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On Wednesday, a PSA produced by the National Limousine Association and the National Sexual Violence Resource Center dropped online and features the Baywatch alum warning viewers to think before they order a ride home using apps like Uber or Lyft . But, why??

Well the 49-year-old and the organizations she collaborated with are concerned about the vetting process these popular ride sharing apps use for their drivers. We mean, the troubling stories about drivers committing sexual assault on passengers has probably raised some red flags.

Nonetheless, be sure to ch-ch-check out Miz Anderson's attention grabbing PSA for yourself (below)! if(ph_ad_page == "yes" || ph_read_more_to_new_page == "yes") document.write(' Read the rest of this entry » ');else document.write(' Read the rest of this entry » ');

The latest are Pamela Anderson 's eldest son Brandon Thomas Lee and Daniel Day-Lewis ' son Gabriel Kane Day-Lewis , who join Cindy Crawford 's son Presley Gerber and Jude Law 's boy Rafferty Law in the new Dolce & Gabbana campaign called #DGMillennials (above).

Ironically, this sultry display comes not long after Miz Anderson announced her war on pornography — despite having posed for Playboy numerous times. However, the 49-year-old has since defended her work with if(ph_ad_page == "yes" || ph_read_more_to_new_page == "yes") document.write(' Read the rest of this entry » ');else document.write(' Read the rest of this entry » ');

"This is a public hazard of unprecedented seriousness given how freely available, anonymously accessible and easily disseminated pornography is nowadays. How many families will suffer? How many marriages will implode? How many talented men will scrap their most important relationships and careers for a brief onanistic thrill?"

"And if anyone still doubted the devastation that porn addiction wreaks on those closest to the addict, behold the now-shattered marriage of Mr. Weiner and Huma Abedin, a breakup that she initiated, reportedly, in shock at the disgraced ex-congressman's inclusion of their 4-year-old son in one lewd photo that he sent to a near-stranger."

Miz Anderson is no stranger to the world of porn either as she not only posed 14 times for Playboy , including the magazine's final nude issue, but she did a nude photo shoot for Paper 's Girls Girls Girls issue — and of course, there's her infamous sex tape with Tommy Lee !

Not when the rock star has spent the past three months, the entire spring of 1995, living a fantasy life right in front of you, sipping martinis and passing a joint around at 11a.m. with his new wife, a pert blonde actress who inspires over a billion people around the world to drool each week as she runs across the beach in a tight red bathing suit. Not when you've been laying wires, tearing up the walls and painting again and again, because the light switch the rock star thought he wanted over here he now wants just there.

Related PHOTOS: Barely Legal: 30 Nearly Pornographic Mainstream Films Full-frontal nudity, steamy threesomes, one-for-the-money shots — these movies pushed the envelope and still played multiplexes

By the time Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson abruptly fired the handful of the people renovating their Malibu mansion, refusing to pay for work they said was shoddily done, electrician Rand Gauthier was so sick of the celebrity couple's demands that he was ready to simply write off the $20,000 he says they owed him. But when he and a general contractor came back to the couple's mansion on Mulholland Highway to get their tools and Tommy Lee pointed a shotgun at them, saying, "Get the fuck off my property," Gauthier got seriously pissed.

Lee made Gauthier feel small, and Gauthier had spent his entire life feeling small. Here was a guy who, on his 18th birthday, lost his virginity to a Vegas hooker. Here was an L.A. boy through and through, struggling to dissociate himself from his famous father, who starred in the original Bye Bye Birdie on Broadway and was Hymie the Robot on the Sixties sitcom Get Smart . By the Nineties, Gauthier had gleaming, tanned muscles, broad shoulders, an eager, trusting smile and a voice that's equal parts surfer and Ernie from Sesame Street . Most people dismiss him as a doofus, a conspiracy theorist who likes fast, powerful cars and dating porn stars. He even did some scenes himself, and spent his time hanging around an adult-film studio, building sets and chatting up starlets. A studio troll, they called him.

Now he wanted revenge. He wanted the drummer to feel vulnerable, to realize that he was just a human being, not an invincible rock god, even if he had sold 20 million records by the age of 32. So Gauthier decided to steal the giant safe he knew was tucked in the garage, the one with all of Lee's guns and Anderson's jewelry, and have a laugh at their expense.

Thomas Lee Bass (born October 3, 1962), [1] best known as Tommy Lee , is a Greek-American musician and founding member of heavy metal band Mötley Crüe . As well as being the band's long-term drummer, Lee founded rap-metal band Methods of Mayhem , and has pursued solo musical projects. He has been married to model Elaine Starchuk and actresses Heather Locklear and Pamela Anderson .

Lee was born Thomas Lee Bass in 1962 Athens , Greece, to father David Lee Thomas Bass, an American Army serviceman, and mother Vassiliki Papadimitriou ( Greek : Βασιλική Παπαδημητρίου ), a 1957 Miss Greece contestant. His family moved to California a year after his birth. [1] He received his first drum when he was four and his first drum kit when he was a teenager. Lee has one younger sister, Athena Lee (Athena Michelle Bass, b. 1964), who was married to James Kottak, the drummer for the band Scorpions and she was also the drummer of his solo band KrunK .

As a teen, Lee listened to Led Zeppelin , Van Halen , Cheap Trick , Kiss , AC/DC and Sweet . His main drum influences were John Bonham , Tommy Aldridge , Alex Van Halen and Terry Bozzio . [2] After transferring from South Hills High School ; he joined the marching band at Royal Oak High School (now Royal Oak Middle School) in Covina, California .

His first successful band Suite 19 played the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles during the late 1970s. At this time he met future bandmate, Nikki Sixx . Casually, Sixx was forming a theatrical band that would specialize in anthemic heavy metal , and was impressed by Lee's drumming. At this time, he changed his name to Tommy Lee and earned the nickname "T-bone" due to his 6′ 2½″ height and his skinny physique. Shortly afterward, guitarist Mick Mars joined the band. Tommy recommended a singer he had met while in high school, Vince Neil , who soon joined the group, and Mötley Crüe was formed. [ citation needed ]

Mötley Crüe quickly built a strong fan base and they released their debut album Too Fast for Love in 1981, on their own independent label ( Leathür Records ). Elektra Records decided to sign the band shortly thereafter, reissuing their debut in 1982. The band then began a string of hit releases throughout the decade—1983's Shout at the Devil , 1985's Theatre of Pain , 1987's Girls, Girls, Girls , and 1989's Dr. Feelgood —establishing the quartet as one of the biggest hard rock / metal bands of the '80s.

It’s been a summer of strange bedfellows, from Jill Stein and Harambe to co-speechwriters  Melania Trump and Michelle Obama . But no unexpected union says “the apocalypse is nigh” quite like actress Pamela Anderson and Rabbi Shmuley Boteach’s recently assembled anti-porn task force . The orthodox rabbi and former Baywatch star took their message to the masses on Wednesday with an op-ed  in The Wall Street Journal . If there’s ever been a time to email your grandparents and ask them for their WSJ log-in info, this is it.

The odd couple’s anti-porn argument is pegged to the disgraced Anthony Weiner’s most recent sexting scandal . In addition to disqualifying Weiner from any and all future babysitting gigs, the politician’s self-sabotage has made large, far-reaching waves, as illustrated by this surreal op-ed. Boteach and Anderson approach their incendiary subject matter “from our respective positions of rabbi-counselor and former Playboy model and actress.” From these traditionally disparate vantage points, the co-writers have managed to carve out a shared moral code. They write, “We have often warned about pornography’s corrosive effects on a man’s soul and on his ability to function as husband and, by extension, as father. This is a public hazard of unprecedented seriousness given how freely available, anonymously accessible and easily disseminated pornography is nowadays.”

And while Pamela Anderson certainly isn’t approaching this topic from the same background as the GOP, her opinion piece is unexpectedly conservative, especially coming from a woman who has long been celebrated as an early symbol of sex positivity and female sexual empowerment. Anderson and her rabbinical consultant focus almost exclusively on men, condemning the nefarious effects of pornography on husbands and fathers. “How many families will suffer?” they ask. “How many marriages will implode? How many talented men will scrap their most important relationships and careers for a brief onanistic thrill?” It’s an outdated, gendered take on pornography consumption, and one that is rendered archaic by the article’s own cited statistics: “According to data provided by the American Psychological Association, porn consumption rates are between 50% and 99% among men and 30% to 86% among women.”

Anderson and Boteach even go on to argue, “The ubiquity of porn is an outgrowth of the sexual revolution that began a half-century ago and which, with gender rights and freedoms now having been established, has arguably run its course.” You heard it here first, ladies: The sexual revolution is over, and it was a huge success! The co-writers’ feminist-unfriendly, heteronormative opining is unabashedly focused on traditional family units and heterosexual men, a highly privileged demographic that they would like to convince us is at risk and under siege.

Of course, Anderson and Boteach’s ultimately trump card is the staple of any family values based argument: the children. Or as the opinion writers call them, “The crack babies of porn.” “In a world where accessible pornography is increasingly ubiquitous,” they argue, “We must educate ourselves and our children to understand that porn is for losers—a boring, wasteful and dead-end outlet for people too lazy to reap the ample rewards of healthy sexuality.” Anderson and Boteach must be referring to the consumers of disgusting, explicit, online pornography—not the classy pinup spreads of yore. Anderson jumpstarted her career as one of Playboy ’s most beloved Playmates through her 1989 cover; her Playboy career spanned 22 years, and she boasts more Playboy covers than any other model.

"The sexual revolution was a great thing, it gave us a lot of freedom, it gave us all these wonderful things but it also gave us really bad sex," Anderson, 49, explained. "In the age of technology, there's so much access and people are getting too desensitized and there's multiple visual images that get weirder and stranger."

"I know I'm part of the problem," she added. "I should probably disqualify myself from this whole conversation because I was in Playboy and I had a tape stolen from my home and exploited all over the world and people saw things that they should have never seen, but I didn't think Playboy was pornographic."

"We had this conversation we're having now in front of my kids," Pam explained. "My kids have been involved in the conversation, they both have girlfriends right now and I always tell them, if you disrespect women, you disrespect your mother."

ITC announced that Senior United States District Judge, Roslyn O. Silver has issued the final judgment in the patent infringement suit between Integrated Technology and Rudolph Technologies, Inc.   
 
On February 6th, 2014 Judge Silver for the District of Arizona ordered that ITC is entitled to damages from Rudolph Technologies in the amount of $7,684,047 and pre-judgment interest on these damages of $2,893,646. Judge Silver ruled that pre-August 2007 PRVX, PRVX2 and PRVX3 systems infringed ITC's U.S. Patent No. 6,118,894.
 
Rudolph Technologies' claim for declaration of non-infringement of the '894 patent and claim for declaration that the '894 patent is invalid were both dismissed with prejudice. The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit also remanded the issue of attorney's fees to Judge Silver's court.

This option for the ITC55100C UIL tester provides a parallel energy path that in the event of an avalanche failure takes the energy away from the device under test. In a wafer probe application it provides protection for the probe card and the device under test, stops debris scatter across the wafer and prevents the avalanche failure from impacting adjacent die.

Bobbie Brown   and  Tommy Lee   were  the  rock star couple of the mid-Nineties, until  Pamela Anderson   — a Bobbie doppelgänger — swooped in and stole the  Motley Crue  drummer away. The shocking details of the blonde bombshell love triangle have never truly been revealed — until now.

Bobbie, who rose to fame after starring in  Warrant ‘s “Cherry Pie” music video in 1990, is finally spilling all the gory details about her life — the rock ‘n’ roll, the drugs, and yes, her relationship with Tommy Lee — in a memoir entitled  Dirty Rocker Boys (out Nov. 26).

Bobbie writes about how she and Tommy first initially hooked up in 1994, with him leaving messages on her answering machine, saying things like, “You’re so f**king hot!” The video vixen was only able to resist his charms for so long, and after six months they were engaged to be married.

My new fiancé and I were out one night at Bar One on the Sunset Strip when Pamela approached us. I, of course, knew who she was because people were constantly confusing the two of us — two big-busted blond bombshells. But that night, my doppelgänger was on a mission.

“I got a call from Tommy four days later,” Bobbie writes, “‘I’m in Cancun with Pamela Anderson. We have sex toys. I’m going to f**k her really hard,’ he said on my answering machine.” The knife was twisted even more when Tommy and Pam eloped just a couple of days later.

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Not when the rock star has spent the past three months, the entire spring of 1995, living a fantasy life right in front of you, sipping martinis and passing a joint around at 11a.m. with his new wife, a pert blonde actress who inspires over a billion people around the world to drool each week as she runs across the beach in a tight red bathing suit. Not when you've been laying wires, tearing up the walls and painting again and again, because the light switch the rock star thought he wanted over here he now wants just there.

Related PHOTOS: Barely Legal: 30 Nearly Pornographic Mainstream Films Full-frontal nudity, steamy threesomes, one-for-the-money shots — these movies pushed the envelope and still played multiplexes

By the time Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson abruptly fired the handful of the people renovating their Malibu mansion, refusing to pay for work they said was shoddily done, electrician Rand Gauthier was so sick of the celebrity couple's demands that he was ready to simply write off the $20,000 he says they owed him. But when he and a general contractor came back to the couple's mansion on Mulholland Highway to get their tools and Tommy Lee pointed a shotgun at them, saying, "Get the fuck off my property," Gauthier got seriously pissed.

Lee made Gauthier feel small, and Gauthier had spent his entire life feeling small. Here was a guy who, on his 18th birthday, lost his virginity to a Vegas hooker. Here was an L.A. boy through and through, struggling to dissociate himself from his famous father, who starred in the original Bye Bye Birdie on Broadway and was Hymie the Robot on the Sixties sitcom Get Smart . By the Nineties, Gauthier had gleaming, tanned muscles, broad shoulders, an eager, trusting smile and a voice that's equal parts surfer and Ernie from Sesame Street . Most people dismiss him as a doofus, a conspiracy theorist who likes fast, powerful cars and dating porn stars. He even did some scenes himself, and spent his time hanging around an adult-film studio, building sets and chatting up starlets. A studio troll, they called him.

Now he wanted revenge. He wanted the drummer to feel vulnerable, to realize that he was just a human being, not an invincible rock god, even if he had sold 20 million records by the age of 32. So Gauthier decided to steal the giant safe he knew was tucked in the garage, the one with all of Lee's guns and Anderson's jewelry, and have a laugh at their expense.