While I was never quite as much of a fan as the sequel as I was the original, today is indeed Back To The Future II day! Watch as teenagers react to the realization that today is the day Marty came to visit from 1985 and yet we still have no No Jaws 19 or $39k flying cars, we sure as shit don't have any dehydrated instant pizzas, and while the Chinese don't own everything yet, they're certainly working on it.
In the 1990s, the U.S. Army stopped using the term dog tags, replacing it with the designation ID tags. A persistent rumor is that debossed (imprinted with stamped in letters) dog tags were issued from World War II till the end of the Vietnam War and that currently the U.S. Armed Forces is issuing embossed (imprinted with raised letters) dog tags. In actuality, the U.S. Armed Forces issues dog tags with both types of imprinting, depending on the machine used at a given facility. The military issued 95% of their identification tags up until recently (within the past 10 years) with debossed text. The U.S. Armed Forces typically carry two identical oval dog tags containing: Last name, first name, middle initial; Social Security number; Blood Group; and Religion.
Well, it's been a couple of days since the Colt's less than tricky trick play, so you know what that means. Yep, the internet responds accordingly.
I had what I thought was a very clever challenge... to find Cock Rock. Or perhaps Cockodile Rock by Elton John? Anyway, turns out it is a rather well known beach attraction in Varel, Germany. You can almost make it out on Streetview here.
Hey Ernie,The Red pickup truck was parked outside the Pep Boys on Van Nuys in LA. The green and white sign was 3 Hermanos clothing store. And the full set of Amy parading here carpet-less clam around LA here. Nice stripper heels, but I think girlfriend needs to trade them in for some running shoes. Keep 'em coming, Tim
Hey Ernie, Your granite pillar is in St. Petersburg, Russia (the building is behind you). More of her cute little gash here. Keep 'em coming, Tim
William Henry Pratt, better known by his stage name Boris Karloff, was an English actor. Karloff is widely known for his roles in horror films and especially for his portrayal of Frankenstein's monster in Frankenstein (1931), The Mummy (1932), Bride of Frankenstein (1935), and Son of Frankenstein (1939), which resulted in his immense popularity. His best-known non-horror role is as the Grinch, as well as the narrator, in the animated television special of Dr. Seuss's How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966). For his contribution to film and television, Boris Karloff was awarded two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
American Werewolves not included: If your plans for Halloween aren't creepy enough for your liking, Airbnb is doing a pretty cool promotion that gives you a slight chance at having the creepiest Halloween of your whole life. It's a giveaway for a free one-night stay in the infamous Catacombs of Paris.
You want to hear some bullshit? Walmart has temporarily removed all 22LR ammo from their website, so Wikiarms is unable to track 22LR at the moment. Everything else is fine, but what the fuck?
And they sure don't make movies like they used to, do they? But I can only presume that the gift certificate sitting on the bookcase is to buy yet more DVDs. Can you tell me what's in her collection beyond what I can already recognize: Blow, Insomnia, Traffic, A Season of Family Guy, S.W.A.T., Old School, Blown Away, Office Space, and The In-Laws.