May 29, 2009

Will Work For Bacon.com:

Will Work For Bacon.com

"Like many great ideas, it started out as just a joke. A couple of us around the office saw the Bacon Explosion viral recipe passed around the Net and actually decided to make one. While enjoying this delicious taste treat, we mused about how cool it would be if there were a whole restaurant dedicated to bacon. It would have everything with bacon, gourmet bacon, bacon burgers, chicken carbonara, bacon pot pie, bacon martinis, bacon chip cookies. You name it, it would be there. There could even be a "bacon bowl" that no matter what you filled it with, it would be a bacon dish."

Will Work For Bacon.com

May 27, 2009

Retarded Tattoos...Immortal DUH!




And he'll juge your spelling









Possibly the most famous misspelled tattoo.
Instead of Chi-Town as the man requested, he got "Chi-Tonw".
He later sued the tattoo artist.







Does he means the spelling system?







Indeed! ..but not in action







Tomarrow never knows how to spell tomorrow right







Can you spot the three misspellings?
ANSWER: freinds, straind, surley










CNN reported that Joseph Beahm paid $100 for this tattoo, which was supposed to read “Why Not, Everyone Else Does”.
Instead it came out as, "Why Not, Everyone Elese Does."
He sued the tattoo parlor to pay for his laser surgery.







Don't know if this is Comedy or... Tradgey







To bad you don't own a dictionary







Your alive? No, sir, that's my alive. Give it back!
>

Just can't take it no more feelin' numb
Woke up face on the floor I was dumb
Cut me all the way to the core morning comes
Time to get busy forgetting again
Tired of going out my mind
Looking for something I won't find
How could I have been so blind
This is a load of crap
It figures she would win
But I'll learn to feel again
Bear down hard when you fill it in
Give me the pain I'll grit my teeth in





Worlds Craziest Tattoos







The tattoo has changed this living man into a Skull. It's the face of Frank, at Derm FX Tattoo in Montreal.












This is not make-up, but an actual tattoo



This is not make-up, but an actual tattoo






















































A $10,000 tattoo



May 26, 2009

Shark Bite Wet Suit:

Via ByDiddo

Wetsuits are both functional and protective, but why must they all look the same?
Is there some unwritten law that dictates we shed our individuality to blend into the monotone waters? Not to challenge Mother Nature’s art direction but it’s high time for a change.

With that in mind, I took up the challenge to create an alternative. With custom inks and unique printing techniques, I was able to map textures onto the suits to create original designs that evoke the mysteries of the seas.

The first edition contains four original designs: a rusted iron diving suit evoking the days of Jules Verne, the anatomic musculature suit as a homage to our inner strength, a wet suit which gives the illusion that the wearer has been attacked by a group of hungry sharks and finally a whale shark patterned suit that celebrates the brilliance and originality of our natural water world. More images in post.


May 22, 2009

Mother Of The Year Award:

KENNESAW, Ga. (AP) -- Police arrested a 56-year-old babysitter after a one-year-old child she was keeping was found alone in a car in a gas station parking lot. Police said the woman left the baby in a van for about 25 minutes to play video games inside the gas station. She was arrested Wednesday afternoon and charged with child cruelty. Kennesaw police said the van's front windows were down about an inch. The woman was being held on $3,000 bond.

May 20, 2009

Student Used Biology Class Snake As Jump Rope:

Via Baltimore Sun

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh police say a high school student was facing charges for using a biology class snake as a jump rope. Police said the incident happened Monday at Taylor Allderdice High School. Police aren't identifying the 17-year-old suspect because he's being charged in juvenile court. The boy will be charged with theft and cruelty to animals.

The animal survived the ordeal and was being examined by a veterinarian.

Pittsburgh Public School officials on Tuesday were not immediately able to say what kind of snake it was.

May 18, 2009

Neanderthals Extinction: Devoured By Humans:

Via Guardian UK

One of science's most puzzling mysteries - the disappearance of the Neanderthals - may have been solved. Modern humans ate them, says a leading fossil expert.

The controversial suggestion follows publication of a study in the Journal of Anthropological Sciences about a Neanderthal jawbone apparently butchered by modern humans. Now the leader of the research team says he believes the flesh had been eaten by humans, while its teeth may have been used to make a necklace.

Fernando Rozzi, of Paris's Centre National de la R├ęcherche Scientifique, said the jawbone had probably been cut into to remove flesh, including the tongue. Crucially, the butchery was similar to that used by humans to cut up deer carcass in the early Stone Age. "Neanderthals met a violent end at our hands and in some cases we ate them," Rozzi said.

The idea will provoke considerable opposition from scientists who believe Neanderthals disappeared for reasons that did not involve violence. Neanderthals were a sturdy species who evolved in Europe 300,000 years ago, made complex stone tools and survived several ice ages before they disappeared 30,000 years ago - just as modern human beings arrived in Europe from Africa.

Some researchers believe Neanderthals may have failed to compete effectively with Homo sapiens for resources, or were more susceptible to the impact of climate change. But others believe our interactions were violent and terminal for the Neanderthals. According to Rozzi, the discovery at Les Rois in south-west France provides compelling support for that argument.

Previous excavations revealed bones that were thought to be exclusively human. But Rozzi's team re-examined them and found one they concluded was Neanderthal. Importantly, it was covered in cut marks similar to those left behind when flesh is stripped from deer and other animals using stone tools.

Rozzi believes the jawbone provides crucial evidence that humans attacked Neanderthals, and sometimes killed them, bringing back their bodies to caves to eat or to use their skulls or teeth as trophies. "For years, people have tried to hide away from the evidence of cannibalism, but I think we have to accept it took place," he added.

But not every team member agrees. "One set of cut marks does not make a complete case for cannibalism," said Francesco d'Errico, of the Institute of Prehistory in Bordeaux. It was also possible that the jawbone had been found by humans and its teeth used to make a necklace, he said.

"This is a very important investigation," said Professor Chris Stringer, of the Natural History Museum, London. "We do need more evidence, but this could indicate modern humans and Neanderthals were living in the same area of Europe at the same time, that they were interacting, and that some of these interactions may have been hostile.

"This does not prove we systematically eradicated the Neanderthals or that we regularly ate their flesh. But it does add to the evidence that competition from modern humans probably contributed to Neanderthal extinction."

May 16, 2009

Kingston Trio Do "Zombie Jamboree":




The Kingston Trio performs "Zombie Jamboree" at the Historic Yuma Theater.

May 14, 2009

Granny Has Designer Vagina Operation To Improve Her Sex Life:

Via The Sun UK

A 75-YEAR-OLD woman has stunned docs by asking for a "designer vagina" op to help her sex life.

The randy Russian granny, named only as Nina M, said she wanted the trendy surgery to bag herself a young husband.

Dr Anna Uzunova said: “Usually such requests are from much younger women.

“But she wanted to have an active sex life despite her age so we agreed to do the operation and help her.”

Happy Nina was delighted with the results saying after the op: “I feel like a young woman again.”

May 13, 2009

Flies Make Ants Into Zombies?

Via BoingBoing



The attention-grabbing headline above is about a University of Texas at Austin effort to use parasitic flies as a defense against fire ants. Apparently, phorid flies control the fire ant population naturally in South America. From the Associated Press:




The flies lay eggs on the fire ants, and the eggs hatch into maggots inside the ant and eat away at the pest's tiny brain.

The ant will get up and wander for about two weeks while the maggot feeds, said Rob Plowes, a research associate at the University of Texas at Austin.

"There is no brain left in the ant, and the ant just starts wandering aimlessly," he said.

About a month after the egg is laid, the ant's head falls off — and a new fly emerges ready to attack another fire ant.


"New weapon turns fire ants into headless zombies"

Lennon's Bloody Clothes Displayed:

Via BBC News



John Lennon
Lennon was murdered in New York on 8 December 1980




A new John Lennon exhibition, due to open in New York later, will feature a paper bag containing the bloody clothes from the night he was shot dead.

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Annex display also features the piano from his apartment and handwritten lyrics.

His widow Yoko Ono, who has created the display, said the clothes were "hard to include" and she feared she "might be criticised as well" for including them.

Lennon was murdered outside the Dakota apartment building on 8 December 1980.

Deportation battle

John Lennon: The New York Years, which will run for the rest of the year, includes a sleeveless New York City T-shirt worn in a famous photograph of the former Beatle, as well as other items of his clothing.




The bag containing John Lennon's clothes
Ono received the items from the medical examiner after Lennon's death


It also features letters outlining his battle against deportation in the early 1970s and more than a dozen examples of handwritten lyrics.

Guitars belonging to Lennon, as well as a pair of his trademark wire-rimmed glasses, are also included in the exhibition.

Lennon, who died at the age of 40, lived in New York for much of the 1970s.

"I know it's a kind of a sad and very poignant kind of paradox, I think, that he loved this place so much and this where he was killed," Ono said.

She said she was still coming to terms with Lennon's death.

"If it was a slow a process we could have talked about it or something," she added.

May 12, 2009

Plants vs. Zombies:

Via Mark Frauenfelder, BoingBoing



After reading Tom's description of PopCap's Plants Vs. Zombies on Offworld, I downloaded it and played it with my six-year-old daughter over the weekend and last night.

The game is a classic "tower defense" game. Brain-eating Zombies on the street are shuffling towards your house. The only way to defend your family against the rotting cannibalistic invaders is by sowing seeds of different species of fast-growing plants designed to stop or slow them down.

At this point, everyone else in the house is sick of Jane and I talking about how much fun Plants Vs. Zombies is and what we'll need to do keep the zombies from overtaking us when we play again (as soon as she gets back from Kindergarten class today).

Plants vs. Zombies



May 11, 2009

Cthulhu Found On British Beach:

Via Telegraph UK

4ft jellyfish found on British beach

Giant jellyfish: The species - also known as rootmouth jelly, common jellyfish or saucer jelly - have no bones or brain, and their colorful bodies are 95 per cent water.
Photo: SWNS


Experts say the 4ft (1.21m) Rootmouth Jellyfish - nicknamed the Dustbin lid or Sea Mushroom - can cause a painful rash on human skin if in contact with tentacles.

The jellyfish was caught on camera by photographer Peter Stapleton who is keeping the exact location secret to avoid panic.

"A woman came up to me and said there was a huge jellyfish over on the other side of the beach," he said.

"It was the biggest I've seen, about 4ft long with a large body and tentacles.

"As well as people there was other wildlife around it, including herons, but they seemed as puzzled as the rest of us and left it alone."

The species - also known as moon jelly, common jellyfish or saucer jelly - have no bones or brain, and their colourful bodies are 95 per cent water.

They usually grow to around 12 inches (30cm). Jellyfish can swim slowly but are largely at the mercy of the tides and currents.

May 09, 2009

Laptop Pillow For Sleepy Workaholics:

Via UberGizmo


Ever spent a wild night out before a workday only to find yourself napping at your cubicle, and to make matters worse, you have rested your head on the keyboard itself, resulting in marks of all keys on your face when you are rudely awakened by the boss? With the Laptop Pillow, such a thing will never happen again since it comes in a plush material that will ensure you get a decent rest - although what it won't do is guarantee your job security since you aren't supposed to slack off at work anyways in the first place.

May 07, 2009

Porn Screensaver Interrupts Presentation:

Via Today On The Interwebs


Porn Screensaver Interrupts Presentation [NSFW] is a video of a foreign-language suit-and-tie presentation being interrupted by a porn screen saver. WHOOPS! Time to blame the tech people for the stuff on your computer.





(From Buzzfeed)

May 06, 2009

Why The Fuck Do You Have A Kid?

WhyTheFuckDoYouHaveAKid.com






Why the Fuck Do You Have A Kid? is a submission-fueled, tumblr website that features poor parenting choices and their kids. While the site's title is a rhetorical question, sometimes the pictures seem to answer it clearly.

May 05, 2009

Dom DeLuise Dies At 75:

Huffington Post


LOS ANGELES — Dom DeLuise, the portly actor-comedian whose affable nature made him a popular character actor for decades with movie and TV audiences as well as directors and fellow actors, has died. He was 75.

DeLuise died Monday night, son Michael DeLuise told KTLA-TV and radio station KNX on Tuesday. The comedian died in his sleep after a long illness. Calls to his agent were not immediately returned.

The actor, who loved to cook and eat almost as much as he enjoyed acting, also carved out a formidable second career later in life as a chef of fine cuisine. He authored two cookbooks and would appear often on morning TV shows to whip up his favorite recipes.

As an actor, he was incredibly prolific, appearing in scores of movies and TV shows, in Broadway plays and voicing characters for numerous cartoon shows.

Writer-director-actor Mel Brooks particularly admired DeLuise's talent for offbeat comedy and cast him in several of his films, including "The Twelve Chairs," "Blazing Saddles," "Silent Movie," "History of the World Part I" and "Robin Hood: Men in Tights." DeLuise was also the voice of Pizza the Hutt in Brooks' "Star Wars" parody, "Spaceballs."

The actor also appeared frequently in films opposite his friend Burt Reynolds. Among them, "The End," "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas," 'Smokey and the Bandit II," "The Cannonball Run" and "Cannonball Run II."

Another actor-friend, Dean Martin, admired his comic abilities so much that he cast DeLuise as a regular on his 1960s comedy-variety show. In 1973, he starred in a situation comedy, "Lotsa Luck," but it proved to be short-lived.

Other TV credits included appearances on such shows as "The Munsters," "The Girl From U.N.C.L.E.," "Burke's Law," "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" and "Diagnosis Murder."
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On Broadway, DeLuise appeared in Neil Simon's "Last of the Red Hot Lovers" and other plays.

Because of his passion for food, the actor battled obesity throughout much of his life, his weight reaching as much as 325 pounds at one point. For years, he resisted the efforts of family members and doctors who tried to put him on various diets. He finally agreed in 1993 when he needed hip replacement surgery and his doctor refused to perform it until he lost 100 pounds.

He and his family enrolled at the Duke University Diet and Fitness Center in Durham, N.C., and DeLuise lost enough weight for the surgery, although he gained some of it back afterward.

On the positive side, his love of food resulted in two successful cookbooks, 1988's "Eat This _ It Will Make You Feel Better!" and 1997's "Eat This Too! It'll Also Make You Feel Good."

At his Pacific Palisades home, DeLuise often prepared feasts for family and friends. One lunch began with turkey soup and ended with strawberry shortcake. In between, were platters of beef filet, chicken breast and sausage, a bowl of spaghetti and meatballs and a saucer of lettuce.

He strongly resembled the famed chef Paul Prudhomme and joked in a 1987 Associated Press interview that he had posed as Prudhomme while visiting his New Orleans restaurant, K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen.

DeLuise was appearing on Broadway in "Here's Love" in the early 1960s when Garry Moore saw him and hired him to play the magician "Dominick the Great" on "The Garry Moore Show."

His appearances on the hit comedy-variety program brought offers from Hollywood, and DeLuise first came to the attention of movie-goers in "Fail Safe," a drama starring Henry Fonda. He followed with a comedy, "The Glass Bottom Boat," starring Doris Day, and from then on he alternated between films and television.

"I was making $7,000 a week _ a lot of money back then _ but I didn't even know I was rich," he recalled in 1994. "I was just having such a great time."

He was born Dominick DeLuise in New York City on Aug. 1, 1933, to Italian immigrants. His father, who spoke only Italian, was a garbage collector, and those humble beginnings stayed with him throughout his life.

"My dad knows everything there is to know about garbage," one of the actor's sons, David DeLuise, told The Associated Press in 2008. "He loves to pick up a broken chair and fix it."

DeLuise's introduction to acting came at age 8 when he played the title role of Peter Rabbit in a school play. He went on to graduate from New York City's famed School of Performing Arts in Manhattan.

For five years, he sought work in theater or television with little luck. He finally decided to enroll at Tufts College and study biology, with the aim of becoming a teacher.

Acting called him back, however, and he found work at the Cleveland Playhouse, appearing in stage productions that ranged from comedies such as "Kiss Me Kate" to Shakespeare's "Hamlet."

"I worked two years solidly on plays and moving furniture and painting scenery and playing parts," he remarked in a 2006 interview. "It was quite an amazing learning place for me."

While working in summer stock in Provincetown, Mass., he met a beautiful young actress, Carol Arthur, and they were soon married.

The couple's three sons, Peter, Michael and David, all became actors and all appeared with their father in the 1990s TV series "SeaQuestDSV," in which Peter and Michael were regulars.



May 01, 2009

Tentacle Tables:

chul an kwak is a young korean designer who aims to inject furniture with dynamic emotion, breaking from the static norms. we met kwak at the seoul design week 2007 where he was exhibiting his 'r.n.i.' series of furnishings.
the series is modeled after images of running horses that motivated him to create furniture which takes-off from
a point in space and time.


chul an kwak tables