Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Nightmare Playgrounds Of The Day

Where bad kids are sent to play. From Dark Roasted Blend.


Don't run off now, okay?


A cross between Jody the pig from
The Amityville Horror and the hedge animals that come to life in The Shining. Not scary at all.


You're in time out, mister. Five minutes in the monster's belly.


It's watching you.


"Mommy, my new dead friend Roger wants to know if I can live here with him forever and ever. Pleeeeeeease!"


This might sting a little.


"Will it hurt when you suck out all my blood, Mr. Cthulhu
?"
"Of course not, my dear. You won't feel a thing."



Every time you look away and then back, they're a step closer.


Careful, the slide is very slippery.


"Don't be scared, I've got candy in my mouth. Come closer, you'll see it."

(See more at Dark Roasted Blend)

News Of The Day: Man Defeats Ankle Monitor With Fake Leg

I got a kick out of this story. From whptv.com.



Man defeats ankle monitor by removing fake leg


UNITED KINGDOM — Two members of staff at a British private security firm have been sacked after an electronic tag was put on an offender's false leg, the company said today.

Christopher Lowcock, 29, wrapped his prosthetic limb in a bandage and fooled G4S staff who failed to carry out the proper tests when they set up the tag and monitoring equipment at his Rochdale home.

Lowcock could then simply remove his leg - and the tag - whenever he wanted to breach his court-imposed curfew for driving and drug offences, as well as possession of an offensive weapon.

A second G4S officer who went to check the monitoring equipment also failed to carry out the proper test.

Managers became suspicious last month, but when they returned to the address a third time, Lowcock had already been arrested and was back in custody accused of driving while banned and without insurance.

Vids Of The Day: Queen's "Days Of Our Lives"

A couple of clips from the Queen documentary, "Days Of Our Lives," some of which I caught the other night on the Biography Channel. They'd better air it again so I can watch the whole thing--it was fascinating.

Queen meets the Sex Pistols. Sparks fly.



Brian May and Roger Taylor explain how "We Will Rock You/We Are The Champions" came to be.



What the clip doesn't explain (but the show does) is that much of this arrogance was a response to brutal reviews from "asshole critics," one of whom called Freddie a "prat" (ass). Says Roger Taylor: "Fuck 'em."


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