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Because we all have that little monster inside us who wants to destroy the universe.
Cruella de Vil
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— Tim Fox (@Tim_Fox1) January 27, 2014
Pretty sneaky, Pharrell! The ploy worked. Twitter was buzzing about singer/rapper/producer Pharrell’s Grammy Awards red carpet topper.
— Ryan Seacrest (@RyanSeacrest) January 27, 2014
What does it remind you of?
he's foreshadowing a collab with Arby's in 2014
— Saba Effendi | صبزى (@sabzi) January 27, 2014
LMAO they said Pharrell has on the Arby's hat. pic.twitter.com/Dcxn9gMvKo
— PHILTHY (@PHILTHY_BASA) January 27, 2014
Inevitable: Yep, Pharrell’s hat has its own Twitter handle.
— Pharrell's Hat (@Pharrellhat) January 27, 2014
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A possible case of human trafficking at a Saudi Arabian diplomat compound in Virginia is under investigation
— Qali Farah (@QaliFar) May 1, 2013
NBC Washington’s Jackie Bensen reports that ICE/Homeland Security Investigations are looking into possible human trafficking at a Saudi diplomatic compound in McLean, Va.:
— Jackie Bensen (@jackiebensen) May 1, 2013
Two Filipina women were reportedly “rescued” from the compound overnight.
— Saudi Embassy (@SaudiEmbassyUSA) May 1, 2013
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Update: Less than two hours after the news broke, the Department of Homeland Security issued this timely tweet.
— Homeland Security (@DHSgov) May 1, 2013
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— Crain's Chicago (@CrainsChicago) March 15, 2012
Blagojevich left his home early Thursday for the trip that will end at a federal prison in Colorado, the latest chapter in a stunning downfall of a charismatic politician that has seemed more like a bizarre reality TV show than a legal battle.
In what has become a familiar scene in the three years since Blagojevich was taken out of his home in handcuffs by federal agents, the former governor bounded down the stairs of his home on Chicago’s North Side as a throng of cameramen, photographers and reporters crushed around him and well-wishers shouted encouragement.
And, as he has done repeatedly before and after his conviction on federal corruption charges, Blagojevich sounded an optimistic and even defiant note.
“I’m leaving with a heavy heart, a clear conscience and I have high, high hopes for the future,” said Blagojevich, wearing a dark shirt, sport coat and blue jeans.
Earlier at Twitchy, the press gaggle outside of Blagojevich’s house.
Many are the unindicted co-conspirators that Fitzgerald declined to prosecute . . . because?
— Jason Zengerle (@zengerle) March 15, 2012
— Mackenzie Weinger (@mweinger) March 15, 2012
Blago goes to jail today. In my lifetime there have been 6 Govs from my home state of IL, 3 have gone or are in prison. Pathetic
— Rick Wiley (@rick_wiley) March 15, 2012
That’s right. Evidently, vile death threats aimed at NRA members isn’t enough. Now there is a video game where one can shoot NRA President David Keene in the face. Ah, new tone! Twitter users point out the irony: Anti-gun zealots who aim to shoot those with whom they disagree.
Warning: Graphic image.
Gateway Pundit reported on the downloadable game, and the forum wherein members discuss the game. “On the one hand, f*ck the NRA,” says one member. Then he, and other members, go on to worry that it might make fellow anti-gun zealots look bad. You think?
As per usual, it is those who walk in leftist lock-step who hurl hate and violent wishes.
The creator of the game identified as gizmo01942 Ediot says, “Share this everywhere, especially gun-nut and anti-game websites. Also see if you can’t send it in to the NRA somehow, like through the feedback on their website or something.”
And two more images from the downloadable game (Warning: Graphic).
Twitter users continue to react with disgust at this appalling game.
And, paging the lapdogs in the media!
Hmm. Sorry, they are too busy clutching their pearls over an NRA app.
Except, of course, the NRA app is not sick. And is not giddily saying “F*ck” anyone, nor allowing users to kill men by shooting them in the face.
Hypocrisy? Sorry, buddy. Anti-gun zealots have that base repugnantly covered.
Update: The NRA app that has members of the media clutching their pearls may not even be an NRA app.