- It's Photoshop Phriday!
More Wacky World War 2
- A study about work spouses.
There are many emotional benefits of close workplace relationships modeled after a marriage, the study said. "The 'office spouses' can be more open with each other than they can with their own spouses, and there's no guilt involved," Oldman told the paper.And like most real marriages, there is no sex involved.
- A man's guide to pessimism.
Heh, these guys are lightweight in their thinking.
- Introducing, a new challenger!
- In-and-Out burger, 100x100 style.
I'm thinking these guys were backed up for days.
- A robot that can pour the perfect beer.
For some reason, get me another beer woman just doesn't hold the same meaning. (thanks to Cobb for this one)
- Mythbusters....Star Wars style.
I just want to see Kari in the Leia metal bikini. Rowr!
- Authorities seize "bathtub cheese".
- Poll finds men want Alba as girlfriend.
Just remember, that somewhere, someone is tired of that.
- Taz is dying of cancer.
It is characterised by its black fur, offensive odour, extremely loud and disturbing screech, and viciousness when feeding.Sounds like me before and after a trip to La Nop.
- You Are 31 Years Old
Under 12: You are a kid at heart. You still have an optimistic life view - and you look at the world with awe.
13-19: You are a teenager at heart. You question authority and are still trying to find your place in this world.
20-29: You are a twentysomething at heart. You feel excited about what's to come... love, work, and new experiences.
30-39: You are a thirtysomething at heart. You've had a taste of success and true love, but you want more!
40+: You are a mature adult. You've been through most of the ups and downs of life already. Now you get to sit back and relax.
Sad, there is no crotchety old fart rating, because that would be me. Thanks to Ken for this one.
- You Are a Losing Lottery Ticket!
Full of hope and promise.
But in the end, a cheap letdown.
Hmmm, sounds like my wife's critique of our sex life...
- Bringing the .45 back to the military.
After two decades of use, the U.S. Department of Defense is getting rid of its Beretta M9 9mm pistol, and going back to the 11.4mm (.45 caliber) weapon. There have been constant complaints about the lesser (compared to the .45) hitting power of the 9mm. And in the last few years, SOCOM (Special Operations Command) and the marines have officially adopted .45 caliber pistols as “official alternatives” to the M9 Beretta. But now SOCOM has been given the task of finding a design that will be suitable as the JCP (Joint Combat Pistol). Various designs are being evaluated, but all must be .45 caliber and have a eight round magazine (at least), and high capacity mags holding up to 15.Now, if they just bring back the 7.62x51 into full service. (thanks to Dad for the story)
- One more for the good....girls...
A female off-duty Richmond police officer put her training into action when three alleged carjackers forced her into her car and attempted to steal it. The incident erupted into a shooting that left one suspect dead and another wounded.When it comes to reaction, training takes over. Muscle memory and training for actions under pressure.
According to the Jersey Village Police Department, three masked men attempted to carjack the off-duty officer in her SUV.
All three of the suspects were armed and got into the car. One suspect pushed her over into the passenger seat.
At that time, authorities said the 22-year-old officer who had been with the department less than six months, pulled out her own gun and her instincts kicked in. Authorities said she shot and killed one suspect and shot another suspect five times.
- "She removed a .25-caliber semiautomatic from her vaginal cavity"
A Ross County jail inmate hid a gun so well that not even the guards who did an extensive pat-down found it.
The Cleveland woman hid a loaded handgun inside her body and smuggled it all the way to her jail cell, where it accidentally fired when she was trying to hide it.
"While in the holding cell, she removed a .25-caliber semiautomatic from her vaginal cavity," Chillicothe Police Capt. Tom Hewitt said yesterday.
Victoria Lundy, 41, hid the gun in the toilet-paper holder. It fell to the floor and discharged. The bullet lodged in the ceiling as guards scrambled to quickly recover the weapon, Hewitt said.
I'd hate to see where she hid the Desert Eagle.
- Bullets aren't the only things that ricochet.
So I was watching Mythbusters on Wednesday night. They are busting the myth of catching a bullet with teeth. The final round of tests were at a police range. They had an automated rig with lexan shields for all of the taped portion shown. The last test shown, after they had busted the myth, was to see what a .357 FMJ would do to real dentures. So, for this one, then decide for some damn reason to not stand behind the shield, just uprange from the shooting. The camera is showing Tori and Kari spectating when the final shot is fired, and Kari gets hit with teeth shrapnel. Incoming fire has the right of way, and shrapnel doesn't know friend from foe. Always shoot safely.