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All Chuck Norris Facts & Jokes

All Chuck Norris Facts & Jokes

Peter's Evil Overlord List This Evil Overlord List is Copyright 1996-1997 by Peter Anspach. If you enjoy it, feel free to pass it along or post it anywhere, provided that (1) it is not altered in any way, and (2) this copyright notice is attached. This Evil Overlord List grew out of the exchanges on what is now the Star Trek mailing list "", beginning in 1994 (when it was still ""). We were kicking around cliches that appeared on "Deep Space 9" at the time, and I started to compile a list of classic blunders they were making. The list came to about 20 or so items. In 1995, I decided to try to make it into a Top 100 List. On November 12, 2002, I exchanged some emails with Jack Butler who has a list on his website. Apparently both lists were compiled during overlapping periods of time. I believe Jack Butler when he says the list on his website is the current form of the James Bond Villain list, and I thank him for helping to clarify matters. -- Peter Anspach and

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Double Meaning Photos - Lazy Palace November 4, 2009 / Fun / 58 comments There is a lots of situation in which you are taking a photo and accidentally turn up as something more funnier than you have expected. rg3 Welcome to the City of Houston eGovernment Center Chama Inc / Blog - a marketing blog by chief hothead and chief smarty pants By: on February 12, 2009 Not long ago I came across what appeared to be a ‘fun’ read – Eat, Pray, Love – by Elizabeth Gilbert. After purchasing it, I gave it a home on my book shelf until I had time for a light read. When that day finally came many months later, I regretted having left it to collect dust for so long, and having initially thought of it as frivolous. The story is based on the journey of a tormented woman looking for happiness, this of course is not a new idea, but what made this book so special, was how well it was written. At Chama we’re always looking for how creativity is applied to all things old and new. Her newest work (not yet released) explores the concept of – creative genius – how it works, how to manage it, and if its really something we own or borrow temporarily. Her interesting view and research on creativity can be seen below or on TED’s website. ShareThis By: Moses Mehraban on December 22, 2008 How do you make your business more efficient during the recession? T!

Female Comic Heroes and Their Movie Twins - Dumage Female Comic Heroes and Their Movie Twins These girls look so sexy… Just can not choose which are more beautiful and attractive, they which are drawn or the ones that are real. One more thing: If You have an idea to add more comic girl heroes with movie twins, leave your idea in comments and we will update out post. Black Widow Black Widow (Чёрная вдова, ‘Chyornaya vdova’) (Natalia “Natasha” Alianovna Romanova, also known as Natasha Romanoff) is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics Universe. Vampirella Vampirella is a fictional character, a comic book vampire heroine created by Forrest J Ackerman for Warren Publishing’s namesake black-and-white horror-comics magazine, and developed by Archie Goodwin with artists Frank Frazetta and Tom Sutton. Power Girl Power Girl (real name Kara Zor-L, also known as Karen Starr) is a DC Comics superheroine, making her first appearance in All Star Comics #58 (January/February 1976). Invisible Woman Catwoman Wonder Woman Elektra Mystique Rogue Silk Spectre