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News Anchor’s April Fool’s Joke Sends Co-Host Walking Off Set
Reporter gets pwned by an iPhone.
The Coast Guard is changing its official assumed average weight per individual from 160 to 185 pounds of American flab, shifting the legal limit of how many people are allowed on a commercial vessel. For instance, NPR reports, "A boat rated for a 16,000-pound capacity would be allowed to carry 86 people under the new rule, compared with 100 that are OK under the current standard.
Scariest car crash video ever… (actually happened in NC)
I posted this in the shoutbox, but now it has been confirmed this is an authentic video. So as not to spoil the scary part of the crash I won’t post the picture and info that confirms it, rather i’ll just post the link.
2x4 through my windshield…
[font=georgia][size=15px]The 40-year-old Cobb was driving in her Kia Sedona minivan by herself down a local highway in Shelby, North Carolina when she saw two trucks playing a game of “cat and mouse” and holding up traffic. Cobb whipped out her camera phone to take video and…[/size][/font]
[font=georgia][size=15px]We independently verified Cobb’s story with the local law enforcement who have sent us a copy of their report on the accident.[/size][/font]
Link to original video article: http://jalopnik.com/5788579/the-scariest-car-accident-ever-caught-on-video
Link to the article proving this is real: http://gizmodo.com/5789096/the-scariest-car-crash-ever-caught-on-video-was-real
Put in your family name and find its roots, concentrations etc. You can also click on the ‘area’ link and find top names in an area.
[font=verdana][size=10px][b]What can you tell me about my specific name?[/b][/size][/font]
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[b]What are the most popular names in a specific area or place?[/b]
This is one of our most frequently asked questions, and we have added a facility to create the most popular surnames and forenames by many different areas in the world. Simply click the "Area Search" tab at the top of the page and search for a city, a region or a country to find out the most popular names in this areas
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Gill the 2x4 video must be real because they showed it on CNN.
Apparently the US & Canada have more Houck’s than Germany. WTF?
Yup, its real, as confirmed by Jalopnik!
Fresh for today:
No longer do you have to dribble bacon down your chin to get a hint of pig on your throat—perfumers Fargginay have invented bacon cologne which has a mix of 11 essential oils in both the Gold (citrus) and Classic (spicy maple) variants, which cost $36 each.
So the FBI has this ‘Vault’ where you can go and look up old FBI files on old timey gangsters and even Osama Bin Laden (http://vault.fbi.gov/osama-bin-laden/osama-bin-laden-part-1-of-1/view)
They uploaded PDF’s of case files. Its pretty cool to browse through and read about John Dillinger or '‘Baby Face’ Nelson. Looking at John Dillingers file, there are soo many snitches (of course they blacked out the names) and there is soo much going on about this guy…
Anyways, an exciting way to waste a few hours.
I bet bacon cologne keeps away terrorists. I heard one time a bus company in Israel hung bacon on the bus, & terrorist quit getting on that bus line.
Why black out informants on John Dellinger? They’re all dead. You can’t whack a dead person.
Oh hell Ted Kennedy. There’s a Mary Jo Kopechne file.
Check out this demented trailer for the Beastie Boys’ new 30-minute video, “Fight For Your Right Revisited,” which debuted at Sundance and is coming out officially in May. The Beastie Boys meet their time-traveling future selves. A dance contest ensues.
Anyone down for a round of golf?
Ten Quickest Cars under $30k
1.) Ford Mustang GT
0-60: 4.8 seconds
2.) Subaru Impreza WRX
0-60: 5.2 seconds
3.) Ford Mustang V6
0-60: 5.6 seconds
4.) Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart
0-60: 5.8 seconds
5.) Hyundai Genesis 3.8 R-Spec Coupe
0-60: 5.9 seconds
6.) Honda Accord Coupe EX-L
0-60: 6.3 seconds
7.) Mazda Mazdaspeed 3
0-60: 6.4 seconds
8.) Mazda6 s Grand Touring
0-60: 6.4 seconds
9.) Kia Optima SX
0-60: 6.5 seconds
10.) Hyundai Sonata SE
0-60: 6.6 seconds
FBI Admits to Aliens?
So normally, Roswell NM isn’t something I usually investigate much. I’ll let the conspiracy theorists do that (who by the way have known about this for ages). However, when my Dad hears about this through an Indian news channel beaming via dish from India… This is getting out of hand…
Here is a link to one of the millions of articles you’ll find about this:
As you may have seen in one of my previous posts, the FBI has a website called the ‘vault’ where you can access files that since the Freedom of Info act you are allowed to view. People have been able to do this forever, but the feds have posted select files online because of their popularity more recently. More files to come apparently. The file that has gotten people excited (well really the media has hyped like they usually do):
I’ll let you decide for yourself, but to me it seems like a field office took down in a report a complaint/tip from an informant. Not that I don’t believe in some kind of extra terrestrial life forms or anything, just don’t buy into the government conspiracy and alien landings etc bit.
Legal disclaimers at the end of emails are usually worthless:
Many disclaimers are, in effect, seeking to impose a contractual obligation unilaterally, and thus are probably unenforceable. This is clear in Europe, where a directive from the European Commission tells the courts to strike out any unreasonable contractual obligation on a consumer if he has not freely negotiated it. And a footer stating that nothing in the e-mail should be used to break the law would be of no protection to a lawyer or financial adviser sending a message that did suggest something illegal.
Chickipedia: A wikipedia for hot chicks
Mainly SFW: Has hot women is non-nude pictures and info like this:
There are a lot of models who pay their rent because a benevolent, all-loving god bestowed upon them massive, natural breasts. Voted #23 in the AskMen.com's Top 99 Women 2009 Edition. She's gorgeous.
Lucy was spotted by freelance photographer Lee Earle while sunbathing on Bournemouth beach in the summer of 2003. As a result of the photographs taken that day, she signed a professional modeling contract with The Daily Star. For the first 3 years of her career, unlike most glamour models, Lucy did not pose fully topless; she eventually did so for the weekly UK lads’ mag Nuts on the 6th of April 2007.
This was followed with a nude photo set in the August 2007 issue of the monthly magazine Loaded. She also appeared Page 3 in July and August for The Daily Star on a weekly basis. Lucy regularly appears as a Nuts covergirl, she is argueably the most popular amongst the readers, writes a column called “The Truth about Women” every week and also presents on TV. She has regularly appeared in Loaded since that famous topless photo shoot, and links to galleries from both magazines can be found below. Recently, Lucy appeared on season six of “Celebrity Big Brother” in the UK.
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