Some people have strange fetishes.
Sounds about right.the article said:The Snatched star went on to admit she has shared a lot of 'Huh' moments' with her husband, starting from when she fell over on one of their first dates.
She continued: 'Nine out of 10 people would go, "Oh my god, are you OK?!" Maybe more like 10 out of 10 people...Instead, my husband went-- He kind of froze and became a lighthouse, opening and closing his mouth.
'I remember lying on the ground looking up at him and I wasn't mad, I just thought, "Huh." Lotta "Huh" moments, you know?'
Considering the parents, this is gonna be one fucked-up baby. Or maybe a literal @Tard Baby.The 37-year-old comic realized not long after she started dating Chris Fischer - whom she married in February 2018 and is expecting her first child with - that his 'brain was a little different.'
Thanks to your avatar I'm picturing Mad Maxine having the exact same reaction to that news, even having worked with ol' Chuck for so long. I think she's been your avatar so long that you're becoming more.... Maxine.I am so fucking stupid. (How fucking stupid are you?)
I am so fucking stupid I honestly believed Amy Schumer was married to Chuck Schumer, the senator.
Fox News hires former DNC chairwoman Donna Brazile
Styx posted a vlog about this.Brazile said she would question assertions about low-income people and issues such as climate change but would do so with “civility and respect.”
March 18, 2019, 1:39 PM EDT
By Claire Atkinson
Fox News has hired Donna Brazile, the former Democratic National Committee chairwoman, as a contributor, the company said in a news release on Monday.
Brazile had been a contributor for CNN but was dismissed after reports emerged in December 2016 that she gave advance information to then-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton about questions she would face during a televised town hall aired by the cable news channel. Brazile initially denied the accusation but later admitted to sharing topics, calling it "a mistake I will forever regret."
In an op-ed article on FoxNews.com, Brazile wrote that she hoped to improve the tenor of political debate.
“Will I agree with my fellow commentators at Fox News? Probably not. But I will listen," Brazile wrote.
Brazile said she would question assertions about low-income people and issues such as climate change, but would do so with “civility and respect.”
Brazile added: “I will also freely admit the weaknesses in liberal arguments and the strength in conservative positions.”
Brazile will not be involved in the process of planning presidential debates and town halls, according to a source familiar with the network who was not authorized to speak about the matter publicly. She made her debut on the 2 p.m. ET edition of “Daily Briefing with Dana Perino