PWS with an Archer style cartoon coming January 8th:

Yea, I’ll be watching this.

PWS-Half-Cocked-Cartoon-LogoAccording to their blog post about the cartoon / promo vid, the show is produced entirely by their own staff… animation and all.  That’s really impressive considering how pro the animation looks even from that small glimpse we just got.

No telling if this is just going to be a single episode, or a whole bunch.



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Sometimes people think something is one way, but it’s really another:

haha pretty good.  I didn’t know some of those perceived stereotypes existed, but now I do!

Tactical-Operator-Military-VanLOL tactical reloads… that was the best one.

Thoughts? Small scar 3rd knuckle on right hand, 2/10?

Hat tip: Van


Tricking celebrities into thinking they have been kidnapped by terrorists:

An English summary of the TV show:

Holy!!!! This is like American TV show Punk’d, but on a whole other level.   Although it’s funny to watch something like this happen to someone else, I can’t imagine it would be any fun to be involved in… especially with this show where the celebrity victim actually thinks they are going to die.

The show is called Ramez Desert Fox and is hosted by Egyptian Actor/Singer Ramez Galal.


Hat tip: Al


Chaos and his friend Don talk about how much reality TV gun shows suck:

Don is gun-curious… which apparently is like bi-curious but with guns… and guys sometime, but no homo. (wtf? hahhaha)

They make some great points.  The video is 20min long, but definitely entertaining.


An Iraqi reality television program broadcast during Ramadan has been planting fake bombs in celebrities’ cars, having an Iraqi army checkpoint find them and terrifying the celebrities into thinking that they are headed for maximum security prison.

Full Story at the NYtimes – HERE

Hahhahah wow those guys have a twisted sense of humor. Although I get the general idea of what is going on, it would be nice if someone made up some English subtitles.


The combination of television, the internet, and law enforcement is very powerful:

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I was kind of surprised to find out they only have caught 17 guys off the FBI’s most wanted list since 1988.  I supposed those guys are the worst of the worse though, cause he goes on to say they caught thousands more criminals.

Really neat how the advances in technology are flushing some of the scumbags out.

Do any of you guys that are in law enforcement have any stories to share about how the internet helped you catch a bad guy?

Hat Tip: Simon from Bloggasm (clever name for a blog!)