Futurama: The Beast with a Billion Backs is a 2008 American animated science-fiction comedy film, the second of the four Futurama straight-to-DVD films. The film was released in the United States and Canada on June 24, 2008, followed by a UK release on June 30, 2008 and an Australian release on August 6, 2008. It has been confirmed by David X. Cohen on the audio commentary that the title refers to a phrase for sexual intercourse -- "the beast with two backs" -- that originated in English with Shakespeare's Othello. Comedy Central aired the movie as a "four-part epic" on October 19, 2008. The movie won an Annie Award for "Best Animated Home Entertainment Production".
Does anyone remember this virgin 1985 Camaro IROC what was discovered in a shipping container? Well, looks like it's been reconditioned.
Out of the 39 000 men and women that make up the United States Coast Guard there are only 280 rescue swimmers. This is because we are the Coast Guard's elite. We are the best of the best. When storms shut down entire ports, we go out. When hurricanes ground the United States Navy, we go out. And when the holy Lord himself reaches down from heaven and destroys his good work with winds that rip houses off the ground, We. Go. Out.
Okay, three photo challenges to carry you through the weekend, each with varying degrees of difficulty. Now, even those new to the idea should be able to find where this black scooter was parked. But with fewer clues to work with, finding this roll down door on Streetview should present a more difficult challenge.
These Sig Sauer P250 Compacts are used but you couldn't tell it. All 9mm compacts with night sights, original box, and two 15rd mags.
Hey, Well holy shit, I never thought I would come across my suburb in Brisbane for one of these location challenges. The photo which you have on the site is quite outdated, retravision is no longer there anymore but the chemist and subway are. Here is a street view link of the area in question. The area in question where she is standing is on Wynnum Road outside of Wynnum Plaza. The right side of the road has been completely redeveloped to have a fire station and an estate built there, oh I would say about 7 to 10 years ago. The more you know. Dan.
Hi Ernie, The plattenservice is clearly Germany, the small road has a sing ending with "strasse", which is german, in swedish it would be [some crazy shit in Eudora]. I actually speak both languages! Judging by the looks of the road, it is probably eastern germany, not many cities left in the western part with cobble roads and a tram… Greetings from Oldenburg, Germany! Nils
Hey Ernie, Your platten service is in Germany, specifically Brandenburg, even more specifically, here at Hauptstra 56. I was able to find this site and come up with enough clues to narrow the search down, but because of their fucked up privacy laws, not a lot of Street View in Deutschland. . I did however, come up with this pic that shows the same background signs as well as the round building in the distance. Keep 'em coming, Tim
Yeah, the furthest you can go back in Streetview is 2007, and I guess that explains the poor quality of the image itself... an old ass camera. Curious note though, if anyone is curious why the Hungry Jack's logo looks exactly like our Burger King logo, there's good reason. I've heard the story before, but haven't actuially seen an example "in real life" until now.
And if you think you're good enough, I will present the final photo challenge for today with absolutely no context other than to say: Find this blue arrow. And if you find yourself hungry this weekend while you're tracking all three of these locations down, just head to a Jets game. Trust me.