dnalounge update

DNA Lounge update, wherein the ABC decides that infusions and bitters are illegal.

Attention should be given to nasal leech infestation.

Very serious attention indeed.

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The multi-talented Angie Sanselmente Valencia

I'm pretty sure I saw this movie. On Cinemax. Starring Lorenzo Lamas and Carmen Electra.

Lingerie model runs one of world's largest drug gangs

Angie Sanselmente Valencia, a former lingerie model, is believed to be heading one of the world's largest drug gangs.

An international arrest warrant has been issued for the 30-year-old, who is suspected of recruiting beautiful women and using them to move drugs to Europe and North America.

Many of these women are believed to be other lingerie and glamour models who compete in international beauty pageants, whom Valencia describes as "unsuspicious, beautiful angels".

She is thought to be on the run somewhere in either Mexico or Argentina. Her drug syndicate was exposed in December last year after a 21-year-old blew the whistle after being caught with 55kg of cocaine at Buenos Aires airport.

Investigators believe the beauty pageant winner quit modelling and left her native Colombia for Argentina to set up the empire last year.

They tried to trace her via her Pomeranian lapdog but found it registered to a disused warehouse. Her drug runners were paid £1,300 to board flights from Colombia to Cancun, Mexico, with bags of cocaine every 24 hours, according to The Sun. The drugs were then trafficked to Europe. Valencia was crowned Columbia's "Queen of Coffee" in 2000 and is said to have split from a Mexican drug baron nicknamed The Monster to rival his empire.


Facebook Pages: still borked.

The Facebook Blog just posted "What's the Difference between a Facebook Page and Group?", because the difference is so goofy that nobody can really understand it, and yet they continue to not address the bug that makes "Pages" be useless for an actual business trying to reach their actual customers.


People Love Us on Yelp

Yelp Hit With Class Action Lawsuit For Running An "Extortion Scheme"
The plaintiff in the suit, a veterinary hospital in Long Beach, CA, is said to have requested that Yelp remove a negative review from the website, which was allegedly refused by the San Francisco startup, after which its sales representatives repeatedly contacted the hospital demanding payments of roughly $300 per month in exchange for hiding or deleting the review.

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