Thursday, September 29, 2022




Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s (R-Ga.) husband filed for divorce Wednesday on the grounds that the marriage is “irretrievably broken,” according to court documents.  

Perry Greene is also asking the Floyd County Superior Court to seal the divorce proceedings, “because the parties’ significant privacy interest in sealing the records outweighs the public’s miniscule interest in access to said records.”

The filing contends that “sensitive personal and financial information” will likely be revealed throughout the case, “which would negatively impact the parties’ privacy interests.” 

The "pro-family" ammosexual gym rat will now have more time to spend promoting herself as the biggest MAGA loon in Congress.

RIP Coolio:

Rapper Coolio, known for hits including "Fantastic Voyage" and "Gangsta’s Paradise," has died at age 59, his manager confirmed Wednesday evening.

The news was first reported by TMZ.

Coolio, whose real name was Artis Leon Ivey Jr., had a music career that spanned more than three decades.

"As far as what I know now is that he was at a friend’s house and was in his bathroom and had a heart attack," said his manager, Jarez Posey.

Additional details were not immediately available.

He was a talent who also supported educating black students about climate change and who served as a spokesperson for the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.

You be The Judge:

New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge hit his 61st home run Wednesday, tying Roger Maris’ single-season American League home run record set in 1961.

Judge crushed the record-tying home run in the seventh inning off Toronto Blue Jays’ Tim Mayza, sending it over the wall at Rogers Centre.

The 30-year-old had already matched Babe Ruth’s total from over 90 years ago and could still surpass Maris’ 61-year-old record, sealing his spot among the all-time batting greats. [snip]

“It means a lot not just for me, it means a lot for a lot of people that he’s clean, he’s a Yankee, he plays the game the right way … Baseball needs to look at the records and I think baseball should do something,” Maris Jr. told the YES Network.  

We agree with Maris, Jr. (except for the fact that, regrettably, he's a Yankee -- bleh).

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