Daily Archives: October 6, 2017

Jerez F2: Leclerc explains 'strange' three-run strategy behind pole

Ferrari Formula 1 junior driver Charles Leclerc says he and his Prema Racing team opted for a “strange strategy” in Formula 2 qualifying at Jerez to secure pole

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Margot Robbie Shows Off Her Effortless Beauty on W Magazine’s November Cover

Serious question: who doesn’t love seeing Margot Robbie on magazine covers? Rarely does the actress ever disappoint, having photographed beautifully for the likes of Vogue, Vanity Fair and Marie Claire. Margot currently appears on W Magazine‘s November 2017 issue, captured by Craig McDean and styled by Melanie Ward. The Aussie beauty oozes effortless charm throughout W‘s entire cover story, shot in the back of a vintage car and wearing a brown suede Calvin Klein shirt in the gorgeous cover image.

W Magazine November 2017 : Margot Robbie by Craig McDean


Most of our forum members approved of the cover. “Oh wow, this actually looks promising! Love the change. Their studio covers got a bit stale and stifled. I’m keen to see more and perhaps even get this issue (haven’t bought W in ages),” voiced Benn98.

“Love it. She’s so beautiful that it’s ridiculous,” admired SallyAlbright.

“Perfect cover for me, nonchalant, chic and it displays Margot’s beauty in the best way possible,” commented YohjiAddict.

Nepenthes couldn’t have agreed more. “In love with this cover!” she praised, with forum member Handbag Queen echoing the same sentiments.

“Finally, a decent November cover,” jal718 applauded.

But the cover wasn’t appealing to everyone’s taste. “Man, yet again their cover is a total nonevent! And again, not even a good shot of such a beautiful woman!” Miss Dalloway complained.

“I used to be a big Melanie Ward fan but her work has not impressed me in a long time. Maybe it’s because she’s a freelancer now so It’s like she just styles clothes instead of constructing stories,” noted A.D.C.

W Magazine November 2017 : Margot Robbie by Craig McDean


Check out the rest of Margot’s cover story and share your own opinion here.

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Happy Friday! From Arizona Pest Control

Would you walk through it!? 🤔🤔

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Adventure Tech: Cota Wireless Power System Looks to Revolutionize Base Camp Forever

I’ve talked about wireless charging before on The Adventure Blog, mostly in reference to how it can be used to charge a smartphone. That technology remains in its infancy however, and as I’ve mentioned in past articles, it won’t become true wireless charging until our devices can collect energy just by being within range of an outlet. But, a start-up called Ossia is looking to change that, and it…

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Method Man says he's never heard the Wu-Tang album Martin Shkreli bought for $2 million

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The Wu-Tang Clan album, “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin,” may go down as one of the most puzzling chapters in the history of the legendary rap group.

Only one copy exists and the person who paid a reported $2 million to buy it, former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli, was convicted of securities fraud in August and recently placed the one-of-a-kind album on eBay.

But the biggest question has been the album’s authenticity. Is there an album? And if so, is it an official Wu-Tang album?

Business Insider brought these questions up to Wu-Tang member Method Man on Thursday.

“Yeah, I think there is an actual album,” Method Man said, while promoting the show he’s currently on, HBO’s “The Deuce.” “As far as recording, that’s as far as my reach went. When I was informed how they were approaching selling the album, I kind of flipped out, because I was misinformed by the person who gave me the information. It’s hard for me to speak on it because I wasn’t in the loop.”

Since Shkreli bought the album it’s become a legend of its own.

Rumors of the concept coming to Wu-Tang leader RZA while atop the Great Pyramid of Khufu, and that Bill Murray (a friend of RZA’s) was contractually allowed to take the album off Shkreli’s hands in a heist, spread far and wide. And Shkreli flaunted it every chance he had, live-streaming tracks after Donald Trump was elected president, and getting into a public spat over the album with Wu member Ghostface Killah.

martin shkreliRecently the big debate is whether “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin” is an official Wu-Tang album. Representatives for Method Man and fellow member U-God say it isn’t, and instead is the byproduct of tracks produced by Moroccan producer Tarik Azzougarh, also known as Cilvaringz.

Method Man, himself, doesn’t know.

“I wouldn’t know because I haven’t heard it,” he said. “I only know the tracks that I spit on. That is it.”

Looking back on the way the album was released, and the antics of Shkreli, Method Man thinks it was done all wrong.

“My personal opinion, I wouldn’t have done it that way,” he said. “I would have just gave it to the people at the end of the day. But you have people that have families to feed, things of that nature. And then to have someone [buy the album] that is pretty much disliked by a lot of people based off something that had nothing to do with hip-hop, that made it worse.”

Method Man said fans shouldn’t be bummed over not being able to hear the “Once Upon a Time” album because a new Wu album is coming out October 15, “Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues.” That’s definitely an official album, he said.

The rapper-actor didn’t seem that interested in talking about the Shkreli situation, but he was amused that one of the prospective jurors at Shkreli’s trial said in court, before being excused, that Shkreli “disrespected the Wu-Tang.”

“Yeah, you’ll be surprised how far that W stretches,” Method Man said.

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Pirelli expects Japanese GP to be first two-stop F1 race since May

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Japanese GP practice: Lewis Hamilton fastest but session a washout

Second practice for Formula 1’s Japanese Grand Prix was a near-washout following heavy rain, with Lewis Hamilton the quickest of just five drivers to set a timed lap

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Japanese GP: Toro Rosso's Sainz set for 20-place F1 grid drop

Toro Rosso driver Carlos Sainz is set for a 20-place grid penalty at Suzuka for Formula 1’s Japanese Grand Prix, having taken on new Renault power unit elements

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