It wasn’t found out until later that the kicker has Down’s Syndrome…. Not that that’s a good excuse to go around kicking stranger’s kids.
Did you watch that video?!?! So now you need to DEFINITELY see this one!
Melt the Cheese Whiz in the microwave or on top of the stove, according to directions on the jar. Allow the cheese to cool slightly in the jar. Using a long handled spoon, carefully stir about three drops of green food coloring into the warm cheese, using just enough to turn the cheese into a delicious snot green.
To form boogers: Dip and twist the tip of each pretzel stick into the cheese, lift out, wait twenty seconds, then dip again. When cheese lumps reach an appealingly boogerish size, set pretzels, booger down, onto a sheet of waxed paper.
Allow the finished boogers on a stick to cool at room temperature for ten minutes or until cheese is firm. Gently pull boogers off waxed paper and arrange on a serving platter.
EXTRA FUN: Place on a plate with a small bowl of salsa to dip and make bloody boogers
A mammoth network of gas filaments inside the galaxy NGC 1275 resembles the Flying Spaghetti Monster. Until recently, it was not clear what prevented the delicate filaments from being destroyed by competing gravitational forces, but Hubble Space Telescope images suggest they are supported by magnetic fields generated near the galaxy’s central black hole.
A male dog will whine and beg in deference to a stronger dog, but will lower its voice into a guttural growl if it thinks it has a fighting chance.
Men unconsciously do a similar thing, scientists say.
A new study finds that the lower the pitch of a man’s voice, the more physically dominant other men think he is. And men lower their voice pitch when addressing a man they believe to be less dominant than themselves, but raise it when speaking to someone they think is more dominant.
The findings, detailed in the July issue of the journal of Evolution and Human Behavior, could help explain why vocal pitch in men and women are so different.
Read More HERE
In March, astronomers spotted the brightest gamma-ray burst they’d ever seen. It had detonated from halfway across the universe but was so bright it was visible to the naked eye. What made it so dazzling? It turns out it was a sort of cosmic death ray – when a massive star in the distant universe died, it shot out a high-speed jet of particles straight at Earth. It’s a good thing the star lay safely 7.5 billion light years away – GRBs within 6500 light years of Earth could produce enough radiation to strip away the ozone layer and cause a mass, or even total, extinction – a terrifying prospect indeed.
Saturn’s moon Mimas looks for all the world like the Death Star – the planet-destroying space station from the movie Star Wars – in this Cassini image taken in 2005. The giant crater at the centre of the image, called Herschel, was probably gouged out by an enormous asteroid impact. If the asteroid had been any bigger or had been moving much faster, it probably would have split the moon in two. (Image: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute)
Are We In For A Second Civil War?… I’ve Seen Hundreds Of Videos Like This… There’s Real Anger And Hatred Out There… Some Of These People Are Gonna Go Ballistic If Obama Wins… And I Suspect Some Of Them Will Want To Do Something About It.
It Only Takes One Lucky Nut To Start A Conflagration… At The very Least… How Difficult Will It Be For Any Kind Of Reconciliation After The Election?… This Is Why I’m So Disappointed When I Don’t Hear The Candidates Telling People To Cool It…
BUT THE REALLY SCARY THING IS THAT I’M SURE A LOT OF THESE PEOPLE ARE MUCH BETTER ARMED THAN I AM.