When I Saw This I Laughed Or At Least I Smiled Or At Least I Wasn't Bored

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Tokyo-Saint posted this 11 December 2015

BTripz posted this 14 December 2015

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The phrase ‘mutton-monger’ denoted both a sexually promiscuous man and a sheep-stealer; the former sense is first recorded in 1532.

BTripz posted this 15 December 2015

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For all you Chelsea fans wondering who Claudio Ranieri is, he used to manage your club before you started supporting them.

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BTripz posted this 16 December 2015

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pap posted this 16 December 2015

Except for the awful one-time spelling of the word chrisps (sic), like this.

Tokyo-Saint posted this 17 December 2015

 

KRG posted this 17 December 2015

I'm not usually one to revel in the misery of other people, but I would be lying if I said this hasn't had me pissing myself all day

http://www.buzzfeed.com/jessicasimeone/martin-shkreli-arrested-on-securities-fraud-charges?bffbmain&utm_term=.vyrQO61D8#.uf0GBPr4o

 

The CEO of Turing pharmaceuticals who made headlines for trying to jack up the price of a life-saving drug from $13.50 to $750 was arrested on charges that stem from his time as CEO of biotech firm Retrophin Inc.

The 32-year-old entrepreneur made headlines in September when he raised the price of life-saving drug Daraprim from $13.50 to $750. After days public outrage, Shkreli announced he would lower the price in order to make the drug “more affordable.”

According to Bloomberg, who broke the news, Shkreli was arrested early Thursday at his home in Manhattan and charged with illegally taking stock from Retrophin Inc. and using it to pay off debts relating to his now-defunct hedge fund MSMB Captial Management.

Shkreli started Retrophin Inc. in 2011 but was ousted from the company by its board of directors in September 2014. He was later sued by the board for misuse of company funds.

Shkreli is accused of misusing Retrophin funds to allegedly pay off millions in debts to investors of MSMB Capital Management, Bloomberg reported.

Couldn't happen to a bigger tosser. 

 

BTripz posted this 18 December 2015

So, so wrong and yet.....

KRG posted this 18 December 2015

Originally posted by KRG

Shia LeBeouf is currently watching all of his films back-to-back, he is encouraging members of the public to join him (sadly it's in NYC) and is also livestreaming himself watching the films.

 

Thoughts on Shia? Is he a bit unhinged? Is he an Andy Kauffman-esque genius performer? Somewhere in between?

'Spose I can't have a SLB post without this piece of internet genius

 

 So, do we have a challenger to the throne of bizarre former child-star?