Even the best looking, most successful men in the world contract those dreaded STDs. Yes, even celebrities. Yes, even Chris Evans.
I received a juicy tip this morning from one of my best sources in Los Angeles and what they’re telling me is something a lot of you might not want to hear. The gorgeous and talented Chris Evans (Fantastic Four, The Avengers, Captain America) has been treated for a sexually transmitted disease. Not even his SuperPeen could withstand the toxic environment in which he entered, presumably within the last 30 days.
My source revealed that Evans was treated for the STD “gonorrhea” and subsequently filled a prescription for the infection. So take note, if you hooked up with Chris recently, you might wanna haul your pretty little ass down to the doc’s for some penicillin.
Chris was recently quoted as saying he likes his women a little feisty: “I like wet hair and sweatpants…and ponytails. Girls who give me a hard time, bust my chops a little.” Well, it looks like he got more than his chops busted this time.
So the question is…would you hit it – AFTER the meds kick in? (Heh. Yeah, I’m sick.)
for the last 30+ years.
It was a joke 32 years ago when I lived in Colorado Springs.
It was thin and almost devoid of content.
The former owners ("Freedom") were extremely right-wing and it showed in every bit of the paper.
As a consumer, I use QR codes.
When I am walking by a house with a For Sale sign and there is a QR code, I can, typically, scan the code and find out some more info about the house.
As a marketeer, I am using (well, my customers are using) QR codes.
1. A realtor who sells rural property. The For Sale sign does not tell you price and features. A box with flyers is nonsense. The QR code is perfect. You scan and are shown a single webpage that fits on a phone screen and it shows: price, major features and contains a call to action.
2. An energy-saving company. They put QR codes on their trucks. (The URL is also on the truck.) Scanning the code takes you to a webpage with a discount offer and a call to action.
"Nerds targeted in the real world by bullies could push back...And so, the Troll was born."
I am a nerd. I was born a nerd and I was never bullied for being a nerd.
I troll because I can.
I enjoy starting a word fight, but it has nothing to do with being bullied.
Trolling is similar to poking a stick into a hornets' nest (which I did, once) to see what will happen.
Trolling is fun.
BTW. The Washington Times: a newspaper written by troglodyte for the ignorant lumpen proles.
Studies have shown (cf. Nazi concentration camps) that allowing workers to eat causes a drop in productivity. It makes more sense to just work them until they die. Replacements (cf. booming populations in certain parts of the world) are easy to come by.