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Sergeant Andrea Dobyns told Albuquerque ABC affiliate KOAT-TV, "Our officers got a call from a homeless male who said he's just been beat up by Gene Hackman. This male got up in his face, assaulted him." Police determined Hackman was acting in self-defense and thus will not be charged. Becker has a long rap sheet and is now not only an "Enemy of the State" but an enemy of Gene Hackman. Mr. Becker, you are ... "Unforgiven."
Twenty days ago, Melanie Iglesias confirmed that she and "Jersey Shore"'s Vinny Guadagnino were over. We never got the intimate details of their relationship's demise, but Melanie assured us via Twitter things were done. Well, natural disasters will make people act in mysterious ways. Vinny sent out an Instagram photo this afternoon of he and Melanie in the same bed, hunkered down for the storm, along with the message: "Also, @melanieiglesias seems extremely concerned with #sandy."
Do you have any idea what this means? That's right! It means that if you live on the East Coast right now, you should be trying to get back with your ex-girlfriend! She's scared by Hurricane Sandy and needs your strong arms!
Ten days after becoming the first man to break the sound barrier--you know, without an airplane--when he jumped from near-space, Felix Baumgartnerannounced that he's finished with death-defying stunts. "I am officially retired from the daredevil business now," Baumgartner told United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon during a visit to the international organization.
This is a great example of a man going out on top before he can make an embarrassment (or a gooey splatter) of himself. Baumgartner's 24-mile, 834-mph, Mach 1.24 free-fall--the highest skydive in history, which ended with him sticking the landing--won't be surpassed any time soon. And now he's securing his legacy by refusing to tarnish it.
If Baumgartner doesn't plan a Michael Jordan-esque comeback, he'll join an elite club of guys who had the wisdom to quit while they were still ahead… Read More...
Halloween means different things to a variety of people. For kids, it's a chance to collect a stomachache-inducing amount of candy in a very short period of time. For many teenagers, Halloween means mischief, haunted houses or handing out candy to the kids. And then for 20- and 30-somethings, October 31 signifies an opportunity to dress up for a Halloween party as a barely-clothed kitten, a president or something else topical. The one constant is pumpkin carving and now we've got some pumpkinspiration for you: London Olympics standout Usain Bolt and 12 other major 2012 figures -- athletes, a musician, a comedian, politicians and one of "Guy Code"'s own.
Over the years we've watched the line between cool and nerdy get severely blurred. From the rifle-blasting, Hawaiian shirt-wearing journalism of Hunter S. Thompson to the geeked-out, post game news conferences of the Oklahoma City Thunder, it's becoming more obvious that nerds are not to be pushed around. Below, we've listed seven nerds that could easily be bros if it weren't for their meek body frames and oddball origins. Stick up for these guys when they're being trashed because there's a good chance they've done something dope enough to pass along to your friends.
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We're not too sure what to make of this dubstep stuff. Like it or not, though, it is here and folks seem to enjoy it. Maybe it is this generation's punk rock/hip-hop or maybe it's the new disco? Regardless, Skrillex is leading the way. Grammy-nominated and now a commercial success, this guy deserves to be fist-bumped instead of shoved into a locker. Read More...
We know this because Jason Sudeikis' girlfriend Olivia Wilde said so at a party the other day. "We have sex like Kenyan marathon runners," she told Vulture. Which is to say, their sex is smooth, effective, long-lasting and Olympic-caliber. Nice. Just look at the grin on Sudeikis' face. You're damn right. That Wilde is out and about gushing about their bedroom says that she's quite satisfied and proud. So he's not just the guy with a sense of humor that every woman claims to want, but a gifted sex machine too. Good for him.
Wilde had quite a bit more to say about sex and she didn't hold back. For example, she said about a sign it's time to leave a relationship:
"Sometimes your vagina dies. Then you know it's time to go. There's no reason to sacrifice your womanhood and femininity for some sort of weird feeling of responsibility to something that may not be right. I feel like far too many women do that."
She also dropped some possible Girl Code:
"[Men] are not allowed to be the only ones thinking with their genitals. We think with our pu****s."
Fair or foul? Discussion for another post. For now, let's salute Sudeikis's stamina.
Anything Justin Bieber can do Lady Gaga can do too. Last week Justin Bieber puked on stage in Phoenix, Arizona during a performance of his "Out of Town Girl" on the first night of his new Believe tour. If you missed it, Biebs turned his back to the crowd, hands on his knees and let it rip. It was a pretty solid stream that was apparently infused by milk, or at least that's how Bieber played it off -- with an "Anchorman" reference (milk was a bad decision) on his Twitter account.
Only a week later, Lady Gaga also vomited on stage! She did it in Barcelona and thanks to a loyal, shirtless male dancer on stage, turned it into some kind of performance art. It looks like she might have pulled the trigger rather than succumbing to her body's mandate, and it took her a few more tries than Bieber to empty the contents of her stomach. But she didn't leave the stage (from what we read), unlike Bieber who excused himself twice to manage the issue. So who did it better? Apply your own criteria and vote. We suggest proximity of dancers, duration, form, and so on.
In this month's Esquire magazine, Mila Kunis is crowned as the "Sexiest Woman Alive." The 29-year-old actress/Ashton-Kutcher-arm-candy definitely has a number of strong arguments working in her favor. First of all, just look at her posing topless in tight black leather pants. It's hard to vote against her when you're looking at that cover shot. Second, for as hot and successful as she is, she seems to be relatively grounded and have a good sense of humor. After all, she's hung out with Seth MacFarlane for 13 years doing the voice of Meg Griffin--some funny was bound to rub off on her. Third, in "Black Swan," she did arguably the sexiest lesbian love scene performance ever to be recognized by the Academy Awards. Are we starting to convince you yet? Either way, enjoy the video of her Esquire photo shoot below and vote on whether you think Mila Kunis is the Sexiest Woman Alive.
Aside from the obvious, ahem, assets the good Lord blessed our girl Melanie Iglesias with, she's giving Justin Bieber a run for his swag with the help of her fans. Beliebers? They're your target tweeters if you constantly want your Twitter feed filled up with hearts and the word swaggy spelled swaqqy. But Melievers? Now that's something we can get behind (pun possibly intended).
Team Melanie Iglesias--the self-proclaimed #1 fan source for this "Guy Code" expert--is run by Renette and Joecel. These two ladies keep fellow Melievers--or Melanie Iglesias fans who believe in her right to wear a bikini all day, every day, anytime she wants--up-to-date with everything #BigMamaMel, from her appearances and livestreams to hosting trivia contests. (They also campaign for a Melanie and Lisa Ramos spin-off show. We support this. It seems to have worked for Snooki & JWOWW.) We all could use some seriously s-e-x-y pictures of Ms. Iglesias filling up our Twitter feed to break up our boring workday--so what are you waiting for? Head over to @MelanieIgFans and click "follow" for the latest news and updates on one of your favorite "Guy Code" ladies. Join the cult. Become a Meliever.
Skating and video game legend Tony Hawk took a dive with Reddit on Wednesday for an extended IamA question and answer session. Hawk discussed the highlights of his skating career, the evolution and impact of his video game franchise (and the soundtracks), skateboarding culture, his house (with a backyard skatepark) and more. Even at 44, the guy's still going after it: he signed out of the session to try and nail an fs Ollie 270 over an 8-foot channel to switch crooks, then back in forward. Check out the Guy Code Blog breakdown of the Q&A highlights.
What is the proudest moment of your career?
Hawk: Probably landing the first 900. It marked the end of 20+ years of competing, and opened up new doors of opportunity to keep skating and promoting skateboarding in general.