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Most of this is just horrible acting but it is worth it for the 3 helicopter scenes where someone has to tell her every line she says.
Two retired professional Muay Thai kickboxers, who are now Thai Senators, fought on the steps of their Parliament to promote the National Sport of Thailand. If only US Senators were this athletic...
- Down by two.
- 5 seconds left in the game.
- Starting from their own 20.
- Starting QB injured and replaced by the starting RB.
See here for far more detail about this amazing play.
Paul Lukacs is a blogger who does business in China all the time. Recently on a return trip from China he refused to answer any of the silly "business or pleasure" questions which resulted in blowing the mind of the Customs Agent that was asking him the questions. They detained him for 30 minutes while they tried to come up with something to charge him with but ultimately let him go. In the comments section of his original post, lots and lots of people called him a douchebag (which he is) but a lot also commended him for standing up for his constitutional rights of privacy (for which he SHOULD be commended).
In answer to those questions, he posted 10 points which show a great understanding of the constitution and US law. The takeaway is this. Anytime you speak with a cop, you run the risk of lieing (accidentally or not) which could result in you going to jail like Martha Stewart. This is a must read.
I am gonna tip my hand here and announce that I will probably be voting every incumbent out of office this year. That said, if I lived the the 36th Congressional district in California, I would be voting for Mattie Fein because incumbent, Jane Harman, is apparently the girlfriend of Iranian President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Parody is the foundation of the First Amendment!
So...those repressed childhood memories of the priest molesting you in the confessional? Yeah, you made them up (or your psychologist did). Turns out that traumatic events like being sexually assaulted are actually made STRONGER by the trauma, rather than the folklore idea of them being buried. It makes sense. Some of my strongest memories are the worst memories from my past: first time I was beaten up, when my ex cheated on me, the time Bailey almost died, etc.
So where do those memories come from? Most likely crazy people looking for sympathy or inept psychologists.
Chinese authorities are throwing a fit with people named Shan because it contains a rare Chinese character that doesn't exist in most word processors. As a result, they are forcing them to change their names.
In an effort to make bullets less lethal, the EPA wants to prohibit the use of lead in the manufacturing of said bullets. Wrap your mind around that one.
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