In curious news, um, Megan Fox sends her kids
to a vegan school where they plant and harvest
their own food. So my gut reaction is
to make fun of this, of course, but I’m not sure. I’m sort of on the fence now. Brad, you have a baby
on the way. Are you gonna raise it
on this, on her farm? I don’t know.
Like, I-I read the story, and she teaches her kids
that plants have feelings and emotions and they hurt. And, you know,
women love bad boys, so, Megan, check this out. SPADE:
No! Whoa. (laughter) (mouthing) (applause and cheering) And call me? I could hear that scream. They also say that the kids have to plant the food
in the schoolyard -and then go out and sell it
-And sell it. -to restaurants later that day.
-Right. So that’s– Some poor kid
is walking up and down Ventura Boulevard
with a tomato at midnight. Trying to hawk it to Chipotle,
you know. Yes. And these are, these
are millionaire children -Yeah. -that now have to live
like they’re Amish. -SPADE: That’s exactly true.
-So, like, this is like… -This is extra. -Yeah.
He’s like, “Mom, uh, weren’t you in Transformers ? Do I sleep
on a wicker bed now? She teaches her kids
that plants have feelings, and then she makes them
grow the plants and sell the plants off
to strangers. She’s the Jeffrey Epstein
of vegetables. SPADE:
Oh, my God. -He didn’t commit suicide,
by the way. -No, he did not. Every week, her poor neighbor’s
landscaper shows up she’s screaming from the porch,
“Murderers.” I’d rather a Ugandan guy fart
in my face than go to a vegan
elementary school. (applause) She’s at home one night going, “Honey, the word around
the neighborhood “is we’re not
pretentious enough. Is there anything
we could do to fix that?” And the kid’s like, “Mom,
maybe one more Transformers. I mean, it wouldn’t kill you.” All right, uh, a body builder
in Kazakhstan– Is that where Borat lives? -Yeah, no, I’m pretty– Is it?
-Yeah. -Yeah. -It is? -It’s over,
that’s past La Mirada. (laughter) -You don’t go that far.
-No, I hear it on traffic, but I don’t know where it is. Uh, admitted to getting his
fiancée plastic surgery. Here’s the twist: Uh, his girlfriend
is a silicone sex doll. Silicone sex doll named Margo,
and here’s them. She’s actually really pretty. Um, when your girlfriend
is plastic, isn’t it just surgery? It’s just all weird
across the board. Yeah, like,
if you wanted to have sex with an emotionless piece
of plastic, I’m sure you could
introduce them to plenty of
the Vanderpump Rules cast. SPADE:
Yeah, that’s right. -Not you, Stassi.
-Not you. Oh, no, I have– No, yeah. I have a fake chin,
so, yes, me. -SPADE: No, not you.
-Where’s the camera? Listen, at least she can write
funny captions. SCHROEDER: I’m not mad–
I’m not mad at this because I’ve been wondering what
to get my fiancé for Christmas, and now I know, a doll
that is exactly me. -That’s exact… Yeah.
-So… -There’s that. I mean…
-That is similar. Listen, if we’re in a fight,
if we’re arguing, go into the other room with me.
With nice me. -Yeah.
-SPADE: Take it out on her. I love that we have to ban
glitter and straws, but yet some sea turtle’s gonna
choke on this woman’s tits. -(laughter and applause)
-SPADE: Her tits. Nobody…
Nobody seems to give a damn. He’s married to a sex doll.
You know that… But you know
the marriage goes south the minute he has to clean it. -FRANJOLA: Yeah.
-SPADE: Oh, yeah. (groaning) You stuff that gal
into a dishwasher, -she’s ready to go
in 45 minutes. -Yeah! Just get out there
with some 409. (imitates spraying, squeaking) “Ready, babe? Big party night.” (imitates spraying, squeaking) “Nobu.”
(imitates squeaking) -Just keep making those noises.
-Nobody does the squeak noise -quite like Spade.
-SPADE: Oh, yes, good. -That’s a good one.
-It’s the greatest thing ever. -My favorite.
-Yeah. Anyway, all right. Well, uh,
any final thoughts on this? Wait, wait. So,
what is the Amazon, like, uh… What is the Amazon URL
to get this again? -Oh, do you want to get it?
-New Christmas present. -Oh, this is a real stocking
stuffer. -In my likeness. Yeah. This is the Stassi doll. -That actually would do pretty
well. -Oh, that would do… -That would do really well.
-Yeah. -Thank you. Yeah, that would be really… -Too well.
-But you don’t… Wait, you don’t have one
of those, do you? Wait, you’re kidding, right?
You don’t have one. We’ll check your website later.
every year deserving recognition is
given to those who strive to promote Korea to the world to present the 2019
Korea foundation award to the head of the oldest university in Russia a
special ceremony was held Kim Jae Hee has two highlights from that session the
rector of st. Petersburg University Nikolay karpachev has dedicated many
years of his life to improving cultural exchanges between South Korea and Russia
he established a department of Korean Studies at st. Petersburg University in
2017 where he assisted the installation of the statue of the late South Korean
novelist Park Yong Lee he’s also been working as the chairman of the Russian
coordinating committee of the Korea Russia dialogue forum for almost 10
years now in recognition of his contribution Kripa czev was granted
honorary citizenship by SolarCity last year and this year he’s been nominated
as the seventh recipient of the korea foundation award i am very pleased to be
awarded today i will continue to strive to develop korea russia relations in
particular i plan to provide a translation for a korean film based on
the work of the late Park Yong nee so Russian viewers can enjoy the work as
well the Korea foundation award honors individuals or organizations that
promote a better understanding of Korea and strive towards strengthening the
friendship between Korea and the international community in his welcoming
remarks prior to presenting the award the Korea foundation president gave a
detailed explanation of carpetas achievements and thanked him for his
dedication since next year marks the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations
between Korea and Russia prop achieved nomination is even more meaningful our
foundation will continue to pursue corporate relations between Korea and
Russia that looks for the future former South Korean ambassador to Russia who
young Geun also showed his gratitude towards his friend Krupa chavin his
congratulatory speech and hope for stronger bilateral relations between the
two countries kim daehee arirang news
The president and the chancellor of the University
of Missouri are both out of a job. They resigned under pressure from groups who say that they
hadn’t responded quick enough or intensely enough to some racist incidents on campus. After threats of a faculty walk out and a
strike by several of the black players on the football team, both men agreed their time
was up. The players’ strike and the resignations
have thrust Mizzou into the national spotlight, but they’re just the latest developments
following a string of racist incidents on campus. Black students are underrepresented at the
University of Missouri. And they’ve faced racism for years. In 2011,
a statue on campus was sprayed with racist graffiti; in 2010, cotton balls were strewn outside
the Black Culture Center. This September, the school’s student body
president, Payton Head, wrote in a Facebook post that a group of white
men shouted the n-word at him from a pickup truck. The post went viral, and Head and other black
students wanted a response from University administrators. Then, in October, members of a student group
called the Legion of Black Collegians were rehearsing for their homecoming performance when they too say a man started yelling racial
slurs at them. The university’s chancellor, R. Bowen Loftin,
denounced the slurs in a video and said the entire university would be required
to take online diversity training.>But black students said they wanted a response
from Loftin’s boss, University of Missouri system president Tim
Wolfe. Graduate student Jordan Butler said he and
other black students tried reaching out to Wolfe, but were ignored. They staged a protest during the school’s
homecoming parade. They stood in front of Wolfe’s car for about
15 minutes, blocking its progress through the parade route. Wolfe refused to engage with the protesters,
and ten days after the the parade they wrote a list of demands, including Wolfe’s resignation, a handwritten
apology, and an increase in black faculty and staff. The protesters called themselves Concerned
Student 1950, which was the year black students were first allowed at the university. Tensions increased on October 24, when a swastika
made from human feces was smeared on the wall of a communal bathroom in a new dorm. Nearly a week after they released their demands, Wolfe met with members of Concerned Student
1950, but the group said he did not address any
of the demands they had sent him. So six days after that meeting, graduate student
Jordan Butler said he would go on a hunger strike until Wolfe was fired or resigned. Wolfe later issued an apology for ignoring
the homecoming protesters, but it was too little, too late. In support of Butler, a good chunk of the
football team announced that they wouldn’t play until Wolfe was removed from office. A group of faculty members urged their colleagues
to cancel class in solidarity with the protesters. That same day, Wolfe and Loftin announced
their resignations. The dustup shows that college administrators
can’t ignore students’ demands for social change on campus– especially if football teams start getting
involved. The players at Mizzou have shown they can
wield tremendous power off the field, if they choose to.