Are you the publisher? Claim or contact us about this channel

Embed this content in your HTML


Report adult content:

click to rate:

Account: (login)

More Channels


Channel Catalog

Channel Description:

For The Grown & Sexy — The Ill Community

older | 1 | .... | 1180 | 1181 | (Page 1182) | 1183 | 1184 | .... | 1217 | newer

    0 0
  • 05/05/15--11:21: The Travel Thread
  • Post any interesting places that you've been, going or have an interest in visiting.

    Ask any travel related question and hopefully someone who has been will answer with useful tips, etc.

    Happy Travels

    0 0



    0 0

    O.J. Simpson’s parole hearing in Nevada this Thursday will be carried live onESPN as an expanded, 90-minute Outside the Lines Special, and pool cameras in the hearing room make it all but certain the proceedings will pop up at least in part on other news channels.

    In fact, the Nevada Board of Parole says about 30 news organizations have registered to cover the hearing at both the hearing location in Carson City and at the Lovelock Correctional Center in Lovelock, Nevada, where Simpson is incarcerated on the 2008 armed robbery and kidnapping convictions.

    Simpson will appear via videoconference from the prison, with four parole commissioners in Carson City.

    The hearing begins at 10 am PT (1 pm ET), and ESPN has set aside a 90-minute slot under its Outside the Lines banner. The network’s Jeremy Schaap will anchor.

    The public’s fascination with Simpson hasn’t ebbed since his era-defining arrest (and acquittal) for the 1994 murders of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman. ESPN Films, of course, scored big time with its O.J.: Made in Americadocumentary, the 2016 five-part series directed by Ezra Edelman that won a Best Feature Documentary Oscar for its theatrical run. FX’s hit 2016 drama The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story won nine Emmy Awards.

    Simpson, 70, was sentenced in 2008 to nine-to-33 years in prison for his role in an armed Las Vegas confrontation with two sports memorabilia dealers. If paroled – which legal pundits say is possible, even likely – he could be released October 1.

    Simpson’s cohort in the crime, Clarence “C.J.” Stewart, served 27 months in prison before the Nevada Supreme Court ruled that he should have been tried separately from Simpson.

    The Nevada parole board has indicated that a decision on Simpson’s release will be made the day of the hearing, and that Simpson will be permitted to speak.


    0 0

    Don’t let her doll face fool you, Julia Vins is a powerful young woman. The 20-year-old is a powerlifter who started the sport to improve her self esteem when she was 15. One of the coaches at the gym saw she had talent and the potential to become a competitive weightlifter.

    Julia may be known as “Muscle Barbie” but she is very confident of who she is. “I have these big, beautiful eyes and wear make-up. But at the same time, I’m strong,” says Julia. The Russian is often criticized for choosing a sport deemed unfeminine but Julia sees it as her true calling. She won the 2014 World Powerlifting Championships in Moscow, Russia. She also broke three world records in squat, bench press, and deadlift.

    She works hard for that body.

    Julia trains four times a week, anywhere from three to five hours at a time.
    Nutrition is important.

    She eats about five to six small meals a day to keep up with her rigorous training.

    She keeps it simple.

    Her meals usually consist of chicken, rice, vegetables, cheese, and eggs.

    0 0
  • 09/08/12--16:49: The Powerful Pet Thread
  • I noticed that a lot of people had pets in the Summer Pics thread so I decided to make a thread dedicated to the pets of the IC...

    Here's mine. Isis my 13 year old Siberian Husky. To say I love this dog is an understatement. She's the best dog I've ever had.










    0 0



    Something tells me yall know at least one.

    0 0
  • 10/13/17--20:46: Body bag thread

  • 0 0
  • 10/16/17--10:09: SEX DOLLS ARE COMING
  • image

    What are your thoughts my fellow ninjas and Swayettes?

    0 0

    Wife has friends and associates in Las Vegas right now. They talmbout there's an active shooter near Mandalay Bay. I'lll see if I can get a link, but some chick was streaming that she was an Uber driver and dropped off fare and as soon as dude got out the car he got hit in the chest, so her ass bailed on foot streaming the whole time.

    0 0
  • 10/24/17--06:13: Puerto Rico is done for
  • 0 0

    If Texas and/or Florida were all black states, the same would be happening to our people. The only reason he sent immediate help was because there are mostly white people living in those states.

    Lost weekend: How Trump’s time at his golf club hurt the response to Maria

    At first, the Trump administration seemed to be doing all the right things to respond to the disaster in Puerto Rico.

    As Hurricane Maria made landfall that Wednesday, there was a frenzy of activity publicly and privately. The next day, President Trump called local officials on the island, issued an emergency declaration and pledged that all federal resources would be directed to help.

    But then for four days after that — as storm-ravaged Puerto Rico struggled for food and water amid the darkness of power outages — Trump and his top aides effectively went dark themselves.

    Trump jetted to New Jersey that Thursday night to spend a long weekend at his private golf club there, save for a quick trip to Alabama for a political rally. Neither Trump nor any of his senior White House aides said a word publicly about the unfolding crisis.

    Trump did hold a meeting at his golf club that Friday with half a dozen Cabinet officials — including Acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke, who oversees disaster response — but the gathering was held to discuss his new refugee travel ban, not the hurricane. Duke and Trump spoke briefly about Puerto Rico, but did not talk again until Tuesday, an administration official said.


    “The Trump administration was slow off the mark,” said Rep. Darren Soto (D-Fla.), the first lawmaker of Puerto Rican descent elected by the state of Florida to Congress. “. . .We’ve invaded small countries faster than we’ve been helping American citizens in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.”


    0 0


    ....... Continuing our information enriched pilgrimage to the Ganjaland..

    My Everclear Extraction Hash Recipe


    You'll Need:

    Everclear [a good substitute for this is 99% isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol.. but it won't taste as good for reasons i'm still unclear on..]
    2 Mason Jars w/ Lids
    1 Metal Mesh Coffee Filter [Cone Shaped]
    1 Spoon
    1 Pyrex Dish/Plate
    3 Or More Grams Of Stem/Seed Free Shake

    The THC molecule consists of over 300 smaller building blocks that fall into a number of groups.. The most interesting of these are cannabinoids & what are known as CBD's. The cannabinoids possess psychoactive properties while the CBD's possess the therapeutically beneficial aspects. & Somewhere in the mists of these divine gifts lurk shadowy agents that act as inhibitors to keep you from experiencing the total effects of that particular strain. The following process is one of a handful of ways to extract & isolate the psychoactive effects from the restraints of inhibition.. In layman's terms, if you take your time & do this right, it's gonna fuck your silly ass up..

    Step 1: 1st, clean every stem, seed & superfluous particle of debris from the shake you plan on using.. Remember that [much like life] you get out of it what you put in.. Next... Freeze your everclear, weed shake & mason jars for 4 hours before you begin because cold is the key to separating the tricombs [thc resin glands] from the plant matter. When you're ready to begin, take your everclear, weed shake, & 1 mason jar out of the freezer & set a timer for 4 minutes & 45 seconds.. Pour the shake into your mason jar, add just enough everclear to cover top of the shake, & then screw the lid back on tightly. Press start on your count down timer & begin to swirl the mixture in a washing machine style, as opposed to shaking the jar randomly, until the time is up.

    Step 2: Grab the 2nd mason jar from the freezer, open it, & set the coffee filter within the mouth of the jar. Then, with one hand holding the filter in place & the other gripping the jar containing the weed/everclear mixture, carefully pour the contents slowly so that all land within the mesh filter. Sitting the 1st jar to the side & grabbing your spoon, you want to quickly strain the excess liquid from the soggy shake. If you watch closely, you'll notice a greenish color in the last of the liquid that you've strained. That is gonna be the chlorophyll which has been dissolved by the water in the alcohol.. This reaction takes place after 5 minutes of plant matter/alcohol contact. We want as little chlorophyll in our hash as possible so stop straining immediately when you detect it. Close your 2nd mason jar's lid tightly & place it back into the freezer for 20 minutes.


    Step 3: Take the 2nd jar from the freezer & swirl it's contents around to loosen the tricomb mud from the bottom of the jar & pour it into the pyrex dish. Let it dry in a lint/dust free area until all liquid is gone & the dish's remaining contents have air dried for 2 hours.. When this method has been mastered, your hash should come out perfectly golden.


    Step 4: Heat enough water to fill the bottom of a shallow pan a few centimeters & then sit the dish containing the hash in the water. After about 30 seconds, the hash should easily scrape up with a razor blade & can be smoked in a joint or pressed into a solid piece to be later sliced off in chunks for smoking through bongs or pipes..

    0 0

    Every number in that image is wrong. The most recent data available from the FBI (which is for 2015) indicates that 89.3 percent of black murder victims that year were killed by black perpetrators. Among white murder victims, 81.3 percent were killed by someone who was white. It’s also obviously not the case that 3 percent of white people who were murdered were killed by police — the debate over police behavior would be very different — but none of this seems to have given Trump much pause.

    At the time, this tweet was largely treated as another unprecedented move from an unprecedented political candidate — who seemed to many to be unlikely to win the Republican nomination, much less the presidency. That Trump accepted the obviously bogus data is one thing; that he decided to retweet it to his followers is another. But it got washed away in the flow. Two weeks later, Trump called for a ban on immigration from certain Muslim-majority countries.

    Then he won the nomination and the presidency. Then he appointed Sebastian Gorka to serve as an aide in the West Wing.

    Gorka’s tenure in the White House was relatively brief, coming to an ignominious end in late August after Gorka had spent most of his time, it seems, defending the administration in television interviews. Once he left, he found other opportunities doing the same thing, now hosted by the conservative Sinclair Broadcast Group.

    On Thursday, his duties with Sinclair, which owns scores of local television stations, had him participating in a roundtable discussion on gun violence in the United States for WJLA-TV in Washington. On that panel, Gorka proceeded to argue that efforts to regulate guns after mass shooting incidents was the wrong focus.

    The problem was not “inanimate objects,” he said, noting that the Boston bombers killed several people with an illegal inanimate object — a bomb. (That 19 times as many people were killed with the inanimate firearms used in the Las Vegas massacre earlier this month was not noted.) No, the guns weren’t the problem.

    Related: [Black Lives Matter activist speaks on stage at pro-Trump rally]

    “Our big issue is black African gun crime against black Africans,” he said. “It is a tragedy. Go to Chicago. Go to the cities run by Democrats for 40 years. Black young men are murdering each other by the bushel. This is a social issue. Allow the police to do their jobs and rebuild those societies. Legislation will not save lives.”

    Panelist and former Maryland state delegate Jolene Ivey challenged him on that point, noting that a key reason that most black people who are murdered are murdered by black people is that, as with white murder victims who are murdered by whites, they’re more likely to spend time with people who share their racial identity.

    “You think it’s a geographic function?” Gorka asked. When Ivey said she did, Gorka replied: “If they move out of their neighborhood, it will be fine, right? If they move to another neighborhood?”

    Related: [After Las Vegas, gun-control group seizing moment to push for tighter regulations]

    The conversation quickly devolved from there, when Ivey said that Gorka was being ridiculous, and he replied by suggesting that Ivey was saying that murders were ridiculous.

    But that last point from Gorka is worth highlighting, for two reasons. The first is that Gorka is arguing that it’s inherently ridiculous to assume that moving someone out of their community would affect their behavior. Specifically, he’s talking about moving people who live in inner cities, as made clear by his references to Chicago.

    One of the factors that overlaps with black-on-black crime is economic status. Poverty and crime are correlated, and low-income neighborhoods often see more crime. Black and Hispanic people are more likely to be poor. It’s difficult in many circumstances to extricate the effects of race from the effects of poverty, and that’s certainly true in this discussion. If we assume that we’re removing this theoretical criminal from the place that he or she lives, are we then also assuming that we’re changing his or her economic status?

    Related: [Violent crimes and murders increased in 2016 for a second consecutive year, FBI says]

    Which brings us to the second reason this argument by Gorka is worth highlighting. He scoffs that it’s ridiculous to think that moving a black person out of a predominantly black neighborhood would make it less likely that the person would commit a murder. In other words, he’s implying that there’s something inherent in black “Africans” committing murders against other black people. That it’s a function of who they are as black people, not of circumstance.

    Consider this phrasing: “This is a social issue. Allow the police to do their jobs and rebuild those societies.” Murder is a function of black social structures, apparently, which the police can “rebuild.” He’s not saying: “This is a social issue; we need to provide more economic opportunity and reduce poverty.” He’s saying that only law enforcement can fix what’s wrong with black communities.

    0 0


    Just when you think it can’t get any worse, the dotard-in-chief does something else that leaves us all collectively facepalming and asking ourselves, what the fuck? This time, it is his comments to a grieving Army widow that have us shaking our head as a nation.

    U.S. Army Sgt. La David Johnson died in a deadly ambush in Niger on Oct. 4. It took the president nearly two weeks to reach out to Johnson’s widow, and when he finally did on Tuesday, Local 10 reports Trump told Myeshia Johnson, “He knew what he signed up for … but when it happens it hurts anyway.”

    Imagine being the president of the United States and not having the tact or sensitivity to properly address the pregnant widow of a soldier who died in service to the country you are currently running into the ground with your bullshit. For real, bruh?

    Trump called Mrs. Johnson at 4:45 p.m., shortly before her husband’s remains arrived at Miami International Airport.

    Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Miami Gardens) witnessed Mrs. Johnson, who is the mother of a 2-year-old son and 6-year-old daughter, leaned over the American flag draping her husband’s casket and sobbed uncontrollably.

    Sgt. Johnson, 25, was a former Walmart employee who became a member of the 3rd Special Forces Group at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. He died during a mission fighting alongside Green Berets. His group was ambushed by 50 Islamic militants using rocket propelled grenades and machine guns. Five Nigerian soldiers also died in the ambush.

    Johnson’s body was not recovered for 48 hours after he died.

    The other three victims of the attack were Staff Sgt. Bryan C. Black, 35, of Puyallup, Wash.; Staff Sgt. Jeremiah W. Johnson, 39, of Springboro, Ohio, and Staff Sgt. Dustin M. Wright, 29, of Lyons, Ga., according to officials with the Department of Defense.

    0 0
  • 10/25/17--10:51: RIP Fats Domino
  • He died at 89

    Tbh...I thought dude was already dead

    0 0

    The pregame protests in the NFL drawing attention to racial inequality have become increasingly routine. Those at the lower levels of football, however, are anything but.

    The latest clash over the national anthem and American flag vs. the Constitution is going on at Kennesaw State University in Georgia, and it involves cheerleaders, an elected official and a Cobb County sheriff.

    And now a national civil rights group is chiming in.

    On Sept. 30, five Kennesaw State cheerleaders kneeled during the national anthem prior to a football game against North Greenville University. They were subsequently restricted to a stadium tunnel during the playing of the anthem, and an explanation was given by the school that the new procedure was unrelated to the protest and already in the works.

    Some investigative work by Georgia news outlets, including 11Alive, found text messages between state rep. Earl Ehrhart and sheriff Rick Warren indicating they were “furious” about the protests. Ehrhart reportedly criticized KSU president Sam Olens for “coddling” the cheerleaders and Warren responded, “Let me know what I can do to help you stop this BS on taxpayer-funded college campuses.”

    Further exchanges reported by 11Alive suggest the elected official and the law enforcement leader had indeed pressured the school president into making a decision involving free speech.

    “I just got off the telephone with [Olens] again, reference the unpatriotic cheerleaders kneeling during the national anthem,” Warren wrote. “He assured me that the cheerleaders will not be on field from now on. Thanks for always standing up to these liberal that hate the USA.”

    “Yes, we spoke last night,” Ehrhart replied. “[Olens] had to be dragged there, but with you and I pushing, he had no choice. Thanks for your patriotism, my friend.”

    Is that “patriotism”? Or unconstitutional pressure?

    Ehrhart is no back-bench lawmaker. He chairs the state’s house appropriations subcommittee on higher education, meaning he has a direct effect on Kennesaw’s funding. The school is the third-largest university in the state. So there is political context here. And “he had no choice” is a troubling statement to say the least.

    “My private comments with Sheriff Warren regarding the cheerleader protest at Kennesaw State expressed my personal feelings,” Ehrhart said in a statement to Yahoo Sports on Wednesday. “I stand by them. I urge President Olens to stand firm against any student publicly disrespecting our flag at a football game or any college event. I say that as a private citizen.”

    Where do his remarks as a private citizen end and pressure from a powerful political figure begin? Would this constitute a “chilling effect,” which is something the Supreme Court has warned against on multiple occasions?

    “It would potentially in some situations scare people,” said Mark Kende, director of the constitutional law center at Drake University.

    The sheriff’s involvement is potentially even more concerning.

    “Why would a county sheriff be focused on this? To police the cheerleaders?” Kende asked. “If they intervene for a political reason, that just contributes to making this look worse. It makes it look like a law enforcement official is dictating policy. That doesn’t make any sense under any scenario.”

    A spokesman for Warren, reached by phone on Tuesday, said, “We will not be commenting for any further news stories.”

    Olens, the school president, has apologized for the way he handled the situation. It’s unclear if the cheerleaders will be on the field during the anthem at future home games. A spokeswoman for Kennesaw State released this statement on Tuesday: “Kennesaw State University believes it is important to honor the national anthem. It is equally as important to respect the rights of individuals as protected under the first amendment.”

    The situation escalated on Tuesday, as the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law wrote an open letter to the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia to “express grave concerns regarding punitive actions that appear to violate the constitutional rights of cheerleaders at Kennesaw State University.”

    “Denying the cheerleading squad an opportunity to be present during the national anthem is not an act of patriotism; it’s an act of retaliation,” the letter reads in part. “The public reports indicate that KSU and other public officials violated these students’ First Amendment rights by retaliating against their peaceful protests based on the students’ viewpoint.”

    The Board of Regents has begun a review of the situation.

    Ehrhart wrote an op-ed in the Marietta Daily Journal defending his stance, in which he said, “A university student cannot demand a taxpayer supported platform like a football field for their [sic] political speech.”


    0 0
  • 01/20/14--15:15: The Random Facts Thread
  • Im just going to put all the facts i find on the internet into one thread, kinda like chitlin and his news thread.

    I just got these off the internet, i dont know if they are true or not. Google it if your so curious.

    Ill post infographics and cool educational type gifs in here as well.

    Feel free to post some too if you come across any.

    0 0
    0 0

    Former President George H.W. Bush’s spokesperson released another statement responding to allegations of sexual assault on Wednesday night, as a second woman said Bush groped her during a photo op.

    “I got sent the Heather Lind story by many people this morning,” actress Jordana Grolnick told Deadspin. “And I’m afraid that mine is entirely similar.”

    Grolnick was referring to an account from Heather Lind, who said that, four years ago, Bush sexually assaulted her during a photo op. “He touched me from behind from his wheelchair with his wife Barbara Bush by his side,” Lind said in a since-deleted Instagram post. “He told me a dirty joke. And then, all the while being photographed, touched me again.”

    Grolnick described a similar incident, when Bush and former first lady Barbara Bush went backstage to meet the cast of a play he’d seen, and of which she was a member: “We all circled around him and Barbara for a photo, and I was right next to him,” she told Deadspin. “He reached his right hand around to my behind, and as we smiled for the photo he asked the group, ‘Do you want to know who my favorite magician is?’ As I felt his hand dig into my flesh, he said, ‘David Cop-a-Feel!’”

    The former first lady, Grolnick said, said something like “He’s going to get himself put into jail!” Lind, in her case, said Barbara Bush had said, “Not again.”

    Bush’s spokesperson did not respond to TPM’s questions on Wednesday. He told Deadspin, in his second statement on the matter:

    “At age 93, President Bush has been confined to a wheelchair for roughly five years, so his arm falls on the lower waist of people with whom he takes pictures. To try to put people at ease, the president routinely tells the same joke — and on occasion, he has patted women’s rears in what he intended to be a good-natured manner. Some have seen it as innocent; others clearly view it as inappropriate. To anyone he has offended, President Bush apologizes most sincerely.”

    The previous day, the same spokesperson, Jim McGrath, told various outlets: “President Bush would never — under any circumstance — intentionally cause anyone distress, and he most sincerely apologizes if his attempt at humor offended Ms. Lind.”

    Deadspin’s Dave McKenna noted in his report on Grolnick’s allegation that he had found, in previous reporting, two women who had tweeted about Bush making the “David Cop-a-feel” joke on Apr. 4, 2014.



    0 0
  • 08/10/17--05:21: New
  • yo

    as y'all are aware, we have been getting ready to move to a new platform. it's currently in beta form, and we're still working the bugs out, but u are all invited to check it out at:

    in this platform, IC posters will truly be the Community of AllHipHop. the IC won't just be a different part of the main website, IC posters will be an integral part of the entire community. we'll be able to make threads off of articles, take articles from other sites and post em on ours, post gifs at will, have access to Twitter, FB, Snap, Youtube, and others, AND we have a dedicated team to customize for future projects.

    with that said, there's been some technical issues here on the Vanilla platform that we're currently on. once the move is complete, posters will STILL be able to access this site, but it will be read-only (like the Forum of Fame currently is). as we make the transition though, there have been some issues on Vanilla. we apologize for the inconvenience, we've been tryna make this as smooth as possible.

older | 1 | .... | 1180 | 1181 | (Page 1182) | 1183 | 1184 | .... | 1217 | newer