Boners

Boner Fight for September 2nd, 2020

Boner Candidate #1: I DON’T WANT THE TIGER KING ANYWHERE NEAR THERE

Despite sitting behind bars, controversial former “Tiger King” star Joe Exotic is getting close to his fans another way — by releasing a cheeky line of leopard-print underwear for men and women with his face emblazoned on the crotch. “I can’t wait for the next collection to drop,” Tweeted streetwear designer Odaingerous, which hawks everything from hoodies to facemasks bearing “Tiger King” imagery as part of the 57-year-old ex-keeper’s “Revenge” line of clothing. Dubbed “The Financially Recover Cheetah Boxer Brief,” the “super soft peachskin” boxers are made from 100% cotton to keep “your unmentionables fashionably stylish and secure,” Odaingerous tells TMZ. Not only that, but they’re “lined with bamboo/rayon/spandex” and a “classic no-fly boxer brief cut” that allows for both support and comfort, per the site. Meanwhile, the “full color sublimation print” ensures that Joe’s image won’t fade — even after repeated washings. Odaingerous also offers a skimpier female version of the on-the-fly design, which they tout as “artwork printed cheeky brief undies … both comfy and flattering.”

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Boner Candidate #2: WEAR A MASK AND LEARN TO SPELL

A group calling itself Utahan’s (sic) for Medical Freedom (UMF) has filed a referendum that aims to overturn Provo City’s recent mask mandate, claiming that the city council and recorder are violating residents’ constitutional rights. Last Thursday, the Provo City Council overrode Mayor Michelle Kaufusi’s veto of a citywide mask mandate and the law went into effect immediately.
“While responses to COVID-19 are all over the spectrum, one point is certain: The People of the State of Utah are the final say in all legislative matters,” UMF said in a news release. “We’ve had enough of overbearing, unaccountable, uneducated, emotional knee-jerk reactions that curtail or eliminate our right to decide matters concerning our own health and safety.” Provo City Recorder Amanda Ercanbrack said the referendum will not appear on this year’s ballot because the deadline has already passed. However, if UMF is able to collect 3,200 valid signatures — including signatures from 7.5% of registered voters in at least four of the five city council districts — the mask mandate will be put on hold and the referendum will appear on the November 2021 ballot.
Ercanbrack said UMF has to take several steps over the next few weeks before it can start collecting signatures on Sept. 25. Over the next 20 days, UMF must prepare an argument for the city’s proposition information pamphlet.

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