Tag Archive: 2013


Daily Comedy 10.17.14

Slip n Slide Fails Compilation 2013

 

 

 

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Daily Comedy 10.11.14

Pool Fails Compilation 2013

 

 

 

Brazil’s ‘Miss Bumbum 2014′ Contest Kicks Off Today

 

 

 

 

 

” Most American men will tell you they are either a boob guy or a butt guy. But in Brazil, it’s apparently all about the butt.

  According to Huffington Post, the “Miss Bumbum” competition kicks off today in Sao Paulo with 27 lovely ladies representing Brazil’s 26 states and one federal district hoping to win the country’s annual competition for having the best ass.

  Brazilians have until November to vote online and narrow the field down to 15 for the finals, where the winner will take home roughly $22,000 in endorsement deals and “instant celebrity.”

  For the first time in the competition’s history, twins will be duking it out for the honor of best caboose, as Rafaella and Graziella Fornazieri have both entered the contest.

  Last year’s champion, Dai Macedo , told a French newspaper that to win the title of “Miss Bumbum,” it takes a lot of devotion.

” No nightclubs. No sweets,” Macedo said. “I went to the gym Saturdays and Sundays.”

  Macedo won the title of “Miss Bumbum 2013″ after sporting a moneymaker that measured in at 42 inches, proving once again that size does matter.”

 

 

   Read/view more about the 2014 candidates here and be sure to check out our coverage of 2012 and 2013 pageants . Here are some video highlights of years past …

 

 

   The finale from 2012 …

 And the candidates from 2013 …

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This Video Of The Box Is One Of The Awesome Videos Highlighted By The Vimeo Staff

Vimeo Staff Favorites 2013

” We show up at Vimeo HQ each day because we freaking love videos. (Oh, and we get paid. Not money, though. Snacks.) And as the year wound down, we clamored to find, re-watch, and share our favorites from 2013. Why? Because there were so many videos that struck us as hilarious, pretty, thought-provoking, downright bizarre, and legitimately mind-blowingly epic.

  So watch these! And share them! (There are buttons to do that.) And tell us about your own top vids — tweet them with the hashtag #vimeofavs.”

 

 

“I must have watched this five times in a row when I first saw it. And then did research on the company behind it. Amazing technology, and they execute so well!”

          Tom Sartain
Application Engineer

   This is a page to bookmark and come back to as there are just so many marvelous videos to choose from like this one which we featured back in September of last year: 

 

 

A Second A Day From Birth

A Second A Day From Birth

This one on the other hand , which we also featured , is the polar opposite of Indigo’s first year of life … 

Biting Elbows – ‘Bad Motherf***er’ Official Music Video

Biting Elbows - Bad Motherfucker

There are many , many more super cool videos at the link , something for everyone .

The Examiner Announces Their Awards For The Most Notable Displays Of Gall

 

 

 

 

” Happy New Year to all Washington Examiner readers.

  And since it is a new year, that means it’s time to hand out my annual Chutzpah Awards for the year that just ended.

  Chutzpah is defined as gall or audacity taken to the nth level. The classic and ultimate example of chutzpah is supposed to be the guy that murdered both his parents and then threw himself on the mercy of the court on the grounds that he was an orphan.

  This year’s list is a short one, but that doesn’t mean the winners are any less deserving. So, without further ado, here are the 2013 Chutzpah Award winners.

  Fifth runner-up: Rapper Kanye West, for basically proclaiming himself the greatest entertainer in the universe, combining his name and Jesus Christ’s name to proclaim his tour “Yeezus” and embracing the Confederate flag as his own.

  West, for those that don’t know, is African-American. The Confederate States of America, in that nation’s constitution, enshrined, specifically, “negro slavery” and made its existence all but inviolable.”

 

 

Go to the Examiner to see the champion and the other runners-up .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From Cato Institute

 

 

” Picking the year’s worst op-eds — an annual tradition in this space — wasn’t easy in 2013. There’s the Slate writer who announced you’re “a bad person if you send your children to private school”; the New York Times piece arguing that conservative Dallas “willed the death” of JFK (by getting a communist to shoot him?); and the fellow who worried that allowing more high-skilled immigration would exacerbate “America’s Genius Glut.”

  If you’ve been losing sleep over the genius glut in American punditry, rest easy. That threat’s a long way off.

  To narrow the choices and give this pudding a theme, I’ve decided that 2013’s malicious listicle will focus on the perverse affinity for executive power of our alleged “Thought Leaders.” In a year when presidential incompetence and power lust ruled the headlines — when record numbers of Americans feared big government — the leading lights of the American commentariat clamored for more presidential power. Go figure.”

 

 

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If You Ever Feel Stupid, Just Look At What These 30 People Did. You’ll Feel Better…Trust Me

 

 

 

” Every now and then, everyone has brain farts. You forget how to make change, you misspell the word “definitely” or maybe you just wore mismatched socks. But these people all took that to a brand new level. Maybe I’m being a little bit harsh, but…probably not.”

 

 

16. It's all about context clues, Dayna.

 

 

 

Still feeling dumb ?

 

 

13. Please, someone find this girl and make her wear a helmet so she doesn't bump into things.

Not convinced ? Go here … You’ll feel like a genius .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ZoNATION: Part One–2013 In Review: Hot-Headed Democrats Ruining Nation

 

 

Published on Dec 27, 2013

” In Part One, Zo reviews the hot-headed Democrats of the year–Christopher Dorner, George Zimmerman, The Tsarnayev Brothers, and other murderers. The media always wants to portray these guys as Conservative radicals, but we know the truth.

  Be sure to check out Zo’s Audio Book to get insight on promoting conservatism in the culture and letting the liberals trip over their own nasty narrative. http://alfonzorachel.com/macho-sauce- “

 

 

 

ZoNATION: Part Two–2013 In Review: Transparency Arrogancy

 

 

 

Published on Dec 31, 2013

” President Obama was elected with the promise of transparency. So why is this the President who has had NSA leaks, who’s promises have been directly confronted by Edward Snowden, and an IRS scandal that only Nixon could have dreamed of. Transparency arrogancy is what this is.

  Be sure to check out Zo’s Audio Book to get insight on promoting conservatism in the culture and letting the liberals trip over their own nasty narrative. http://alfonzorachel.com/macho-sauce- “

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Report On Liberty From Reason Magazine

 

 

 

 

” Nick Gillespie and Matt Welch’s The Declaration of Independents, published in 2011, provides a hopeful outlook for the future of freedom, a vision of how libertarian politics can fix America’s problems. How did 2013 pan out for the libertarian moment upon us? Here are seven pieces of good news for freedom this year from some of us here at Reason– Ed Krayewski

 

1. No Tolerance for Zero Tolerance

  WHNSAs 2013 began, America was still reeling from a mass murder at a Connecticut elementary school. Parents and officials across the country were nervous that something similar might happen in their backyards, and that nervousness translated into a series of strange school security scares, many of them involving absurd zero-tolerance decrees. The most infamous might be the second-grader in Maryland who was suspended for chewing a Pop-Tart into the shape of a gun.

  It was easy to assume that the reign of zero tolerance was just going to get worse, as school districts felt the same bureaucratic imperatives that swept the nation after the Columbine massacre of 1999. It didn’t help that both liberals and conservatives were calling for measures that had fed the zero-tolerance beast in the past. But then something unexpected happened. Those silly security scares were mocked in the press. Politicians proposed bills to roll back zero tolerance’s excesses, and schools across the country adopted new policies that might not be a civil libertarian’s dream but at least give officials more flexibility in doling out punishments and make it less likely that a misbehaving student will be pushed into the criminal justice system. As victories go, these may be small, but a year ago I didn’t expect this to be an area where there would be victories to celebrate at all. —Jesse Walker “

 

 

See the other six advances of liberty at Reason.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From Heritage.org

 

 

 

Published on Dec 29, 2013

” House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi claims “the cupboard is bare. There’s no more cuts to make.” The cupboard, however, is overflowing with liquor, crystal glassware, and more.”

 

 

HT/Conservative Byte

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Title Is Quite Explanatory, Enjoy!

 

 

News Bloopers 2013

 

 

 

2013’s highlights from our illustrious mainstream media “betters”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Who Are The Most Valuable Pieces On The Chessboard?

 

 

 

” What is the future of conservatism? Which voices should define the priorities of the movement in the coming decades? Who are its most skilled proponents today? How should the movement evolve to face the threats most endangering America?

  This list is my effort to advocate for both my favorite writers contributing to answering these questions and the ideas they champion.

5 quick ground rules first:

  – I’m being strict with the “columnist” title – no bloggers, journalists, or feature writers. A “columnist” is one who writes a 700-1400+ word polemical article on a regular basis for an established publication or syndication.

  – I’m likewise being strict with the “conservative” title – other various right-of-center ideologies (neoconservatism, libertarianism, Christian theocrats, and paleo-con conspiracists) warrant their own lists. (Which perhaps they might get next year as I continue mapping out today’s most important ideological advocates in the contests of politics, ideas, and culture…)

  [UPDATE: Confused why some of your favorites aren't on this list? See: 3 Basic Differences Between Conservatism and Neoconservatism]

  – In selecting these individuals, I am including them and the ideas they champion in what I’m calling Conservatism 3.0. This isn’t just a stand-alone list, it’s part of the bigger, ongoing project of my attempt to encourage ideological debate and dialogue. The columnists on this list each write books too and I’m adding their titles to my reading lists at the Freedom Academy Book Club. In next year’s installment of my “radical reading regimen” I’ll blog through their titles too.

  – I’m excluding writers that I edit. All of PJM’s columnists and freelancers have been going on a separate list of my favorite writers, which I’ve been accumulating over the last six months and you can read on the last page of this post. And as an extra mention I have to go out of my way to recommend Instapundit Glenn Reynolds’s USA Today columns too. Blogging isn’t the only medium that Glenn’s mastered.

  – I’m including excerpts from some of my favorite columns. Fair warning: this article today is over 13,000 words, highlighting some of the year’s best op/eds. (UPDATE: And apparently that means it’s too big for the view-as-single-page or print-this-post feature to work. I’m sorry. I assure you that was not intentional.) It’s really more of a free online e-book — a late Christmas present to all the readers, writers, activists, and patriots who have inspired and encouraged me in my own journey across the political spectrum… “

 

 

See Swindle’s choices at PJMedia Lifestyles

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Atlantic, New York Post, CNN, Fox News Channel, Daily Mail Top List

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13 Most Popular Yahoo News Photo Galleries Of 2013

Photo by Andrey Pavlov/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

2013 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

Here’s another teaser . 

 

 

 

Photo by Sarah Lee/ CATERS NEWS

Female surfers beneath the waves

 

    See Yahoo’s most searched photo galleries of 2013 here. The links for each picture will take you to the collection noted in the title and at the end of each gallery you will be provided with even more gallery links not included in the referenced article . There really are some amazing photos to view . Take the time to enjoy them all .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JibJab Year In Review 2013 – The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

 

 

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The Best Notable Quotables 2013

 

Ed Schultz

” Welcome to the Media Research Center’s annual awards issue, a compilation of the most outrageous and/or humorous news media quotes from 2013 (December 2012 through November 2013).

  To determine this year’s winners, a panel of 42 radio talk show hosts, magazine editors, columnists, editorial writers, and expert media observers each selected their choices for the first, second and third best quote from a slate of five to seven quotes in each category [List of Judges]. First place selections were awarded three points, second place choices two points, with one point for the third place selections. Point totals are listed alongside each quote. Each judge was also asked to choose a “Quote of the Year” denoting the most outrageous quote of 2013.

  The MRC’s Cassandre Durocher distributed the ballots and tabulated the results. Senior news analyst Scott Whitlock helped produce the numerous audio and video clips included in the Web-posted version. Rich Noyes and Brent Baker assembled this issue and Brad Ash posted the entire package to the MRC’s Web site.

Ed Schultz

“This is the Web site folks, HealthCare.gov. If you go to this Web site, you will find out how easy it is to read, how easy it is to navigate all the information, all the basic questions, and all the direction you need to take to get involved, to get health care. This is a great guide, if I may say, for any of you out there who feel so confused by all of these right-wing commercials that are just permeating through your television screen.”
— Host Ed Schultz on MSNBC’s The Ed Show, September 30.”

Just one of the many idiotic highlights from the media on MRC’s list .

From The Folks At The Washington Free Beacon

 

 

 

Buy A Shotgun , What Difference Does It Make ? , If You Like Your Plan … LOL 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Daily Comedy 12.19.13

Reporter Fails Compilation 2013 Funny News Bloopers

 

 

 

 

Daily Video 11.13.13

Reason Video Awards 2013

 

 

Published on Nov 12, 2013

” Last week, Reason TV announced the winners of its first-ever Reason Video Awards, giving out $10,000 in prize money to makers of “short-form video, film, and moving pictures that explore, investigate, and enrich our appreciation of libertarian beliefs in individual rights, limited government, and especially human possibilities.”

Selected from about 100 entries, the winners included:

Drew Tidwell: “I, Pencil,” produced for the Competitive Enterprise Institute
Justin Monticello: “Obama That I Used to Know” 
Isaac Reese: “Game of Food Trucks,” produced for the Institute for Justice
Rounding out the finalists were Mike Mills (“Top DHS Checkpoint Refusals”) and Owen Brennan, Justin Folk, and Robert Perkins (“The Crony Chronicles: I Want to Grow Up to be a Crony”).

Congrats to all winners and many thanks to all who entered.

Also awarded that night: The Bastiat Prize in Journalism, which honors writing “that best demonstrates the importance of individual liberty and free markets with originality, wit, and eloquence.” The top prize was shared by Lane Filler of Newsday and Ross Clark of the U.K. Times. The first-ever Lanny Friedlander Prize, named for the founder of Reason magazine and celebrating individuals and groups who create new platforms that explore and analyze the power of Free Minds and Free Markets, went to Wired’s co-founders, Jane Metcalfe and Louis Rossetto.

Read more about the Reason Media Awards here:http://reason.com/blog/2013/11/06/lan…

Watch the finalists and winners here:http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=…

Approx. 3:30 minutes. Edited and animated by Meredith Bragg. Camera by Jim Epstein. “

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Op-Ed: Top 10 Chart-Topping Country Music Singles Of 2013

 

 

” 2013 was a great year for the following singles, especially since they all topped the Billboard Hot Country Airplay charts. Here are my picks of the 10 best of the year. To be fair, each country artist is represented only once.

 
At No. 10, is Justin Moore with his upbeat love song “Til My Last Day,” which was the first single to reach No. 1 on country radio in 2013. I love the traditional country side to Moore’s music and his twang.

 

At No. 9, is Randy Houser with his catchy and radio-friendly radio single “Runnin’ Out of Moonlight,” which is a tune that you could listen to on repeat the whole day.

 

Darius Rucker comes in at No. 8 with his rendition of Old Crow Medicine Show’s “Wagon Wheel,” which he made his own. Rucker brought this tune for No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Airplay charts and it stayed there for two weeks in early June of 2013.”

Sunset 11.6.13

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Somewhere in the north east .

Three Beauties

Hatteras Yachts

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Just because …

Daily Video 8.2.13

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