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Idiot Struck By Lightning After Covering Head With a Metal Pan
Sometimes you should be careful of what you ask for.
A Brooklyn man apparently decided that three was a crowd he didn’t want any part of. The 54-year-old man admitted that he used a piece of furniture to beat up a man who he said was sexually assaulting his girlfriend. But cops tell 1010 WINS, the three people knew each other and had a consensual three-way sexual encounter on Saturday. When the 54-year-old man returned to his apartment on Sunday, he found his girlfriend getting reacquainted with the new man. He allegedly flew into a jealous rage and beat the man with the wooden leg of a coffee table. Charges were pending against the suspect on Monday, as the victim remained hospitalized in critical but stable condition. The woman was treated for shock.
BRAINWASHED! SJW Jumps onto the New York Train Tracks and Threatens to Commit Suicide Over Women's Rights Issues
Comedian Michelle Collins also witnessed the incident and tweeted about what she saw. “In a NY first, I just saw a man on the subway tracks at Bryant Park threatening to kill himself over the unfair treatment of women,” she wrote. “I spoke to an older woman waiting for the train who asked me if he was a Communist… In short, hope he gets help and New Yorkers as per usual did not bat a lash.”
Megyn Kelly’s secret to staying skinny during law school? Asking her stepfather to fat-shame her. On Thursday, Kelly, 47, revealed on her eponymous “Today” show that, while studying at Albany Law School in the 1990s, she asked her stepfather, Peter Kirwan, to fat-shame her whenever she wanted to eat. “Some of us want to be shamed!” Kelly said. “When I was in law school, I was gaining weight, I said to my stepfather, ‘If you see me going into that kitchen one more time, you say, ‘Where you going, fat ass?’ And it works!” Kelly was interviewing “Fit Mom” Maria Kang, a 37-year-old mommy blogger. Kang drew online ire in 2013 when she posted a photo of herself (looking toned) and her three kids on Facebook, captioned “What’s your excuse?” Critics were quick to accuse Kang of body-shaming less-fit moms.
Is it Raining Flying Pigs? 'The View' UNLEASHES on Michael Wolff over his Book ‘This Is Why People Hate Journalists’
When Michael Wolff appeared on ABC's "The View" on Wednesday to discuss his new book, Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, most of the show's co-hosts appeared to cheer him on, but Meghan McCain was ready with tough questions for the author. "You know, Michael, your credibility is being questioned. Trump says—" McCain began. "Remember who my credibility is being questioned by," Wolff interjected. McCain then listed several journalists from mainstream media outlets and public figures who have questioned, if not rejected, claims made in Wolff's book. She also reminded Wolff that he had to apologize for mixing up names in one part of his book. She also mentioned that one of the sources who Wolff used for a story that disparages President Donald Trump has fabricated stories in the past. Wolff first reacted by jokingly apologizing for mixing up names, but he did not respond to McCain's other claims. Pushed again on how people can trust his quotes, Wolff defended himself, saying "I think you also have to look at the people who are not denying it." McCain also pressed Wolff multiple times to try and find out whether quotes from the now-deceased former Fox News chief Roger Ailes were on the record. "Fair question, and I'll tell you what happened," Wolff said. "This was actually an off-the-record dinner. But two things happened—" "This is why people hate journalists by the way. It's why I don't believe in the concept of off the record, this right here," McCain interjected. Wolff said that he reported the off-the-record comments because his source, Ailes, had died. A Washington Post article analyzed Wolff's interview and criticized his comments, saying, "It's almost like Wolff is trying [sic] to make journalists look bad."
CNN counterterrorism expert Philip Mudd said Thursday night he is proud to be a “shitholer,” a term he coined on the spot as someone who is a descendant of a person who has come from a historically ‘shithole country.’ Earlier on Thursday, Trump, in reaction to an immigration deal that would provide for and protect immigrants from Haiti and Africa, called them “shithole countries.”
A 49-year-old salesman never expected to end up on national TV. He slipped on black ice and fell on his lawn. “The only thought was don't fall backwards so I was eyeballing the grass and did everything I could to get to the grass,” Tim Besecker said. “I knew landing on the driveway was not a good option.” Besecker spoke to Inside Edition about the incident which happened at his home in Virginia earlier in the week.
Pastor Mark Burns followed up on his contentious MSNBC interview today by responding to Joy Reid in their clash over Haiti. In case you missed it, Reid and Burns fought this morning over President Trump‘s reported “shithole” comments, with Burns arguing that the President of course wants to prioritize the well-being of Americans. Burns Periscoped his response to Reid and went off on the issues they were debating, saying at one point, “She should just move to Haiti since she’s more concerned about Haitian immigrants than black Americans here in poverty.”