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TSSA Requests / Re: Game of Lesbians!
« Last post by Vicki on October 18, 2018, 01:00:17 am »
Not sure this would even go on this site, but I read a fictional book about the Greek poetess Sappho! The book was not explicit but insinuated some extremely kinky stuff, including girls starting out very young. So, just throwing it out there. Without throwing Xena characters or similar it probably is not even for this site.
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The Dish / Re: TV and Movie News: The Final Chapter
« Last post by InThe313 on October 18, 2018, 12:46:00 am »
Renewal news:

  • "Elite" was renewed for Season 2 by TSSTAB.
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The Dish / Re: Happy Birthday 2018!
« Last post by Vicki on October 17, 2018, 07:04:59 pm »
October 18: Pam Dawber 67, Carly Schroeder 28, Joy Bryant 44, Corinne Bohrer 60, Sam Sorbo 52, Xun Zhou 44, Gloria Garayua 40, Jennifer Ulrich 34, Joy Jorgensen 28, Elga Fox 39, Maria Bravo 51, Freida Pinto 34! Model and actress; Halszka Kuza 29! Skier; Lindsey Vonn 34! Tennis player; Martina Navratilova 62! 

Legends: Dawn Wells 80! Forever Mary Ann!

Legends no longer with us: Chuck Berry! Rock legend! Erin Moran! Joannie of Happy Days! George C. Scott! Great, if sometimes difficult actor!

Small but good orgy!
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CSSA Stuff / Re: Progress Report
« Last post by Blackjack on October 17, 2018, 03:15:05 pm »
Just finished a fic with Anna Faith Carlson, famous for being the live action Elsa photos that must have been all over the internet by now. Should be in with the next update and hopefully a Taylor Swift story to go with it too!
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The Dish / Re: Celebrity Relationships VI
« Last post by Sex Kitten on October 17, 2018, 02:57:47 am »
Lady Gaga reveals engagement to Christian Carino

Lady Gaga is ready to tie the knot. The "Star is Born" actress and pop star confirmed that she is engaged to talent agent Christian Carino on Monday when she called him her "fiancé" during her speech at Elle's 25th Annual Women in Hollywood Celebration in Los Angeles.

Gaga was one of Elle's honorees, and at the event, she thanked "my fiancé Christian" during her speech. ET confirmed Gaga's relationship with Carino in February 2017 after the pair got snuggly ahead of the pop star's Superbowl halftime show performance.

ET confirmed Gaga's engagement with her representative, but it's been rumored since early October that the two were engaged. Gaga was engaged previously to actor Taylor Kinney, but they broke up in 2016.

-SK
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The Dish / Re: Celebrity Pregnancies: Where Have All The Condoms Gone?
« Last post by Sex Kitten on October 17, 2018, 02:55:53 am »
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are having a baby

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are expecting a baby in the spring of 2019, Kensington Palace has announced. Congratulations to us all!

“Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very pleased to announce that The Duchess of Sussex is expecting a baby in the Spring of 2019,” Kensington Palace said in a social-media statement.

“Their Royal Highnesses have appreciated all of the support they have received from people around the world since their wedding in May and are delighted to be able to share this happy news with the public.”

A royal source tells PEOPLE that Meghan has had her 12-week ultrasound and is “feeling well.”

-SK
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The Dish / Re: Happy Birthday 2018!
« Last post by Vicki on October 16, 2018, 09:53:42 pm »
October 17: Actresses; Sophie Luck 29, Felicity Jones 35, Deanna Russo 39, Erin Karpluk 40, Sharon Leal 46, Dora Madison 28, Angel Parker 38, Bianca Brigitte Van Damme 28, Michelle Ang 35, Laura Regan 41, Andrea Powell 53, Kelly Frazier 37, Cynthia Bain 55, Nancy Sullivan 49! B-movie actress; Shauna O'Brien 48! Comedian; Cameron Esposito 37! Model; Aymeline Valade 34! UFC fighter; Holly Holm 36! Basketball player; Sue Bird 38!

Legends no longer with us: Rita Hayworth! Glamorous beauty! Irene Ryan! Granny of the Beverly Hillbillies! Montgomery Clift! Leading man! Jean Arthur! Major star in 1930s and 1940s! Evel Knieval! Daredevil stunt rider! Maggot Kidder! Best known as Lois Lane in Superman movies! Jerry Siegal! Co-creator of Superman!

Good orgy and interesting list! Last year I mentioned how Maggot Kidder would be going into Legend category, she did, but not the one we all thought. See everyone tomorrow!
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TSSA Requests / Re: Game of Lesbians!
« Last post by Vicki on October 16, 2018, 04:59:26 pm »
Okay, so the Cookoo's aren't exactly good girls and Dreamer is apparently dead. I could still do some sistercest plus the other girls joining in.
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Sportz / Re: Sports figures deceased:
« Last post by InThe313 on October 16, 2018, 12:03:02 pm »
Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft and owner of the Seattle Seahawks and the Portland Trail Blazers, died Monday from complications of non-Hodgkins lymphoma, his family announced. He was 65.

Allen had announced earlier this month that the disease, which he had been treated for in 2009, had returned.

Allen's sister, Jody Allen, wrote in a statement: "My brother was a remarkable individual on every level. While most knew Paul Allen as a technologist and philanthropist, for us he was a much loved brother and uncle, and an exceptional friend."

Allen, who co-founded what became known as Microsoft with his childhood friend Bill Gates, had owned the Seahawks since 1997 and the Blazers since 1988. He's also the co-owner of the MLS' Seattle Sounders FC.

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We miss you.
We thank you.
We love you.
Portland Trail Blazers

Allen's ownership of the Seahawks coincided with the most successful years in franchise history. It has included 12 trips to the playoffs, three Super Bowl appearances and a victory in Super Bowl XLVIII over the Denver Broncos. When Allen purchased the team, it had only reached the playoffs four times since its inception in 1976.

Allen's purchase of the Seahawks from previous owner Ken Behring saved the team from what had seemed like a near-certain relocation. Behring had announced in 1996 that he was moving the Seahawks to Southern California. Allen agreed to purchase an option for the team that would be triggered only if Washington voters passed a 1997 referendum to foot the majority of the bill for what would become CenturyLink Field.

"Paul Allen was the driving force behind keeping the NFL in the Pacific Northwest," commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement.

"His vision led to the construction of CenturyLink Field and the building of a team that played in three Super Bowls, winning the championship in Super Bowl XLVIII," he said in the statement. "The raising of the '12th Man' flag at the start of every Seahawks home game was Paul's tribute to the extraordinary fan base in the Seattle community. His passion for the game, combined with his quiet determination, led to a model organization on and off the field. He worked tirelessly alongside our medical advisers to identify new ways to make the game safer and protect our players from unnecessary risk. I personally valued Paul's advice on subjects ranging from collective bargaining to bringing technology to our game. Our league is better for Paul Allen having been a part of it and the entire NFL sends its deepest condolences to Paul's family and to the Seahawks organization."

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll was among several current and former Seahawks who ******* their condolences and shared fond memories of Allen on Monday, as did Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch, who helped lead Seattle to its lone Super Bowl victory in 2014.

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Deeply saddened by the passing of @PaulGAllen. I’ll miss him greatly. His gracious leadership and tremendous inspiration will never be forgotten.

The world is a better place because of Paul’s passion, commitment, and selflessness. His legacy will live on forever.
Carroll

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Big dog rest easy as you go home @PaulGAllen prayers for your family *person with folded hands (medium dark skin tone) emoji*
Lynch

"Paul Allen was the ultimate trail blazer -- in business, philanthropy and in sports," NBA commissioner Adam Silver said in a statement. "As one of the longest-tenured owners in the NBA, Paul brought a sense of discovery and vision to every league matter large and small. He was generous with his time on committee work, and his expertise helped lay the foundation for the league's growth internationally and our embrace of new technologies. He was a valued voice who challenged assumptions and conventional wisdom and one we will deeply miss as we start a new season without him. Our condolences go to his family, friends and the entire Trail Blazers organization."

In 1988 at the age of 35, Allen bought the Trail Blazers. He told The Associated Press that "for a true fan of the game, this is a dream come true.''

Allen could sometimes be seen at Seahawks, Blazers and Sounders games or chatting in the locker room with players.

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SEATTLE SOUNDERS FC OFFERS ITS DEEPEST CONDOLENCES TO THE ALLEN FAMILY DURING THIS DIFFICULT TIME. WE STAND UNITED WITH OUR COMMUNITY IN MOURNING THE LOSS OF ONE OF OUR REGION'S GREAT ICONS. PAUL ALLEN WAS A PROFOUND PUBLIC LEADER, LEAVING AN INDELIBLE MARK ON MANY ASPECTS OF CIVIC LIFE HERE IN SEATTLE, INCLUDING THE GROWTH AND SUCCESS OF PROFESSIONAL SOCCER. HE WILL BE GREATLY MISSED.
Seattle Sounders FC

Allen and Gates founded Microsoft Corp. in 1975. Microsoft's big break came in 1980, when IBM Corp. decided to move to personal computers. IBM asked Microsoft to provide the operating system.

The decision thrust Microsoft onto the throne of technology and the two Seattle natives became billionaires. Both later dedicated themselves to philanthropy.

Gates said he was heartbroken about the loss of one of his "oldest and dearest friends.''

"Personal computing would not have existed without him,'' Gates said in a statement.

"But Paul wasn't content with starting one company. He channeled his intellect and compassion into a second act focused on improving people's lives and strengthening communities in Seattle and around the world. He was fond of saying, 'If it has the potential to do good, then we should do it,''' Gates wrote.

With his sister Jody Allen in 1986, Paul Allen founded Vulcan, the investment firm that oversees his business and philanthropic efforts. He founded the Allen Institute for Brain Science and the aerospace firm Stratolaunch, which has built a colossal airplane designed to launch satellites into orbit. He has also backed research into nuclear-fusion power.

Over the course of several decades, Allen gave more than $2 billion to a wide range of interests, including ocean health, homelessness and advancing scientific research.

"Millions of people were touched by his generosity, his persistence in pursuit of a better world, and his drive to accomplish as much as he could with the time and resources at his disposal,'' Vulcan CEO Bill Hilf said in a statement.

Allen was on the list of America's wealthiest people who pledged to give away the bulk of their fortunes to charity. "Those fortunate to achieve great wealth should put it to work for the good of humanity,'' he said.

Allen served as Microsoft's executive vice president of research and new product development until 1983, when he resigned after being diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma.

"To be 30 years old and have that kind of shock -- to face your mortality -- really makes you feel like you should do some of the things that you haven't done yet,'' Allen said in a 2000 book, "Inside Out: Microsoft in Our Own Words.''

Allen never married or had children.

Allen's influence is firmly imprinted on the cultural landscape of Seattle and the Pacific Northwest, from the bright metallic Museum of Pop Culture designed by architect Frank Gehry to the computer science center at the University of Washington that bears his name.

Allen also founded an innovative Seattle-based software and production company called Starwave, which played a big part in the mid-90s in getting ESPN onto the Internet. In 1995, Allen's company did a five-year deal with ESPN that allowed his company to license the ESPN name in exchange for $2.5 million a year and revenue split on ads and merchandise. While the site only sold one ad in 1995, a $30,000 three-month ad to Gatorade, according to Starwave CEO Mike Slade, Allen's foresight to use the Internet to make the experience better for sports fans was well before his time.

"I remember in 1993, as we were starting up, Paul asked me how much it would cost to get a sports site off the ground," Slade recalled on Monday night. "And I had no idea, so I just said '$50 million.' And he said, 'OK.' And I was like, 'That's it? Not like, 'Why not $40 million?'"

"And that's why it got off the ground," Slade said. "Because it took an unusual investor, with unlimited funds, who loved sports and didn't care that it was too early to have any business plan."

Information from ESPN's Darren Rovell and The Associated Press was used in this report.
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CSSA Stuff / Re: Hotties of Tomorrow 2: Jailbait Boogaloo
« Last post by MarkC1984 on October 16, 2018, 04:59:47 am »
Episode 2 of DWTS Junior.... Damn Eliana doing the splits was amazing.  As for Honey, damn they should have chosen a better song.  I threw up in my mouth a little.  And the cuteness overload carries on with Ariana.
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