In the autobiography, which was labeled as non-fiction, Dunham described her rapist using seven completely unnecessary details that immediately identified him — to anyone with five spare minutes and access to Google — as a high-profile and outspoken Republican she attended Oberlin College with during the mid-2000s — a real human being who now has a family, a career, and a Facebook page.Those matching details included the facts that her rapist…If I had won that frame who knows, I could have got some momentum for the rest of the match.” In the other semi-final, England’s Judd Trump, who overcame an out-of-sorts Ronnie O’Sullivan in their quarter-final tie, faces countryman Ali Carter.The okapi (pronounced oh-COP-ee) is a beautiful and unusual animal.“For me I think the fifth frame just seemed to turn the match,” said Selby.“A couple of times I got him in some good snookers, but he got some very good escapes.
But take a look at an okapi’s head, and you’ll notice a resemblance to giraffes.
In fact, while natives of the Ituri Forest knew of okapis and would occasionally catch one in their pit traps, scientists did not know of the animal until 1900.
The secretive nature of okapis and the difficulty most humans have of traveling in their habitat have made okapis hard to observe in the wild.
Finally, despite the fact that the statue of limitations for rape in Ohio is 20 years; despite the fact that Dunham herself claims this man hurt two other women; despite the fact the recidivism rate among sexual offenders is disturbingly high, Dunham still refuses to press charges against her rapist.
According to Dunham herself, her attacker has already victimized three women.