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Ernie's House of Whoopass! November 10, 2010
November 10, 2010

...Came The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald.

One quirk about growing up around the Great Lakes is you learn to remember shit like this. In fact, on the right side of the bar that my brothers and I always haunt when I'm in Rochester, is a memorial of all the Great Lakes shipwrecks. The SS Edmund Fitzgerald was an American Great Lakes freighter launched on June 8, 1958. At the time of its launching, it was one of the first boats to be at or near Seaway-Max which was 740 feet long and 78 feet wide. From its launching in 1958 until 1971 the Fitzgerald continued to be one of the largest boats on the Great Lakes. Thirty-five years ago today, on November 10, 1975, while traveling on Lake Superior during a gale, the Fitzgerald sank suddenly in Canadian waters approximately 17 miles from the entrance of Whitefish Bay. Although it had reported having some difficulties before the accident, the Fitzgerald sank without sending any distress signals. Its crew of 29 perished in the sinking with no bodies ever being recovered. When the wreck was found, it was discovered that the Fitzgerald had broken in two. The sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald is the most famous disaster in the history of Great Lakes shipping. The disaster was the subject of Gordon Lightfoot's 1976 hit song, "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald". One of these days, I would like to make the venture and see the ship's bell in person.

A potato cannon? To the nuts? Man, that's rookie shit. Now load that bitch up with a shoe and aim it at my face. You sure? Yeah. Okay, here goes.

Hey, Ernie! Seein' as how today's the 235th birthday of the USMC, I thought you might find a place for this on the site today. Semper Fi and Ooorah! Celeste

It’s hard to believe, but there was a time when there really weren't many guys' magazines sold in the US. You had to jump all the way up to Playboy and the like to see hot women in a magazine geared for men until Maxim proved there was a market for girls that were only mostly naked. The covers girls have always been one of the best parts when it comes to Maxim, and I remember Christa Miller gracing the glossy cover of my very first issue.

Here's something you don't see everyday...at least on the highway. Torpedo on US1, Raleigh NC. With apologies for the crappy phone pics. Cheers, Barry

As fall soon gives way to winter, remember to seal up those drafty doors!

OPERATION KNOCKER WATCH: In California filing for bankruptcy. Doh!

Question. House. Number 13. Out? In? Temporary restraining order? I see that Amber Tamblyn is listed as a guest star for several episodes, so does that mean that uber-hottie Olivia Wilde will be coming back at some point?

Hey Ernie, sup man? I found this site with some movie gifs that are fucking freaky as shit but are pretty cool. They are animated GIFs from famous movie scenes -- Jack Nicholson from the Shining is terrific -- and some are these are 3D. Some of them will take you a bit to see what they are doing. Todd from PA.

With American auto manufacturers looking like they're beginning to make that long crawl out of the basement, each of the Big 3 have brought back their vintage muscle cars. Virtually everyone of American birth recognizes names like Camaro and Mustang and Challenger. But what kind of surprises me is how Ford is resurrecting their smaller compact car names as well. So this of course left the sales team at Ford to decide which name to bring back: Festiva or Fiesta. Well, as entertaining as the Festiva can be, i guess they settled upon the latter of the two and - viola - the 2011 Ford Fiesta his showrooms this year. To be honest, I think it looks a lot like the Focus RS that some dude went all the way to Mexico to buy. And let's be honest, since I can't imagine anyone beating down the dealers' doors looking to buy a Chevette, odds are GM won't be paying back any of the bailout money soon. Well, not really paying it back, anyway.

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