Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Would you like to have a "Dublin Mudslide"?

I suppose I've just been exposed to too many of those slang terms for alleged nasty sexual acts such as the Dirty Sanchez and the Cleveland Steamer. So I couldn't help chuckling to myself when I saw this new Ben & Jerry's ice cream flavor in the store yesterday:

I have no idea what takes place during a "Dublin Mudslide" but I'm pretty sure I'd rather give one than receive one. via
thanks jeff

Jessica Simpson says Nick has a small penis

Jessica Simpson has gone public saying that her ex-husband, Nick Lachey, has a very small penis. It's so small that she hardly felt anything while having sex, and even had to fake orgasms.

Jess was recently quoted as saying: "Nick's small package was a problem sometimes, like the first time we had sex, to tell you the truth, I didn't really feel much, I faked the whole thing, I really felt sorry for him, I still loved him though."

Ouch dude, sweet ex-wife. via

Tupac was on the TV show "In Living Color" ?

Prince William & Prince Harry like to have fun

While partying at the trendy London nightclub, Boujis, Prince William, 24, and Prince Harry, 21, were photographed a little past drunk and chatting up every girl in the room. Harry, however, took a special interest in Natalie Pinkham (as you can see in the above picture). A fellow patron tells The Sun:

"Harry was really going for it. He had been downing drink all night and was touchy-feely with everyone - especially Natalie. He had his hands all over her and was kissing her on the face. At one point he reached his arm around her and gave her a proper grope on her breast. She was very shocked but didn't seem to mind in the slightest. I don't suppose it's every day an heir to the throne feels you up." Source.

Divorce = Jessica Simpson gains some weight?

This picture was taken on August 4th, 2006.

Dude ignites fireworks on his football helmet?

A 21-year-old dude suffered severe burns to his face and head when he ignited a mortar-style firework that he taped to an old football helmet and placed on his head.

Police say Kaleb Spangler of Bloomington attempted the stunt while drinking at a party along Indiana 46 between Bloomington and Nashville early Saturday morning.

His girlfriend says Spangler decided to duct tape the large firework to the old football helmet. He then put on the helmet and ignited it.

She told police she saw a large flash, then saw Spangler on the ground, unconscious and bleeding from the head. The helmet was destroyed by the blast.

Spangler was taken to Bloomington Hospital, where he was treated for severe burns, lacerations and a concussion. Article here.

This "Hey Ya" (acoustic remix) is freakin' sweet

Top 100 Angriest Cities in the U.S.

A study conducted by Men's Health magazine has found that Orlando, Fla., ranks No. 1 on a list of the angriest cities in the nation. "Orlando has never been a strategic military target, and yet the folks there are furious," the magazine said.

The magazine looked at the percentage of men with high blood pressure, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and FBI rates for aggravated assaults, as well as workplace deaths from assaults and other violence.

Those numbers were compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Traffic congestion data were also a factor.

Orlando was joined in the top 10 by three other Florida cities -- St. Petersburg, Miami and Jacksonville.

Top 10 Angriest Cities

1. Orlando, Fla.
2. St. Petersburg, Fla.
3. Detroit
4. Baltimore
5. Nashville, Tenn.
6. Wilmington, Del.
7. Miami
8. Memphis, Tenn.
9. Jacksonville, Fla.
10. St. Louis

11. Chicago
12. Tampa, Fla.
13. Jackson, Miss.
14. Albuquerque
15. Charlotte, N.C.
16. Dallas
17. Houston
18. Tucson, Ariz.
19. Indianapolis
20. Wichita, Kan.
21. Birmingham, Ala.
22. Providence, RI
23. Durham, N.C.
24. Altanta
25. Washington, D.C.

The city I live in came in at #56, Kansas City, MO. Click here to see the full entire Top 100 Angriest Cities in the U.S.

These guys party hard -- real hard.

Nebraska man arrested for 226th time

Kevin Holder's rap sheet is 43 pages long, dating back to 1980, and he just got another entry — his 226th arrest. Police say they caught him Sunday morning after a brief chase and found burglar tools in his possession.

"He's very well-known to Lincoln police officers," Police Chief Tom Casady said. Holder's convictions include criminal mischief, marijuana possession, violation of protection order, assault, resisting arrest, assault on an officer, possession of cocaine. Many were misdemeanors, but he also has been sentenced to at least three prison terms for felonies, including a four-year stretch starting in 1996.

"Your average Nebraskan thinks after a prisoner has committed a certain number of crimes (he) will be put away for a long period of time. That doesn't happen," Casady said.

Lancaster County Attorney Gary Lacey said Holder was charged Tuesday with felony possession of burglar tools and prosecutors will urge a judge to treat Holder as a habitual criminal. With another felony conviction, that could result in a sentence of up to 60 years. Holder remained behind bars Tuesday afternoon.

A number of people have more than 500 arrests in the city of 226,000 people. The record was held by Edward Rooks, who died in 2004, with 652 arrests. Article here.

Parasitic fish swims up his penis? WTF?!?

Runner to take on 50 marathons in 50 days?

This fall, the 43-year-old long distance runner will tackle one marathon a day for 50 consecutive days, running a total 1,310 miles (2,108.2 km) in 50 days. And for each 26.2-mile (42.2 km) race, Dean Karnazes and his family of four will travel to a different U.S. state. Karnazes insists he's not crazy. He just loves to run. A lot.

Arguably the world's best-known ultramarathoner, Karnazes has already run 350 miles (563.3 km) in one stretch, run a marathon in the South Pole, and raced across the California desert in the middle of the summer.

With this fall's challenge, however, Karnazes said on Tuesday he is going a step further in testing the human body's limits. "I'm curious to see what the limits of human endurance are," he said in an interview. "I still haven't found them."

To train, Karnazes said he logs anywhere from 80 to 175 miles (128.7 km to 281.6 km) of running a week around his home in San Francisco. He has also picked up the pace of his racing schedule in the last five months, averaging about two marathons a month in addition to a range of ultramarathons, or distances longer than 26.2 miles. This week, he'll tackle a 100-mile (160.9 km) race in Colorado.

"It's almost like designing an engine that can go 200 miles (322 km) an hour for a 100-mile(161-km)-an-hour race," Karnazes said of his aggressive training regimen, adding that he averages about four hours of sleep a night so that running does not get in the way of spending time with his two children, Nicholas, 8, and Alexandria, 11. Article here.