Would you let this guy servies your.......ANYTHING???? Creeeepy to the max!
Dave, Taylor and some guy you've never heard of then hit the stage dressed as Rush in the '70s . . . with wigs . . . and performed "Overture" from Rush's 1976 album,"2112". Midway through, Rush joined in. They also performed "Tom Sawyer" and "Spirit of the Radio".
1. when a mic is near..NEVER utter anything remotely obscene.
2. ohhh Hell he already BLEW #1
**Caution there is some naughty language here**
You can see him shaking clearly from the cold, and adrenaline pumping through his body. He became a first responder who helped a man who had lost both his legs. He then helped as many as he could. His real life account in the moments after the bombs went off is both chilling and moving. Especially the blood soaked item he displays near the end of the clip. You truly never know who you really are until crisis strikes YOU!
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A coach from the Legends Football League (formerly the Lingerie Football League) flipped out on his players at halftime and called them, quote "[effing] retarded."
Time to head outside and BURN YOUR BRAS. But not to protest for women's rights or to get Nixon out of office. Burn them because they've been LYING TO YOU.
A professor named Jean-Denis Rouillon at the University of Besancon in France just finished up a FIFTEEN-YEAR STUDY on bras. And he concluded that you don't need a bra . . . in fact, wearing one is BAD for you.
Quote, "Medically, physiologically, anatomically, breasts gain no benefit from being denied gravity. On the contrary, they get saggier with a bra."
For the study, Rouillon has spent the past 15 years regularly measuring 130 women's breasts. Some of the women wore bras, some didn't.
And he found the women without bras had less back pain, perkier breasts, better posture, and less trouble breathing.
Have you ever wondered what happens when you cry in space? Me neither . . . but a Canadian astronaut on the International Space Station posted a video where he simulates it by pouring a little bit of water into his eye. Obviously there's no gravity, so the tears don't stream down his face. Instead, they stick to his cheek and form a big ball of water next to his eye.