Yobs Floored By Cage Fighters in Drag

October 8, 2009 at 2:48 pm | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment
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Two drunken thugs have learnt a lesson after the pair of cross-dressing men they attacked turned out to be cage fighters in fancy dress. Skip related content

Haplesss Dean Gardner, 19, and Jason Fender, 22, were floored by their intended victims after picking on them in a random attack.

The amazing scene was captured on CCTV in the centre of Swansea, Wales.

The footage shows a bare-chested Gardner brazenly marching up to one of the ‘victims’ who was wearing hot pants and a pink wig.

Puffed-up Gardner, followed by Fender, runs up to the innocent reveller, who was dressed up for a stag party, and punches him in the face.

But the victim’s friend, – wearing a short black dress, stockings and suspenders – suddenly appears behind them felling them both with two devastating punches.

The men in drag leave the dazed yobs on the ground – scooping up their handbags as they head off down the high street.

The Incredible Hanging Temple of Hengshan

October 8, 2009 at 2:31 pm | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment
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Is coconut water better for rehydration than sports drinks or water?

October 8, 2009 at 2:29 pm | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment

I can say with certainty that I will continue to drink coconut water in place of sports drinks, regular water, and gels in the future.

I’d definitely rather drink coconut water than Gatorade. And really, the Gatorade isn’t that much cheaper.

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Coconut water comes from the fruit of young coconuts. If you ever crack a baby coconut fruit, you can see that the inside contains a see through liquid rather than thick milk. This is where coconut water is born. It is naturally low in calories, low in natural sugars, and when combined with some other natural purees has a taste to die for. It possesses more potassium than two bananas and about half the sugar of orange juice and 1/3 of the acidity. Contrary to what you may think, it is a very fluid liquid that goes down just as easy as water.
between $1.50-2.00 for an eleven ounce septic container, I had my doubts
I had one eleven ounce container an hour or so before my 12 mile run, and seventeen to twenty-two ounces following it
for four days
The results were staggering. I was able to shave off ten to fifteen seconds a mile sustained over my entire run
able to sustain my endurance over the full eighty minutes with a very generous pace
The key was rehydrating

Found in a Montana History Book…

October 8, 2009 at 2:22 pm | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment
If you were around in 1919 (just before prohibition started) and came upon the following poster …
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If you were around in 1919 (just before prohibition started) and came upon the following poster …

… I mean, seriously, would YOU quit drinking?

Its Banned Book week

October 8, 2009 at 2:20 pm | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment
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Banned Books Week 2009 – Books Too Gay or Too Dangerous for the Public

Banned Books Week 2009 - Books Too Gay or Too Dangerous for the Public

It’s Banned Books Week, an annual that, according to the American Library Association (ALA), celebrates “the freedom to read and the importance of the First Amendment”. It aims to highlight the dangers of censorship and attempts to draw attention to any calls to ban books within the USA.

What do we mean by banning a book? The ALA categorizes it as the following:

A ban placed on a book completely removes it from the shelves of the bookstore/district library/school library where the challenge was made and in some rare occasions this can have state wide impact.

A challenge in this instance refers to not one complaint, or even just a few, but a formal protest made by a group against a specific title filed with the library or store.
So Which Books Face Calls for a Ban or Restrictions?

For a list of LGBT themed books that are frequently protested against or have received local bans, please click here.

Bored Sheepdogs

October 8, 2009 at 2:18 pm | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment
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American Troops in Afghanistan [PICS FROM OCT 2009]

October 8, 2009 at 2:16 pm | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment
So there ya have it folks. American troops, helping the kids, bandaging their feet, reassuring them….in photos……oh wait, excuse me….this is called “celebrating slaughter……”….my bad. If you’re dumb enough to believe our Americans are in Afghanistan, “celebrating slaughter,” then not only are you out of your evil minds, but you can suck it.
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(AP) – Hundreds of insurgents armed with automatic rifles and rocket-propelled grenades stormed a pair of remote outposts near the Pakistan border, killing eight U.S. soldiers and capturing more than 20 Afghan security troops in the deadliest assault against U.S. forces in more than a year, military officials said Sunday.

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While there are no photos of the Nuristan province and the attack that occurred there this weekend, the photos below offer a glimpse of American troops in Afghanistan in September and October. Most of the photos were taken in three regions, the Helmand Province, the Wardak Province and the Farah Province.

The top three U.S. military commanders overseeing the war in Afghanistan, however, favor continuing the current fight against the Taliban, which could take as many as 40,000 additional U.S. troops.

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