Hooters

15 Dec 18
K18.co

Kagney Linn Karter may not be a pool shark, but that does not mean she does not dabble in the fine art of billiards. Watching her handle a pool cue makes our stud imagine what it would be like for those silky MILF hands of hers to handle his long wood. Luckily, Kagney makes his […]

15 Dec 18
Dad Lover Family

This is the Best Funny Store you’ve never seen before. Believe it or just watch for 5 minutes. I am damn Sure you will become crazy and buy anything from our site. We have 500k satisfied buyer in worldwide. So, Kill People in Silently.

15 Dec 18
EyeDessert

Today’s Hooters Hottie Of The Day: Jenise Lebron!

14 Dec 18
GoldDerby
“I was so surprised. I’m still surprised … I thought it was a joke at first,” says Regina Hall about finding out she had won Best Actress from the New York Film Critics Circle for her performance in “Support the Girls.” The win was historic because Hall was the first black woman ever to win that prize. “It was kind of surreal I have to be honest … They say being nominated is great, but I’ve got to tell you winning feels fucking amazing.” Watch our exclusive video interview with Hall above. It’s not just journos in New York who have supported the “Girls.” The film has an 85 score on MetaCritic and a 93% freshness rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and Hall has also been nominated by critics in Chicago, Seattle and Toronto. That recognition hasn’t been lost on Hall, who says, “It’s really been the critics’ support that has continued and allowed us to be a part of this” awards conversation beyond the film’s August 24 limited release. The story follows a day in the life of Lisa (played by Hall), the manager of a Hooters-style establishment where customers are served by scantily clad women. But Lisa is protective of her employees, especially against the restaurant’s unreasonable owner (James LeGros). Hall explains, “It’s interesting that [writer-director Andrew Bujalski] took a restaurant that was a backdrop to solidarity amongst women.” That put her in a “very thoughtful mood” when she read the script. In addition to her critical plaudits, Hall’s performance in “Support” earned her Best Actress nominations from the Gotham Awards and Independent Spirit Awards, both of which shine a light on indie cinema. That is also particularly meaningful for her: “I love independent storytelling … There’s a stillness, there’s a pacing that’s not always allowed in big studio movies,” and she’s proud to be part of that community. She appeared in a studio movie too this fall, but it’s also not your typical film. “The Hate U Give” is based on the bestselling young adult novel of the same name about a teenage girl (Amandla Stenberg) who must decide whether to testify to a grand jury after witnessing a deadly act of police brutality. Hall plays her mother, and she thought it was “amazing” to see this subject matter through the eyes of such “an empowered and informed generation.” For her to witness young people like Stenberg from where she is at this point in her life and career made it “a very special process.” So no matter where you see Hall this season, in one way or another she’s supporting the girls.
14 Dec 18
CMFE News

In offshore conditions, the atmosphere or work is very different than on-land operations. In case of any hazardous situation, it is very important to make everyone aware of the situation so that they can take safety measures. Signaling devices are used for such purposes. A device that raises an alarm to warn against any potential […]

14 Dec 18
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It is remarkable how often movies, which can take years to make, seem to arrive at exactly the right time. This year, I was especially moved by films from black and female directors. As usual, my top ten list has a number one, and then everyone else tied for second place. THE SECOND PLACE NINE  […]

14 Dec 18
GoldDerby
“I was so surprised. I’m still surprised … I thought it was a joke at first,” says Regina Hall about finding out she had won Best Actress from the New York Film Critics Circle for her performance in “Support the Girls.” The win was historic because Hall was the first black woman ever to win that prize. “It was kind of surreal I have to be honest … They say being nominated is great, but I’ve got to tell you winning feels fucking amazing.” Watch our exclusive video interview with Hall above. It’s not just journos in New York who have supported the “Girls.” The film has an 85 score on MetaCritic and a 93% freshness rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and Hall has also been nominated by critics in Chicago, Seattle and Toronto. That recognition hasn’t been lost on Hall, who says, “It’s really been the critics’ support that has continued and allowed us to be a part of this” awards conversation beyond the film’s August 24 limited release. [pmc-related-link href=”https://pages.email.goldderby.com/signup/” type=”SIGN UP” target=”_self”]for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions[/pmc-related-link] The story follows a day in the life of Lisa (played by Hall), the manager of a Hooters-style establishment where customers are served by scantily clad women. But Lisa is protective of her employees, especially against the restaurant’s unreasonable owner (James LeGros). Hall explains, “It’s interesting that [writer-director Andrew Bujalski] took a restaurant that was a backdrop to solidarity amongst women.” That put her in a “very thoughtful mood” when she read the script. In addition to her critical plaudits, Hall’s performance in “Support” earned her Best Actress nominations from the Gotham Awards and Independent Spirit Awards, both of which shine a light on indie cinema. That is also particularly meaningful for her: “I love independent storytelling … There’s a stillness, there’s a pacing that’s not always allowed in big studio movies,” and she’s proud to be part of that community. [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.goldderby.com/article/2018/regina-hall-support-the-girls-new-york-film-critics-oscars-news-379162048/” type=”SEE” target=”_self”]Regina Hall (‘Support the Girls’): Why her surprise win from New York critics could lead to Oscar upheaval[/pmc-related-link] She appeared in a studio movie too this fall, but it’s also not your typical film. “The Hate U Give” is based on the bestselling young adult novel of the same name about a teenage girl (Amandla Stenberg) who must decide whether to testify to a grand jury after witnessing a deadly act of police brutality. Hall plays her mother, and she thought it was “amazing” to see this subject matter through the eyes of such “an empowered and informed generation.” For her to witness young people like Stenberg from where she is at this point in her life and career made it “a very special process.” So no matter where you see Hall this season, in one way or another she’s supporting the girls. [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.goldderby.com/leagues/” type=”PREDICT” target=”_self”]the Oscar nominations now; change them until January 22[/pmc-related-link] Be sure to check out how our experts rank this year’s Oscar contenders. Then take a look at the most up-to-date combined odds before you make your own Oscar predictions. Don’t be afraid to jump in now since you can keep changing your predictions until just before nominations are announced on January 22.
14 Dec 18
Dicmortimer's Blog

Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) is an interesting plant. A member of the huge Apium genus of umbellifers, closely related to other important culinary plants such as caraway, carrot, celery, chervil, cumin, dill, fennel, parsley and parsnip, it is best known these days as an integral ingredient of curry powder, garam masala and pan-Asian spicy dishes. Native […]

14 Dec 18
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10. “Sorry to Bother You” and “Jeanette: The Childhood of Joan of Arc” (Tie) Boots Riley’s literally radical vision of the intertwining of capitalism and institutional racism was a pharmaceutical-grade stunner that exercised cinematic rights a bunch of more experienced filmmakers seem not to know even exist. Fresh, funny, and terrifyingly surprising. One relatively experienced filmmaker […]

14 Dec 18
GREENLANDS CHESS CLUB

The name’s Gummo Marx; resident Gumshoe at Greenlands. I was about to confront a Policeman at the Tally Ho Sports Club. I’d got previous with Fred King, having beaten Brian’s opponent a few weeks earlier. Richard would be in the dock facing Barrie Philipps; and Captain Spike would be facing his accuser Alan Merritt; having […]

14 Dec 18
Dad Lover Family

This is the Best Funny Store you’ve never seen before. Believe it or just watch for 5 minutes. I am damn Sure you will become crazy and buy anything from our site. We have 500k satisfied buyer in worldwide. So, Kill People in Silently.

14 Dec 18
Traffic Racing Engineer Game

Traffic Racing Engineer is a smart endless arcade racing game 2018 ??. Drive fast your vehicle through extreme highway traffic , earn cash, change auto machines color, wheels and upgrade (engine, breaks, handling and hooters). Try to drive fast and become a fastest driving star of the world. Improve your driving skills with heavy traffic […]

14 Dec 18
The World According to...

I’m getting to that age where the topic of retirement keeps revealing its ugly head.  There are a lot of questions like “How many more years until you retire. What are you going to do when you retire? Did you do your actuary yet; do you know when you are going to die?  Have you […]

14 Dec 18
Paperdabba

Related News Shiv Kapur holed six birdies in his first 10 holes to return with a card of six-under 66 and lie tied 8th after the weather-hit second round. (File Photo) Shiv Kapur holed six birdies in his first 10 holes to return with a card of six-under 66 and lie tied 8th after the […]

14 Dec 18
NYDaily.nyc

George Lopez was charged with battery last month after he allegedly snatched a cellphone and grabbed the neck of a man who was filming and taunting him.

14 Dec 18
The Siasat Daily

Bhubaneswar: Indian hopes of clinching a World Cup title after a long wait of 43 years ended on a sad note as the hosts lost their quarter-final battle of the prestigious tournament to the Netherlands 1-2 here at the Kalinga Stadium on Thursday. After opening their goal account in the very first quarter of the […]