The 8th division of my 2012 Nike NFL jerseys is here – the worthless buffalo Bills, the clown looking Miami Dolphins, the star-spangled banner puke Justin Bieber hair wearing Tom Brady and his New England Patriots, and the sweet looking New York Jets. No favoritism or anything, especially when you have Revis Island on your side.
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I recall playing Duke Nukem 3D oh-so-many-years-ago. I’d dial-up and go at it with my best friend at the time, until wee hours of the morning. We had the cool game pad controllers, similar to those of a Sega Genesis, that plugged into the sound card. I typically won, he’d say that I cheated though.
After more than 15 years of waiting, Duke Nukem Forever has arrived in the U.S. “June 14 in North America will forever be celebrated as the day that the legendary Duke Nukem Forever went from video game folklore to earth-shattering reality,” Christoph Hartmann, president of 2K Games, the title’s publisher, said in a statement. “For 15 years, fans have waited in limbo just yearning to hear those two little lovely words strung together–now available.”
Former Miss USA Susie Castillo said that she recently posted an emotional video about an airport pat-down she received that she equates with being molested because she believes “there has to be a better way.”
“What’s next? How far are we going to let this go? Are rectal exams in our future?” Castillo told TODAY’s Meredith Vieira. Castillo said that she flies frequently for work but that the pat-down she received at Dallas-Forth Worth International Airport was completely different than one she had received earlier in Los Angeles. “These procedures are supposed to be textbook,” Castillo said. “Because of the huge discrepancy in both pat-downs, that’s why I chose to speak out.”
Castillo, who filed a complaint with the Transportation Security Administration, also spoke with a TSA supervisor. She said that the supervisor told her that the reason the pat-downs were so different was because a lot of the agents are uncomfortable touching passengers.
In an emotional video posted last week on YouTube, Castillo complained about her treatment at the Dallas airport, saying a TSA agent touched her “vagina” four times during a pat-down.