We've all heard Brian Williams rap Bust a Move. We've all heard Walter White sing My Way. So now treat yourself to what can only be the greatest fucking thing evar -- and it took less than 48 hours to create, I'd like to point out -- Badger's Star Animated Trek Script Also, holy shit. Walt's cancer is back.
A lunge can refer to any position of the human body where one leg is positioned forward with knee bent and foot flat on the ground while the other leg is positioned behind. It is used by athletes in cross-training for sports, by weight-trainers as a fitness exercise, and by yogis as part of an asana regimen. Lunges are a good exercise for strengthening, sculpting and building several muscles/muscle groups, including the quadriceps (or thighs), the gluteus maximus (or buttocks) as well as the hamstrings. A long lunge emphasizes the gluteals whereas a short lunge emphasizes the quadriceps.
How stupid are these two girls? They put this swing way too close to that wall to be able to swing.
WOULD YOU RATHER: get dragged to a One Direction concert, or have to get a training camp haircut?
The difference between fantasy and science fiction is, the latter tries to remain partially grounded in the real world while the former does not. As a result, while no one has ever actually seen a Hobbit or a Tesseract cube, there are a number of science fiction ideas that have become reality, and that's pretty fucking awesome. Today we're going to take a look at some of these prescient scifi predictions. Not all of them have been realized exactly as they were envisioned -- or at least, not yet -- but we've come pretty goddamn close on a lot of them.
Man, with the Twin Towers gone, I really do miss the old New York skyline.
The tug driver never gave the command to release the brakes. He just started towing. The book says, if you do this, the front wheel could be separated from the aircraft. Guess what... they were dead right - it did! In the last photo, remember, it's the aircraft you are supposed to be looking at, not the female photographer. Ken.
Three Rivers Stadium was a multi-purpose stadium located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania from 1970 to 2000. It was home to the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Pittsburgh Steelers, the city's Major League Baseball (MLB) and National Football League (NFL) franchises, respectively. Built as a replacement to Forbes Field, which opened in 1909, the US$55 million ($325.1 million today) multi-purpose facility was designed to maximize efficiency. Ground was broken in April 1968 and an oft behind-schedule construction plan lasted for 29 months. After its closing, Three Rivers Stadium was imploded in 2001, and the Pirates and Steelers each moved into newly built stadiums.
I feel like I should publish some updated guide to the internet or something -- remember me preaching about how you should snap up some 30 round PMAGs while you can (e.g. before the inevitable next rush) -- well you still can, or if you're so inclined, Magpul just released 40 rounders. They're not quite as cost effective as the 30 rounders -- the new 40's will set you back $20 each, as compared to about $12 each for the 30's. But the plus side is the 40's come with the dust covers that used to come standard on the 30's, but no longer do. And as always, I ain't just whistlin Dixie.
Well, well, well. Who's the big man, now?
In boating, a fender is a bumper used to absorb the kinetic energy of a boat or vessel berthing against a jetty, quay wall or other vessel. Fenders are used to prevent damage to boats, vessels and berthing structures, and are typically manufacturered out of rubber, foam elastomer or plastic. Yachts, and small leisure craft typically have mobile fenders which are placed between the boat and the dock as the boat approaches the dock. Docks and other marine structures, such as canal entrances and bases of bridges, have permanent fenders placed to avoid damage from boats.
Zero Dark Thirty is a 2012 war film directed by Kathryn Bigelow and written by Mark Boal. Billed as "the story of history's greatest manhunt for the world's most dangerous man", the film dramatizes the decade-long manhunt for Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States, leading to the eventual discovery of his compound in Pakistan, and the military raid on that compound that resulted in his death in May 2011. The film's graphic depiction of torture has generated controversy, with some critics describing it as pro-torture propaganda, as torture is shown as producing reliably useful and accurate information.
Meanwhile, at a Walmart somewhere in the UK.
ghost army: the inflatable tanks that fooled hitler -