September 29, 2009
Not just tossed, oh no, this is the tossed as in wtf were you thinking even filing this tossed.
Mmmmmmmmm. I like my schadenfreude all fried like that.
Jack Law, chief executive of Alcohol Focus Scotland, said of the new Nanny State beer: "This is a positive move which proves that low strength doesn't compromise quality.
"However the name of the beer proves that once again this company is failing to acknowledge the seriousness of the alcohol problem facing Scotland."
It must be hell being this guy, probably stays up at night having absolute panic attacks over the thought that someone, somewhere is enjoying life.
September 28, 2009
In other Woohoo! News, I have internet in my house for the first time since moving here over a month ago.
September 26, 2009
Obama Axes Pentagon Plan To Build Billion Dollar Tank In Shape Of Dragon
September 25, 2009
James Traficant (he's out of jail btw) is saying he's going to run for Congress again. His platform? Repeal the income tax.
For the record, I've always loved Traficant. He was completely upfront about being a flake.
September 24, 2009
Mrs. Ryan Reynolds that is.
See what a noble, selfless, caring giver I am?
The expression on Ryan's face pretty much sums up my response to today. Not to mention to the Obama Administration in general. Yes, I totally looked at his face. Eventually.
The poor quality of the standard-issue sports bras prompted a group by female soldiers at the LV 6 military base in Halmstad to voice their displeasure to representatives from the Council recently.
The women complained that the bras’ fasteners have a tendency to come undone when the women performed rigorous exercise, forcing the female soldiers to take off all of their equipment in order to refasten the brassieres.
You are welcome.
September 23, 2009
Okay, here’s the real deal: Team 7 will be called Green Death. We will only acknowledge “Team 7” for scheduling and disciplinary purposes. Green Death is not a team but a family (some say cult) that you belong to forever. We play fair at all times, but we play tough and physical soccer. We have some returning players who know the deal; for the others, I only expect 110 percent at every game and practice. We do not cater to superstars but prefer the gritty determination of journeymen who bring their lunch pail to work every week, chase every ball, and dig in corners like a Michael Vick pit bull.
Some say soccer at this age is about fun, and I completely agree. I believe, however, that winning is fun and losing is for losers. Ergo, we will strive for the W in each game. Although we may not win every game (excuse me, I just got a little nauseous), I expect us to fight for every loose ball and play every shift as if it were the finals of the World Cup. As I spent a good Saturday morning listening to the legal-liability BS, which included a thirty-minute dissertation on how we need to baby the kids and especially the refs, I was disgusted. The kids will run, they will fall, get bumps and bruises, even bleed a little. Big deal; it’s good for them (but I do hope the other team is the one bleeding). If the refs can’t handle a little criticism, then they should turn in their whistles. My heckling of the refs actually helps them develop as people. The political-correctness police are not welcome on my sidelines. America’s youth are becoming fat, lazy, and noncompetitive because competition is viewed as “bad.” I argue that competition is crucial to the evolution of our species and our survival in what has become an increasingly competitive global economy and dangerous world. Second-place trophies are nothing to be proud of. They serve only as a reminder that you missed your goal; their only purpose is as an inspiration to do that next set of reps. Don’t animals eat what they kill? (And yes, someone actually kills the meat we eat—it isn’t grown in plastic wrap.) And speaking of meat, I expect that the ladies be put on a diet of fish, undercooked red meat, and lots of veggies. No junk food. Protein shakes are encouraged, and while blood doping and HGH use is frowned upon, there is no testing policy. And at the risk of stating the obvious, blue slushies are for winners.
I find it hard to believe that is for real but I mostly agree with the guy's sentiments.
This fountain, which appeared at the Royal Horticultural Society's recent Chelsea Flower Show, was designed by noted British vacuum sexifier James Dyson. Inspired by Escher's "Waterfall," Dyson's "Wrong Garden" incorporates a clever design to create the illusion that water flows up each of the four ramps before cascading over the end.
September 22, 2009
Pretty good, check out the next pic in the series. He got a spike-horn.
Via Say Uncle
September 19, 2009
Other Guy: The Right, who has finally had enough.
September 18, 2009
Adam Michael Kelly, 25, of Smithfield, spent the night in the watch-house after his offensive performance and was fined $150 in court yesterday for causing a public nuisance.
Police were called to a disturbance at the corner of Shields and Abbott streets on August 31 about 8.40pm and found Kelly dry-humping a parking meter and yelling out: "Yeah baby, you know you want it."
September 16, 2009
But it's definitely the rudest. That's some cold shit.
Via Say Uncle
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