Texas Tech 's head football coach continues to make international headlines for his uncanny resemblance to one of Hollywood's hottest stars. The photo, which shows Kingsbury with two bikini-clad women, only adds to the young coach's ever-growing popularity. While Kingsbury has won over many fans with his shirtless photo, another picture of the young coach has some nitpickers on his case. A photographer asked him exactly what kind of watch it was — Kingsbury wasn't sure — and took a close-up picture of it, a move the coach would later regret. According to members of a Breitling watch forum , the watch was easily identifiable as fake thanks to the close-up photo.
House Candidate Offers $, for Trophy-Hunting Cheerleader's Nudes
House Candidate Offers $100,000 for Trophy-Hunting Cheerleader's Nudes
The Playboy yearbook tradition continued for a couple of decades, with the last faux Playboy cover appearing in the edition. Can your mind even comprehend this being okay in a current yearbook? These Playboy pages would appear as separate sections within the yearbook, with each section headed by a faux Playboy cover. Every Playboy section came equipped with not only university bunnies, but also articles in the vein of adult magazine. We were casually sitting around the La Ventana Playboy office one bright day trying to get this edition out when these nine lovelies just happened to drop in.
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A Lubbock businessman is trying to find the person who connected him with a series of photos purporting to show a Lubbock meteorologist nude that leaked online in January and caused a stir locally, according to media reports. Chet Pharies, a former outside linebacker for Texas Tech University and owner of Carpet Tech in Lubbock, claims that an anonymous user on the online forum site Topix. In a petition filed in a state district court in Lubbock, Pharies vows to reveal the person who posted the photos by subpoenaing Topix.
A "left wing liberal" campaigning for Virginia Rep. Jones' photos of the animals she's killed in Africa made her the most-hated person on Facebook last week, and protests eventually led to the hunting images being removed from the site. Jones argues she's a conservationist, and claims she's developing a hunting reality show for the Sportsman Channel. But Mike Dickinson, a seemingly bogus write-in candidate for Virginia's 7th District, is interested in more than Jones's photos of dead animals. He's after nude photos, sex tapes, and details about the year-old cheerleader's sex life, and he's willing to pay six figures for them.