Revealed: Donald Trump’s ‘Type’
PRESIDENT Donald Trump has responded to the latest allegations of sexual assault by stating in very frank terms that his accuser ‘is not his type’ when it comes to sexual assault, which seems to us to be a pretty watertight defence against claims of impropriety.
But if E. Jean Carroll, or indeed any of the 15 other women who have claimed they were sexually assaulted by Trump are all ‘not his type’, then who is? Could you be? Let’s investigate.
1) He likes blondes
Trump seems to have a penchant for blondes, so if you’re blonde then it stands to reason you’re off to a start. We won’t say good start, but, y’know. E. Jean Carroll herself is blonde, but if Trump claims she’s not his type then maybe it’s only some blondes? Maybe he takes things on a blonde by blonde basis?
2) He likes non-famous people
As witnessed in the ‘when you’re famous, they let you do anything’ speech, a presidential speech which rivals Lincoln’s ‘four score and seven years’ shite. From this, we can learn that Trump’s type includes women impressed by his wealth and fame… so pretty much everyone, right? Look at how much wealth and fame he has! What woman wouldn’t be able to overlook everything else, to get themselves a piece of that?
3) He likes his daughters
If you’re young, blond, not famous, and a secret daughter of Donald Trump, then there’s a better than average chance that you’re his type. Otherwise, we do not believe any claims that you make against him. Keep your preposterous nonsense to yourself!
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'Tonight, He More Than Noticed Him': Young Fan With Down Syndrome Meets Albert Pujols
June 25, 2019
Joe Squarini has a son with Down syndrome.
Last week he took him to a baseball game in Toronto and they met Albert Pujols — who did much more than say hi.
After the game, Pujols walked over to the stands and found Squarini's son, Nico, who was wearing an Angles jersey.
Pujols took the jersey off his back, signed it, gave it to Nico, then stuck around to take some amazing photos.
Credit: Joe Squarini
This is what Squarini wrote on Facebook.
"So this happened tonight.
Albert Pujols is one of the greatest players in baseball history and an easy first ballot Hall of Fame candidate.
His Albert Pujols Foundation has been advocating for people with Down syndrome since he adopted his wife's daughter, Isabella who also has Down syndrome, 19 years ago.
We have been trying to get Albert to notice Nico since Nico was old enough to attend games.
Tonight, he more than noticed him.
He lit up as soon as he saw him and gave Nico his jersey. Mayra and I were in tears and Albert Pujols left us with a memory we will treasure forever.
This is why we will ALWAYS be a baseball family."
Credit: Joe Squarini
You can learn more about the Pujols Family Foundation here.
Neighborhoods Across The Country Are Building Miniature Pantries To Help Those In Need
June 25, 2019
Inspired by the book-sharing movement, Little Free Library, neighborhoods across the country are now helping those in need with a similar idea: Little Free Pantry.
Santa Cruz, CA
"Take what you need, leave what you can."
Neighborhoods are building these miniature food pantries to give back and help those in need. They are stocked by the community.
In general, non-perishable foods or items are appreciated, such as: canned foods with ring-pulls, sealed crackers and snacks, bottled water, socks, toilet tissue, hand soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste, baby wipes and any toiletries.
A family in Boise, Idaho, recently celebrated their son's third birthday by building a Little Free Pantry and asked party guests to bring canned goods as gifts.
"Birthdays are a time of giving, and we don't need that much stuff. We don't need the amount of gifts that we get, so we were trying to find ways to direct the kindness to where it was more needed," Macy Miller told KTVB. "This year Miles wanted to build something. So that's what we did for his third birthday."
Mineral Ridge, OH
"We find near the end of the month, it's nearly always empty. It's helping people and that's great, we've never once had it taken advantage of. We just choose to trust people," she said.
Learn more about how to build and install a Little Free Pantry in your community here.
Watch the video below.