A few weeks ago on his show, Oliver had noted the actor was about to hold an The Art of Divorce auction to celebrate the end of his marriage, putting up for bidding various artifacts from his movie career. Those highbrows jumped even higher when the jockstrap sold for $7,000, prompting some to wonder if Oliver was the bidder.
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Blockbuster was once synonymous with movie nights with thousands of video rental stores across the country, but today has just a handful of locations still operating.
"Look, there are those who would argue that something had to be done in response to Assad's suspected chemical attack, but there are legitimate debates of whether Trump had the authorization to order these strikes, and whether this risks drawing us into a longer-term conflict for which we have no clear strategy", said the HBO host. I'm sorry, I'm sorry.
Oliver then paused, barely containing his excitement.More news: Former Steelers LB James Harrison Announces Retirement
Come on: Are you not entertained? " It was 4 AM, and you know what happens when you start online shopping late at night", Oliver explained of the binge bidding. "But if they are going to give it to us a blockbuster video in Alaska ..." "Just call us in the next 48 hours and we will send it to you". "I'm sorry it wasn't us, we didn't buy it..." before he immediately added: "We did, we absolutely did!"More news: JIT to probe firing at residence of Justice Ijazul Ahsan