Friday, May 28, 2010

Gary Coleman is four feet under

Gary Coleman is dead. He was taken off life support on Friday morning and passed away, both TMZ and first reported. His wife Shannon Price and her father were at the hospital.
Coleman died Friday at 12:05 PM MDT.
Coleman, 42, was best known for his role as Arnold Jackson on "Diff'rent Strokes." Word got out that he was hospitalized Thursday and in critical condition.
When I was a little kid I always wanted to grow up to be Gary Coleman. R.I.P. little buddy. Click on the pic for the full story.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

The Best Way To Get Out Of Jury Duty

TV psychic gets excused from jury duty, so that he won't ruin everything by telling people ahead of time how the case turns out. He knew that was going to happen.
It's a great way to get out unless your this guy, what ever happened to him? He's probably trying to guess people's orders at the Taco Bell drive thru now. Click on the pic for the story.

Giant beer bottle hot air balloon spotted in Dexter

Call this one tall drink — 15 stories tall.
A giant beer bottle could be spotted from I-94 as commuters made their way through the Dexter area Thursday morning.
A look at the beer bottle hot air balloon inflated at Cameron Balloons in Dexter on Thursday morning. That bottle — a hot air balloon — was being inflated on the grounds at Cameron Balloons, which designs and constructs custom-made hot air balloons. Their recent creation was commissioned by Anheuser-Busch, Inc.
They might have one big inflatable bottle, but we still have the world's largest six pack! Click on the pic for the full story, also, look at the comments for the story. Someone from La Crosse made a comment about the City Brewery's six pack, great, just great!

Gaydar really exists

Gay people really do have an inbuilt radar that helps them seek out like-minded souls, scientists have shown.
This sixth sense, or 'gaydar', ensures they pay more attention to detail, allowing them to pluck potential partners out of a crowd.
The Dutch researchers looked at whether straight and gay people focus their attention differently when faced with a problem.
I don't think that you have to be gay to have good 'gaydar'. I knew Ricky Martin was gay before he came out and I'm not gay. Click on the pic for the full story.

Willie Nelson Cuts His Signature Locks

Music fans have come to expect a little eccentricity from legendary crooner Willie Nelson, but he pulled off a real shocker this time: He cut his hair.
I'm just glad he still had the locks when he came to La Crosse a couple months ago, because when I saw Willie I wanted the whole package. The hair, the guitar, and the songs! Click on the pic for the full story.

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Mobile phone number suspended after every single person assigned to it died in the last 10 years

A mobile phone company has suspended the number 0888 888 888 – after every single person assigned to it died in the last 10 years. The first owner Vladimir Grashnov – the former CEO of Bulgarian mobile phone company Mobitel which issued the number – died of cancer in 2001 aged just 48. The number then passed to Bulgarian mafia boss, Konstantin Dimitrov, who was gunned down in 2003 by a lone assassin in the Netherlands. Dimitrov, who died aged 31, had the mobile with him when he was shot while eating out with a model. The phone number then passed to Konstantin Dishliev, a crooked businessman, who was gunned down outside an Indian restaurant in Bulgaria's capital Sofia after taking over the jinxed line. Who would want that number anyway? Unless your a big fan of the number eight. Click on the pic for the full story.

The new home of the New York Giants and Jets will host the 2014 Super Bowl, the first time the National Football League game will be held outdoors in a cold- weather city, Commissioner Roger Goodell announced today. I like the idea of a cold weather Super Bowl, and this may mean that someday we may see a Super Bowl at Lambeau. They should call this Super Bowl the toilet bowl because of the smell of New Jersey. Click on the pic for the full story.