Well, I went to the theatres and saw Unstoppable this weekend. It wasn't bad -- I mean you're not going to get any Oscar awards for making a movie about a runaway train -- but it certainly kept me entertained for two hours. As an amateur-novice-beginner-n00b railfan I was able to pick out a few inaccuracies -- ain't nobody running on top of a train doing 70mph, I don't care who the fuck you are -- I'm sure you actual railroad employees were almost throwing up into your popcorn and mumbling, "but that just can't happen." if I had to protest anything, I guess it would be the obligatory derailed-train-erupting-into-a-fireball for no good reason, the guy-almost-falls-under-the-thundering-wheels-of-the-train scene that is a staple for any railroad related movie -- and my personal favorite -- a 420,000 lb locomotive getting up on two wheels. But I did leave the theatre wondering this: in the initial attempt to slow the runaway train down by having the two locomotives get in front of it and gradually slow down, why didn't they just have someone jump over from the back of the rear SD-20 to the front of the lead runaway? It seems that would have been much easier and safer, than trying from the side while standing in the back of a pickup truck. But I suppose that would have made for a fifteen minute movie so like I said, it was two hours that I wasn't picking my nose or feeding to my gut-flopping fetish. It was also nice to see some scenery from up north, too, because we don't get many mountain ranges down here.
Hey remember Icebox from the Little Giants? Yeah, well I guess she's all grown up now. And call her Becky.
I find these pictures both hot and disturbing. The latter simply because of the former: an insulin injection, and a little kid's lunchtime. And what's with at freaky mole on the chick's stomach?
Are you fucking kidding me? "These events took place roughly between 5:30 and 6:30 AM, November 13th in Terminal 2 of the San Diego International Airport. I'm writing this approximately 2 1/2 hours after the events transpired, and they are correct to the best of my recollection. I will admit to being particularly fuzzy on the exact order of events when dealing with the agents after getting my ticket refunded; however, all of the events described did occur. I had my phone recording audio and video of much of these events." What the fuck have we come to? Now I can't get on a plane unless I have some other guy feel my cock first, to make sure it's real. As Thomas Jefferson said, "He who trades liberty for security deserves neither, and will lose both." I think we should take our queue from the Jews, they got it right.
hi ernie, long time reader first time poster, i live in the U.K. and would like to see these pieces of shit burnt at the stake and there ashes fed to pigs, do i sound bitter? watch the vid, no respect at all, burn them. sorry for the rant but this makes my blood boil, cheers Jason. p.s. please post this up so people can see the scum of the earth.
You know why that shit won't happen here in the USA. And you know why. You know, assuming the TSA doesn't take that too like they took my big green raft. because despite whatever bullshit TSA tries to do, America will never be as safe as it was on this day.
The lyrics to Survivor's Eye of the Tiger: It's the eye of the tiger, it's the cream of the fight, risin' up to the challenge of our rival. And the last known survivor stalks his prey in the night, and he's watchin' us all, in the eye of the tiger! I'm pretty sure Rockey never pulled his hair while working out though (video plays after 15 seconds...).
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