Jump to navigation. At the centre of high-voltage political drama in the state, the Karnataka Assembly on Monday witnessed dramatic scenes as BJP MLA Arvind Limbavali broke down while he claimed to be a victim of a "fake gay sex video". It could be someone from that side referring to the ruling Congress-JD S coalition or this side his own party or both.
Then I asked Olivia if she would too and she was super excited to do so. The overall concept has been something of a running gag online for a while, most famously encapsulated in a fake FCKH8 ad featuring Jennifer Lawrence. Since then, the trend has mutated substantially.
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During the Republican debate Thursday night, host Megyn Kelly dropped a YouTube clip on Rick Santorum: a question from Stephen Hill, a soldier in Iraq who, up until this week, had to "lie about who [he] was" in order to serve in the army. Santorum provided Hill no succor, saying that the repeal of "don't ask, don't tell" injected "social engineering" into the military. I think tries to inject social policy into the military.