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Is a humorous project by photographer Rion Sabean featuring men doing pin-up-style poses. It’s interesting how much more absurd some poses instantly look when they’re being done by men. There are a couple more photos that can be seen in this Flickr set. Men-ups! (via Lost At E Minor) Image credits: Photographs by Rion Sabean and used with permission. Bert Kreischer is a comedian and whenever he is... - Memerial.net. Funny Roller Coaster Pictures. Bill III's Blog » Have you ever printed a boarding pass? Well this little feat has been a long time coming.
For those of you who have worked with me in Unalakleet you probably have heard about my aspiration of using the poster printer to print my boarding pass. Well two days ago my dream became a reality. I logged onto nwa.com and checked in for my flight. Selected my seats and chose the option to print my boarding pass. Well as you know Mac computers make it super easy to print things as a PDF file instead of to a printer. After my arrival at Anchorage I got my bags checked and headed to the TSA security screening area. The TSA agent asked for my I.D. and boarding pass. After a look of surprise he said “Is that your boarding pass?” The supervisor came over and they exchanged a few words. He came back to me and said “Okay… You are going to need to carry this through the metal detector with you.” and he let me on through with a smile. I made it through the metal detector, and didn’t even get an extra pat down or anything. “yeah.. Listen: Samuel L. Jackson narrates "Go the Fuck to Sleep".
Author Adam Mansbach, after repeated struggles to get his two-year-old daughter to fall asleep, once sent out a jokey Facebook post reading: "Look out for my forthcoming children's book, 'Go the Fuck to Sleep.'" The one-liner amused many of his Facebook friends, and the next thing you know, Mansbach had assembled some verses, and bootleg PDF copies of the profanity-laced opus were suddenly going viral.
The thirty-two-page Go the Fuck to Sleep was picked up by a small Brooklyn publishing house, and even reached number one on Amazon's bestseller list ahead of memoirs by Tina Fey and Steven Tyler, well before its official publication date, which was yesterday. So this children's book for adults is now a full-blown phenomenon, and has weathered a little controversy, as New Zealand Christian group Family First has lobbied New Zealand's booksellers not to sell the book. This all makes for an amusing story, but it gets better. None other than Pulp Fiction's Jules Winnfield himself, Samuel L. Cats Don't Care. - Obvious Winner - OMG These Geeky Banana Sculptures are Bananas! Banana art: Dragon bananas, superhero bananas, and zombie bananas!
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I don't know why, though it may have something to do with the fact that I suck down Diet Coke like it's water. Most nights, I find myself curled up on the couch in front of the TV, watching infomercials. There's something oddly soothing about late-night paid advertisements, and they're always the same. My favorite part is the "before" scene, where everything is black and white and nobody has the basic motor skills required to operate simple household appliances. And then, whatever magic appliance they're selling suddenly appears, and everything is right with the world. "With the BLEND MASTER, you can say goodbye to messy kitchen accidents!
Of course, since I have no self control, I must have whatever piece of crap they're selling.