Okay, I have a rather difficult photo challenge for you today. The majority of the clues can be seen in this blowup. Looking at the bus advertising and subsequently searching for 680 AM radio stations, we have the following major cities to choose from: WRKO in Boston, WCBM in Baltimore, KNBR in San Francidsco, WPTF in Raleigh, WNZK in Detroit, WCNN in Atlanta, and WHBE in Louisville. based upon other factors in the photo, I'm going to draw the conclusion that we're dealing with either Baltimore or Atlanta. From that, I believe the 201 at the top of the bus is the local route numbers and therefore we can remove Baltimore from our pool of suspects since Baltimore's MTA route numbers only go up to 160 and Atlanta's MARTA numbers have a route 201 Six Flags Over Georgia. So, armed with that information, do you have the balls> to show me where that photo was taken?
Eva Longoria is fucking out, Cody Horn is fucking in: the hottest NGA WAGs of 2014. No seriously, check out Cody Horn, she's gorgeous.
Aussie is an international cosmetics brand. Its products are focused solely on hair care, such as shampoos, conditioners, hair serums, gels and sprays. It is marketed as a product of Australia due to its inclusion of certain natural ingredients found from the country itself. Thus, its logo is a kangaroo, and, similarly, its slogan is "Roo Your 'Do!". However, the brand is in fact manufactured by Procter & Gamble, an American company, which bought the brand in 2003. Aussie's Sprunch hair products are for straight, wavy and curly hair to fix problems such as frizz, dryness, flat hair, and damaged hair.
If you're looking like a celebrity would you take advantage of drunk or naive people who think that by seeing you they've actually met that celebrity? Or you'd just politely refuse and say that that's not you. Well, some of you might, but as you can see here, some people just said fuck it and went along with the confusion. The Mike Tyson face tattoo one made me LOL.
If you're using either of Wikiarms' iOS or Android apps, it now supports supports filters for steel, reloads and subsonic ammunition. So same as the main site, just that ability has been ported over to their mobile app.
The world's first winged car, known today as a winged sprint car, was created and driven by Jim Cushman at the Columbus Motor Speedway in 1958. In the early 1970s, many sprint car drivers began to put wings with sideboards on both the front and top of their cars. The added wings increased the downforce generated on the car, with the opposite direction of the sideboards helping to turn the car in the corners. The increased traction makes the car faster and easier to control. The wing also affects safety; the added downforce lessens the likelihood of going airborne. When cars do go airborne, the wings frequently break off or absorb some of the impact of the flip, lessening the impact on the driver.
The Yakuza have some insane traditions, including removing part of the little finger, beheadings of international business executives, and tattoos that cover most of the body. The process to create these tattoos is called Tebori, which involves nothing more than a needle and ink and can take months to create and is a testament to pain tolerance and devotion to the Yakuza.
Dragon's Lair is a laserdisc video game published by Cinematronics in 1983. In the game, the protagonist Dirk the Daring is a knight attempting to rescue Princess Daphne from the evil dragon Singe who has locked the princess in the foul wizard Mordroc's castle. Due to hardware limitations of the era, artists were greatly restricted in the detail they could achieve using that technique; the resolution, framerate and number of frames were severely constrained. Dragon's Lair overcame those limitations by tapping into the vast storage potential of the LaserDisc, but imposed other limitations on the actual gameplay. Dragon's Lair is currently one of only three video games -- along with Pong and Pac-Man -- in storage at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.
"In the 10 years since the previous ban lapsed, even gun control advocates acknowledge a larger truth: The law that barred the sale of assault weapons from 1994 to 2004 made little difference. It turns out that big, scary military rifles don't kill the vast majority of the 11,000 Americans murdered with guns each year. Little handguns do. Annually, 5,000 to 6,000 black men are murdered with guns. Black men amount to only 6 percent of the population." ... What's, NRA propogands, you may ask? Nope, it's Lois Beckett of the New York Fucking Times finally coming clean.