Kinda looks like she doesn’t shave, ruin my dreams for later, lol.
Was out shopping today. I go to checkout and the guy in front of me has the Hitler Mustache style. Bad idea if you ask me.
In recent months there has been tons of trash talking between UK and IU fans. Back in December of 2011, IU beat UK on a last second shot. UK did all they could to lose that game. They had numerous turnovers, missed free throws, lay-ups and their best player Anthony Davis was in foul trouble. Even with all of that going wrong, IU had to win with a last second shot. All that matters is the final score which was IU 73, UK 72.
After that game UK won 24 straight. IU did have great wins against Ohio State and Michigan State; however, they had embarrassing losses to Iowa, Nebraska and Minnesota. They were also blown out in the rematches against both Ohio State and Michigan State. Point being – UK was still the better team even though IU had beaten them in December. Of course IU fans disagreed and believed IU was better than UK.
Last night UK and IU played again. Things were different. UK did not miss free throws. IU didn’t sink 9 out of 15 three pointers. Terrance Jones actually showed up and played. IU wasn’t at home with their 17,000 insane racist fans and hometown refs. UK cruised to a 102-90 victory. UK proved that the last second win back in December was a fluke.
I’m not bad mouthing IU. IU had a great season. Last night IU would have beaten any team left in the NCAA tournament besides UK. IU shot over 50% from the field, shot well from the free throw line and got UK’s best player once again in foul trouble. They also scored 90 points. Unfortunately for them they played UK. Every time IU made a shot, UK matched it. IU was outplayed, outcoached, and outmatched. What can you do?
IU basketball is back. They have great players returning and one hell of a recruiting class coming in. They are well coached and even I will admit, they have a loyal fan base. I hate to say this, but I believe IU will be the best area team next year, unless UK lands some of the blue-chip recruits they are still after. Look for IU to be preseason top 5 next year.
Go for fat women. You can shake your head no all you want. Fat women are some of the best freaks out there. If you are a decent looking guy they will jump all over you. Since most don’t look good, they make up for it in other ways, normally sexually ways.
Go out with an ugly-average chick. They normally have hot friends. By dating the “ugly duckling” you will make her hotter friends see you as a great guy. You may have to sleep with the ugly one a few times before nailing her hotter friends, but hey, at least you are getting laid!
The drunk girl that we see at every party. She is so wasted she will laugh at all your bad jokes, believe any lie you tell her and can’t tell if you look like Brad Pitt or Pee-Wee Herman.
Older women that just been through a divorce. If you are age 18-30, go for a chick in her 40’s that just had a recent divorce. More than likely she is horny, sad, needs someone to listen to her (you only listen for the booty) and will be flattered that a younger man is into her.
The History Channel currently has two shows that do well in the ratings. The first one is one of my more favorite shows, “American Pickers”. The second is “Pawn Stars”. I like both shows when I have time to watch TV. After watching Pawn Stars a few times I got the sense that a lot of the show was staged. Some things just didn’t seem right. I did some research and came across some articles claiming the show is not only staged, but fake.
I’m not saying these articles are true. The evidence however, seems very overwhelming. These articles even provide data and pictures of items that are either not the same or clearly fake. Read below and tell me what you think.
I watched a rerun of History’s (cable’s newest reality television network) Pawn Stars the other night. (Season 2; Episode 5). In this episode a man named Rod brought in — what he “believed” to be — his 1960 Les Paul Custom guitar. Rod claimed to have gotten the guitar during the 1980s while touring with bands Toto and Triumph.
I got curious as to just who he was in relation to those two bands, so I hit the internet to investigate. What I found was not exactly a surprise, even if it was a disappointment.
The segment was completely staged. The guitar used in the show belonged to local Las Vegas vintage guitar store, Cowtown Guitars. The “customer” was played by an employee of that same store. And the “expert” brought in to appraise it was yet another Cowtown Guitar employee/manager. (Exposé credit goes to the guitarphiles in the Les Paul Forums.)
The customer named Rod in the Pawn Stars episode is actually Rod Miller of Cowtown Guitars in Las Vegas, where he is employed at as a luthier. How long he has worked there, I do not know. But I found evidence of his employment there fourteen months before the first episode of Pawn Stars ever aired. (See Exhibit A below.)
Jesse, the guitar expert in the episode that identified the guitar as being from 1972, can be found on Cowtown Guitar’s website as one of the store’s principal contacts.
With respect to the guitar, as of March 2011, it was still listed (as sold) on Cowtown Guitar’s website. Note the same identical buckle rash in the website photo as in the episode clip below. (See Exhibit B above.)
But it does not end there. I found another episode that used more Cowtown inventory to stage a segment. In season 2, episode 14, a “customer” trades a 18th century French double-barreled shotgun for a 1978 Gibson Les Paul. Although Rick’s expert appraises the shotgun for $10,000, the owner settles for “$4,000 worth of guitar.” The customer had previously stated he was looking for a high end guitar — and it just so happened Rick had one in the back, which he admitted to never putting on display.
So, if the guitar was a setup, that means the transaction was a setup. And by way of the transitive property, it means the gun and customer must also be setups. In other words, the entire segment was duplicitous and a complete fabrication. (My guess is that the gun was brought in by the gun expert, himself.)
Still do not believe the show is completely fake? If the misrepresentations of these two segments involving three mundane pieces were not enough to cast aspersions over the entire series for you, you are in luck; because there is more.
There is proof of fraud as early as season one, episode eight, entitled Time Machines.
Rick Harrison buys a 1950s Coca-Cola machine to refurbish. Rick Dale of Rick’s Restorations is enlisted to restore the machine. (You might also know Rick Dale from History’s American Restoration.) The finished result is beautiful, indeed. However, there is one small problem. It is not the same machine.
In fact, it is not even the same model. The machine on the left is identified as a Vendo 39. But the restored machine on the right is a Cavalier 79. The dimensions of the two machines are not even the same.
This was noticed by a Gulf Oil memorabilia collector who also claimed to recognize another piece on the show. Rick’s Big Bet (Season 1; Episode 10) had a Wayne gas pump that, again, was taken to Rick’s Restorations after purchase from the “customer.”
Bobby Knight hates Kentucky. I’ve known that my whole life. I was born in 1981. From the year I was born until around 1990 or 1991, Bobby Knight was one of basketball’s best coaches. He won three Nationals Titles, a Gold Medal and just about everything else in between. He retired a legend. Only a handful of coaches have accomplished the same or more than Knight.
Personally I pay no attention to anything Knight says or does these days. His last decade at Indiana wasn’t about winning games. Instead it was about cussing out interviewers, refs or attacking his players with chokeholds. Knight was fired and then took a job at Texas Tech. There he coached in front of half-empty arenas and did nothing (besides cuss out more refs and people he didn’t like).
Kentucky Sports Radio is upset because Bobby won’t mention Kentucky on TV. He won’t admit they are a good team nor have the best player in the nation, Anthony Davis. Do these losers lack a life that bad that Bobby Knight not mentioning Kentucky hurts their little feelings? Not once have I seen Coach Cal or Davis make an issue of this. You know why? Davis is out there to win. He works hard daily to be as great as he is. Matt Jones and company are sports nerds that sucked so bad at sports that all they can do is complain about it.
Knight is an idiot. He’s a known liar, bully and ass. I will say this in defense. He won 900 games on the National College Basketball level. He won three National Championships. Matt Jones is a lawyer that only athletic ability is in his wrists due to masturbating to Joe B. Hall pictures. My life is too fun that I don’t follow every comment Knight says or won’t say. I love UK basketball. Bobby hates UK. And to be frank, I don’t give a shit.
Today KSR and company took their lust over Knight to a new level. Someone called Knight on his personal cell phone (sounds like harassment). Knight asked the caller how he got the number and this gutless loser wouldn’t tell Knight. After a few tries of trying to get an answer, Knight hung-up. I’m actually on Knight’s side. When people call me and won’t explain who they are or how they got my number, I also hang-up. Sounds like typical hack-journalism.
To avoid Knight is simple. Do what I do. Don’t pay attention to anything he says. Knight was in the spotlight from about 1970-1991. Unfortunately for him that light burned out around 1990 or 1991. I enjoy Kentucky basketball no matter what people say. I’ve seen the great times; I’ve seen the bad times and everything in between. And I’ve loved every second of it.
(Matt Jones, leader of the KSR losers)
1. Grow a Mullet
To be honest nothing really needs to be said here. What man woke up one day and grew a mullet out and then looked in the mirror and said, “Damn, I look good!”?
2. Man Purse
Call it style all you want. The fact of the matter is – it’s a purse!
3. Hacky Sack
Hacky Sack equals not getting laid.
a little Irish for the readers
Táimid joke thart ar a lán ar an suíomh seo. Is é Lá Fhéile Pádraig ar lá de partying spraoi, agus fáilteachais. Tar éis an lae amárach na cluichí cispheile, is féidir liom gealltanas beagnach mise beidh fíor amach a bhfuil cúpla deoch. Má tá tú ag partying amach amárach, a úsáid tuiscint coiteann. Ná deoch agus tiomáint. Níl aon chúis le dochar a dhéanamh duit féin nó duine éigin eile a chur i mbaol.
Tá Cabs a dime dosaen. Tá tú go bhfuil an saol fiú níos mó ná cúpla deoch. Más rud é nach féidir leat a aimsiú cab, a aimsiú cara maith go bhfuil sober. Tá gach cara amháin a úsáideann tuiscint coiteann agus tógann sé aire mhaith dúinn. Níl mé ag iarraidh a fheiceáil ar bith de mo chairde a cailleadh mar gheall ar easpa de tuiscint coiteann. Ifreann, níl mé ag iarraidh lucht leanúna an suíomh seo le caith a saol amach thar cúpla deoch.
Meas ar ár ndlíthe. Meas ar shábháilteacht daoine eile. Ná bheith ina amadán. Nach bhfuil Tá cúpla deoch fiú ag rith thar dhuine máthair linbh, nó cara. Mar sin, ól suas, agus taitneamh a bhaint as a bheith sábháilte.
now in English
We joke around a lot on this site. St. Patrick’s Day is a day of fun, partying and hospitality. After the basketball games tomorrow, I can almost promise yours truly will be out having a few drinks. If you are out partying tomorrow, use common sense. Don’t drink and drive. There is no reason to harm yourself or put someone else in danger.
Cabs are a dime a dozen. You’re life is worth more than a few drinks. If you can’t find a cab, find a good friend that is sober. We all have the one friend that uses common sense and takes good care of us. I don’t want to see any of my friends lost due to a lack of common sense. Hell, I don’t want fans of this site to throw their life away over a few drinks.
Respect our laws. Respect the safety of others. Don’t be a fool. A few drinks aren’t worth running over someone’s mother, child or friend. So drink up, enjoy and be safe.