Monday, December 29, 2008

Bad Dad


l nominate him to be the "BAD FATHER" of the year.
He receives a baseball bat to his head....

The Bitch Is In The Kitchen - NSFW


Nail Brush

"Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do,"

In his book, Tom Vanderbilt takes the traffic trivia bit to a new level.
Here are some things about traffic that may surprise you:
* People who live on streets with more traffic spend less time outside and have fewer friends.
* Saturday at 1 p.m. has heavier traffic than weekday rush hours.
* Highways can handle more cars at 55 mph than 80 mph.
* A driver driving at 30 mph sees an average of 1320 pieces of information every minute.
* The top 10 most dangerous cities for pedestrians in the U.S. are all below the Mason-Dixon line. Five are in Florida (Number One? Las Vegas)
* The average driver looks away from the road for .06 seconds every 3.4 seconds; drivers search for something in the car 10.8 times per hour.
* The most commonly dropped objects on Los Angeles freeways are ladders.

Being trainer or assistant trainer has some perks.


Small Bits of News You Didn’t Know you Needed

Man Arrested After Days Spent Unnoticed in Family's Attic
A Wilkes-Barre, Pa. family did not realize they had an unexpected Christmas guest until a man who had been in their attic for days emerged wearing their clothes, police said.
Stanley Carter surrendered Friday after police took a dog to search the home in Plains Township, a suburb of Wilkes-Barre about 100 miles north of Philadelphia. He was charged with several counts of burglary, theft, receiving stolen property and criminal trespass.
"When he came down from the attic, he was wearing my daughter's pants and my sweat shirt and sneakers," homeowner Stacy Ferrance said. "From what I gather, he was helping himself to my home, eating my food and stealing my clothes."
Wrong man arrested in 'same name' bungle
Police arrested and detained an innocent man on the weekend because he had the same name as a wanted suspect.
Richard, 21, whose last name cannot be used for legal reasons, said he was detained at the police station in Darwin's Mitchell St on Saturday because of a "communication bungle".
Police confirmed the wrong man had been arrested and the incident would be investigated.
The arrest occurred when an officer in an unmarked police car pulled the university student over for a random breath-test on East Point Rd about 9pm.
Richard, of Parap, said he had a nil blood alcohol reading but after the officer checked his details through the radio, he returned and arrested him.
"He said, 'Can you please step out of your car, there is a warrant out for your arrest'," Richard said. "I was surprised and I was trying to think about what I could have done."

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