Texan exonerated from death row goes after prosecutors
After surviving 18 years in prison and avoiding execution twice for murders he was eventually exonerated of, Texas man Anthony Graves is now going after the prosecutor who originally convicted him.
Flanked by state lawmakers on Wednesday, Graves announced the Texas State Bar has officially decided to investigate former Burleson County District Attorney Charles Sebesta, 73, for alleged professional misconduct regarding the case in question.
Go get ‘em, Anthony!
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Norm now has an identification chip and will be hosting a pub crawl to benefit the shelter.
Stop emailing me, Groupon! I told you, I don’t want to hang out with you anymore!
'You don't earn as much money as the girls': a day in the life of a male model
It’s one of the few industries where men earn less than women, so why do they do it? New face Tommy Marr talks about the ups and downs of the job over the course of a day hopping between appointments across London. Read more
Photograph: Frantzesco Kangaris for the Guardian
I wonder how it feels to not make as much as the other gender? We should probably ask almost any woman.
Inspired by anti-gay bill, Arizona state senator comes out
On Wednesday, state senator Steve Gallardo publicly came out as a gay man. After openly opposing Bill 1062, he called the veto a “game-changer” that motivated him to open up about his personal life. “I don’t know why the Legislature was doing this. I should come out, I should say something, I should share the personal side of my life that I don’t really share,” he told NBC News.
"I’m a Latino, I’m a native of Arizona, I come from a Catholic family and I’m gay, it’s OK," he added.
Earlier that day, Gallardo addressed the press at the state Capitol and spoke similar words: “I am gay, I am Latino and I’m a state senator,” he said.
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I still can’t get over the scene in Broad City when Abbi has to pretend to do parkour for her boss because of a lie she told him. I almost peed myself for real.
I just got word that #HITRECORDonTV will play in airport waiting areas all throughout the country including:
- New Orleans
- Fort Lauderdale
- San Diego
If you see our show playing at your gate, take a foto and send to mee..✈️✈️✈️
A vast improvement over the CNN loops.
Examining the Pull of Group Masturbation Parties
Of the various group masturbation parties 30-year-old nudist Kyle Rudd has attended over the years, the biggest one drew a dozen-odd men, predominantly over 50. He was the third to arrive that night, and when he walked inside, the host and another guy were already naked. As the remainder of the guests sauntered in, conversation centered on things like work, how the week had been, and the bodies and penises on display. Rudd did most of his masturbating—a blend of group and solo—from the vantage point of the organizer’s couch and managed to ejaculate on himself three or four times in six hours. In the breaks between these bouts of industry, Rudd, a Melbourne-based arts-sector employee, spent his time socializing, drinking beer, and eating pizza.
While some men might prefer to spend their weekends watching the game or relaxing with the family, Rudd says he had a great time.
“I find genitals to be very erotic—ten out of ten,” he says. “For me, I think being exposed and on display is very erotic. It’s knowing that others are admiring your genitals as they mutually get off on it.”
For anybody entertaining the idea of attending a group masturbation party, the grassroots DIY scene is a fertile field of opportunity, according to Rudd.
A+ headline, Vice.
Ex-Dewey LeBoeuf law firm execs charged in alleged fraud -
The top three bozos who ran my last law firm into the ground might go to jail. Good.