- It's Photoshop Phriday!
Greetings from the video game world.
- "Hey ya'll, watch this" in action.
- Chicks dig the new Dodge Challenger.
Unfortunately, there were no pictures of the incident which makes the article worthless.
- What caliber is good for pundits?
What we are dealing with here is a lack of communication...
- "I was determined when the NASA proctologist looked up my ass, he would see pipes so dazzling he would ask the nurse to get his sunglasses."
I hope the book that this guy is pushing comes without illustrations.
- Finger food couple sentenced.
Next time she'll learn to cook the finger first....ew.
- Winning a professional "Beer Pong" tournament.
Four years of college was so worth it, wasn't it?
- A strong case for changing your name.
Fuk King Kwok was waiting for his driver's license to be printed when his name was called and a chuckling Illinois secretary of state employee offered some advice
- Pinellas schools may eliminate valedictorian honor.
Because in life, there are no cases of being a clear-cut winner. Everyone is marginalized into percentage pools, less they be offended. It is the best for society, so say we all.
- Pistol pr0n!!!!
- Build your own Gauss Pistol.
"A Gauss Pistol is a specific kind of "Coil Gun". Coil Gun: A device that accelerates a ferromagnetic projectile using a coil of wire and a pulsed power source, usually capacitors. A large current is put through the coil, making it magnetic and attracting the ferromagnetic projectile. When the projectile passes through the coil, the current switches off and the coil loses its magnetism, allowing the projectile to keep going".
- Something from the FN Police Shotgun Manual
"As a gun owner, you accept a set of demanding responsibilities. How seriously you take these responsibilities can be the difference between life and death. There is no excuse for careless or abusive handling of any firearm. At all times handle your shotgun and any other firearm with intense respect for its power and potential danger."
- Soldiers could lose benefits for wearing non-issued armor.
Two deploying soldiers and a concerned mother reported Friday afternoon that the U.S. Army appears to be singling out soldiers who have purchased Pinnacle's Dragon Skin Body Armor for special treatment. The soldiers, who are currently staging for combat operations from a secret location, reported that their commander told them if they were wearing Pinnacle Dragon Skin and were killed their beneficiaries might not receive the death benefits from their $400,000 SGLI life insurance policies. The soldiers were ordered to leave their privately purchased body armor at home or face the possibility of both losing their life insurance benefit and facing disciplinary action.
Unfortunately, just like a corporation, the military can't have people bringing in their own equipment, because the insurance doesn't cover it and there is the need for uniformity. I understand it, but I wouldn't like it if it is causing lives to be lost. If there are better products on the market, use them. It just takes so damn long for something to be fielded and approved without palms being greased.
EDIT: The Army is adding side-armor to their already incremented armor selection. There has also been some questions to the above nature of the story, particularly of the source. Grain of salt time.