Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Through High Tech Surveillance

The Perils of Drinking

The BEST Halloween Costume EVER!!!

Yes, but is it functional?
I mean the beer taps.
Oh, wait, it's Bud Light. Never mind.
Nikko said...
Dayem..."fock fear drink beer" - this is one pic where you'd say fock beer!
Dante said...
Shawn said...
Wow. Would love to tap that. My second favorite costume:
Click said...
I would Beer Bong that.

Simply Irresistible...

No Trick is needed to get this Treat

Crazy man pulls off trick with a pallet jack

Anything to make the other company look bad

FedEx is trying to make a come back with their new ad
UPS Inside
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Funnier then shit prank involving a naked skeleton NSFW

Happy Halloween

Who were you in your last life?

Just type in your birth date … and presto!
My results:
I don't know how you feel about it, but you were male in your last earthly incarnation. You were born somewhere in the territory of modern Borneo around the year 1550. Your profession was that of a farmer, weaver or tailor.
Your brief psychological profile in your past life:
Seeker of truth and wisdom. You could have seen your future lives. Others perceived you as an idealist illuminating path to future.
The lesson that your last past life brought to your present incarnation:
Your lesson is to develop a kind attitude towards people, and to acquire the gift of understanding and compassion.

Small Bits of News

Halloween Zombie Mistaken For Murder Victim
Passengers on a German train mistook a Halloween reveler dressed up as a gore-covered zombie for a murder victim and called the police.
The 24-year-old man fell into a drunken slumber on his way home from a Halloween party in Hamburg, police in the northern town of Bad Segeberg said on Monday.
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Traffic stop yields embalmed heads
On the face of it, the truck full of human heads could have been a Halloween prank or the makings of a scary movie.
It turned out to be neither, and a reminder that you should keep your wits about you when you donate your body to science.
"This is in the top five of the strangest things – maybe the strangest – that I've ever encountered," Hunt County Justice of the Peace Aaron Williams said. Judge Williams was called to the scene when a regular traffic stop on Sunday morning by Royse City police turned into a grisly discovery of severed heads in the back of a tractor-trailer.
Police said the truck driver was pulled over for speeding about 2:30 a.m. on Interstate 30 at the Hunt County line. Because he was acting suspiciously, officers looked in the back and saw about two dozen embalmed human heads staring back at them from plastic bags and containers.
The driver couldn't produce documentation showing why he was hauling the heads, so police detained him until his company – which authorities would not name – faxed over the paperwork.
The heads were specimens used in medical training in Fort Worth and were headed back to a company in Little Rock, Royse City police Lt. Jim Baker said. The driver and his heads were allowed to go about 10:30 a.m.