Kicked Out Of Water Park For Revealing Bikini, Top Interesting Facts About Egypt, And Kris Jenner Loves Her Friends
7/8/2013 3:00:00 PM
Did you hear about the Missouri lady who was kicked out of a water park because of her revealing bikini?
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A reporter for a Fox affiliate in Florida was interviewing an analyst at a football summer camp in Oregon last week, when one of the top high school talents . . . Ermon Lane . . . accidentally took her out after a play in the end zone.
She bruised her knee, but she's fine.
Most people know that Egypt is currently in chaos, but know very little about this historically-important country. Here are the Top Interesting Facts About Egypt.
60% of its citizens hate America. 40% hate Israel. And 100% hate "The Lone Ranger".
President Obama is closely monitoring it. Just like our phone records!
The worst time to visit there is the summer. The best time is never.
A real mummy would beat the crap out of Brendan Fraser.
The Sphinx's nose didn't break off . . . it disintegrated due to excessive coke use.
They don't allow gay marriage, but it's no big deal if you have two mummies.
I guess the new trend in music videos is TONS OF NAKED BOOBS. Because ROBIN THICKE did it with "Blurred Lines", and now JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE'S new video, "Tunnel Vision", is pretty much wall-to-wall nipple. The difference, though, is that you can see Justin's video on YouTube.
The site DID initially pull "Tunnel Vision" because of the nudity . . . just like they did with "Blurred Lines".
But they put "Tunnel Vision" back up, saying that they, quote, "make exceptions when [nudity or sexual content] is presented in an educational, documentary or artistic context." Of course, you have to have a YouTube account so you can sign in and "confirm your age" before watching it.
This is an age-old debate that's NEVER going to be answered in any definitive sense, but what exactly is the difference between gratuitous nudity and nudity that's presented in an "educational, documentary or artistic context." And how, exactly, does the nudity in a Justin Timberlake music video qualify as "educational, documentary or artistic context"?
I think we should stop pretending that Justin Timberlake and Robin Thicke littered their videos with boobies as some form of artistic expression and call it what it is: A PUBLICITY STUNT. And while we're at it, let's call out YouTube for trying to B.S. us all about allowing "Tunnel Vision" on their site because it meets some kind of "educational, documentary or artistic" criteria.
After all, we may be a society that buys millions of Kesha albums, but we're not THAT stupid, are we?
Wait, don't answer that....until you've watched Kris Jenner's 'I love my friends' music video.