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January 31, 2015

Insert Your Favorite Weekend Joke Here.

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January 30, 2015

You Can't Lose A War If You Have Command Of The Air, And You Can't Win A War If You Haven't.

The Doolittle Raid, also known as the Tokyo Raid, on 18 April 1942, was an air raid by the United States on the Japanese capital Tokyo and other places on Honshu island during World War II, the first air raid to strike the Japanese Home Islands. It demonstrated that Japan itself was vulnerable to American air attack, served as retaliation for the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941, and provided an important boost to U.S. morale while damaging Japanese morale. The raid was planned and led by Lieutenant Colonel James "Jimmy" Doolittle, U.S. Army Air Forces. Sixteen U.S. Army Air Forces B-25B Mitchell medium bombers were launched without fighter escort from the U.S. Navy's aircraft carrier USS Hornet deep in the Western Pacific Ocean, each with a crew of five men. Yesterday, Lieutenant Colonel Edward Saylor, one of four surviving Doolittle Raiders who attacked Japan in the daring 1942 mission, passed way at the age of 94.

The Boxed Water container is far more sustainable than plastic bottled water. About 76% of the box is from a renewable resource, trees. trees used to make their box come from certified, well managed forests. These forests remain healthy and stable through ongoing replanting while removing CO2 from the atmosphere. The folks at Boxed Water is Better really care about the world's water supply, and 10% of their profit is donated to world water relief foundations. They feel that anyone who consumes the product is in a privileged position and it's important that part of their spending goes to help those who are not as privileged.

I'm a fucking fanatic about saving my receipt. Major purchases, of course, not rinky dink trips to the grocery store. But I don't litter either, and I'm glad this girl is picking up her receipt instead of just leaving it on the ground. Tell me, where does she do her food shopping?

I found the location in Torrance, California. It's in front of 1600 Cabrillo Ave, and it looks like the bench was there in 2003 according to google history, but its been gone for a while. Rick

Hey Ernie. First the requisite ass kissing... Great site, love it, keep up the good work. The purple DVD in the rack next to the beautiful, and well groomed babe is The Prince of Egypt. Take care, Eric R [Ernie says: It's worth noting that about 3 minutes later, Tim followed Eric up with the same correct answer...]

The Zastava M-70 is an air-cooled, magazine-fed, selective fire rifle developed and produced in Kragujevac, Serbia by Zastava Arms company. The design of the M-70 was based on modified Soviet AK-47 and AKM assault rifles and it became the standard issue weapon in the Yugoslav People's Army in 1970. The receiver of the M-70 is 1.5 mm thick, compared to the 1 mm thick receiver of the AKM, making it more rigid. Likewise, the barrel is not chrome-lined, making it more accurate than a standard AKM, but at the cost of increased susceptibility to corrosion. This weapon is also available as a modern sporting rifle ($449!), only without the select fire capabiliy, obviously.

Healer Products, Inc. is a manufacturer of first aid kits, burn kits, emergency CPR kits, personal protection kits, medicinal products and eyewash stations like burn treatment supplies, CPR equipment and emergency wash equipment. According to their company profile, their headquarters is located at 120 South Columbia Ave, in Mount Vernon, NY, but that seems like too much of a shithole to manufacture such nice first aid kits.

Ernie, think that printer is an HP Photosmart C5280 All in One Printer. Thanks, Jim

The printer looks like an HP Photosmart C5580. I guess it could be a different C5500 series model but I don't know how you could tell from that photo. Tom

I'm sorry but if you only clean your espresso machine once a week -- on Saturday evenings, to be precise -- and only soak and scrub the coffee pots on Sunday morning? Bitch please, there is no fucking way in hell I'm buying coffee there. That's just fucking nasty.

Many little girls, and even grown women, would love to have their hair plaited and beaded in a beautifully exotic style. It is on of the trademark services offered along Seminyak's beaches. It's a lovely treat to have funky hair on holiday, complete with pretty beads. The cost of hair braiding in Bali will vary with length of hair, and takes between 2-3 hours to complete. They last for 2-3 weeks and you can continue washing your hair whilst they are braided.

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January 29, 2015

I Always Remember You Fondly, John Carmack.

Attention old school DOOM fans. Here's a great way to pass 22 minutes of your lunch break. Just sit back and watch this new Doom II world record, where a guy completes the ENTIRE fucking game -- without cheat codes and without being killed once -- in just under 22 minutes. To watch him complete some of these levels is absolutely mesmerizing; ones that took me 20 minutes to blunder through, he finishes in 50, sometimes 40 seconds. It really is a great way to take a short jaunt down memory lane and at the same time be genuinely entertained.

A few weeks ago someone paired wine with Girl Scout cookies. Then they paired beer with Girl Scout cookies. My God, what's next, bourbon? Yep, they just paired bourbon with Girl Scout cookies. You're welcome.

I never played Jai Alai, but there is something special about watching skinny men hurl rubber and goatskin covered balls at 200 mph. While I doubt you can exact the same hurt as the most lethal ball of any sport, you can send tennis balls flying at a high rate with this plastic xistera. Styled like the handheld xistera used by actual jai alai players, the plastic contraption takes on the same curved wicker basket shape for sending tennis balls flying remarkable distances.

I suspect a parent will have the best chance with this photo challenge; towards the bottom of the DVD rack is How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days -- but what's that purple DVD towards the top? My Spidey senses tell me it's animated.

Hey Ernie, My Boss Lady is ready to cover my ass with her M&P 9 when we're out and about in some of our beloved city's finer neighborhoods. Looking for your input on a waistband holster. My BL has similar features and I wondered what you're take is on a holster for the fairer sex? Rob in Rochester, NY

Ernie. 1)The mutt's doing OK- she has the wife and I trained quite well. Still terrified of everything, but at least she's figured out as long as she's with us life is OK. Two pictures - one with her sleeping in the wifes dirty pants, and the other where I've tucked her in one of my dirty shirts. 2) Enclosed, a DIY 22LR reloading/cartridge rebuilding kit. Seems pretty slick - think I'll order one. - Larry

Personally, I am not altogether impressed with the longevity of the Remora holsters. Fresh out of the packaging, it was pretty awesome. I put the holster on and did a few ass shakes and squats and twists, and really expected the gun to start sliding down into my underwear. Much to my surprise, the little rubber nubbies were grippy as shit and held onto everything. But as minutes turned into weeks, I noticed a steady decline in the Remora's ability to stay put. The little rubber nubbies that are so great at holding itself in place are also great at holding onto: dirt, dust, lint from your clothes, oils from your skin, and a multitude of other shit. Now you can take an alcohol wipe and go after it every so often, but much like a kid's jelly toy that you throw at a wall, it never quite regains the sticky grippiness it had when you first got it. Here's a photo of my Remora -- notice all the white lint that's stuck to the rubber nubbies -- and I literally just wiped it down with an alcohol wipe 10 seconds before this photo was taken. Which is why mine has been demoted to sitting-on-the-computer-desk holster.

If you're looking for an inexpensive IWB holster, pick up some inexpensive Uncle Mike's somewhere; no frills, but it gets the job done and with it physically clasping over the top of your pants, you don't get that droopy feeling. If you don't prefer a custom made holster specifically designed for your carry gun, consider a kydex holder from someone like RDR Holsters -- just let therm know what pistol you would like a holster for and what type of mag pouch (single, double, 2 singles), flashlights, carry knives, or whatever. You can check out what they've done so far on their Facebook page or their main website.

As for reloading .22 I honestly had to look and make sure it wasn't a hoax site. My first thought would be, why? I mean I understand that yes .22lr is in high demand right now and finding some locally can be somewhat of a challenge, but it's still readily available online and .22 ammo is still relatively inexpensive when compared to other calibers. My second thought would be, how? You prime a rimfire cartridge as follows: powdered primer is dropped into the empty case, which is then spon and centrifugal force disperses the primer evenly throughout the hollow rim of the cartridge. When that round is fired, the firing pin crushes a portion of that hollow rim; that damage can't be undone. So if you try to reload by dropping in more primer and spinning it, there will always be a dead area of the rim that will have no primer. I can't imagine the number of misfires you'd have with reloaded rimfire ammo. Or am I missing something here?

Those titties are walking down 6Th ave in New York, The sign is for Little Brazil, I tried to get a street view But Google Earth keeps crashing in these larger centers, heard it might be due to the 3d images but who knows for sure. Rick

Here it is, "46th/Little Brazil" in Manhattan. I never heard of it either and I've lived here my whole life. Keep up the good work! Peter

If you've got such a nice Samsung LED monitor, you'd think you'd be able to afford a better inkjet printer, amirite? Bonus points if you can tell me the model printer.

The green sea urchin -- called so because of its characteristic green color -- is commonly found in northern waters all around the world including both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans to a northerly latitude of 81 degrees and as far south as the Puget Sound (Washington State) and England. The average adult size is around 2 inches, but it has been recorded at a diameter of 3.5 inches. The green sea urchin prefers to eat seaweeds but will eat other organisms. They are eaten by a variety of predators, including sea stars, crabs, large fish, mammals, birds, and humans.


January 28, 2015

You You Know Know, Is Awesome... Unless You're In Prison.

Okay, I definitely need some help with this one. Google Translate tells me 'plage' is the French word for 'beach' so by extension, "Plage Hollywood" translates to "Hollywood Beach." All Google searches for that bring me to Trip Advisor reviews and hotels for locations in the French Riviera. The French Riviera is part of Monaco, and Monaco has a rather distinctive red and white flag. So what the hell flag is flying here? Could it be an unknown resort flag?

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers is a live action children's television series that premiered on the Fox Kids weekday afternoon block. The show is about a group of teenagers who were chosen to protect the world from a group of alien invaders and were given the ability to "morph" into super-powered warriors and to pilot giant robots called "Zords." It was adapted and used stock footage from the Japanese television show Kyory? Sentai Zyuranger, which was the 16th installment of Bandai Visual and Toei Company's Super Sentai franchise. Both the show and its related merchandise saw unbridled overnight success, becoming a staple of 1990s pop culture in mere months. Under the original name, "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" the series ran on Fox Kids from 1993 to 1995 and spawned the feature film Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie.

Being one of the top three hair cosmetic brands in the world, the Henkel-brand Schwarzkopf brand represents quality, expertise and innovation for more than a 115 years now. The brand Schwarzkopf enjoys full trust of consumers as well as professional hair dressers. That inures to the benefit of every product innovation that is launched under the name of Schwarzkopf. As a head brand for a wide portfolio of legendary product brands, such as Schauma, Drei Wetter Taft and Brilliance, Schwarzkopf proved its effectiveness. The well known trademark is placed on every product package and appears prominently in every television ad.

Hey Ernie. Damn good challenge this one was, but here it is. It's outside the International Bike Center and Club Sexton Moscow. The place is like the Mad Max thunder dome. Ray

That one took a while... Only one other picture popped up on a google search. Some guy was traveling across Russia on his bike and mentioned it in an article. After an search of motorcycle clubs, I finally found it. Putin even visited them in 09 and got a jacket. Here is their website. Scott

The Fresno Fire Department released dramatic helmetcam video from an apartment fire in which three children left home unattended were rescued by firefighters. The video shows firefighters in the California city battle through flames and smoke as they attempt to locate the children, whose ages range from 1 to 4 years. According to a statement from the department, firefighters were able to locate and remove the kids within four minutes of arrival on the scene.

In 1997, Ford Motor Company equipped the Mustang with one of the first RFID (radio frequency identification) ignition immobilizers in the U.S. car industry. Theft levels for the Mustang immediately dropped 70 percent from just two years prior. The results were stunning, and pretty much every other carmaker followed suit. Today, the RFID industry claims a 90 percent reduction in theft rates for car models equipped with RFID starters, immobilizers and entry systems. Both automakers and insurance companies have full faith in the devices, even going so far as to label them unbeatable. And certainly, the technology is an impressive display of security innovation.

Meanwhile, somewhere in Torrance, California, this woman is catching a bus after shopping for drapes. Show me where.

Hi Ernie, Hello form you old stomping ground (Mass/NH) where we are in for a weather ass-stomping shortly. I thought the Boss lady would love this video which should be entitled " I wear a tank top and yoga pants so I couldn't possibly be packing, right?" Wrong. She May Not Look That Intimidating at 5-Foot-4 — but Just Wait Until You See What She's Packing. Best from NH, Drew

Dude, to hell with being a holster for the ladies, I'm going to fucking get some of that shit for myself! One thing that's "bad" down here, weather wise, it's that it's warm and sunny ALL THE TIME. Over the last year, I think I've put on a pair of jeans maybe twice? So for the other 363 days out of the year, it's shorts and usually a t-shirt; that really limits my concealed carry options and is one of the reasons I've switched to carrying a .380 and leave my "subcompact" Glock 30 -- whichwhen loaded weight nearly 2lbs -- in my nightstand.

Wow, the best I can tell, the Power Acoustics model PMP-803s is 1980's technology, so I'd have to say this one is looking pretty good for a 30 year old piece of equipment.


January 27, 2015

Seventy Years Ago Today, The The Red Army Liberated Auschwitz Concentration Camp.

The name of the town “Auschwitz” has long been a synonym for bloody German atrocities in the lexicon of the peoples of the world. Few of its prisoners escaped the fires of its notorious “ovens.” From behind the wire of its numerous camps only a phantom echo had filtered of the wails from the lips of its thousands of prisoners. Only now, when the troops of the First Ukrainian Front had liberated Auschwitz, was it possible to see with one's own eyes the entirety of this terrible camp, in which many of its tens of square kilometers of fields were soaked in human blood, and literally fertilized with human ash.

In the first years of the camp, the Germans maintained only a cottage industry of death: they simply led prisoners to a large open pit, forced them to lie down and shot them in the back of the head. When one layer was full, the next would be forced to lie down head-to-foot on the layer below. And so was filled the second layer, and the third, and the fourth … When the grave was full, to make sure that all of the people were dead, it was raked with submachine gun fire several times, while those for whom there was no room in the grave covered it up. Thus were filled hundreds of enormous pits in the eastern part of the camp, which bore the name of the “old” graves. The German hangmen, noting the primitiveness of this method of killing, decided to increase the productivity of the industrial plant of death by mechanizing it, leading to the gas chambers, the electric conveyor belt, the construction of the blast furnace for burning bodies and the so-called ovens.

But for the prisoners of Auschwitz death itself was not the most terrible thing. The German sadists, before killing their confinees, tormented them with hunger, cold, 18 hour days, and monstrous punishments. They showed me leather-covered steel rods that they used to be beat the confinees. On the handle – the mark of the Krupp factory in Dresden. These articles were produced on an industrial scale. I saw, in facilities in the southern part of the camp, benches with straps on which people were beaten to death. They were covered with zinc so the blood of the victims could be washed off: the hangmen had a care for hygiene! I saw a specially constructed oaken chair, in which people were killed, after having had their backs broken. I saw massive rubber truncheons, all bearing the stamp of the Krupp factory, with which the confinees were beaten about the head and genitals. [source]

The Soviet army entered Auschwitz — the network of extermination camps operated by Nazi Germany in occupied Poland — on Jan. 27, 1945, liberating the most notorious site of the Holocaust. In the decades since, groups of survivors have gathered to honor that day — including an annual remembrance at Auschwitz itself. This year, they mark the 70th anniversary of liberation on Tuesday — a day that, for a significant portion of remaining survivors, may be the last major remembrance of their lifetimes. The numbers themselves tell the story. [source]

As the world marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz by Soviet troops on 27 January 1945, a group of now elderly survivors of the Nazi death camp have been photographed holding wartime pictures of themselves and their murdered families. Erzsebet Brodt, 89, holds a picture of her family who were killed in the death camps. Remembering the train journey they made, she said that those who were 'sick or about to give birth were forced out and put into one wagon: "When the wagon was opened in Auschwitz we saw that everyone was dead inside." [source]

For the Jews who died in gas chambers, the issue of resistance was moot - until as late as mid-1942, most Jews were unaware about the implementation of the Final Solution. Stripped of weapons, facing starvation and disease combined with the prospect of deportation, most Jews believed that they were being relocated to work. For virtually all, the reality that they faced immediate death did not occur until the doors of the gas chambers were sealed, the lights were turned off and the gas filled the rooms. But by then, it was too late. Those who did resist - either by running from the trains or attacking their captors - faced certain death. Some took advantage of this option and were summarily executed on the spot. Others chose to take their own lives when faced with the hopelessness of the situation. It might be argued that suicide under these circumstances was itself resistance. For others, deciding not to commit suicide but rather to make an attempt at survival amidst the hopelessness and despair of this situation was their resistance. Those that resisted more actively found that any success resulted in unintended consequences since the Nazis practiced collective responsibility. If a Nazi soldier was murdered by a Jew, not only was that Jew executed, but also his family and perhaps a hundred others. As a result, few Jews carried out active resistance from fear of reprisals. [source]

Katie Worthman was born in Austria, and lived there for seven years under Hitlers brutal regime. She says that the story of Hitler overthrowing governments and people in order to come to power just simply isn't true, but rather the Austrian people elected Hitler with 98% of the vote at the ballot box. Mrs. Worthman then goes on to say that the Austrian people had guns, but the government began to say that they were dangerous, so they began to implement gun registration. Then she said this was followed by turning in their weapons to the police station in order to cut down on crime, and if citizens didn't… there would be capital punishment. Mrs. Worthman says that the dictatorship, “didn't happen over night, but it took 5 years, gradually, little by little, to escalate to a dictatorship.” As a Nazi survivor, what is her advice to us... “Keep your guns. Keep your guns and buy more guns." [source] - [video]

Faye Schulman always carried two things with her in the forests of Poland. A medical kit to care for her fellow partisans, and a camera. Schulman is the only known Jewish partisan photographer to capture life in the forest, Braff said. Most photographs of World War II resistance fighters were taken after liberation. Schulman was recruited to take pictures for the Nazis (her brother had already fled town). She would snap headshots of Nazi officials and portraits of their mistresses. One day, she developed a photograph that was clearly a mass grave of Jews who had been killed. Peering closely at the print, she recognized her own family. She hid the negative in a box of photo paper to assure it would remain safe and unseen. She vowed vengeance and sought justice in the forest with a group of Russians — mostly men and overwhelmingly non-Jews — she'd met up with when they raided Lenin for supplies. “I want people to know there was resistance,” Faye said during that interview, the text of which is displayed with the photo exhibit. “Jewish people didn't go like sheep to the slaughter. I was a photographer. I have pictures. I have proof.” [source]

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