Showing posts with label Weird. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Weird. Show all posts

September 5, 2013

Mr.Weiner-head had Melt Down Argument With Store Patron

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Mr.. Weiner has a meltdown argument with a customer of a store that called him a “Scum Bag”
 Weiner says that god be the judge, but that’s baloney.  He is a running politicians and we can all judge him. That’s what we do!

September 1, 2013

10 ways to get Anthony Weiner to send you a signed picture or Drawing of His Weiner


Kerry Katona taught Miley Cyrus’ tongue everything it knows about rimming the media (photos)





EVER wondered how to get inside Hillary Clinton’s knickers? Or how about sex with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad? Fancy a bunk up with Tony Blair but never managed to pluck up the courage? Well, help is at hand. Sydney Leathers, recipient of Anthony Weiner’s dirty photos and texts, has published her 10 Secrets for Seducing a Politician. The old guide featured wearing a football strip (David Mellor), twanging your thong (Monica Lewinsky) or walking too close to Silvio Berlusconi (your name here). The new guide is here.

Politicians’ huge and hardworking staffs should prick up their ears. On day you’re employer could beidentified by his penis alone. Now that’s a special kind of fame. One day your children will ask where you where when the President first showed everyone his knob:
#1: Indulge his crazy alter-ego, and whatever you do, don’t laugh at him. When in doubt, use a smiley-face and tell him you actually mean it.
It’s hard sometimes, but you have to keep a straight face. Like, Anthony would thank me every time he had an orgasm. I don’t think I ever said “You’re welcome.” Who thanks someone after an orgasm?
Someone with impeccable manners. Whenever Leathers would approach a door, Weiner would hold it open for her with his dick.
#2: Be a little coy first. Don’t be so aggressive.

#3: Be prepared to make the first move, play on his ego and resist being sexual when he wants to be sexual. It will drive him crazy.

#4: Figure out his weaknesses early on. If he’s insecure, you’ve hit gold. Then torture him by playing hard to get.

#5: Make him jealous and then switch it up and make him feel secure. Kind of like “48 Laws of Power.” Politicians are in it to win it so always be in “flirting campaign mode.”

#6: Go for someone who you know is tempted by hot chicks online. Once he’s interested, find out his fetish as soon as you can.
Go for someone you know won’t be able to resist you.
Yes, Anthony is married with a child. So you have to be comfortable that some people are going to brand you as an evil home wrecker. Don’t read the negative comments or tweets. You just kind of have to own it and be honest and keep your head up no matter what people think of you.

#7: Give him more attention than he’s ever known from a woman. Tell him he is sexy, and be specific about why he is.
Politicians are the biggest attention whores you will ever meet.
Vote Leathers.

#8: Find a horny non-politician to finance all the expensive shoes and lingerie pics you’re sexting your politician boyfriend. Constantly, be painting a picture of yourself in your politician’s brain.
And don’t be too proud for selfies.

Do not be too proud, says Leathers.

#9: Tell him how big his weiner is — especially if it’s Weiner.
The best way to compliment on penis shot: Be really specific. Not just length but girth and everything. Really be specific.

Talk lightning, composition and other objects in view, like coffee tables or pictures of his wife and kids.
#10 Alternate between innocent and vague, then dirty and specific, and occasionally throw in a mention of something political he did.

You used that mouth to kiss babies.
Stick to the Leathers plan and Ann Widdecome with big big beefy knob will be putt in your hands.


July 23, 2013

Weiner Admitted Passing Around His Weiner To One More Woman

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  New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner admitted on Tuesday to sending additional explicit photos and texts to a woman he met online — correspondence she says began months after he resigned from Congress for similar behavior.
The allegation could severely test voters’ willingness to forgive Weiner, who has said he spent the two years since the scandal trying to make things right with his wife and earn redemption.
Weiner, who resigned his House seat in June 2011 after acknowledging having sexual conversations with at least a half-dozen women, has been near the top of most mayoral polls since his late entry into the race this spring.
“I said that other texts and photos were likely to come out and today they have,” said Weiner in a statement released by his campaign. “I want to again say that I am very sorry to anyone who was on the receiving end of these messages and the disruption this has caused.”
Weiner did not say when the newly revealed exchanges occurred, but he said his behavior created “challenges in our marriage that extended past my resignation.”
The new lewd correspondence was posted Monday by the gossip website The Dirty. The woman involved was not identified.
The woman, who told the website she was 22 when she began her correspondence with Weiner, said their online relationship lasted for six months and continued into last summer. She claimed Weiner used the alias “Carlos Danger” for their tawdry exchanges and later asked her to destroy the evidence of their chats.
Weiner’s wife, Huma Abedin, has played a large — and increasing — role in his mayoral campaign.
Abedin, a longtime adviser to Hillary Rodham Clinton, urged Weiner to run for office, has led his campaign fundraising and recently made her debut on the campaign trail. Two weekends ago, she walked hand-in-hand with Weiner as they talked to voters on a Harlem street.
“This behavior is behind me,” said Weiner in the statement released Tuesday. “I apologized to Huma and am grateful that she has worked through these issues with me and for her forgiveness.”
His problems began on May 28, 2011, when a website run by conservative commentator Andrew Breitbart posted a lewd photograph of an underwear-clad crotch and said it had been sent from Weiner’s Twitter account to a Seattle woman.
Weiner denied that he sent the photo, claiming that his Twitter had been hacked.
But after more women came forward and more photographic evidence emerged — some of it X-rated — Weiner admitted that he had lied. Abedin was not at his side when he announced his resignation.
He then entered two years of self-imposed political exile only to return this spring. Under a huge media spotlight, he apologized repeatedly for his behavior in the initial days of his bid but then pivoted quickly into an issues-based campaign. He was largely well-received by voters and quickly established himself as a favorite in the race.
His main primary rivals did not immediately comment on the new revelation

 

July 7, 2013

Why Guys Like to Wear Their Girls Friends Panties to Dresses


PORTRAITS of men wearing their girlfriends’ clothes is entertaining stuff.
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After several conversations with (male) friends about how relationships between men and women have changed since their parent’s generation, Spanish photographer Jon Uriarte had a brilliant idea for a photo series. He wanted to make images that showed not only the equality of balance in heterosexual relationships, but also the feeling of confusion the male may be experiencing with this change. He began this series, which he calls The Men Under the Influence by taking photos of couples together in the same image. After some time, he realized that a more effective image was to photograph the man alone, dressed in his girlfriends clothing in their shared apartment or house. Uriarte photographed the series over a period of three years in both the US and Spain.
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Great photos. But has anything changed?
In 2012  art dealer Philip Mould looked over the work Portrait of a Woman. He’d bought the 19th Century painting for $10,000. He stripped away the varnish and realised that the eponymous woman was  Charles-Geneviève-Louis-Auguste-André-Timothée d’Eon de Beaumont, a French diplomat and spy. He was a transvestite best known as Chevalier d’Eon.
Simon Burrows, professor of modern European history at Leeds University adds:
“D’Eon was sent by [King] Louis XV to England as a spy. But after a massive row with the French ambassador Conte de Guerchy about d’Eon wanting his job, he had to hide — not just in another person’s house but as a woman.” 
He came to prefer womanhood.
Grayson Perry, the transvestite artist also known as Claire, said: “I was influenced by him when I first began dressing as a woman.”

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Perry added in a Times interview:
His wife and daughter are relaxed about his alter ego but don’t share their clothes. “We’ve got different tastes. And I’m a bloke, I don’t have bosoms.” He would never have turned up in a dress for parents’ evening. “That would have been cruel.” His daughter has not followed him into art. “Chemistry, a proper job.”
Britain is, he thinks, much more tolerant now. “People have mellowed out. The prejudiced ones seem like the freaks now.” It would not be impossible to have a transvestite prime minister “but I don’t know if he would be able to carry out his job dressed up. A man in a frock is inherently disruptive and amusing.”

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Sean Bean, the rugged actor, played a transvestite in the TV show Accused:
“I met some trannies who were doing it for a laugh and some because they were seriously considering transexual surgery. There were others whose wives and girlfriends enjoyed it and even went shopping for clothes with them. Tracie’s story is not supposed to be atypical. There is no typical story…“[Wearing] Spanx felt like someone tightly cupping your buns the whole time which was weird at first but not entirely without pleasure eventually…. [Breast were]  huge statements of power.”

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December 21, 2012

How Far is Actor Jared Leto Going With His Weight?

Actor Jared Leto is rail-thin after going on a drastic crash diet for a month for a film role.

Actor Jared Leto starved himself for a month to play a transsexual woman battling AIDs in the drama "Dallas Buyers Club."

In startling photos unveiled on photographerTerry Richardson's blog, the lanky 5-foot-9 Leto lifts his shirt to show off his tiny, concave stomach. Jared, 40, also shaved his eyebrows and body hair to look like an emaciated and sickly AIDs patient.
Leto, who's known for his obsessive commitment to his acting roles, lost the weight by fasting for almost four weeks.
"Your body goes through weird stages," he told New York magazine. "Sometimes it's hard to hold on to water. But for me, it's not about the most weight I can lose, it's more to represent the character. I'm focused on what it means to be a transsexual woman."
Jared, a vegan who normally hikes, cycles and does yoga to stay fit, had hoped to experience the enlightenment some people say they experience while fasting.
"Historically, people have done it for pursuit of self, to achieve a meditative state, so I'm hoping for that, and not the other things." he laughed. "It's not necessarily a bad thing."
Meanwhile, Leto's co-star, Matthew McConaughey, is also raising eyebrows after losing 38 pounds off his usually muscular body to play the lead role in "Dallas Buyers Club."
Not surprisingly, the 6-foot McConaughey, who crash-dieted from a strapping 181 pounds to a gaunt 143 pounds, can't wait to sink his teeth into a juicy cheeseburger after shooting wraps.
“I will have some 70%-beef, 30%-fat ground beef, maybe a half-pound cheeseburger with another three types of cheese," said McConaughey. "I'll prepare it all and I'll make sure that it takes three hours just to prepare.
While dramatically changing his body for a film role is new to the athletic Matthew, it's something Jared has done before. In 2007, Leto gained a whopping 67 pounds to play John Lennonassassin Mark David Chapman for the drama "Chapter 27."
Jared piled on the weight by gorging on pints of ice cream spiked with olive oil and soy sauce. In 2008, Leto insisted he would never again gain weight for a film role because carrying the excessive weight on his slender frame damaged his health.
"I'd never do it again; it definitely gave me some problems," he said. "I don't know if it was gout, but I had a definite problem with my feet.
"Towards the end of the shoot, one of the glaring issues was the pain I had with my feet. I couldn't walk for long distances; I had a wheelchair because it was so painful. My body was in shock from the amount of weight I gained. It took about a year to get back to a place that felt semi-normal. I don't know if I'll ever be back to the place I was physically."

November 29, 2012

Texas Looking to Get Warren Jeff’s Polygamist Heaven



                     
              FILE - In this March 2, 2005 aerial file photo, the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints compound is shown under construction near Eldorado, Texas. Texas wants to take ownership of the polygamist ranch where the convicted sect leader Warren Jeffs and his followers sexually assaulted children. The Texas attorney general’s office filed a seizure warrant in rural Schleicher County on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012.   (AP Photo/Donna McWilliam, File)

 

  The Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints compound is shown under construction near Eldorado, Texas. Texas wants to take ownership of the polygamist ranch where the convicted sect leader Warren Jeffs and his followers sexually assaulted children. The Texas attorney general’s office filed a seizure warrant in rural Schleicher County on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012. (AP Photo/Donna McWilliam, File)
 By PAUL J. WEBER
  Texas (AP) — Texas wants ownership of Warren Jeffs’ massive ranch where prosecutors say the convicted polygamist sect leader and his followers sexually assaulted dozens of children, the state attorney general’s office said Wednesday.
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A judge will determine whether to grant the state control of the nearly 1,700-acre property owned by the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. According to local tax records, the total value of the land is appraised at more than $33 million.
Seeking to bolster their case for seizures, prosecutors also allege that FLDS leaders financed the property through money laundering. The sect bought the land for about $1.1 million in 2003, according to an affidavit filed Wednesday.
Starting with a raid on the secluded Schleicher County ranch in April 2008, the state spent more than $4.5 million racking up swift convictions against Jeffs and 10 of his followers. Jerry Strickland, a spokesman for the attorney general’s office, said the warrant begins the final chapter in the state’s five-year-old investigation into the sect.
‘‘This is simply the next step,’’ Strickland said.
Texas Rangers raided the ranch following a call to a domestic abuse hotline that turned out to be false, and took 439 children into state custody. Jeffs last year was convicted of sexually assaulting two minors whom he described as his spiritual wives. At trial, prosecutors presented DNA evidence to show he fathered a child with one of those girls, aged 15.
Jeffs, 56, is serving a life prison term in Texas. He has continued to try to lead his roughly 10,000 followers from behind bars. The sect is a radical offshoot of mainstream Mormonism whose members believe polygamy brings exaltation in heaven.
Rod Parker, a Nevada attorney for the FLDS, did not immediately return a phone message Wednesday from The Associated Press. He told the Salt Lake Tribune that it seemed the state’s purpose was to take the land and sell it to the highest bidder, which would result in sect members living at the ranch likely being evicted.
‘‘They’re punishing the victims. These aren’t the people who committed the crimes,’’ Parker told the newspaper.
It’s not known how many people still live at the secluded ranch located about 200 miles west of San Antonio, but the seizure warrant does not require them to leave. The property is so far off the main roads that only helicopters or planes can provide a true glimpse of the ranch.
Schleicher County Sheriff David Doran said the population at the ranch has ‘‘reduced quite a bit over the last several months’’ since Jeffs was convicted. Whereas the property was once under a constant state of construction — the FLDS even had its own cement plant — Dolan said he believes only a small contingent of members are still there keeping the ranch working.
‘‘We don’t see the traffic as much,’’ Doran said. ‘‘All that has slowed to almost zero.’’
Doran said his deputies accompanied state investigators to deliver the warrant at the ranch. No one answered, so Doran said they taped the warrant to the ranch’s front gate.
Strickland, the attorney general’s spokesman, said it was too early to speculate about what the state would do with the property if given ownership. The group will have a chance to contest any seizure.
According to the state’s affidavit, the ranch is controlled under the name the United Order of Texas, which is described in county filings as a ‘‘religious trust created to preserve and advance the religious doctrines and goals of the FLDS.’’
Online records from the Schleicher County Appraisal District indicate a dozen pieces of property at the ranch’s address that are owned by the trust and total 1,691 acres. Combined, the most recent appraised value of the properties is $33.4 million.
Jeffs’ most devoted followers consider him God’s spokesman on earth and a prophet, but they were absent from court for the bulk of his criminal trial.
Paving the way to Jeffs’ conviction were his own ‘‘priesthood records’’ — diary-like volumes, covering tens of thousands of pages, in which Jeffs recounts his sexual encounters and records even his most mundane daily activities.
Prosecutors cite the records in the 91-page affidavit filed Wednesday.
‘‘This will be a major gathering place of the saints that are driven,’’ Jeffs wrote. ‘‘You can see it is well isolated. In looking at this location, we can raise crops all year round. There is no building code requirements. We can build as we wish without inspectors coming in. There is a herd of animals that the storehouse needs, that we can nourish and increase.’’
In the affidavit, prosecutors allege that sect members illegally structured financial transactions and that Jeffs personally toured the ranch before the land was purchased.
To support prosecutors’ claims that FLDS leaders financed the property through money laundering, one section in the affidavit lists 175 deposits, almost all of which are just less than $10,000, made at San Angelo banks over the course of two years and staggered by only a few days each. The total is about $1.5 million.
Prosecutors say the series of four-figure deposits — which financial investigators call ‘‘structuring’’ — are typically done to evade federal reporting requirements.
However, the Texas attorney general’s office, however, has not formally charged any FLDS members with any financial crimes.
Under Texas law, authorities can seize property that was used to commit or facilitate certain criminal conduct, such as a home being used as a stash house for drugs. Strickland said he didn’t immediately know where this attempted seizure would rank among the state’s biggest efforts to claim ownership of criminal property.
In the affidavit, prosecutors allege that sect members illegally structured financial transactions and that Jeffs personally toured the ranch before the land was purchased.
Jeffs wanted the ‘‘a rural location where the FLDS could operate a polygamist compound where the systemic sexual assault of children would be tolerated without interference from law enforcement authorities,’’ according to the affidavit.
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 Paul J. Weber

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