And remember, the Susan G Komen foundation didn't cut off their funding to Planned Parenthood because of their new VP Karen Handel's uber conservative anti-abortion political grandstanding, but because of a new policy regarding Planned Parenthood is being investigated by Congress. All this from the folks who have so much money, they'll sue your non-profit if you include the phrase "for the cure." CLEARLY, they have so much money now, that they don't need mine any longer. And so normally while I'm very pro-gun, I do wish they'd stick their pink guns up their ass, along with any other fucking items under the sun they want to pink-wash in an effort to bilk funds from people. The only stupid thing left for the Komen Fund to do is buy the DVD rental business from Netflix. So with any luck, that Karen Handel cunt will get ass cancer.
In semi-related news, Representative Raul Labrador (ID) is my new fucking hero.
Symmetry generally conveys two primary meanings. The first is an imprecise sense of harmonious or aesthetically pleasing proportionality and balance; such that it reflects beauty or perfection. The second meaning is a precise and well-defined concept of balance or "patterned self-similarity" that can be demonstrated or proved according to the rules of a formal system: by geometry, through physics or otherwise. Although the meanings are distinguishable in some contexts, both meanings of "symmetry" are related and discussed in parallel. The precise notions of symmetry have various measures and operational definitions. For example, symmetry may be observed: with respect to the passage of time; as a spatial relationship; through geometric transformations such as scaling, reflection, and rotation; through other kinds of functional transformations; and as an aspect of abstract objects, theoretic models, language, music and even knowledge itself.
So we're now only two days away from Super Bowl XLVI -- or as I like to think of it, only a few days away from either Boston or New York losing a championship. And while I always enjoy watching fans in New York suffer the agony of defeat, this year there's an even bigger storyline that you'll be hearing about until next Monday: the rematch. Yes, as we all know—and as we all will be reminded 500 times this week, then another 200-300 times during the game next Sunday—this year's Super Bowl is a rematch of Super Bowl XLII back in 2008. So to celebrate Brady vs. Manning Part II -- and just for the record I don't mind if the Patriots win, just so long as Tom Brady suffers a paralysing injury in the first quarter. Otherwise? GO. ELI. MANNING. Anyway, I thought it might be nice to do a list of classic championship rematches.
Ziploc is a brand of reusable, re-sealable zipper storage bags and containers originally developed by Dow Chemical Company, and now produced by S. C. Johnson & Son. According to Dow's website, the bags were originally test marketed in 1968. The plastic bags and containers come in different sizes for use with different products. The brand offers sandwich bags, snack bags and other bags for various purposes.
Hey Ernie, Just got back from a taping of Conan tonight and you should check out because my friends and I brought the bobble hair doll we made for him back in December to the show and Conan used it throughout the entire monologue and talked to John Krasinski about it. Obviously we want to try and push the video since people will be looking for it tomorrow. Thanks. Nathan
Unfortunately the 2/2 episode doesn't seem to be listed on the Team Coco's Full Episodes section.
The Rastafari movement or Rasta is a new religious movement that arose in the 1930s in Jamaica, a country with a predominantly Christian culture where 98% of the people were the black descendants of slaves. Most of its adherents worship Haile Selassie I, Emperor of Ethiopia, as God incarnate, the Second Advent, or the reincarnation of Jesus. Ethiopia was seen as a model by emerging African states of the 1950s and 1960s, as it was one of the oldest independent states in Africa and thus the flag of Ethiopia as was used during Selassie's reign. It combines the conquering lion of Judah, symbol of the Ethiopian monarchy, with green, yellow, and red, which would later be adopted by many African nations, becoming pan-African colors.
Rita Hayworth, Marilyn Monroe and Bettie Page were loved by millions because they were the rare beautiful, sexy women who knew precisely how to seduce the camera with their clothes on. Thankfully, pinup photography is still popular and as sexy as ever, thanks in part to Dita Von Teese So here are 32 modern pinup girls who have mastered the same art of tease that your grandfather loved.
Hey Ernie, big fan and I've even got my girlfriend into looking at your site. J Anyway, if you ever come to New Zealand and want to attend a great event that happens every year in Wellington, the Rugby World 7s… Its mental.. dress up as anything and get absolutely smashed! Yea you could watch the games, and they are good, but…. Check it out, on the first day…. Thanks Ernie.... great site. Matiu
Hey Ern, I don't know if I mentioned it before but I've worked in the film industry in Vancouver as an on-set Grip for about 5 years now. We are the forgotten grunts that these scumbag liars like Chris Dodd say are "losing our jobs." We are not losing our jobs because of some Internet mumbo-jumbo, we're losing our jobs because producers HATE spending money. They can make 15 Jersey Shore's for the cost of 1 Alcatraz or Fringe, all while having talent they can hire and fire at will. It is that mentality that is driving consumers away from traditional media in DROVES, not MegaUpload or ThePirateBay. Courtland
I always thought the reason you were losing your jobs is because movie executives keep greenlighting pieces of shit like this. Who the fuck is going to go see that?
Remember a couple years ago right after Obama was elected, when GloZell did her healthcare video? And don't worry she's a comedienne and that's a spoof, so don't have an aneurysm. Anyway, she attempted the Cinnamon Challenge and here's how it went. Related news? GloZell? Still has very big tits.
Charms Blow Pops are lollipops with bubble gum centers surrounded by a hard candy shell. The candy was popularized by The Charms Company, which was acquired by Tootsie Roll Industries in 1988. Invention of the candy is attributed to Thomas Tate Tidwell in 1966, with the patent issued in November 1969. The candy was originally manufactured by the Triple T Candy Company and sold under the brand name "Triple Treat." The new brand name Charms Blow Pops was introduced in 1973 and are sold individually or in bags. Single pops are available in .65-ounce or 1.35-ounce (Super Blow Pop) sizes. There are five original flavors: cherry, grape, sour apple, strawberry, and watermelon.
In regards to my what kind of fruit are these question from yesterday:
I believe those are Kok Brok melons. -Jay (Ernie: haha, vely frunny)
Those are called Ugli Fruit. It is a citris, Generally found in Jamaica. Paul (Ernie: bzzzz, but close..)
Ernie, That Southeast Asian delicacy is known as the Indochine Streetwalker (Look! They've been tagged and released!) . . . and the fruit is a pomelo. Cheers, Charley
A foam hand, also known as a foam finger, is a sports paraphernalia item worn on the hand to show support for a particular team. The most common version resembles an oversized hand with an extended index finger. Usually the surface displays a silk-screened team name, logo, or other graphic or slogan, such as "We Are #1." Foam hands are made of open-celled foam; slits in their bases allow them to be worn. Besides being sold at all manner of sporting events and venues as souvenirs, foam fingers are used as fund-raisers for schools and booster clubs as well as corporate promotions. Invented by Geral Fauss in 1978, who originally created the giant finger out of plywood.
Shadowgraphy is the art of performing a story or show using images made by hand shadows. It can be called "cinema in silhouette". Performers of the art are often called a shadowgraphist or shadowgrapher. The art has declined since the late 19th century when electricity became available to homes because light bulbs and electric lamps do not give off good shadows and also because cinema and television were becoming a new form of entertainment. Shadows are greatly defined by candlelight and therefore hand shadows were common in earlier centuries.
the mercenary techie who troubleshoots for drug dealers and jealous lovers
so long angelo dundee, we hardly knew ye. don't worry, muhammad ali can't be too far behind.
where's the pixel? hint: you're going to want a very clean monitor for this one