Es cierto, la propiedad no le costará nada más que un plan de desarrollo para el pueblo y la aprobación de la gente del pueblo. El único problema es que sus ciudadanos se están moviendo hacia fuera a un ritmo exponencial. Así que hay.
Por favor saber que actualmente estamos buscando inversionistas para el pueblo de en HombresSeriomentes.
As a non-terrorist organization (unless the Southern Poverty Law Center has received our application), The Guys freely admit that we are not experts in the field of suicide bombing. And we’re not teachers, either, so maybe we don’t have a robust perspective on continuing adult education and jobs training programs.
Non-credentials aside, we can safely say that safety is paramount when training the terrorists of tomorrow.
Iraqi officials report that Sunni militants accidentally detonated a practice car bomb at their training facility north of Baghdad, killing 21 potential “another person’s freedom-fighters” before they could blow themselves up upon graduation. And to heap on the embarrassment, those officials were then able to arrest an additional 22 militants in the chaos.
Learning a new trade later in life, especially in a bad economy, can be both exciting and a little scary. So, while yes, it’s good to go that extra mile in class presentations … you might want to leave your C4 at home.
Bloomington police, who said it was just a publicity stunt that Vorobyov hoped would persuade his estranged girlfriend to get back together
Vorobyov admitted throwing the money, which he had stamped with his YouTube address to direct people to it
He says he decided to throw out his “last $1,000 … to spread some holiday cheer … to make it snow money”
The chances of the three reasons all being one big happy accident are slim and none. So what’s the real reason? Who knows, but his act of charity ended in Vorobyov receiving a disorderly conduct ticket. I think the real question is just how much that’ll cost him.
A Saudi prince is suing Forbes magazine for under-reporting his wealth. Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, the grandson of the founder of Saudi Arabia and nephew of King Abdullah, claims that Forbes was about $9.6 billion short in its recent ranking of the richest people in the world. He believes that they curbed him to a mere $20 billion to intentionally rank him lower because he is from the Middle East, leaving him only in 26th place. (Third world problems, right?)
However, between this and his other lawsuit, that extra $9.6 billion may be already spent on legal fees.
What other lawsuit? He’s suing one of his ex-girlfriends for under-reporting his penis size by 9.6 inches.
CEO and former Google employee, Marissa Mayer, believes that buying the Internet-ancient free-to-use blog site is exactly what the Ask Jeeves-contemporary needs to branch into “revolutionary” social networking.
Yahoo previously bought Flickr for $35 million and GeoCities for $3.6 billion, making Mayer the CEO of either the Internet’s first online museum or elephant graveyard.
Goats. Bah. They eat everything, they’re annoying, they poop everywhere and some of them are fainting cowards. No one likes goats. That goes for both sides of this war.
Well, now we’re putting them to use. Take that, animals!
O’Hare airport, one of the worst airports This Guy has ever been to, is fighting the economic crunch by putting goats to the grass. (Warning: link has an ad with autoplay and sound — sorry.) They’ll be brought over on loan from a local restaurant to mow a large portion of the lawn the old fashioned way: with their mouths.
That’s called beating two bir-goats with one stone.
If you didn’t know, the pork industry isn’t doing so hot right now. Granted, it’s not in horrible shape, but even with the scares that plagued the beef/horse/guinea pig/unknown beef paste industry, it’s still not doing fantastically. And so, in order to raise pork sales, the National Pork Board and the Beef Checkoff Program did what any other multi-billion dollar industry does when faced with slumping sales.
It’s well known that the U.S. Postal Service, created with the stroke of a pen by President George Washington, is in some serious financial trouble. A couple weeks ago, it was announced that the mail will stop arriving on Saturday, to save money, and probably to say that the federal government now wants to honor the Jewish sabbath, not just the Christian one.