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|Posted by keaser on December 3, 2013 at 3:35 PM||comments (0)|
We are stuck in the era of selfies, and now it appears the animals want to be involved. This could get interesting.
The theft occurred at the Kimberley Land Council, and was covered by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. ABC then posted the video, below, to its Facebook Page.
|Posted by Jesse Clark on December 1, 2013 at 6:30 PM||comments (0)|
I don't even know where to start with this. It is such a tragic event on an amazing person, father, and actor. During an interview he stated that if he died it would be in a car he loved and that you would find him with a smile on his face because it is what he loved. Seeing Paul Walker's death come online was a shock in the acting industry and to the Fast and Furious family. I may not have known him like the Fast family did or like his own family did but this is devestating to me just for the fact is I looked up to him as an actor and in three weeks was suppose to work and film with him. My deepest thoughts and prayers go to the Fast family, his family, and everyone who was in his life. It is a shock that someone this great and young had to go so soon. If you have any comments or anything leave it below and let us know your thoughts.
|Posted by keaser on October 24, 2013 at 8:30 AM||comments (0)|
The contest is over! Costume of the year goes to little one covered in LED!! Leave us a comment below, what do you think. Is it cool, cruel, or cute
|Posted by keaser on October 24, 2013 at 12:10 AM||comments (0)|
|Posted by keaser on October 21, 2013 at 9:20 AM||comments (0)|
As we wake up on this Monday morning some you might be experiencing some diffculties with Facebook. As of right now, it is impossible for some users to post status, post comments, like a status, or post pictures.
Trying to update your status will yield this message: "There was a problem updating your status. Please try again in a few minutes."
Facebook status update issues are not uncommon, but this one seems global — we've tested it from several IPs and received the same message.
This is a developing story.
|Posted by keaser on October 12, 2013 at 3:20 PM||comments (0)|
written by Isaac Himmelman
Remember romance? Of course you don’t. You’re a millennial. Romance for millennials is a few drunk texts and a sexy snapchat. And then there’s millennial romance in college. If you thought romance was dead in the real world, romance in college has been spit out and drowned in a puddle of puke and Pinnacle® Cotton Candy Flavored Vodka.
Now there is surely a bro among us who yearns for the good old days of romance when you could pick a Barbara up in your old man’s Lincoln and drive her to a grassy knoll that overlooks the entire suburb and proceed with some heavy petting (but not for too long because you need to have the Barbara home by curfew or the Barbara’s dad will pull down your khakis and whip your bare-ass with his belt.) Ah. Romance! Too bad you're dead.
But hey, nothing ever truly dies. Sure, things die technically, but their spirits live on, sometimes in the bodies of animals. So while romance in college might be dead, the spirit of romance lives on forever in some squirrels.
How then do you go about accessing the spirit of dead romance? How do you conjure it from its lair and breathe new life into its heart?
You can take girls out on dates! Here’s the thing, though—you’re in college now. You’re not going to be picking up the neighborhood Barbara’s in your old man’s Lincoln and driving them off to knolls. Also, since it’s 2013, your old man probably drives a Prius, and picking a girl up for a date in a Prius is essentially picking a girl up for a date in a giant vagina.
In any event, the good news is that college doesn't mean the suspension of dates. In fact, I believe you’ll find courtship in college to be fun, productive, and (dare I say) romantic.
To my brothers in arms, here are “9 Classic College Date Ideas”:
“Want to come over to my dorm room and watch Amélie?”
This is a movie about a quirky girl in Paris. Girls love quirky. Girls love Paris. Boom.
“Want to come over to my dorm room and watch Garden State?”
Killer soundtrack on this one. You’re so money.
“Want to come over to my dorm room and watch The Social Network?”
“Want to come over to my dorm room and watch Precious?”
It’s based on the novel Push by Sapphire!
“Want to come over to my dorm room and watch Harry Potter and the Goblin of Fire?
Spoiler alert: Harry is a boy-wizard.
“Want to come over to my dorm room and watch Mr. Boover’s Little Boats?”
Not a real movie.
“Want to come over to my dorm room and watch Gotta Love All These Puppies?”
Also not real.
“Want to come over to my dorm room and watch one of the movies?”
Like any of them.
“Want to come over to my dorm room and have sex?”
This one kills the mystery if you ask me.
|Posted by keaser on October 3, 2013 at 2:45 PM||comments (0)|
(CNN) – U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said on Thursday that one person was injured in a shooting on Capitol Hill, CNN's Dana Bash reports.
Police are reacting to reports of shots fired on Capitol Hill in Washington. An order was given over the Capitol speaker system to shelter in place because of an active shooter situation.
There were reports of multiple gunshots near the Senate Hart Office Building, and people were seen running.
Capitol Police sent out the following advisory to staffers:
"SHELTER IN PLACE. Gunshots have been reported on Capitol Hill requiring all occupants in all House Office Buildings to shelter in place. Close, lock and stay away from external doors and windows. Take annunciators, Go Kits and escape hoods; and move to the innermost part of the office away from external doors or windows. If you are not in your office, take shelter in the nearest office, check in with your OEC and wait for USCP to clear the incident. No one will be permitted to enter or exit the building until directed by USCP. All staff should monitor the situation. Further information will be provided as it becomes available."
The House and Senate went into recess after the shooting.
|Posted by keaser on August 15, 2013 at 10:10 AM||comments (0)|
"Call of Duty: Ghosts" is conjuring new ways to play online.
Female characters, interactive maps, canine sidekicks and a knuckle-biting intense mode dubbed "cranked" are among the new additions deploying to the multiplayer mode of the popular military first-person shooter franchise when "Ghosts" is released for both current and next-generation consoles Nov. 5.
"Call of Duty" publisher Activision Blizzard Inc. detailed the complex multiplayer mode, which includes 30 new weapons and more fluid movement, during a Wednesday showcase.
"I think the biggest difference is going to be the dynamic maps," said Eric Hirshberg, CEO of Activision Publishing, backstage at the event in downtown Los Angeles. "It really changes the game for the better. You not only have to learn how the maps are laid out and where the best hiding spots and vantage points are located, but you also have to figure out how they can be used for you or against you."
Here are five ways the online mode for this "Call of Duty" will be different from its predecessors:
For the first time in the 9-year history of "Call of Duty," multiplayer combatants can choose to portray a female soldier on the front line. It's one of 20,000 possible customization options when it comes to creating an online avatar in "Ghosts." Other personalization possibilities include selecting the race, body type, gear and clothing of virtual characters.
The battlefield won't always be stable in "Ghosts." The developers have added several interactive tricks that can dramatically alter the maps in the game's multiplayer mode. Some are as simple as a closed door with the ability to block access to a secret hideaway, while others are as explosive as a gas station that can obliterate nearby foes if ignited.
Riley, the geared-up German shepherd who appears in the single-player campaign, will leap into the multiplayer mode as one of 20 new "killstreak" rewards earned when players take down the opposition and complete objectives. The canine companion will growl when enemies approach, scout out the battlefield and take out baddies who come too close.
CRANK AND FILE
There are seven new multiplayer modes coming to "Ghosts," including the cooperative "search and rescue" and "squad" installments, but the most intense new way to play "Call of Duty" online is called "cranked." For each kill, a player's reload and movement speeds are amped up, but if a 30-second countdown clock reaches zero, they spontaneously combust.
HEAR ME NOW
The developers have enhanced the game's sound effects with details that more closely resemble the real world. For example, gun shots fired in a large metal-filled warehouse sound different from those in a small carpeted room. The chatter during battle has also been fleshed out with teammates who call out when grenades go off or enemies appear near landmarks.
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|Posted by keaser on August 14, 2013 at 8:00 PM||comments (0)|
I'll be honest, I thought this was funny! While I was watching it, I actually thought of a couple people who have a Sleepy Carl.
Let's be honest though skiing on french toast sticks would be #legit
|Posted by keaser on August 13, 2013 at 10:15 AM||comments (0)|
I do not think Robin Thicke himself saw this accomplishment coming. What does Mr. Thicke have in common with Adele and Rihanna? The rare double #1 ranking. This summer marks only the fifth time in this decade where the album and a song from that album reach #1 at the time same time. Adele did it three times with three different songs in 2011-2012. Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines is an easy candidate for song of the summer.
Here take listen for yourself! #THICKE