Archive for the ‘WTF!!’ Category

I would have liked this ending better. Lol!

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

This is freaking Awesome!!

Monday, October 24th, 2011

Holy freaking hell!!! This is so fucking awesome. This is some dudes house, here in Riverside, Ca, right now. I wish I could have come up with this idea!



Hmmmm….. O.o

Sunday, October 23rd, 2011

Skeptive.com? What’s this BS?

Saturday, October 22nd, 2011

So I was doing a search for The Syko Ward on Google and found a link to a site called Skeptive.com that supposedly deals with settling disputes over inaccuracies or info on a site and they had Thesykoward listed there. So I clicked on it to see what their bitch was about. Well….It turns out that they are disputing the accuracy, of a June 17th Post from like 2 years ago. Go here to see it.

Line 12 says that the creator of 7UPwas an albino so the red dot on 7UP represents that. Hmmm….So I reposted something wrong from the Net. Well like that has never happened to anyone before. So to correct this, I’m posting this link from Snopes.com stating that it is inaccurate. There. I have corrected my mistake. Bite me Skeptive.com

Now that’s big!! O.O

Saturday, October 22nd, 2011

Worlds best criminal?

Thursday, May 19th, 2011

Not Ready for Prime Time: Harold Luken, 45, was arrested on April 8 in New York City near a Bank of America after his attempt to rob it failed badly. According to police, Luken walked in at 1:50 p.m. and announced that he had a gun and intended to rob the place — but then merely got in a line and said he would wait for a teller. When he finally got to the window (with police apparently on their way), Luken restated his intention and, as if narrating, announced the handing over of the robbery note. When the teller refused to respond, Luken asked to check the balance in his own account, but the teller again declined, provoking Luken to walk away and shout, “OK, I will go to Citibank (and) rob them instead!” He was arrested minutes later. [New York Post, 4-9-2011]

This Zero Tolerance is going to far!

Thursday, May 19th, 2011

Recently, public school students were expelled in Spotsylvania, Va. (possession of homemade tubing for launching plastic “spitballs” in lunchroom horseplay) (December); arrested in Hammonton, N.J. (a 7-year-old, for bringing to class a Nerf-type “gun” that fired soft balls) (January); and arrested in Arvada, Colo. (for drawing violent stick figures, which was recommended by his therapist as a way to tamp down harmful thoughts) (February). Meanwhile, in March, at the other end of “zero tolerance,” a judge allowed Ryan Ricco, 18, to play for his school in a big basketball tournament despite being on modified house arrest after being charged with threatening to blow up two other high schools in the Chicago suburbs. [Washington Post, 2-1-2011] [WCAU-TV (Philadelphia), 2-2-2011] [KDVR-TV (Denver), 2-23-2011] [Chicago Tribune, 3-18-2011]

Way to Go Woman Engineers magazine!!! Lol!

Thursday, May 19th, 2011

The notorious U.S. military contractor KBR, prominent for having earned several billion dollars from no-bid contracts during the Iraq and Afghanistan wars and which has been accused of numerous employee sexual harassment cover-ups (including nine pending lawsuits filed by female employees), has apparently been voted by readers of Woman Engineer magazine as one of the top 50 places for women to work. (KBR and other companies on the list made announcements in April, but at press time, Woman Engineer’s issue containing the list had not been published.) [Mother Jones, 4-7-2011, citing an undated KBR press release of early April 2011]

Legless Midget Botty Dance

Monday, September 14th, 2009

I am a loss for words. What do you do if you have no legs and are a midget? Do a booty Dance of course! I really have to say that this chick has bigger balls than many people I know for pulling this one off. Just watch.



40 percent of Twitter messages ‘pointless babble’: study

Monday, August 17th, 2009

Did we really need to have a study done to know this? I could have told anybody this! It’s obvious! I wonder how much it cost to do this study? Hmmmm…..

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WASHINGTON (AFP) – Forty percent of the messages on Twitter are “pointless babble” along the lines of “I am eating a sandwich now,” according to a study conducted by a US market research firm.

Pear Analytics, based in San Antonio, Texas, said that it randomly sampled 2,000 messages from the public stream of Twitter and separated them into six categories.

The categories were: news, spam, self-promotion, pointless babble, conversational and pass-along value.

Pear said “pointless babble” accounted for 811 “tweets” or 40.55 percent of the total number of messages sampled.

Conversational messages — defined by Pear as tweets that go back and forth between users or try to engage followers in conversation — accounted for 751 messages or 37.55 percent.

Pear said tweets with “pass-along value” — messages that are being “re-tweeted” or passed on by users to their followers — accounted for 174 messages or 8.70 percent.

Self-promotion by companies was next with 117 tweets or 5.85 percent, followed by spam with 75 tweets or 3.75 percent.

It said tweets with news from mainstream media publications accounted for 72 tweets or 3.60 percent.

Pear said it planned to conduct the study every quarter to identify trends on Twitter, which allows its users to send messages of 140 characters or less to a network of “followers.”