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Thursday, August 8, 2013

Thursday Night Billard..Bobbi Billard That Is......

(inspired by blogbuddy boilerdoc)




An old and crusty retired Army Master Sergeant....

..... was sitting by himself at a bar when a beautiful blonde bombshell comes in the room.
She noticed the old Master Sergeant right away. She finds him rugged and handsome, and sits down next to him.

"May I buy you a drink?" she asks him. He obliges.

She's obviously interested in him. The blonde says to him "So tell me what you do. You seem to be in great shape for a man your age."

"I'm a retired Army Master Sergeant. I don't do much anymore, besides sit at his here bar every night."

She notices he isn't wearing a ring. "Are you not married?", she asks.

"Never have been. Spent most of my life overseas in combat. The army was my wife, until I left her."

At this point, they hit it off. They strike up great conversation, and continue buying each other drinks. The blonde's inhibitions have obviously lowered at this point, and without hesitation, she asks him another question.

"So tell me, Master Sergeant. How long has it been since you've been laid?"

He takes a long pause and stares in the distance in deep thought. He then says, "1955".

The blonde is shocked. "1955! You have some catching up to do! You and me, in my car, right now!"

They hopped in her backseat and commenced to the roughest wildest time she has ever had.

 She couldn't believe his sexual prowess.
She catches her breath after they finish. She's never felt so good before. Completely amazed, she says to him, "Master Sergeant, you definitely have not lost your touch since 1955. You were amazing!"

He takes a look down at his watch and says "I sure hope like hell I haven't, it's only 2330 now!"

Then and Now.....


Can You Trust Your Eyes?... Check Out These Awesome Images.....





NOW GO >HERE<... amazing.

Thirsty Thursday Lunch Break......


Remember when we were younger and we used to make fun of and criticize Russians and their country for being totally controlled by the government?

In a move some claim is tantamount to social engineering, the Department of Housing and Urban Development is imposing a new rule that would allow the feds to track diversity in America’s neighborhoods and then push policies to change those it deems discriminatory. 
The policy is called, "Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing." It will require HUD to gather data on segregation and discrimination in every single neighborhood and try to remedy it.
HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan unveiled the federal rule at the NAACP convention in July.
"Unfortunately, in too many of our hardest hit communities, no matter how hard a child or her parents work, the life chances of that child, even her lifespan, is determined by the zip code she grows up in. This is simply wrong,” he said.
Data from this discrimination database would be used with zoning laws, housing finance policy, infrastructure planning and transportation to alleviate alleged discrimination and segregation.









H/t to the Furious Frenchman and friends

Hey, Remember That Photo of The Lake At The North Pole?

From July 26th......



Two weeks of unusually warm weather in the North Pole have caused a lake to form in mid-July.
The meltwater lake is approximately a foot-deep. According to the National Snow and Ice Data Center, temperatures in early July were 2 to 5 degrees Fahrenheit higher than average over most of the Arctic ocean.
July is the Arctic's melting month, when sea ice shrinks the fastest. 

LINK to original news story


FAST FORWARD A FEW WEEKS>..........................



Well it seems like the AP has retracted their bogus claim:


 The Associated Press issued a formal retraction of a photo it published that claimed to show that a large lake had formed at the North Pole due to global warming.
In its retraction, the AP admitted that not only was the “lake” simply a small melt-pond but that it was natural, not due to global warming. The AP also admitted that the “lake” wasn’t even at the North Pole, explaining that the monitoring station where the photo was taken had drifted hundreds of miles to the south.


LINK to retraction 


Thanks to BUBBA for the leg work on this one.




The Associated Press issued a formal retraction of a photo it published that claimed to show that a large lake had formed at the North Pole due to global warming.
In its retraction, the AP admitted that not only was the “lake” simply a small melt-pond but that it was natural, not due to global warming. The AP also admitted that the “lake” wasn’t even at the North Pole, explaining that the monitoring station where the photo was taken had drifted hundreds of miles to the south.
- See more at: http://rare.us/story/associated-press-retracts-bogus-north-pole-lake-photo/#sthash.TwPcnJx6.dpuf
The Associated Press issued a formal retraction of a photo it published that claimed to show that a large lake had formed at the North Pole due to global warming.
In its retraction, the AP admitted that not only was the “lake” simply a small melt-pond but that it was natural, not due to global warming. The AP also admitted that the “lake” wasn’t even at the North Pole, explaining that the monitoring station where the photo was taken had drifted hundreds of miles to the south.
- See more at: http://rare.us/story/associated-press-retracts-bogus-north-pole-lake-photo/#sthash.TwPcnJx6.dpuf
The Associated Press issued a formal retraction of a photo it published that claimed to show that a large lake had formed at the North Pole due to global warming.
In its retraction, the AP admitted that not only was the “lake” simply a small melt-pond but that it was natural, not due to global warming. The AP also admitted that the “lake” wasn’t even at the North Pole, explaining that the monitoring station where the photo was taken had drifted hundreds of miles to the south.
- See more at: http://rare.us/story/associated-press-retracts-bogus-north-pole-lake-photo/#sthash.TwPcnJx6.dpuf
 

Awwwww...Puppies!!

Scumbag Takes A Photo Up 7 Year Old Girls Skirt....and...

..this is how the local paper words the front page headline.



That would be the Eagle Tribune


It's Still SUMMER!!


Tuesday, August 6, 2013

"I'll Hold My Own Beer... Watch This!"


Go Check Out The Comment Thread on This AP Article...






Lots of fitting comments on the VENICE BEACH NUTBAG






This 1946 film shows actual footage of the atomic bomb destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Japan

Set the Time Machine Back To The 30's and Shop At Sears.....


Pffft... .I've Been That Tan Before....


WHAT>...... THE>........... RUUUUUUUN!!!!!!!!!!11!!11!!!11111!11


Twosday.....



...speaking of Shark Week.....

Move Over Shark Week.......

Monday, August 5, 2013

... and His Name Shall Be "Abrams"

...and I will hug him and pet him and squeeze him...**



**  Trivia question... With out looking it up.. where is that line from?

If you know don't give it away in the comments, just say I know.

Durty Girls.... Not Associated With Anthoney Weiner...


Why Bother Digging Through It When You Can Just Take It?

Kinzua Bridge in Pennsylvania....This stuff facinates me......

Has anyone been there to see this? It must be amazing to see in person.


The Kinzua Bridge or the Kinzua Viaduct  was a railroad trestle that spanned Kinzua Creek in McKean County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. Prior to its collapse in 2003, the bridge was 301 feet (92 m) tall and 2,052 feet (625 m) long.
The bridge was originally built from iron in 1882 and was billed as the "Eighth Wonder of the World", holding the record as the tallest railroad bridge in the world for two years. In 1900, the bridge was dismantled and simultaneously rebuilt out of steel to allow it to accommodate heavier trains. It stayed in commercial service until 1959 and was sold to the Government of Pennsylvania in 1963, becoming the centerpiece of a state park. Restoration of the bridge began in 2002, but before it was finished, a tornado struck the bridge in 2003, causing a large portion of the bridge to collapse. Corroded anchor bolts holding the bridge to its foundations failed, contributing to the collapse.
Before its collapse, the Kinzua Bridge was ranked as the fourth-tallest railway bridge in the United States.[5] It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977 and as a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark in 1982. The ruins of the Kinzua Bridge are in Kinzua Bridge State Park off U.S. Route 6 near the borough of Mount Jewett, Pennsylvania. MORE AT WIKI


These pics and many more are HERE





Here are a couple video's I found on Youtube...






It's MILFY Monday....

Yup... It's Monday For The Working Man.....