For the past four months in Libya, rebel forces made up of civilians and army defectors have been waging battles against Muammar Qaddafi's armed forces, holding their own and sometimes advancing with the assistance of NATO air strikes. Scrambling to arm themselves against mercenaries and a professional army, rebels have been making use of everything they can -- from using captured weapons and munitions to rigging anti-aircraft guns and aircraft rocket launchers to the backs of civilian pickup trucks. My personal favorite is the tank turret mounted on in the bed of a Toyota Hilux, although you can read other first hand accounts here. Collected here are recent images of some of this weaponry used by the Libyan rebels.
A big congrats to the The Boston Bruins who won their first Stanley Cup in 39 years, defeating the Vancouver Canucks 4-0 Wednesday night in the seventh and deciding game of the National Hockey League's annual championship. U.S.A.! U.S.A.! U.S.A.! Oh, wait a minute... The loss didn't go over well with hundreds of mostly young Canuck fans, who took to the streets and set several overturned vehicles afire a few blocks from Rogers Arena where the game was played. The Canadian military was called in to cut things short. Had the Canucks won last night, you can bet there would have been plenty more boobs showing up.
Here in Brazil, a 12 year old boy received a 5000 volts shock when he tried to pick a kite inside an electric substation. check the link for the video footage. btw, the boy survived. Bruno
Kind of reminds me of that Jack Handy quote, "If you ever drop your keys into a river of molten lava, let 'em go, because man, they're gone." That's also advice someone should have given to this crazy bitch, who by the way is evidently at least part Samoan. Think big hands, people. Big, strong hands.
Ultra-Violence in movies has been shocking audiences for more than 50 years, but just how far is too far? Here's a history of ultra-violence, not to be confused with the old in-out.
Medical trivia: The nasal septum separates the left and right airways in the nose, dividing the two nostrils. A perforated nasal septum can be caused by an ulcer, trauma due to an inserted object, excessive nose-picking, long-term exposure to welding fumes, or cocaine abuse. A dermoid cyst is a cystic teratoma that contains developmentally mature skin complete with hair follicles and sweat glands, sometimes clumps of long hair, and often pockets of sebum, blood, fat, bone, nails, teeth, eyes, cartilage, and thyroid tissue. Because it contains mature tissue, a dermoid cyst is almost always benign.
Lucy had surgery on her head and had to wear the cone of shame so that she would not rip out the stitches. This was the first time she went up the steps unassisted. (For those wondering...she was born with a scar on her head. It became infected several times...apparently due to a cyst at the base of a hair follicle. The vet said it could become cancerous if not removed. She's completely healed now.) - gmiddlet
Ernie, the picture posted on BendBox of the cow above the Adult Cabaret sign is in Payson, AZ. I drive by it occasionally (including yesterday and today) for work when I am traveling to/from Mesa, AZ to NM. The business is called Pete's Place. I have never been in it and will probably never go in, but I thought you might be interested in the location of said sign. Sean
Wow, they're sure not much for Google Street View out that way, now are they.
Science question: How is centrifugal force related to the operation in a washing machine? Answer: The spining dryer of a washing machine removes excess water from the clothing by rotating at a high speed. The high speed of rotation creates a high centrifugal force for the water in the clothing which causes it to be pulled to the outside of the spinning portion of the washing machine and away from the clothes.
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life expectancy across the u.s. - world record gun-slinger bob munden is real-life kenny fucking powers