The Ultimate Warrior (born James Brian Hellwig) was an American professional wrestler best known for his appearances in the World Wrestling Federation from 1987 to 1991 and again in 1992 and 1996. He was a two-time WWF Intercontinental Champion and won the WWF Championship when he pinned Hulk Hogan in the main event of WrestleMania VI making him the only wrestler in the history of the company to hold both the WWF Championship and the Intercontinental Championship at the same time. Hellwig legally changed his name to Warrior in 1993 which is also the last name of his wife and children. The cool thing about Warrior was that he wasn’t just a guy pretending to be a maniac in the ring, but instead was an actual legitimately insane person with political views to match. Warrior died on April 8, 2014 at the age of 54, three days after being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame and one day after reappearing on WWE Raw.
Every place I searched to try and find some Garnier Ambre Solaire Sun Oil spray seemed to be out of stock, so I don't know where this girl got her bottle from.
Fuze Beverage, commercially referred to as simply Fuze (pronunciation: fu-zee), is a manufacturer of teas and non-carbonated fruit drinks enriched with vitamins. Currently the brand consists of five vitamin-infused lines: Slenderize, Refresh, Tea, Defensify, and Vitalize. The use of vitamins, amino acids, and herbs, and alternative sweeteners such as crystalline fructose places Fuze products in what is known in the industry as the "new age" beverage category. In 2009, Fuze entered into an agreement to sell its products fountain-style in over 22,000 Subway sandwich shops. Leveraging Coke's distribution system and relationships, sales more than doubled from 2007 to 2008.
Charlize Theron has a nice glabella. I can't stand too much barm. I am known for my griffonage. Yeah, you would never have guessed these common everyday things have actual names.
Not sure if you saw this one.... ...but probably something close. Shit's getting real out there; the supporters of Cliven Bundy are calling it the next Ruby Ridge/Waco. Ron
Nevada cattle rancher Cliven Bundy is appealing for help to stop the Federal Bureau of Land Management and the FBI from removing his 900 or so cattle. He claims his family have owned 600,000 acres of Gold Butte since 1870. The federal government claims that the cattle are trespassing on arid and fragile habitat of the endangered desert tortoise. Heavily armed federal officers, equipped with 9 helicopters and backed up with snipers, have descended on the land. As a gentle reminder, when federal agents are squared off against the Mexican drug cartels? They're only allowed beanbags guns. Meanwhile, Feds have
removed rusted hundreds of the cattle in the past two weeks and when Bundy's son tried to film federal agents doing so, they arrested him for violating a "First Amendment Area". The federal authorities say that Bundy has refused to pay for grazing rights for 20-years. Bundy has said the land is his and his constitutional rights are being trampled on. Meanwhile, the head of the Department of Justice is openly telling lawmakers to go piss up a rope. So yeah as I watch these events unfold, my face filled with surprise and wonder, I do indeed think shit is about to get very real.
I think if the Bureau of Land Management shoudl focus their efforts into more worthwhle ventures that don't infringe upon Americans' rights. For example, 13 billion pounds of paper towels are used in the U.S. every year. If all Americans used one less paper towel a day, 571,230,000 pounds of paper would be spared over the course of the year.
And from the If-You-Blinked-You-Missed-It department: the limited-edition Mopar 2014 Challenger -- and when I say limited, I mean only 100 built making it the rarest limited-production Dodge Challenger offered to date -- has sold out the first day after being made available to dealers.
Wow, good memory dude. I caught that redfish was way back in November of 2005, almost nine years and 45 lbs ago. Time flies, eh?
Some people will look back at this era of Major League Baseball, note the drop in batting averages and ERAs, and call it “The Golden Age of the Pitcher.” Not me, though. When I look at the game right now, the most noteworthy trend I see is not the dominance of pitchers but the preponderance of splendid facial hair. So in my book, this is the "Golden Age of the King Leonidas Beard." So who is leading the way in this facial hair revolution? Let's let today’s list answers that question. Take a look.
I am pretty sure that this Super 8 Motel parking lot is where this photo was taken.
how cool? super cool: