Look lady, I'm really sorry you had to spend your Mother's Day without Trayvon, but you should be ashamed of yourself for helping to propogate the 30,000 gun deaths myth. I think you should take a long look and ask if this woman should have been sentenced to 20 years in prison. The Stand Your Ground law is sound, the problem is it's just being applied by fucking idiots as of late. By the way, don't forget that "Justice For Trayvon" copyright.
While some casino cheaters make their way through Vegas with sleight of hand or innovative technology, others rely on their natural gift of nerdery. Dennis Nikrasch would probably be just as at home in a cubicle as he is in a prison cell, which, not coincidentally, is now his actual home. That's because he used his hacking skills to rip $6 million off from computer-based slot machines. So how the hell do you "hack" a machine that isn't connected to any kind of network, and is locked up tight to keep people just like this guy away? First, he bought himself his own slot machine to practice on at home. Then he bought the computer chips that regulated the slots from the machine manufacturer. He figured out how to modify his chips so that he could trigger a payoff any time he wanted, but of course that only let him beat the slot machine he owned, and what he needed to do was get his hacked chips inside the casino's machines. Nikrasch put together his team that would position themselves so that surveillance cameras couldn't watch, then Nikrasch would open the slot machine, replace the computer chip and close it back up. Another accomplice would play the machine, triggering the jackpot, and everybody won. Except Nikrasch, when his own team set him up for a bust.
The martini is a cocktail made with gin and vermouth, and over the years, has become one of the best-known mixed alcoholic beverages. H. L. Mencken called the martini, "the only American invention as perfect as the sonnet," and E. B. White called it, "the elixir of quietude". The martini was originally made with sweet vermouth. A person who wanted a 'dry martini' asked for one made with white vermouth. Until World War II the standard proportion was 1 part vermouth to 3 to 3 1/2 parts gin. These days the dryness of a martini refers to the amount of vermouth used in the drink, with a very dry martini having little or no Vermouth. The ingredients are mixed then strained and served in a chilled cocktail glass and garnished with either a green olive or a twist of lemon.
Some uppity white bitch says we don't have the budget for proper space travel and so we have to use robots instead. She get the fucking smackdown. By who, you ask? By none other than NEIL DEGRASSE FUCKING TYSON, that's who. The best part? The look on her face when he cuts her off mid-sentence and they gets cheered on by Bill Nye-The-Science-Guy and some other geek I don't recognize.
Okay, I've done my research but can't figure out what Val Kilmer movie this scene is from. I don't think it's Top Gun... any ideas?
CF-18 pictures from Lethbridge accident in Canada. "Experts say it was probably a compressor stall on #1 engine. The supersonic air coming from overflow panels on top seems to indicate this but it also adds to the puzzle. Incredible photos from last Friday's accident in Lethbridge. Looks like the left engine has the nozzles open so that one was either in AB, or flamed out. Cool sequence of the rocket seat coming out, the canopy leaving the scene, the chute opening sequence and the separated seat falling away.....technology is great! The impact photo has flame shooting out of the left engine....adds to the puzzle, I'm guessing the right engine was flamed out and the left in AB (or reheat as the British call it)" Hope you can use them, Charles.
Model Kate Upton recently set the interwebs on fire with her rendition of the Cat Daddy. Her moves were impressive, but it didn't hurt that she was donning the same teeny bikini she wore on the cover of the 2012 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. This wasn't the first time Utpon's moves have made headlines. Just a year earlier, her rendition of The Dougie from the stands at a Clippers game became full-on viral sensation—it's been viewed over six million times on YouTube. Obviously we know she can shake it, but she's not the only one in sports who can bust a move. And I'm not talking about ballroom, Dancing with the Stars, kind of dancing. Bleh. I'm talking about busting out some impromptu dance moves on the fly or an impressive coordinated dance. Let's take a look at 25 of the best dancers in sports, plus a couple of honorable mentions.
Caution tape, also known as police tape, is resilient plastic tape of a signal color or highly contrasting color combination such as yellow-black or red-white. It is wrapped and affixed as a visual warning sign and demarcation, for instance against entering a dangerous area, such as a roadworks construction site or the scene of an accident or a crime, or against handling inoperative machinery or appliances. It often carries corresponding warnings prominently in writing.
From the Truer-Words-Have-Never-Been-Spoken Department: A Lamborghini may be nice, but two is always better right? Although just because you want two of them doesn’t mean you need them. Hell, you actually don’t even need one believe it or not. A Prius can be just as good of a method of transportation as a Lamborghini as long as you’re not trying to escape an apocalypse happening behind you. In that case, you may live while Mark Zuckerberg gets left behind and eaten up by the earth. ASnd what they say about smart phone vs dumb phone is some true ass shit.
The corridors are empty, the cells no longer occupied; yet there is still a presence in the old buildings, an unsettling atmosphere of misery and death built into its very walls. Whether the site is actually haunted by spirits or whether this is just the feeling of the place – a remnant of its troubled and troubling past – Fremantle Prison in Western Australia is one spooky site to explore. In fact, forty-four people, including one woman, were executed here while the prison was operational.
The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is an important ligament for proper movement. ACL injury more commonly causes knee instability than does injury to other knee ligaments. Injuries of the ACL range from mild such as small tears to severe when the ligament is completely torn. Women in sports such as football, basketball, tennis and volleyball are significantly more prone to ACL injuries than men. The discrepancy has been attributed to differences between the sexes in anatomy, general muscular strength, reaction time of muscle contraction and coordination, and training techniques. Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACL reconstruction) is a surgical tissue graft replacement of the anterior cruciate ligament, located in the knee, to restore its function after anterior cruciate ligament injury. The torn ligament is removed from the knee before the graft is inserted through a hole created by a single hole punch. The surgery is performed arthroscopically and leaves minimal scaring, usually on the inside of the knee.
kalashnikov promenade: blogger embarrasses moscow cops
old and busted: no guns for negroes. the new hotness: no guns for jews
inside the eagle repository where native american tribes come for their bird parts