Discussion in 'Toke N Talk' started by Winter Woman, Jan 7, 2012.
should be a good topic to bring up on a first date..
Discipline, young man ... discipline. cn
i'am still learning the ways of the force~
Don't neglect the Dark Side ... hell of an underappreciated erogenous zone. cn
Tell them you work in a prison.....
So much truth in this..
Take it from me, the dark side is dangerous because of the freedom it provides. I wish Star Wars went more in depth with the concepts of the force and the dark side, kind of like Star Trek did..
Man calls police to complain about his ugly prostitute. Really? Really.
there's a new form of elective surgery out now, it's called ball smoothing...
that's right, tired of old wrinkly nut sacks? go get them smoothed via laser surgery..
the tech is call balled ironing, believe it or not, and is all the rage in hollywood..
man its hard enough keeping up with all the trends.. now i gotta worry about having smooth balls.. /facepalm
If you're a golfer, you already know that there's a trend without a future. Unsmooth balls go all the way. cn
You just can't make this stuff up. Why in the hell would he marry her?
SYDNEY, Nova Scotia A 78-year-old Canadian woman dubbed the "Black Widow" has been given a sentence of 3 1/2 years in prison for drugging her newlywed husband.
The sentence for Melissa Ann Shepard, who pleaded Monday guilty to administering a noxious substance and failing to provide the necessities of life, will be reduced to two years and nine months because of time served in pretrial custody. Shepard was charged last year after Fred Weeks fell ill while the couple was on a honeymoon.
An agreed statement of facts says Shepard slipped tranquilizers into the 75-year-old man's coffee and he was later taken to hospital. He survived.
Shepard was convicted of manslaughter in 1992 in the death of her second husband, Gordon Stewart, who she drugged and ran over twice with a car.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/0...ging-newlywed/?intcmp=obnetwork#ixzz2WHrkqzTL
LMAO!! Glad no one was hurt.
(Newser) A 3am seven-car pile-up near the Atlanta airport, somehow, did not end with any deathsbut it did end with six of the drivers charged with DUIs. The crazy incident began when a pedestrian "started walking into the interstate" this morning, explains a police spokesperson. He entered I-75, got hit by a car, and six other vehicles then collided in a chain reaction, blocking all southbound lanes for more than five hours. Five of the drivers were taken to the county jail; the sixth person charged was hurt and had to go to the hospital. The pedestrian, who is in critical condition, was also slapped with a pedestrian in roadway charge, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Idiots all around
(Newser) Theres irony, and then theres the story of Fagilyu Mukhametzyanov, a 49-year-old Russian woman who woke up at her own funeral only to have a heart attack and die when she realized what was going on. Mukhametzyanov had been falsely declared dead after collapsing with chest pains, the Daily Mail reports. When she awoke, she was lying in a coffin, with mourners filing past and saying prayers. She screamed, and passed out again. Her eyes fluttered, and we immediately rushed her back to the hospital, her husband says. But she only lived for another 12 minutes in intensive care before she died again, this time for good. The hospital says its investigating the incident. I am very angry, and I want answers, the husband says. She wasnt dead when they said she was and they could have saved her.
Wait, they have socialized medicine there don't they.
Room 8 (1947196 was a neighborhood cat who wandered into a classroom in 1952 at Elysian Heights Elementary School in Echo Park, California. He lived in the school during the school year and then disappeared for the summer, returning when classes started again. This pattern continued without interruption until the mid-1960s.[SUP][/SUP]
News cameras would arrive at the school at the beginning of the year waiting for the cat's return; he became famous and would receive up to 100 letters a day addressed to him at the school. Eventually, he was featured in a documentary called Big Cat, Little Cat and a children's book, A Cat Called Room 8. Look magazine ran a three-page Room 8 feature by photographer Richard Hewett in November 1962, titled "Room 8: The School Cat". Leo Kottke wrote an instrumental called "Room 8" that was included in his 1971 album, Mudlark.[SUP][/SUP]
As he got older, Room 8 was injured in a cat fight and suffered from feline pneumonia, so a family near the school volunteered to take him in. The school's janitor would find him at the end of the school day and carry him across the street.
His obituary in the Los Angeles Times rivaled that of major political figures, running three columns with a photograph. The cat was so famous that his obituary ran in papers as far away as Hartford, Connecticut. The students raised the funds for his gravestone.[SUP][/SUP] He is buried at the Los Angeles Pet Memorial Park in Calabasas, California.
Elysian Heights Elementary School has a wall mural on the outside of the school that features Room 8, and the teachers read his book to each new class. Room 8's paw prints are immortalized in cement on the sidewalk outside the school.
In 1972, a cat shelter was started in his name called The Room 8 Memorial Foundation.
the mayor of Talkeetna AK is a cat.For reals yo....
do they pay him in candy? [video=youtube;oJkYu2TH6CA]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJkYu2TH6CA[/video]
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