrative that perpetuates a damaging erasure of critical LGBT voices in this movement.

In other words, don’t support it if you have a moral conscious. We have come too far to let such a poorly executed film divide us. Boycott the film Stonewall.

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What Old People Know About Sex That You Don’t

I’d like to share a revelation with you. It took me months of pondering my interview data from hundreds of long-married elders, but I finally got it. It’s about sex and older people — not something younger folks think about a lot. However, when I have given talks to 20- and 30-somethings about my book of advice from people married a half-century or more, I know there is one question in the back of their minds, even if they don’t come out and say it:

How can sex possibly stay interesting for a lifetime?

I have good news for you. I’m going to allay your worst fears and help you to relax about the idea of sex in the later years of marriage. I will tell you the spoiler right now. The message from our elders is: don’t waste your time worrying about sex in later life, because it’s pretty good. But first, here’s the revelation. Ready?

The reason you are worried about this issue is because sex between people a lot older than you always seems kind of gross. I don’t know if this characteristic is bred into us through evolution, if it is the product of ageist stereotypes, or what. But if you think about it, we have a lot of trouble imagining people a lot older than we are having sex. I will now prove this fact to you.

Imagine yourself at age 8. You get out of bed and sneak downstairs to get a snack. Your 18-year-old babysitter and her boyfriend (where did he come from?) are engrossed in making out on the couch. And what did you say to yourself?

Yuck.

The 18-year-old babysitter goes home that evening a little earlier than expected, and her 50-year-old parents are making out on the couch. What does she say to herself?

Yuck.

And that weekend, the 50-year-olds watch a movie that involves two 80-year-olds making out on the couch. What does that couple say?

Yes, you guessed it: Yuck.

The problem I discovered with younger people thinking about sex in later life is that they envision themselves now, at their age, somehow with an 80-year-old. But the revelation is this: It’s just fine when you have grown old together. You’ve learned what your partner is like (and likes), you are comfortable with one another — and you’re older, too. The beauty of staying married for a long time is that you enjoy each other and giving each other pleasure is fun. And there is absolutely nothing yucky about it.

Alfredo, age 77, captured this phenomenon succinctly. He pointed out that when you are aging together, a lot of things just seem pretty much the same:

Somehow as you get older you kind of get blind to the infirmities that affect the other party. And you always see them the way they were. You don’t see aging. It’s a wonderful thing. I don’t know if the brain is wired for that, but that’s the way it is. You just need to have a spark to begin with. And whatever it is you’re doing, just keep doing it. We’re in our mid-70s, and we still have a fine sexual relationship, it’s wonderful. You make do with what you’ve got, basically.

And the elders assure you that you are likely to feel the same way.

I have some credibility on this issue, because I don’t know anyone who over the past few years has talked to as many very old people about sex as I have. At first it was awkward, but after the first two or three elders eagerly embraced the topic, I was no longer embarrassed. It’s something they have thought about a lot and still think about. And indeed, they have some lessons for you about it.

First, let’s be clear: many elders continue to have sex, and most believe that it is important to keep up a sexual relationship. Although younger people often hold a negative image of the “sexless older years,” research shows that in marriages (or long-term committed relationships), rates of sexual activity are actually quite high. Indeed, for married people whose health does not interfere with intimacy, the vast majority of people age 65 and over are sexually active.

And that’s what the elders will tell you. Diane, age 74, speaks for many of the elders:

I think sex is very important because it’s kind of the glue that keeps the spark alive in a marriage. The one special expression that a married couple has is through sex–sexual intercourse–through keeping your bond just very close and very tight. It’s that expression that makes your spouse know that they’re loved and well cared for and you put all the other things with it.

To be sure, there are elders — just as there are people at any age — who are sexually incompatible or for whom their sex life is contentious or unfulfilling. In some cases, physical illness leads to lack of sexual interest or ability, causing distress for one or both partners (and again, such maladies can occur at any age). But the majority of the elders in long marriages found that sexuality can remain interesting and fulfilling into the ninth and tenth decades of life. Indeed, they believe that young people are just plain mistaken when they worry about “the sexless older years.”

As Rachel, age 86, told me:

If you’re really physically and sexually attracted to somebody and your head is working right, then you should be able to feel that all the way until the end of your life. And what fun that is! I don’t know whether young people hear that kind of thing. They think, you know, when you get to have gray hair that the sex just removes itself from your life, but that’s not true. Not at all.

So for many, sexual activity doesn’t stop. But there’s even better news: As you grow older, the idea of “sex” expands. It grows to include — and even to emphasize — a much wider range of loving and romantic behaviors. Over and over, the elders used the term intimacy, which they believe goes beyond sexual intercourse itself. Many described the deep joy of emotional and physical intimacy with a partner of many years, adding that having sex itself was additional spice in the stew — or a tasty side dish, as Gertrude, age 73, says:

How important is sex? Well when I was young, I thought it was 90 percent! But at 71, it’s a very lovely side dish. And I do think it’s important — yes, I do. At our age, it’s not as much the hot romance kind of thing as it is for young people. But there’s a certain wonderful friendship that exists if you have the basic foundation for it; if you’ve made that, you’ve got each other. And it’s quite nice! Of course this is a woman’s viewpoint, but the comfort of touch: a hug, a kiss . . . those are things that mean I love you.

Or as Beverly, age 70, put it: “The great thing at our age is that sex is not about procreation; this is purely about recreation!”

I was surprised to hear many of the elders describe intimacy in old age as satisfying as (or even better than) when they were younger. They tried to convey — sometimes with difficulty — the sublime pleasure of physical intimacy with a partner of 50 or more years. Mason, age 77, described his feelings, based on his 40-year marriage, in a way I found deeply moving:

I think what happens is the spark changes. You know, initially there’s a lot of physical attraction and that continues. But it changes over time so that the romance or whatever you want to call it becomes actually much more profound. It’s less, what’s the word — frenetic maybe. For me anyway it’s really wonderful just to be able to sit together reading or watching TV, and I’ll just hold her hand or touch her arm or whatever. There’s a kind of a quietness there that’s quite deep. It’s very fulfilling. You feel a peaceful intimacy that’s in a way really more meaningful than the frenetic thing.

So here’s the lesson to carry with you, whether you are a 25-year-old pondering marriage or a 60-year-old wondering about the future. According to the elders, the sexual side of things — barring a troubled history or serious physical problems — is going to be at least good enough to keep you happy, and may be much better than that. There are lots of things to worry about in life. But fretting about sexless later years isn’t one of them.

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A petition has been started to keep Yeezus out of performing at the closing ceremony of the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games. Despite the U.S.A. and Canada being linked by the same continent, naysayers reportedly feel that Drake, Walk Off The Earth, Feist and Metric are more deservedly of those CAD earnings.

“Kanye West’s words and conduct are antithetical to the spirit of the Pan Am Games,” one petitioner wrote, according to Sportsnet. “Canada abounds in musical talent that is undoubtedly better-suited for this event and should be featured at the closing ceremonies.” Retired NHL player/coach Don Cherry also echoed those sentiments in a Twitter rant.

Toronto rapper Maestro, who performed at the opening ceremonies, defended West to local CBC TV saying, “It would have been nice to see a Canadian [perform at the Pan Am Games] but you know what, that’s a staple for hip hop right there, so a shoutout to Kanye, a shoutout to Canada.”

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Don’t Call It a Rom-Com: Rob Delaney on Catastrophe, the Best New Show on TV

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Rob Delaney’s rise to Twitter stardom has been well documented: He joined in 2009, turning the social media platform into an outlet for his wild, foul, satirical jokes, and quickly started to amass followers, both on the Internet and in the comedy world. In 2012, he won Comedy Central’s first and only Funniest Person on Twitter Award. So it’s only fitting that his newest project, a British sitcom called Catastrophe, also began with a tweet.

Like the rest of us, Sharon Horgan, “the Tina Fey of British TV,” first followed Delaney on Twitter, sometime in 2010. Delaney, a fan of the Irish comedian’s work, then sent her a direct message. The two met up and became fast friends. “I never would have dared to hope that we would make a sitcom together,” Delaney says by phone.

But the pair got a deal to develop a six-episode show together, and this January, Catastrophe aired on Britain’s Channel 4. Delaney plays “Rob,” a Boston-based ad man who, while on a business trip in London, meets Sharon (Horgan) at a bar. What starts off as modern rom-com cliché becomes immediately disarmed during introductions. While trying to buy Sharon a margarita, Rob reveals that he stopped drinking after an embarrassing incident: “I quit a few years ago after I shit my pants at my sister’s wedding.” (The fictitious Rob and the real-life Delaney share many things, among them a love of scatological jokes and abstinence from alcohol; Delaney stopped drinking in 2002 after a drunk-driving accident.) His off-color pickup line does the trick, and Rob’s and Sharon’s one-night stand turns into a weeklong fling, and an unexpected pregnancy.

Catastrophe, which became available on Amazon in June, offers up a lot of the usual rom-com fare, but with a whip-smart current of realism, alternatingly horrific and hilarious. It’s credited with breathing new life into a stale genre, yet another thing Delaney said he and Horgan had no intentions of doing. “I swear to God, we didn’t even realize that it was a romantic comedy until we were done with it,” Delaney said. “We thought it was a comedy. And it had some romance in it.” Here, more from Delaney on his new show, what we can expect from season two, and why calling Catastrophe the saving grace of rom-coms is just “silly.”

You met Sharon through Twitter and eventually became friends. Did you always have the hope of working together?
Well, no. At first, I was just a fan of hers. We just became friends and we realized we had a lot in common. We thought a lot of the same things were funny. We kind of had been kicking around our own versions of a story, so we just smashed them into each other and came up with Catastrophe.

Did you have any trepidation about turning your friendship into a working relationship?
Our relationship hadn’t been around too long so it’s not like there’s a wealth of memories we built up that could have been destroyed if we didn’t enjoy working with each other. There was trepidation when we started writing together, though. Not everyone can write together, certainly. So we were grateful when we realized it was fun.

What about adding the onscreen romance?
It wasn’t too weird to be writing something that had a romantic element to it with each other, only because both of us would, like, cut off an arm to serve a story. I remember at some point, writing the scripts for season one, I was, like, “So, this is super weird, right?” And she was, like, “It really is!” And then we both looked at our keyboards for ten minutes and then it passed. We just charge forward to make the story. We try not to bother ourselves with anything as silly as our own emotions or fears. Why would we let that stop us, you know?

Did you ever consider naming yourselves something other than your actual names?
Oh, totally. We meant to, but as we were writing, we kept our names, since aspects of it were autobiographical for both of us, we thought it would be easier to kind of access honest emotions about stuff if we kind of tricked ourselves into thinking we were talking about ourselves sometimes. So we were going to change them, but then it just felt too weird after a certain point.

How do your spouses feel about the autobiographical aspects of the show?
I know it’s weird for my wife to hear things in the show that are practically transcriptions of things that happened to her or to us. But I think they get a laugh out of it, and we tell them so they’re aware of what’s happening in the scripts and stuff. We’re also friends with our spouses and we care what they think about what we do. And both our spouses are both very funny as well.

How much of the show is scripted?
The show is one hundred percent scripted. There’s almost no improvisation. We’re despots that way. Improvisation produces amazing, amazing comedy and many people use it to brilliant effect. We generally don’t because we’re acting out all the roles constantly as we read and re-read the scripts to each other, because that’s how we work. So by the time we got ready to shoot it, it was pretty locked, since we agonized over every syllable that every character says.

How did Carrie Fisher get involved in the project?
We saw her give an award to Graham Norton at the Attitude magazine awards last year and she was so amazing, and Sharon said, “We should see if we could get her to play your mom.” And I thought that was crazy. I mean, how the hell? But then we just went through the normal channels. It was ridiculous! I didn’t believe it until we had her fully shot. I didn’t even believe it when I saw her walk onto the set. Why wouldn’t she in the middle of the day come to her senses and think: What the hell am I doing with these clowns?

Your show has been credited with revitalizing the romantic comedy genre. How do you feel about that?
You know what, that’s sort of a silly conversation because the trends reflect that maybe the fact that a smaller percentage of annual global film budgets is being devoted to romantic comedies and who seriously cares about that? Especially when you’re trying to make something good, you can’t concern yourself with trends, or you’ll just make silly garbage. People want to file it under romantic comedy, that’s fine with me. That’s not my place to do it. Our job is to make compelling story that is funny.

Are you worried about season two living up to season one?
I’m totally worried about it. I’m one hundred percent worried about it. The pressure comes from Sharon and myself because the network will be forgiven, but we won’t. So it’s our duty to make it excellent.

What can we expect in season two?
The only thing we’re saying about the second season is that it will be in the future. And I suppose you might say more of sequel than a continuation. You can only show a couple meeting for so long, and now they’ve met. So it’s going to be a different ball of wax. We’re casting for season two right now. And it’s so fun, I’m going to throw up.

This interview has been edited and condensed

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Si Robertson, ‘Duck Dynasty’ Star, Says Atheists Don’t Exist

There’s no such thing as an atheist, according to one of the stars of the reality TV show “Duck Dynasty.”

Si Robertson, known to fans of the show as “Uncle Si,” told the Christian Post that anyone who uses the date is acknowledging Jesus.

There’s no such thing as an atheist,” Robertson told the website. “I’m serious, because there’s too much documentation. Our calendars are based on Jesus Christ. Whether you believe in him or not, every time you sign your calendar, you add down the day’s date, you’re saying he’s here, OK? That’s documented.”

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Robertson, a Vietnam War veteran, also cited a variation of the maxim, “there are no atheists in foxholes,” claiming that people turn to faith when they are in trouble.

“If you get in a serious bind, the first thing you’ll do is say [God], please help me,” Robertson told the website.

Robertson is promoting the film “Faith Of Our Fathers,” which is about two men who served in the Vietnam War, one of whom is devout while the other is a skeptic.

Skeptics, apparently, do exist.

“There’s a lot of skeptics,” Robertson said.

The movie focuses on the two men as well as their sons, who meet years later. According to IMDb, Robertson has a role in the film as a gas station clerk.

“Faith Of Our Fathers” currently has an 11 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on nine reviews, and a score of 20 on Metacritic based on five reviews.

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For Anyone Who’s Ever Been Called a Nickname They Don’t Like

This is Phillip, my wonderful husband of 12 years.

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He was named after his mom’s dad Phillip Gordon, who was a captain in the Army Signal Corps.

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“Phillip” is what you’ll see written on my husband’s birth certificate, and his family has never called him anything other than Phillip. He’s never gone by anything else in his life.

His name has two syllables in it: Phil-lip. You can clap it out if you want to.

However, the world in general is absolutely convinced that his name is “Phil.” Whenever we meet someone new, here’s how the conversation goes:

“Nice to meet you, I’m Phillip.”

“Well, gee golly, it’s great to meet you, too, Phil.”

Every. Time.

It’s like some vast Truman Show — style conspiracy, where everyone seems to be in on it except for us.

But we’ve lived in far too many places for them all to be working together against us: Minnesota, Utah, Ohio, and now here in New England.

Everywhere, he gets called “Phil.” Even the emcee at our wedding reception called him Phil (and now that I’m thinking about it, I’m wondering why we paid that guy. I mean, shouldn’t there be like a 5 percent discount for calling the groom by the wrong name?)

Now, I have nothing against the name Phil. In fact, the Phils I’ve known are hilarious, nice guys.

It’s just not Phillip’s name.

We’ve moved around a fair amount in our married life, but we plan to stay here in New England and never move again. We’re putting down roots.

Which is why I was so concerned when Phillip came home from his first day at his new job here and casually mentioned that the plaque on his office door read “Phil Evans.”

“You have to get that changed!” I cried. “Right now, before all your co-workers and your boss think you go by Phil and that becomes your name for the next 40 years you work there! It might already be too late!”

(You can see that I take this somewhat more seriously than he does.)

So off he went to Human Resources and asked for a new plaque with his full name.

The next morning, he showed up at work to find that they’d gone overboard and put this up on his door instead:

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(This isn’t the real thing, by the way, just an artistic representation. Phillip’s work deals with government contracts and has some super-secret “ruin the blogosphere by not allowing photos” policy.)

Long story short, he’s not “Phil” at work anymore. The downside is, he’s now the snobby guy who has to have his educational title and middle initial listed with his full name at all times.

Oh, well. We can deal.

Jenny Evans is a writer, a perfectionist, a night owl and a Mormon mom of five who makes jokes at her own expense and blogs about her messy life with a houseful of kids at Unremarkable Files.

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Riot Girls: Seven Free Teen Books With Girls Who Don’t Need A Hero

Jill Nojack, Brad Magnarella, Pauline Creeden, Rachel Medhurst, Sara C. Roethle, Sarah Dalton & Stella Wilkinson

Genre: Short Stories

Publish Date: January 30, 2015

Publisher: IndieHeart Press

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC


Riot Girls: Seven Free Teen Books With Girls Who Don’t Need A Hero is a collection of Young Adult Speculative Fiction (Fantasy/SciFi/Dystopian/Paranormal) for readers who like it when a girl can take care of herself. These teens don’t sit around waiting for someone to rescue them from their situation, they act! The collection has something for everyone—dystopian societies, trained assassins, strange creatures (faeries, vampires, werewolves, and zombies), super heroes, and witches. What binds our stories together is our heroines—girls who have the inner and outer strength to take care of themselves. Included in the collection: xGeneration 1: You Don't Know Me – Genre: SciFi / Superhero – Full Length Novel (95,000 words). Fourteen-year-old Janis Graystone is mostly worried about soccer, school, and keeping her older sister from running her life. But when strange things start happening to her including out-of-body experiences and the sense someone is watching her, she finds herself working with an unlikely but loyal ally to discover the source of the danger she senses around her. Rated PG-14 (Language). The Blemished: Blemished #1 – Genre: SciFi / Dystopian – Full Length Novel (85,000 words). Below average and imperfect in a world of stunning clones, Mina Hart is denied an education and a normal life. But when she meets a new friend’s mysterious brother, she finds herself willing to share a dangerous secret… Xoe: or Vampires, and Werewolves, and Demons, oh my! – Genre: Paranormal – Full Length Novel (50,000 words). Xoe Meyers liked her normal small-town life. But things change fast when the new guy in town turns out to be a werewolf who goes after her best friend in a big way. Determined to save her friend, she finds herself allied with creatures she never knew existed in a battle that threatens all their lives. Rated PG-13 (Language). Magic Unbound: Book One in the Fae Unbound Series – Genre: Contemporary Urban Fantasy – Full Length Novel (45,000 words). Not-quite-sixteen year old Lizbet Moore expects a boring last month of summer vacation. What she wasn't expecting was a fifteen-hundred-year old fae hiding in her back garden. Murderous monks, memories of her past lives, and the race to save the fae from destruction change her summer in ways she could never have imagined. Avoidables: Book 1 – Genre: Fantasy / Dystopian – Serialized Novella-length Fiction (25,000 words). Hope is an Avoidable in a world that belongs to the Perfects. She was born with only one arm, but when she discovers that her disability is actually a gift, she joins a group of rebels who are determined to change the rules of her society. Rated PG-14 (Language, Mature Situations). Chronicles of Steel: Raven 1: Episode 1 – Genre: Fantasy / Steampunk – Short Serialized Novelette (17,300 words). Raven was trained by her father to be a Reaper. Just as she's saved enough lives to redeem the ones she's taken, she agrees to take on a last mission that's too important to ignore. Will it force her back into the life she's trying to escape? Halloween Magic & Mayhem – Genre: Paranormal / Comedy Romance – Novelette (15,000 words) . On her sixteenth birthday, Emily Rand discovers she is a powerful witch. Her experiment with a spell accidently turns a ghost back into a boy and reanimates a group of zombies. It will take all of her power to undo what she has done. Rated PG-13 (Language). Please note: Riot Girls contains books by authors from both the United States and Great Britain. Spelling, punctuation, and sentence construction can be different from what is correct grammar on the "other side of the pond".

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This Is Why You Don’t Touch The Queen’s Guard

Don’t let the bushy hat fool you — the Queen’s Guard aren’t here to mess around.

A video uploaded to YouTube Monday shows a young man, apparently on a visit to Windsor Castle in the U.K., having a little fun with one of the famously stoic guards, mimicking his strut. But he crosses the line when he leans in and puts a hand on the guard’s shoulder. That’s a no-no.

“Step back from the Queen’s Guard!” the soldier commands as he draws a large rifle on the man, who immediately complies.

The Queen’s Guard are members of the British military who are tasked with protecting the royal residences. A guardsman who participated in a Reddit question-and-answer session last year pointed out that while the soldiers carry guns during their ceremonial patrols, the weapons only contain live ammunition if the guards are aware of an active threat.

However, he said, guardsmen are fully empowered to yell at members of the public who cross them.

“You are allowed to get them away by shouting warnings at them. If they fail to move away or start to act aggressively we present our bayonets… to remind them that we can do more harm than them. But usually the police are quick and remove trouble makers,” he wrote. “People should not go and try to provoke the guards. It’s just not respectful.”

But when it comes to tourists, it seems like guards can take respect more easily than they can dish it out. In a video that went viral earlier this month, you can see a tourist with a camera getting “steamrolled” by a group of guards on the march.

That’s not to say guardsmen won’t goof off once in a while, but apparently it’s got to be on their own terms.

H/T The Independent

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Genre: Arts & Entertainment

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Publish Date: June 23, 2015

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12 Things You Don’t Understand About Divorce (Until You Get One)

There’s nothing easy about getting a divorce — and the judgment you encounter from otherwise well-meaning friends and family only makes it worse. The truth is, you don’t really know what it’s like to get a divorce until you’re on the brink of getting one.

To help clear things up, we asked HuffPost Divorce readers and bloggers to share the one thing they wish people understood about ending a marriage. Here’s what they had to say:

1. Divorce isn’t an option until it’s the only option.
“I really wish those ‘I want my first marriage to be my only marriage’ memes would just go away. No one goes into a marriage intending for it to end in divorce. Sometimes you fight like hell and work your tail off to keep your marriage afloat but realize you’re doing it alone. It takes two people to make a marriage and family work but if the other person doesn’t want to be with you, there’s not a whole lot left for you to do. It’s hard to ‘give up’ on your marriage but at some point you realize that there’s more to life and you have to do what’s best for you and the kids in the long run.” — Brittany Lewis

2. A divorce is never really “final.”
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3. No two divorces are the same.
“This is because no two people are the same. What this adds up to is an endless combination of ways people choose to heal. Don’t judge, don’t pooh-pooh and don’t minimize the form a person’s grief takes. I was in a very controlling relationship and because of that, some of my friends thought that I would be so relieved to get out of that relationship — or that I would get over it more quickly. The truth is, you can’t really know how a person will respond.” — Lisa Miller

4. A marriage can’t be saved by one spouse alone.
“I was married in the church I grew up in. I said ’till death do us part’ and by the end of my marriage, I was so dead inside, I felt like that should count. I did my best to work through it but I couldn’t save it by myself.” — Angela Robbins

5. You feel every emotion under the sun.
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6. It is possible to divorce like grown-ups.
“It does not have to end with lawyers and catty, hair-splitting BS. You can be mature and fair and split amicably. Honest.” — Jess Nelson

7. Sorry, but your breakup has nothing on a divorce.
“Divorce isn’t like the time you had a really bad breakup with a boyfriend or girlfriend. During my divorce, people would say ‘oh, yeah, I just broke up with my S.O., too.’ Nope. This is 100 times worse. On a soul level, it’s so much harder.” — Katie Shirey

8. Divorce feels a bit like a death in the family.
“I wish people would understand that divorce is a death without a funeral. It represents the end of something that started out with so much promise and hope and it’s painful when that hope dies. Sometimes I think that divorce has become so routine that it’s not taken seriously enough and that devalues marriage.” — Wendy Mooney

9. Divorce isn’t a dirty word.
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10. Ending a marriage is never easy.
“Divorce is anything but the ‘easy way out.’ Making the decision to get divorced is life-altering. There’s nothing easy about it.” — Aly Marie

11. The judgment isn’t helpful.
“Don’t judge. Because your marriage could fall apart, too. When you hear about someone’s divorce, just give them space. Let them talk and don’t say, ‘Well, if I were you…’ Most of the time we just want to share and let our feelings out. Plus, most people have already done a lot of review on why the marriage ended.” — Marcia Pauluk

12. There’s a silver-lining to divorce.
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There’s nothing easy about getting a divorce — and the judgment you encounter from otherwise well-meaning friends and family only makes it worse. The truth is, you don’t really know what it’s like to get a divorce until you’re on the brink of getting one.

To help clear things up, we asked HuffPost Divorce readers and bloggers to share the one thing they wish people understood about ending a marriage. Here’s what they had to say:

1. Divorce isn’t an option until it’s the only option.
“I really wish those ‘I want my first marriage to be my only marriage’ memes would just go away. No one goes into a marriage intending for it to end in divorce. Sometimes you fight like hell and work your tail off to keep your marriage afloat but realize you’re doing it alone. It takes two people to make a marriage and family work but if the other person doesn’t want to be with you, there’s not a whole lot left for you to do. It’s hard to ‘give up’ on your marriage but at some point you realize that there’s more to life and you have to do what’s best for you and the kids in the long run.” — Brittany Lewis

2. A divorce is never really “final.”
divorce 3

3. No two divorces are the same.
“This is because no two people are the same. What this adds up to is an endless combination of ways people choose to heal. Don’t judge, don’t pooh-pooh and don’t minimize the form a person’s grief takes. I was in a very controlling relationship and because of that, some of my friends thought that I would be so relieved to get out of that relationship — or that I would get over it more quickly. The truth is, you can’t really know how a person will respond.” — Lisa Miller

4. A marriage can’t be saved by one spouse alone.
“I was married in the church I grew up in. I said ’till death do us part’ and by the end of my marriage, I was so dead inside, I felt like that should count. I did my best to work through it but I couldn’t save it by myself.” — Angela Robbins

5. You feel every emotion under the sun.
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6. It is possible to divorce like grown-ups.
“It does not have to end with lawyers and catty, hair-splitting BS. You can be mature and fair and split amicably. Honest.” — Jess Nelson

7. Sorry, but your breakup has nothing on a divorce.
“Divorce isn’t like the time you had a really bad breakup with a boyfriend or girlfriend. During my divorce, people would say ‘oh, yeah, I just broke up with my S.O., too.’ Nope. This is 100 times worse. On a soul level, it’s so much harder.” — Katie Shirey

8. Divorce feels a bit like a death in the family.
“I wish people would understand that divorce is a death without a funeral. It represents the end of something that started out with so much promise and hope and it’s painful when that hope dies. Sometimes I think that divorce has become so routine that it’s not taken seriously enough and that devalues marriage.” — Wendy Mooney

9. Divorce isn’t a dirty word.
divorce 1

10. Ending a marriage is never easy.
“Divorce is anything but the ‘easy way out.’ Making the decision to get divorced is life-altering. There’s nothing easy about it.” — Aly Marie

11. The judgment isn’t helpful.
“Don’t judge. Because your marriage could fall apart, too. When you hear about someone’s divorce, just give them space. Let them talk and don’t say, ‘Well, if I were you…’ Most of the time we just want to share and let our feelings out. Plus, most people have already done a lot of review on why the marriage ended.” — Marcia Pauluk

12. There’s a silver-lining to divorce.
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The Health Advice I Don’t Find Credible

The other day I read an article in which an “exercise scientist” said that people who exercise regularly are far more likely to keep off the weight after a diet.

So…therefore…you should exercise if you want to keep the weight off. That was the implication.

That doesn’t sound credible to me. 

I’m a big fan of exercise, for health reasons, but it seems to me that the people with the greatest determination to maintain a healthy weight simply do all the things that are recommended for weight management, whether those things work or not. And exercise is generally the top recommendation from experts, after diet.

Look at it this way: If experts told us that the only good ways to maintain a healthy weight included a good diet and shaving off your eyebrows, you would see a high correlation between people who succeeded in keeping off weight and people with no eyebrows.

Here are some more correlations that have never sounded credible to me.

Married people live longer. The implication is that being married is healthier than being single. Maybe. But you know what else is true?

People don’t like to marry unhealthy-looking people. SO OF COURSE THE UNMARRIED DIE SOONER. THEY WERE LESS HEALTHY TO BEGIN WITH.

Getting married might be good for your health, but I don’t think you can believe any data showing a correlation. And I have to think, based on observation, that no more than 20% of married people would say that being married reduces stress.

Dog owners are healthier. The implication is that owning a dog is good for your health. Experts speculate that dog-owners take more walks, and walking is good for you. Or maybe dogs reduce our stress. But you know what else is true?

UNHEALTHY PEOPLE ARE LESS LIKELY TO GET DOGS BECAUSE WALKING THEM SEVERAL TIMES A DAY IS A PAIN IN THE ASS.

Or if you prefer, people who don’t feel capable of taking care of pets probably don’t know a lot about taking care of themselves either. Incompetence doesn’t stay confined to one area as much as you’d hope. 

Owning a dog might be healthy, but the data is not credible to me. And it conflicts with observation. My dog is great, and I love her, but she adds huge stress to my day.

Light Drinkers Live Longer: The implication is that light drinking is good for your health. I consider this the least credible correlation of all time. Because you know what else is true of light drinkers?

They are probably inclined toward moderation in general, and good self-discipline as well. Those qualities are likely to be correlated with good health because it all falls into the category of doing what common sense and experts tell you to do. That seems like a healthy way to approach life.

And light drinkers are probably not poor, because alcohol is expensive, which means they have access to better healthcare and better information about health.

My guess is that light drinking is roughly as healthy as light smoking. But we will never know for sure because most researchers are also drinkers (I assume, because most adults are drinkers) and the booze industry is presumably funding some of those studies. How do you get credible information in that context?

To be super-clear, when I say something is not credible, that is different from saying it is false. All I’m saying is that in the cases I mentioned, the evidence does not feel persuasive to me. Based on pattern alone, the studies I mentioned seem more like they belong in the class of things that we will someday laugh at ourselves for believing.

In other news…

In the Berkeley Start-up Blog, find out how bees can get you buzzed. As a bonus, save some rain forests too.

In Top Tech Blog, only God can make a tree. That is why I plan to build a religion around the new 3D printers that can print wood.

And how about a cyborg glove to make your human hand more useful? Great for folks with hand problems. It hasn’t been optimized for masturbation, but that can’t be far behind.

Oh, and while you were napping, some folks 3D-printed a spaceship engine. That…works. You know what is about to change in your life because of all this 3D printing? I’m going to say everything.

Scott

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