Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Getting the Picture

Young women who glorify their drunken antics on Facebook

Drunkenly dancing on tables or collapsing in the street used to be a source of acute embarrassment for young women the morning after the night before. Today, they are more likely to boast about it - to the world, with pictures - on social networking sites.

Crazy Female

You're A Bullshitter

What's missing in this photo?

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Like I have to tell you that........

Freaky Dolls Head Pencil Sharpener!!!

Ever want to ram a pencil in someone's eye and twist it 'round and 'round?
Live vicariously through your Living Dead Dolls Pencil Sharpener!
A wonderful stress reliever, this Sadie sharpener is the first LDD pencil sharpener and is sure to be followed by others. It features a real doll head with actual rooted hair. As an added bonus, you can push a button in the back of her head and have her tongue spit out your pencil shavings.

Sadie is a perfect addition to any home, school, or work environment; let people know what you're really like as you torture a doll's head!

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Creative Staircases

9 creative staircases
Stairs are generally pretty boring but here is a few that not so boring


Couple escapes injury when falling cow hits van

A Michigan couple is lucky to be alive after their minivan was hit by a falling 900 pound cow on Sunday.

Charles Everson, Jr. and his wife Linda were driving on Highway 150 about one mile east of Manson in Chelan County when a cow fell about 200 feet off a cliff and landed on the hood of their minivan.
"It was 'bam' - you just saw something come down and hit the hood," Everson said. He said he didn't see the animal until it hit and didn't realize what happened until after the impact.

The Eversons were examined at Lake Chelan Community Hospital and released.
The cow was euthanized at the scene.
Rena Albertson, the owner of the cow, said the animal was named Michelle and the family had raised her from a calf.

Believe It Or Not


Wedged between the walls of a mountain crevice in Norway is a rock called Kjeragbolten.
The rock is often stood on by tourists for a crafty photograph while attempting not to look down at the 3000ft+ drop.
I’m assuming the sheep/goat in the picture below was a local.
The Idol Rock

This precarious little bugger is a member of the Brimham rocks family in north Yorkshire, 50 acres of strange rock formations visited regularly by members of the public. The idol rock pictured weighs 200 tons and balances on a rock a fraction of its size.


V8 Barstools

When the SEMA Show is over and it's time for the exhibitors to clear out of the convention center, it makes for an interesting spectacle to watch. Vehicles forbidden to operate on the street can be seen ripping down Paradise Rd. without consequence. It just so happens that during this time we caught a glimpse of the previously posted Hossfly V8 Barstools in action. While walking away from the convention center, the crowd around us began to part like Moses and the Red Sea. We could hear a vehicle approaching that sounded like a pissed off Camaro with an open header exhaust. Turning around we discovered that the commotion was caused not by a crazy muscle car, but by two stools on wheels. We luckily whipped out the camera in time and caught a clip of the barstools in action. The video doesn't quite do justice to the amount of noise generated by these contraptions. We can also only assume that after a week of sitting idle at the show, they were on their way to the nearest bar counter for a couple of cold beers.
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Hossfly V8 Barstools

Australia pulls toy over hallucinogenic drug fears

Australian officials were forced to remove a popular toy from store shelves after it was found to contain a chemical that can have hallucinogenic side-effects.
The toy, Bindeez, contains hundreds of small beads that are covered in a chemical which turns into the illegal drug gamma-hydroxy butyrate (GHB), also known as fantasy, when swallowed.
Authorities in several states issued an urgent recall of the product, named 2007 toy of the year in Australia, after a number of children became seriously ill when they swallowed them.
Dr Naren Gunja, deputy medical director of the Poisons Information Centre at the Westmead Children's Hospital, said a two-year-old and a 10-year-old had been admitted to hospital in New South Wales after ingesting the beads. Each suffered seizures and were unconscious when they got to hospital, leading to fears that the poison could be fatal. However, both children have since recovered.
Australian officials are investigating whether the beads - reportedly made in Hong Kong - were deliberately covered in the chemical.

Small Bits of News

South Texas Man Busted After Reporting Pot Theft
A man was arrested for drug possession after telling authorities that two masked gunmen had stolen 150 pounds of marijuana from his home.
Hidalgo County sheriff's deputies arrived at the home near Penitas in South Texas to find the door kicked in and nearly 15 pounds of pot lying on the floor, Sheriff Lupe Trevino said.
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Mom has fling with daughter's 13-year-old ex-boyfriend
A Wisconsin woman, a former teacher, is charged with sexual assault after allegedly having an affair with her daughter's 13-year-old former boyfriend. Thirty-nine year old Anne Knopf of Prescott, Wisconsin was charged with Sexual Assault of a Child Under 16 in Pierce County District Court Monday. » Article here

Man plows through McDonald's, car stops at pickup counter
A man literally drove through a McDonald's restaurant on Monday morning, with his car coming to a crashing stop at the pickup counter. Las Vegas police said fast driving, not fast food, was the culprit. The driver was traveling north when he lost control of his white Honda just before Windmill Lane. The compact car flew over another vehicle, scaled a guard rail in front of the building and smashed through the restaurant's window and kitchen, said officer Martin Wright, spokesman for Metropolitan Police Department. » Article here

Students accused of battery with freshly baked cookies
Two students at Southern Illinois University in this St. Louis suburb kidnapped, paddled and burned a young man with freshly baked cookies after a drug deal went bad, prosecutors said. Madison County prosecutors on Monday charged Rosario James, 23, and Jordan Sallis, 20, each with two counts of aggravated kidnapping and one count of robbery and aggravated battery.The suspects beat the man with a wooden paddle, burned his neck and shoulders with cookies immediately after taking them from the oven, shaved off some of his hair and poured urine over him from a soda bottle. Hours later the victim managed to escape and call police after the suspects drove him to a house in trying to get money for the drugs.