That stupid smug look on her face.
I think the way she took it hits every checkmark on the "Fuck this person" checklist.
I would honestly love to know what the hell she even said to him to justify taking that ball. The way she takes it just has entitlement written all over her face.
Like she finally got her diet pepsi.
He was so hysterically calm.
Means he probably deals with this shit on a daily basis.
too many sane women out there.
I went outside yesterday and even the sun started to hide from me
The entire diamond industry is a scam. It is all artificial scarcity, and marketing. There is no reason the prices on them should be anywhere near as high as they are.
Edit: Since this is taking off a bit, I just want to clarify that I don't care if you buy one or not. If it is worth it to you, or your loved one, great. If you think it is a scam and don't want to buy one great. I can understand buying one if you think the smile on your fiances face makes the insane markup worth it, or if it brings you happiness. Do as you wish. It is your money. I just wanted to point out the fact that there is an insane amount of marketing behind it, and really, there is nothing rare about diamonds like some people think that accounts for their high prices so you can make a more informed purchase.
Lawyer in NYC here!
We blanketly tell our clients not to discuss the lawsuit with anyone outside of our office. Here's why:
Preservation of attorney-client privilege. If our client starts telling others outside of our firm about our conversations, he waived the privilege and the conversations may become discoverable. Often times, the client will only know what is going on with the lawsuit through his attorneys.
Less is more. This is true for depositions and other available information. I can't stop you from living life, but I'm going to ask you to not create a discoverable record that pins you down later. If something in the video or Facebook post is slightly inconsistent with your deposition testimony or trial testimony, then the other side WILL use that for impeachment purposes and you risk losing credibility. For example, this guy has put it on record that he never had a business on any of those websites. What he didn't say is that he never intended for those websites to be used for such a thing. Unless he was planning on selling bagged lawn trimmings and running an hourly fruit delivery service specializing in dates, then I'd venture to say he purchased the domains in case either became legal in the future. Or he was website squatting for the same reason.
You can ONLY make it worse. Nothing you say on Facebook or in a video will bolster your case. You can only harm yourself. I have a case where a girl is claiming a pretty serious leg injury. She can't walk without a cane, can barely enjoy time with her kids, etc. and here I am, scrolling through her entire PUBLIC Facebook, and I find a video of her one year after the alleged accident doing the ice bucket challenge, then climbing onto a chair with 50lb of water in a bucket twice to dump it over her friends.
Those are the very basic reasons.
EDIT: guys, after looking up the electronic case file, there is a pending motion for a protective order filed yesterday (protective order to quash subpoenas and to reverse deposition order). Exhibit 13 - "Reddit Posts" ... it's literally his entire comment history. There are highlights of posts, one of which says he has "mountains of evidence - phone recordings, emails, and physical face to face video."
This goes to what I am saying above. Now, he has put himself into a corner where he must produce all these things that he has represented exist. Imagine what'll happen if he doesn't have everything?
Just thought you guys would like that additional info.
Can anyone explain to me what revealing the lawsuit does to him? Every time I see someone public figure sued they say they are not allowed to talk about it. Yet this guy shows direct excerpts of the lawsuit. Will that make it harder for him in court?
"I'm fucked up for the rest of the night. I don't think my life through, y'know what I'm saying? I don't even know what I'm doing tomorrow. I hope it's nothing... Now it's nothing. Whatever it was, it's nothing now."
I can relate so hard, Mike.
Never saw this before. That was fucking brilliant. I like how he said it comes in waves then his thought process and speech came out in waves. That would be extremely difficult for me to do, I'd probably freak out being on stage in front of so many people if I was shrooming.
Hah! This is my show and that's Mike Masilotti. My stupid laugh is in the background somewhere after he said "Home is where your house is" like a big ol dummy.
Funny to just see this pop up
That was great. He's a naturally funny dude. A lot of people just get really weird and wide eyed on mushrooms but this guy just gets funny haha
It reminds me of that vice series "on acid" where that goofy dude that's never done acid before goes to the Westminster dog show on a couple hits. Really worth it to see a funny guy in a situation that I'm sure is so foreign it's funny given the circumstances
Edit: here it is
I was just watching porn before this so I hadn't even pulled my shorts back up before watching this video. Moved to almost tears before I realized my weiner was still out.
Holy shit, I just became a John Cena fan at 41 years old. Life is weird.
Never give up dude.
He also holds the record for most wishes granted with the make a wish foundation.
I am in pensacola a lot so they do fly by's on occasion. I have been on the beach just throwing the football when six of them come out of no where. There wasn't even a show planned, it was just like well oh shit thats a thing that happens I guess.
To fly one of those is a contender for coolest job there is.
I've been in town a few times when they come home from their summer tour. They love doing a low buzz on the beach at 7 am just to remind everyone that they're home.
The chair's comedic timing was spot-on.
I have no idea who is drunker. The guy who falls from his own kick, or the guy who has no reaction to gravity.
I'd like to think the guy in the chair is coming out of limbo from inception
Well I watched that about 25 times in a row and I've determined that this video is hilarious.
The chair the real MVP
So, that was a mixture of "never gonna give you up" and "smells like teen spirit", right? That's nuts.
We've been Rick Grohl'd
Just happened at Tokyo Summer Sonic 2017. Rick Astley shouting "Come on you motherfuckers" in the mic at a Foo Fighters concert has to be the best thing I will ever see in my life ;D
Before that, they played a queen cover with Dave Grohl on drums:
Better audio, and maybe over all
Honestly liked hearing the sound of all four drops.
Came here to say this. Those four tracks actually sound better overlaid than separate.
...maybe Garrix is a genius and you’re meant to play all of his tracks at the same time to get the intended experience!
Nah, he is just Like EA. This was all one song, but it was sold as pieces and DLC.
I remember being in France on a family holiday. It was such an eerie moment. Not only did the whole world suddenly go dark in the middle of the day, but it at least felt like there was a sudden rush of wind, a gathering of dark clouds, and all the birds around us were so confused, flapping about hysterically. It was very ominous and it makes you understand completely how our earliest ancestors must have felt when they witnessed such a cosmic event. Crazy beautiful stuff.
It's a very strange event if you've never experienced one before. The striking part for me was just how quickly the temperature dropped. It struck me in that moment just how tiny and fragile we and this planet really are.
When I saw the Grand Canyon for the first time, the last thing on my mind was "Man, this is beautiful. If only I could pipe in some Pet Shop Boys mixed with ESPN color-commentary to really enhance the experience."
It's the 200 BC equivalent to the DVD logo hitting the corner of the screen.