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This bag may toy with your masculinity. If it helps, throw a football on top, and remember, when anyone asks you about your oh-so enviromentally conscience looking bag, that its called a Utility Bag, that will definitely convince doubters of its masculinity. A common reaction to this bag, ” OMG, it’s totes cute!”
More oversized goodness… these large canvas Otaat bags work for the boys and girls. Here’s four different bags, in four different shapes and forms. Figure out what you can fit in your Otaat.
I am not going to touch this one, but remind me, is it, innocent before proven guilty? or, guilty until proven innocent?
First Gandhi, now Malcolm X?
A new biography of African-American civil rights leader Malcolm X details his “early homosexual relationship with a white businessman,” among other things that he glossed over or ignored in his own accounts, reportsThe New York Times.
The biography, Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention, was published Monday by Viking Press, three days after the death of its author, Columbia University professor Manning Marable. It is in many ways a groundbreaking portrayal of Malcolm X, who was assassinated in 1965 at age 39, and differs greatly from his posthumously publishedAutobiography of Malcolm X.
K.D. Lang, my you’ve grown into such a handsome butch. Thank you to the higher powers, from where ever you gather them, that your voice has stayed the same. Your voice has always soothed me like hot carmel flowing over a large scoop of french vanilla ice cream. I have only heard this one single off your new album Sing It Loud. My next move, after I finish this sentence, itunes.
Classic crazy, goes after classic Paul Gaugain painting of two women. Evil does as evil sees. I see beautiful brush strokes, warm colors and beautiful women. That must make me beautiful. This nut job obviously hates the lesbian living in her. Poor thing, take some prozac and call me in the morning, doctors orders!
A painting by revered artist Paul Gauguin sustained no damage after a woman attempted to ruin it last week because it showed two topless women together.
The 1899 painting, Two Tahitian Women was on display at the National Gallery in Washington, D.C., as part of a Gauguin exhibit. It is valued at $80 million according to the Washington Post.
Susan Burns, 53, of Alexandria, Va. was charged with attempted theft in the second degree for trying to grab the painting by its frame, and pulling it off the wall while screaming that the painting “is evil.” She then attempted to punch the painting, which was protected by a plexiglass shield. She also caused $200 in damage for ruining the painting’s frame and fixtures that secured the work to the wall.
According to Gavin Mcinnes, kids today have a lot to learn about urinating in public. Thank you Gavin, I just peed in my pants laughing.
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