Spike Lee announced on July 22, that he would be using Kickstarter, to raise $1.25 million for his next movie project. Lee has not announced the title as of yet and refers to it as the "Newest Hottest Spike Lee Joint." The new feature is about "human beings who are addicted to blood." Lee wrote this on his Kickstater page, "It's not Blacula." And also adds, "There's a lot of sex in it too."
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A young woman has come forward to reveal that Anthony Wiener continued his sexting behavior after his resignation from congress. She is a political activist who “idolized” the former congressman. This story from CNN http://www.cnn.com/2013/07/25/politics/weiner-messages-woman/index.html?... as well as the sexts posted on TheDirty.com revealed the identity of one of the “several” women with whom Wiener admitted to online sexual communication.
By Marcus Osborne for GalTime.com Most couples break up. That's a simple, irrefutable truth. And that's okay. I use the baseball analogy when it comes to finding long-term love. You're going to strike out with alarming regularity, but once you finally hit that homerun, those past failures are rendered irrelevant. But alas, relationships do end and there are consequences to those break ups.