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Model Katie May died Thursday morning after suffering a stroke Monday, according to multiple media reports.
The 34-year-old single mom was hospitalized Monday when a blockage in her carotid artery caused a stoke, TMZ reports. She remained in critical condition until she was taken off of life support and died Thursday evening.
According to the gossip site, May took a nasty fall during a photoshoot last week where she suffered a neck injury that may have caused her fatal stroke.
Her vagina can pump some serious iron.
As if we didn’t have enough muscle groups to get “swole” by spring break, this vaginal kung fu master is toned from the inside out.
Kim Anami, a 44-year-old intimacy coach and vaginal weight lifter, travels the world lifting exotic objects weighing up to ten pounds… with her vag. It’s a feat of gynecological proportions, a testament to the strength of life-giving vessels everywhere.
Anami also claims she can have 20 orgasms in a row. Listening now? I bet you are.
Here’s what we can learn from her Instagram feed: Using a piece of string tied to a jade egg, she inserts the egg into her vagina and lifts all kinds of things.
Ambien is one hell of a drug.
I take Ambien to sleep. Definitely not all the time, but I’d say I take it once a week at least, twice at most. I suffer from anxiety-induced, chronic insomnia(Yes, it’s just as much of a bitch as it sounds) and though I’ve been working on other ways to quell my anxiety and sleep again, I need the occasional pill to calm my chaotic mind.
You hear horror stories about things people have done while on Ambien. If you dig deep enough into Internet forums, you’ll read about some guy who grabbed his keys, hopped into his car, took a trip to the drugstore and came home in one piece.
Some other guy probably called his fiancée and told her their wedding is off while on the drug, then had no idea what the f*ck she was talking about when she confronted him the next day in tears asking what it was she’d done. People are always buying weird sh*t and having no memory of it until, like, 15 Barbie doll heads show up on their doorstep.
I am not impervious to such idiocy. I have done some pretty weird sh*t on Ambien.
Fitness trackers are not secure at all, claim researchers in a new study. Of eight devices tested, only one offers owners a modicum of protection. Wearables were found to share location data and leave personal fitness data open to pilfering from ne’er-do-wells. The study shines light on a new security angle to consider when strapping on wearables.
Compiled by Citizen Lab and the Munk School of Global Affairs, the study, entitled “Every Step You Fake: A Comparative Analysis of Fitness Tracker Privacy and Security,” was published by Canadian nonprofit Open Effect. It looked at several popular wearables, including the Apple Watch, the Basis Peak, the Fitbit Charge HR, Garmin’s Vivosmart, the Jawbone Up 2, the Mio Fuse, the Withings Pulse O2, and the Xiaomi Mi Band. The researchers targeted the devices’ Bluetooth radios to see what they could discover.
The authors wrote:
In the course of our technical investigations into transmission security, data integrity, and Bluetooth privacy, we discovered several issues that confirm concerns about the potential uses of fitness tracking data beyond the typical case of a user monitoring their own personal wellness.
With Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, just days away from kickoff, experts are warning sports fans to beware of vendors selling fake tickets and merchandise. Counterfeiters are using increasingly sophisticated techniques to trick customers out of their money before the Big Game, both in person and online.
Scalpers have been selling tickets and sports merchandise at stalls and outside stadiums for decades. But the rise of e-commerce has added a new dimension to the fight against counterfeiters. Federal authorities have seized an estimated $39 million worth of fake sports-related gear since last year’s Super Bowl alone, U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement Director Sarah Saldana said in a press release Thursday.
Experts estimate that a mere 1% of Super Bowl ticket sales involve counterfeits. But with the average price of a Super Bowl 50 ticket hovering near $5,000 this week and the cheapest available seats selling for more than $3,000, a bad buy can be a crippling blow to a victim’s finances.
“The problem is that they’re just devastating for the people that get affected by them,” said Steve McFarland, President and CEO of the Better Business Bureau of Los Angeles and Silicon Valley.