If you want to see crazy though... hoo boy, does Bikini Karate Babes have you better covered than anyone who's actually in it. Boob lasers and bra whipping is just the start, with characters having the power to do anything from shooting lightning out of their lady bits and creating duplicates of themselves, to tagging in the game's final boss to finish a battle instead. And there's a ridiculous number of characters—19 in total, most of whom have to be unlocked. That's 19 totally different models too, no Mortal Kombat-style palette swap ninjas here, all of whom have their own moves, a full range of animations, and most eye-poppingly, close-up Special moves where every combination of actresses does their thing with every other one in turn, from a tickle to a disorientating butt-bump, to a rather more practical headbutt. … [Read more...] about Crapshoot: Bikini Karate Babes, which does exactly what it says on the tin
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“So obviously, any sanctions on third parties ... [are] obviously going to have a fairly serious impact on the distribution and the imports of the products we see in the CLAP boxes here, which will have a knock-on impact on Venezuela's nutritional health effectively, the amount of food Venezuelans have access to … and [affecting Venezuelan access to food] will utterly have political consequences.” … [Read more...] about Sanctioning CLAP Food Program Shows US is ‘Not Looking to Help’ Venezuelan People
North Korea blew up an inter-Korean liaison office close to the DMZ last week, having already threatened to do so in retaliation for propaganda balloons floated into the North from defector groups in the South. Pyongyang also threatened to re-occupy sensitive areas demilitarized under a 2018 inter-Korean agreement, though this week abandoned the plan. … [Read more...] about On Korean War 70th Anniversary, What Does the North’s Kim Jong Un Want?
Plantation Mobile Home Park — 9425 56th St. S.E.10:45 a.m.Snohomish Mobile Home Park — 1330 Avenue D11:15 a.m.Circle H Mobile Home Park — 6413 123rd Ave. S.E.11:45 a.m.Snohomish Aquatic Center — 516 Maple Ave.12:15 p.m.Several Snohomish School District libraries will also open between 9:30 and 11:30 a.m. every Tuesday from July 2 to Aug. 20: … [Read more...] about Snohomish Schools Offers Free Summer Meal Program, Book Café
"If you choose to travel internationally, your trip may be severely disrupted, and it may be difficult to arrange travel back to the United States." … [Read more...] about Trump could BAN US citizens and resident aliens from reentering US from coronavirus hotspots
“We will be looking at a delay of a transpacific pre-travel testing program,” the Democratic governor said at a Thursday press conference. “I know that going backwards will cause further harm to our economy, but we have always said that the health and safety of our community will be the highest priority.” … [Read more...] about Hawaii governor says he’s ‘looking at a delay’ of program that would allow tourists to visit without quarantining
I was able to achieve financial freedom because of my positive stance on equities in 2002 – a time when market valuation was cheap and investor sentiment was weak. Now, as a money manager, my endeavour is to enable all the investors of ICICI Prudential Mutual Fund to experience happiness through achievement of their financial goals. It is a very delightful experience to see an investor achieve his/her financial goals. … [Read more...] about What does financial freedom mean to two of India’s famous money managers?
Even more troubling, the chronically money-losing Newsweek is embroiled in a criminal investigation of alleged financial misdeeds by its current proprietors, who are linked to a mysterious Korean-American religious leader whose followers claim he’s the second coming of Jesus Christ. (The newsmagazine was unloaded in a fire sale by its owner of five decades, the Washington Post Co., in 2010, to electronics entrepreneur and philanthropist Sidney Harman, and then briefly merged with The Daily Beast, under the leadership of Tina Brown, until parent company IAC sold it off in August 2013.) … [Read more...] about If Newsweek Dies, So Does a Vivid Chapter in American Journalism
On Thursday, President Trump -- along with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the United Arab Emirates Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed -- released a joint statement saying they had "agreed to the full normalization of relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates.” … [Read more...] about Trump’s Israel-UAE peace deal is ‘good news,’ Dems admit to Bill Maher
While not directly related to the symbol of protest, Mr Floyd was murdered after a white officer knelt on his neck for 8 minutes and 46 seconds, as he screamed "I can't breathe". … [Read more...] about Take the knee origin: What is the history behind the gesture and what does it mean for Black Lives Matter movement?