So I've Googled "DEEA + EDY TONY" and "mediterranean sea derelict" and "ship cracked hull" and all sorts of shit like that, but still can't identify this ship. Any ideas?
Here are the winners and losers from the 2014 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Ford F150 FTW!
A virtual keyboard is a software component that allows a user to enter characters. A virtual keyboard can usually be operated with multiple input devices, which may include a touchscreen, an actual Computer keyboard and a computer mouse.
In a plan that even I'm not to keen on, Florida is moving to expand the Stand Your Ground law to allow for a warning shot to be fired. I'm not a fan for the simple reason, using a firearm to defend yourself is is the last-last resort. The very primise being, you had absolutely no other alternative than to use deadly force and you waited until the very last opportunity to do so. By firing a warning shot you are in fact demonstrating that you had other alternatives besides deadly force. Or whatever. I just think Angela Corey is out to buttfuck somebody.
Since you've already broken your old New Years Resolutions, here are ten new ones to work on.
Last week, Washington Nationals first baseman Adam LaRoche made headlines across the interwebs after a Facebook pic of him holding a dead mountain lion went viral. As you would expect, some people denounced LaRoche for slaughtering such a beautiful, majestic creature, while others praised his machismo and proclaimed him the manliest manly man in pro sports. Of course, regardless of where you stand on the issue, the fact is Adam LaRoche is hardly the first pro athlete to take an interest in shooting animals. Lots of pros, both past and present, have been avid hunters. Some you probably know and others you probably don't. But one thing is for sure: there is no shortage of them.
Astronaut training -- what do they call those training devices that they strap you into and then three rotating hoops spin you on all three axises? because I think that girl is in one.
Graco is a brand of baby products company owned by Newell Rubbermaid. It was founded in 1942 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by Russell Gray and Robert Cone as Graco Metal Products, a company that fabricated machine and car parts. After Gray left the company in 1953, Cone moved the company in a different direction, manufacturing the first automatic swing for children, the Swyngomatic, designed by Harold Kosoff in 1982. In 1987 the company developed the Pack N' Play Portable Playard portable playpen designed by Nate Saint. It also developed the combination stroller and child safety seat called the Travel System in the mid 90's.
Well this awesome short from Tilted Pictures, The First Wave, will leave you aching for more. In less than seven minutes, viewers will care more about the main character than they have about any zombie movie protagonist in the last 15 years. Except for maybe Shaun of the Dead.
It might not be the cinematic thrill ride that Naughty Dog has become known for over the course of the generation, but The Last of Us stands as the most interesting zombie-themed project released in 2013. Few games have managed to move me to tears. The Last of Us holds the honor of having pushed me to my emotional limit several times over the course of the game. It's an emotional rollercoaster wrapped into a post-apocalyptic survival horror experience. -IMC
anyone else ever confused jack black for zach galifianakis?