Nicholas Kristof, the columnist for the New York Times, writes constantly about the scourge of sex trafficking. His super-star shining saint he promoted constantly was Somaly Mam. Ooops. It turns out she was a fraud from beginning to end who scammed lots of people out of millions of their hard-earned dollars with fake sob stories. Fake sob stories that Kristof promoted world-wide through his column.
And now he says? Er, not much. It’s tough for him to decide what to think I guess. That’s a far cry from “Sorry, I was an willing puppet of a woman who tugged on your heartstrings with bogus stories.” It turns out that the whole issue of sex trafficking in Cambodia is basically a scam.
But everybody loves a good story, right?
Drummer Dan Weiss interprets the intensity and flow of Big Pun and Snoop Dog on “Twinz”. Check out how he gets down on the drum set!
Brazil is no joke. Bakersfield is Pee Wee’s Playhouse compared to the insanity that is Rio. Murder, rape, robbery, mayhem: it’s way out of control.