Kings of Leon might be responsible, veteran rockers at this point in their career, but they were once kids just like you, stealing fireworks, watering down their parents' vodka, and nekkin' in the front seat. The Kings pay tribute to their wayward youths in the new video for "Back Down South," in which they play live for an outdoor party full of rebellious young'ns sneaking out of their parents' houses for the night. See, parents? This is why you wean your kids on video games and the internet from an early age. Otherwise there's no telling what kind of trouble they could get up to in the real world.
A tweet is a long whine in politics.. AS IT IS CLAIMED MPs SPEND A DAY A WEEK ON TWITTER WE LOOK AT THEIR ONLINE MOANS ON BUSES, VANDALS AND, ER, PIZZA HUT.(News)
The Mirror (London, England) August 1, 2011 Byline: JOSH LAYTON IT'S the way thousands of normal folk - oh, and celebs - share their thoughts, so it was only a matter of time before MPs joined Twitter.
In just one week this summer our politicians bashed out nearly 2,500 tweets covering energy policy, a joke about the Dalai Lama and meeting voters. in our site pizzahut coupon codes
While some address the big issues others are downright inane - such as a dig at Pizza Hut.
Gavin Shuker, Labour MP and Shadow Environment Secretary, wrote on his profile: "Don't expect anything too intelligent from me on here." Of his Westminster colleagues, 275 out of 650 are on Twitter, including Labour leader Ed Miliband and deputy PM Nick Clegg.
MPs spent the equivalent of almost one day a week tweeting, lobbying firm Westminster Public Affairs found.
Director Olly Kendall said: "They reveal a side to them that most people don't usually see - humorous, self-deprecating and downright ordinary." David Cameron, who is not on Twitter, once had to apologise after saying: "The trouble with Twitter, the instantness of it - too many twits might make a t***." Read these and you decide...
@Kerry_McCarthy (Lab, Bristol East) Proper minestrone in Italy has bacon in it. Not that I approve of course. Lentil and ham soup is the one that annoys me.
@TomHarris (Lab, Glasgow South) Might consider supporting death penalty for the little s**ts who nicked the satnav and the fascia for my radio out of my car...
@Stella_Creasy (Lab, Walthamstow) With my two and a half year old nephew and he's found my secret Percy Pig stash *that's my boy!* @AndrewGwynne (Lab, Denton and Reddish) My Twitter feed is so boring... What's up guys? Oh yeah, you're all sleeping. It's 11am in Narita airport.
@Tom_Watson (Lab, West Bromwich East) I'm out in London town after a lively week. Listening to The La's "there she goes." @RobertHalfon (Con, Harlow) Idyllic at the Moorhen Pub especially after a Hungry Horse Megasaurus Steak @Louise_Mensch (Con, Corby) I now have 33,000 followers. Welcome all new people, but I should warn you, it's not usually that exciting!
@Julian_Huppert (Lib Dem, Cambridge) If we could move London taxis and buses to electricity it would save money, reduce pollutants, emit less Co2. Sounds good! go to web site pizzahut coupon codes
@EricJoyce (Lab, Falkirk) Assault on Rupert Murdoch is terrible. Perhaps cops should have let Wendy Deng at attacker for an extra minute.
@BrandonLewis (Con, Great Yarmouth) The historic and beautiful Lydia Eve boat is going under steam from Great Yarmouth today. Worth a viewing, she is stunning and historic.' @John_McDonnell (Lab, Hayes & Harlington) This is the biggest workers and students demonstration in decades. Just shows what can be done when people get angry. We must build on this.
@Tom_Blenkinsop (Lab, Middlesbrough South) Nick Clegg warned before the election of "riots" if Tories introduced extreme cuts. Now the riots have begun... Clegg's fault.
@ChrisBryant (Lab, Rhondda) I find it frightening that James Murdoch or anyone can rest their whole ethics on profit. A dangerous god.
@Gloria_De_Piero (Lab, Ashfield) Exhausted but happy. Off to bed. Well done to all labour candidates everywhere!
@Ed_Miliband (Lab, Doncaster North) Thanks for all the good wishes. Really looking forward to the day. Feel like the luckiest guy in the world to be marrying Justine.
@JonathanReynolds (Lab, Stalybridge & Hyde) Just had dreadful customer service in @pizzahut Snipe. Have come to Sheldon Arms instead, named after one of my predecessors Bob Sheldon.
@JeremyHunt (Con, South West Surrey) Surrey is sensational! Lonely Planet should visit Farnham, Godalming or Haslemere & note we have more trees than any other county...
@Nick_Clegg (Lib Dem, Sheffield Hallam) Great to meet kids, staff and #sufc legends Tony Currie and Ted Hemsley at Kickz Project today. And the young keeper who saved my penalty...
@TonyLloyd (Lab, Manchester Central) In what is believed to be the fastest U-turn in history milk back on! They may be bad but they are only a little mad @EdBalls (Lab, Morley & Outwood) Revolution in Middle East, world oil prices soar, Britain hikes VAT with deep spending cuts: growth down, unemployment up.. 1979 or 2011?
The model has accused photographer Jonathan Leder of sexually assaulting her in 2012.
Content Warning: The following article contains depictions of sexual assault.
Emily Ratajkowski isn't one to stay silent.
The model and actress, who's perhaps most widely recognized as "the girl from the 'Blurred Lines' music video," has used her platform over the past few years to engage in notable activism. She was spotted at Black Lives Matter protests in Los Angeles earlier this year and has been a loud advocate for women's rights, even serving as a spokesperson for Planned Parenthood.
Ah, the nostalgia...
Today's youth doesn't understand the joy that came with shredding on a plastic guitar.
As Guitar Hero became a global phenomenon, groups of friends spent countless after school hours trying to conquer complex offerings from Van Halen, Metallica, Buckethead, Slayer, and the Charlie Daniels Band. The next day, they'd regale their peers with their efforts, as one friend would chime in and say he knows a guy's cousin who allegedly scored 100% on DragonForce's elusive "Through the Fire and Flames" on "expert" difficulty.