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Ladies, ladies, ladies, famous ladies. Ladies you would have your way with 1,000,000 times over if the opportunity presented itself.

Who are your favorites?

Show me yours and I'll show you mine...

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sarcasticpoet:

5) Rose McGowan

4) Ruby Rose

3) Milla Jovovich

2) Katharine Isabelle

1) Katherine Moennig

losuicide:
@mrshyde Olivia wilde is my #1 too!!!! 😍😍

Men's Polaroid Tee

$35.00

Keep the Suicidegirls close to you all day long with the one of a kind Men's Polaroid Tee Shirt! Featuring actual photos taken during the Burlesque tour, this shirt puts you front row and center to all action! Made from 100% cotton, this tee is almost as comfortable as it is stylish and you'll be the life of any party! Because really, what's cooler than a shirt with a bunch of half naked girls on the front? Yeah, we can't think of anything either.

Today I had the BEST SG SUNDIES EVER @rambo @lyxzen @missy! I got together with the super beautiful and heavily tattooed @lexirae who shot her new hopeful set today, the artistic mega babe @dk and the uber pretty and talented Hopeful Photographer @merryboudoir .

I met all these beautiful women through SG and couldn't be more thankful for having them in my life! I love...
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louisthescoot:
wow
dch:
I'm like.... 3..no..4...no..1..no 2...fuck it...cuddles.

I've chose this topic because I want to share with my favourite songs. Thank you @MISSY and@RAMBO for these homeworks! (:

This song is like travelling into the past... When I played tibia...



I used to use this song to do sport! (:



This song was the first song that I heard by Rob Zombie, I could hear again and agan and again... Hahaha

I...
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zailan:
I can agree when I first heard of White Zombie, I think it was Thunder Kiss '65. I think Soilwork did a couple of videos like light the torch.
freakme:
Great list! Hard to believe Flyleaf is a Christian band! Light The Torch is a fucking awesome vid!

This weeks @bloghomework is so random and cute, I love it! @missy @rambo and @lyxzen ask us to post our favorite memes/gifs/etc!

This gave me a chance to play around on the internet and look up some funny and adorable photos. Who doesn't love that?! So here you have it, a small collection of some photos, memes and gifs that bring a...
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sharlyn:
@jacinto2 in France, a Big mac is called a Big mac, but a Quarter Pounder is called a Royal Cheese.
aniston:
Omg pumpkin spikes latte I can't 😂😂❤️

Well, this is my cat, I found and rescue near my school three years ago, when she was only born one week with my care and love could see it grow, because without my help she would die. Today this huge and watch it grow is a pleasure for me.

I wanted to show how smart she is. YES! She can open the doors of...
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crowneff:
@ivylina yeees is my bae and i love her too much !! <3 @aniston had the luck that day to record it on video!! >< its amazing! 
kevinmaxwell:
It's the same with Stuart, he is also very smart...but he thinks he's a dog. :)

#Playlist homework

Blog Post By missy

Can't wait to hear all of your sexy time mixes! Been so much fun hearing all of your get ready mixes.

Here is my playlist homework for this week.

#SuicideGirls sexy time

The xx - Chained

FKA Twigs - Two Weeks

Beyonce - Rocket

Anya Marina - Whatever You Like

The Weeknd - Wicked Game

p.s honorable mentions

Dej Loaf - Me Hennessy & u

HVOB - Ghost

Sonic Youth - Bull...
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lollitaa:
Fka Twigs is a godessssss
ivylina:
This is the best playlist for watching sets! Oh my, I just can't stop listening to those songs over and over again

Since I've been a little away from the site cause I've been with a lot of things in my work and my life.. I want to commit to participate in the Blog Homework and so become more active.

@missy and @rambo ask about the video games currently playing, and I adored this question. I am very new at video games.. well, I was...
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ivylina:
I started plaing Never Alone a few weeks ago, it's very beautiful and sweet game, but I got bored after some time :( Does it get more exciting to the end?
flarilicious:
It's very sad to hear that @ivylina.. I have played very little and paused it cause I want to try it with my boyfriend being the artic fox.. I just did the first chapter alone.. I will tell you if ot gets more exciting ;)

Hello,
I'm aware that this homework was due for 4/3 but I couldn't do it back then but I'm writing it now so you all can know me a little better :) Thank you! @MISSY @RAMBO @LYXZEN
1. I live with four dogs, a cat and a rat :) I love animals!
2. I don't fancy short hair because when I was
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stelara:
@ALIOSHA77 : that's great! I'm glad you've been able to control migraines, I take medication for 3 or 4 years ago and I'm much better :)
aliosha77:
@stelara and I'm glad that now you are much better, too!:-)

@bloghomework So... @missy and @rambo wanted to know about who inspires our fashion sense. I am going to be straight with this, in my case it really is a contradiction. There are two figures I adore to death: Frida Kahlo and Coco Chanel (I have still a long way to go in order to be as classy as her but I want to think I
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Hypermobility

Blog Post By _raye

Thank you @suicidegirls for featuring me on the official Facebook page last night! Through reading the comments on that post it was brought to my attention that apparently me being double jointed is a lot more unnattractive than I realized to a lot of people. I've tried to be conscious of the way my limbs bend out in my modeling, but honestly not too
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kevinmaxwell:
Incredible
skyylar:
Umm who could say anything negative about that photo?! The comments I've seen on social media are really discouraging.

Thankyou to @missy @rambo and @lyxzen for setting @bloghomework this as i know exactly what tickled me the most yet made my heart melt so this is EASY!!! :D

Im sorry it's a screenshot but i saw this a few weeks ago 6am in bed and oh goodness had to try soooo hard to laugh quietly!

Ahhhh just look at his little face!!! Zoom
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suispud1:
Made my day. 
ivylina:
ahahahahahhaha that cat is amazing!! And boys stealing girls' glasses and trying them on is such a universal thing!! ahahahahha

Hi lovelys!! Recently I discovered that fantastic thread and I want tell you something about me, so i will begin with 10 facts about me! @lyxzen @rambo @missy

1> My passion are videogames. Since i was little, i was interested on videogames. My first game was Pokemon "Pikachu Special Edition" Im very freak and I usually spend my free time playing. A few ago, i
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shoki8:
I have a Triforce inside my palm.  Zelda.  Electro has changed my life.
meridith:
Wow!! Im going to tattoo Majoras Mask this month! :) @shoki8

MLB GAME DAY 2015

Group Thread in baseball
yceberg324

“The game begins in the spring, when everything else begins again, and it blossoms in the summer, filling the afternoons and evenings.” – A. Bartlett Giamatti

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yceberg324:

You can be the future GM of the Los Angeles Angels

By Grant Brisbee

@mccoveychron on Jul 2, 2015, 12:21p 1

Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

The position is yours if you want it. Here's the job description.

You are a bright baseball mind, one of the untapped resources of creative, forward-thinking analysis in the sport. You're young, unless you're old, and you're working under a respected general manager, unless you've been a respected general manager yourself in the past. Your resume is incredible.

  • Helped build a formidable roster once
  • Constantly explored new ways to build a better baseball team
  • Well-respected among peers

You're charismatic. Look at you. You radiate success. People want to be near you, unless they want to be you. You're a rising star, a future Sporting News MLB Executive of the Year, and everyone knows it.

You have a job offer. It just came through. A perennially contending team has a surprise GM opening, and they want you to take it. This could be your big chance, hotshot. You could run a baseball team.

You could run the Los Angeles Angels.

It's time to explore just how enticing this offer is. Take a look around the organization, see if it has the framework you're looking for. See if this is the team for you. Start with ...

The owner

He wants to win. This isn't a weird situation where the team is hoping for revenue-sharing payouts. This isn't about making enough profit so that the dividend checks are large and the multi-headed ownership group is happy. Arte Moreno is the owner, and he's going to be just as desperate as you are to win a World Series.

This is a good thing. Sometimes. Most of the time? It's hard to say. But the desire and the wallet can get tangled up, and that can create a horrible monster.

pujols

The Albert Pujols deal isn't something that a GM comes up with. It's something an owner convinces him to work around. There isn't a GM in baseball whose team-building dossier opens with "Step 1. Sign an over-30 star for $26 million a year." The people who run baseball teams would like to think they're more clever than that. Their baseball world view is more nuanced than a strategy that boils down to paying a premium to sign the premium players.

But if the owner asks if you want Albert Pujols, who was still one of the very best hitters in baseball, it's not like you're made of stone. You'll explain the risks, but as long as he promises to keep the payroll flexible, it's almost like a free Pujols for the roster you were already planning. Almost. You know, on second thought, you have to discourage the idea of signing an older player to a mega-contract. There are just too many ...

The owner then stops asking if you want Albert Pujols. It's something that becomes inevitable.


Moreno instructed new GM Jerry Dipoto to inform Pujols' agent, Dan Lozano, that the Angels were interested and then asked to speak with Pujols on the phone.

In the span of two phone conversations over 48 hours last week, without even meeting face to face, Pujols said Moreno made him feel wanted.

"He let me know he really wanted me," Pujols said. "He called me his (business) partner."

In that same article, Moreno described his GM as someone who "turns over rocks." If you are the new GM, you will turn over rocks. And occasionally, you will be presented with the gift of a very, very expensive superstar who will affect your payroll and roster-building for years.

If that superstar is, say, a recovering addict when he's signed, the owner will decide to eat scores of millions to get rid of him in the event of a quite possible relapse, even to a division rival. That might sound like a bizarre interpretation of sunk costs, but ... well, he's the guy who writes the checks. He was OK with it.

Note that the payroll will still be ample, though. You're a smart person. You should be able to work around the occasional superstar-related obstacles.

The manager

Well, OK, it's like this: The manager runs the entire organization.

No, no, come back. I mean, you get to choose the players, you're the GM, ha ha. For the most part. Except for the players the owner assigns to you.

And, no, seriously. The manager runs the team. Get players he likes. You know, ones he can work with and who play his style.

Mike Scioscia played catcher like this:

It's also how he manages. When a problem runs up to him, ker-blammo, he levels it. When a new idea tries to get past him, he lowers his shoulder and yells, "Not so fast, new idea!" It's refreshingly direct. For some.

From Jeff Passan:


During their struggles early last year, before the Los Angeles Angels turned into a 98-win juggernaut, the best player in the world wanted something to loosen up the team a bit. So Mike Trout hung one of those Nerf mini-basketball hoops in the Angels' clubhouse. One day, according to league sources, the hoop came down. Trout hung it back up. Down it went again.

Scioscia isn't really interested in "fun" or "other opinions." If you have a great idea about defensive shifts or a lineup filled with switch-hitters who can spray the ball all over the field, that's super. Write it down in a memorandum and leave it on his desk. He'll get to it. Just don't ask him about it again.

Almost every manager in baseball is using analytics from the front office to inform decisions on the field. So if you want to look at this being a cup-half-full situation, it sounds like you'll have less busy work to do!

The future of the roster and payroll

It's not as pretty as it could be. Next year, the Angels will pay over $91 million to Albert Pujols, Jered Weaver, C.J. Wilson, and, uh, Josh Hamilton. Maybe that money will buy a few wins over replacement. Maybe it'll only buy a couple. Add in the millions going to Mike Trout, and the Angels will have the equivalent of a mid-market payroll assigned to five players, with 20 more to fill in around them.

It'll be a fine dance to pull off, but it's not hopeless. In 2017, they'll owe Pujols and Hamilton unseemly amounts of cash, but Weaver and Wilson will be gone. The year after that, it's just Pujols. The year after that, it's just Pujols. The year after that, it's just Pujols. The year after that, it's just Pujols. Along the way, Mike Trout's salary climbs above $30 million, but that's a feature, not a bug.

As for the farm system, it was ranked 28th out of 30 teams entering the season by Baseball America, and it was in such a bad way that the Angels traded away their long-time second baseman for a prospect reinforcement. And maaaaaaybe because of payroll concerns, but don't worry, you'll never have to worry about payroll concerns. The system has a plethora of youngish arms of note, and most of them are at least holding their own this season.

It's a work in progress. You'll figure something out soon, but there isn't a ton of immediate help to bridge the next couple years, when the team will be paying an awful lot of money for an awful little bit of production. Just so you know.

Mike Trout

You will have Mike Trout on your baseball team. This is the greatest head start a GM can have. It's one of the greatest head starts a GM has ever had. Here's Mike Trout, now figure out the other 24 players on the roster. It's like getting a guaranteed ace with every poker hand, an extra submarine in Battleship, or playing as Oddjob whenever you please.

You will have Mike Trout.

Mike Trout. Literally Mike Trout.

You are one of the most desirable GM prospects in the game. There will be just a few GM positions open over the next couple of years, and that's if you're lucky. There probably won't be more than a dozen or two this decade, and guess what? You're not the only GM prospect. There are other smart folks around, and their resumes are just as impressive.

Still, if this doesn't work out, there are no guarantees you will get another shot. Josh Byrnes isn't running a team now. J.P. Ricciardi isn't running a team. No one is lining up to poach Ned Colletti. If all of the above factors mess with the team on the field -- your team, your vision -- this might be it.

Now you have a decision to make. Is this the shot you want to take? Is this going to be your best chance?

Sleep on the decision. But the fact that you have to sleep on it means it's not as easy of a decision as it should be. Here is a prestigious, big-market franchise with a huge payroll and Mike Trout. It's yours if you want it.

So, do you want the job?

yceberg324:

Jose Fernandez is back, and his first pitch was perfect

By Grant Brisbee

@mccoveychron on Jul 2, 2015, 12:31p +

Welcome back, Jose Fernandez. Welcome back, fun.

Jose Fernandez is one of the most watchable pitchers in baseball. There is to be no argument on that point, and I would argue that he's the most watchable pitcher in baseball, simply because he combines the stuff and results with pure, baseball-loving joy.

He's back. Here was his first pitch on Thursday.

fernandez

Fooomp, 94 on the inside corner. Welcome back.

Fernandez did allow two runs in the first (the last on a dead bird of a hit), but his stuff is crisp. Fastball. Breaking ball. Change. He looks like the pitcher from last April.

Welcome back, entertaining baseball player. Now entertain us with baseball. We know you will.