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Suzanne Somers celebrated her 73rd birthday on Wednesday by sharing a photo on social media wearing nothing but her "birthday suit."
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A 20-year-old Iowan was arrested over the weekend and accused of carrying a fake ID referencing one of Seth Rogen’s most fondly remembered movies, and on Tuesday the actor had the perfect response.According to the Iowa Press-Citizen, on Oct. 11 Daniel Burleson was arrested after police say they saw him drinking in a bar and confirmed he was under age. After taking him outside, the paper reports, police say they asked to see the fake ID he used, only to discover it was a fake Hawaiian ID with the name “McLovin,” inspired by the fake ID used by Christopher Mintz-Plasse in Rogen’s 2007 comedy “Superbad.”According to the Press-Citizen, Burleson faces several alcohol-related charges. Judging by his mugshot, also published by the Press-Citizen, Burleson was very amused by the whole thing.Also Read: Seth Rogen and Lionsgate TV Comedy Series 'Unprofessionals' in Development at CBSFive days later, Rogen caught wind of the story and succinctly said what everyone else was basically thinking:My work here is done. https://t.co/OxlR08Re8u- Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) October 16, 2019Zing!For those of you who haven’t seen “Superbad,” it follows a trio of high school friends played by Jonah Hill, Michael Cera and Mintz-Plasse on a wild party night just before they graduate from high school. Mintz-Plasse’s character ends up befriending two local cops (Rogen and Bill Hader) who pretend not to recognize that his “McLovin” ID is fake, though his story doesn’t end with his being arrested.Read original story Seth Rogen Has Perfect Response After 20-Year-Old Arrested With McLovin Fake ID At TheWrap
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The president tried to insult the House speaker with a photo. It's now featured proudly on her Twitter page.
- U.S. USA TODAY
It's been two weeks and the blood and fat are still seeping into the basement of Nick Lestina's home.
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HONG KONG/BEIJING (Reuters) - High-resolution satellite images show that the construction of China's first full-sized aircraft carrier is progressing steadily alongside expansive infrastructure work that analysts say suggests the ship will be the first of several large vessels produced at the site. The images of the Jiangnan shipyard outside Shanghai were taken last month and provided to Reuters by the non-partisan Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), building on satellite photos it obtained in April and September last year. Noting a series of pre-fabricated sections, bulkheads and other components stacked nearby, CSIS analysts say the hull should be finished within 12 months, after which it is likely to be moved to a newly created harbor and wharf before being fitted out.
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A striking picture of the battle between a Tibetan fox and a marmot in a remote mountainous region of China has won the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.The winning action shot, titled “The Moment”, shows a dramatic stand-off in a high alpine meadow, was taken by Yongqing Bao, a native Tibetan from the Chinese province of Qinghai.The wildlife photographer and ecologist beat more than 48,000 entries from 100 countries to scoop top prize in the prestigious international competition run by the Natural History Museum.Winning images in 19 categories, ranging from antelopes leaving trails in the snow, an eagle landing, an underwater shot of a “garden of eels”, and a close-up of a tiny ant-mimicking crab spider, have also been unveiled.Chairwoman of the judging panel Roz Kidman Cox said the shot of the fox and marmot taken on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau was photographically “the perfect moment”.READ MORE FROM YAHOO NEWS UK:Man sets pet lion on electrician demanding payment for workSmuggling of baby cheetahs worsens as Arabian demand growsMatador gored in groin by bull he stabbed in the neck“Images from the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau are rare enough, but to have captured such a powerful interaction between a Tibetan fox and a marmot, two species key to the ecology of this high-grassland region, is extraordinary.”Cruz Erdmann, a 14-year-old born in Bali and now living in New Zealand, won Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year for his portrait of an iridescent big fin reef squid on a night dive in the Lembeh Strait off North Sulawesi, Indonesia.Judges said the shot by the teenager - who gained his diving certificate aged just 10 - was a “resounding achievement”.Theo Bosboom, nature photographer and member of the judging panel, said: “To dive in the pitch dark, find this beautiful squid and to be able to photograph it so elegantly, to reveal its wonderful shapes and colours, takes so much skill.”Among the category winners was Thomas Easterbook, now 11, from Buckinghamshire, who won the 10 years and under section of the competition for a shot of a hummingbird moth he captured on holiday in France.A collection of the best photographs will go on display at London’s Natural History Museum, before touring the UK and internationally.