In 1995, government inspectors spent months on Bodmin moor in Cornwall looking for evidence of a 'beast' roaming wild there. They found nothing. Yet every year there are 2,000 similarly spurious big-cat sightings in Britain. What's going on?
Big got new fins today. Happy as larry. Wanted to try them out he said. Makes sense i thought. Next thing i knew he was on the floor flapping around like he was lying on a lit bbq.
Will Clarke’s Altitude Film Entertainment is teaming with Subzero Film Entertainment to produce action adventure pic Big Game which has Samuel L. Jackson attached to play the president of the United States.
There are two types of people in this world; those who worship the ideal of centralized command authority, and those who do not. Those who value freedom regardless of risk or pain, and those who value slavery in a desperate bid to avoid risk and pain. When I consider the ultimate folly of man, in the end I look to the meek and unquestioning masses who strive to avoid risk, because it is they who always end up feeding the machines of war, despair, and tyranny. The power thirsty halls of elitism surely instigate and manipulate the tides of this wretched ocean of quivering souls, but ultimately, the weak-hearted and weak minded make all terrible conquests possible.
Yes they do
biggle runs into some problems whilst diving
In an interview with The New American last month at the UN Rio conference, an Icelandic journalist wonders if the UN sustainability craze is simply more fraud. by Alex Newman
Man should hail such great feats.
The cop show with big hairy balls.
Forget the Cellphone Fight — We Should Be Allowed to Unlock Everything We Own
Time was, beer came in one size: whether bottle or can, the stuff inside measured a reliable 12 ounces. But walk into a craft-beer store these days and you’ll see shelf after shelf taken over by giants: 22-ounce “bombers,” 750-milliliter wine bottles, even three-liter jeroboams.
The trend toward large bottles is part of what is being called the “wine-ification” of beer, the push by many brewers to make their product as respectable to pair with braised short ribs as is a nice Chateauneuf-du-Pape, and at a price to match. Bottles sell for as much as $30 in stores and much more on restaurant menus.
Why are corporate insiders dumping huge numbers of shares in their own companies right now?
Why are some very large investors suddenly making gigantic bets that the stock market will crash at some point in the next 60 days?
The Justice Department on Thursday filed a civil antitrust suit to block Anheuser-Busch InBev from buying the 50 percent of Mexico’s Grupo Modelo that it doesn’t already own. Modelo, best known for its Corona brand, is the third-largest beer company in the country. Their planned $20.1 billion deal is the biggest to face opposition from the Justice Department since 2011, when the government sued to stop AT&T’s $39 billion buyout of T-Mobile.
Too Big To Fail