Monday, July 16, 2007

It Had To Happened!

Urine Control Video Game!!!

How To Make Cool Banana Ice Cream

Our Goverment at Work

Thousands of pounds of government-owned ice stored in Gloucester in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina are melting - so far costing taxpayers $12.5 million.
A representative from the Federal Emergency Management Agency confirmed yesterday that the ice being held at AmeriCold Logistics on Rogers Street and 22 other facilities like it nationwide is being disposed of by melting it.
The total cost of storing that ice since Katrina has been $12.5 million, according to FEMA.
The ice was originally sent to the hurricane-torn South for use in relief efforts. But in September 2005, truckers from across the nation were hauling ice back north on government order
In 2005, the truckers were earning $2 per mile and $900 per day to transport the ice, and many simply moved ice from one area of the country to the other, never delivering to a disaster site. Including shipping costs, the government paid more than $4 per 5-pound bag of ice purchased during Katrina relief, the Times reported. The same bag could have been purchased locally for about $1.50.
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Coyote Buttes

The Coyote Buttes are part of the Vermillion Cliffs National Monument and are half way between Kanab (UT) and Page (AZ). It is one of the least visited south Utah Parks and the reason is that is it is so precious that the Bureau of Land Management only gives out 10 permits a day! It took us three years to get a permit, but it was worth it! And once you visited it, you’ll know why it is restricted. The slickrock is so fragile that it can easy be trampled!

1 in 12 Workers Admit Using Drugs

WASHINGTON — 1 in 12 full-time workers in the United States acknowledges having used illegal drugs in the past month, the government reports.
Most of those who report using illicit drugs are employed full-time, with the highest rates among restaurant workers, 17.4 percent, and construction workers, 15.1 percent, according to a federal study being released Monday. About 4 percent of teachers and social service workers reported using illegal drugs in the past month, which was among the lowest rates.

Skinstad, an associate professor and director of the Prairielands Addiction Technology Transfer Center at the University of Iowa. "Some employers want drug testing. I'm not sure that's the way I would like to go. What I think I would like to focus on is employee performance."
The study also showed that the prevalence of illegal drug use reported by full-time workers in the past month was highest among younger workers.
Nineteen percent of workers age 18 to 25 said they used illegal drugs during the past month, compared with 10.3 percent among those age 26 to 34; 7 percent among those age 35 to 49; and 2.6 percent among those age 50 to 64.
Men accounted for about two-thirds of the workers — 6.4 million — who reported using illegal drugs in the past month, the government said. Men were also more likely than women to report illegal drug use in the past month — 9.7 percent for men, versus 6.2 percent for women.
The study also looked at alcohol use by workers. About 10.1 million full-time workers, or 8.8 percent, reported heavy alcohol use. Heavy alcohol use was defined as drinking five or more drinks on one occasion at least five times in the past 30 days.

You thought you had it bad!

What is your reason?

Mmmm Coke

Are You Tired Of Being Hot?

As long you have a good supply of ice cubes it work's.

Which One???

Is this a picture of the blonde chugging the beer?


Is it the guy in the back ground lifting his shirt?


Is it the guy standing behind the blonde making a face?

Baby panther adopted by dog in Belgrade zoo

Man's best friend saves this tiny cat.
A 15-day-old female panther named Milica has been adopted by a Rhodesian Ridgeback after her mother refused to feed her and tried to kill her in the Belgrade zoo. "The mother panther has killed all her cubs since 1999," zookeeper Dragan Jovanovic said."We believe she has been traumatized by the sound of NATO bombs" during air strikes in the Serbian capital intended to stop former President Slobodan Milosevic's crackdown against ethnic Albanian separatists in 1999, he said. Now Milica fights with several newborn puppies over milk from her adopted mother. She also appears to enjoy every bit of attention she gets from her new family.
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Customer leaves life-changing tip for waitress

Pizza Hut waitress gets $10,000 tip.
Waitress Jessica Osborne got more than a good tip.
She's got ten-thousand dollars for her college education.
The 20-year-old waits tables at a Pizza Hut in northeast Indiana. The money is from a mother and her two sons who are regular customers. Osborne says she'd told the family how she had started college twice before, but had to quit because she didn't have the money.
Osborne says the ten-thousand-dollar gift made her cry so hard, she couldn't breathe. And she's having trouble getting people to believe her. Osborne says a co-worker thought she was lying.

Get in shape playing Wii Fitness video games.

You will never win with the "Running of the Bulls"

!!! WARNING !!!

Are Graphic

This guy got himself a extra "Butt Hole"
This guy got his right leg gored

That's going to hurt in the morning and the next and the next.