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Jeff Bezos Sex Texts leaker revealed?

February 12, 2019

Lauren Sanchez’s pro-Trump brother Michael ‘is REVEALED as the source who leaked her sexts with Jeff Bezos to the National Enquirer’

Jeff Bezos will soon have to find a new Mistress

January 17, 2019

A longtime pal of Jeff Bezos’ new girlfriend, Lauren Sanchez, offered Page Six a blunt assessment of the situation: “Jeff Bezos is seriously stupid if he’s thinking of marrying her. He’s already seriously stupid for giving up half his fortune for her.”

LeAnn Rimes and husband Eddie Cibrian spotted walking arm in arm through LAX

November 1, 2018

LeAnn Rimes sexy breasts and nipples photos
LeAnn Rimes and husband Eddie Cibrian were spotted walking arm in arm through LAX on Tuesday.

Was Brad Pitt having an affair with Marion Cotillard?

September 20, 2016

ANGELINA Jolie reportedly ended her marriage after discovering Brad Pitt was cheating with his co-star according to sensational claims in the US.

The New York Post reports that the 41-year-old hired a private investigator to spy on him on the set of his latest film — where they claim she learned he was cheating.

The “well placed source” told the paper’s Page Six section that there is no turning back for the couple – worth £310 million.

“The only thing to do with good advice is to pass it on. It is never of any use to oneself” – Oscar Wilde

July 17, 2016

Never smoke , look after your skin and listen to your parents are key pieces of advice we would give our younger selves.

A survey of over-50s found the moral and practical guidelines they wish they had been given as teenagers include ‘love the way you look’, ‘read more books’ and ‘don’t cheat on your partner’.

And the 30 life lessons based on the school of hard knocks also include ‘treat others like you want to be treated’, ‘use your vote’ and ‘don’t compare your life to others’.

The study by Amigo Loans found nine in ten parents and grandparents wish they knew then what they know now and are keen to pass on their tips to the younger generation.

Charging to cheat with Chatbots

July 5, 2016

“Life is short, have an affair” was the slogan of infidelity website Ashley Madison, which was famously hacked in 2015.

What they didn’t say was that you might be having a strictly online affair with a fake female profile, designed to trick you into entering your credit card details, under the misapprehension that you were chatting with a real woman rather than an algorithm.

Now Reuters reports that Ashley Madison’s parent company Avid is being investigated by the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) after class action law suits were filed in the United States and Canada on behalf of customers whose details were exposed following the hack, and amid allegations that fake female profiles were used by the site to manipulate users:

Fashionista cashionistas enriched by recycling old ideas every six months

October 18, 2015

Would you pay £880 for a pair of sneakers? At the Frieze art fair in London last week, column inches were abuzz with the fact that many art lovers were wearing trainers by Chanel, in tweed and calfskin, for £705, and Celine’s lambskin sneakers, £700. To cater for this trend there is even a ‘Sneaker Concept’ floor at Harvey Nichols, where £880 plimsolls, by Buscemi, have sold out.

Of course they have, given it’s now acceptable to wear sneakers on the red carpet, and even if you’re getting married. I went to a wedding not long ago where the fashion stylist bride wore McQueen high tops, £560 from Net-a-Porter: the best man’s speech made reference to the fact their vows should have read: ‘For richer, for Net-a-Poorer.’

So, what happened to jeans (Victoria Beckham flares: £310) and tracksuit bottoms (Moncler: £175) has infected the formerly humble, smelly sports shoe (I refuse to call them trainers: what is Tracey Emin, who wore Asics at Frieze, in training for?).

AshleyMadison.com lying to and cheating the cheating liars – VIDEO

September 30, 2015

A data scientist has uncovered what he says is proof that Ashley Madison created tens of thousands of fake accounts to dupe members into paying for its services, in a scheme that would have almost doubled the website’s revenue.

According to statistics seen by Daily Mail Online, 40,000 profiles were set up on the affair site using just six email addresses owned by the website’s operators on two separate days.

It follows claims in previous reports that the extra-marital dating network tried to hide around 100,000 of these so-called ‘engager’ profiles – sometimes referred to as Ashley Angels – from users, so they believed they were talking to real people.

If true, this means the real number of ‘available’ women was drastically reduced, while the website’s monthly revenue was almost doubled by the ‘engagers’, as members have to pay to read their online messages

How Ashley Madison lied to Cheaters and cheated Liars

August 27, 2015

When hacker group Impact Team released the Ashley Madison data, they asserted that “thousands” of the women’s profiles were fake. Later, this number got blown up in news stories that asserted “90-95%” of them were fake, though nobody put forth any evidence for such an enormous number. So I downloaded the data and analyzed it to find out how many actual women were using Ashley Madison, and who they were.

What I discovered was that the world of Ashley Madison was a far more dystopian place than anyone had realized. This isn’t a debauched wonderland of men cheating on their wives. It isn’t even a sadscape of 31 million men competing to attract those 5.5 million women in the database. Instead, it’s like a science fictional future where every woman on Earth is dead, and some Dilbert-like engineer has replaced them with badly-designed robots.