Thursday, March 29, 2007

Haircut Survey: What Kind of Cut is This? Mullet?...

Monday, March 19, 2007

Im GoiNg to GEt mE an eDumaCAtion

I gots no respect yo where i worked before makin copies and stuff and got payed no better money yo. Now I gets respect cuz i gots a title and work in the tech wurl makin copies as a copy tech and thye said good job cus I get respect for my edumacation and get paid 6 dollars an hour now. big pimpin. peace.

Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Team Nicotine

I can imagine the yellow finger nails dancing across this keyboard and the wonderful grill that it matches. I feel a chronic cough coming mixed with a migrain and nausea.

Thursday, March 08, 2007


If someone would just require an ID and background check for adult diapers this whole mess could have been avoided.

Raisinettes Anyone?

U.S. man burns genitals while copying stunt in 'Jackass' movieMarch 08, 2007 7:15 AM EST
EAU CLAIRE, Wisconsin - Attempts to duplicate a movie stunt landed one man in the hospital with burned genitals and another facing criminal charges.

The men were trying to do a stunt from one of the "Jackass" movies, in which a character lights his genitals on fire.

Jared W. Anderson, 20, suffered serious burns to his hands and genitals, according to the criminal complaint. Randell D. Peterson, 43, who sprayed lighter fluid on Anderson and lit him on fire, was charged with felony battery and first-degree reckless endangerment Tuesday in Eau Claire County Court.

Witnesses told police that Anderson, who was drunk, volunteered to do the stunt Sunday after watching the movie, the complaint said.

After Peterson ignited Anderson, he ran into the bathroom, jumped into the tub and put the flames out, according to the complaint. He was taken to Luther Hospital, and eventually treated at the Regions Hospital Burn Unit in St. Paul, Minn., for second-degree burns.

Anderson told police that he did not want anyone to get in trouble because of the stunt.

Peterson was freed on a $2,000 (euro1,523) bond. He has a hearing scheduled April 16. If convicted, he faces up to 10 years in prison.

Friday, March 02, 2007

Weightless on Wheels

Steven Hawkins is scheduled to go weightless on a NASA plane soon. I want front row tickets to this. Will he be in his chair or are they strapping him in? But then whats the point if your weighless but can't deflect yourself off the inner walls of the plane? And who's going to hold his Foley drain?