In case you’re wondering about the hashtag #MeToobin, it’s about the fact that highly respected legal analyst Jeffrey Tobin was just caught with his pants down — literally.
According the news stories, Toobin “exposed himself” during a work-related Zoom call. In other words? The man was masturbating.
During a work call.
I’m trying to imagine exactly how that went down. A bunch of elite New Yorker writers are brainstorming about the upcoming election. “Does anyone here have a point they’d like to make?” asks editor David Remnick.
“I do!” says Toobin. “Look everyone! I’ve got a dick!”
It might not have happened like that. Toobin claims that he didn’t think the camera could actually see him burbing the worm. …
The last time I took care of Asher, the 6-year-old I baby-sit, we had played Salon, a game in which Asher’s Barbies visit the salon, otherwise known as the second-floor bathroom, and we peel off their clothes, do their hair, then dress them up.
You may wonder what a 6-year-old boy is doing with Barbies in the first place. They belonged to his mom. She’d hung on to them, no doubt hoping to pass them along to a daughter. But Asher is her third son and last child, so they ended up his.
Asher’s Barbies participate in the same activities as his action figures: They explore. They fight battles. They act out Torah stories. …
It’s not easy to make money on Medium, unless you write about tech or sex. (Or sex bots, which, combining the two topics, will earn you a fortune.)
And yet, I’ve managed to achieve a passive income stream from my Medium posts. For instance, when I checked my Partner Program Earnings this morning, I learned that 10 of my stories had earned a penny yesterday!
So what are these reliable little earners like? Short. Mostly funny. On a variety of topics, from Hanging Tight to Norman Rockwell.
Take a look:
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