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The future host of “The Late Show,” Stephen Colbert visits current host, David Letterman.Read more »
Crazy cool: This tower takes up floor space of about 70 centimeters squared and contains virtually everything you’d expect a kitchen to contain — plus a few bonuses, like a small herb garden.Read more »
Watch this video from Cadillac. Note a few things (actor, white, rich guy, workaholic, typical cocky American, very unrealistic). This is not a parody video, they’re being completely serious.
I can’t explain it very well just please watch both of these videos okay Ford burns Cadillac so bad okay it’s so good.
“That’s the upside of giving a damn.”
You better hope winter is coming, bitch. You’re gonna need it for that burn.
Ford fucking laying down the damn law.
Ha! Go Ford.
Excellent. I hate that Cadillac commercial. Like white rich men need any more ego stroking.
Wow. Way to go Ford.
That Cadillac commercial is Onion worthy.
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If you thought the charges against Leland Yee would be bad, you had no idea. As in, he offered to set up an arms deal with Islamic rebels for $2 million in cash. As in, he has ties to a gangster named Shrimp Boy. As in, he makes corrupt state senator Clay Davis from The Wire look like George Washington.
Yee told an FBI agent to give him a shopping list of guns: “Senator Yee asked [the agent] to provide an inventory list of desired weapons […] [The agent] told Yee he would deliver $2,000,000 cash.”
Yee could arrange from some serious firepower: “[The agent] asked about shoulder fired automatic weapons.
Senator Yee responded by saying the automatic weapons are the equivalent to the “M16” Automatic Service Weapon […] [The agent] asked about the availability of shoulder fire missiles or rockets. Senator Yee responded ‘I told him about the rockets and things like that.’”
Yee took personal responsibility for delivering the weapons: “Senator Yee said, ‘We’re interested’ in arranging the weapons deal […] and said of the arms dealer, ‘He’s going to rely on me, because ultimately it’s going to be me. [The agent] stated he would compensate Yee for brokering the relationship and arms deal.” Yee was in it for the cash: “Senator Yee said, ‘Do I think we can make some money? I think we can make some money. Do I think we can get the good? I think we can get the goods.’”
Yee masterminded a complex scheme to import illegal weapons: “Keith Jackson [a political consultant who worked as Yee’s fundraiser] told [an agent] that Senator Yee had a contact who deals in arms trafficking. This purported arms dealer was later identified.
Jackson requested [a campaign donation] on behalf of Senator Yee, for Senator Yee to facilitate a meeting with arms dealer with the intent of [the agent] to purportedly purchase a large number of weapons to be imported through the Port of Newark, New Jersey. During a meeting […] Senator Yee discussed certain details of the specific types of weapons [the agent] was interested in buying and importing.”
MORE (including the affidavit): San Francisco Magazine | The Indictment Against Leland Yee Puts “The Wire’s” Clay Davis to Shame
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The longest running and most successful show in Asia, “Nanta” is any child’s kitchen fantasy. Performers on stage chop, slice, flip, and dice all sorts of vegetables in sync with a drum beat for an hour and forty minutes. Cucumbers … Continue reading →Read more »
Yahoo, listen up. I just spent 5 days trying to get my email accounts working on my laptop and phone. And these are email accounts I pay for. Every month. Your customer service wait time is over an hour (if the automated hold doesn’t hang up on you first) and then the rep I finally reached after 7 hours of holding told me that he didn’t know what my issue was and to call Apple to get my phone sorted. Seriously?! So now my email works on my laptop but not on my phone and even the folks at Apple are perplexed (who I was able to get through to with one phone call and a 3 minute wait time). What’s going on over there? Do you not care about the customers you already have? How hard is it to spend a little time and money on a service you already offer and customers already pay for? It’s not easy for me to switch my mail service since it is for my business mail and has 5 years of history. But after this weekend, I am looking in to other options. Big fat Yahoo fail.Read more »