Things you need to know about Renee Olstead. She’s a vegan. She’s of Norwegian ancestry. She’s 5, 3″ and has an absolutely amazing body. She’s done some random TV shows you probably never watched and never heard about. So she’s an actress. And oh yeah, she’s a really good jazz singer.
Let’s get to her mind blowing naked pics. All of the following nudes were leaked around 2011, as a result of a cellphone hack. Nothing is held back and you can tell Renee totally loves it when someone is looking at her. So go ahead, make her day.
This is a short video of inventor Simone Giertz demonstrating the lipstick-applying robot she built (previously: her slap-you-awake alarm clock). It works pretty well provided you’re going for that Heath Ledger’s Joker look. I would not recommend using it before going out on an important date.
A woman suspected of scratching her boyfriend’s face and neck claimed that the man’s wounds occurred as they engaged in “freaky sex,” an explanation that was rejected by Florida cops who arrested her for domestic battery.
According to police, Miracle Graves, 20, tangled Sunday with Harry Johnson in the St. Petersburg apartment shared by the couple (who have dated for three years).
When police arrived at the residence, Graves “stated she was having ‘Freaky sex,’” while Johnson “denied any consensual sex.” While Johnson was uncooperative with cops, he did advise that Graves “would not allow him to leave for work,” according to an arrest affidavit.
An investigator noted that Johnson had abrasions and minor lacerations on his neck, face, right arm, and right foot. Graves “had no apparent trauma marks at this time,” reported Deputy Jason Evarts.
Pictured above, Graves was arrested and booked into the county jail, where she remains locked up in lieu of $2000 bond. Graves’s rap sheet includes multiple prior battery and disorderly intoxication busts.
Two teens have died after authorities say they drank a mixture of Mountain Dew and racing fuel called “dewshine”.
Last Thursday morning, police were called to the home of 16-year-old Logan Stephenson after his family found him dead in his bed.
At around the same time, police were called to the home of Logan’s best friend, J.D. Byram, after the teen started having seizures. Byram was taken to the hospital where he would die Monday night.
The following day, the Greenbrier police chief said they had received information that the two boys were with a group of teenagers that had been drinking Mountain Dew mixed with racing fuel.
“We have certainly seen methanol infections, but nothing like this. I mean, this was a product that was almost 100 percent methanol, which is quite unusual,” said Dr. Donna Seger, the Director of the Tennessee Poison Center.
She added that drinking racing fuel can make someone feel drunk, along with blurred vision, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. But it can also cause seizures, permanent blindness, coma and, as these two boys found out, death.
Seger said that she only knows of four cases of people drinking dewshine, and they all happened in Robinson county within the last week.
Jesus Christ… does that county not have anyone there who sells weed?
The Greenbriar Police Department are asking anyone with information on the incident to call 615-643-4467.
“You will not be in trouble with law enforcement if you were present at this gathering,” police said. “Our goal is to ensure the safety of our citizens and get medical help for those who may need it.”
Derek Lawson is behind bars after the 26-year-old was accused of raping a woman before repeatedly stabbing her vagina.
According to police, Lawson kidnapped a woman then proceeded to beat and choke her until she passed out. Afterwards, he brutally raped the woman and used a sharpened object to “repeatedly stab her vagina.”
The woman managed to get help after Lawson left her for dead. She required emergency surgery after the attack to repair the multiple cuts and stab wounds she had suffered.
Lawson was picked up on Thursday and charged with kidnapping with bodily harm, sexual battery with a deadly weapon and attempted felony murder. He is being held at the Pinellas County jail with no bond.
As you might have suspected, based on his current charges, this is not Lawson’s first run-in with the law. He was arrested in 2014 on similar charges of kidnapping and sexually battering women, and has spent time in jail for marijuana possession and reckless driving.
If you’ve been trying to lose weight forever, you’re definitely going to be interested in how this New York chef shed a whopping 101 pounds eating pizza every day for seven months. It probably goes against every single bit of dieting advice you’ve ever been given, but hey, the proof is right there in the pudding. Or in this case, the pizza.
Chef Pasquale Cozzolino revealed that he put on a colossal 370 pounds after he moved to the US from Italy. “I discovered the Oreo, which we never had in Italy,” he confessed. “It was like an addiction. I’d eat 10 or 12 Oreos, one time I even ate the whole box. It was like a drug for me.” He was also drinking two to three cans of soda a day at one point.
These habits made Cozzolino so overweight that he could no longer do the things he loved, like playing with his son in the park. He was wearing pants with a 48-inch waist and his doctors warned him that he was at high risk for heart disease. “I had knee problems, back problems, three ulcers in the stomach,” he said. The time was ripe for him to shed the excess pounds.
So Cozzolino decided to do something about his situation, by giving up on soda and sweets and going back to the Mediterranean diet that he grew up on in Naples. And that meant lots of pizza. He started making traditional margherita pizza at home every day for lunch, using a 300-year-old family recipe. The dough contains only four ingredients – unbleached flour, water, sea salt, and yeast; no butter or lard that is typically found in New York pizzas. “We mix everything together,” he explained. “Settle there for 36 hours and then the gluten doesn’t have any more heaviness.” He tops the 12-inch pizza with tomato sauce, basil, and fresh mozzarella, taking the total calorie count to 600.
With lunch taken care of, he then started to think about breakfast and dinner. And he’s done pretty well with those too, choosing a big breakfast of multigrain cereal, fruit, orange juice, and coffee. His dinner is relatively smaller, consisting of a small salad with a side of protein, mostly sea food, and a glass of wine. His overall calorie intake is now about 2,700 a day.
Cozzolino’s diet sounds like a breeze, but he admits that cutting back on sugar and calories wasn’t easy. He suffered headaches and moodiness all the time in the first few months. But then his body started to settle down and started to let go of the weight. He lost 40 pounds in three months, and after a brief trip to Naples, where he saw fit men on the beach, he was inspired to lose more.
Eating pizza every day helped him stay away from junk food, and with Oreo cookies out of the picture, Cozzolino got a good balance of protein, carbs, and fats in his diet. In less than a year, he’s managed to lose 101 pounds – he weighs 270 pounds and his waist size is down to 36. He now believes that the secret to his weight loss lies in switching to natural ingredients. “I can tell you, when I go to the grocery store I always look at the label,” he said. “If they have more than 10 ingredients, I give up.”
Believe it or not, nutrition experts approve of Cozzolino’s dietary changes. “It needs to be safe, it needs to be simple, and it needs to be sustainable,” said Dr. Jennifer Aston, Chief Women’s Health Correspondent for ABC News. “The other thing, and Pasquale is a perfect example of this, especially with ethnic backgrounds, foods should be pleasure. It should be nutritious and delicious.”
“Your body breaks [long-fermented bread] down more efficiently,” NYC nutritionist Amy Shapiro told New York Post. “People who don’t have adequate bacteria have a harder time losing weight.”