Sunday, October 24, 2010

This Post is Dildos

Some interesting encounters regarding dildos (dildi?).

First up, this drunk man (armed with a pink dildo) jabs a police officer. After our hero is cuffed he is forced to use his last resort. He grabs the dildo using his mouth to finish the police officer off but his attempts are foiled.

Its not everyday you get your teeth knocked out by a giant double-ended dildo in a dildo attack.

Also, an illegal dildo ring gets busted.

      Thoughts, gentlemen?

Thursday, October 21, 2010


I dont understand a lot of the comments, he seems like a pretty cool guy. He seems like the type of person I usually associate with as well, and I wouldn't mind being friends with this particular individual. Seems like he carries himself very well, on top of that he seems very fashionable.

I am more then envious of his artisan quality conversational skills with women.

Clearly his musical inventiveness and intellectual comprehension is misunderstood by the appointed and established 'professionals'. Could it be that Chazz is the modern day Picasso of music?

Chazz is clearly a very humble character reminiscing us of his beloved locality. His cunning and mannerisms knows no bounds as he carefully explains his incomparable approach to women with his heightened vocabulary.

Please comment, let me know what you guys think of this gentleman. 

Monday, October 18, 2010

Terrible Movie Review: The Expendables

Saw this movie when I was working on a movie set down in Seattle, probably one of the worst movies I have seen in awhile. Granted it was fun to watch with a group of movie enthusiasts while in an empty theater, I would almost say it was worth paying for.



"I would have payed you twice as much.... to go fishing"

I could not find one of my favourite scenes from the movie. Anyway, in this scene Stallone is chasing down the villain who is making his way to a helicopter in the middle of a fucking warzone with his love interest. He picks up a torpedo and gives it to Terry Crews (the huge black guy with the shotgun),

Terry: what do you want me to do with it?
Stallone: throw it as far as you can!

Terry throws the torpedo directly at the helicopter from half a mile away, and Stallone empties 2 clips from his pistol on it while it is fucking airborne, and of course it explodes right over the helicopter foiling the villain's escape. Makes perfect sense to me.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Sesame Street: Smell like a Monster

I am almost 20, and I still love sesame street. Thoughts gentlemen?

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Saturday, October 9, 2010

Justin Bieber Hater Threats

Saw this posted on ebaumsworld, i loled. Thoughts?

Thursday, October 7, 2010

The Warriors Way

Looks pretty intense, let me know what you think!

Tuesday, October 5, 2010


Hey guys, so I figured there should be a website to help circulate each others blogs, so I ask you that check out this particular one that I put up in efforts to help everyone have their blog known.

Monday, October 4, 2010

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Life on Gliese

As if there wasn't enough excitement swirling around the discovery of a potentially habitable planet circling the star Gliese 581 just 20 light years away, one of the scientists behind yesterday's announcement upped the ante during a press briefing yesterday afternoon, declaring "my own personal feeling is that the chances of life on this planet are 100 percent."

Steven Vogt, a professor of astronomy and astrophysics at UC Santa Cruz, said he had "almost no doubt" (which seems slightly different than 100 percent sure) that life exists on Gliese 581g, an exoplanet Vogt and colleagues discovered via the Keck Observatory that is orbiting in the "habitable zone" surrounding the red dwarf Gliese 581. The "habitable zone" -- a term some scientists are loath to use given the many variables at play in planetary science -- is the sweet spot that is neither too far or too close to the star such that surface water might exist there.

Vogt's statement might make for a bold prediction -- especially given the number of life-bearing planets we've found thus far -- but his statement is more an endorsement for the persistence of life than a declaration that he's found it elsewhere in the galaxy. "Personally, given the ubiquity and propensity of life to flourish wherever it can, I would say, my own personal feeling is that the chances of life on this planet are 100 percent," Vogt said to reporters.

Meaning, even if there is life on the planet as Vogt seems to think there is, there's no telling what kind of life it might be or whether it might be any degree of intelligent -- though an Australian sky-watcher did pick up a mysterious radio signal from nearby Gliese 581e a couple of years ago. Just to be safe, we'd like to extend warmest greetings to our Gliesian readers.

Awesome article I stumbled into, the concept of finding the first planet to currently be sustaining life is very exciting. Let me know your thoughts, cheers.

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