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So supposedly Hitler had some music written full of hints as to where a bunch of Nazi gold is hidden. According to the story, stuff like this has happened before and uncovered sometimes rare, and sometimes just plain weird, items and precious metals. If you're like me and into Goonies type pirates searching for treasure then you might like this story. I have a metal detector in my closet that I've always wanted to use, maybe I'll start a Kickstarter campaign and get in on this hunt.
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Pork is cheaper than beef, so some Chinese shops got creative and used dye and wax and some other stuff to make pork more beefy. This is appalling, because it is a violation of their customer's trust, but didn't we just approve horse meat to be sold for human consumption here in the USA? How long will it be before some of that ends up making it into cheaper ground beef? All I'm saying is, give me dyed pork-beef over poor Mr. Ed any day.
Kudos to China for doing something about the perpetrators.
I have yet to see a crappy movie or show with Andy Samberg. I can't figure out if this is a tv show or movie, but I definitely want to see it. Wait...I just googled it...is this thing already on? Wow I'm disconnected. Does anyone know if it's any good?
If I win powerball tonight, I'm going to commission an artist to paint me as half man and half horse shooting a bow and arrow.
Also, I just got a case of these crackers that have a little red stick and in an additional compartment there is this delicious processed orange cheese, I will probably buy another case of those.
Finally, I owe my sister in law like $123 because we have a family phone plan, and she's totally getting paid back.
What will YOU Do if you win tonight, September 18th, 2013?
Fox should do an adaptation of sleepy time tea and call it sleepy hollow time tea because while mildly interesting, the show was just a mish mash of overused occult references and so-so acting.
The show is just ok enough to probably make it, but I'm giving this one more episode before I go back to watching American Dad on Hulu. In all fairness, no show really holds its own episode for episode against MacFarlane, guy's a damn genius.
Final note: not happy that they killed off Harold in the pilot.
I'll start this blog off by stating up front that I don't know a heck of a lot about boxing, other than on occasion throughout history many of the boxing organizations have been considered suspect of rigged or semi rigged fights, but this isn't even about that, it's an open question to boxing enthusiasts about their opinion on this specific boxer. Is Floyd Mayweather Jr. really the best, or do they only set him up with fights that they (or he) are sure that he can win?
Once again, I know for the most part that boxing is real, but when it gets into the big money situations, you have to wonder sometimes if business dictates more than they let you know. (as it definitely does in other pro sports, with refs making calls based on who the league wants to win, such as pro basketball)
Most of my boxing knowledge was learned from the movie The Great White Hype, with Samuel L. Jackson as the boxing promoter. Great movie if you haven't seen it.
The highlight of my day this fine sunny Saturday? I signed up to win one of Ted Nugent's autographed game(hunt) used arrows. I've always been a casual fan of the 'Nuge, Cat Scratch fever was always one of my favorites at the blues jam open mics as it really broke the boredom of the 12 minute basic blues solos that get thrown into the Clapton, Bonamassa (who I love) and SRV songs that are so common at those things.
What the heck am I gonna do with the arrow if I win? It's going in my rock n roll memorabilia pool table room.
Read the much less immature take on this story here at Fox News
The fountain of youth make have been discovered....AND IT'S DELICIOUS! (it's an enzyme found in LOBSTER)
According to Fox News, where I take everything I read as 100% fact, scientist have discovered that an enzyme known as telomerase keep "DNA strands from shortening, which is the reason we eventually die because as we get older the strands shorten and cells can't replicate as well, to a point where they can't replicate at all. (from
Simon Watts, founder of ReadySteadyScience.com)
What does this mean? It means that we eventually might get to live longer, and it might have uses in fighting and preventing some of the most dangerous diseases known to man.
They started looking into this because they found a ridiculously old lobster that was in really good shape. Despite his biological health, he still drove really slow and took really wide right turns which made it nearly impossible for others to pass.