Wednesday's HOT MIC
As his alter ego Glamrou, Amrou Al-Kadhi performed with Florence and the Machine and at Mario Testino’s 60th birthday, but despite being told his 'existence is an abomination' he has found peace through drag and returned to religion.
Here's an interview from about a year ago with the very lovely and ladylike "Glamrou."
Fire and Fury: World War II edition
Readers trying to buy the Michael Wolff book about the Trump White House are actually buying a World War II book by mistake!
Confused readers are buying a military book in droves all because it has a title similar to Michael Wolff’s bombshell “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” according to a new report.
“It amused me and part of me thought, can people really be that dumb to be confusing these books?” Randall Hanson, the author of “Fire and Fury: The Allied Bombing of Germany, 1942-1945”told the Guardian.
The Canadian political science professor at the University of Toronto never imagined his book — exploring civilian perspectives on the Allied bombing of Germany during WWII — would make it to Amazon’s bestseller list ten years after he wrote it, he said.
But on Friday night, the day Michael Wolff’s book came out, he logged onto Amazon and found that his book had edged to three on the site’s bestseller list.
“I haven’t seen this level of interest since the book first came out,” said Hansen.
New buyers of Hansen’s book didn’t seem happy with their mistake.
“There was one tweet, he came forward and said, ‘I bought this book by accident and there’s no way I’m reading it,’ in kind of this accusatory tone. I thought well, ‘it’s not quite my fault, mate,’” said Hansen.
Some complained that the book didn't have anything about Donald Trump in it...
That reminds me of this Babylon Bee bombshell:
I just hope local police are able to solve the mystery of who the hell saves a cocktail umbrella.
President Trump on a potential interview with the special counsel: "When they have no collusion and nobody's found any collusion at any level, it seems unlikely that you'd even have an interview."
The Iran protests have apparently ended but not before thousands of protesters were arrested and reportedly even tortured.
President Trump is demanding the release of all prisoners: