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I Was Shocked. Mass Effect 3 - Reaper Sounds (UPDATED) Body Painting by Craig Tracy. Article by James Pond I am the owner of / art lover / electrical engineer / software developer / MBA in e-business student.

Body Painting by Craig Tracy

I blog for pleasure and love to share my Internet findings. Web site: Body painting is form of art in which Craig Tracy excels. Shapes of models’ bodies are an inspiration for this artist who was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. Website You may want to check out Body Painting by Barbara Pichiecchio and Alessio Frederico Sample: Do you want more visual fun? You might also like. Time to Octagon. - StumbleUpon. Why?:Save the Idiots. An idiot at work VERONA, WISCONSIN- On the outside, Arnold Patterson appeared like any other American.

Why?:Save the Idiots

He was a heterosexual white male in his mid-40’s. He had a wife and two overweight children. He had a large collection of guns, which he enjoyed using to blow large animals into oblivion. His I.Q. was a mere 61., because his I.Q. was so low, Patterson died in late July of 2007 on account of electrocution; trying to pry open an electrical outlet to see how it works on the inside. Idiocy is the the largest cause of death in America (second practicing the hobby of being a douchebag) and the fourth-largest cause of death in Britain. Edit Example #1 Meyer was born into wealth: his father was Bill Gates and his mother was a hooker who Bill Gates once paid a billion dollars to have sex with.

Edit Example #2 Joe Matherson is what many would call a redneck. Edit But why save the idiots? Okay, you say. If you are American: 95% of U.S. children are idiots. If you are Australian: You will be dead. Consumer Reports. Consumer Reports has its finger on the pulse of America Consumer Reports is a magazine devoted reporting on consumer goods, which are purchased, and then tested by know it alls which publishes Consumer Reports.

Consumer Reports

The magazine publishes monthly, and is noteworthy because it does not accept advertising. The publication takes pride in its anti-enabling stance with shopaholics, and instead seeks to expose dysfunctional goods and break consumers of the bad habit of buying crap. edit Methodology Nestled in its bunker under the bedrock of Eastern Seaboard of the United States, the staff randomly chooses products from the shelves of stores around the world.

Next the same procedure is again performed, this time by a woman with a secret third eye. Each product undergoes rigorous testing. Qualitive scores are never, ever, under any circumstances, allowed. From this, a choice few products are selected and recommended. edit Critics who are critical of Consumer Reports edit Notable reviews edit See also. StumbleUpon. Why isn't this image more popular? I laugh my ass of whenever I see it.