Obama bundler and infamous Hollywood talent agent Ari Emanuel once attacked a large Samoan man, tearing off a chunk of his cheek with his teeth.
Director Peter Berg tells the story in the latest issue of Details magazine:
We went to a Beastie Boys concert on New Year’s Eve—maybe ’89. He was totally sober. Didn’t drink. But he decided he wanted to stage dive. He jumped up on stage—and nobody caught him. He landed fucking flat on the concrete. There were these huge Samoan security guards—one of them picked him up, and another hit him. Ari grabbed the guy by the back of the head, bit down on his face, and pulled a big piece of his cheek off. They were going to kill him. But the Samoan with the bloody face looked at Ari and said, “You’re crazier than me. I like that. Now get the f*ck out of here.” That’s a true story.
I’ll let you know when Politifact tells us whether it’s true or not, or in what measure, or what kind.
The strong arm of government tyranny strikes again
(Human Events) Planning a vacation this summer to Miami’s Biscayne Bay for a little fishing?
Think again, because the National Park Service wants to set aside a large swath of the pristine area as a marine reserve zone, so you might have to leave the fishing poles at home. And the boat.
Perhaps horseback riding is more your speed and the family plans to ride through California’s Sequoia or Kings Canyon National Parks? Sorry, but all of the permits were pulled for those activities this summer.
Or maybe you just want to lounge on the soft sands of North Carolina’s Outer Banks and read a novel, fly a kite with the kids, toss a Frisbee to the dog, and watch dad catch some fish? No, no, no and no.
Go to William Teach’s place for the details. But I have a suggestion: