That is an extremely well spoken one-year-old Richard Sherman!
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That is an extremely well spoken one-year-old Richard Sherman!
Story from UK I have what they refer to as an "iron stomach", but I think this really approaches the line of whether or not I'd finish the batch. What if it was one of those fresh, hot, 20 piece batches for $5 and you had just gotten home from a huge party or concert and were really hungry all night because your friends didn't tell you that they were all going to eat dinner before getting together? There are a lot of variables here, although....a worm might be JUUUUUST over the edge to where I throw away the whole batch. But I'm not ONE HUNDRED percent sure, because what are the odds of there being worms in the other 19 pieces, (the odds HAVE to be pretty slim) and they smell so good! Would you finish the batch? Keep in mind that these are cooked at like a MILLION degrees, which is also kind of a factor. But still pretty gross. Let me know if you'd eat them, the decision might decide our friendship.
Story at USA Today Aside from large quantities of hard alcohol, reading SkyMall was one of the only ways that I felt comfortable flying. They had the coolest gadgets and gifts, how the heck did they go broke? I mean, I never bought anything, but I was ABSOLUTELY SURE OF IT that their plethora of modern day solutions for everyday living were flying off the shelves.
I'm pouring one out for your tonight, SkyMall. R.I.P.
Click Here if you really wanna make this GaHbage- but don't say I didn't warn you.
I was gonna start off with something like "oh yea, because I really want to have sh*t all over my hands at the game."
and then you'd be like "well your hands will get dirty anyway eating wings, and you LOVE wings"
and then I'll be like YOU HOLD POPCORN IN YOUR PALM, AND EAT IT WITH YOUR FINGERS, DIRTYING TWO PARTS OF YOUR HANDS VS. ONE WITH CHICKEN WINGS. YOU CAN LICK SAUCE OFF YOUR FINGERS FROM CHICKEN WINGS, BUT TRY LICKING YOUR PALMS AT YOUR FRIEND'S HOUSE ON SUPER BOWL SUNDAY AND TELL ME HOW THAT WORKS OUT FOR YOU.
I could go on forever on that tangent, but for the heck of it, I looked at the recipe, and it has CARAMEL in it. INSTANT DISQUALIFICATION as nothing with caramel can ever be called buffalo, unless you really want to piss off serious wing enthusiasts.
Fox News - Actually, isn't much of a story, if Fox News did their research and looked up the beaver Wiki, they would see that it is common for beavers to weigh up to 55 lbs. (thanks Wiki) Maybe the weird thing about the story was that the beaver was found in the Phoenix area, but it was found near a lake where beavers usually hang out, so....still not out of the ordinary. Could it be that Fox knew that people like you would click the link with anything with the words "40 lb. beaver"? Hey, I clicked it too, right?
The story has a happy ending though, the beaver wasn't feeling well and is on it's way to getting back in tip top beaver shape and eventually will be released back into the wild.
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I was just up late one night having some drinks and reading about all kinds of weird stuff as I'm prone to do, and found a thing called Frank's Sign (click for Wiki) that basically says that if you have a certain crease in your ear that you are more prone to heart disease and heart attacks. Over time they found a correlation, but also a ton of people responded that it was BS because their family members all had creases and no one had heart disease.
Anyway I guess I stared at a friend too long the other day and she insisted that I tell her what I was looking at, she didn't have a crease so I told her--- but don't stare at people too long because they get all inquisitive.
Disclaimer: This is just a fun theory that I have, I am not a scientist or anything like that. OR...am I?
What's the one thing that is almost a constant in all of the UFO artifact/location occurrences? RADIATION. When the scientists on the History channel went to Siberia to check out the ancient Siberian domes/cauldrons, what made them sick? RADIATION.
A lot of people think that aliens exist, and have different reasons for why they don't contact us or communicate, or stop in for a beer. MY theory is that we haven't reached the stage in our evolution to be at peace (see: just about every needless conflict), OR that we haven't reached the stage in evolution to be able to handle even being around these extraterrestrials.
Think about it, if these are advanced beings, and they know that we're gonna get sick if they hang around, don't you think they'd make themselves scarce? We have only scratched the surface of what radiation can do, especially if we were able to be around it regularly and work with it on an organic level in much further depth. Remember that you read it here first: my theory is that not only is radiation the key to the Siberian domes/cauldrons that may work as some type of alien defense system, but radiation could be the key, or at the very least an important byproduct of beyond speed-of-light travel that would let us hang out with otherworldly individuals.
It's been said that certain ET's are already here and are working with our governments, and for obvious reasons they can't have it be public because people would go "WalMart on black Friday nuts". Makes sense to me, and hopefully they can impart some wisdom upon our already super wise (heh) leaders.
Bowser Beer has been around for almost 10 years and no one has told me....
For years I've been making my dogs sit through my classic movies while I enjoy cold fresh beers and cocktails, and they have been confined to drinking water, and now we find out that they could've been shotgunning bowser brews all this time...I'm so ashamed.
Holy crap that was some bad comedy. I'm not even mad at him, he needs to make that paper while he's hot, but damn. I have never shut him off before (until now). I'd probably save my A-material for bigger shows or specials, but I was REALLY looking forward to it and he was SO FUNNY on the talk shows leading up to the Netflix special.
The first thing that I thought after last night's win over the Colts with this whole de-inflated ball shenanigans was that BOTH TEAMS USE THE SAME BALL. Even the highly biased experts at SportsCenter were saying that the amount of air in the ball doesn't matter when you lose by that many points. Anyway...the most articulate explanation of #inflategate and why it's silly came on FB from this fella (credit to Chris Makolandra):
The Pats seem like a real bad bunch of guys, so bad that Vince Wilfork rescued a woman from an overturned jeep on his way home from the game. Read about it over at Barstool, the site that breaks all these stories WELL BEFORE the mainstream media gets to them, and in turn makes me look awesome on my personal facebook. Or, as awesome as a balding overweight almost-35 year old can look on FaceBook.