Li Wei is a talented Chinese photographer. Take a look at his work.
One boy, one girl in Cadbury Dairy milk commercial.
Solitaire Police car in action.
BIG Price Drop…
What a bad dog!
hello hello hello hello hello how are you? thank you thank you i am fine and i hope that you are too.
You are my sunshine, my only sunshine
You make me happy when skies are gray
You’ll never know dear, how much I love you
Please don’t take my sunshine away
A stupid surfer goes live on Fox News. He can barely talk…
Its been eight long years since the boys said wassup to each other. Even with the effects of a down economy and imminent change in the White.
This morning I saw the trap. In the trap was my new mouse… poor mouse. was a wireless one …
Steven Seagal Mountain Dew Commercial
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IMHO this is the best 2008 war photo.
Funny help desk T Shirt.
Funny Arabian video with funny pranks!
A sad video about Global Warming. Be green!
Transporter 3 Trailer In Theaters November 26, 2008
BioPet Vet Lab, a Knoxville, Tenn., DNA laboratory, announced today the introduction of PooPrints, a program designed to encourage dog owners to pick up their dog’s “droppings.” The program is targeted initially to neighborhoods, but could be applied to any municipality that wants to clean up its public areas. The PooPrints program recommends that a home owner association (HOA) pass an amendment to its existing covenant that requires all dog owners in the community to have their dogs’ DNA analyzed and filed with Bio-Pet’s “DNA World Pet Registry.”
Once the DNA is on file, any dropping found in the public areas of the neighborhood can be sent to BioPet to be analyzed and matched up with the DNA already on file. Once the dog is identified, an email report is sent to the HOA, which then can identify the offending owner. The matching process takes three to four days after receipt to process. With positive proof through the DNA matchup, the association may elect to impose fines on the offenders, which will defray the cost of the program to the HOA.