I still don’t understand how ska once got as popular as it did. One of the great mysteries of the nineties. Unrelated.
Lynd Fitzgerald, 71, of Colorado Springs, and Roger Lichtenberger, 76, of San Marcos, Calif., were pronounced dead at the scene …
… after speeding down the runway and continuing another 315 feet, the Challenger became airborne over a ravine.
The release went on to say that after striking the ground the vehicle “became airborne a second time flipping end over end over a second ravine before coming to rest on its wheels.”
“I tore up your Versailles Treaty
Today is the first of September
See you at your graveside, baby
I’ll meet you in Poland, baby”
On Saturday night, a group of three furries—two wolves and a panda—walked through the hotel portion of Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, until they were stopped by security for foiling security cameras with their fursuits.
Their presence at this year’s conference warranted a special conference badge from Noid, one of the early organizers of Def Con, MetaVulp told me. The pass told Def Con security that it was cool for them to roam in their fursuits. The furries’ conference badges also included a QR code linking to Noid’s tweet thread daring them to do a fursuit parade during the conference, but apparently that didn’t fly by Caesars security standards.
Apparently you can get a refund and a $10 credit from Uber if a drunken whore gives the driver a blowjob during your ride.
Good to know.
As a photographer continually snaps shots, the models “freestyle” through a large number of different poses. They can do about two poses per second, or 30 poses over 15 seconds of continuous photos
There is concern that the flame-throwers could become the latest dangerous gadget to become popular in China, following a fad among some children for tiny crossbows which can shoot toothpicks or needles.