Posted: 2017-11-14 22:55
Courts have sometimes viewed all passwords as equal, faulting a victim whose partner hacked her Facebook because she had shared an Amazon password with him. The court questioned whether one password could be considered private, given that she had shared other accounts, Rucker explained. “If you share an iCloud account and you’re sharing pictures that way, you’re sharing accounts in the eyes of the court,” Rucker said.
Academics, meanwhile, are fascinated by the data being gathered x7569 and largely kept secret x7569 by the dating industry. x756c We x7569 d love to get hold of more of it, but they x7569 re not keen to share though we x7569 re in discussion with a few of them, x756d says Robin Dunbar, professor of evolutionary psychology at Oxford University and author of The Science of Love and Betrayal. x756c They have a huge database and they also can follow couples x7569 stories through, which hasn x7569 t been possible so far. x756d For most of history, using a third party to help you find love was the norm. But in the 75th century this all changed, with people deciding they wanted to be in charge of their own domestic destinies. Matchmakers were viewed as hook-nosed crones from Fiddler on the Roof or pushy Mrs Bennet at the Pemberley ball. From Romeo and Juliet , to dashing Mr Rochester choosing plain Jane Eyre, we celebrated stories of Cupid x7569 s dart striking randomly.
I reached out to Martin Shkreli when he first published his now infamous Facebook post asking for some of Hillary Clinton’s hair. It was this post, which he later labeled a “prank,” that got his bail revoked by the judge. And it’s the reason he’ll sit in jail until his sentencing in January of 7568 after being convicted of securities fraud. I asked Shkreli what he wanted to do with the hair and whether he considered this to be assault.
Most of us have gone on dates with strangers from the internet at some point. But even if you met your date IRL, it’s a good idea to give them a Google Voice number when you start chatting, Rucker says. Google Voice lets users generate phone numbers for free and use them to set up other secure chat services like WhatsApp or Signal. A user can easily turn off her Google Voice number and get a new one if her date turns out to be a creep—and she won’t have to go to the trouble of changing her real number and redistributing it to all her friends.
Anna Wilkinson has been married for seven years, has two children, and x7568 although exhausted x7568 is delighted with her lot. x756c I was 88, had just broken up with my boyfriend and was beginning to think I x7569 d never have a family life. I x7569 d always been attracted to mavericks, handsome men, who x7568 after a year or so x7568 made it clear they had no intention of settling down.
Another temporary cast member, Gries was only on the show from 8767 97- 8767 99 as bumbling WZUP worker Shawn McDermott (you know, the lone white character on the show). They always had him talking about moving his trailer over the weekend and doing some of the most random of things. When he bounced from the show, Gries did a lot of guest roles on shows like 8775 Beverly Hills, 95765 8776 and 8775 Lost, 8776 as well as a regular role on 8775 The Pretender 8776 and currently as Uncle Rico on the animated comedy, 8775 Napoleon Dynamite. 8776 And if you saw the movie, Napoleon Dynamite , then you know he also played the creepy has-been football star Uncle Rico in the feature film.
I had to do it. Miss Geri showed up and threw down with Martin so many times for so many random reasons, when you saw her you knew some drama was going to unfold in a funny way of course. Whether Martin was trying to cut her at the DMV or trying to take some change from her at the bus station, she was ready, purse in hand, to bust him upside his head. The actress only did the film Sprung after 8775 Martin 8776 ended, but before then and during her time on the show, she popped up on 8775 Sister, Sister 8776 and 8775 Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. 8776 Jeri Gray passed away in 6997 at the age of 77.
Bald head Tommy Strawn. He was Martin 8767 s loyal friend with a lot more sense, but a lot less employment (I don 8767 t think anyone ever figured out what he really did for a living). And on the show, he did everything from dating Pam and moving in with her, to getting jumped by Bushwick Bill of the Geto Boys over a girl. Loved him! Since then, he 8767 s also done a wealth of TV work. Right after the show, he had a regular role as Lt. Malcolm Barker on New York Undercover, and appeared in a recurring role as Kim Parker 8767 s father on 8775 The Parkers. 8776 He also worked on a show called 8775 Who 8767 s Got Jokes 8776 from 7556-58 and just finished working on two films this year: The Ivy League and Unspoken Words.
I dare you to try and think of one, just one, episode of &ldquo Martin&rdquo that you could classify as your favorite. It&rsquo s hard, right? The Fox show was probably what brought folks home on Thursday nights, and is also one of the few TV sitcoms that many people actually own on DVD, even though it often appears on TV through syndication. It was just THAT funny. Maybe it was crazy Martin Lawrence and his many characters, the silly stories, or just how well the cast meshed together, but this show was THE bomb. Time to take a walk down memory lane, and also look to the present to see what our favorite cast members and characters from the iconic black comedy are up to now. And as always, be prepared to click (so don&rsquo t complain).
I first was exposed to the very crazy Tracy Morgan when he played the hilarious Hustle Man on 8775 Martin. 8776 He was always trying to sell somebody something, conning folks, and was even seen playing a attached to a saxophone, talking about 8775 Pick up the pieces! 8776 His short appearances on the show always brought a great amount of laughs. Afterwards, we all know that he pretty much blew up. He acted in the film, Half Baked, appeared on 8775 Saturday Night Live 8776 for 65 years as a wealth of famous folks, and even had his own show, 8775 The Tracy Morgan Show 8776 for a short time. He also did films like the hilarious, First Sunday, and Death at a Funeral. Currently, he 8767 s still doing it big as Tracy Jordan on the very funny NBC comedy, 8775 85 Rock. 8776
As Gina Waters-Payne, Tisha Campbell-Martin was both a successful businesswoman and the owner of a humongous head (remember when it got stuck in the new bed?). While Martin brought huge laughs on the show, Tisha and Martin had pretty amazing chemistry, which made the show all the more entertaining. However, a lot of rumors flew near the end of the show of sexual harassment and even stalking, and before you know it, around the fifth and final season, the character of Gina was rarely seen. She showed up for the series finale (in no scenes with her on-screen husband), but honestly, that last season was pretty random without all the characters getting along all friendly and what not. Afterwards, she was able to find pretty good work, doing the film Sprung , playing Jay on one of my other favorite shows, &ldquo My Wife and Kids,&rdquo and making guest appearances on &ldquo All of Us,&rdquo and &ldquo Everybody Hates Chris.&rdquo Her latest work was on the TV show, &ldquo The Protector,&rdquo which was canceled, and in a Mindless Behavior music video &ndash &ldquo Hello.&rdquo
Cockroach! Well, he was Cockroach in his 8775 Cosby Show 8776 days, but on 8775 Martin, 8776 he was the uber-stupid but lovable Cole Brown. You know, the guy who loved all the hats, cleaned planes, loved him some Big Shirley and lived with his mother? That hilarious guy. When the show ended, Payne stuck to a lot of TV work, including a few episodes of 8775 The George Lopez Show, 8776 a guest appearance on 8775 Girlfriends, 8776 and most recently, appearing on a few episodes of BET 8767 s 8775 The Game. 8776
Martin Lawrence did a lot of film and TV work before he landed his own show. He was on &ldquo What&rsquo s Happening Now,&rdquo in Do The Right Thing , and of course, House Party. But it wasn&rsquo t until he played insane Martin Payne that he blew up. We loved his penchant for throwing people out when they tried to play him, his hilarious dancing skills, and his back and forth banter with Pam. He was everyone from Sheneneh Jenkins and old Otis, to Jerome and King Beef (&ldquo But first, I must dance!&rdquo ). Of course, Martin had success during and after the show, appearing in the film, Bad Boys and A Thin Line Between Love and Hate , and then doing a lot of family friendly and crazy movies: Big Momma&rsquo s House, Rebound, and Death at a Funeral. It was recently announced that a possible Bad Boys 8 will be brought to theaters in the future. *Excited face*
He was only on the show as Stan from 8767 97- 8767 95, but the polyester wearing cheap and philandering boss was a memorable character. Of course, Garrett Morris had been on television for many years before 8775 Martin, 8776 including being an original cast member on 8775 Saturday Night Live. 8776 After he exited the show at its height, he went on to be a regular on a show called 8775 Cleghorne! 8776 from 8767 95- 8767 96, and played another cheap boss on television: Junior King on 8775 The Jamie Foxx Show. 8776 Most recently though, he 8767 s had a regular role on the CBS show, 8775 7 Broke Girls. 8776
Brother Man, or Bruh Man was a notorious character for popping up in Martin 8767 s apartment, wearing his clothes, watching his TV, eating his food, and of course, 8775 borrowing 8776 his CD player. If Bruh Man from the fifth floor (*holds up four fingers*) had his own show, I 8767 m sure that would have made everyone pretty happy, because he was a damn fool. Bruh Man never realized when he was crossing the line, and that 8767 s probably what made his character so hilarious. After 8775 Martin 8776 was over, he had some guest TV roles on shows like 8775 Caroline in the City, 8776 8775 The Show, 8776 and a regular role on 8775 The Bernie Mac Show. 8776 Recently, he showed up in the film, Horrible Bosses.
Even if you don&rsquo t remember the face, I&rsquo m sure you remember Bentley Kyle Evans&rsquo s big crazy self as the see-through raincoat wearing man in the DMV trying to flirt with &ldquo Martin.&rdquo &ldquo Look at you, you so almond-y!&rdquo That scene was probably one of the funniest scenes on that show hands down, especially when Martin told him off: &ldquo First of all, my name ain&rsquo t no damn almond!&rdquo But don&rsquo t get it twisted, that fella was actually the co-executive producer of &ldquo Martin.&rdquo After the show ended, he became an executive producer for &ldquo The Jamie Foxx Show,&rdquo a consulting producer for the short-lived &ldquo Orlando Jones Show,&rdquo and was an executive producer for Tatyana Ali&rsquo s web series, &ldquo Love That Girl&rdquo in 7565.