Apparently we just don’t “get” Tila Tequila. The reality TV star and glamour model turned Hitler fangirl and Nazi apologist has released a new video on her website, hitting back at critics of her recent defense of Adolf Hitler and his Nazi regime. She says all of her ramblings about Hitler — and that image she posted to Facebook in which she’s dressed up like Der Fuehrer, standing in front of the extermination camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau – are all satire and we just don’t get it because we’re “New World Order Zionists.” Mmkay. Please do explain, Hitila or Tilisis or whatever you’re calling yourself these days:
“This time I would like to address all the ridiculous rumors all over the Internet that I am now a Nazi just because I made some satire videos, just because I was sympathetic towards other human beings, because God says we should forgive and forget. But unfortunately, some chosen ones who think they are God’s people, refuse to forgive and forget. And not only do they act hypocritical, but they stone anybody that dare to forgive and forget … It all started with a satire photo of some of my fans who made a Photoshop picture of me that says ‘all hail the queen,’ and unbeknownst to me, I didn’t realize it had a little subliminal message in there with a swastika on the hat or whatever. Anyways, that was not my intention. However, with the way I was being unjustly attacked by the, well, the New World Order Zionists, ok, because, first of all, I speak for the people. I am the only one with a platform that is not afraid to speak out for the people…”
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It’s one syllable.
It’s a dairy product.
It should not be anyone’s name.
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Oh, the irony. Leave it to the French to come up with a way to put an end to rude customers. we all know it’s easy to be ornery before you’ve had your morning caffeine infusion, but the the Petite Syrah café in Nice has developed a brilliant way to condition their customers not to be assholes: you pay based on your attitude. Ordering “a coffee, please” and accepting it with a “thank you” will run you about $1.95, while just asking for “a coffee” will bump your cost up to almost $10. That’s nearly an $8 incentive to be polite! Coffeehouse owner, Fabrice Pepino started the shop’s politeness payment policy as a joke, but he says it caught on with the clientele:
“I know people say that French service can be rude but it’s also true that customers can be rude when they’re busy. It’s our way of saying ‘keep calm and carry on…. What started out as a joke to poke fun at the stressed-out lunchtime crowd has had an amazing effect on people’s politeness levels…Most of my customers are regulars and they just see the funny side and exaggerate their politeness.They started calling me ‘your greatness’ when they saw the sign.”
We can only hope that Starbucks takes note and follows suit. [Gawker]
Let’s face it: If good intentions were all it took to accomplish anything, we’d have fixed the world centuries ago. But a poorly thought out good idea can do just as much harm as a well-executed terrible one, and if you don’t know what we mean, just look at the animal welfare movement. Sometimes, in their single-minded efforts to make the world a better place for animals, self-proclaimed animal-rights activists actually make things a whole lot worse. Read five examples of animal rights campaigns gone wrong on Cracked…
When I first read about the life-size, world record-setting gingerbread house that had been erected in Texas, I was ready to pack my bags and move in. I mean, 39,000 edible cubic feet of gingerbread, frosting, candy canes, and lollipops? Life dream status! But alas, some things that seem like a dream true are actually a nightmare in disguise. In the case of my beloved gingerbread house, the nightmare came in the form of 2,000 bees who have reportedly infested the sugary structure. A beekeeper was brought in to relocate the swarm, but the anxiety caused by the possibility of their return would probably cause me to emotionally eat the entire living room. Because if there’s one thing that’s stronger than my love of gingerbread, it’s my fear of bees. Sigh. I suppose my gingerbread house dream will have to be put on hold, yet again. [Oddity Central]
Tila Tequila first became famous in the mid 2000s for being the most popular girl on MySpace. She was on the cover of Maxim and starred in her own bisexual dating reality show on MTV, “A Shot at Love,” in which men and women vied for her heart. She was engaged to Casey Johnson at the time of the heiress’s death in 2010 and seemingly spiraled into drug addiction and mental health issues, even attempting suicide in 2012, eventually dabbling in rehab. In 2012, she apparently converted to Judaism. So where is Tila now? Oh, she’s posting pro-Hitler rants on her Facebook page and blog and has rebranded herself “Hitila” (you know, Hitler + Tila) as well as the goddess “Tilisis.” Yesterday, she posted the above photo to her Facebook page (it has since been removed), which pictures the glamour model wearing a red swastika armband and a SS uniform cap, standing in front of Auschwitz. Yeah. Keep reading »
It’s that time of year when the weather gets a bit cooler and you’ve got to pull out your winter gear — big coat, gloves, hat and scarf — there’s nothing out of the ordinary about that. But one artist is raising eyebrows with his choice of ‘scarves’ that aren’t wool or even silk … they’re white women. Read more on Huffington Post…
Over the weekend, a man in a China mall gave fellow shoppers a tragic shock when he jumped off a railing and plummeted seven floors to his death.
Why? Because his girlfriend wouldn’t stop Christmas shopping. Keep reading »
On November 18, a 23-year-old woman in St. Louis, Missouri, was punched in the face. She told police she was ambushed late at night while she and her boyfriend were picking up a drunk friend from a bar and punched as part of what’s been called the “knockout game.”
The “knockout game,” in case your grandmother has not been emailing you repeatedly about it, is an alleged game teens are playing in which they attack random folks on the street and knock them out. The woman appeared on KMOV local news, describing the alleged attack and discussing how she had a double fracture of the bone under her eye and needed reconstructive surgery.
Now the woman has admitted it was all a lie. Ashley DePew, 23, was actually punched in the face by her boyfriend, Justin Simms, 25. Keep reading »
“It’s like a modern version of how a caveman used to bash a woman over the head with a club. These days, they just shoot her in the leg,” said Rachel Mayo Greer of how her sister Audrey Mayo and her boyfriend Tyler Webb fell in love. Sounds awfully romantic… Keep reading »