Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Taking Responsibility Instead Of Pointing Fingers




Funnyman Adam Carolla is known for two things: hilarious rants about things that drive him crazy and personal stories about everything from his hardscrabble childhood to his slacker friends to the hypocrisy of Hollywood. He started broke and blue collar and has now been on the Hollywood scene for over fifteen years, yet he never lost his underdog demeanor. He's still connected to the working class guy he once was, and delivers a raw and edgy, fish-out-of-water take on the world he lives in (but mostly disagrees with), telling all the stories, no matter who he offends—family, friends or the famous.

Adam made the following video for Prager University. In it he explains how we can all change ourselves for the better by internalizing things. If we can learn from our mistakes instead of blaming everyone else, we can in essence change the direction of our future. By doing so, maybe we will leave the world a better place when we are gone than it was before we arrived.

Sunday, March 3, 2013

Nursing Home Refuses To Perform CPR As 911 Operator Pleads



While this is not a situation that is caused by Obama-Care's death panels, it is an example of the callous way our health industry is already beginning to look at the elderly in America.  Now that Obama-Care is the law of the land, it is but a matter of time before the government orders all healthcare workers to deny CPR to any person over a certain age who is dieing.

Don't tell me this is just an isolated incident that will not be repeated in America, because financial constraints on our future budgets commands it to be so.  In a country of citizens that care more about their present entertainment then they do about their future well being, we have voters beginning to approve "Right to Die" legislation. Interestingly, those who are overwhelmingly voting against such laws, are the ones who are closest to death. Like it or not, it's  a sign of things to come in America.

Friday, March 1, 2013

Extreme Athlete, Erik Roner, Jumps from Hot Air Balloon With Umbrella



Professional extreme athlete, Erik Roner, jumps out of a perfectly fine hot air balloon with an umbrella.

This is how Julie Andrew's character appeared in the distance when she flew down from the sky with an umbrella in the movie, "Marry Poppins".  Well, unlike Miss Poppins, Erik needed a backup parachute or else he would have met the same fate as the umbrella did.

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Student Catches Teacher Stealing from Students Bacpacks


LINDEN, Calif. - The Linden High School sophomore who videotaped a teacher apparently stealing money from student backpacks said she knew she had to do something.

Justine Betti said students had noticed things missing from their backpacks in gym class all year.

She decided to hide inside a locker to see if she could find the culprit. She did not expect it to be her teacher.

"After all the kids left she stayed in there and went through people's backpacks," Justine said, adding, "I saw her take money and then I told people and nobody believed me."

Betti decided she needed proof.

Something needed to be done. Like, that's not ok."

On Wednesday, February 13, she hid in a locker a second time, holding a phone video camera, with another camera propped up in a second locker.

"I didn't want to believe that she would do something like that because she was so nice, but then she did it," Betti said.

Both cameras show her teacher going through backpacks, with one clearly showing what appears to be money being taken from a pink backpack.

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Redneck Skeet Shooting and a Foxworthy/Jackson Bonus, "Redneck games"









There is a famous comedian that has made a career out of making fun of rednecks. He is so good, that when he is in town performing, rednecks will do go out of their way to share their stories with him. All in the hopes that he will use their real life experiences in his standup routine. Of course I speak of none other than the very talented, Jeff Foxworthy.


Jeff Foxworthy is one of the most respected and successful comedians in the country. Besides holding the record for most sales in comedic recording history, Jeff is also a multiple Grammy Award nominee, a best selling author with more than 26 books in print, and he has conquered television, and the big screen. Jeff's humor involves everyday family interactions and human nature, a rare combination that has made him the modern day equivalent of Mark Twain. Just ask the hundreds of millions of fans around the world, and they will tell you that he is one of the greatest to ever grace a stage.



When I first watched this video, I was unsure just what angle I would take in my introduction. However, the more I watched it, the more I realized I had no choice but to use the Foxwoerthy angle as a segue. So along with the video of the "Rednecks Shooting Skeet", I am also offering you a video by Jeff Foxworthy and Alan Jackson they call, "Redneck Games".  But first, I present to you:



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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Switchblade Unmanned Weapons


Switchblade - The most recent addition to the infantry's arsenal.

A back pack of two with a control system weighs about 40 lbs. It will fly for 15 minutes and at a speed that is hard to see. Compatible with the Raven control system.

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