In my personal opinion I don’t think the president does much as people think, I am a firm believer that the president really is just a public servant for a group of individuals in the White House that make all the decisions, it’s hard to think one man makes the call on such huge issues. With that being said though the president does have to address the country with these decisions and they get all the scrutiny that comes with it. Below are a bunch of presidents before and after the serve in office and the effects of stress and aging are very apparent. Now to be fair almost all of these presidents served under very hard times being war and terrorist attacks, or just the facts that they were under fire for their own misjudgments, I’m looking at you Clinton you little pornstar you. Below are 9 examples of presidents rapidly dying before your eyes.
Photos taken on Inauguration Day, left, and on Aug. 3, 2010, show that after a year and a half in office, the President has the same touch of gray in his hair but shows far more stress on his face.
George W. Bush
Bush 43 ended his Administration with much grayer hair than he began with. With all the war and terror attacks that went on though I’m sure stressing like a son of a bitch was inevitable.
Words cannot describe how very excellent this is: DeviantARTist Suzuran drew 54 Marvel characters in the sprite-tastic style of classic Mega Man. If you wish to weep tears of joy, click the image above to see the full panorama in all it’s glory. Update: For easier (though slightly less awesome) viewing, we’ve sliced the panorama up into five component panels; if you like what you see, check out Suzuran’s DeviantART page for more.
You can’t trust reporters. Not with the facts, not with the news, not with the politics. Well BREAKING NEWS guys, THIS JUST IN: Apparently you can’t trust them with your valuables either. Whether it’s a precious work of art, an old family heirloom or a shiny new Vespa, there’s no guarantee that a news reporter will do anything with your prized possessions other than shatter them to pieces. They don’t call it breaking news for nothing.
1. Let me just destroy your ice sculpture that took 80 hours to make.
2. Don’t worry about my microphone wire. I know I don’t.
Gavin McIness of Street Carnage pulls off the world’s most disgusting card trick. When you meet this man on the street and he asks you to pick a card, any card from his deck, don’t. Just don’t.
Talk about bringing new meaning to, “Just the tip”. Many artists have used pencils to create works of art – but Dalton Ghetti creates miniature masterpieces on the tips of pencils. Dalton, who works as a carpenter, has been making his tiny graphite works for about 25 years. A sculpture of Elvis Presley wearing shades, carved from a single pencil.
Since its the weekend, and its going to be gorgeous out, we figured that the best way for you to start it off was to watch the Jackass 3D trailer. No doubt you will be slamming down Pickle Back shots (Jameson’s chased by pickle juice) and looking for excuses to cause some debauchery, so this clip might give you some ideas. Is it weird that Wee Man is my favorite. All he does is laugh and run in circles. I love that dude.
This guy knows how to sell a car. Maybe he’s even too good at it. The way he talks it up, I’m not sure I could even handle that much 2001 Ford Taurus. But after reading this post I think I really need this car.
My cable has been out the last few nights and someone got me the Indiana Jones dvd four pack a couple birthdays ago so I decided to screen a Jones flick a night. After completing Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade yesterday, my mind immediately wondered what happened to the babes of Indiana Jones, particularly evil Nazi Elsa Schnieder since I just watched her and she was by far the hottest. So here’s of quick run down of then and now. On a side note, bet you had no idea that Dan Aykroyd was in an Indiana Jones movie.
Karen Allen aka Marion Ravenwood
We all know what happened to her. This lifetime hippie looking actress still looked pretty good in the 4th installment of Indiana Jones at age 57. Nice aging Karen.
If you were one of the many souls whose minds immediately leapt to thoughts of a resurrected Firebird when GM first introduced the Chevrolet Camaro Concept way back in 2006, you’re probably a bit bitter about the fact GM kicked Pontiac to the curb before that dream every came to life. Fortunately, Classic Design Concepts stepped in to fill the void in a big way. The Firebreather takes some of the more iconic elements of the Firebird’s history and melds them with the already muscular lines of Chevrolet’s pony bruiser. In addition to the creative body work, the car packs a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 that manages to dump 599 horsepower onto the rear tires and the Classic Design Concepts team also took the time to work over the interior with a few Firebird-like design elements. If you really want one you are in luck, they are producing just 50 of them for only $60,000 which isn’t that bad when you think of the limited quantity of the car. Since we know you are made of money go to the site found here to go buy one.
Whether or not you loved high school, the mascots and team names belong to everyone. Maybe you were a Warrior and watched some dude dressed up in Viking gear parade around the field instilling fear in the opposing team. Or, you could have been a Highlander and watched some ghetto deer shake his cottontail on the court. Either way, a team name embodies the school identity. Here are ten of the best, most confusing or downright awful school mascots in the country:
1.) The Yuma, AZ CRIMINALS
2.) They Conway, Arkansas WAMPUS CATS
3.) The Moorhead, Minnesota SPUDS
4.) Charlestown, Massachusetts TOWNIES