Archive for ‘Interesting Stories’

November 16, 2012

Rice University has officially made Superman. Well sort of…

We all raised an eyebrow with this one. Rice University has created a material that can stop speeding bullets. Now we figured that this is what already created bullet proof vest were for, but apparently we were wrong.  Have a look at this video and see for yourself.

 

So now  we know that polyurethane can stop speeding bullets and we can all be Superman! This is not a DIY job people! But we say that if it can save lives use it!

HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND EVERYBODY

 

 

November 6, 2012

POLITICAL BLUNDERS THROUGH TIME

Politicians pride themselves on being perfect…NOT! Let us have a laugh and the men/women in charge while we wait out this years election.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THEN OF COURSE TO CLOSE IT OUT THE TOO ENTERTAINING RAP BATTLE BETWEEN PRESIDENT OBAMA AND GOVERNOR ROMNEY

HOPE YOU GOT IN YOUR LAUGHS AS WELL AS YOUR VOTES! CHEERS TO THE FUTURE OF AMERICA

November 1, 2012

FRIDAY LAUGHS ON A THURSDAY GANGNAM STYLE

Doc Chey’s…Gotta love this place! Noodles, huge cookies, fresh tea, and look live entertainment.

 

 

October 29, 2012

5 Places We’d Rather be than the cubicle.

Some of us are hunkered down riding out the hurricane (be safe north east people), but the rest of us are stuck behind some form of a desk hearing the guy from Office Space in our ear while we look like this.

Anyway if you are feeling like this poor man take a few minutes an find your happy place in one of these awesome places.

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October 25, 2012

Most Poular Passwords of 2012

Here is a list of passwords you should NEVER use because they are now on the hotlist for all the jerk off computer hackers out there. The following list was compiled by SplashData after sifting through millions entries made by online hackers….(not insanely creepy right?).

1. password (Unchanged)
2, 123456 (Unchanged)
3. 12345678 (Unchanged)
4. abc123 (Up 1)
5. qwerty (Down 1)
6. monkey (Unchanged)
7. letmein (Up 1)
8. dragon (Up 2)
9. 111111 (Up 3)
10. baseball (Up 1)
11. iloveyou (Up 2)
12. trustno1 (Down 3)
13. 1234567 (Down 6)
14. sunshine (Up 1)
15. master (Down 1)
16. 123123 (Up 4)
17. welcome (New)
18. shadow (Up 1)
19. ashley (Down 3)
20. football (Up 5)
21. jesus (New)
22. michael (Up 2)
23. ninja (New)
24. mustang (New)
25. password1 (New)

October 15, 2012

Really? Just stupid lol

Found these news paper clippings from Womples. It’s amazing how stupid people can be. The drunk driver one is hilarious!

October 12, 2012

Sheep with upside down head

OK, we know that in America there are about 3 or 4 companies that supply all of our meat (genetically altered and all) but this is s*** just ridiculous!

See for yourself: (Click through to 33 seconds. Audio is very windy)

September 15, 2012

Liar Liar Pants on Fire!!!!!!

Well, liars beware because Yahoo.com has posted 5 tips that you can take to spot a lie. So all you politicians beware lol. Here are the first 3 steps from the Yahoo article:

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1. Start by observing how the person normally behaves.

Before you try to tell whether someone is lying to you, you have to get a sense of how he or she communicates in a normal, nonstressful conversation. “Talk about the Red Sox, or a friend from elementary school who found you on Facebook,” she suggests. You need this baseline, because behavior that might indicate a problem, such as rapidly tapping a foot or using a lot of verbal fillers such as “um” and “well,” might simply be this person’s normal communication mode.

“When you’re building rapport with people, that’s when you get their baseline,” Driver says. “You need a minimum of three minutes to do it.”

2. Listen carefully.

Statement analysis can help you discern when someone isn’t telling the truth, Driver says. For instance, if you ask a yes or no question, the answer should actually contain the word yes or no. Watch out for a denial that doesn’t include a no.

Let’s say you ask, “Have you ever stolen from an employer?” “If the answer is, ‘I would never do that,’ that could be a signal,” Driver says. It’s OK if the answer is “No, never,” as long as the word no is in there, she adds. But if you think about it, “I would never do that” is a statement about the future, not an answer to your question about the past.

3. Look for “hot spots.”

When someone deviates from his or her baseline in a suspicious way, Driver calls it a hot spot–an area to which you should pay close attention. Body language is a good way to find hot spots. Driver uses the children’s song “Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes” as a way of breaking down observations of someone’s body to reveal that person’s true feelings. For instance, look at the direction a person’s feet or belly button is pointing to get a sense of that person’s true interest or intentions, she says. A shoulder shrug indicates uncertainty.

And keep an eye out for facial expressions. An eyebrow “flash,” when eyebrows move upward, usually means people like what they’ve just heard or seen. Pursing or sucking in the lips means the opposite. And if one side of someone’s mouth goes up in a half smile, that’s a smirk that usually indicates contempt or superiority–an expression Dick Cheney frequently wears, Driver notes. But it can also mean self-satisfaction or pride.

FOR THE FULL YAHOO ARTICLE CLICK HERE

March 31, 2012

Colorado man sentenced after accidentally shooting a woman’s mohawk he mistook for a bird

Ok. We are all about showing who you are as an individual but this may be an example as to when you may have taken things a little too far. This is an excerpt from Foxnews.com

A Colorado man was sentenced to five years’ probation after accidentally shooting a woman whose red mohawk he mistook for a fowl that had been harassing his cats.

Derrill Rockwell, 49, told police that he grabbed his .22-caliber rifle and set out from his home Oct. 5 to fire at the bird after spotting it at the top of a hill about 90 feet away, the Daily Sentinel reported Friday.

“His intent was to spook it away,” Deputy District Attorney Jason Conley told District Judge Richard Gurley on Friday, according to the newspaper.

But after shooting at the bird, the man said he noticed it didn’t fly away and he reported hearing a woman moaning in pain.

Rockwell soon discovered that he had shot a 23-year-old woman in the head, mistaking her red mohawk for the menacing bird.

~The story goes on about how the lady may have been passed out before the shooting and that small quantities of Meth was found near the area that she was shot.

Click here to see entire Fox News story.

March 27, 2012

The Coolest Home Ever!

Take a look at this $10.9 million water fortress in Miami. It has eight-bedrooms, eight-bathrooms and has 10,100-square-feet of living space. If you want it it’s on the market. Just 1 question, can we come and visit?

Photos are from Realtor.com.



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