OKAY ENOUGH OF THIS SHIT - LET'S PLAY ACTIVE SHOOTER BINGO!
A split-rail fence or log fence is a type of fence constructed out of timber logs, usually split lengthwise into rails and typically used for agricultural or decorative fencing. Such fences require much more timber than other types of fences, and so are generally only common in areas where wood is abundant. However, they are very simple in their construction, and can be assembled with few tools even on hard or rocky ground. They also can be built without using any nails or other hardware; such hardware was often scarce in frontier areas. They are particularly popular in very rocky areas where post hole digging is almost impossible. They can even be partially or wholly disassembled if the fence needs to be moved or the wood becomes more useful for other purposes. During the American Civil War, these split rail fences were a major source of firewood for both the Union and Confederate armies.
Professional athletes always seem to be making headlines for reasons related to money. Whether it's because they're holding out for a bigger contract, showing off ridiculously extravagant purchases or even filing for bankruptcy, we're constantly reminded that some athletes are obscenely wealthy. Basically, it boils down to athletes selling sex. If you want to spend your days training for sports glory, sometimes you have to spend your nights in a bikini. In a perfect world, these exchanges wouldn't be necessary, but the world is rarely fair. So, let's take a look at some of the hottest female athletes who are selling sex to fund their athletic endeavors.
Peanuts are native to the tropics of the Americas and were mashed to become a pasty substance by the Aztec Native Americans hundreds of years ago. A number of peanut paste products have been used over the centuries, and the distinction between peanut paste and peanut butter is not always clear in ordinary use. Early forms of peanut butter, like the Aztecs' version, were nothing but pure roasted peanut paste. It may have been harder to work with and spread than regular peanut butter, less creamy and less sweet. Vegetable oil was also later added to most brands to aid in its spreadability, but with new modern processing machines being invented, the peanut butter was already significantly smoother than it had been. At least one study has found that peanut oil caused relatively heavy clogging of arteries. Robert Wissler of the University of Chicago reported that diets high in peanut oil, when combined with cholesterol intake, clogged the arteries of Rhesus monkeys more than butterfat.
Sadly, Shark Week 2011 has drawn to a close. Now, the good news is that we won't have to see any more of those dumb commercials with Andy Samberg. (Hey, I love the guy, but the commercials are not funny). The bad news? Obviously, no more sharks. Thankfully, I've come up with the perfect remedy for post-shark week tristesse, an electronic panacea to help us bide the time until Shark Week 2012. It's a list of some of the biggest sharks ever caught. Yep, I've scoured the internet to find 9 of the largest sharks ever captured in the world of extreme sport fishing.
Paris Las Vegas is a hotel and casino located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada, USA, that is owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment Corp.. As its name suggests, its theme is the city of Paris in France; it includes a half scale, 541-foot tall replica of the Eiffel Tower, a sign in the shape of the Montgolfier balloon, a two-thirds size Arc de Triomphe, a replica of La Fontaine des Mers, and a 1,200-seat theatre called Le Théâtre des Arts. The front of the hotel suggests the Paris Opera House and the Louvre.
Here's my Fat Slice 2 score. And I thought this was worth mentioning [NSFW] Robert
E - We are out prairie dog hunting in Winner South Dakota, I'm guessing that you couldn't have a sign like this anywhere else.... Shoot straight - Mike.
And thus the current leader in Fat Slice 2 challenge is Robert with 3,419 -- dude, how the fuck did you score so high on the Octopus level? You set the bar pretty high, man!
There are a lot of misconceptions about firearms running around out there, not the least of which is this crazy asshole -- and I think he's referring to this little chick who based upon the video dates is probably 15 years old by now and twice the operator you wish you were. Another fucking doozie: "The semi-automatic weapon's menacing looks, coupled with the public's confusion over fully automatic machine guns versus semi-automatic assault weapons — anything that looks like a machine gun is assumed to be a machine gun — can only increase that chance of public support for restrictions on these weapons." ~ Josh Sugarmann - Violence Policy Center
In architecture and city planning, a terraced house, or brownastone is a style of medium-density housing that originated in Europe in the 16th century, where a row of identical or mirror-image houses share side walls. Terrace housing can be found throughout the world, though it is in abundance in Europe, and extensive examples can be found in North America and Oceania. Sometimes associated with the working class, historical and reproduction terraces have increasingly become part of the process of gentrification in certain inner-city areas. Most of Baltimore's housing consists of row houses. Many of Baltimore's row houses date back to colonial times. The style and materials used in their constructions vary throughout the city. A sizable quantity of Baltimore's row houses are clad with formstone, a distinct feature of Baltimore's row houses, typically found in working class areas of the city. Marble Steps also set Baltimore's row houses distinct from other cities' row houses. Much like Philadelphia, some areas of the city that contain row houses are neglected.
The Maltese is a small breed of dog in the toy group. It descends from dogs originating in the Central Mediterranean Area. The breed name and origins are generally understood to derive from the Mediterranean island nation of Malta; however, the name is sometimes described with reference to the distinct Adriatic island of Malta, or a defunct Sicilian town called Melita. Characteristics include slightly rounded skulls, with a finger-wide dome, and a black button nose and eyes. The body is compact with the length equaling the height. The drop ears with long hair and, and surrounded by darker skin pigmentation, gives Maltese their expressive look. Their noses can fade and become pink or light brown in color without exposure to sunlight. This is often referred to as a "winter nose" and many times will become black again with increased exposure to the sun. Also, people believe that the Maltese was originally bred in different colors, but now only bred in white with occasional lemon or brown markings.
truly handicapped parking - Frank
I can't imagine how proud their parents must be that their kids made the news. Pictures and the rest of the story at the link: Shane Walker, Sarah Dae Walker: Couple who used Craigslist to solicit a dog for sex AVOID prison sentence. Jon.
Wow that shit is no laughing matter. But the weirdest part is, the broad ain't half bad lookin and she's got a pretty decent set of cans on her.
James and the Giant Peach is a popular children's novel written in 1961 by British author Roald Dahl. The original first edition published by Alfred Knopf featured illustrations by Nancy Ekholm Burkert. However, there have been various reillustrated versions of it over the years, done by Michael Simeon for the first British edition, Emma Chichester Clark, Lane Smith and Quentin Blake. It was adapted into a film of the same name in 1996. The plot centers on a young English orphan boy who enters a gigantic, magical peach, and has a wild and surreal cross-world adventure with six anthropomorphic insects he meets. Originally titled James and the Giant Cherry, Dahl changed it to James and the Giant Peach because a peach is "prettier, bigger and squishier" than a cherry. Because of the story's occasional macabre and potentially frightening content, it has become a regular target of the censors and is #56 on the American Library Association's top 100 list of most frequently challenged books.
Most of us are lucky enough to witness a few good lightning storms a year. Yet here in Venezuela's Catatumbo Delta, the sky lights up around 260 nights a year, according to some sources – 300, according to Highton – and for up to ten hours at a stretch. Close to 300 lightning bolts are also produced each hour. And all this in precisely the same area. Perfect if you're a photographer who wants to capture images of spectacular lightning storms. Bewildering and slightly ominous for less intrepid visitors to the region.
The Vienna Convention on Road Signs and Signals is an international treaty designed to increase road safety and aid international road traffic by standardising the signing system for road traffic (road signs, traffic lights and road markings) in use internationally. This convention was agreed upon by the United Nations Economic and Social Council at its Conference on Road Traffic in Vienna 7 October 1968 to 8 November 1968, was done in Vienna on 8 November 1968 and came into force 6 June 1978. This conference also produced the Vienna Convention on Road Traffic, which complements this legislation by standardising international traffic laws. It also specifies the symbols and pictograms which may be used, and the orientations in which they may be used. When more than one is available, the same one must be used nationally. All signs, except for those that do not apply at night, must be reflective enough to been seen in darkness with headlights from a distance.
mitt romney would pay 0.82 percent in taxes under paul ryan's plan? [see comment by marketkarma]
100 of the cheesiest ass movie quotes of all time - dying daughter's health insurance cut by wells fargo?