Saturday, January 23, 2010
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Thursday, January 21, 2010
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Double dipped by CURBS ONLY at 9:05 PM
Birds are so punk
Can't even watch the whole thing. Red headed Christian seeks adolescent meltdown
Scooter used for getaway — police
Jan. 7, 2010, 2:48PM
UNIONTOWN, Pa. — Police say a Pennsylvania man in a hospital gown stole $50 from his ex-girlfriend at Wal-Mart, then tried to flee on a store-owned motorized shopping scooter.
Thirty-two-year-old Craig David Jr., of Smithfield, was charged Wednesday with robbery and disorderly conduct.
State police Cpl. Chuck Frey says David had just been released from a hospital for injuries in a domestic dispute Jan. 1. Frey says David had been hit with a frying pan and table leg.
David was still in a hospital gown Tuesday night when he met an ex-girlfriend who agreed to pay for his prescription medication. Instead, police say he grabbed $50 from her and scooted away.
David remained jailed Thursday. He does not have an attorney.
Double dipped by CURBS ONLY at 3:32 PM
My heart, just like many others, goes out to all these people in Haiti. If you weren't killed by the earthquake, your chances of surviving a city reduced to ruins is a whole other fucked up situation. People were already poor, now people are desperate. Shit is nuts. But above all, it's just saddening. It's humbling to think when these types of disasters happen, they just happen so quickly, everything changes for everybody over the course of a few unpredictable moments. And there's really nothing you can do to prepare yourself for it. Raw survival ain't like fight club, it's living hell.
Yet, in the "civilized" world, there are always more important things to worry about. Like Avatar causing depression in people that probably just take shit for granted anyway..
Monday, January 18, 2010
Skateboard Smack-ups were a controversial series of plastic figures on skateboards produced in 1986 by Playtime Products Inc., a company which was later acquired by Tyco Toys in 1991. In the vein of Garbage Pail Kids and other 80s Gross out humor, the 12 figures depicted children on skateboards being violently maimed by everyday skateboarding obstacles. For example, one figure named "Tammy Tailpipe" is impaled through the face by a car's tailpipe. This corrupting violence depicted in the figures led to them being banned by mothers and PTAs and even banned within Australia by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission on December 13, 1990.