In 1898, the Parisian art gallery owner Maurice Joyant photographed his childhood friend defecating on the beach at Le Crotoy, Picardie. The series of photos would have been forgotten, had Joyant’s friend not been Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, the acclaimed French painter. Their intention in taking these photos — and later allowing them to be published in postcard form — was unclear, but these photographs remain the earliest photographic testaments to celebrities behaving dubiously, a century before Internet made such indiscretions well-known and widespread.
I only got to taste a 22oz of this, which was also at least 12 years old & had a lot of thick swirls & fleshy chunks floating throughout it. The cap came off easily and it smells like minty beer. About to take my 1st sip, shortly after finishing a dinner of crabcakes, lima beans & rice, followed by some Bugles chips. First sip is shocking, to say the least! It tastes like I’m drinking Newports!
☛ Report: Nuclear weapon drivers sometimes got drunk
Federal agents hired to transport nuclear weapons and components sometimes got drunk while on convoy missions, a government watchdog said Monday. In an incident last year, police detained two agents who went to a bar during an assignment.
Google News has evolved to become a force for censorship, a protector of traditional news sites against the dreaded independent blogs and bloggers like me, and a breakwater against harsh, muckraking criticism of the high-and-mighty named Sarah Palin. Google News is starting to look more like a dictatorship than a representation of democratic America.
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