I think what frosts my ass the most about this Martin/Zimmerman debacle isn't the fact that there was so much misinformation out there at first -- shit I even fell for some of it -- it's that two months on, there's STILL new misinformation being added to the mix. It's like ehat the fuck, is there no sense of honesty in journalism anymore. For starters, if you read this piece by some gun-hating cunt from The New Yorker, you'll believe that, "Zimmerman shot Martin in the chest. Martin did not survive. Zimmerman was not charged. Outside Orlando, the story was not reported." Never mind the fucking fact that two weeks before that article was written, Florida State Attorney Angela Corey, announced that George Zimmerman had been charged with second-degree murder. Are you fucking kidding me? And then you've got this asshole from The Atlantic reporting, According to other reports, Zimmerman's gun was loaded with hollow-point bullets -- bullets that expand upon impact, maximizing internal damage and the chances of death. You don't need hollow-point bullets to stop a pit bull. And you don't need hollow-point bullets to stop a robber." What a fucking douchebag! Now the latest trend seems to be jumping on Zimmerman's Myspace page from fucking 2006! Now I'm hoping that some of this race-baiting will cool down now that Zimmerman is suing Al Sharpton and a few other people. Thank fucking God thre are a few state Senators who will still stand up for Stand Your Ground laws.
A blank is a type of cartridge for a firearm that contains gunpowder but no bullet or shot. When fired, the blank makes a flash and an explosive sound (report). Blanks are often used for simulation such as in historical reenactments, theatre and movie special effects, training, and for signaling. Blank cartridges differ from dummy cartridges, which are used for training or function testing firearms; these contain no primer or gunpowder, and are inert.
In 1988, Jaswant Basuta was on his way home to New York from having attended a family wedding in the U.K. He followed the usual routine -- checked his luggage and checked in with the flight, then hit the airport bar for many, many drinks. Before he knew it, the departure screen said his gate was closing, so he made like a character in a rom-com and sprinted. He didn't make it. He begged, and he pleaded, and eventually he argued with the Pan Am staff, but there was no way that he was getting on that plane. Remember, this was pre-9/11, so his drunken tirade didn't get him cavity searched ... it just got him the pleasure of sleeping off his drinks on a row of seats while waiting for an opening on another flight. Basuta was booked on Pan Am flight 103, departing December 21, 1988. If those words and numbers aren't ringing any bells, then maybe the phrase Lockerbie bombing will put things into perspective.
Ernie, Since we moved back home to the Memphis area, it has been interesting seeing the things that have changed in the 2 years we were gone. This place is brand new. This was just a wooded area when we lived here before but now they have this swell Christian center. I think they probably could have used some help with the name though. It made me look twice and I turned around and went back to take these pictures because I knew you'd find it as funny as I do. Mike
Emergency landing after the propeller falls off.. Only in Mexico...and in Spanish..Rick
Turquoise is an opaque, blue-to-green mineral that is a hydrous phosphate of copper and aluminium. It is rare and valuable in finer grades and has been prized as a gem and ornamental stone for thousands of years owing to its unique hue. In recent times, turquoise, like most other opaque gems, has been devalued by the introduction of treatments, imitations, and synthetics onto the market. In many cultures of the Old and New Worlds, this gemstone has been esteemed for thousands of years as a holy stone, a bringer of good fortune or a talisman. The oldest evidence for this claim was found in Ancient Egypt, where grave furnishings with turquoise inlay were discovered, dating from approximately 3000 BC. In the ancient Persian Empire, the sky-blue gemstones were earlier worn round the neck or wrist as protection against unnatural death. It really does have the right to be called a 'gemstone of the peoples'.
These days, having a boob job seems to be as common as going to the dentist to get a tooth removed, and while the procedure’s not necessarily as painless, the results are decidedly more eye-catching. Still, accidents happen, and sometimes the outcome of a boob job proves less than satisfying… as some of these Hollywood babes well know. For others, of course, there’s no surgery involved here. There has simply been a magical – nay, miraculous – boost in breast size that seems to have happened overnight. Here are ten actresses whose gazongas have been enlarged – one way or another – with
embarrassing consequences AWESOME RESULTS.
WARNING: THIS IS THE MOST DISTURBING IMAGE I HAVE EVER SEEN I just wanted to get that warning out there, since the normal DO NOT CLICK THIS just seemed a little anemic in this situation. You see, I've posted some really disturbing shit over the past few years, some of it more documented than others, but all of varying degrees of what-the-fuck'edness. But in my opinion, today's photo will set a new bar. Now don't just open it, shudder, and then close the pic. Stop and take a minute and contemplate all of the the effort that went into making this photo come to be; sit for a second and let a few of the details wash over you. So without further ado -- and I'm fucking warning you -- here is THE MOST DISTURBING IMAGE I HAVE EVER SEEN. You're welcome.
the artist who lived naked with hundreds of pigs
remember eminem's daughter hailie? yeah well they grow up so fast
golden retriever rescue by la sheriff reserves after dog became dehydrated on hike