This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. Alongside Sweeney are Jacki Kicksee and Joe Wevers, each clad in red windbreakers to identify them as lifeguards. It serves as a perch from which the guards scan their territory, holler through their megaphone and scamper out into the waves on their surf board or wooden paddle boat, something they do every time a beachgoer ventures into the lake. But weird stuff can happen. A recurring cast of characters that frequent the nude beach, and often approach their lifeguard tower to chat. One of them approached the lifeguards moments later, a middle-aged man wearing nothing but a fanny pack and black Indiana Jones-style hat.
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More than one year later, the photo that woke up the world to the Syrian refugee crisis remains indelible: three-year-old Aylan Kurdi lying face down on a sandy beach in Turkey. The Syrian boy's lifeless body had washed ashore after the rubber boat carrying him and his family — to what they had hoped would be new lives in Greece — capsized. A Turkish paramilitary police officer carries the body of 3-year-old Syrian refugee Aylan Kurdi, found washed ashore near the Turkish resort of Bodrum in September Now the image has become the focus of a study examining how a single photo of a single individual could stir the emotions and arouse public concern more powerfully than statistical reports of body counts, which at that point — five years into Syria's civil war — had reached the hundreds of thousands.
Asia Argento says she did not have sex with then year-old Jimmy Bennett , but a photo and various text messages between Argento and a friend tell a very different story This is one of 4 photos Bennett, now 22, took in a Marina del Rey hotel room back in The then year-old Argento and Bennett are on a bed shirtless, their heads on a pillow and their arms entangled.
The U. Marine Corps is looking into the suspected distribution of nude photographs of female members of the service among military personnel and veterans via a social media network, the Marine Corps Times said on Sunday. A Marine Corps spokesman told the independent newspaper specializing on the Corps that military officials are uncertain how many military personnel could be involved. The paper published an internal Marine Corps communications document with talking points about the issue, describing the social media network as a closed Facebook group with about 30, members.