This guy sucks at everything:


Entertaining enough haha.

Hat tip: Jay


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This picture is only rivaled in awesomeness by the artists previous picture of Abraham Lincoln Riding A Grizzly Bear Holding a M-16


This past Saturday an in-game counter noted that the cumulative number of kills in the game has surpassed the planet’s real-world population, which stands at about 6.9 billion, according to a U.S. Census Bureau estimate.

Those deaths were largely as a result of gun shots. An amazing 138 billion shots have been fired in the game, and a disturbing — or successful, depending on your point of view — 561 million have been instant-killing headshots. About 51 million headshots have been delivered execution-style, while a player was alive but lying wounded.

Full story – HERE

Awesome.. now that’s a quick milestone to achieve.

The end of the article mentions that gamers have cumulatively spent more than 8,000 years playing “Call of Duty: Black Ops” online… I don’t know whether to be impressed, or to weep.

  • If you have a game system and are still without black ops, get it at Amazon – HERE


Play as a soldier in the bloody missions of World War II. You and the members of your squad were sent to Paris, France with only one mission: Kill Nazis. On the way to destination spot, the plane was shot down. Every one, except for the sergeant, managed to escape the burning plane and hide in the woods. You are a loyal and courageous soldier so you must help the sergeant. That is the start of your first mission and a long bloody way to victory.

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I would have thought a game like that would have been banned the second it was in the queue at Apple. Guess not?


NOT good:

A dozen U.S. soldiers are charged with organizing a secret “kill team” which allegedly murdered Afghan civilians at random and cut fingers and other body parts from corpses as trophies, according to new documents released by the U.S. military.

Full story – HERE


This dog was first chained to the trailer, wagging its tail. The only aggression shown by this dog was after it was re-chained up to a pickup truck for about 10 mins. Yes, it panicked when the catch pole came out but that is to be expected. Most animals will panic when a catch pole is looped around their neck by a stranger. The dog was shot once then seemed like it was wagging his tail before it was shot the 2nd time in the head.

The officer shoots the dog at around 5:28

How sad.  I hope the guy who shot the dog doesn’t have his job anymore. That is outrageous.

I wonder why they even bothered pointing the camera at the area where they were going to get the dog from.  Is that standard procedure now if you have the time to do it? Seems to me like it would be in the officer’s best interest not to record themselves doing anything, because any criticism they would get, could just be swept under the rug.  I am really glad though, that incidents like this DO get caught on video.