This Video Contains Meathead Brawl, Techno, And Girls Shaking Their Ass In Bikinis AKA Best Video Ever16 Apr 2010, written by Revelation 0 Comments
Some locals splashed water on some Frat boy’s chicks that where in the bikini competition and this is what ensued… Where is the worst place a black security could possibly work? How about a pool full of drunken meatheads. Guido pool fight needs to be incorporated on the Jersey Shore stat.
Nothing that really connects this week’s edition of 4JYSDL. Just some good time tunes you might like. The Drums have a real mellow 80′s sound to them while Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zero’s – Home is a great whistle song that will be stuck in your head for days and leave you whistlin dixie. Wish I could actually whistle.
1. The Drums – Don’t Be a Jerk Johnny
2. Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros – Home
Here is a collection of “untooned” cartoons to give as a glimpse of what they would look like if they were actual people. I think everyone can agree it would be best if some of these cartoons stay cartoons, I think the real Popeye would scare the ever loving shit out of every kid in America and wipe the spinach industry off the map. My only push would really be for Jessica Rabbit, aka the hottest cartoon, explained here, who has been giving kids their first boner since 1988.
Dave Chappelle is back, ladies and gentlemen. Unfortunately, he’s got some bad news for you about rape, gentlemen. It must be pretty brutal as a man to have to step forward and admit you were raped by another man, and then have the whole world know about it, can’t be a good ego booster. Irregardless we are happy Dave is back making us laugh again like always.
Very beautiful colorful drops by Lindend Gledhill and A.Connah, simple as that.
Yahoo has been battling the Dept of Justice in federal court in Colorado over their right to have access to user email. Yahoo has refused to give access to targeted user email saying that prosecutors are required to have warrants and email users are protected under the 4th Amendment. Google, Electronic Frontier Foundation and Center For Democracy and Technology have come to the aid of Yahoo in this fight under the notion that society relys on the privacy of email the same as it does personal docs or telephone conversations. In 1986 a law was passed which the gave the gov’t the ability to access email without probable cause that was unopened for 180 days or more. Now the gov’t is looking for email that is read and under 180 days old without probable cause. This is a huge debate for the internet generation and I’m sure we will hear more in the months to come.
The Back Story:
On December 3, 2009, U.S. Magistrate Judge Craig Shaffer ordered Yahoo to hand to prosecutors certain records including the contents of e-mail messages. Yahoo divulged some of the data but refused to turn over e-mail that had been previously viewed, accessed, or downloaded and was less than 181 days old
From the womb to the tomb, we are a culture obsessed with the breast. Often, breasts are our first source of nourishment. In later life, some men risk it all for them, while women compare them and wonder if they’re good enough. We here at Zoot appreciate the importance the female anatomy plays in shaping our day-to-day interactions, we salute you boobs, (see infographic below.)
I’ve always been a huge fan of human beings throwing their bodies in front of 40 foot walls of awesome natural power. These photos are in my opinion just downright insane. I certainly wouldn’t have the balls, nads, pebbles to do what these men are doing. Click the images to see full size, and be sure to check out the first person view video at the bottom to really catch a glimpse of the experience of catching a massive wave and trucking through a barrel, while finishing it off with a swam dive, ridiculous.
This poor girl is so, so sad about moving to Japan and possibly never seeing her first love again. This pretty much sums up true love: it’ll all end in tears, and a restraining order. You find your young daughter distraught over the impending loss of a friend, you:
A. Hug her, console her, and tell her it will be OK.
B. Bake her some cookies
C. Make her relive her trauma on camera for the amusement of strangers over the internet.
We’re sorry, but C was not the correct answer. Would you like to try again? Hopefully in 20 years this little girl will have this video on her facebook while be reconnected and married to Stephen.
Yesterday, a dozen national broadcasters announced their alignment to bring normal TV broadcasts to smartphones. The alliance consists of: Belo, Cox Media Group, E.W. Scripps , Fox, Gannett Broadcasting, Hearst Television, ION Television, Media General, Meredith, NBC, Post-Newsweek Stations and Raycom Media. The plan is to bring broadcast spectrum together from Fox, NBC & Telemundo and ION to be able to reach about 150 million U.S. consumers. Mobile TV is not new, but currently it requires special devices and is limited by the number of broadcast stations that offer a mobile signal. Ultimately, the goal is for it to be like watching normal TV from your phone. This will probably require updates to smartphones and devices to handle the mobile signal, but this is a huge step toward being able to catch your favorite television events and shows live whenever you want. It could also be a bad thing, as we are already consumed enough with TV.