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11 Gloriously Debaucherous Rockstar Stories

July 17, 2014 | 5 Comments » | Topics: Interesting |

crazy rock and roll stories

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Bullets Sliced Perfectly In Half

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1. (left) 7.62x51mm Plastic short-range training tracer, a type of ‘Simunition’ training ammo, designed for short-range training ranges where stray bullets and ricochets could be a concern (the whole blue section is the projectile). This one has a radiogenic tracer pellet that allows visual tracking of the round in daylight and night conditions. 2. (center) 7.92mm Mauser – an early German bullet used during the wars of the first half of the 20th century, however, during WWII, it was one of the few cartridges used by both the Axis and Allies. This particular specimen seems to be a ‘sabotage’ exploding cartridge, as it appears to be loaded with a blasting cap and a small amount of explosive. 3. (right) 6.5x55mm wood bullet, usually used for drill rounds or for blanks in automatic weapons. The reason they are used in automatic weapons is that the wood bullet generates enough pressure to operate the action, but is normally shredded by a muzzle attachment.

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The War On Drugs By Jeff Gomez

July 17, 2014 | 2 Comments » | Topics: TRUTH |



This war has been going on for the past 40 years, and has proven to be a failure morally, practically, and economically. This series of 10 illustrations show various aspects or events of the war in its most recent years, and suggesting a potential solution to a very complex problem. You can view all the images and others at Jeff Gomez

The world’s largest consumer of illegal drugs is the United States. Cocaine is grown and processed in South America, and due to its illegality, the exportation and importation process is both risky and extremely profitable. A kilogram of raw coke is worth $250. By the time it reaches the United States, the retail price has grown to $107,000 for that same kilo. That is a profit margin of 1400% enjoyed by drug cartels, banks and corrupt governments. The system of prohibition put in place by Congress impedes the rights of Americans to put whatever substance they wish into their bodies, while simultaneously making billions of dollars annually. If you do not own your body, you are slave.

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quote of the day

I get that it's boring to give the MVP to the same guy year after year, but LeBron is - without a doubt - the best andmost valuable player to any team.

Look at the Cavs before, during, after, then during LeBron again. Lottery team to perennial playoff contender back to lottery team and back again. All because one guy wasn't there anymore.

You could put LeBron on the absolute worst team in the league every year and he would get them to the playoffs. That's what he does, that's who he is. The Most Valuable Player to any team in the NBA.

When Mozgov forgot how to play basketball this year, LeBron carried the weight. When Love forgot to show up for the Finals, LeBron carried him too. The man is an absolute freak of nature, a basketball savant, and a one-of-a-kind talent that we'll probably never see again, like Jordan or Magic or Wilt.

I'm not ready to declare him GOAT (despite my obvious bias) because Jordan was a goddamn machine out there. You wouldn't see Jordan wearing a frog-tea hat or talking shit about the "haters" on social media, Jordan would shut them up on the court then blow $50k in five minutes on the blackjack table while banging your girlfriend in front of you.That's who Jordan was - an animal, an absolutely ice-cold killing machine - and LeBron isn't that same guy. LeBron is nice, he wants to be friends with his competitors off-court, and that's fine too.

Kobe was Jordan Lite. LeBron isn't anything Lite, he's LeBron Raymone James, and he is now and always will be the best player to ever don the Cleveland Cavalier uniform.

And for that, and this title, he's my unanimous MVP.

- OpticalDelusions 



Kennedy Deserves Your Full, Undivided Attention

July 17, 2014 | 2 Comments » | Topics: Babes |

a gallery of photos of hot babe Kennedy Leigh

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Awesome Stuff Around The Internet

July 16, 2014 | No Comments » | Topics: Links |

This woman spent $30,000 on platic surgery to look like Kim Kardashian – Bro My God

Too damn awesome…Cats That Look Like Pinup Girls – Ned Hardy

Kate Upton unzipping in zero-gravity – Knowd

26 Babes You Can’t Miss – Crowd Ignite

Here’s What $1 Million Buys In Housing Markets Around The World – Business Insider

Kate Upton Epic Candid Bikini Beach Cleavage – Celebrity Ninja

Iggy Azalea shows off her rump on the streets – G-Celeb

23 Insanely Clever Products You Need In Your Life – Linkiest

Could These Conspiracy Theories Be True??? – Leenks

Rihanna showing off her curves in a bikini – Drunken Ninja

Kelly Brook has some nice curves – Celeb Slam

Cindy Prado: One of The Hottest Girls on Instagram (30 Photos) – Radass

Dat Hump Day Hump (15 Pics) – Regretful Morning

20 shocking makeup transformation – World Wide Interweb

Kayla is your hot college coed of the day – Big 10 Tens

Anastasia Ashley for Ghetto Juice Magazine – The Blemish

12 Quiet Rituals of Enormously Successful Humans – Marc And Angel

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The Dumping Grounds

July 16, 2014 | No Comments » | Topics: The Dumping Grounds |

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It’s Time To Visit The Trashy Side Of The Internet Again

July 16, 2014 | No Comments » | Topics: FAIL |

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trashy pictures

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North Korean Defector Draws Horrifying Pictures Of Life Inside A North Korean Prison Camp

July 16, 2014 | 1 Comment » | Topics: TRUTH, WTF |

The new report by the United Nations’ Human Rights Council is nearly 400 pages of horrifying detail about North Korea’s systematic "crimes of extermination, murder, enslavement, torture, rape and persecution on grounds of race, religion and gender." Based on interviews with hundreds of witnesses and victims, it’s dense, disturbing reading. But in case the firsthand accounts aren’t affecting enough, one former prisoner, Kim Kwang-il, who spent two years in a prison in North Korea, enlisted an illustrator to draw the torture he witnessed.

Scale, Aeroplane, Motorcycle Torture: Prisoners were made to hold uncomfortable positions for extended periods of time.

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