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WASHINGTON — The FBI said Tuesday it is investigating whether Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s Louisville campaign office was bugged after aides were caught on tape discussing possible political attacks on Ashley Judd.
The tape was posted by Mother Jones, advice a liberal magazine that created a stir last year when it published a secretly taped video of Mitt Romney.
“We can confirm that Sen. McConnell’s office reported this matter to us and we are looking into it,” said Paul Bresson, an FBI spokesman. “We are reviewing the tape to determine if any federal laws were violated.”
On the recording, McConnell’s aides discuss Judd and her struggles with depression and views on several topics, including religion. The actress-activist, who flirted with a Senate bid in Kentucky, said in late March that she would not run for the Democratic nomination in 2014 to take on McConnell.
via USA Today
Mar 22, 2013 0
Gravity by Michael Haussman, online watch naked bodies move in super slow motion.
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Jan 19, 2013 0
PETA Associate DIrector of Campaigns Lindsay Rajit defends the ad:
“Years ago, approved it was disgraceful for women to show their knees and we all laugh at that today. And I think that some day, nudity will stop being interesting…and when that happens, we will stop using that tactic. But right now, it’s a really fun way to grab attention, and get people on the site. And that’s why we do it.”
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Dancehall Queen Style is a Jamaican dance fashion which became popular in the 1990s through music videos and The Grind show on MTV. The video is a playful take on the dancehall culture with its provocative costumes, page suggestive poses, decease roles and blatant sexuality.
Originally GRIND was made for Art gallery/-museum KIASMA and exhibition “Thank you for the music” 2012.
Idea and script: Jenni Hiltunen (vimeo.com/jennihiltunen)
Direct and edit: Miikka Lommi (vimeo.oom/miikkalommi or kennelhelsinki.com)
DOP: Jan Granström
Styling: Kirsi Nisonen/Henna Koskinen
Make-up & hair: Piia Hiltunen
Lights: Paavo Lehtonen/Jan Granström
Coloring: Pasi Mäkelä/James Post
Music: Ville Riippa
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New York-based artist Christine Chin creates kitchenware via body parts.