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by Admin posted Oct 12 2015 3:34PM
You know it's a serious game injury when the outcome is potentially losing your foot! This NY Giant player could lose his, read more about it HERE
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by Robbie Daniels posted Oct 12 2015 12:00PM
Welcome to pizza rat 2! While at the Union Square Subway station in New York, this man encountered a once in a lifetime sight when he witnessed not one, but two rats fighting over a slice of New York style pizza.

by Admin posted Oct 12 2015 8:00AM
KEITH RICHARDS from the ROLLING STONES is 72 years old, and he's definitely becoming increasingly SALTY. Recently, he's dissed Metallica, Black Sabbath, The Beatles, all rap music, the Grateful Dead, Justin Bieber, and even Donald Trump.

And now, he's got two more acts in his crosshairs: Led Zeppelin and The Who.

Keith told "NME" magazine, quote, "I love Jimmy Page, but as a band, no, with John Bonham thundering down the highway in an uncontrolled 18-wheeler. He had cornered the market there. Jimmy is a brilliant player. But I always felt there was something a little hollow about [Zeppelin], you know?"

On The Who, he said, quote, "[Keith Moon] could play to [Pete Townshend] like nobody else in the world. But if somebody threw him into a session with somebody else, it was a disaster. There's nothing wrong with that . . . Sometimes you've got that one paintbrush, and you rock it."

But then he also dismissed Roger Daltrey as, quote, "all flash."
by Admin posted Oct 12 2015 6:47AM
More cities are recognizing Native Americans on Columbus Day this year as they revive a movement to change the name of the holiday to celebrate the history and contributions of indigenous cultures around the country.

As the U.S. observes Columbus Day on Monday, it will also be Indigenous Peoples Day in at least nine cities for the first time this year, including Albuquerque; Portland, Oregon; St. Paul, Minnesota; and Olympia, Washington.

Encouraged by city council votes in Minneapolis and Seattle last year, Native American activists made a push in dozens of cities in recent months to get local leaders to officially recognize the second Monday of October as Indigenous Peoples Day. Their success was mixed.

The campaigns say the federal holiday honoring Christopher Columbus — and the parades and pageantry accompanying it — overlook a painful history of colonialism, enslavement, discrimination and land grabs that followed the Italian explorer's 1492 arrival in the Americas. The indigenous holiday takes into account the history and contributions of Native Americans for a more accurate historical record, activists have argued.

Columbus Day supporters say the holiday celebrates centuries of cultural exchange between America and Europe, commemorates an iconic explorer and honors Italian-Americans, a group that has endured its own share of discrimination.

"For the Native community here, Indigenous Peoples Day means a lot. We actually have something," said Nick Estes of Albuquerque, who is coordinating a celebration Monday after the City Council recently issued a proclamation. "We understand it's just a proclamation, but at the same time, we also understand this is the beginning of something greater."

Native Americans are the nation's smallest demographic, making up about 2 percent of the U.S. population. In recent decades, a significant number of tribal members have moved from reservations to urban areas, where a large majority live today. The shift makes the cities' resolutions and proclamations more meaningful, Estes said.

Congress set aside the second Monday of October as a federal holiday honoring Columbus in 1934. Over the years, Native Americans have slowly begun winning more recognition around the day.

South Dakota renamed Columbus Day to Native American Day in 1990, and it has been an official state holiday ever since. Berkeley, California, has observed Indigenous Peoples Day since 1992.

Parades and festivals that developed around Columbus Day have faced protests that are known for being confrontational, especially in Denver. Anna Vann, a longtime member of the Sons of Italy's Denver Lodge, recalls protests during the 1992 parade, which marked the 500th anniversary of Columbus' voyage, as the most unnerving and pivotal.

That year, protesters blocked the parade route for several hours, she said. After that, the parade wasn't held again until 2000, and it has been difficult to make it the draw it once was, she said.

"It's been a struggle to even get people to come and attend the parades as spectators," Vann said. "It's a celebration of when the Europeans came over and started their lives here. We wouldn't be where we are today if it weren't for this history."

The renewed push for Indigenous Peoples Day carries the sentiment of past decades' protests against Columbus, but it has proven less confrontational, with advocates instead finding traction at City Hall.

"They really didn't prove anything," Rey Garduno, an Albuquerque city councilman and longtime community organizer, said of the confrontational protests. "Whatever victory people took from them, you still ended up at the end of the day in the same place or even worse."
by Admin posted Oct 9 2015 4:07PM
Now we're talking, this can only be awesome and fun. A Will Ferrell themed bar has opened in NY! Check it out HERE
by Buzzfeed posted Oct 9 2015 12:00PM
People Are Getting Naked And Pretending To Be Frozen Chickens...Dumb I tell ya, just dumb....(robbie d)
click the link for more pics...

by Admin posted Oct 9 2015 8:00AM
Now with blue skies and red water found on Pluto, people are kinda being ho-hum about it. WILLIAM SHATNER spent many years as a starship captain. He knows stuff. So when he says we should be more excited about the discovery of water on Mars, then DAMMIT, WE SHOULD BE MORE EXCITED!

He says, quote, "This discovery is really the discovery of life other than on Earth . . . Water is the origin of life, and we've found water, so there are life forms on Mars, and therefore other places.

"It's the destruction of the uniqueness of the Earth and Biblical passages which say we're the only ones around. I mean, it is an enormous discovery, and I don't think it's been treated with the proper respect."
by Admin posted Oct 9 2015 6:49AM
Remember last month when Facebook announced they were finally adding a DISLIKE button? People were thrilled. I mean, what could be MORE useful in an election year.

But now it looks like that might NOT be the plan. Instead of a dislike button, Facebook has started testing "reaction emojis." Lame.

In other words, there'd be no option to click a thumbs-down to "dislike" a post. There would be seven different emojis to choose from.

The old 'thumbs-up' to like a post . . . a heart for "love" . . . a laughing face for "haha" . . . a happy face for "yay" . . . a shocked face for "wow" . . . a crying face for "sad" . . . and a mad face for "anger."

Right now they're just being tested in Ireland and Spain . . . there's no word whether Facebook plans to take them worldwide.

by Admin posted Oct 8 2015 3:49PM
Apparently the thing going around these days is the phrase "Let's Just Watch Netflix And Chill" a line evidentally said as a mans to casually ask your date over to your place. The phrase is popular enough that it now has it's own condom brand, oh brother. Read more HERE
by Robbie Daniels posted Oct 8 2015 10:00AM
Vote for the TOP FIVE nominees you think should be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame! The fan votes will comprise a fans' ballot that will be tallied along with the other ballots to choose the 2016 inductees to be announced in December -


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by Admin posted Oct 8 2015 6:40AM
French-based airplane-maker Airbus has filed a patent for a seating plan that would cram more passengers onto planes by stacking them up on top of each other. People would be seated in two rows, with one row above the other. The patent for the "mezzanine seating" design was filed in the U.S. on October 1st. According to Wired, the patent says the upper-level seats could recline 180 degrees and be suitable for business class. However, Airbus said that they patent many designs, but it doesn't mean they will ever actually be used.
by Admin posted Oct 7 2015 3:45PM
This year the legendary rock band, The Scorpions celebrate 50 years as a band! They're celebrating with a world tour, a new album, and, they're releasing their new movie documentry called "Forever And A Day" see the trailer HERE
by Huffington Post posted Oct 7 2015 10:00AM
WHOA! The Spookiest NFL Photo Of The Year Has Lots Of 3s and 13s....


by Admin posted Oct 7 2015 7:40AM
TOM HANKS found a girl's college ID during a walk in Central Park recently, so he's trying contact her through social media to give it back. He Tweeted a photo of the ID, with her last name covered.

Her first name is Lauren and she goes to Fordham University.

Unfortunately, it doesn't sound like Lauren will have the opportunity to meet Tom. He said, quote, "If you still need it, my office will get it to you." But still, it's cool that he took the time to get her ID back to her.

It didn't take long for Lauren to hear about it . . . even though she doesn't have a Twitter account. She says, quote, "It was ironic, I was thinking about it, you know I was out for a run, Forrest . . . I don't know."
In a way, Tom is just returning the good karma. A few months back, he Tweeted about how a guy named Tony found his credit card on the street in New York and returned it. He said, quote, "Tony! You make this city even greater! Thanx."

And while it's unclear whether Tony contacted Tom through social media, other celebrities like Mark Ruffalo and Channing Tatum have had lost wallets and bags returned to them from regular people, thanks to Twitter.
by AP posted Oct 7 2015 6:44AM
China Opens World's Longest and Highest Glass-Bottomed Bridge in Shiniuzhai Park
It's called Brave Men's Bridge for a reason.
The recently completed span is a glass walkway suspended a stomach-flipping 180 meters (590 feet) above a sheer drop in China's central Hunan Province.
Haohan Qiao, as it's known in Chinese, is the latest in a series of glass-floored attractions to open in China and the rest of the world.
Despite its terror-inducing appearance, its creators say the bridge in the Shiniuzhai National Geological Park is perfectly safe.
Each of the glass panes is 24 millimeters thick and 25 times stronger than normal glass.
"The bridge we build will stand firm even if tourists are jumping on it," a worker who constructed the bridge told the state-owned China News Service.
"The steel frame used to support and encase the glass bridge is also very strong and densely built, so even if a glass is broken, travelers won't fall through."
Haohan Qiao was originally a wooden bridge before the park experimented by replacing a small section with glass in 2014.
It decided to increase the thrill by revamping the whole overpass earlier this year, making it China's first all-glass suspension bridge.
Hunan is due to open another glass bridge later this year in the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon area, about 300 kilometers (186 miles) northwest of Shiniuzhai.
When completed, the Zhangjiajie structure will be the world's highest and longest glass bridge -- 430 meters long and 300 meters high.
by Admin posted Oct 6 2015 3:30PM
A campus book store apologizes for selling a female "perfect specimen doll" as gag gifts, students protested that it objectifies women, even funnier though, read what happened to the "perfect men specimen" dolls HERE
by Robbie Daniels posted Oct 6 2015 10:00AM
All 8,400 photos that the astronauts took on the moon during the Apollo missions with their special Hasselblad cameras can now be seen in high-resolution on Flickr. NASA uploaded the photos, which also include some shots taken during the journey to the moon and back, after a long digitization process. The photos can be seen at Project Apollo Archive:
by Admin posted Oct 6 2015 8:51AM
The line at Chipotle can get pretty long . . . so just imagine how brutal it'll be when the burritos are half price.

Chipotle is selling burritos for just $3 on Halloween . . . that's more than half off the regular price. The sale starts at 5:00 P.M. on the 31st

But to get the discount, you have to wear a costume . . . AND bring a, quote, "unnecessary addition."

What does that mean? You need a weird prop. So if you dress up as, like, a sexy cat, also bring a fake sword or wear swimming goggles or something.

Basically, just grab something out of your car as you're walking in. It'll probably be too hectic for them to be all strict about the policy.

by Admin posted Oct 6 2015 6:28AM
After this story I felt better because it happened to me and I was freaked out for a bit

Burger King has been selling a Whopper with a BLACK BUN for years in other countries, and people asked them to bring it to America. So they finally caved and introduced it as a special Halloween burger this year.

Well . . . maybe we should've left it in Asia.

Some people are finding there's a weird side effect of the black bun on the Halloween Whopper . . . it's turning their poop GREEN.

People are complaining on Twitter . . . and even sharing photos of their green poop. We accidentally looked at one and would strongly advise you do NOT.

The ingredients for the bun include A1 steak sauce and four different food colorings, so somehow they're teaming up to have this side effect for some people.

Fortunately there's almost no chance the green poop is a sign of any real health problems. Once the bun is out of your system you'll be back to nice traditional brown feces again.

Thanks Mom.

by Admin posted Oct 5 2015 12:06PM

Quiet Riot's Frankie Banali talking to The FOX Morning Show about the band's new movie, why one member of the band wasn't on board and stories from back in the day!

It's all here and more, take a listen!

Click here for Quiet Riot's official page and to get more info on their new movie!

by Robbie Daniels posted Oct 5 2015 10:00AM
The story calls it a thing for fall...why not all the time? It's BACON!

by Admin posted Oct 5 2015 8:00AM
Ok..check it out here...

Just days before the University of North Dakota holds a vote on a new nickname, there's another reminder that the controversy over dropping the old "Fighting Sioux" nickname hasn't yet gone away.
An alumnus of UND has created a modified design of the Fighting Sioux logo with its tongue sticking out, and is selling apparel online.
The Forum News Service reports that Karl Larson, who lives in Denver, recently set up a website, New Sioux, to sell T-shirts and sweatshirts with the logo on them. He calls it a "parody apparel company."
But the university is not amused.
The school retired the Fighting Sioux moniker in 2012, after a long and contentious legal battle over whether the symbols were offensive to local Sioux tribes and other American Indians.
The NCAA threatened sanctions, and eventually UND agreed to drop the Fighting Sioux name, and a new one is to be chosen later this month.
UND spokesman Peter Johnson told the Forum the school owns the trademark to the Fighting Sioux nickname and logo, and is telling Larson he must "cease and desist" using the logo, even in modified form.
"Certainly we understand people have rights, freedom of expression rights," Johnson said. "There are legal protections that come into play, so we're looking to protect our image."
Larson said he's received positive feedback from most people, and in fact, three of his nine shirt styles available on his website are out of stock.
"There are a lot of people who see it and just start laughing out loud right away," he told the newspaper.
Johnson said the university would like to discuss the matter with Larson and settle it without taking legal action.
Vote on new nickname coming up

UND announced recently it will hold an online vote in mid-October to determine the school's new nickname, although the exact dates haven't yet been announced, but the survey will take place for approximately one week.
To be eligible to vote, you must be a UND retiree, a current employee, a current student (as of Sept. 30, 2015), UND alumnus, or a donor or season ticket-holder (as of Aug. 31, 2015).
The five nicknames up for a vote are:
Fighting Hawks
North Stars
The winning nickname simply needs to receive a majority of greater than 50 percent of the votes. If none of the five options receive a majority vote, the two top vote-getters will advance to a runoff vote.
Each person is allowed one vote.
All voters will need to go through an email confirmation process that will be announced at a later date.
by Admin posted Oct 5 2015 6:47AM
No one in the NFL was arrested in September . . . and that's actually a VERY rare feat. It's the first time the league went a full calendar month without an arrest since July of 2009. That's over six years.

Now, you may be thinking, that's just one, long rough streak. But you'd be wrong.

Last month and July of 2009 are the ONLY months in the past 11 years where an NFL player wasn't arrested . . . and last month was the first time in 15 years that the league went a month DURING the season without an arrest.

Here are some other interesting facts: The NFL has been averaging an arrest per WEEK over the past five years.

The Minnesota Vikings have had 18 arrests during those five years, which is the most of any team. The Denver Broncos are next with 16 . . . followed by the San Francisco 49ers and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, both with 13.

And no NFL team has gone the last two years without a player arrested.
by Robbie Daniels posted Oct 2 2015 10:00AM
It's a MUST HAVE for all Pizza Fans, young and old!!

The Perfect Gift...Give a Slice today!

by Admin posted Oct 2 2015 7:53AM
Okay, this story comes from a random guy online, so we can't guarantee it's real . . . but we're REALLY hoping it is.

A guy posted a story this week on about a sexy anniversary gift for his wife . . . that went HORRIBLY wrong.

The guy bought a kit off the Internet that lets you make a MOLD of your JUNK. They send you the kit, you do the mold yourself, and then turn it into a vibrating love toy.

So he did it, and gave it to his wife for their anniversary. I'm sure she was thrilled. But he never mentioned that it was modeled after HIM, because he wanted her to figure it out.

But she never did. And she also never USED it. Then her sister was over at their place for dinner this week, complaining about how lonely she was while her husband was out on deployment. And the guy's wife gave HER the toy.

The guy was too embarrassed to say anything . . . so now his sister-in-law is sitting at home, and quite possibly using HIS junk as a love toy without realizing it.
by Admin posted Oct 2 2015 6:51AM
Word has it JOSEPH GORDON-LEVITT'S new movie is causing people to VOMIT at theaters . . . not because it's bad, but because it's TOO REAL.

The movie "The Walk" is about a French tightrope walker named Philippe Petit, who walked across a wire between the Twin Towers back in 1974.

The movie was shot in 3D . . . and apparently that's one dimension too many for some people who have vertigo or a fear of heights.

One viewer told the "New York Post", quote, "The last 20 minutes of the movie I had to look away a couple of times because of the sensation of the height. I felt a little bit queasy. I felt nervous. It was a tingling sensation and some anxiety."

Another said, quote, "The reports of guys vomiting in the men's room after 'The Walk' [are] true. I witnessed it, and came close [to being sick myself]. It's a bad visual trigger for vertigo sufferers."

Director Robert Zemeckis said after the first screening that he actually wanted audiences to experience vertigo . . . so apparently, it's a HUGE SUCCESS.

Originally posted on October 2nd, 2015
by Robbie Daniels posted Oct 1 2015 1:00PM
Police in Rome have given a man a warning for cruising the Tiber River in a converted Maserati car. Police said the man started his journey in La Spezia and was trying to get to Venice. The man reportedly has been warned by police numerous times in various locations for driving his unauthorized boat...

by Admin posted Oct 1 2015 8:00AM
Both having and attending weddings can get pretty expensive.

Just ask Jessica Baker.

The Minnesota resident was sent a bill for $75.90 after she was a no-show at a relative's wedding. Baker tells KARE-11 that she and her husband intended to go to the wedding, but their babysitter backed out at the last minute. Since children were not invited to the event, Baker says she opted to stay home. Baker did not inform the bride she wouldn't be coming, so the bride sent her a bill for the dinners Baker and her husband were slated to have. Baker said of the charges, "You've got to be kidding me...It listed, we would have had two herb crusted walleye and there was also a service and tax charge." Etiquette experts say the move was totally out of line, and that "Under no circumstances should you choose to follow up after the fact...kind of questioning why they couldn't attend or much less sending a bill." (Elite Daily)
by Admin posted Oct 1 2015 6:44AM
One of the biggest plot holes in "Home Alone" is that the phone lines get cut toward the beginning of the movie, when a tree falls on the wires.

So there's no electricity . . . the alarm clocks don't go off . . . the family almost misses their flight . . . and they can't call Kevin once they realize they've left him behind. But LATER in the movie, Kevin is able to call and order a pizza.

Now, 25 years later, someone on Reddit has finally come up with an explanation. Quote, "I always assumed the tree actually severed the main trunk line to the whole town, but local calls within the same exchange still worked."

So, the long-distance service was down, but a call to the local pizza joint could still be made. And a higher-up at AT&T actually CONFIRMED the theory. He told the "Huffington Post", quote, "In 1990, that was absolutely a plausible scenario."

Except that Kevin's dad IS able to call the neighbor's house. He leaves an answering machine message about Kevin being home alone, and the burglars hear it.

But the guy who came up with the theory says the long distance could have been cut JUST to Kevin's house. Or to some houses and not others. And someone else suggested that maybe the neighbors had a different long distance carrier.

(Or maybe we should admit it's just a stupid movie that doesn't have to make sense, and move on? Maybe to Syria? Climate Change? Water on Mars?)
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