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(Esquire)   Esquire names Mila Kunis the Sexiest... hey, where'd everyone go? Can I finish? Can I please finish? OK... I'm finished   (esquire.com) divider line 108
    More: Spiffy, Mila Kunis, Esquire magazine, the Great, Mark Wahlberg, Lucille Ball, Seth MacFarlane  
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2012-10-07 03:06:19 PM  

E_Henry_Thripshaws_Disease: they misspelled Milla Jovovich

in other news, Esquire still exists


No they didn't.

Milla looks 5-10 years older than she should.
 
2012-10-07 09:04:40 PM  

Harry_Seldon: She's okay when she is dolled up, but have any of you just listened to her voice without seeing her? I just want to tell her to shut up.


You mean like in Family Guy? Yeah, her voice makes me want to bang Meg.
 
2012-10-07 10:35:07 PM  

steamingpile: What I love is that she delves into politics later in the article and falls into the repubs are for the rich and dems champion the poor and that's not the way it goes. She, like the rest of the voters need to realize both sides are out to fark the people over. I love that the left wants to fund social programs but let's cut other shiat first, I do agree on two points, the right includes religion too much(but the left does as well) and they also care a little too much about who people fark. Let it go, people like to fark what they like, no law will change that fact.

/yes I realize I'm probably the only one who read the article


You have a message from Riley Freeman on the white courtesy phone.
 
2012-10-07 11:06:31 PM  
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2012-10-08 07:05:06 AM  

steamingpile: What I love is that she delves into politics later in the article and falls into the repubs are for the rich and dems champion the poor and that's not the way it goes. She, like the rest of the voters need to realize both sides are out to fark the people over. I love that the left wants to fund social programs but let's cut other shiat first, I do agree on two points, the right includes religion too much(but the left does as well) and they also care a little too much about who people fark. Let it go, people like to fark what they like, no law will change that fact.

/yes I realize I'm probably the only one who read the article


Why cut anything? Right now we can borrow at negative rates; investors are literally paying the US government to give them someplace safe to put their money. At the same time inflation is staying well within the normal range of fluctuation, despite all the ludicrous attempts partisan econs have been making for the last 4 years to claim it's rising. Hell, one could even argue that government debt is a good thing; not only do government bonds provide THE safest investment opportunity in existence, thereby keeping things like pension funds out of risky hedge markets, but the private-public sectors, as a matter purely of accounting, must always balance out. For the Private sector to run a surplus, the Public sector must run a deficit and vise-versa; by aiming for government surpluses we actually push the private sector into deficit, leading to employment stagnation and a shift of resources away from production and expansion into revenue-preserving investments. Hamilton understood this stuff ~300 years ago, which is why he argued so strenuously for a national bank and a policy not of balanced budgets but managed debt.

The national budget is not like your checkbook, nor is it a morality play; it doesn't have to balance out, no collector is going to repo the White House if it doesn't, and the debt it creates through currency creation and bonds is itself a commodity vital to market function. The national budget is not a bank account; it is a public utility and a lever of public policy.
 
2012-10-08 11:50:43 AM  

dustman81: Mila Kunis: "If I wanted to charm the pants off you, I could."

Mila, you don't need to charm me to get my pants off.


All she needs to do to get me to take my pants off is promise not to call the cops (again).
 
2012-10-08 11:51:43 AM  

Party Boy: Donna was hotter.


Yeah, but now she's running around as a blonde and fairly unremarkable except for the big cans.
 
2012-10-08 01:03:57 PM  

Beerguy: She is defiantly up there, but this is my #1 

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Ditto!
 
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