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Nordstrom’s Black Friday deals never disillusion, and this year their price plummets on prestige brands are sure to induce some heavy breathing. Check out some of the weaves you’ll be able to find on sale below.
Nordstrom is known for being the melting pot of brands for any and every style: whether you’re chic, athletic, business, grunge, or a little bit of everything, a trip-up to Nordstrom’s website will leave you satisfied. Brands is to be found in Nordstrom’s Black Friday sale starting on Nov. 23 include: adidas, Free People, Patagonia, Eileen Fisher, Fitbit, kate spade new york, The North Face, Topshop for women and Topman for men, Tory Burch, Madewell, Sam Edelman, Vineyard Vines, Vince Camuto, Nike, Ted Baker London, and UGG Australia.
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Matthew Perry’s pals might not be there for him, but porn sun Maddy O’Reilly will be.
The adult film actress panics the recovered addict is relapsing after he allegedly reached her up two weeks ago asking if she knew anyone who could help him “purchase some pills.”
Maddy told DailyMail that the Friends star, a former admirer of hers, contacted her do wish to get him “4 0/50 ” prescription capsules. When the 27 -year-old asked what kind, the actor replied 😛 TAGEND
“Vicaden( sic )/ Roxy’s/ oxys.”
Perry, an outspoken proponent for addiction recuperation since going public with his own substance abuse issues, was referring to Vicodin, Roxicodone and OxyContin — three highly addictive opioid painkillers.
In purported text exchanges obtained by DailyMail, the sitcom performer apparently told the porn superstar he would be willing to pay “a lot” for the pills — a desperate plea that fretted the adult actress. She told DM:
“I was shocked, I knew he is a retrieving addict but it was coming out of nowhere, why would he ask me something like that, it’s not like we partied or I have a reputation for partying.”
The two may have not partied, but they do have an intimate past.
The Penthouse cover model says she first satisfied Perry in 2013 through a mutual friend. She allegedly went over to his house and the two had “a very nice evening” watching a movie in his screen chamber before they “ended up having sex.”
At the time, Maddy didn’t suspect the actor was taking opioids — she contends that “he seemed very normal, sober, ” adding “we didn’t even have a glass of wine.”
But when Perry randomly got back it touch with Maddy on August 28, she grew very concerned about his well being. After Perry invited her to dinner only to cancel at the last minute, the actor acknowledged he had been “going through a detox thing” and had “a nurse at my house.”
That’s when Perry asked Maddy his question about getting pills. Their conversation came to an end soon after. She added 😛 TAGEND
“We’ve not spoken since and I’m a little worried, but I don’t know him well enough to be able to do anything about it.”
We’d be worried, too. Do YOU believe the actor has fallen off the wagon?
Head over to DM to read their full text exchange.
James Stobie was the most famous train-hopping hobo on the internet. He rode the railway in a manner which is reminiscent of a desperate humankind searching for work on every metropoli he could find during the Great Depression. Except that Stobie, aka Stobe the Hobo, stimulated YouTube videos about his experiences, hop-skip develops to move around the country for the pure fun of it.
Stobie succumbed earlier this month while train-hopping, and though it’s unclear exactly what occurred, his fans on this Facebook memorial page are distraught at his death.
“He died doing what he enjoyed, bringing the world his art of train filmmaking, ” wrote a Facebook user named Jeffrey James Horvison on the memorial page. “Stobe was an artist. He played the piano for all his videos. His cinematography and film editing, his commentary and vocabulary, and his views, were a true-life artwork shape. I hope you get the time to enjoy all his videos and share them with your friends.”
There were several online hypothesis about how Stobie could have died. The Secret Society of Internet Hobos website wrote about internet reports that Stobie, who might have been trapped on a bridge by an oncoming develop, either fell off a bridge onto tracks below or that his backpack get tangled in a happen Amtrak train while he was on the bridge and that he was dragged to his death.
The Baltimore Police Department did not respond to a Daily Dot request for comment.
According to a redditor in the Vagabond subreddit, this unlisted video apparently was the last thing Stobie uploaded.
As another redditor wrote, “Trainhopping is a decidedly DANGEROUS undertaking. It’s a federal crime and you can do serious period “if youre trying to” busted. This lifestyle WILL catch up to you. Trainhopping is NOT glamorous or romantic. The novelty wears off RAPIDLY. It is a life option of HARDSHIP and DANGER and will KILL you- even if you are super intelligent and careful.”
But Stobe’s videos were always obliging to watch.
In the video below, for example, he committed viewers the layout of the teach yard, his thoughts on the best place to hop a qualify departing from New Orleans, what provisions he needed to take with him( brew, cheap wine, and fried chicken ), and why the qualify was moving so slowly for so long.
On Nov. 6, he posted this video as he traveled through Wyoming.
His YouTube following wasn’t huge–nearly 11,000 subscribers–and you wouldn’t necessarily imagine watching a guy ride gradually through the swamps of Louisiana or the windy plains of Wyoming would be captivating. But Stobie was entertaining in his exasperation and his nonstop quest to procure cheap brew. Largely, Stobie wanted to be seen and heard.
“I have tried a lot of ways to get attention as an artist; this seems to be the only one that people notice, ” Stobie told the Daily Dot in October 2016. “I am really disappointed with modern bearing life in the U.S. and the fact that traveling basically requires a personal vehicle these days. I simply build YouTube videos that are original content, and this is a lane to do that with the total glut of material on YouTube these days.”
During his interview with the Daily Dot, Stobie acknowledged the dangers of his passion.
“Trying to get on or off at high speed, or too much booze in my system, ” he said. “A specific instance would be dismounting while fatigued and blitzed, wiping out and watching a wheel move two inches from my face.”
As his online obituary reads, “To some he will become a legend through his life’s work and to others he will be lovingly remembered solely for his quirky yet lovable self as witnessed by his humor, fierce humour, compassion, dead-pan delivery, solicited and unsolicited commentary on just about anything, unbridled fervour for unconventional living, mad piano abilities, the tremendous talent that he liberally shared with all whose lives he intersected with, and countless other things. He will indeed be greatly missed by all the persons who knew him while leaving an irreparable gaping hole in the hearts, heads, and souls of his family.”
According to reports, Stobie was 33.
Update 8: 23 am CT, Nov. 18 : According to a Baltimore Police Department spokesperson, Stobie’s death is part of an open investigation and a police report about his death is not yet available.