Samantha: “Ooooh! Look at that guy over there, hiding under the bench!”
Charlotte: “Jesus, Samantha, this isn’t the time to think about sex. It’s Armageddon!”
Samantha: “Armageddon!? More like Armagonna get it on!”
The burden of patrolling schools in America
“We can immediately make America’s schools safer, relying on the brave men and women in America’s police forces. The budgets — and you all know this, everyone in the country knows this — of our local police departments are strained, and the resources are severely limited, but their dedication and courage is second to none.” - NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre
More than 50,000 fans were on hand this week to support the 10th edition of the Match Against Poverty, featuring Ronaldo, Zidane and other football stars.
The friendly match seeks to remind everyone that they are responsible for ensuring the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals which seek to halve world poverty by 2015 by setting targets for rolling back hunger, disease, illiteracy, environmental degradation and discrimination against women.
Like the double-0 agent he plays on the big screen, Daniel Craig’s go-to is a perfectly cut Tom Ford suit that frankly makes other famous guys look like they’ve never heard of a tailor. But the actor’s hardly just a mannequin for his favorite designer’s wares, and 2012 saw Craig expanding his sartorial horizons into new GQ-approved areas, whether it be adopting the brown suit, playing with unconventional shirt and tie combos, or just saying “eff it” and showing up to a premiere in some eye-grabbing Nikes.