“I knew she was gonna be smoking hot since she was 7.”
I’ll tell you. There’s always a lot of talk about Black people and their rachet mess. But this (and other situations) prove that everybody has some crap! This dude moved next door to his future wife and her then 7-year-old kid. The dude profiled her as a porn star at the age of 7. What sort of pervert does that. OH, and she was cool with it.
Where is the mother in all of this?
This is what happens when you don’t have a father and the step-father is a nut job. No pun intended.
One of the reasons often cited for wanting to strip Americans of their right to gamble online is money laundering.The problem with this logic is that money can be laundered in any industry, not just online gambling. That’s discrimination in my book.
If U.S. lawmakers are supposed to be so much higher and mightier that the rest of the world’s leaders, how come they haven’t been able to stop money laundering after all this time?
You see, attempting to make online wagering illegal hasn’t dented money laundering at all.
Why should Americans lose their right to bet online just because the government can’t do its job in other arenas?
In our opinion this is one of the many “excuse reasons” to do away with online gambling.
Lawmakers whom are responsible for wanting to take your right to gamble online away probably know their true reasons for not wanting you to gamble online wouldn’t stand up in court. So they turn to such deflectionary arguments to cover their true reasons.
What might their true reasons be?
Reasons of morality. Continue reading
(AllHipHop News) Model Amber Rose has spoken out against graphically nude pictures that landed on the Internet yesterday (June 29).
Several pictures of Amber Rose naked and masturbating were released to the net yesterday afternoon.
The embarrassing pictures featured a nude Amber Rose in several compromising positions and are even more graphic than the ones released in asked.
According to Amber, her and her boyfriend, superstar rapper Wiz Khalifa, knew that the pictures would be hitting the Internet.
According to her Amber Rose, the pictures were stolen off of her personal laptop from a former assistant.
“I was gonna wait until my radio show to address this but I want to say this now,” Amber Rose tweeted. “I trusted someone that worked 4 me & allowed them to use my laptop a million times, I caught this person sending my pics to themselves and I fired this person immediately Wiz & I & both of our families have known about this for 2 months now. We tried to prepare ourselves for this day.”
Amber Rose said that the pictures in question are over 2 1/2 years old, and that she extremely hurt by the leaked photos.
Computerworld – Facebook’s move to enable facial recognition across its entire social networking site is raising some eyebrows – and possibly some legal woes — over its privacy implications.
On Tuesday, Facebook announced in a blog post that it was working to make it easier for uses to tag photos of their friends and family members. To do this, it has been quietly rolling out facial recognition technology to a test group across the world’s biggest social network since late last year.
That means Facebook‘s system will be able to recognize the faces of its 500 million to 600 million users worldwide. The company will be able to identify you simply by your face.
Facebook noted that starting in just a few weeks, its system will scan all photos posted to Facebook and will offer up the names of the people who appear in the frame. All of Facebook’s users are automatically being added to the database.
The facial recognition feature is automatically turned on. Users who don’t want the service must go in and manually opt out of it (see video below).
A day after the announcement was made, data protection regulators at the European Union said they will launch an investigation into it, according to the Bloomberg news service, which also reported that authorities in the U.K. and Ireland are looking into the matter.
“Tags of people on pictures should only happen based on people’s prior consent and it can’t be activated by default,” said Gerard Lommel, a member of the EU’s Data Protection Working Party, according to Bloomberg. Such automatic tagging suggestions “can bear a lot of risks for users” and the European data-protection officials will “clarify to Facebook that this can’t happen like this.”
Facebook did not respond to a request for comment.