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April 26, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: main |

15 Shocking Facts You Never Knew About The Challenger Shuttle Disaster – Ranker

Watch Ashley Graham Celebrate International Lingerie Day By Twerking In Her Underwear – Maxim

Demi Lovato Showed Off Her Boobs Again…This Time On The Red Carpet – Mandatory

Why NASA is Exploring Breast Cancer + Other Stories – Goop

We Can’t Get Enough of Smoking Hot Katya Elise Henry – Linkiest

What Anthony Bourdain Can’t Travel Without – NY Times

Caitlyn Jenner spoke to “The View” on the difficulty of being transgender and Republican – Rare

Former Miss Italy Contestant Shares Story of Gruesome Acid Attack by Ex – Radass

Micaela Schaefer Does Baywatch Good! – Hollywood Tuna

A damn fine collection of bewbs, awesomeness and everything in between – Leenks

Kim Kardashian’s GIANT (Real?) Thong Booty Back at It Again – G-Celeb

I Love My Baby, But I Wish He Would Stop Saying, This Human Form Is Limiting – Runt Of The Web

32 Hottest Pictures Of Indian Actress And Model Urvashi Rautela – Regretful Morning

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This Is Aaron Hernandez’s Alleged Prison Lover – The Blemish

Dem girls got legs for days (28 Photos) – Bad Sentinel

Fans Furious as ESPN Lays Off 100, Including Trent Dilfer and Other Big Names – Newser

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The Dumping Grounds

April 26, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: The Dumping Grounds |

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17 People Reveal The Things They Still Wish Existed From Their Childhood

April 26, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Nostalgia |

1. Parents that didn’t believe that the whole world was out to kidnap / abuse / harm their children and let them go out and play instead.

2. Super Soakers. Water guns today suck, they are not even close to the first and second generation super soakers.

3. The occasional feeling of not having a care in the world.

4. My children look at me like I am their super hero, they believe in Santa and the tooth fairy, they believe they can call me in the middle of the night to look under their bed for monsters or just hold their hand.

I somehow make them laugh until milk comes out of their nose, I can carry both of them at the same time, (barely, but I still can).

They believe I can make anything out of Lego, wood and Duck tape, (Lego and wood are optional).

I miss my dad, and all that came with it.

5. Falling asleep on the couch and waking up in my bed in the morning.

6. I’d say the mindset and outlook of the pre-9/11 general public. I’ve heard that every generation has an event which shapes a lot of their lives, and 9/11 was definitely that for my generation. I always thought that there’d be a slow, almost seamless change, but it was the most abrupt end to an ideal that I’ve ever witnessed.

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A Few Answers To Questions You Always Wondered About

April 26, 2017 | 1 Comment » | Topics: Interesting |

Do Police Officers Struggle With Becoming Bitter Toward the Public?

Yes. This is particularly a problem when the officer is dealing with a group who he perceives is always making work for him.

The city where I worked was a tourist destination with lots of money and liquor in the mix. It drew a disproportionate share of people who are now called “homeless” (we usually referred to them as “vagrants” or “drunks”) who would panhandle, buy, or otherwise acquire alcohol, and get drunk in parks and other public places. They had very low standards of hygiene, occasionally fought (not very effectively) with officers, and committed many petty offenses that took a great deal of time and resources to deal with.

It was very easy to depersonalize these people and essentially forget they were human. When I worked there, management didn’t make much of an effort to discourage this. The only time anyone would get into trouble over a drunk was when something truly over-the-top happened. For example, a two-officer team working the drunk wagon were loading up the drunks and then racing out of town 20 or 30 miles to the boonies, then dumping them at the side of the freeway. They got fired, but several attempts at trying them were all frustrated by witnesses who were either too drunk to testify or who just couldn’t be found when they were needed.

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A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating Photos And Videos

April 26, 2017 | 2 Comments » | Topics: Interesting |

Dude’s last wish was to be on his bike at his funeral


Man comforts gorilla after its mother was killed by poachers 

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A Few Glorious Clips For Your Consideration

April 26, 2017 | 3 Comments » | Topics: Clips |

Phone thief runs right into police station


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Hot Instagram Babe Of The Day: Raven Tracy

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17 People Describe The Crappiest Part Of Being An Adult

April 25, 2017 | 7 Comments » | Topics: Life |

1. It’s hard to explain, but for me it’s that the sense of being part of some story where you are the protagonist kind of fizzles out unceremoniously and leaves you drifting for the rest of forever.

As a kid, you’re on a path, there’s a plan laid out for you, and whether you intentionally break from the plan or follow it to the letter, there’s this linear progression of growth, and an ultimate goal to strive for. You have allies, you have enemies, you have trials that you pass or fail, you have moments of catharsis, etc. You feel like part of a beautiful narrative, like the heroes in movies and books and tv shows and stories. You feel like there’s a right and a wrong way to go, and some ultimate fate waiting for you at the end that will sum up what all of it meant.

When you get to be an adult, that illusion crumbles away as you realize that you don’t have a narrative, there is no path or plan, things aren’t always linear, and you’re nobody’s hero. There are no allies, because friends can be both good and bad for you simultaneously. There are no enemies, because frankly no one cares enough to wage a personal war for long. You don’t have a destiny. You make choices that are more a product of random chance than you want to admit, and sometimes the consequences make sense, sometimes they don’t. You may flounder around in a bunch of different directions for many years, ultimately not making any progress, and having nothing of import to show for it. You’re not a good person or an evil person – you’re just an ant wandering around looking for crumbs. No, worse than an ant, because an ant has a purpose in life, to serve its queen and colony. You can choose to align yourself with a purpose, but it may never fulfill you or reward you. And nobody will be waiting with a shiny gold medal for you if you stick to it.

Life as an adult seems less and less like an exciting adventure story and more and more like a delerious, confusing fog of random developments and passing phases that raise more questions than they answer.

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