Dennis Hof & Donald Trump

Lamont and Tonelli interviewed Dennis Hof, owner of the Moonlite Bunny Ranch and President Donald Trump.

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Last Updated on Monday, January 23 2017 10:37

 

Dennis Hof

Vladimir Putin Throws Down Gauntlet On Prostitution,
Disses Legal American Sex Workers
Bunny Ranch Owner Calls On Trump To Stand Up For U.S. Prostitutes

Russian president Vladimir Putin has spoken out in defense of President-Elect Donald Trump amid rumors that Russian computer hacking may have influenced the election in his favor, but in the process ignited a firestorm of controversy relating to the world’s oldest profession.

In an interview with state sponsored media outlet “Sputnik”, Putin said in defense of the unconfirmed allegations against Trump, “I can hardly believe that he ran off to meet with our girls of low social morals. Although of course ours are the best in the world.”

Dennis Hof, the owner of The Bunny Ranch legal brothel in Carson City, Nevada, is outraged that Putin has praised the quality of illegal and unregulated prostitutes within his country, and he wants Trump to speak out against Putin’s inflammatory comments.

“I supported Trump”, says Hof, who himself ran for a Nevada state legislative seat in the same election season. “Specifically for that reason, I’m calling on the president-elect to push back against Putin by proclaiming that our legal, safe and regulated approach to sex work in Nevada is the standard by which every other country around the world should be judged. Trump is well aware of The Bunny Ranch, so he knows better than most that legal prostitution lowers crime, prevents disease, and benefits the tax base. Putin is dead wrong on this, and my girls are not going to take this lying down.”

Putin went on to say in the interview that the people who ordered the 35 page dossier maligning Trump are “worse than prostitutes” with “no moral limits”. “Worse than prostitutes?” exclaimed an outraged Hof. My girls are some of the most honest women that you’ll ever meet, and Putin needs to be educated to that fact.”

Hof sees this as the first test of international diplomacy between Trump and Putin, and a potential test by Putin of Trump’s resolve for standing up against Russia’s state position. “I would say it’s time for a tweet” Hof remarked, referencing Trump’s penchant for taking positions via social media. “On legalized prostitution, Russia’s got it all wrong, and Nevada has got it all right. Less than 140 characters easy.”


 

George W. Bush

Former President George W. Bush — like him or not — can be awkwardly adorable at times, and he proved it yet again on Friday as he was caught tussling with a poncho during Donald Trump’s inauguration ceremony. The scuffle quickly lit up social media, with countless users posting clips of the 70-year-old going toe-to-toe with his plastic foe throughout the day. “The best thing I’ve seen from today’s inauguration was definitely George W Bush trying to figure out a rain poncho,” wrote one Twitter user. “George W. Bush in a rain poncho was an image I didn’t know I needed,” another tweeted. As the hilarious scene unfolded, former vice president Dick Cheney — like any good sidekick — jumped in to save the day and helped Bush wrestle the poncho out of his face and into submission. People online couldn’t help but poke fun at the wacky pair and Bush’s unabashed behavior. "Bush still looking for Iraq’s WMDs. Cheney knows they don’t exist,” joked one Twitter user. Another wrote, “Cheney looks pleased at GWB’s poncho difficulties.”

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Bill Clinton

What was Bill Clinton staring at the inauguration? Maybe Ivanka Trump?

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Last Updated on Monday, January 23 2017 08:08

 

Bill Clinton

It was not the day his wife would become President after all, but it seems Bill Clinton still plenty enjoyed himself at the inauguration. The former president was captured on camera supposedly ogling Ivanka Trump as she arrived at ceremony on Friday. Clinton seemed to bite down on his lip with approval and then muttered something as he intently watched from the podium at the Capitol. But it wasn’t just the cameras who caught Bill. Hillary was laughing alongside Michelle Obama when she suddenly noticed that her husband wasn’t watching what was happening on stage. She turned around and gave Clinton a long disapproving stare as she waited for him to notice that he had been caught red-handed. Clinton finally moved his head an inch as if to just barely acknowledge her. Hillary then narrowed her eyes and turned back to the stage like a woman who had seen it all before. Many on Twitter claimed Clinton was staring at Ivanka, and were quick to fire both jokes and criticism at the former President over the moment. It is impossible to independently verify from the video.

Last Updated on Monday, January 23 2017 08:08

 

Watch This Canadian Driver Avoid Four Moose Like A Boss

Driving on snow and ice covered roads can be treacherous enough, but throw in a heard of moose in your path and that is a recipe for code brown. This Canadian driver is either a master at snow driving or really lucky—probably a bit of both. According to the video description on YouTube, the driver was traveling down this snow-covered road when he spotted the moose. He did attempt to slow down, but his car kept sliding. So he did what we are all taught to do, he pointed the car in the direction he wanted to go and used some evasive maneuvers. Considering that a moose can weigh anywhere from 800 to 1000 pounds, a collision could have been fatal for both parties. Luckily both the driver and the animals made it safely out of this close call.

 

Rob Vierra

Our buddy Rob Vierra was on Hwy 88 yesterday and used his beast of a truck to help pull out a CHP truck that was stuck in a snow bank.

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Malcolm McGinnis 1st Annual Benefit Party

Tonight from 6-10pm will be the 1st Annual Malcolm McGinnis Head, Heart and Balls Fundraiser.

This is a party to remember our great friend and celebrate the 4th Anniversary of his legacy, Freewheel Brewing Company.

They are raising money for the scholarship that has been made in honor of Malcolm McGinnis who passed away this past September, the scholarship is called The Malcolm McGinnis Head, Heart & Balls Scholarship and it benefits a graduating senior from the boys lacrosse team at Menlo-Atherton High School in Menlo Park where Malcolm was also a coach.

Freewheel Brewing Company in Redwood City

Live music from Friends of the Brewery: Nick "Toothless Monkey" Peters, The Outer Half, Patch & Rita

Special bottle beer release where 100% proceeds benefit the Head, Heart and Balls Scholarship.

Click here for more info.
 

Blue Apron

Here's how you make Sweet Potato and Green Chile Quesadillas courtesy of Blue Apron.

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Bertucelli's La Villa Delicatessen

Check out Lamont wearing his Bertucelli's La Villa Delicatessen shirt.

Bertucelli's La Villa Delicatessen is located at 1319 Lincoln Ave in San Jose.

Check out their website: www.wglavilla.com


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Last Updated on Wednesday, January 18 2017 10:44

 
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