This 31 year old guy is dating a 92 eyar old women X-0

6 Jul

OMG. Is this guy for real, i mean i’m all up for love conquers all and beauty is skin deep bullshit, but this… this is just plain wrong… on so many levels… for so many reasons. I mean if u read the article below, hes also dating a 68 year old. This guy has some serious FU__KING issues “Literally” and should be taken care of. Not that there’s anything wrong with dating an older woman but 3 times ur age, 92, that’s just, WEIRD.

Original story from “” link below.

This 31 year old guy is dating a 92 eyar old women.

Kyle realised at an early age that the pin-ups his peers fancied just weren’t for him. When he brought his first girlfriend home he was 22, and she was 50.

He now exclusively women who are older than him. Much older than him. As he says: “Everyone is wired their own way.”

In 2009 he met great grandma Marge in a bookshop where she was working.

She’d been single for 37 years since splitting with the father of her six children, but agreed to go on a date. Love blossomed.

She says: “The physical side of our relationship is wonderful. I amaze myself, he amazes me.”

She adds: “There’s nothing better. I wear sexy outfits to bed. I try to keep my bra on though because I don’t have much left.”

Kyle says: “Women worry about their boobs sagging but I think the natural hang looks great.”

Kyle’s not monogamous – he’s also dating 68-year-old great grandmother Anna Roland, whom he met on a dating website… Continued…

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The NRA has competition, bar lets waitresses and customers carry and show-off guns X-(

6 Jul

Man o man, You better not be thinkin about messin or flirtin with em hooters at this bar right here. Cuz them ill shot u in yer mouth. Literally. Because they carry a loaded fu__kin gun around their waist. That’s one way of saying, you better pay up buster 🙂

Waitresses Carry Guns At Aptly Named Restaurant In Aptly Named Town

(Story credit: Huffington post, link below)

 RIFLE, Colo. (AP) — Many stores and restaurants are telling people not to bring their guns inside, but one western Colorado restaurant not only embraces the practice of packing heat, it encourages its customers to carry openly — and its waitresses do, too.

As she takes your order at Shooters Grill in the town of Rifle — yes, Rifle — waitress Ashlee Saenz carries a pad, pen and a loaded Ruger .357 Blackhawk revolver holstered on her leg, Old West style.

It’s loaded, and she knows how to use it.

Colorado is among the states where openly carrying a gun in public is legal. The issue has made headlines after gun rights activists carrying loaded rifles gathered in Target stores in Texas, Alabama and North Carolina to demonstrate their support of “open carry” laws. On Wednesday, Target Corp. asked its customers “respectfully” to not bring firearms into stores, even where allowed by law.

But in Rifle, Saenz, her co-workers and her customers at Shooters Grill are encouraged to bring their holstered guns in the restaurant, The Glenwood Springs Post Independent reports ( ).

State law allows local governments and businesses to prohibit guns in their buildings, but a sign on Shooters’ front door reads: “Guns are welcome on premises. Please keep all weapons holstered unless need arises. In such case, judicious marksmanship is appreciated.”

Shooters also hosts training that qualifies customers for Colorado and Utah concealed weapon permits. The $75 price tag includes dinner…Continued…

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Damn technology, went ahead and made do all this crazy killing and shit..

1 Mar

A drunk driver in Connecticut blames his GPS for driving the wrong way on freaking highway. Well I guess that drunk part was right… He’s gotta be totally wasted to not see that coming… or that much traffic coming.

Driver Blames GPS in Wrong-Way Interstate Trip

An alleged drunken driver stopped in West Hartford on Thursday blamed the GPS on his cell phone for sending him the wrong way in Interstate 84 according to police.

West Hartford Police Officer Peter Senick was assigned to the DWI patrol when he saw a car go from Park Road onto an off-ramp on around 2 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 22, driving the wrong way despite the “Wrong Way” signs, police said.

Officer Senick immediately went after the man and stopped him about 200 feet onto the ramp, according to police.

The driver, identified as Robert Howe, 43, of Springfield, Mass., told Officer Senick that he was not from the area and was following the GPS on his phone, which led him to drive the wrong way on I-84, police said.

Howe’s blood alcohol concentration was found to be .101 and .095, according to police.

He was arrested and charged with DWI and driving the wrong way.

Howe has been released on a $500 non-surety bond and is due in court on March 6.\

— NBC Connecticut

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While humans are dying, Romania thinks about giving human rights to Dolphins… Dolphins for crying out loud…

25 Feb

The second most poorest country in Europe has no money to feed its poor but an Oscar winning goon director is campaigning to give Dolphins the same rights as Human beings. I mean like really.. like wtf dude… don’t you have anyyyyyyyything better to do or work for. There is so much poverty in Russia and this dude thinks that if dolphins live alongside humans and worked at mcdonals like us, everything would be fine.

I’m telling you the world is getting crazier and crazier… and… and i dont have anything else to say. Enjoy the story:

In election year, Romania debates giving human rights to dolphins:

In election year, Romania debates giving human rights to dolphins

Dolphins are seen at a cove in Taiji, western Japan, January 21, 2014. REUTERS/Adrian Mylne

Dolphins are seen at a cove in Taiji, western Japan, January 21, 2014.

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(Reuters) – Armed with an iPad and a letter of support from an Oscar-winning film director, Remus Cernea is pushing a cause that he acknowledges few of his fellow Romanian lawmakers care about: giving dolphins the same rights as humans.

The 39-year-old activist politician introduced a bill in parliament last week that would recognize the marine mammals as “non-human persons”, on account of their highly developed intelligence, personalities and behavior patterns.

The bill, which will be debated in the Romanian upper house in the coming weeks, would make humans and dolphins equal before the law. Dolphin killers would be given the same sentences as murderers of human beings. The bill would also ban the use of dolphins in live entertainment shows.

The aim of the bill is to help protect Romania’s indigenous dolphins in the Black Sea, Cernea said. It would also add the country’s voice to a global movement against dolphin killings.

To back his cause, Cernea has received a letter of support from American filmmaker Louie Psihoyos, famed for a 2009 documentary, The Cove, about dolphin hunting in Japan.

But gathering domestic support may be tough in a year when Romania goes to the polls twice, first in the European elections in May and later to vote for a new president. Animal rights will have to find space alongside issues such as corruption and raising living standards and public services in the European Union’s second poorest country.

“At this moment, I have no support,” Cernea told Reuters during a visit to the city of Constanta on the Black Sea coast.

“This law asks you to make a huge step, philosophically speaking, to understand and to accept that somehow there is another species which is quite similar as we are,” he added.


Cernea, who sports a pony tail and beard and wore a dolphin t-shirt during an interview on Friday, split from Romania’s Green Party to be an independent MP last year.

His constituency, Constanta, is on a strip of coastline where dolphins get entangled in fishing nets and are found dead in their dozens. The city is also home to the only two dolphins in Romania kept in captivity, both bought from China in 2010.

On Friday at Constanta’s dolphinarium, to the sound of blaring music, the dolphins practiced tricks in a green indoor pool, such as balancing balls on their noses and prodding them through hoops. Each trick was rewarded with fish from a bucket.

Cernea likened the pool to a prison – a view that brought a sharp rebuke from the dolphinarium’s scientific director, Nicolae Papadopol, during a discussion with Reuters.

Romania had good enough laws to protects its dolphins without Cernea’s bill, Papadopol said, adding that the dolphin trick shows had been a source of Romanian pride.

“Romanians have something good (here), and you are coming with this initiative to destroy it,” Papadopol said.

(Reporting by Matthias Williams; editing by Ralph Boulton)

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