Hustler's Larry Flynt says she should take the money and run!
Kylie Jenner should snatch the $10 million to do a sex tape and never look back ... because no less a XXX authority than Larry Flynt Jr. says that's way more than she's worth on the open porn market.
The Hustler king was at Craig's Thursday night ... and we asked about the offer Vivid Entertainment has on the table for the 18-year-old to go all "Kim K. Superstar."
Larry laughs off the ass-tronomical figure, but does admit there's a market for Kylie -- and floats a hypothetical offer for her to do the nasty for Hustler.
Read more: http://www.tmz.com/2015/08/21/larry-flynt-jr-kylie-jenner-sex-tape-hustler-vivid/#ixzz3jSisEUUH
Here's a headline for ya:
(Reuters) - An autopsy on the body of the black teenager shot and killed by white St. Louis police officers this week shows the 18-year-old died from a single gunshot wound in his back, police said on Friday.
Well of course he was shot in the back! That's what happens when you're running away!
Meanwhile, from Wonkette:
The recommendations in the report, from the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF), are wise, humane, and actually give you some hope that America’s police departments could be reformed into something the nation could be genuinely proud of. Needless to say, the report is doomed to be derided by the usual Git Tuff Law-N-Order mob as a bunch of criminal-coddling pabulum, since everyone knows the police are there to bust heads and terminate bad guys, even when they’re 12 years old and not holding a real gun.
The report was distilled from a May 2015 conference involving “nearly 300 police chiefs and other law enforcement executives, federal government officials, [and] academics” from around the nation, as well as some visiting police officials from the UK, where most police manage crime without even carrying guns. Chuck Wexler, PERF’s executive director, writes that while many of the highly publicized police shootings in the last year may have been ruled to be legally justified, that hardly means they were always necessary, since there are often “missed opportunities to ratchet down the encounter, to slow things down, to call in additional resources.” Wexler’s executive summary emphasizes the need to change police training and modify police culture, and highlights police departments that are taking steps to get their officers to unlearn their reflex of instantly going for the gun.
One of the biggest problems, he says, is training, especially in terms of how police officers are taught to interact with people who may be mentally ill but can be talked down instead of shot to death. Part of the problem is the fragmented nature of training in police academies, where cadets might first get firearms training, then several weeks later a brief discussion of legal/constitutional issues, and, almost as an afterthought, some mention of ways in which they might avoid using force in the first place.
Read more at http://wonkette.com/593136/police-group-suggests-maybe-police-could-try-being-a-little-less-shooty-please#ThsZEySBGDtPyUpT.99
A bear in Yellowstone killed a hiker, and the game wardens had a difficult decision to make!
If the bear was protecting her cubs ....., then this was normal behaviour and the guy who was killed should not have been bothering them.
The guy was partially eaten ...., so they concluded that it wasn't maternal instincts, but rather a newly found taste for humans that prompted the attack!
They killed the bear!