Aw fuck this whore. I bet this Murica girl could beat her ass -- show me exactly where they're meeting up for a showdown!
KQRC is a radio station licensed to Leavenworth, Kansas, and serves the Kansas City metropolitan area. The station's morning show, hosted by shock jock Johnny Dare, is regularly ranked atop the local Arbitron ratings. On September 26, 2010, KQRC was the first FM radio station in the country to release an app for the iOS operating system that offered an events list with Google Mapping, and push messaging. Every summer KQRC hosts Rockfest, currently the largest single-day music festival in North America. Past headliners include Disturbed, Godsmack, Staind, Seether, Stone Temple Pilots, and Korn.
Tongue and groove is a method of fitting similar objects together, edge to edge, used mainly with wood, in flooring, parquetry, panelling, and similar constructions. Tongue and groove joints allow two flat pieces to be joined strongly together to make a single flat surface. Before plywood became common, tongue and groove boards were also used for sheathing buildings and to construct concrete formwork. Each piece has a slot (the groove) cut all along one edge, and a thin, deep ridge (the tongue) on the opposite edge. The tongue projects a little less than the depth of the groove. Two or more pieces thus fit together closely. The joint is not normally glued, as shrinkage would then pull the tongue off.
Muhammad Ali was an American professional boxer, generally regarded as the most significant heavyweight in the history of the sport. Early in his career, Ali was known for being an inspiring, controversial and polarizing figure both inside and outside the boxing ring. He is one of the most recognized sports figures of the past 100 years, crowned "Sportsman of the Century" by Sports Illustrated and "Sports Personality of the Century" by the BBC. He also wrote several best-selling books about his career, including The Greatest: My Own Story and The Soul of a Butterfly.
So we had a rather eventful evening here in the normally quiet corner of Southwest Florida. First some asshole pulls up bext to a motorcycle stopped at a traffic light on Skyline Blvd, whips out a shotgun and shoots the motorcyclist dead on the spot. Said asshole then drives a couple of miles east -- into MY muthafuckin neighborhood -- enters the Circle K that I frequent about once a week, and shoots a fucking clerk dead. Said asshole then gets back into his car and is stopped by the Cape Coral Police Department as he is headed back to Skyline Blvd. Said asshole resists, and CCPD caps his ass.
The Barefoot Contessa is a 1954 drama film written and directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz about the life and loves of fictional Spanish sex symbol Maria Vargas. It stars Humphrey Bogart, Ava Gardner, and Edmond O'Brien. For his performance, O'Brien won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor and the corresponding Golden Globe. Mankiewicz was nominated for the Academy Award for Writing Original Screenplay. Although The Barefoot Contessa is considered one of Makiewicz's most glamorous "Hollywood" films, and one of the most glamorous of Golden Hollywood, The Barefoot Contessa was shot at the Cinecittà Studios in Rome, Italy. Exterior scenes were shot at Tivoli (the olive grove), Sanremo, and Portofino. The film was released in France undee the name "La Comtesse aux pieds nus".
But we're more worried about who is rude to who, and who pisses where.
YOUR GIMME MISSION: should you choose to accept it, is to find this view towards the Stratosphere on Streetview.
Here's something i don't get to type too often: batter takes his own foul ball to his own balls. With time delay pain goodness.
Coat rack, coat stand or a hatstand is an item of furniture on which clothes may be hung. A coat rack often refers to a set of hooks that are attached to a wall and is mainly used to hang coats and jackets. In a kitchen or bathroom environment the coat rack is often used to hang towels. In some cases, a coat rack refers to a self-standing piece of furniture. The self-standing variant is more often referred to as an hatstand and is mostly used to hang coats, jackets, umbrellas and hats.
I think what infuriates me the most about the gun control debate is the same people clamoring for "common sense" legislation have absolutely no fucking idea about what it is they're trying to legislate. You know why I don't write laws governing organ transplantation? Because I don't know fuck all about organ transplantation. You know why I don't write laws about international tax code? Because I don't know fuck all about international tax code. So can someone explain to me why both the Cunt from New York and the mad scientist from Vermont are calling for automatic weapons to be banned in response to the Orlando shooting? because it's pretty clear they don't know fuck all about automatic weapons.
Glass pipes combine form with function to create pieces that are both useful and beautiful. They are available in countless styles and colors, from extremely simple to wildly imaginative, and allow users a wide range of smoking experiences. Simple hand pipes are little more than glass tubes. At the other end of the spectrum, bubblers with double or even triple chambers approach engineering marvels with helical smoke chambers and ice reservoirs for cooling the smoke. Far more complex than windowpane glass, glass pipes are constructed with artistic skill and precise chemical formulas that result in colors and designs once thought impossible from glass.
So I was goofing around on Ebay this morning and stumbled across something that brought me back to my teenage years: railroad spikes. You see, back in the day me and the kids I grew up with would meet at my house on Marlow street and walk the railroad tracks to the bike trails by the barge canal about a mile and a half from my house. Along the way we'd get ourselves into all sorts of adventures/trouble. I jumped on Streetview and was able to pull up this. Now that big round tower -- not the DEA water tower on the left, but the concrete cylinder that's about three stories tall -- was at one point a coal fired boiler. At the base of it, just to the right was a big ass coal bunker, dug into the ground almost like a root cellar. it was about twenty feet square, four feet tall or so, and about half full of unused coal, weeds, dead animals, and who the fuck knows what else. At the time there were a functioning set of metal stairs that you could climb to get to the top of the tower. From there we would get a running start and run and jump over to the brick building on the left. It was about a fifteen foot gap, which we wouldn't have been able to make if the roof had not been about ten feet lower than the top of the boiler. At the base between the two structures were all sorts of things to fuck you up if you didn't make it: discarded scaffolding, a rusted out truck chassis, scrap metal, that sort of shit. Just to the right of that boiler, used to be a big fucking warehouse with triangular sky lights which weren't altogether unlike the ones from the Monroeville Mall in the original Dawn of the Dead. We used to stop at McDonalds along the way and buy burgers, and then climb up and 'picnic' on the warehouse roof.