These days people will forget about any type of social norms or dignity just to immortalize a moment they consider to be unique. But what's even worse than that is that some people will take a selfie at the most inappropriate time just so they will have something interesting to post on Facebook. Sure, some of these people could be appreciated for their bravery, but one can only appreciate so much when faced with one of the uttermost acts of stupidity of our age, the selfie. #8 has a wide stance.
Okay, I need some help: I spent some time browsing the Costco website, specifically the items offered by Little Giant, but so can't find this specific item.
Cleveland Browns' Rookie linebacker Christian Kirksey is listed at 6'2 and 235 pounds according to the team's roster. But this appears to be a gross exaggeration, at least on the Madden NFL 2015 where Kirksey measures only 14 inches tall thanks to a glitch in the programming. But the tiny version of Kirksey has a big heart and still manages to make plays, bringing down runners five times larger than him and breaking up passes. So join me for a little two-minute stroll down memory lane as we watch the evolution of Madden NFL as demonstrated by recreating the final drive of the 1998 NFC Wild Card Game between the 49ers and Packers with 10 different editions of the game: 1989, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2008, 2011, 2012, and 2014.
I made my donation to vets at Bank of America. Rhodes
Ernie, Don't know if the monkey logo was answered yet, but that is from the Puba Network. The Crazy iamslivan, horror and adult film director is co founder. He has one of the coolest collection of old school horror posters and movie memorabilia. Love the site, long time lurker since the old days. Paul
Okay, I need some more help: this is a very eclectic to-do list: nice coat, black Ugg boots, Betsy Jewelry, long hair, and a puppy. Can you make out any of the top items?
The M82, standardized by the US Military as the M107, is a recoil-operated, semi-automatic .50 caliber anti-materiel rifle developed by the American Barrett Firearms Manufacturing company. A heavy Special Application Scoped Rifle, it is used by many units and armies around the world. It is also called the "Light Fifty" for its .50 BMG (12.7×99mm NATO) chambering. The weapon is found in two variants, the original M82A1 and the bullpup M82A2. And if you have a metric shit-ton of money burning a hole in your pocket -- and by metric shit-ton I mean just over $10k -- then you can own one of these bad boys your own damn self. It comes with the with the BORS system and is available in either .50 BMG or 416 Barrett, although be advised if you pick .50BMG, it's $3 every time you pull the trigger. But I suppose if you're dropping $10k+ on a fucking rifle, what's another $3?
I've signed a lot of souveniers as going away gifts during my military years: plaques, maps, photos, hats, tshirts, bomb fins and bullet casings.... but never an umbrella. Who the fuck signs umbrella?
Big E! Well, sadly found out they are only there on Friday afternoons, two Russian
broads women, scamming us American's out of our dollar bills. Also found out they have a bunch of characters, Mickey Mouse, Buzz Lightyear, etc... that walk up to people and pose with kids. Then they shoot a card from their hand begging for tips. The nipples are real though. Peace, Kurt
This appears to be where the Upper Dicker pic was taken. Looks like someone stole the sign. I would have, too, Timothy
Those big hotel towels are so soft, so absorbent -- they're like Bounty on steroids. No wonder you're tempted to take one home when you check out. Be forewarned that when you and your pilfered towel walk out the lobby door, an alarm may go off somewhere. At least three U.S. hotels are using radio frequency identification chips sewn into the fabric to track their towels, bathrobes and sheets. A Honolulu hotel that uses RFID chips to track linens saw the theft of pool towels drop from 4,000 a month to only 750, The New York Times reports, reducing replacement costs by $16,000 monthly!
Yesterday, Google announced the latest phase of their ongoing plan to conquer the planet. It's Project Wing, an experimental delivery system that works through the use of drones flying through the air. If that sounds familiar, it's because we know that Amazon is also working on a similar idea. It's a little bit crazy to think that there are now two competing automated air drone delivery systems in the works, but I guess that's what it's like to live in the 21st century.
Do you know what lies deep below New York's Grand Central Terminal? Almost no one who passes through every day has any idea what lies beneath their feet.
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