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Besides my Raiders, there's a Las Vegas 49ers team too  ;D:

We lived in the same neighborhood of zip code 95210, he was a senior and I was a freshman so makes sense  O0:

General Discussion / Re: Nice to be an Elite Member
« Last post by theking on Today at 12:29:47 AM »
You know PH's George Santos is frothing badly at the mouth when he tried really hard to abide by his own words aka lies but just can't help it by doing the opposite:


 ;D ;D ;D
I know one that left his law firm and went to work for the post office in the 90s and a friend just quit about a year ago to become a writer so good for this lady:

A lawyer who quit to become an OnlyFans performer says she now makes more money and is happier

Jazmen Jafar, 27, quit her job as an attorney to become an OnlyFans performer.
She made her entire annual salary of $75,000 at a law firm in just one month on the platform.
Jafar said she was tired of living her life for others and following a path her family set out.
Less than six months after getting her first job as an attorney, Jazmen Jafar quit to become a full-time OnlyFans creator.

Her legal role paid $75,000 a year, but the 27-year-old made that much in February alone, and has made more than $180,000 through OnlyFans in the first three months of this year.

To protect her privacy, the OnlyFans performer uses the name Jazmen Jafar — a play on Princess Jasmine and Jafar, characters from the Disney movie, "Aladdin." There are almost 1,200 posts and 2,200 videos on her OnlyFans profile, which promises daily livestreams for $6.99 a month.

Insider has viewed documentation verifying her real identity, her previous employment, and her earnings.

Jafar said she spent most of her life following a path that her Middle Eastern parents set out for her. She had passed the bar exam and went into the job interview hoping she wouldn't get the position because she didn't want to pursue a legal career, but went through with it to appease her family.

"Before, when my future was so laid out and I had a great long stable legal career in the works, I hated the thought of the future," she told Insider.

The content creator, who posts nude photos and videos on the platform, launched her OnlyFans account in early 2021 before joining the law firm in October that year. She then moonlighted as a content creator to boost her earnings and eventually quit her legal career in March 2022.

"I was working at the law firm during the day and at night I would come home and film content," she said. "I'd film all weekend too. It was always awkward going into the office on Monday and colleagues would ask how I spent my weekend and I'd say, 'Just relaxing indoors,' when really I was filming myself sucking dildos or whatever."
Wisconsin 1st graders were told they couldn't sing 'Rainbowland' by Dolly Parton and Miley Cyrus because it was too controversial. The song is about accepting others.

Students in a first-grade class in Wisconsin were excited to sing a song about coming together and loving each other by Dolly Parton and Miley Cyrus, but school administrators said the song was too controversial.

General Discussion / This Yang guy makes a pretty good George Santos
« Last post by theking on Today at 12:16:48 AM »
'Saturday Night Live': Bowen Yang could finally win Emmy thanks to George Santos. Bowen Yang is a three-time Emmy nominee for “Saturday Night Live”: twice in Best Comedy Supporting Actor (2021 and '22) and once in Best Variety Writing (2019).

General Discussion / This guy in Thailand is lucky there's water
« Last post by theking on Today at 12:09:04 AM »
Tourist Survives Terrifying Bungee Jump Fall in Thailand After Cord Snaps
The tourist, originally from Hong Kong and visiting Thailand, jumped from a 10-story-high platform when his bungee cord snapped and sent him falling headfirst into water below

A tourist is speaking out after they survived a terrifying bungee jump fall that occurred while they were vacationing in Thailand.

Back in January, the tourist — who has been identified only as Mike to avoid online harassment, per CNN — traveled from Hong Kong to the Changthai Thappraya Safari and Adventure Park, where he partook in a bungee jump activity.

After being hooked into the equipment, Mike, 39, jumped from a 10-story-high platform, though his bungee cord snapped and sent him falling headfirst into the water below, as seen in video footage of the incident obtained by HK01.
Hmmm...unlike here where the Camry consistently ranks 1 and 2 as the best selling sedan, must not be as popular in its' home country  ???:

Toyota will stop selling the Camry sedan in Japan by the end of the year, marking the end of a 43-year run. It's simple math: Toyota only sold around 6000 Camrys in its home country in 2022. The Camry will remain available in the U.S. and the other global markets, where Toyota sold a combined 600,000 units last year.
Even Disney World is not very pleased with Ron.. ???:

Disney World Event Gives Florida Gov. DeSantis the Middle Finger
Walt Disney's CEO Bob Iger has shown no willingness to back down in the face of the governor's efforts to campaign against diversity training.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has made Disney World, one of his state's largest employers, the target of his so-called war on woke.

At the root of the dispute are former Walt Disney (DIS) - Get Free Report CEO Bob Chapek's remarks opposing the Republican governor's new law, which limits the ability of educators to discuss gender identity and sexual orientation with children.

Labeled the Don't Say Gay bill, the law met with huge pushback from Disney employees, who had criticized Chapek for initially not speaking out against the bill.

That led the then-Disney boss to take a direct stand against the governor's actions, which in turn led DeSantis to strip the company of its special tax status
Marriage & Family Life / Ménage à trois: if they are happy, good for them
« Last post by theking on March 26, 2023, 11:55:23 PM »
Meet the couple who opened their 11-year marriage to a divorced father so they could grow emotionally and sexually

Kim, 37, and Dustin, 42, have been married for 11 years and opened up their marriage last year.

Kim loves Dustin, her husband, and Vinson, her boyfriend, and that's exactly why she wants to find another partner.

A year ago, Kim and Dustin decided to open their marriage, specifically in search of another man. When Kim fell in love with Vinson, who she met through a mutual friend, they, along with her husband, decided to become a family unit. Their grade school-aged children play together, and Dustin and Vinson have become friends. Kim has a sexual relationship with both men.

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