Seriously... click it. Uhh... Probably shoo the kids away from the computer first.
Normally, I'm not a fan of the celebrity press, but... just too awesome. As Michigan fans, I think that belongs a little bit to all of us.
that link is solid gold.
Totally. Kicks. Ass.
Also a must see (on the same page): 6. "Heidi Montag's Breasts in a tank-top". Ich möchte jeden Tag war [Heidi] Montag...
Ich verstehe nicht was du sagen versuechst...
I was trying to make a play on words in German, which I last took at Michigan in 1998. Roughly translated: I wish everyday could be [Heidi] Monday [Montag].
I kept wanting to think it was a bad camera angle....no way, she was gagging.
...David Terrell is nodding sagely.
"She'll pretty much have to."
DeBeers and their idiotic "forever" campaign. They don't know anything.
I assume you've wasted money on a diamond without any reciprocation?
Well, she married me. Comrie got a better deal.
"Well, she married me. Comrie got a better deal."
DeBeers is stupid, though - and evil. The "diamond engagement ring" was a postwar marketing campaign designed to jack up demand for diamonds that has brainwashed American men and women. Meanwhile they restrict the very abundant diamond supply
(why do you think diamond-tipped sawblades don't cost thousands of dollars?) through a cartel to keep the gemstone price up. This restriction suborns an unholy black market, hence the rightful activism of "blood diamonds."
I don't have a real problem with a symbol of engagement like a ring, but the idea that a man should blow two to three months' salary on it is absolutely ridiculous. It's a brideprice, thinly veiled in a concept of romance. This is the 21st century, women don't need to bought and should not demand it.
You're a little off on the idea of the rarity of diamonds. Industrial Diamonds are NOT pretty. They are ugly, black hunks of carbon that nobody wants for anything but their hardness.
While you're absolutely correct about industrial diamonds (their value is nil), diamonds are not rare. Ruby and Emerald are far more scarce than diamonds, and if DeBeers didn't control worldwide diamond prices by hoarding them and controlling their release to the market, they would be far less valued. Diamond prices are artificially inflated.
If I produce a type of car that everybody wants, and it's easy for me to make it, but nobody else can, and I only make a few, that still makes that car scarce, whether it NEEDS to be scarce or not.
They control it, and keep the supply in check. I.E. - They are rare as far as the market is concerned.
But they are only rare because DeBeers buys up mining rights everywhere, and hoards their supply. They aren't actually rare at all, that was my point. If the diamond business were to suddenly become an open market, subject to real world supply and demand their value would fall precipitously.
What's ridiculous is how they build it up to be some kind of "investment" that you're supposed to research to the 9s. It's no investment, and while you don't want to get ripped off, it is not going to be a tragedy if the ring your girl loves is a VS2 and you buy that one instead of a smaller, more expensive VS1. Or whatever.
Actually, it's a great investment... you know, if you could ever convince her to sell it. Precious stones and metals go up in value ALL the time.
Excellent, probably not worth the price of a ring, but excellent nonetheless.
That's Hillary Duff, and that is for ALL Michigan Men. I already feel more relaxed and kind of want a sandwich.
It typically makes me want to watch TV and have a beer.
Where was this taken? If it's through the windows of his house, isn't that 100% illegal? Oh well, awesome.
Not if a guy walking around nude in his own home can get charged with indecent exposure...
But I'm pretty sure that anything you can see from outside the premise is fair game.
Am I the only one who thinks that the person who took that picture is a complete asshole?
you can't tell me he didn't realize the person was there...they obviously were there for some time and he was facing the window while she did it. It doesn't make that any less of an invasion of privacy, but i still think he knew someone was there and if he was really concerned he would have moved from the window.
Many cameras have a zoom feature standard now. Just sayin'.
I once read a long documentary on the "pap," and it made me feel a *little* less hate/anger towards them.
Specifically, a lot of them are poor (immigrants) who can't really find jobs. However, if they catch a killer shot with their camera, that could be a year's worth of salary.
Now, I also don't think it's really cool to exploit other people's lives to make your living. Also, I'm sure tons of them are assholes, and I really REALLY hate it when they drive recklessly and endanger other people.
Nonetheless, if you could earn your year's salary just by taking a picture that's visible from the open street (I'm gonna assume that's what happened, for the sake of argument) then I would have a tough time blaming you.
Wait, your wives didn't do the same for you?
But if you check out the whole photo link on popsugar.com, you'll see that she's not giving him a blowjob, she's kissing - or doing something to - his stomach. She pops right back up.
I checked his story. He's wrong. One picture she's blowing him. The next she is kissing him (still in blow position). Then, blowing him again.
You lose. For all time. You are the biggest fail since fail came to failtown. BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
I love the fact you're getting negbanged for sending everyone back to 6.
Don't make me bust out MS Paint and show you the "unedited" version of what was going on.
Even on our darkest days...
It's still great to be a Michigan Wolverine