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Tiger Roars Again! Woods Kisses Girlfriend Erica Herman After Epic Victory

Tiger Woods has won his first major tournament in five years.

The famous golfer won his 80th PGA title after undergoing four back surgeries – it was 1876 days since his last major win in 2013.

And his girlfriend Erica Herman was on hand to celebrate the epic triumph with him.

After winning he said: “I loved every minute of it the fight and the grind.

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“I was having a hard time not crying at the last hole, once I got the ball on the green I knew I could handle it from there.”

The 42-year-old clinched the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta on Sunday.

He has overcome personal struggles and four back surgeries to secure his 80th PGA title when many experts believed that he was finished.

Woods shot a final round to end with -12 to win the tournament as he was cheered on by thousand of fans in Atlanta.

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The famous golfer looked emotional as he holed his final putt to end his five years drought.

His current girlfriend Erica Herman, 33, was at the course to celebrate his historic victory by hugging and kissing him on the 18th hole. reported recently that they were having problems in their relationship.

Woods had previously dated Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn who is currently dating NHL star P.K. Subban.

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CNN Commentator Jason Miller Steps Down Over Drugged Stripper Allegation – Details

CNN political commentator Jason Miller has stepped down from his position after a reported scandal involving a stripper.

The former Trump aide has been accused of slipping the stripper an abortion drug back in 2012.

Miller and the unnamed woman met while she was a dancer at a Florida gentleman’s club.

After falling pregnant he allegedly drugged her resulting in her losing the child and being hospitalized.

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Miller, who is embroiled in a messy custody battle with anther former Trump advisor, Arlene ‘AJ’ Delgado, has denied the claims.

The shocking allegations came in documents filed by his former girlfriend Delgado.

She claims Miller, who was married to his current wife Kelly and had a four-year-old daughter, met a dancer who worked there and allegedly continued a sexual relationship, which resulted in the woman’s pregnancy.

The stripper, who has not been identified, allegedly drank the smoothie which contained the abortion drug Splinter, with no knowledge of what was in it, and soon suffered a miscarriage, Delgado claims.

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She wound up in hospital, where she stayed for two days, and allegedly nearly lost her life.

‘Jane Doe herself was hospitalized for two days, the abortion pill possibly reacting with potential street drugs in her system at the time she drank the Smoothie,’ the documents said.

Miller released a statement: ‘I have decided to step away from my role as a Political Commentator at CNN to focus on clearing my name and fighting the false and defamatory accusations made against me’.

Miller and Delgado had an affair on the Trump campaign trail, which resulted in Delgado becoming pregnant and giving birth to their son William.

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The pair has been in a bitter custody battle for nearly a year, and the bombshell accusations were filed in the case earlier this month.

She claims she fears for their son’s safety during his unsupervised time with the former commentator.

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Hottest Pics Of Kylie Jenner Putting Meat In Her Mouth


If you’re hungry for hotness, then check out all of the sexiest pics of Kylie Jenner chowing down on food to commemorate her recent tweet stating that she just had cereal with milk for the first time. These are the milestones worth celebrating. Judging from these pics, Kylie loves to eat lots of food, and you’re really going to have fun seeing exactly which types she chomps down. Hamburgers, tacos, fries, and pizza are just a few of the delectable goodies that once made their way through Kylie, so without further ado, feast your eyes on all the sexiness.

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Brigitte Nielsen just gave birth to a baby girl at age 54, and now she’s flaunting her incredible body on the street and on the red carpet! The Danish actress, best known appearing in the movies Red Sonja and Rocky IV, and having a brief marriage to Sylvester Stallone, did errands with her current husband Mattia Dessi and then hit LGBT Centre’s 49th Anniversary Gala Vanguard Awards in LA on Saturday, September 22.

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Maniac Episode 4 Review: Furs by Sebastian

Maniac introduces its best character yet, a sweet ring-tailed lemur named Wendy. But the human characters could use some work.

This Maniac review contains spoilers.

Maniac Episode 4

Lemurs are so cool. 

 Here’s a fun look into what life was like before mass adoption of the Internet. When I was around 10 or 11 years old, my family had a desktop computer with internet access but the internet wasn’t all that fun or reliable yet. And it certainly wasn’t mobile. The would-be intoxicating universe of the World Wide Web was constrained to that old Dell desktop that lived inside our home’s “office.” 

So on slow summer nights when there was nothing to do and no Wikipedia holes to fall into, I would sit on my parents bed in their room, smack in front of their small TV and watch Animal Planet. I would spend the night (or at least until my parents needed to sleep) watching Steve Irwin, Jeff Corwin, or some other Animal Planet personality and hope that they would interact with my favorite animal: the lemur.

Why was the lemur my favorite animal? Who knows? The most popular and frequently occurring version of the lemur, the ring-tailed variety, is just kind of cool looking. They look as though they are a more interesting universe’s version of squirrels. Regardless of why, I would spend a whole summer watching Animal Planet and getting excited when a new subspecies of lemur was introduced. I even watched with a little notepad on the bed so I could jot down the names of newly discovered (for me at least) species: ring-tailed, red ruffed, brown, red-collared, mongoose, and so on.

Anyway, this is all to say that there’s a lemur in this episode of Maniac - a nice fluffy ring-tailed one named Wendy. And Wendy is the best part of “Furs by Sebastian.” I can’t fully tell if that’s because of my own pro-lemur bias or because this is a relatively boring episode of television. Either way, however, I think this show is starting to lose me a bit.

As far as drug-induced explorations into mentally ill minds go, the story at play in “Furs by Sebastian” is rather conventional. As teased by “Having a Day’s” conclusion, we are now firmly planted in Owen and Annie’s “B” pill world where they are a married couple in ’80s or ‘90s Long Island named Linda and Bruce. I initially assumed they were Houstonians because of “Bruce’s” Warren Moon jersey but the accents and strip malls make the setting unmistakable. 

Linda is a tender, sweet-hearted, yet badass nurse who promises a recently-departed patient, Nan, that she will get her beloved lemur, Wendy, into the care of her daughter. Unfortunately, evil fur trader Sebastian (played by HBO’s awesome go-to creep portrayer Glenn Fleshler) steals Wendy out of Linda’s watchful eye at a bagel shop and has plans to turn her into a hat. Bruce and Linda engage in a rescue operation at Furs by Sebastian that naturally ends in a hale of gunfire from Sebastian’s clan and the Fish and Wildlife agency (“I thought you were cops!” “There’s not much of a difference authority-wise.”).

All things considered, that is a fun little action romp within the framework of the human mind. Still, I can’t help but feel as though something is missing on this show nearly halfway into its run. As best as I can articulate it, Maniac has either done too much or done too little to flesh out its non-lemur characters. That’s a frustratingly vague summation, I know. But lets’ see if I can work through it.

Let’s say that this episode, “Furs by Sebastian” was the very first episode of the season. Don’t change anything about the infrastructure of the show or move scenes around from episode to episode. Just take this exact episode and make it episode 1. Wouldn’t you be far more intrigued? Wouldn’t it be awesome to see the glimpses of Owen and Annie in their little brain machine contraptions back in the “real” world by episode’s end?

This in media res introduction would be a solid way for the show to get away with its lack of solid character building from the jump. It would be doing more with less. As things stand, the character moments in “Furs by Sebastian” ring false because they are at odds with what we’ve learned about the characters so far. Why is Bruce and Linda’s marriage seemingly unhappy other than the fact Owen and Annie are experiencing differing levels of mental illness in their own lives? Owen and Annie don’t have any real world history together other than Owen’s brief psychological obsession with Annie before she assured him that she’s not his secret agent handler. 

Through the first three episodes, Maniac did a decent enough job of communicating the various damages and insecurities of its two lead characters. Owen is clinically mentally ill and comes from a demanding, high-class family. Annie underwent serious trauma within her own family and lost her sister - the most important person in the world to her. That’s pretty clear-cut stuff. It’s also at odds with what we’ve seen so far in their unconsciouses. 

That’s why the other option for Maniac’s early episodes would have been to give us more - more trauma, more character study, more time spent in this world with these characters before we begin to plumb the depths of their sad, soggy brains. 

Maniac is still a solid show with a real admirable sense of spectacle. I can’t lie that it was fun to watch one of Sebastian’s sons get absolutely lit up with shotgun fire from the Fish and Wildlife agency of all people. Plus there is our beloved Wendy the lemur. The show’s visual language is strong. The emotional language is lacking. It’s particularly frustrating because Maniac is clearly the work of creative, empathetic people who want to communicate something with real emotional depth.

Witness Linda’s conversation with Nan’s daughter in which we find out that Wendy isn’t an “I love you lemur” but rather a “fuck you lemur.” Nan granted the lemur to her daughter as a reminder that children will also disappoint you but lemurs never will (hell no, they won’t! Lemurz 4 Life!) Linda responds to this interaction not with horror but with understanding for Nan’s perspective. “Maybe you shouldn’t have kids,” she tells Nan’s daughter.

Why is Linda so cruel in this moment? I couldn’t tell you. Because I don’t know her. Maniac has six more episodes to tell me but I can’t help but be a little frustrated that it didn’t bother to do so in the first four. At least it gave us Wendy the Lemur.

Review Alec Bojalad
Sep 23, 2018

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Audrey Roloff Reveals How She Planned Sexy Anniversary With Jeremy

Audrey Roloff Reveals She Planned Anniversary With Jeremy Amid Marriage Rumors

After Audrey Roloff‘s husband Jeremy caused marriage problem rumors to fly last week on their wedding anniversary, the flame-haired former Little People, Big World wife wanted fans to know everything is great between them!

On Saturday, September 22, Audrey, 27, revealed in a lengthy Instagram post how she planned a romantic hotel getaway for herself and Jeremy to celebrate their anniversary.

The move came after, as reported, Jeremy, 27, had confided on Instagram on their wedding date, Thursday, September 20, that his marriage to Audrey has been “tough” in the last couple of months.

“Today marks four years with my beautiful bride. Happy anniversary babe! You continue to impress me. Getting to know you, re-learn you, and partner with you has been an adventure, and all things considered — it’s just beginning,” Jeremy began.

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He added, “These have been tough months recently, but hard work always pays off. I love you and I love writing a love story with you.If the next half is half as good as the half we’ve known – here’s hail!”

Audrey, the mother of his daughter Ember, informed fans two days later how the actual anniversary had gone!

“It was my turn to plan our anniversary this year,” she wrote on Instagram. “We started switching off because we like surprising each other and it was just easier for managing our expectations😉. ”

She shared, “I booked us a night (our first night away from Ember😅) at the The Sentinel Hotel where we stayed on our wedding night 4 years ago. I remember when we checked in on our wedding night Jer and I flipped out because there was a typewriter in the entry way😭 The typewriter holds a special meaning in our love story – Jeremy sent me hand typed letters throughout our years of long distance, he asked me to be his wife on the typewriter, and our typewriter has been on display in every home we’ve ever lived in, reminding and inspiring us to write a love story worth reading.”

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Audrey went on to write, alongside of a loving photo of her and Jeremy, that she’d called ahead of time and “made a request for a special anniversary message to be displayed on the typewriter upon our arrival” at the hotel.

The former reality TV star, who quit LPBW along with her husband, said they had an “enchanting” evening in Portland and “I finally got to experience the Multnomah Whiskey Library.”

They ended their night reading anniversary letters – “the ones we wrote to each other on our anniversary last year. It’s our favorite anniversary tradition.”

While fans have wondered if the couple’s marriage has become strained — after Audrey had a difficult birth with Ember last September and they quit the show — she insisted on Instagram on Saturday that they celebrate their anniversary “as if it’s a national holiday.”

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She concluded the post by writing, “And as our favorite quote from our favorite book says… ‘If it’s half as good as the half we’ve known, here’s Hail! to the rest of the road.’ Happy anniversary Farmer. Let’s keep living #ALoveLetterLife 💌 #stayingido #beating50percent.”

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Not Fair! Mary Kay Letourneau Claims She Was Wrongly Imprisoned In New Interview

Mary Kay Letourneau Claims She Was Wrongly Imprisoned

Mary Kay Letourneau has sensationally claimed that she was wrongly imprisoned in a new interview.

Speaking to Autralian show Sunday Night she has spoken out about her sentence after she had an affair with Vili Fualaau.

Teacher Letourneau made headlines all over the world in 1997 when it was reveaked she was in a relationship with student Fualaau who was only aged, 12.

She was 34 at the time and was married with four kids.

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After being arrested following a tip from her husband’s family she pled guilty and was convicted of second-degree child rape.

When she gave birth to a daughter, Audrey, she struck a plea deal which meant she could have no further contact with her younger lover.

But a year later the couple were caught having sex in a car by the police and she was sentenced to seven years jail time.

When asked if she was wrongly jailed she said: “Absolutely, you do not know our story we do.”

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The 56-year-old believes that she was ‘tricked and coerced’ into her initial guilty plea.

“I did the best that I felt at the time – but it is just absurd to think that 13-year-old’s are not having sex and they are not pursuing it.

“I did not know, I have said this over and over again, that this would count as a crime.”

Although this is at odds with what Fualaau, 33, thinks of their affair today.

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“I would say you know it was wrong, I think morally we should have waited,” he confessed.

The couple is now married and they had a second daughter, Georgia, in 1998 while she was still in prison.

And although their relationship continues to upset many she claims that she was the one that was pursued.

She defended her actions to her lawyer claiming the couple ‘were in love’ and that her younger lover was ‘pursuing and wanting it’.

The couple first met when he was only 8-years-old and he confided that he was obsessed with her from an early age – he and his friends would hide in a school closet so they could look up her skirt when she walked past.

And he tried to get involved with her as part of a bet with his pals.

“They told me ‘I bet you that you can’t get what’s her name’ – And I ended up taking the bet and pursuing Mary.”

Their relationship still has problems today. Last year he filed for a legal separation but withdrew the request.

“I’ve seen marriage where they make it work, they might have fallen out of love somewhere in the relationship but they somehow they just make it work,” he added.

And despite everything they have been through she still has strong feelings for her husband.

“I love him more today, I hope everyone in marriages gets there,” she said.

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When Will Marvel Stop Inserting Politics in Our 1980s X-Men Comics [X-ual Healing 9-19-18]

As longtime X-ual Healing readers know, we’ve been working our way through a reread of every X-Men comic starting with Giant Size X-Men #1 and working our way through the present. For the “main” X-books, we’ve just completed X-Cutioner’s Song, and over the past week we’ve been catching up on Wolverine’s stories, both with Larry Hama and Marc Silvestri taking over the core Wolverine ongoing and also the various Wolverine and X-Men stories in Marvel Comics Presents.

Though Marvel Comics Presents eventually turned into a Wolverine-centric anthology title, it was originally planned to feature a rotating cast of different X-Men characters in the lead stories, which is how we ended up with a Colossus solo story starting in 1989’s Marvel Comics Presents #10. Called God’s Country, the story is written by the great Ann Nocenti, with art by penciler Rick Leonardi, inker P. Craig Russell, and colorist extraordinaire Glynis Oliver.

The story starts out with Colossus arguing with a newsstand vendor at a small town carnival over freedom of speech…

Meanwhile, in nearby woods, a family consisting of father Bruce, a military vet, his wife, Roxanne, her father, a liberal, and their son, Zackery, heading off for a picnic. Zackery, of course, has brought his gun.

Zackery kills a preying mantis, clearly training to be a future serial killer, as Colossus spies on the family like a creep.

As Zack’s dad and grampa argue over Ronald Reagan and global warming, Zackery heads off into the woods to track down one of those balsa wood airplanes they used to sell everywhere in the 1980s, where he comes across some covert CIA operatives about to kill someone to protect their secrets. The team, who all have deadly mutant and/or cybernetic powers, is about to kill Zachery as well until Colossus intervenes. The family and Colossus escape in their pickup truck, and Colossus joins the family argument about politics.

When they get to a police station, Colossus senses that the cops are going to betray them, maybe kill them, so he pushes them away and the family escapes, holing up in their house. Even with all of this, Bruce doesn’t want to believe that America could be behind anything so morally wrong.

Even so, better safe than sorry, so he arms his wife and son with guns.

Though little Zack may need some lessons in proper gun safety.

Roxanne would prefer the family get a hotel room instead of turning their home into a bunker, but it turns out Bruce can’t get a job to pay for it.

This prompts a lecture from Colossus, revealing he really is a no-good socialist who believes in the right to universal health care!

Ouch! The black ops team, who we learn are called the Cold Warrioirs, attacks again, and Colossus grabs a prisoner, a woman who tells them their team used to be sanctioned by the CIA, but their operations became so secret that not even the CIA knows about it anymore. Colossus heads off to the team’s base to track them down, while Bruce becomes more and more paranoid, tying up and gagging his own wife. Colossus, meanwhile, confronts the leader of the Cold Warriors, Alexander, a rich old white man who believes he is above the law. Alwxander says that Colossus can’t do anything about it because the government and media will just cover it all up.

Eventually, the police arrive at the house and end the crisis. Colossus arrives too, and everyone tells their story to the reporters on scene. Colossus is disillusioned, thinking things will be covered up, but gramps still believes in the power of the free press.

As Alex is taken away in a police car, he gloats that he’ll be free as soon as he’s allowed a single phone call. Colossus, however, now realizes that he’s delusional. Or is he…?

There are so many overt politics in this comic from 1988! It’s not clear how today’s SJW mafia is able to infiltrate even comics published 30 years ago and insert their political agenda into them, but it is clear that they need to be stopped so we can have comics be more like the ones published 30 years ago.

If you’d like to get ahold of these issues so you can stab them, we recommend MyComicShop for all your back issue needs. And with that, it’s time to get on with the meat and potatoes of this column: recapping everything that happened in this week’s X-Men comics!

Sworn to sell comics for Marvel executives who feared and hated the fact that Fox owned their movie rights, The Uncanny X-Men suffered great indignities, but with a corporate merger on the way, the X-Men can finally get back to doing what they do best: being objectively the best franchise in all of comics.

If you’re new to the column, here’s how it works: we tell you what happened in the X-books last week. That’s about it. Not a review, no critical analysis. All we care about is what happened in the ongoing saga of the best franchise in the history of all literature. Let’s get started.

X-Men Gold #36
(W) Marc Guggenheim (A) Pere Perez (CA) Phil Noto
• A special look into a day in the life of the headmistress of the Xavier Institute…
Rated T+
In Shops: Sep 19, 2018
SRP: $3.99

X-Men Gold wraps up in issue #36 with a day in the life of the X-Men. Kitty starts her day by leaving a message on Colossus’s answering machine about their breakup. Kurt and Rachel have also broken up in the wake of Rachel being controlled by Mesmero. Storm and Kitty discuss Storm losing her Asgardian hammer and her parents. Kitty believes all this loss is “to remind us what it is we’re fighting for.”

The X-Men head to Port Washington, New York, where a new mutant named Brian Morrison has just manifested his powers, and he’s destroying the town. Kitty talks him into making the decision to power down, at which point a local shoots him right in the head. At North Shore medical center, a doctor is afraid of the damage the mutant could cause and so refuses to perform life-saving surgery. Kitty is about to have Rachel telepathically force him when another doctor,  one who was hating mutants back in X-Men Gold #1, arrives and volunteers to do it.

Here’s the scene from X-Men Gold #1, complete with Ardian Syaf’s hidden anti-Christian and anti-semitic messages in the artwork

But more than just the hidden messages on local signage have changed since then…

The issue ends with the doctor unsure of whether the surgery will make a difference, but doing it anyway. From watching the X-Men over the last few months (it’s been 36 issues. Marvel time is weird), she’s learned mutants not so different after all. They’re just people.

The issue ends with a dedication to Chris Claremont and an essay from Marc Guggenheim about why Claremont’s stories captured his imagination as a kid.

Return of Wolverine #1
(W) Charles Soule (A/CA) Steve McNiven
Parental Advisory
In Shops: Sep 19, 2018
SRP: $4.99

While X-Men Gold’s story comes to an end, Wolverine’s is beginning again in Return of Wolverine #1. It begins with Logan, hot claws flaming, waking up in a lab full of dead soldiers. A genetic scientist who had been working on bringing back extinct creatures, including a nearby sabretooth tiger, tells Logan that Soteira is to blame for all of this and tells him to put an end to them. Logan, unfortunately, doesn’t remember who he is, but the scientist hints that he’s a superhero before a grenade blows him up and unleashes the tiger, which is subsequently mauled by a wooly mammoth, which then escapes through a tunnel. Logan sees a reflection of Wolverine in some blood on the ground, reminding him he’s a hero. He sees a reflection of Weapon X in some other blood, who tells him to take down Soteira for revenge. In some water (which makes more sense for having reflections), he sees Patch, who tells Logan to take down Soteira for everything they’ve taken away from him.

Logan hops on a motorcycle and rides to a nearby military base where some Soteira soldiers steal a child from another scientist and gun down some other scientists. Logan arrives and takes out one of the guards with machine guns from his motorcycle, but metal tentacles come out of the guard’s clothing and wake him back up to shoot Logan with a sniper rifle. Logan falls off the bike and passes out, waking up in a mindscape where Persephone, the leader of Soteira, is walking him through a hallway filled with different versions of Wolverine in cages. One of them totally rips off the dialog from Improbable Previews.

From Return of Wolverine #1:

From Improbable Previews:

Hi, Charles Soule. We see you.

Besides Bub-Logan, we see Sabretooth in a cage, mohawk Storm, Weapon X, Cyclops, original Hulk debut Wolverine, Lady Deathstrike, and many other cages. One cage is walled off, and Persephone tells Logan he doesn’t want to open that one. Then they make out.

Logan is woken up by the scientist whose kid was taken earlier. She tells him he’s Wolverine and tells him he’s a hunter, a killer, and a superhero. She wants him to rescue her son, a fifteen-year-old named Perren. She tells him a story about a time he saved a town, and in his mind, Logan lets traditional superhero Wolverine out of his cage, apparently regaining those memories. Inspired, Logan dons the outfit of a goth hibachi chef and heads off to take on Persephone.

Maybe it’s because we recently started on Larry Hama and Marc Silvestri’s run on the original Wolverine ongoing, but we’re feeling just nostalgic to enjoy a Wolverine return. Hopefully a few years of being dead helps the character return to his roots, and hopefully hot claws is never brought up again after this mini-series.

Mr. and Mrs. X #3
(W) Kelly Thompson (A) Oscar Bazaldua (CA) Terry Dodson
ROGUE and GAMBIT’S romantic getaway is but a faint memory as they’re forced to team up with DEADPOOL to protect a dangerous and extremely valuable “package” when half the galaxy comes to claim it. What secrets does the package hold that the Imperial Guard and Deathbird (with an entire Shi’ar rebellion in tow!) will risk everything for? More importantly, can Rogue, Gambit, and Deadpool stop bickering long enough to win?
Rated T+
In Shops: Sep 19, 2018
SRP: $3.99

Meanwhile, in spaaaaaaace, Gladiator, the Majestor of the Shi’ar Empire, scolds the imperial guard for failing to capture the egg in Mr. and Mrs. X #1. Telepathically, he has Oracle dispatch Cerise to complete a secret mission, perhaps one counter to the one he has the Guard taking on. On Rogue and Gambit’s honeymoon ship, Gambit and Deadpool try to capture the naked Rogue doppelganger who hatched out of the egg last issue while Rogue yells at Kitty Pryde over space-Skype (which still gets a better connection than we ever get on regular Earth-Skype). Kitty explains that the egg was actually the genetically-engineered daughter of Lilandra Nermini and Charles Xavier and only looks like Rogue as a psychic defense mechanism. The kid reads the thoughts of Rogue and Gambit to learn about her parents and then transforms into Xandra, looking like a combination of Charles and Lilandra.

Xandra senses the arrival of her aunt, Deathbird, who begins firing on the ship. Deadpool and Gambit teleport to her ship to take care of it and a pretty cool fight scene is depicted over the course of two double-page spreads.

Having successfully dispatched the guards, Gambit and Deadpool confront Deathbird, who explains she is leading the resistance against the Shi’ar. She wants the child because it will give her a good claim to the throne. Gambit blows up her weapons and teleportation systems and then he and Deadpool teleport back to the ship. There, Rogue gets rid of Deadpool because she can’t trust him when Nightside of the Imperial Guard suddenly appears and kidnaps Xandra, who was smart enough to transform back into an egg before anyone saw her humanoid form. Cerise arrives shortly afterward and tells Rogue and Gambit they need to go undercover and infiltrate the Shi’ar homeworld of Chandilar. Unfortunately, these disguises didn’t work out well as we cut to Rogue and Gambit suspended upside down in chains, having apparently been captured. We’ll learn more next issue.

Kelly Thompson (along with Pere Perez and the rest of the team on Rogue and Gambit) really revitalized these characters, especially Gambit, after a long period of stagnation. Thompson, Oscar Bazaldua, and Frank D’Armata (who was also the colorist on Rogue and Gambit) continue to deliver an excellent X-Men story focused on these characters. Mr. and Mrs. X #3 is the Wolverine’s Weiner X-Pick of the Week, and on a pretty strong week of competition at that.

Congratulations to the creative team for winning the most coveted trophy in weekly grilled meat-themed comics awards.

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Finally, we come to Multiple Man #4, which is an incredibly enjoyable comic to read, but a real @#$%ing bitch to recap. We’ll do our best. Evil Emporer Jamie, having just decapitated protagonist Jamie in the previous issue, realizes this dupe is slightly older than he is. He feels a little bad about killing him and also worried about what other time travel shenanigans might be messing with his plans. He finds a time travel device in dead Jamie’s coat, steals the clothes off his body, and heads back to the present to the lab scene we saw in issue one where he tackles protagonist Jamie to stop him from making a formula to keep him alive. After a brief fight, the two Jamies merge together. Back in the future, Jamie’s second-in-command, who we’ll call bearded Jamie, takes control of the empire in the emperor’s absence.

We’re then treated to some cutscenes explaining how the four superpowered Jamie dupes who originally came back in time to bring protagonist Jamie to the future gained their powers. As we recall, the superpowered Jamies led Jamie to the resistance hideout where their past, non-superpowered selves were part of the rebel forces. Jamie sent them off to gather help before being captured and decapitated by the emperor. One of them ends up “elsewhere and elsewhen” where he finds Tony Stark, Sorcerer Supreme, and his manservant Nightcrawler. Jamie wants Stark to train him to be the master of the mystic arts. Elsewhere and elsewhen again, another dupe meets what we’re guessing is an old Bruce Banner (maybe) in a gamma-irradiated future, maybe the Wastelands from Old Man Logan. Look, we’re doing our best here. Another Jamie meets up with The Freakshow, a team from X-Men 2099. Another one ends in what appears to be the Marvel Swimsuit Special universe.

Finally, one ends up in the Age of Apocalypse future, where he runs into Slim and Redd.

Eventually, the first Jamie becomes Sorcerer Supreme himself, and, having trained long enough, orders Nightcrawler to bring him the remains of Cloak, puts on the cloak, fires Nightcrawler, and teleports two years the future where he finds Hulk Jamie, now part of the Hulk gang, and recruits him to complete their original mission. They then located Cable/Warlock Jamie, who is just about to finally defeat Apocalypse’s armies, and pulls him out. Finally, they locate Deadpool Jamie in the 2099 universe and he joins the team. Wait, what about Swimsuit Special Jamie? Well, in any case, the four super-powered Jamies head to the X-Mansion in the present, where we met them in Multiple Man #1, and they grab Jamie like they did in that issue and teleport to the future.

However, this time, the portal reopens and bearded second-in-command evil empire Jamie walks out along with an army of dupes to cause trouble in the present (and if the previews are any indication, in the relaunched Uncanny X-Men series). That’s as fine a cliffhanger as any to end this issue.

Multiple Man #4 is clever and funny and really, really goofy. It’s also hard as @#$% to follow all the time travel shenanigans, so we’ve put a ton of effort into making a timeline to help you understand it, which you can see here. Let us know if you find any errors.

That’s all for this week! See you next weekend as we explore the next chapters in the lives of our beloved mutants.

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Damon Wayans Jr. Fights For Custody Of Kids By ‘Basketball Wives’ Baby Mama

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Damon Wayans Jr. has slapped his Basketball Wives star baby mama with legal documents fighting for custody of their kids, The Blast has reported.

On Friday, the Happy Together actor informed Aja Metoyer in court papers that he wants to change their custody arrangement and get full custody of his kids because she’s allegedly not taking their daughter’s education seriously.

According to The Blast, the docs indicate Wayans Jr., 35, is also questioning how Metoyer is spending child support money from him and NBA star Dwyane Wade.

Wayans Jr. and the Basketball Wives beauty raise two daughters, ages 13 and 15.

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Right now, Metoyer has primary physical custody of the girls and both parents joint legal custody.

But Wayans Jr., whose new sitcom Happy Together premieres on CBS next month, said in a court declaration that he now wants primary custody of the girls during the week, claiming they are suffering in school because of their mother’s “inability to prioritize their education.”

The actor claims the children are “habitually absent” or tardy to class, among other alleged problems in Metoyer’s parenting.

Wayans Jr. argues that with having primary custody, it is her responsibility to get the children to school on time and make sure they do homework.

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The star complains in legal papers that Metoyer — who also has a son, a son, Xavier, by basketball player Wade — that she constantly “puts her own needs before those” of the children, including allegedly taking one of the girls on a cruise vacation when she was supposed to be in summer school.

According to Wayans Jr., Metoyer has sometimes denied him access to his daughters.

Metoyer of the reality show Basketball Wives has previously caused controversy by giving birth to Wade’s child in 2013 while he was on a “break” in his romance with actress Gabrielle Union. Wade and Union got married in 2014.

Wayans Jr. told the court, “I do not know how [Metoyer] spends the child support money she receives from me or the father of [Metoyer’s] other child, a 4-year-old whose father is basketball star Dwayne [sic] Wade.”

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He claims that his daughters are often left alone to care for their little half-brother Xavier.

A court mediation between Wayans and his ex-galpal is set for October 31.

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Happy anniversary, Android

It’s been 10 years since Google took the wraps off the G1, the first Android phone. Since that time the OS has grown from buggy, nerdy iPhone alternative to arguably the most popular (or at least populous) computing platform in the world. But it sure as heck didn’t get there without hitting a few bumps along the road.

Join us for a brief retrospective on the last decade of Android devices: the good, the bad, and the Nexus Q.

HTC G1 (2008)

This is the one that started it all, and I have a soft spot in my heart for the old thing. Also known as the HTC Dream — this was back when we had an HTC, you see — the G1 was about as inauspicious a debut as you can imagine. Its full keyboard, trackball, slightly janky slide-up screen (crooked even in official photos), and considerable girth marked it from the outset as a phone only a real geek could love. Compared to the iPhone, it was like a poorly dressed whale.

But in time its half-baked software matured and its idiosyncrasies became apparent for the smart touches they were. To this day I occasionally long for a trackball or full keyboard, and while the G1 wasn’t pretty, it was tough as hell.

Moto Droid (2009)

Of course, most people didn’t give Android a second look until Moto came out with the Droid, a slicker, thinner device from the maker of the famed RAZR. In retrospect, the Droid wasn’t that much better or different than the G1, but it was thinner, had a better screen, and had the benefit of an enormous marketing push from Motorola and Verizon. (Disclosure: Verizon owns Oath, which owns TechCrunch, but this doesn’t affect our coverage in any way.)

For many, the Droid and its immediate descendants were the first Android phones they had — something new and interesting that blew the likes of Palm out of the water, but also happened to be a lot cheaper than an iPhone.

HTC/Google Nexus One (2010)

This was the fruit of the continued collaboration between Google and HTC, and the first phone Google branded and sold itself. The Nexus One was meant to be the slick, high-quality device that would finally compete toe-to-toe with the iPhone. It ditched the keyboard, got a cool new OLED screen, and had a lovely smooth design. Unfortunately it ran into two problems.

First, the Android ecosystem was beginning to get crowded. People had lots of choices and could pick up phones for cheap that would do the basics. Why lay the cash out for a fancy new one? And second, Apple would shortly release the iPhone 4, which — and I was an Android fanboy at the time — objectively blew the Nexus One and everything else out of the water. Apple had brought a gun to a knife fight.

HTC Evo 4G (2010)

Another HTC? Well, this was prime time for the now-defunct company. They were taking risks no one else would, and the Evo 4G was no exception. It was, for the time, huge: the iPhone had a 3.5-inch screen, and most Android devices weren’t much bigger, if they weren’t smaller.

The Evo 4G somehow survived our criticism (our alarm now seems extremely quaint, given the size of the average phone now) and was a reasonably popular phone, but ultimately is notable not for breaking sales records but breaking the seal on the idea that a phone could be big and still make sense. (Honorable mention goes to the Droid X.)

Samsung Galaxy S (2010)

Samsung’s big debut made a hell of a splash, with custom versions of the phone appearing in the stores of practically every carrier, each with their own name and design: the AT&T Captivate, T-Mobile Vibrant, Verizon Fascinate, and Sprint Epic 4G. As if the Android lineup wasn’t confusing enough already at the time!

Though the S was a solid phone, it wasn’t without its flaws, and the iPhone 4 made for very tough competition. But strong sales reinforced Samsung’s commitment to the platform, and the Galaxy series is still going strong today.

Motorola Xoom (2011)

This was an era in which Android devices were responding to Apple, and not vice versa as we find today. So it’s no surprise that hot on the heels of the original iPad we found Google pushing a tablet-focused version of Android with its partner Motorola, which volunteered to be the guinea pig with its short-lived Xoom tablet.

Although there are still Android tablets on sale today, the Xoom represented a dead end in development — an attempt to carve a piece out of a market Apple had essentially invented and soon dominated. Android tablets from Motorola, HTC, Samsung and others were rarely anything more than adequate, though they sold well enough for a while. This illustrated the impossibility of “leading from behind” and prompted device makers to specialize rather than participate in a commodity hardware melee.

Amazon Kindle Fire (2011)

And who better to illustrate than Amazon? Its contribution to the Android world was the Fire series of tablets, which differentiated themselves from the rest by being extremely cheap and directly focused on consuming digital media. Just $200 at launch and far less later, the Fire devices catered to the regular Amazon customer whose kids were pestering them about getting a tablet on which to play Fruit Ninja or Angry Birds, but who didn’t want to shell out for an iPad.

Turns out this was a wise strategy, and of course one Amazon was uniquely positioned to do with its huge presence in online retail and the ability to subsidize the price out of the reach of competition. Fire tablets were never particularly good, but they were good enough, and for the price you paid, that was kind of a miracle.

Xperia Play (2011)

Sony has always had a hard time with Android. Its Xperia line of phones for years were considered competent — I owned a few myself — and arguably industry-leading in the camera department. But no one bought them. And the one they bought the least of, or at least proportional to the hype it got, has to be the Xperia Play. This thing was supposed to be a mobile gaming platform, and the idea of a slide-out keyboard is great — but the whole thing basically cratered.

What Sony had illustrated was that you couldn’t just piggyback on the popularity and diversity of Android and launch whatever the hell you wanted. Phones didn’t sell themselves, and although the idea of playing Playstation games on your phone might have sounded cool to a few nerds, it was never going to be enough to make it a million-seller. And increasingly that’s what phones needed to be.

Samsung Galaxy Note (2012)

As a sort of natural climax to the swelling phone trend, Samsung went all out with the first true “phablet,” and despite groans of protest the phone not only sold well but became a staple of the Galaxy series. In fact, it wouldn’t be long before Apple would follow on and produce a Plus-sized phone of its own.

The Note also represented a step towards using a phone for serious productivity, not just everyday smartphone stuff. It wasn’t entirely successful — Android just wasn’t ready to be highly productive — but in retrospect it was forward thinking of Samsung to make a go at it and begin to establish productivity as a core competence of the Galaxy series.

Google Nexus Q (2012)

This abortive effort by Google to spread Android out into a platform was part of a number of ill-considered choices at the time. No one really knew, apparently at Google or anywhere elsewhere in the world, what this thing was supposed to do. I still don’t. As we wrote at the time:

Here’s the problem with the Nexus Q:  it’s a stunningly beautiful piece of hardware that’s being let down by the software that’s supposed to control it.

It was made, or rather nearly made in the USA, though, so it had that going for it.

HTC First — “The Facebook Phone” (2013)

The First got dealt a bad hand. The phone itself was a lovely piece of hardware with an understated design and bold colors that stuck out. But its default launcher, the doomed Facebook Home, was hopelessly bad.

How bad? Announced in April, discontinued in May. I remember visiting an AT&T store during that brief period and even then the staff had been instructed in how to disable Facebook’s launcher and reveal the perfectly good phone beneath. The good news was that there were so few of these phones sold new that the entire stock started selling for peanuts on Ebay and the like. I bought two and used them for my early experiments in ROMs. No regrets.

HTC One/M8 (2014)

This was the beginning of the end for HTC, but their last few years saw them update their design language to something that actually rivaled Apple. The One and its successors were good phones, though HTC oversold the “Ultrapixel” camera, which turned out to not be that good, let alone iPhone-beating.

As Samsung increasingly dominated, Sony plugged away, and LG and Chinese companies increasingly entered the fray, HTC was under assault and even a solid phone series like the One couldn’t compete. 2014 was a transition period with old manufacturers dying out and the dominant ones taking over, eventually leading to the market we have today.

Google/LG Nexus 5S and 6P (2015)

This was the line that brought Google into the hardware race in earnest. After the bungled Nexus Q launch, Google needed to come out swinging, and they did that by marrying their more pedestrian hardware with some software that truly zinged. Android 5 was a dream to use, Marshmallow had features that we loved … and the phones became objects that we adored.

We called the 6P “the crown jewel of Android devices”. This was when Google took its phones to the next level and never looked back.


If the Nexus was, in earnest, the starting gun for Google’s entry into the hardware race, the Pixel line could be its victory lap. It’s an honest-to-god competitor to the Apple phone.

Gone are the days when Google is playing catch-up on features to Apple, instead, Google’s a contender in its own right. The phone’s camera is amazing. The software works relatively seamlessly (bring back guest mode!), and phone’s size and power are everything anyone could ask for. The sticker price, like Apple’s newest iPhones, is still a bit of a shock, but this phone is the teleological endpoint in the Android quest to rival its famous, fruitful, contender.

Let’s see what the next ten years bring.

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The New York Times sues the FCC to investigate Russian interference in Net Neutrality decision

The ongoing saga over the FCC’s handling of public comments to its net neutrality proposal continues after The New York Times sued the organization for withholding of information that it believes could prove there was Russian interference.

The Times has filed multiple Freedom of Information Act requests for data on the comments since July 2017, and now, after reducing the scope of its requests significantly was rejected, it is taking the FCC to court in a bid to get the information.

The FCC’s comment system keeled over in May 2017 over during the public feedback period as more than 22 million comments were posted. Plenty of those were suspected of using repeated phrases, fake email addresses and even the names of deceased New Yorkers. The FCC initially falsely claimed the outage was because it was hacked — it wasn’t and it has only just made that clear — it seems instead that its system was unable to handle the volume of comments, with a John Oliver sketch thought to have accounted for a surge in interest.

The New York Times, meanwhile, has been looking into whether Russia was involved. An op-ed in the Washington Post from FCC member Jessica Rosenworcel published earlier this year suggested that as many as 500,000 comments came from Russian email addresses, with an estimated eight million comments sent by throw-away email accounts created via In addition, a report found links between emails mentioned in the Mueller Report and those used to provide comment on net neutrality.

Since the actual events are unclear — for more than a year the FCC allowed people to incorrectly believe it was hacked — an FOIA request could provide a clearer insight into whether there was overseas interference.

Problem: the FCC itself won’t budge, as the suit (which you can find here) explains:

The request at issue in this litigation involves records that will shed light on the extent to which Russian nationals and agents of the Russian government have interfered with the agency notice-and-comment process about a topic of extensive public interest: the government’s decision to abandon “net neutrality.” Release of these records will help broaden the public’s understanding of the scope of Russian interference in the American democratic system.

Despite the clear public importance of the requested records, the FCC has thrown up a series of roadblocks, preventing The Times from obtaining the documents.

Repeatedly, The Times has narrowed its request in the hopes of expediting release of the records so it could explore whether the FCC and the American public had been the victim of orchestrated campaign by the Russians to corrupt the notice-and-comment process and undermine an important step in the democratic process of rule-making.

The original FOIA request lodged in June 2017 from the Times requested “IP addresses, timestamps, and comments, among other data” which included web server data. The FCC initially bulked and declined on the basis that doing so would compromise its IT systems and security (that sounds familiar!), while it also cited privacy concerns for the commenters.

Over the proceeding months, which included dialogue between both parties, the Times pared back the scope of its request considerably. By 31 August 2018, it was only seeking a list of originating IP addresses and timestamps for comments, and a list of user-agent headers (which show a user’s browser type and other diagnostic details) and timestamps. The requested lists were separated to address security concerns.

However, the FCC declined again, and now the Times believes it has “exhausted all administrative remedies.”

“The FCC has no lawful basis for declining to release the records requested,” it added.

Not so, according to the FCC, which released a statement to Ars Technica.

“We are disappointed that The New York Times has filed suit to collect the Commission’s internal Web server logs, logs whose disclosure would put at jeopardy the Commission’s IT security practices for its Electronic Comment Filing System,” a spokesperson said.

The organization cited a District of Columbia case earlier this month which it claimed found that “the FCC need not turn over these same web server logs under the Freedom of Information Act.”

But that is a simplistic read on the case. While the judge did rule against turning over server logs, he ordered the FCC to provide email addresses for those that had provided comment via its .CSV file template, and the files themselves. That’s a decent precedent for the New York Times, which has a far narrow scope with its request.

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Chris Watts Confessed To Police After Talking With His Father About Horror Crime

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Evil Chris Watts had a ‘heart to heart’ with his father before confessing to authorities.

Before then he has told detectives in Colorado a ‘shifting’ story about his missing wife, Shanann Watts, and their two young daughters.

Watts, 33, initially told them that he and Shan’ann, 34, had an emotional talk about separating.

This talk reportedly took place on August 13 at 5am before he left to go and work in Arizona.

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Later he corrected himself by saying the conversation about their marriage was at 4 a.m. and “they were both upset and crying.”

And he told authorities that his wife was going to see a friend.

A neighbor’s surveillance video confirmed two things for certain: that Shan’ann was dropped off at home just before 2 a.m. on Aug. 13 and that Chris was seen driving away about three and a half hours later.

On August 15 authorities called off the search for the pregnant mom and daughters Bella and Celeste, reporting they were dead.

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Prosecutors claim the victims were all killed inside their home although the circumstances remain a mystery.

There is still doubt has Watts has blamed his wife for what happened. He claimed that his wife killed their kids.

An important development came after investigators discovered that he was having an affair with a co-worker, which he denied.

After being questioned about the affair Watts told police he would ‘tell the truth’ after he spoke with his dad.

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He then revealed his wife and children were dead and their bodies were concealed at an oil work site.

Chris was arrested late on Aug. 15, the same day he was fired from the oil company where he had worked.

He is charged with first-degree murder, among other crimes, in all three deaths.

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Noah Centineo Wants His Fans To Stop Following Him

If you’ve got Netflix (and if you don’t, you should move to a remote jungle in Central America and commune with tree frogs because what else are you going to talk about with people) you might have seen two of their latest offerings – romantic comedies To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and Sierra Burgess Is a Loser. The two shows have actor Noah Centineo in common. He stars in both, and has supposedly blown up as Teen Dream 2018. (Does this mean less Bieber? Thank you, Noah.) Noah went on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and showed how ungrateful he truly is by telling a story in which he told his fans to stop following him in cars. I kid, but really, what’s a little potential vehicular manslaughter compared to having to go back to being a regular, Noah?!?!

Noah and his foofy bangs spoke about the time he landed at JFK in NYC and noticed there were four people staring at him much like Scientologists must be forced to stare at Tom Cruise’s used Kleenex.

“It was actually kind of scary,” Centineo said after recounting the story of a group of devotees who came up to him at baggage claim in New York. “It was the first time you look at something and you’re like, My life is changing.”

He went on to explain that the fans in question hopped into their car and began following his car. Noah claims that he had to give the driver explicit instructions on how to lose his crazed fan base of four in the white Honda. They were able to, but the same people (plus one) showed up again to greet him when he next landed at JFK. He headed them off before they were able to pay to get their Honda out of overpriced airport parking and follow him at dangerously high speeds. Noah was blunt about it.

“Stop following me. The rest is cool, but stop following me.”

This is the part of the post where I once again bring up that a friend of mine in high school used to make me go with her to follow Mark Wahlberg (his mom’s house was one town over from ours) around Boston until the day that we pulled up beside him at an intersection and he stared at us exactly like you would imagine a thug known for allegedly blinding people and dropping his pants in public (it was the “Marky Mark” era and I’ve totally aged myself) would stare at you, and I immediately stopped going with her to stalk him. Who wants to be blinded?

Actually, Noah’s talk with his fans wasn’t as terse as it sounds. He also added that he “loved their love” and the other things you say to appease your teen fanbase so they won’t try to rip out your foofy bangs to hang on their walls. Fans are no joke.


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Beau Willimon shows us the path to Mars in ‘The First’

Beau Willimon, the screenwriter and playwright who created Netflix’s “House of Cards”, has turned his attention from Washington, D.C. to outer space in his latest series “The First”.

The shows have more in common than I expected. Sure, “The First” is about a future expedition to Mars, not present day political machinations. And instead of the fourth wall-breaking monologues that “House of Cards” was known for, the new series relies on long, nearly silent sequences where characters ponder their decisions and brood over the past.

But “The First” (which launched all eight episodes of its first season on September 14) isn’t an outer space adventure filled with special effects. In fact, most of the story takes place in New Orleans, focusing on the political, financial and technical challenges that the team (Tom Hagerty, the astronaut played by Sean Penn) faces it can even take off.

When I interviewed Willimon and executive producer Jordan Tappis, I suggested that the show seemed to be more about Earth than Mars — but Willimon didn’t quite agree.

“I actually think it’s completely about Mars,” he said. For one thing, he has a multi-season plan, which will presumably take us to the Red Planet eventually. And while Willimon acknowledged that it would have been “a lot safer of a narrative choice to leap straight into the mission,” he wanted to explore other angles, like the fact that “the reality of getting to a place like Mars is that it would incredibly difficult to even get to the starting line.”

The First

Part of that difficulty involves confronting space skeptics who wonder whether the mission is worth the cost and risk. In a traditional science fiction story, those opponents would probably be depicted as wrongheaded or even downright villainous, but in “The First”, they seem to have a real point.

“My own personal attitude is, I absolutely think we should go to Mars,” Willimon said. “The value of exploration in any form, in space or here on Earth, speaks to a long and deep desire in humanity to understand and confront the unknown” — and that’s on top of the material and scientific benefits.

Still, he said he wanted “The First” to “reflect the world in which we live and the world in which we’re likely to live 13 years from now,” which meant telling “the story of people who don’t share that same belief, who challenge it from a philosophical or emotional point of view. … Any astronaut going to Mars has to confront the fact that he or she may die. The question for any of them, or for any loved one, is: Is it worth it?”

Ultimately, Willimon said, “We didn’t want to create a fantasy here. We’re not interested in science fiction. We’re interested in science fact.”

That meant creating a plausible roadmap for how we might actually get to Mars. In “The First,” the mission is organized by a private company called Vista, but the funding comes the U.S. government, and Willimon suggested that this kind of public-private partnership will probably be necessary.

LOS ANGELES, CA – SEPTEMBER 12: (L-R) Creator/Writer/Executive Producer Beau Willimon speaks onstage at Hulu’s “The First” Los Angeles Premiere on September 12, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for Hulu)

With the current excitement around companies like SpaceX and Blue Origin, he said “the private sector has a lot to offer in accelerating a mission like this and making it cost efficient.” But he doesn’t think the private sector is going to get us to Mars on its own.

“In reality, the cost of getting to Mars, no matter what version you speculate, is enormous,” Willimon said. “I don’t think it’s likely that a purely private sector venture is going raise that amount of capital … In our conception, the money is coming form NASA, which means it’s really coming from taxpayer and the U.S. government, while the actual execution, building the hardware and seeing the mission through, is contracted out to Vista.”

“The First” also depicts everyday life in 2031. Tappis explained that the production team “worked really closely with a handful of consultants and experts in the field” to develop its version of future technology — which looks a lot like the technology of 2018, but with a few key advancements in areas like self-driving cars, augmented reality and voice communication.

“When you think about 13 years ago, the world looked pretty similar to the way it looks today, but with a few grace notes that you would find that showcase the evolution between then and now,” Tappis said.

One thing that has changed dramatically in the past decade is the television landscape, and I suggested that by creating and showrunning “House of Cards,” Willimon essentially kicked off the shift to streaming content.

“To be honest, I think that would have happened regardless of ‘House of Cards’,” Willimon replied. “We were the first show to go do that, because we were in the right place at the right time and were smart enough to say yes. But I think the trend was underway and was going to happen one way or another.”

As for the future of television, he said, “If this much change happened in less than a decade, who knows what might happen 15 years form now. Maybe … the audience isn’t going to be watching shows on handheld devices, but instead watching it floating before them on AR glasses.”

Near-future speculation is fun, and it’s a task that Willimon and Tappis seem to have taken very seriously. Still, if “The First” ends up running for several years, there seems to be a real risk that it could be overtaken or contradicted by how space travel plays out in the real world, or how consumer technologies evolve.

“While we think our speculation is an informed one and certainly plausible in terms of what it could look like, the time will come when we do make our first mission to Mars and it will either be very accurate or it won’t be,” Willimon said. And yet, just as we still watch the ostensibly outdated “2001: A Space Odyssey”, he argued, “There’s a deeper story there, which is the human story of people with messy lives trying to accomplish something great. There’s an essential truth to that, which we hope is timeless.”

Sail On! Bethenny Frankel Dedicates Song To Late Boyfriend Dennis Shields – See Video

Bethenny Frankel Dedicates Song To Dennis Shields

Bethenny Frankel got emotional this weekend after she dedicated a song to late boyfriend Dennis Shields.

The RHONY star posted a video via social media while listening to the Commodores famous hit ‘Sail On’ as she lay back on her bed.

Wearing very little make-up and with her hair tied back Frankel paid tribute to Shields who died unexpectedly inside his Manhattan apartment.

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She said: “Dennis would like this right now, he would be happy.

“He would appreciate this, he didn’t care what we did, this one’s for Dennis, he’s sailing on.” recently revealed that Frankel, 47, has been on a ‘grief diet’ following her Shields death.

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She posted an image of herself looking very thin via Instagram and fans were concerned about her shocking appearance.

Replying to one of them on the comments she said: “Death will do that to a person. #griefdiet I don’t recommend it.”

The New York City Medical Examiner’s Office ruled the cause and manner of his death as ‘undetermined’ after he was found dead, aged only 51, in his Manhattan apartment.

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Two weeks after his death Frankel penned an emotional response on Twitter.

She wrote: “It’s hard to breathe & I appreciate you giving me the space & support to try and do so. It’s excruciating sudden death is no closure and constant ?s & memories”.

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Stephen Colbert Weighs In On the Batpenis

As Batman: Damned made its way around the US late night talk shows, it landed on Stephen Colbert’s desk. A show whose writers have a propensity to write for Marvel Comics. So a little late nite jibing of DC Comics was most definitely in order…

As they put it, it had been a Week In Penises. They got to Batman’s only after minutes.

Which gave Stephen Colbert the chance to state that the ‘new dynamic duo is Batman and Throbbin’…’

If I’ve said it once I’ve said it a thousand time, show me Batman’s genitals.

I’m so sorry that that’s a real picture.

It’s been censored for the viewers at home, let me describe it, It’s a comic book company trying desperately to help declining sales with a sexually charged publicity stunt to get people like me talking about it. And it goes to the right.

The new comic is the first in DC’s Black Label series for mature readers. I think they should say older readers. Its a superhero comic with weiner pics in it. I don’t think maturity is a major factor.

The series is called Batman Damned. Although looking at Batman’s butt is should be called Batman’s Daaaaamn.

And then we got a clip of the Batman sixties show with brand new sound effects…

Oh and for those playing at home, Batman: Damned #1 just sold for $80 unslabbed…



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Drake “Flirted” With A Fan In Philly Before Cancelling Shows In Miami

At Drake’s concert in Philadelphia last week, he called out a female fan in the front row, stopping mid-song to tell “Shorty” that her appearance was stirring feelings in his loins. ONTD ran with the headline “Drake Flirts With Fan During Concert“, but it’s more like “Drake Throws Down His Subtle Moves On A Fan During Concert“. As the fan eats it all up, Drake lays it on extra thick and tells her that he loves her licking his lips at him and that he loves the pearl necklace… she’s wearing. See, I told you, subtle.

ONTD has a transcript of Drake’s flirt game:

Drake stopped his Philly show last week to let a fan in the audience that he’d been eyeing her all night.

Drake told the fan, “I see you shorty, trust me. Yeah you like that? I see you” He serenades the fan by singing to her and continues, “Don’t be smiling at me like that in Philly. You know I’m single and shit don’t get me all excited. All that little sexy cute shit you be doing with your lips and with your tongue and all that, I seen you all night! It’s all good, you look nice tonight though. I like your pearl necklace – the one you got on.”

And here’s the vid from World Star:

The good news is that she looks of age. Drake was hanging out with 18 year old model Bella Harris and is text friends with 14 year old Millie Bobby Brown. The woman in the video is clearly yelling something back to Drake. I played the tape as much as I could stomach then came to the conclusion that she probably yelled back “You wanna make me a baby, N***a?”. Ooohhh, so this is how flirting is done now? If you’ll excuse me, I need to call in a Hazmat team to de-tox my ears, eyeballs and keyboard for having to type that.

This Philadelphia show came just a few days before he cancelled two nights of shows with Migos in Miami because he was very sick. At first his people said the shows were cancelled due to production issues, but Drake came clean in an Instagram Story. TMZ quoted Drake as saying:

“I just wanted to say how sorry I am about these two Miami shows. I got so ill so fast and I had never experienced anything like that in my life. Unlike other show cancellations or date adjustments due to production issues this one fell on me and I just want to apologize because I hate letting down anyone who come to share these moments with us. Thank you god for allowing me to recover and continue. On we go,

Maybe God heard Drake’s cries about pearl necklaces but got confused and slapped one on him so thick it knocked the wind out of him for a few days. My money is on severe food poisoning- the runs come quickly (if we’re going with a Migos reference, you could say they “come through dripping. Drip, drip.“). If we see photos of Drake gorging on bananas and Gatorade or rubbing Arnica on bruises on his chest, we will have our answer.


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Drake was rushed to the hospital after collapsing on stage while rehearsing at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida. The rapper, 31, suddenly felt ill and couldn’t perform. After canceling shows on Friday and Saturday, Drake apologized to fans. The setback came after his rival Kanye West demanded that he and other stars stop talking trash about his wife, Kim Kardashian! Scroll down’s video gallery for more and find out what the singer said about his mystery illness.

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Tragic Loss! Janel Parrish Reveals Farther-In-Law Was Killed By Drunk Driver Before Wedding

New bride Janel Parrish was left heartbroken just before her wedding day.

The Pretty Little Liars actress and her husband Chris Long were left devastated when, Buck Long, was killed by a drunk driver.

The incident happened before she and her fiance got married in Hawaii.

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Parrish revealed the news to her fans via an Instagram post this weekend.

She wrote: ‘A few weeks ago, we got the awful news that my now father in law was tragically killed by a drunk driver on his beloved Sunday motorcycle ride,’ Janel began in the emotional post.
‘Words can’t explain the feeling of losing someone to something so senseless… something that could have been prevented. Please read about his life, and if you’re moved by his story, help donate to MADD to help make sure this doesn’t happen to anyone else. Link in my bio. Love you Buck.’

Buck died at age 74 on August 26, just weeks before Janel married his son on September 8.

In the post, Janel, included a snap of Buck giving a toast to Janel and his son.

Another photo was of Buck taking a break from

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Trading Spaces Star Genevieve Gorder Gets Married

Trading Spaces star Genevieve Gorder got married to furniture designer Christian Dunbar in a small ceremony.

But the reception on Friday, September 21, was where their real flair showed!

After the private nuptials, Gorder, 44, and Dunbar and their family and friends flew to Morocco to celebrate with family and friends, according to PEOPLE.

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Everyone enjoyed a dinner party feast at the Riad Kitula in in Marrakech at a long table surrounded by greenery. A riad is a traditional Moroccan a rectangle house with an interior courtyard.

Event planner Matthew Robbins pulled out all stops for the romantic event.

Guests included Gorder’s Trading Spaces castmates Hildi Santo Tomas and John Gidding, photographer Lauren Crew and What Not to Wear makeup artist Carmindy.

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On Friday, Gorder posted a selfie of herself and her fiance getting ready. “Let’s throw a party shall we? #cd❤gg #morocco,” she wrote in a caption.

On Saturday, Dunbar posted a video of himself, writing, “DOWN TIME. Final quiet moments at the Kitula Riad before it’s officially game on! #christiandunbar #cd❤gg #genevievegorder #designlifestyle #designer #travelblogger #travel #familygoals #destinationwedding #morocco #marrakech.”

Gorder was previously married to Tyler Harcott from 2006 to 2013. They had daughter Bebelle, 10, together.

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She announced her engagement to Dunbar, an interior designer and furniture builder, in February.

Gorder became famous on Trading Spaces for working in her bare feet. She’s also know for her Swiffer and being a judge on HGTV’s Design Star.

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Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips’ Criminal Returns in January from Image Comics

Next week sees the return of Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips to our comic book shelves with the release of their graphic novel, All Our Heroes Have Been Junkies. You can get a sneak peek right here.

And with Kill Of Be Killed at an end, what is to follow for our intrepid adventurers? Well, I am told that it will be the return of their series Criminal.

When I say ‘I am told’ I mean Sean Phillips told me. At Thought Bubble in Leeds. Like, about half an hour ago.

And he even showed me the cover to the new Criminal series.


I like Sean Phillips.

Criminal is a meditation on the clichés of the crime genre with separate self-contained stories that and focus on different characters in the fictional Center City, who all hang out in the same bar, and relate to criminal families such as the Pattersons and the Lawlesses.

2019 can’t come soon enough…

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Now You: Dogs or Cats


While cats have gotten a really bum rap since popularly embraced by Taylor Swift and other tall lesbians, all cats aren’t bad, and this isn’t a place where we’re going to judge a man simply for liking cats. Be brave cat men. Speak up. I personally think cats are little pieces of satanic shit, and while I’ve met cute cats before, I always got the sense that they wanted to murder me. Now if they would just murder Taylor Swift, maybe I’d like ’em. Dogs are man’s best friend, but they can obviously be shitty too. So, dogs or cats? Let us know below.

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More DAREDEVIL Season 3 Stills Released As Early Reaction Hails It As Marvel/Netflix’s Best Yet

Following the recent announcement teaser, we have another couple of stills from the third season of Daredevil. Plus, one early reaction gives very high praise to the first 6 episodes. More past the jump...

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Hilary Duff Confronted A Pap And Told Him To Stop Stalking Her 

You cross Lizzie McGuire, and you’ll find your ass on Instagram! The Anita Bryant of the anti-weed movement, who previously put her neighbor on blast on Instagram, posted a clip of herself confronting a paparazzo and asking him to leave her alone. If this causes your face to assume the “what?” position, you’re not the only one who pressed pause here. Isn’t Hilary Duff one of those celebs who allegedly calls the paps to get shots of her walking from her car to places and from places to her car? But Hilary Duff wasn’t just walking to her car this time. She had her son Luca with her and was at his soccer game, so she went after a bitch.

Hilary said that the pap-in-question followed her to her son’s soccer game and then on to her sister Haylie Duff’s house.

Every Hilary Duff paparazzi shoot has at least 4,598 pictures in it, for some reason, so I guess the pap only got 4,597 pictures, which is why he said he didn’t get a good shot or good footage yet. But Flu AND nine-months pregnant? Hilary Duff is made of tough stuff. Anyone else would have been brought over on a gurney to tell him off.

Hilary, 30, is expecting a baby girl with her boyfriend, Matthew Koma, 31. She has joint custody of her son Luca, 6, with her ex-husband, retired NHL player Mike Comrie. Besides being an enemy of the sacred herb, Hilary is also an obvious enemy of her sister’s. She probably should have gotten Haylie’s opinion on whether or not the photographer should be shooed away. He was parked in front of HER house, after all. Haylie was probably happy that a pap was pointing a camera anywhere near her. She probably came running out onto her lawn in a posin’ gown. Too late, Hil.

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Which Netflix RomCom Should You Watch Next?

Is it just us, or has Hollywood been struck by a romcom shortage in recent years? Where’s the love for funny, lighthearted love stories? Coupled with the fact that so many aspirational celebrity couples have split over the last few years (we’re looking at you, Anna Faris and Chris Pratt), it’s enough to make fans feel like love is dead.

Happily, though, you can always pull from the incredible body of romcoms from the ‘90s and early ‘00s. And, to give credit where credit is due, clever romcoms do seem to have started popping up again — especially on Netflix. Between the streaming giant’s original titles and the nostalgic favorites it features, you might say Netflix is keeping love alive... on our screens, at least.

In the last year, according to Netflix, more than 80 million accounts got their romcom fix by watching a love story. So, what are you waiting for? If you need help narrowing down your choices, let us help. The following romcoms should be on your Netflix queue no matter what, but we’ve gone a step further by categorizing them according to life status. 

1. If you’re a hopeless romantic, watch... Amélie

This feel-good 2001 film revolves around the remarkably plucky and charming Amélie (Audrey Tatou), who is on a quest to bring happiness to those around her. Those who don’t speak French will need to make it through the subtitles, but the sweet and tender story will draw you in so much, you won’t mind. It’s impossible not to feel warm and fuzzy inside when you watch this hallmark of French cinema. The humor in the film doesn’t hit you over the head; rather, it's quirky and often surprising. Amélie is looking for love in her own way, and the journey is magical. Watch here.

2. If you found love when you least expected it, watch... How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days

Are parts of this 2003 film starring Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey predictable? Sure. But the rest of the film is so cute, you’ll forgive such momentary lapses. Hudson and McConaughey are super convincing as Andie (Hudson) and Ben (McConaughy), two New Yorkers who wind up on opposite sides of a bet that both of their careers are staked on. Hilarity ensues as Andie does everything in her power to push Ben away — only to realize they’re falling for each other. If this romcom leaves you wanting more of Hudson and McConaughey, you could always track down 2008’s Fool’s Gold. Watch here.

3. If you’ve always been a little shy, watch... To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

Can you imagine if someone secretly mailed out the love letters you’d written to all of your crushes but were too shy to actually send? That's what happens to Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor) in this movie adaptation of the popular YA novel by the same name. The film proves to be one of Netflix’s best original titles, playing perfectly on the fake dating plot. It will make you blush, it will make you laugh, it might even make you cry. And the incredible cast of young Hollywood talent will give you hope that more romcoms could be just around the corner. Watch here.

4. If you’ve got a serious case of wanderlust, watch... Leap Year

When Anna (Amy Adams) doesn’t get an expected proposal from her boyfriend, she decides to take matters into her own hands — she plans to surprise him in Ireland by asking him to marry her. The catch? She has to pop the question on Leap Day, when local tradition holds that he can't refuse. Upon her arrival in Ireland, though, things quickly go comically awry when Anna meets local barkeep Declan (Matthew Goode). What follows is a series of foibles that will cause serious secondhand embarrassment. All of this, and it’s set against the stunning Irish countryside. Yes, please. Watch here.

5. If mushy movies make you squirm but you still want something funny, watch... I Give It a Year

This 2013 film from director Dan Mazer isn’t your typical romantic comedy. In fact, it’s more of a reverse romcom, or even an anti-romcom. But it is far funnier than your typical romcom, too. No one believes newlyweds Nat (Rose Byrne) and Josh (Rafe Spall) can make it, but does that turn into a self-fulfilling prophecy? Well, of course we aren’t going to tell you here. Watch this smart farce to find out. Watch here.

6. If you're in between romantic partners but still want something cute, watch... Frances Ha

At 27, Frances Ha (Greta Gerwig) should probably have her life together a little bit more than she does. Her living situation is comically unstable. She and her BFF are basically on the outs. She’s an apprentice at a dance company but isn’t really a dancer. In that way, it’s set up to play out like a standard romcom — she wants more, and from the genre, you'd expect that she finds meaning through an unexpected romance. However, the brilliance of Frances Ha is that it suggests finding a man isn’t the answer to all of a young woman’s problems. It’s a realistic slice of life wrapped in romcom gossamer. And, as usual, Gerwig is a breath of fresh air. Watch here.

7. If you’re feeling decidedly less youthful these days, watch... While We’re Young

How was this 2015 film not more talked about? This Noah Baumbach comedy stars Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts as Josh and Cornelia, a childless married couple in their mid-40s who befriend hipster couple Jamie (Adam Driver) and Darby (Amanda Seyfried). If you’re no longer in your 20s and feel like life may have gotten away from you a little bit, this movie will make perhaps more sense than you want it to. It’s relatable and, often, deeply funny. Watch here.

8. If you’re an unabashed Bridget Jones fan, watch... Bridget Jones’s Baby

The last chapter of the Bridget Jones saga is just as sweet and funny as the first two. While the second installment of the trilogy wasn’t as well received as the first, the third proved that you can bring a franchise back years later as long as you don’t try to reinvent the wheel. Of course, a major reason this film works is its cast: Renee Zellweger as the always awkward but endearing Bridget, Colin Firth as Mark Darcy and newcomer (to the BJD family) Patrick Dempsey as dreamy American matchmaking billionaire Jack. Plus, there’s a baby! Everyone loves a baby. Watch here.

9. If you’re engaged, watch... I Love You, Man

The premise is simple: A couple get engaged, and they need to nail down their wedding party. However, Peter (Paul Rudd) spends most of his time with his girlfriend, Zooey (Rashida Jones), and doesn't really have any male friends. So, he goes on a quest to find the perfect groomsmen and finds... Sydney (Jason Segel). There are too many laugh-out-loud moments to mention in this romcom that ultimately does end up at the altar. But as happy as you are for Peter and Zooey, the real couple you’re rooting for is Peter and Sydney. If you’re feeling ambitious, you could turn this into a double feature by watching Chocolat — watch I Love You, Man and you’ll understand. Watch here.

10. If you’ve seen all the standard fare, watch... The Incredible Jessica James

First things first: Jessica Williams (as Jessica James) couldn’t be more captivating as an aspiring NYC playwright struggling through a painful breakup. The fact that this romcom is rounded out by Lakeith Standfield (as Jessica's ex) and Chris O’Dowd (as her potential new love interest) means that what could have been an entirely predictable romcom feels fresh and new. Williams shines as a woman trying to navigate her two worlds, work and love — sometimes to hilarious effect. Watch here.

11. If your Christmas countdown started on Easter, watch... Love Actually

Because, come on, right? This 2003 London-based romcom has become a cult classic for good reason — it just makes you feel good. Not because it’s cloyingly happy, either. It isn’t. There are genuinely heartbreaking moments throughout. However, the holiday scenery and cheerful sentiments of the season will put you in the Christmas spirit and make you believe, at least for a brief and shining moment, in the redeeming nature of love. And that’s to say nothing of the strength of this ensemble cast. With Billy Nighy, Hugh Grant, Liam Neeson, Emma Thompson, Colin Firth, Alan Rickman, Laura Linney, Keira Knightley, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Andrew Lincoln... need we say .

12. If you want to get swept up in romances from another time, watch... Emma


We love a romantic costume drama, so of course we had to choose one of the dreamiest costume dramas around: Emma. Starring Gwyneth Paltrow, Toni Collette, Jeremy Northam, Ewan McGregor and some very recognizable British character actors, this 1996 adaptation of Jane Austen's classic about a young woman determined to play matchmaker for all of her friends and loved ones — to mixed results — is too good to ignore. Watch here.

‘Teen Mom 2’ Tirade! Javi Blasts Ex Kailyn Lowry Over Her New Book

Teen Mom Javi Marroquin Blasts Ex Kailyn Lowry Over Book

Javi Marroquin has slammed his ex-wife Kailyn Lowry after she trashed their marriage in her new book, A Letter of Love. The Teen Mom 2 dad ranted on Twitter Saturday, September 22, responding to an article on The Ashley’s Reality Roundup about Lowry writing in her book that she knew she would regret their marriage.
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“I’m really getting sick and tired of reading this s–t. Forreal,” Marroquin, 25, responded. “The only reason she says this is to seek validation from her new relationship and convince herself its ok. I’m getting fed up with this. I didn’t sign anything to use my name. Maybe I should get my attorney too.”

The reality star who split from Lowry in May 2016 and is the father of her son Lincoln, 4, continued, “For someone who claims and tells me to get out of her ‘story’ she sure does continue to write about and talk about me all the time. Podcasts..books.”

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Lowry, 26, is also mother to sons Isaac, 8, with ex-boyfriend Jo Rivera, and Lux, 1, with ex-beau Chris Lopez.

In another tweet, Marroquin asked, “Who tf would write that in a book dedicated to your children. Regardless of how our marriage ended stop lying and trying to convince yourself what you did was ok. Forreal I really don’t wanna come on here and spill tea because we’re past that forreal.”

When another Twitter user brought up the impact of the reality star’s actions on their boy Lincoln, Marroquin agreed, writing, “Forreal! He’s already behind the curve cause his parents didn’t work out then to read it? Nah I will make sure anything about me is out of that book.”

Lowry has tweeted about her brief marriage to Marroquin, “I was young and ignored red flags apparently. What most would call desperate.”

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Marroquin clapped back on Twitter, writing, “Stop tweeting about me. Stop seeking validation. Move on, please. Like, we’re grown now … That’s for the birds.”

He later deleted his tweet because, “I don’t need to be looking for validation from social media.” Lowry has even mused about possibly moving away from Marroquin’s Delaware town, which could make things difficult as they co-parent Lincoln.

As has exclusively reported, last year, Lowry ditched the idea of doing a joint tell-all book with Marroquin.
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Marroquin is expecting a baby by his girlfriend Lauren Comeau and exclusively covered their “gender reveal” party  which showed they are having a boy.

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Jill Duggar: Derick Dillard Doesn’t Have a Job and He Kind of Sucks, But I Still Love Him!

Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard, what a couple, right?

And we don't mean that in a good way.

Derick, Jill Duggar Dillard

Jill's all right for the most part, we guess, but Derick ... that's where the trouble lies.

Because Derick is the worst.

He's homophobic, and he also has a bizarre, disturbing fascination with Jazz Jennings, a lovely child with her own TLC show who also happens to be transgender.

At this point, we can't even count how many times he's talked about Jazz -- who, again, is a child -- in cruel, hateful ways.

Derick Dillard, Attorney at Law?

He got so obsessed with insulting her that TLC fired him and Jill from Counting On last year.

And yes, Derick will swear up and down that they weren't fired, he just decided their family needed to quit the show, but ... come on.

If all of that wasn't enough to prove his awfulness, he also attacked survivors of the Parkland school shooting more than once, because they were a little too liberal for his taste.

That's what his problem boils down to, essentially: he's extremely conservative, but in the dumbest, most offensive way possible.

Derick Dillard in Class

Another thing about Derick is that he doesn't seem to work, but whenever anyone brings it up, he's quick to tell everyone that he has a job, thank you very much.

Except he'll never say exactly what that job is.

A funny thing happened last month, though, and that funny thing is that Derick began attending law school.

He seems to be really into the whole thing, which is good -- if he ends up being a lawyer, he could probably stop asking Duggar fans for money.

Derick Dillard Playing with Son

But in a new post she made on Instagram, Jill is still acting like he has a job.

Let it go already, guys.

Along with the above photo, she wrote "Love this man! He gets up early to head out before traffic gets bad, works all day, then comes home after most people and puts more energy to invest in our boys and me!"

"You're still my fave!"

Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard Kiss Photo

She added nauseating hashtags like "forever mine," "man of my dreams," "you've got my heart," and "I'm so in love," and "grateful wifey," because she loves him, OK?

Here's the problem.

They've both been so weird for so long about Derick working, and so defensive whenever anyone says he's unemployed.

If he stays home to take care of the kids, that's fine, you know? If they're living off Duggar money, it's all right.

Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard in Class

But even though Derick is in law school, and even though he's flat out said that these days, he's either sleeping, in class, or in his school's library, Jill's still going on about how he "works all day."

Yeah, law school is hard work, we imagine, but we all know what's happening here.

And her Instagram follwers were quick to call her out.

Several of them asked if he was working, and one straight out told her "He doesn't work though."

Jill and Derick Dillard with Family

"Full time college is not a job!" another explained. "Does it pay him? No."

"His 'job' is law school," someone else wrote, "and their only source of income is the excessive **link in bio** posts. He's not remarkable in the slightest."

For another explanation, one person theorized that "Jill uses 'working' to describe anytime Derick steps over the threshold into the world."

Hilariously, another of Jill's followers said that "She is so desperate for him to look good, you'd think he discovered penicillin."

Like we said, it's great that Derick is setting himself up for a good career by going to law school, and we're sure it is hard work.

But why is it so insanely difficult for anyone in this family to admit that the man is unemployed?

Every First Look At THE JOKER From Jack Nicholson To Joaquin Phoenix Ranked From Worst To Best

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BUMBLEBEE Trailer Teases Feature Awesome Redesigned Takes On Soundwave And Ravage

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Michelle Obama Officiates A Wedding As She Plugs Her Memoir

Michelle Obama Officiates Wedding

Michelle Obama officiated a wedding on Saturday—but did she steal the bride’s spotlight?

On Saturday, September 22, the former FLOTUS stood before Stephanie Rivkin, the daughter of the Deputy Mayor of Chicago, and her groom Joel Sircus in a black robe and asked them to repeat their vows: “I promise to stand next to and support you through all of life’s trials and triumphs.”

The guests were thrilled to see Barack Obama’s wife do the honors–with one person taking video and captioning it, “Holy Moly.” Both the bride and groom graduated cum laude from Yale and were clearly delighted to have a celebrity officiate. But was more attention being paid to Michelle than to them getting married?

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In the past, has dubbed Michelle “the queen of mean,” detailing that she was a tough First Lady. Sources said she was involved in White House feuds. In an interview with The Times in England to promote her book about working with Barack, his former Deputy Chief of Staff Alyssa Mastromonaco recently dished that the real person in charge of the White House was former First Lady Michelle.

“She’s the boss,” Mastromonaco recalled.”If [President Barack] was mad at you for any reason, you’d be, like, ‘OK.’ If she was mad at you . . . if you thought for some reason she might be, you were, like, ‘I’m in so much trouble.’ ”

Michelle and Barack have often pursued separate interests since leaving the White House.
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Barack shocked many when he was seen without his wedding ring on a solo trip without Michelle. Last year, Michelle seemed happy when partying on her own with Beyonce. Now, she’s hitting ten U.S. cities for a stadium tour to promote her memoir called Becoming.

Michelle is charging rock star-style admission to her events that starts at $30. A pre-show meet and greet with the ex-First Lady will set attendees back a whopping $3,000!

Radar readers, do you think Michelle stole the spotlight at the wedding? Weigh in in the comments section!

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Lying In The Gutters – 23rd September 2018 – What’s The Story, Morning Glory?

Welcome to Lying In The Gutters, Bleeding Cool’s weekly runaround of the most popular stories on the site through the week. And this is what people were reading about on Bleeding Cool. It wasn’t just one story. But it was mostly one story. Bleeding Cool’s original scoop and the first presentation of what everyone would be talking about. Although, at Thought Bubble, Batman Damned artist Lee Bermejo wasn’t that cheery and according to one punter, refused to sign Batman Damned in a jocular fashion. ‘Could you sign it, to the Batpole, Dick?’ ‘No.’ etc etc etc…

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  1. Bleeding Cool Brings You Batman’s Penis In All Its Batglory From Batman: Damned #1
  2. Nightwing May Be Losing His Dick But Batman Is Getting One
  3. Another Heroes In Crisis #1 Death Confirmation (MAJOR SPOILERS)
  4. Outlander Shares New Season 4 Images of Claire, Jamie, and More
  5. From The Rumor Mill: New Character Leaked for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
  6. The Other Major Heroes In Crisis #1 Death Confirmed? Really?
  7. When Joe Quesada Talked to ComicsGate’s Jon Malin, Ethan Van Sciver and Richard Meyer
  8. Frank Cho Talks Comicsgate
  9. DC Comics Censors Batpenis in Digital Versions of Batman: Damned
  10. Thor and Hulk, Sitting in a Tree, D-A-T-I-N-G?
  11. Is Marvel Putting Blatant Left-Wing Antifa Politics In Their Spider-Man Comics?
  12. Detective Comics #1-26 Reprinted At Last, Plus A “Shocking Revelation” Which Will Rewrite DC History
  13. Batpenis No More? Future Printings of Batman Damned Will Be Censored
  14. Speculation: How Will Marvel Respond to the Batpenis?
  15. What Does Toad From Mario Kart Look Like Then?
  16. The Origin Of Logan’s Blue And Yellow Suit in The Return Of Wolverine #1 Advance Review
  17. Incredulous Rumor: ‘Blade Runner 2049’, the TV Series?!?
  18. Xbox Fires Back at PlayStation Classic Announcement
  19. Where Are The Missing DC Comics Titles For December?
  20. The Return of Nate Grey and the Age of Apocalypse in December’s Uncanny X-Men

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Tim Cook Killed Apple’s Dr. Dre-Inspired TV Series Because It Was Too Violent, Report Says – Fortune


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Kim Kardashian’s Daughter North, 5, Models At Fashion Show

Kim Kardashian Daughter North Models Fashion Show

Will Kim Kardashian get slammed for putting her daughter North, 5, in a grown-up spotlight? The girl was a pint-sized runway model at the L.O.L. Surprise Fashion Show on Saturday afternoon, September 22, in Pacific Palisades, Calif. The Keeping Up with the Kardashians queen has recently been blasted for letting her daughter with husband Kanye West wear red lipstick. Yesterday, the famous mom pushed the envelope even more as North showed off for the crowd in a red plastic biker-style jacket with matching skirt, a midriff-baring top, and yes, red lipstick. Scroll through’s gallery for more!

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Jasmine Tosh Sizzling Bikini Body On Display In Miami

I do not like having my phone at the beach. I actually do not like having anything at the beach, myself included, but phones especially. Sand gets into every nook and cranny of the phone and its case, and then there is always the risk of it getting in the water. To put it simply, staying in touch with people wile I am there just is not worth the trouble. That is why I do not understand why Jasmine Tosh is acting so irresponsibly by taking her phone even closer to the water to speak on it. Who could possibly be on the other end that is worth that risk, Melissa Etheridge?

Jasmine must either be fearless or oblivious. She might have a waterproof case for that phone, but it wouldn’t make a difference in my mind. I would still have it in a Ziploc bag if I absolutely had to have it on me. If I could safely keep myself in a plastic bag when at the beach I would do it. Whenever people talk about the bubble boy it is with pity. No one ever talks about the benefits that would come along with it.


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This weekend’s HSOTD theme IS legendary raccoons! Yesterday, I paid tribute to a Canadian DGAF grand champion who committed three crimes (breaking and entering, thieving of carbs, and knocking tricks over by being a devastating badass) and would gladly do it again. And today, I pay tribute to a raccoon who easily won America’s Got Talent without even being on America’s Got Talent. This raccoon must somehow be related to the MPRaccoon of Minnesota, who scaled a 25-story building, because this one is also a scaling wonder, but the raccoon also made people gasp until their lungs collapsed by pulling some acrobatic shit.

Fox29 says that while on vacation in Ocean City, NJ Micha Rea was biking on the boardwalk with friends when he and many others spotted the daredevil raccoon scaling up to around the ninth floor of an apartment building as if they were me finding a way to scale up a building to my Grindr trick when the elevator is broken and the stairs are closed. Micha started recording, and animal control, was apparently on the scene too. Now, animal control was there as well as several other people, and yet not one of them thought to hold a mattress or a sheet under that raccoon? I guess they all didn’t get their rescue training from cartoons and old-timey moves like I did.

The raccoon either slipped, or realized that building was just too tall to conquer, or decided to give the people a show. Because the raccoon seemed to turn around, falling to the sand. I’d like to thank the raccoon, because I clenched so hard that I’m almost like a virgin in the butt. I said almost. The impossible has still not been achieved.

It seems like no raccoons were harmed in the making of that magnificent acrobatic move. So that fetus who currently plays Spider-Man better watch it. Because that raccoon is coming for his role!

Pic: Twitter

Galileo’s newly discovered letter shows his clever attempt to outsmart the Catholic Church – Quartz


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NASA tech is in your everyday life — find out where with this interactive tool – The Verge

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NASA technology is usually associated with the far reaches of space, but research from the government agency is surprisingly close at hand: hair dryers, water softeners, skin cream, landmine removal! NASA even has a cool interactive tool called NASA ...

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Why do we love bees but hate wasps? – Mother Nature Network

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Airbnb wants to give its hosts equity in its business

Airbnb wants to give the homeowners who power its service the opportunity to own a piece of its business. That’s why, as Axios reports, the $31-billion-valued company has written to the SEC to ask if its rules around security ownership can be revised.

Specifically, Airbnb is seeking a change to the SEC’s Rule 701 — which governs ownership of equity in companies — to allow a new kind of shareholder class for workers who participate in gig economy companies and their services. Uber, for one, has met with the SEC to propose a similar allowance but Airbnb’s argument is laid out in a letter that you can read here (thanks to Axios.)

“As a sharing economy marketplace, Airbnb succeeds when these hosts succeed,” the company wrote in one passage. “We believe that enabling private companies to grant hosts and other sharing economy participants equity in the company from an earlier stage would further align incentives between such companies and their sharing economy participants to the benefit of both.”

Airbnb is said to be planning to go public potentially as soon as next year.

While it isn’t clear how earning equity might work for an Airbnb host — or an Uber or Lyft driver, for that matter — further amendment of rules would be required. Currently, SEC regulations require that any private company with over 2,000 shareholders or 500 or more who are not U.S. accredited investors, must be registered.

That’s clearly a problem for Airbnb which has grown to more than five million listings since its foundation in 2008. It remains to be seen how many of those homeowners could own equity even were the rules amended to allow it. More generally, though, gig economy startups won’t pursue the equity options for contractors if doing so then triggers mandatory SEC reporting whilst they are private entities.

Then there are additional complications for businesses that have expanded outside of the U.S. market. Most of Airbnb’s are located overseas — the service claims to offer lodgings across some 81,000 cities in over 190 countries — which makes handing out U.S-based equity tricky.

Still, Airbnb’s public acknowledgment of its hosts and the crucial role they play is a positive part of that relationship. That’s something rare, for sure.

Most of the discussion around the role between marketplace provider and gig economy worker has been negative, with Uber in particular keen to distinguish between contractor and company staff.

While this modern take on working gives those who choose it a degree of flexibility like never before, they are left without the standard perks of being a conventional employee, such as paid vacation, benefits, overtime, health insurance and more. A slew of startups have sprouted to help cover some of those gaps, but their solutions all come at a cost to the worker, many of whom are already financially stretched.

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Unravelling the mysteries of the Salish Sea – Times Colonist

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