On December 23, 2010, The Beagle Rescue Project rescued two Beagles from a medical testing laboratory. These dogs had never seen the outdoors, walked on grass or felt a gentle touch. They had also been de-barked and fed only "laboratory chow." This video captures the dogs' first steps into a kind world. I'll be honest, I wept. Not just because I'm a softy when it comes to animals, but because it's a crying shame what a human being can do to an animal in the name of science, religion, or just plain cruelty. I honestly and truly hope that woman contracts syphilis and dies in agony.
Remember Da Flame from the Icy Hot Stunnaz? Yep, he's a Christian rapper now named B-SHOC. Want to talk about reinventing yourself, wow.
From Wikipedia: a wet t-shirt contest is an exhibitionistic beauty contest that typically features young women performing at a nightclub, bar, or resort. They have traditionally been a staple of college spring break celebrations at locations such as Daytona Beach and Cancún. Contest participants generally wear white or lightly colored T-shirts, usually without brassieres or other garments beneath. Water is then sprayed or poured onto the participants' chests to make their T-shirts turn translucent and cling to their breasts. Contestants may take turns to dance or pose before the audience, with the outcome decided either by crowd reaction or by the opinion of judges. An example can be found here. In more racy contests, participants may tear or crop their T-shirts to expose midriffs, cleavage, or the undersides of their breasts. Depending on local laws, participants may or may not be allowed to remove their T-shirts during their performance.
In case you missed it a couple of days ago, Lewiston, Michigan was home to a truly historic event: the most incredible laying of rubber in the history of the automobile. During a series of burnouts at a car show, a man (whom the video "entroduces" as Mike Proctor) revved up his engine and unleashed what can only be described as an the most epic burnout in the history of epic burnouts. And while I'm a Mopar fan myself, I believe that car in question is a '63 Impala, yes?
Did you happen to catch the postgame handshake between Rodgers and Cutler? Mike
Wow! I thought iPhones were for ladies and guys of questionable sexual orientation, but I am WRONG! Not sure what service Capt. Jonathan J. Springer is from, but it's too bad we can't offer some restitution to him. Not that I can since I'm unemployed. Thanks - Love what you do, Jonathan
From Wikipedia: The United States Secret Service is a United States federal law enforcement agency that is part of the United States Department of Homeland Security. The sworn members are divided among the Special Agents and the Uniformed Division. Until March 1, 2003, the Service was part of the United States Department of Treasury. The US Secret Service has two distinct areas of responsibility: Treasury roles, covering missions such as prevention and investigation of counterfeiting of US currency and US treasury bonds notes and investigation of major fraud. And protective roles, ensuring the safety of current and former national leaders and their families, such as the President, past Presidents, Vice Presidents, presidential candidates, and foreign embassies.
Kinda neat: a time lapse video of a dehydrated plant coming back to life after water is poured into its pot. I mean sure it's not exactly brain surgery, but it's still neat.
From Wikipedia: The Dodge Durango is a full-size sport utility vehicle (SUV) from Chrysler's Dodge brand. It was introduced in 1998 as a midsize SUV, and as a replacement for the Ramcharger discontinued in the North American market in 1993, and was redesigned for 2004. The Durango was produced at the Newark Assembly plant in Newark, Delaware until the end of 2008. The Durango returned late in 2010 on a shared platform with the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee.
betty white naked. don't worry, not as bad as it sounds - colleges still have money to loan
- isiah whitlock jr. on the enduring legacy of sheeeeeeeit