The modern conception of the zombie owes itself almost entirely to George A. Romero's 1968 film Night of the Living Dead. In his films, Romero "bred the zombie with the vampire, and what he got was the hybrid vigor of a ghoulish plague monster". This entailed an apocalyptic vision of monsters that have come to be known as Romero zombies. Romero's reinvention of zombies is notable in terms of its thematics; he used zombies not just for their own sake, but as a vehicle "to criticize real-world social ills—such as government ineptitude, bioengineering, slavery, greed and exploitation—while indulging our post-apocalyptic fantasies". Innately tied with the conception of the modern zombie is the "zombie apocalypse" is the breakdown of society as a of zombie infestation. And since we all know zombies are the recently deceased who have come back to life, this might be a particularly challening experience for serial killers, such as Dexter. So, if one were to mash Dexter and Night of the Living Dead together into a full length feature film, you'd probably get something like this.
Patrick Tillman was an American football player who left his professional sports career and enlisted in the United States Army in June 2002, in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001, attacks. He joined the United States Army Rangers and served multiple tours in combat before he died in the mountains of Afghanistan. Initially, the U.S. government attempted a cover-up, reporting that Tillman had been killed by enemy fire, with Lt. Gen. Stanley McChrystal approving a Silver Star citation. Later, his actual cause of death by friendly fire was recognized. Pat's brother Richard Tillman made an appearance on Real Time With Bill Maher, and spoke about his brother's death, the questions that continue to surround that dreadful day, and the comments he made during his brother's funeral, when he said, "Just make no mistake, he's not with God. He's fucking dead. He's not religious. Thanks for your thoughts, but he's fucking dead." The best part comes at the 6:40 mark, when Richard states how he feels about John McCain and Maria Shriver's comments stating that his brother is with God now.
Remember a few weeks ago when I posted about the "Most Beautiful Latina Contest" that was happening in Las Vegas that weekend? I know the drill, no pics or it didn't happen, right? Well guess what. It happened.
Nice knockers and big boobs are like magnets to male eyes. We see, we stare. If we are lucky we touch. If we are cheeky we squeeze. Bottom line is all men love nice knockers and big boobs so here’s a (mostly SFW) gallery to fill your minds full of filthy thoughts.
Samuel L Jackson says: "AK-47. The very best there is. When you absolutely, positively got to kill every motherfucker in the room, accept no substitutes." Or not. I'll take a shotgun, thank you very much.
Yeah mom, you keep telling yourself that. This lion likes this little baby the same way I see all those tired animals sleeping on the side of the road.
Founded by a former police officer and former auto executive in 2003, Indiana-based Carbon Motors plans to produce America's first purpose-built police car. Filling a gap left by the end of production for the former police favorite, the Ford Crown Victoria, the E7will be powered by a BMW six-cylinder turbo-diesel engine and be built at an old Ford air-conditioner plant as soon as Carbon gets a $310 million loan from the Energy Department. Carbon is claiming zero-to-60 times of 6.5 seconds and a top speed of 155 mph. The specially designed car has seats expressly built for the comfort of policemen wearing duty belts. The company says it has received 14,300 reservations from 425 police departments but won't be able to start production until late 2013.
Not safe for lunch: This is why I don't ride on buses in third world countries.
ten of the toughest things to get rid of. besides aids.
battleship cove, cooking heroin, the svalbard global seed vault.
fpv: parachuting into michigan stadium with the 101st airborne division.
jessica burciaga will help shower off that mine stink and the texas tech cheerleaders.