By Dailymail. The image was a throwback photo of Singer during the '90s when she was 37 years old. The photo shows her striking a pose in the sand while sporting a very revealing pink string bikini that screamed '90s beach babe. She completed the look with some gold jewelry and a pair of now retro cat-eye shades with gold detailing across the top.
Sign in. Watch now. Title: The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini In the fourth of the highly successful Frankie and Annette beach party movies, a motorcycle gang led by Eric Von Zipper kidnaps singing star Sugar Kane managed by Bullets, who hires Gogo, a Martian teenager, is sent to Earth to prepare the way for an invasion. The first Earthling he meets, one Aunt Wendy, is a rich widow who runs a dress shop catering to teenagers.
Sickening images show abused animals forced to perform in front of baying crowds in Thailand. An elephant sits on a cold, stone floor as it tosses a hoop into the air with its trunk. The audience of tourists gasp with delight, apparently unaware of how much the animal is suffering. At another zoo, terrified orangutans have boxing gloves strapped to their wrists and are forced to slog it out in front of baying crowds, while female apes are dressed up as ring girls in bikinis and mini-skirts. Animals are abused for entertainment like this every day in so-called sanctuaries in Thailand.
But those search results are not the product of sexist engineers. Facebook search is governed in part by an algorithm, which favors the most popular queries over those made less often. Algorithms can be biased and they can mirror prejudices that already exist in society. In this case, it turns out people are significantly more interested in using Facebook to find pictures of women in bathing suits than they are in finding pictures of men—and the algorithm reflects that. The company says, for instance, that it automatically detects and removes around 96 percent of adult and nude content that violates its rules.