Sometime Saturday morning, this article came across my news feed as one of Facebook's recommended articles. Also, big fucking surprise Facebook, time to review your algorithm. So I'm sipping my morning cup of java and nursing a small hangover, and then we get the point that really frosts my ass, "The ‘responsible gun owner'- passenger decided that this was a good time to run away, apparently with gun in hand." Look, I can appreciate the fact that some people don't like guns. I can appreciate the fact that some people are even anti-gun. But why the incessant need for these people to use the tongue-in-cheek 'responsible gun owner' label? So in between sips of coffee I decided to do a little Facebook stalking and politely engage the author in a discussion over her choice of words. I was very polite, very non-confrontational, I didn't hit her with a barrage of brutally honest facts, or try to argue the merits of owning a firearm. I simply tried to explain the different between a responsible and irresponsible gun owner. And now I'm blocked.
The Blue Hawaii was invented in 1957 by Harry Yee, legendary head bartender of the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Waikiki, Hawaii when a sales representative of Dutch distiller Bols asked him to design a drink that featured their blue color of curacao liqueur. After experimenting with several variations he settled on a version somewhat different from the most popular version today, but with the signature blue color, pineapple wedge, and cocktail umbrella. Modern recipes for The Blue Hawaii contain made of rum, pineapple juice, blue curacao, sweet and sour mix, and sometimes vodka as well. It should not be confused with the similarly named Blue Hawaiian cocktail that contains creme of coconut instead of sweet and sour mix.
Old and busted: Major Leage Baseball's interactive salary vs performcence chart. The new hotness: National Football's League's players vs crimes chart. You know, there was a time when the Raiders would have ruled this chart -- right along with the AFC West -- but through respectable felonies like stealing cars and starting bar fights, not hitting women. Ah, the good ol days. We already knew Ray Rice had knocked his wife out cold in the elevator of an Atlantic City casino. Now we have all seen the video, so today we should also take a look at 11 other douchebag famous pro athletes accused of domestic violence over the years. Tragically, the list is far from comprehensive, it's just the tip of the iceberg.
The Logitech Harmony One Universal remote is a must have for any self respecting guy. This remote makes setting up and operating any home theater a breeze. The Logitech Harmony one advanced universal remote control is one of the most ergonomically designed remotes we've ever laid our hands on. The large color screen is brilliant and intuitive, simply press one button, be it, play a DVD or listen to the radio and the remote will turn on the devices you need and turn off ones you don't.
I've always known Snoop Dogg's real name was Calvin Broadus. What I didn't know is like me, he's a junior but has a middle name more fucked up than mine.
Okay, I'm a little pissy about this one, as I'm like 99% positive I've featured one of this woman's photos before.... what brand of beer is she drinking? I can't help but think we've done her before, yes? Or, no?
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The Pink Panther is the main and title character in the opening and closing credit sequences of every film in The Pink Panther series except for A Shot in the Dark and Inspector Clouseau. His popularity spawned a series of theatrical shorts, merchandise, a comic book, and television cartoons. He starred in 124 short films, 10 television shows and three prime time specials. Owens Corning have featured the character for many years as an advertising mascot for their pink-colored residential building insulation.
Attention holiday shoppers: Microsoft announces Xbox 360 holiday value bundles. Think a 500 GB bundle with Call of Duty: Ghosts and Call of Duty: Black Ops II along with one month of Xbox Live Gold access for $249. You're welcome.