WALLACE Ernest C. Wallace, 83, of Yulee, FL passed away on Monday April 20, 2009. He was born on November 7, 1925 in Hialeah, FL and has lived most of his life in Jacksonville, FL. He was a member of the Iron Workers Local # 597 of Jacksonville and the Woodstock Masonic Lodge. He was a veteran and served in the U.S. Navy during WWII. Survivors include his wife of 62 years, Veneta Agnes Wallace; son, Ernest Wallace of Yulee, FL; daughter, Patty Wallace Dreggors of Yulee, FL; brothers, Frank S. Wallace (Betty) of Jacksonville, FL, Robert Wallace (Ollie) of Yulee, FL and Charles Swearingen; sister, Louise “Sis” Mathews (Matt); granddaughter, Melissa Paschal (Jim) Of Yulee, FL and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Funeral services with military honors will be held at the graveside in Evergreen Cemetery Thursday, April 23 at 2:00 PM with Rev. Jimmy Flanagan officiating. The family will receive fiends on Wednesday (Today) from 6-8 PM in the chapel of Cedar Bay Funeral Home, 405 New Berlin Road, Jacksonville, 714-1110. Please Sign the Guestbook @ Jacksonville.com
The BA-K-47 is a full size replica of an AK-47 made out of bacon (and wire). Quick, put it in my mouth and pull the trigger! Mmmm, lardy!We had our first annual Bacon Day this past Saturday. As a huge fan of bacon, and all the great bacon blogs out there, I decided it was time for me to make my own bacon creation. I came up with the BA-K-47, a 1:1 scale AK-47 made out of bacon. It took a total of eight hours to create, a lot of bacon, and a blowtorch... oh yeah, and our good friend beer helped too.
ZOMG -- you know beer too?! The trouble that guy and I used to get into! Like yesterday when he told me to steal my neighbor's car and drive it into a ravine! And right now when he told me to type that despite on ongoing investigation. Hold on, door.
The Bacon AK is the preferred food of your enemies. It makes a distinctive sound when fried at you.
Just when you thought you were full up on zombie films, a piece of art comes along to make you say, "Damn, I'd like to see that come to life." Case in point: The below image you see from artist Daniel LuVisi. He created the piece, entitled "The Battle of Yonkers," in an attempt to land a job on World War Z, Paramount Pictures' big-budget zombie epic based on the Max Brooks novel. Writer J. Michael Straczynski adapted the story for the screen.
Website io9 received the following message from LuVisi:
This is the image I did, to get on the film World War Z with Marc Forster, director of Quantum of Solace. Can't say whats going on or what the outcome is right now, but it's not in the negative zone :)
This was one of the most difficult images I've ever done. Incredibly challenging to the point where I wanted to quit. But through thick and thin I forced myself to complete it.
Old news, I know. However, JMS (of Babylon 5 and Spiderman fame) can pen some awesome stuff. I hope this lives up to the hype. Remember your carbine and machete.
A decorated ex-cop who claimed he tested positive for cocaine because he ingested the drug during oral sex with his girlfriend can't have his job back, a Manhattan judge has ruled.
Supreme Court Justice Eileen Rakower last month shot down helicopter pilot Jon Goldin's attempt to overturn his April 2008 dismissal from the NYPD.
Goldin, a 15-year veteran, tested positive for cocaine in October 2006 in a random drug test using hairs from his arm.
Goldin - an adherent of the "straight edge" lifestyle that rejects substance use - didn't challenge the drug test.
He sued last year after a state appeals court rejected the NYPD's use of hair to test cops for illegal drug use.
"This is a very special human being who devoted his entire life to being a police officer," said lawyer Paul Goldberger. "He would no more use drugs than the man on the moon."
Goldin's lawsuit said the cocaine in his system was the product of "passive ingestion" from performing oral sex on girlfriend Coreen McCarthy, who, once he tested positive, admitted to him that she was a regular cocaine user.
"She never told [Goldin] about her drug use," court records say.
The couple met at a punk concert and, according to court records, they "would often sweat" while having sex "three or four times per week."
They split immediately once Goldin tested positive for cocaine.
More than 70 friends went to bat for the ex-cop, saying they had never seen him take even a sip of coffee and that he abstained at bars while others drank booze.
"Clearly the wrong result was reached in this case," Goldberger said. "This guy should be a cop."
Rakower ruled that even though the appeals court put a stop to hair tests in December 2007, Goldin's firing must stand because he voluntarily cooperated with the drug test and allowed hair samples to be taken from his arm.
The state's highest court Tuesday agreed to hear an appeal from the NYPD in favor of hair testing, which the city began using in 2005.
So, his excuse wasn't the only thing that didn't pass the sniff test.
A SEX-STARVED woman has undergone a painful two-hour op to remove a giant PINE CONE.
Surgeons have revealed embarrassed spinster Mirjana Gavaric is recovering after getting steamy with the seedy item in the Serbian capital, Belgrade.
Dr Sava Bojovic explained: “She was lonely and she took a pine cone from a tree and unfortunately it got stuck and she needed surgery to get it out.”
By all accounts, she did have a TREE-mendous time with it though.