Friday, August 10, 2007

How Ironic

China's Hairiest Man Has Receding Hairline

The Straight and Narrow

Humor from God.............

The man: "God, how long is a million years?"

God: "To me, it's about a minute.

"The man: "God, how much is a million dollars?"

God: "To me it's a penny.

"The man: "God, may I have a penny?"

God: "Wait a minute."

Dog with Bone/Don’t touch my bone

The Best Public Toilet Prank

A rabbit out smarted a hawk

Being Obese is not just in America

The extraordinary scene as man is laid to rest in Britain's biggest casket
Tipping the scales at more than 700 pounds Mark Bamber could never lead a normal life.
After the father-of-one died of heart failure aged 38, his family were determined he should have a dignified send-off.

To accommodate his formidable 700lb-plus frame, a mahogany casket was built -
As it wound its way fully laden through the streets of Mr Bamber's home town of Wigan, it weighed more than half a ton.
Alan Roby, of funeral directors Thorley Smith, the firm that supplied the casket, said: "It really was at the very edge of what is dignified. It has got to be the biggest casket ever used in this country. And it is a casket rather than a coffin. A casket is a straight rectangular box. It would have been impossible to make the coffin shape at that size." He added: "There are no hearses available that would be big enough for a casket that size so there had to be a horse-drawn platform for the journey to the cemetery."

1 Million Dollar Flash Light

US Government developing “Puke-Ray”

The Homeland Security Department is aiming to arm federal agents with a light-saber weapon emitting a dazzling strobe that would subdue criminals, terrorists and even unruly airline passengers. It’s the latest government effort to develop a non-lethal weapon — in this case, a powerful beam of light that temporarily blinds anyone who looks into it.“The light could be used to make a bad guy turn away or shut his eyes, giving authorities enough time to tackle the suspect and apply the cuffs, all while sparing the lives of passersby, hostages or airline passengers,” according to a description of the device from the Homeland Security Department’s science and technology division. Program manager Gerald Kirwin said Homeland Security has so far invested $1 million for testing of the LED (light-emitting diode) Incapacitator. It is being developed by a Torrance, Calif., company, Intelligent Optical Systems, and it will be tested this fall on volunteers at Pennsylvania State University’s Institute of Non-Lethal Defense Technologies.

Age Old Question; Does My Butt Look Big?

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