I would write more right now, but I have tears streaming down my face and have stomach pains. It’s only my 20th time watching it, but Jackass Number Two is one of the FUNNIEST movies I have ever seen.
I find this really funny.
“Experts say the slow digestive system of cows makes them a key producer of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that gets far less public attention than carbon dioxide.
In a bid to understand the impact of the wind produced by cows on global warming, scientists collected gas from their stomachs in plastic tanks attached to their backs.
The Argentine researchers discovered methane from cows accounts for more than 30 per cent of the country’s total greenhouse emissions…
Scientists are now carrying out trials of new diets designed to improve cows’s digestion and hopefully reduce global warming. Silvia Valtorta, of the National Council of Scientific and Technical Investigations, said that by feeding cows clover and alfalfa instead of grain “you can reduce methane emissions by 25 percent”.
I know some of you are more responsible than others, but for all that have looked in…. thank you
Tonight was great! Caught in the rain on a patio! Running into my friend Dave. Wearing a garbage bag as a shirt! And when i get home, I realize my cat loves and leaves her partner (see picture).
I was just walking home from dinner and there was a drunk guy on the corner of my major intersections. He kinda’ looked like Dog The Bounty Hunter. He was swaying around, trying to hail a cab. The first cab he tries to hail turns him down. His response? “Fuck you. I don’t have any money anyway!”. Second cab he tries to hail? Turns him down. His response? “Fuck you, you ___ with your lights on!”. It was racial.
I had gone in to a store to buy cigs, and by the time I came out, he was gone.
As sad as it is, there was humor in it. Trust me, I’ve done some funny shit while drunk. It is sad, yet I admit it’s funny.
This is almost as funny as this guy.
“Don’t you know I have a leg?”
Ha ha ha ha ha!!!
Paul McCartney has announced he’ll play a free concert on the Plains of Abraham in Quebec City on July 20 to mark the city’s 400th birthday.
The former Beatle used Canada Day to make the announcement in a video message taped in London:
“Hello everybody in Canada. Hi, how are you doing? Paul McCartney here, and I would like to announce that I am doing a gig — a big gig — in Quebec City on the 20th of July…. We’re coming to Quebec for the first time. We’re going to have a great time! And I would love to see you there.”
It will mark McCartney’s only North American concert date this year, his first concert in Canada since 2005 and his first performance ever in Quebec City.
Just a few weeks ago, the 66-year-old performer played a free concert in Ukraine for a crowd of 300,000 in Kyiv’s main square.
Officials in Quebec City have been keen to drum up tourism this year, and McCartney is the big headliner they had been hoping for.
“Paul McCartney is more than a celebrity. He’s a legend, a reference, a musical and cultural icon,” organizer Daniel Gelinas told the Montreal Gazette.
“His presence here will draw the attention of the entire world.”