Funny, heartfelt, insightful, entertaining, smart, surprising, sincere, the best. The ability to take a good selfie — or alternately, the ability to oblige your nearest and dearest with a selfie. Despite not dating, they do lots of fun, date-like activities together: While being full-time actors/writers/funny people seems like it could be exhausting, Kaling and Novak seem to make plenty of time to have fun.
In this provocative article, Vanity Fair’s Nancy Jo Sales takes us through the (vaguely) depressing reality of today’s swipe-based hookup apps.
They‘ve been all over Europe, in Miami, the Hamptons, and Los Angeles together, so he must see what kind of attention she can pull anywhere she goes, or how many Instagram likes she can get versus his own.
He even said that the photographers on the Met Gala red carpet told him in no uncertain terms to get out of their shot. But in the case of Rodriguez, it seems to be 100 percent effective.
“When I was on the Yankees and we won the world championship you wear the pinstripes and you think you’re pretty cool.
They are Dan, Alex, and Marty, budding investment bankers at the same financial firm, which recruited Alex and Marty straight from an Ivy League campus.
The site, which once, inexplicably and unforgivably, judged that El Reg hacks don't count as beautiful, collected the usual hoard of information about its users – user ID, email address, location data, physical characteristics, jobs, sexual preferences and more, all of which is in the compromised profiles.
Researcher Chris Vickery told Forbes the information was copied from an unsecured test server running Mongo DB.
Mongo DB has proven problematic for sysadmins wanting security: Beautiful People told Forbes passwords and financial data were not at risk and claimed to have notified all affected users.
So there's only enough information leaked to mount a halfway-decent identity theft campaign, instead.
A December breach dismissed as minor at the time has turned ugly for dating-for-narcissists site Beautiful People.