Cupp is a lovely young lady who read too much Ayn Rand in high school and ended up joining the dark side.
Surely the attack bears discussion, and is, indeed, being discussed.
Haven't watched the second ep yet, but it's definitely got potential.
The pilot didn't wow me, but it put a lot of wheels in motion.
The vessel in question being captained by Toby Stephens' Captain Flint, looking for all the world like Jorah Mormont's twin brother.
The weirdest thing about it so far for me is that the 'hero' pirates look basically like what you would expect hollywood pirates to look like:dirty, but not TOO dirty, and dressed in appropriately pirate-y garb whereas the 'villain' pirates, led by Zach Mc Gowan's Captain Charles Vane, all look like pirates off the cover of a Harlequin Romance Novel: all tight pants and flowing long hair and unlaced jerkins.
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The photo appears next to the headline “Celebrity Fantasy” with the caption “What Would S. “This is really going to piss a lot of you women off and I hope you’re going to make your voices heard,” Whoopi Goldberg said when she introduced Cupp, who appeared on the program to discuss the controversy.” No mention, by the way, that the feature, which runs every month, has previously depicted such male luminaries as Mario Cuomo, Dan Rather and, most recently, Bill Maher. The conservative single wing-nut engine of Women.” Smarmy, disgusting, over-the-top, funny, dumb, outrageous–call Larry Flynt’s attack on conservatism what you will.
Then on Radio Five Live's Worricker Political Awards asking for nominations in the category 'Sexiest Female', the winner was lovely Caroline Flint.
In a blog entry "Caroline Flint - an object of someone's desire?
In what Flynt calls a satirical photo, the nubile Cupp who presents herself as the repressed, cultured, brainiac who beneath the façade of propriety is one sexy babe whose glasses men want to rip off before they throw her to the ground and have their way with her, is portrayed in Flynt’s raunchy girlie magazine as doing something conservative young women like the branded of a photograph. But her hotness is diminished when she espouses dumb ideas like defunding Planned Parenthood. Cupp’s suggestion for avoiding an unwanted pregnancy.” A disclaimer revealing the illegitimacy of the photo follows: “No such picture of S. The women on , mostly progressives, blew a gasket in defense of the maligned Cupp, coming together in a rare singular voice.
Cupp, an author and media commentator, who often shows up on Fox News programs, is undeniably cute. This composite fantasy is altered from the original for our imagination, does not depict reality, and is not to be taken seriously for any purpose.” Conservative women and progressives alike are outraged by the photo-shopped image.