So this guy took an old Mosin crate and built a really fucking bitching coffee table. I know, who would have expected a coffe table to be cool, right? So I checked around Armslist for a crate of my own, and the only one I could find was in Greenville, South Carolina. I really would like to try and do this, anyone have a suggestion on where to pick up a crate?
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Steven Ho is a Chinese American martial artist, entrepreneur, stunt coordinator, and stuntman. Known as one of the first martial arts tricksters in open martial art competitions and early pioneers of non-traditional forms (NASKA), Ho helped to popularize the 540 kick and the Hawkeye Kick in the mid-eighties. Many consider Ho's influence, particularly his 540 kick, to be the beginning of the tricking movement. Ho is a regular and popular guest of The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien. On the well-received segments, Ho would typically inflict apparent pain to Conan O'Brien while he aggressively taught the host the basics of stunt fighting. March 1, 2012 marked Ho's fourth appearance on Conan, and Ho's seventh time on television with the host (including The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien). This segment focused on Ho teaching Conan how to utilize everyday home items as weapons for self-defense. Ho's lesson focused on hairspray, a plastic comb, coffee in a cup, a Sharpie pen, and a baby stroller. Meanwhile in Lebanon!
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The school semester has started and even pets are hard at work studying for their exams. What might these pets be studying for, you ask? I'm sure the cats are most definitely planning on taking over the world. What do you think?
A wardrobe, also known as an armoire from the French, is a standing closet used for storing clothes. The earliest wardrobe was a chest, and it was not until some degree of luxury was attained in regal palaces and the castles of powerful nobles that separate accommodation was provided for the apparel of the great. The name of wardrobe was then given to a room in which the wall-space was filled with cupboards and lockers, the drawer being a comparatively modern invention. From these cupboards and lockers the modern wardrobe, with its hanging spaces, sliding shelves and drawers, evolved slowly.
Here's a story, and it's true. While shooting the Andy Kaufman biopic Man on the Moon, Jim Carrey received an invite to the Playboy Mansion and agreed to go -- so long as he could attend as Tony Clifton, which was Andy Kaufman's famously abrasive alter ego. Carrey made Hefner promise not to tell anyone that he would be the one playing Tony Clifton. Heffner agreed, but while Carrey was getting ready for the party, he found out that Hefner ruinedg the bit by telling everyone that Jim Carrey was coming to the party as Tony Clifton. Now back when Kaufman would play the Clifton character, he would swear up and down that he wasn't Andy Kaufman. Occasionally, to throw people off the scent, he would have his friend, the comedian Bob Zmuda, play the role for him. Which is exactly what Carrey did. So at the Playboy Mansion, Zmuda went around the party making obscene proposals to all the women in attendance, most of whom gladly accepted for the chance to sleep with Jim Carrey... cough... cough... Jenny McCarthy... cough... cough... Eventually, Jim Carrey walked into the party as himself, and -- as Zmuda puts it -- Hefner just about had a stroke. Hef asked Carrey who the hell was playing the Tony Clifton character and Carrey played dumb. It was just like Kaufman would have done it! Well, except for the part where Zmuda was taken out back so Hef's goons could beat the shit out of him. Meanwhile in Libya!
You'll be disappointed. They're horrible, horrible, horrible, horrible photos. So much so, that if I were her I wouldn't give a shit they were out there. Meanwhile in America!
There are many different kinds of gambling slot machines in places such as Las Vegas, as well as casinos modeled after those in Las Vegas, including those operated on Native American reservations. Some of the most popular are the video poker machines, in which players hope to obtain a set of symbols corresponding to a winning poker hand. Depending on the machine, players can play one, 100, or more hands at one time. Multi-line slot machines have become more popular since the 1990s. These machines have more than one payline, meaning that visible symbols that are not aligned on the main horizontal may be considered for winning combinations. Reel slot machines commonly have three or five paylines, while video slot machines may have 9, 15, 25, or as many as 100 different paylines. Most video slot machines have a themed game, some of which feature graphics and music based on popular entertainers, motion pictures or TV programs (The Addams Family, I Dream of Jeannie, The Wizard of Oz, Happy Days, etc.) with a bonus round. Most accept variable amounts of credit to play with 1 to 15 credits per line being typical. The higher the amount bet, the higher the payout will be.
"Gangnam Style" is a 2012 K-pop single by the South Korean rapper PSY. Gangnam Style is widely praised for its humor, catchy rhythm as well as Psy's unusual dance moves that have introduced many people to K-pop. First released on July 15, 2012, it entered the Gaon Chart singles chart at number one upon release and is the most viewed K-pop song on YouTube. The rapidly growing popularity and international recognition of the previously little known South Korean rapper Psy's big hit "Gangnam Style" has also spawned a lot of other user generated videos related to it. They include various reaction videos and parodies, some of the more popular ones have received millions of views. Meanwhile in NOWHERE.
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