Thursday, December 13, 2007

Weird toy that can rearrange itself into countless different shapes

M-Tran Robot

Life Size Darth Vader

Everyone’s favorite 4 letter word. It’s worth an f’ing visit!

Huge chunks of ice fall from 1600 foot TV tower


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Nothing sadder than an old gray man wearing only......

Being A Dreamer

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Cat Sex

The Evil Look……Very Funny

All alone with no place to go to get out of the rain

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Paris Hilton wears nothing but a coat of gold paint in a new ad campaign for a champagne brand.
The ad for Rich Prosecco shows the socialite posing provocatively in a desert setting.
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Hilton was in Berlin Wednesday to promote the drink, which comes in a can rather than a bottle. And she took the opportunity to stump for a boyfriend.
"Right now I'm single but I am looking for a nice boy," Paris told reporters. "He should be funny, smart and loyal."

Hilton also put in a good word for the environment.
"I changed all the light bulbs to energy safe light bulbs and I'm buying a hybrid car right now," Hilton said, adding that she also turned off the lights at home, didn't leave the TV on or the water running when she left the home. "Little things that people can do every day to make a huge difference."

Who needs credit cards when you have a vagina?

There's nothing quite like telling adolescent girls that they don't need to worry about finances since they have their very own money pot between their legs.

Wal-Mart Remove Pink 'Credit Card' Panties Off Racks
Suggestive pink Santa panties targeting young girls are being removed from Wal-Mart stores after parents objected to the offensive undergarments.
The panties, which were sold in the juniors department, seemed to suggest that girls don't need money; they just need a sugar daddy — in this case Santa Claus.
The hipster briefs — carrying the slogan "Who needs credit cards ..." on the front and "When you have Santa" on the derriere — caused an uproar among parents, who called for the $2.96 panties to be pulled off the racks.
"We have directed our stores to remove this merchandise from our shelves," Linda Brown Blakely, a spokeswoman for Wal-Mart, told Wednesday.
The undergarments had caused a stir on some blogs prior to Wednesday's announcement. Scarlett, a reader of, alerted the blog to the holiday-inspired undies, which she found on a rack in the juniors department of a Wal-Mart in Cary, N.C.
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Small Bits of News

McDonald's Fines Customers Who Take Too Long to Eat
Eat up, shop fast and move along.
That's the message some stores and fast-food establishments, including McDonald's, is giving its customers in England.
At 40 McDonald's there, drive-thru customers are given 45 minutes to finish their meal and leave the parking lot before a $225 ticket is issued, The Guardian reported.
The restrictions were put in place because people were abusing parking privileges at the establishments, a spokeswoman for McDonald's told The Guardian.
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If customers decide not to pay the fine, the fee rises and they are threatened with court action, the newspaper reported.

Woman chained to car engine inside apartment for weeks
Police say a West Valley City woman was held captive for nearly three weeks. She managed to escape, but told police a horror story of her captivity. Police say the woman was chained to the engine whenever her so-called boyfriend left the place. And the apartment was also sealed shut. For nearly three weeks, police say Fernando Orozco-Trevizo kept the woman hostage in the apartment. Police say she was allowed to eat, use the bathroom and shower. But never leave. Last Friday, the woman found an opportunity. "Through condensation on window she was able to spell out 911 for someone to read," said Captain McLachlan. “Kudos to the man who saw it and called police.” You can hear the 911 call here.
Man steals car in front of police officer and TV cameras
A man accused of stealing a car in front of a police officer and television cameras has been arrested in Virginia. Jim Sughrue, a spokesman for the Raleigh Police Department, said today that Anthony Wayne Williams, 38, was arrested overnight in New Kent County, Virginia.

Television footage shows a man getting into a 2004 Honda Accord while the female owner talked with a police officer nearby. The officer ran to the car when it started to move, slapped the hood and told the man to stop. But he drove away. The car was recovered during Williams' arrest.

Potential Juror Arrested With Sword
A man reporting for jury duty was arrested when security discovered that his cane concealed a 2 1/2-foot sword and a 6-inch dagger, police said.
Vladislav Lisetskiy, 40, was arrested Monday at Brooklyn Supreme Court as he attempted to pass through security, police said.
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Naked Man Went To Wrong House For Sex
The man thought he was in for an early Christmas present when he got an alluring text offering him the friendly company of two young women.
They invited him around for some close attention, helpfully suggesting he get his gear off to save time. So off he went, reached the house, and threw his clothes through the front window prior to entering.
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Man chugs liter of vodka in airport security line
A man nearly died from alcohol poisoning after quaffing a liter (two pints) of vodka at an airport security check instead of handing it over to comply with new carry-on rules, police said Wednesday.The incident occurred at the Nuremberg airport on Tuesday, where the 64-year-old man was switching planes on his way home to Dresden from a holiday in Egypt. New airport rules prohibit passengers from carrying larger quantities of liquid onto planes, and he was told at a security check he would have to either throw out the bottle of vodka or pay a fee to have his carry-on bag checked as cargo.Instead, he chugged the bottle down — and was quickly unable to stand or otherwise function, police said. A doctor called to the scene determined he had possibly life-threatening alcohol poisoning, and he was sent to a Nuremberg clinic for treatment. The man, whose name was not released, is expected to be able to complete his journey home in a few days. » Article here

Two Deceased Triplets Removed From Abdomen of 1-Year-Old Girl
A 1-year-old girl's deceased siblings were removed from her abdomen by Indonesian doctors at Sumatra island hospital, according to a report from French news agency AFP.
The two bodies, believed to be triplets that did not fully develop, were successfully removed from the girl Tuesday during a five-hour surgery, the head of medical services at the main state hospital in the West Sumatra city of Padang told AFP.
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The girl had initially been diagnosed with stomach tumors, however doctors later discovered her abdominal discomfort was the result of two deceased siblings connected to her digestive tract.
One of the bodies was complete except for limbs. The second had only a head with hairs and part of its digestive system.

Boys, 11 and 14, Charged With Sex Assault on Woman, 60
AUSTIN, Texas — Two boys, ages 11 and 14, have been charged with breaking into the home of a 60-year-old woman and trying to sexually assault her, police said Tuesday.
The boys wore bandanas and gloves when they broke through a window in July, and one of them tried to sexually assault her but stopped when a heart device was triggered, Detective Scott Stanfield said.
The boys were charged with burglary with intent to commit sexual assault. The boys had a kit that included items to restrain the victim, Stanfield said.
A 15-year-old girl and a 16-year-old boy were standing outside the victim's house serving as lookouts, Stanfield said, but they have not been charged because they did not break into the house.
Police said they do not know a motive for the attack. No one was arrested until someone who had seen a suspect near the woman's house contacted police, Stanfield told the Austin American-Statesman.
The boys have been released from a juvenile detention center on the condition that they wear electronic monitoring devices, Stanfield said.

Man Thanks Judge For Xmas Jail Term
A Czech man who threatened to carry on breaking the law so he could spend Xmas in jail thanked the judge who finally obliged him.
Radim Kopecky, 22, told the court in Korneuburg, Austria, that life in jail - especially at Christmas - was much better than living as a free man in his home land.
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