Monday, August 29, 2011

Tough Guys With a Soft Side Of The Day

When you mention "tough guys," there are certain names and faces that come to mind. What you may not know is that most so-called tough guys also have a softer side. ~posted by Daisy

For example, did you know that every morning Bruce Willis likes to take a long soak in his hot tub with his pet baby ducks? He seems to feel a sort of kinship with them.


"Yippie-Kai-Yay, brother duckies!"

Al Pacino won't go anywhere without his new puppy, and he wants everyone to meet him.


"Say hello to my little friend."

Most people don't know that tough guy Clint Eastwood owns a flower shop. Imagine opening the door and finding Clint standing there with a bouquet of flowers for you.

"Do you feel lucky? Do you? Because I'm gonna
go ahead and make your day."


Chuck Norris has a penchant for all things Hello Kitty.


Marlon Brando was the ultimate tough guy in The Godfather, but you might have seen his softer side if you ever watched him play a game of cards with his grandchildren.


Steven Seagal may be convincing as a tough guy in the movies and on TV, but in real life he is cheerful and mellow.

"I don't have rage. I'm a happy guy.
You see this face? This is a happy face."


Who knew that Arnold Schwarzenegger had a weakness for petits fours?

"I love these fancy little baby cakes.
Hasta la vista baby cakes!"


Last but not least, Mr. T.

"Shut up, fool!"

News Of The Day: Newlyweds Busted For Shoplifting $1049 In Groceries

From The Smoking Gun.

Newlyweds Busted Trying To Shoplift $1049 In Groceries For Their Wedding Reception



(August 25, 2011) A Pennsylvania couple married a week ago allegedly attempted to shoplift more than $1000 of merchandise from a supermarket--items they planned to use for their wedding reception last Friday afternoon.

Brittany Lurch, 22, and Arthur Phillips, 32, were arrested after trying to walk out of a Wegmans with goods valued at $1,049.26, according to the Patton Township Police Department. The newlyweds, pictured in the above mug shots, were collared after wheeling the hot merchandise out of the store in two shopping carts to their waiting Hyundai.

Phillips told arresting officers that the merchadise was “for their wedding reception” later that afternoon, according to a criminal complaint excerpted here.

Lurch, a mother of two, and Phillips were wed a day earlier, on August 18.

While the complaint does not provide an itemized list of goods boosted from Wegman’s, a cop reported that, “the suspects had ordered numerous items from the seafood department.”

A source familiar with the items found in the couple’s carts told TSG that the stolen merch included a shrimp platter ($115); two spiral hams ($70); a vegetable tray ($50); appetizer trays; eggs; a punch bowl; forks; spoons; soda; dinnerware for eight; turkey; toothbrushes; a polo shirt; and Gillette Fusion razor blades.

Before bonding out, the newlyweds briefly lived under the same roof at the Centre County jail, where they were booked on misdemeanor theft and receiving stolen property charges.

Great Moments In Hurricane Irene Coverage Of The Day (video)

Storms bring out the best in people, don't they?

Dude. Try some decaf.



I love this one.



Mics are expensive. Reporters can be replaced. From Daisy.



Spidey's good but I like the guy at 2:15.



Hurricane Areola



From Laura G. (NSFW)



Um, yeah, they call that toxic waste, guy. Best YouTube comment: "You have died of dysentery."



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