It's late february. You know what that means. It's almost Spring of 2013 so lots of birds migrating back and forth so take notice, bitches. because if I see you hit a Bald Eagle, I'm aiming Beg Red right at you. Tune in tomorrow to see if Uncle Sam makes it.
This is fucking hysterical: Triumph the Insult Comic Dog is suing Carnival Cruise Lines regarding the Carnival Triumph poop on debacle. Speaking of, how much would the sea level fall if every ship were removed all at once from the Earth's waters?
A rainbow flag is a multi-colored flag consisting of the colors of the rainbow. The actual colors shown differ, but many of the designs are based on the traditional scheme of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet, or some more modern division of the rainbow spectrum. The use of rainbow flags has a long tradition; they are displayed in many cultures around the world as a sign of diversity and inclusiveness, of hope and of yearning. There are several independent rainbow flags in use today. The most widely known worldwide is the pride flag representing gay pride. The peace flag is especially popular in Italy and the cooperative flag symbolizes the international co-operative movement.
If you're wondering how Switzerland can remain immune from attack -- even from goddamn bears -- there are several reasons, but let's start with this: the entire country is rigged to blow the fuck up. You heard me. There are at least 3,000 points of demolition built into bridges, highways, and railroads throughout the nation. And those are just the ones acknowledged by the government. Some of those beautiful mountains are hollow enough to fit whole military divisions. There are man-made rock slides waiting for the trigger. And all of these Wile E. Coyote traps weren't just set up and abandoned after World War II -- civil engineers undergo regular drills all the time. Beginning in 1963, every household was required to build its own shelter in case of nuclear attack. In fact, by the 1980s, the Swiss could shelter up to 83 percent of the population underground should the U.S. and USSR lose their shit. Added bonus: every man is required to join the military once he hits 19. That in itself isn't too weird; lots of countries have compulsory conscription. What's different about Switzerland is that once discharged from basic training, everyone takes their weapons home with them. They have to. Because it's the fucking law. And they can keep those guns forever, which is one reason why the only two countries that have more firearms per capita than Switzerland are the United States ('Merica!) and Yemen. Not that we can get accurate numbers, because gun registration isn't a thing in Switzerland. Meanwhile, Syrian Air Force fighter aircraft fired into a gas station, packed with civilians, right at the arrival of a large shipment of fuel. Not safe for lunch.
Hey Ern! Here are some pretty cool album covers. I wonder how many of these are actually worth anything today. Keep up the good work and Beef Curtains for Life!!!!! Eric.
I Googled the phrase "discendo umori" which seems to be Italian and translates to "descend moods" but somehow, I think I'm missing something.
The beautiful Nicole Mejia strapped on some boxing gloves for one of the fun looks from her photoshoot. Then she put on some sexy lingerie and thigh highs along with other hot outfits as she showed off her amazing curves. You're welcome.
Eye cancers can be primary (starts within the eye) and metastatic cancer (spread to the eye from another organ). The two most common cancers that spread to the eye from another organ are breast cancer and lung cancer. Tumors in the eye and orbit can be benign like dermoid cysts, or malignant like rhabdomyosarcoma and retinoblastoma. The most common eyelid tumor is called basal cell carcinoma. This tumor can grow around the eye but rarely spreads to other parts of the body. Other types of common eyelid cancers include squamous carcinoma, sebaceous carcinoma and malignant melanoma.
retrospective in anticipation of the 85th academy awards: best picture oscar winners
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