Fake kidnapping in Washington?

Jesse and Jason holden kidnappingJesse and Jason Holden (cousins) ran into Sequim’s Carrie Blake Park,  snatching a young boy. They ran the boy into a van and sped away while worried parents chased after them. Little did the parents know, this was all a set up. The mother of the child, Shellie Baskins, was waiting in the car for her child to be brought to her from the “kidnapper.” They later met up with a police officer who was previously informed that this act was going to happen and that it was to raise awareness for child abduction.

Only the people who were involved in the fake kidnapping and the few police officers were aware. Afterward, the cousins returned to the park to explain what there were trying to do. Everyone was outraged at the least.

The cousins and the mother were later charged with disorderly conduct. The trail dates have not yet been determined but the trio could be charged up to 364 days in jail or a $5,000 fine.

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Miley Uses Marc Jacobs Campaign as Excuse to SURPRISE … Get Naked!

Miley cyrus naked t shirt Miley Cyrus will take any paper-thin excuse to be naked and run with it. Like this Marc Jacobs’ “Protect the Skin You’re In “ shirt, to raise awareness for skin cancer.

In my mind, being naked is the opposite of what you should be doing for melanoma. Bitches laying in the sun naked are the problem. I mean the more naked you are the more it’s like a magnifying glass zooming in on your lumpy ass moles that you definitely have to go to the dermatologist for.

It’s good but completely unoriginal advertising in the sense that sex always sells. I mean, hell, it works for PETA and NOH8 and anything breast cancer-related. Guys on Facebook are like, “Tell me what color your bra is, it’s for breast cancer, wink wink.” SURE.  Continue reading “Miley Uses Marc Jacobs Campaign as Excuse to SURPRISE … Get Naked!”

‘Boobstagram,’ Instagram’s Seedy French Uncle

Two Frenchman have taken the best parts of the photo-sharing filter program Instagram and transformed it into “Boobstagram.”

It’s a compilation of thousands of pictures of barely-covered bosoms from Instagram (thanks, Paulina Gretzky), AND it promotes breast cancer awareness!

See, it’s right there on the front of the page:

“Showing your boobs on the web is good, showing them to your doctor is better.” 

Founder Julien GLT and sociologist Lionel Pourtau explain that their idea is “glamorous,” “audacious,” and “original.”  Continue reading “‘Boobstagram,’ Instagram’s Seedy French Uncle”