In case you haven't seen it, there's been a post circulating all over the Interwebz this week about a woman who posted a restaurant review and then received an unsolicited dick pic from a strange guy via private message. I guess she's not familiar with social media, and doesn't know how private messaging works, and she was surprised to get any private message reply at all.
When she opened the PM and saw a dick pic with, "you've got pretty eyes," she responded in an interesting way...
Of course there's more here. And you can see how she bombarded the guy with more censored dick pics to teach him a lesson. But more than that, almost every woman (and some men) thought what she did in response was the most brilliant thing they'd ever seen to date.
I know that I've never been too thrilled when I've received unsolicited vagina pics from strange women via Facebook PM. And women do send unsolicited vagina pics, you can trust me on that.
More On Noah Galvin's Colton Haynes Rant
I posted about Noah Galvin who is part of the TV show, The Real O'Neals, ranting about closeted gay men in Hollywood, and naming people, including Colton Haynes. Then I posted about Galvin backpedaling and apologizing for the things he said. And now there's a new article that talks about how Galvin's comments ruffled a few proverbial feathers at ABC.
They're saying this was the last thing ABC expected...
But the damage to the show’s fate may be more severe than a simple slap on the wrist. The outburst may wind up being the beginning of the end for the show, which is based in part on Dan Savage’s childhood.
You can read the rest here. It's pretty basic...what you would expect from Hollywood.
It's not a show I would ever watch anyway, I'm not a huge fan of Dan Savage, and I don't care how he grew up. So I have no comment.
But one comment seems to sum it up in an interesting way:
Of course Hollywood, go after the person keeping it “REAL” but praise the fake ass….
Orlando Survivor Patience Carter's Moving Poem
Here's a story about a poem that was written by one of the survivors of the Orlando shooting massacre. Her name is Patience Carter and she's from this area...Philadelphia...and she's an intern at TV Fox 29 in Philadelphia.
They’re coping with the aftermath in a variety of ways, including a moving poem written by Patience Carter, who was able to escape the nightclub with her life. She read the poem about her survivor’s guilt at an event this week. “It shows everything that I’m feeling right now,” she said, “and it’s a part of my healing process.”
Patience was on vacation in Orlando from her home in Philadelphia, and was in a wheelchair when she spoke to reporters. On the night of the shooting, she had actually made it outside of the nightclub when she realized that a friend was still inside. They rushed back to save her, then took shelter until police could rescue them. While they were hiding in a bathroom, the gunman shot both her legs.
You can read the entire poem here, and watch her read it in a video.
It's about the guilt of being alive, and this young woman's brilliant, honest words will break your heart all over again.
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