slickguns.com - the very best deals on guns and ammo posted by users!
28 Things at the End of the Rainbow
For centuries, humans have been fascinated by rainbows, and many cultures (not just the Irish) have long-standing beliefs that treasures abound at the end of the rainbow. Believe it or not, there is something at the end of every rainbow (technically thereís not, though, because rainbows are just optical illusions that donít actually exist, and therefore have no beginning or end). Sometimes the treasure at the end of the rainbow is a hot babe. Sometimes itís an empty Walmart parking lot. Sometimes itís a dudeís butt because heís posing to make it look like heís farting out a rainbow. Whatever lies at the end of the rainbow, itís bound to be a treasure for somebody.
The 23 Biggest 9/11 Coincidences
September 11, 2001 was unquestionably a tragic day for America and the world. While the 3,000-plus deaths on American soil elicited support and tears from around the world, now many international citizens resent or even despise the country that ratcheted up the War on Terror. But for many in the country, and a staggering number of foreign citizens, the truth about what really took place on September 11, 2001 remains under relentless scrutiny and doubt. The mainstream media and politicians love to pass these claims off as "conspiracy theories" (the threat of being a social outcast can get the best of us), but the facts tell a much different story.
PC Pioneers: 10 Hackers Who Made History
The computer world has a rich history of hackers who steered the progress of computer science and gave shape to computers, the internet, and networking as we see it today - in some cases single-handedly. While the term ďHackerĒ today carries a negative connotation of an ill-intentioned computer genius, thatís only a small portion of what the word really means. Yes, there are the Black Hat hackers behind internet mayhem, thievery, and chaos, but there are also White Hat hackers who use their computer savvy for good. Thereís also a different kind of hacker entirely: the tinkerer. They all played parts, big and small, in creating the computer world as it exists today. Weíve put together a list of 10 great hackers who all played a part in this history.
Cartman's 7 Most Heinous Acts of Evil on South Park
Trey Parker and Matt Stone's megahit series has managed to stay popular and relevant for 15 seasons. This is largely due to the strength of South Park's writing and character development -- particularly in the case of a chubby, misanthropic little mama's boy named Eric Cartman, known to friend and foe alike as merely "Cartman." This character has evolved from a mean, stupid fat kid with an alien transmitter dish up his ass--to a truly depraved, disturbingly antisocial, and flat-out dangerous criminal sociopath. Lots of cartoon kids get into mischief, break the rules, and cause trouble for their friends, families, and classmates -- but Cartman is no Bart Simpson: His hijinks transcend mere tomfoolery and approach the level of crimes against humanity. Each season -- Parker, Stone, and the writers of South Park seem to try their best to push the envelope of Cartman's evil; his exploits grow more and more horrific as the years advance.
The 10 Most Humiliating Hip-Hop Apologies
Eminem's homie Elton John was right: sorry really does seem to be the hardest word. And what could be more humiliating than a public apology? With all the grandstanding and chest-beating that goes on in hip-hop, it's rare to see rappers showing any signs of regret or remorse. But every once in a while, even a supa emcee has to say those dreaded words: "I apologize." Take Soulja Boy for example: earlier this week he offered an apology to the United States military for saying "fuck the Army troops" in his song ďLetís Be Real." C'mon son! For starters, your name is Soulja boy. Not to mention the fact that Army troops are involved in at least three overseas conflicts at the moment. Time to humble yourself homie. And this isn't the first time Soulja has had to apologize. Back in 2009 he said "Sorry to all my white fans" for a racially charged Twitter rant. Nor is Souljaís not the only rhyme spitter who's had to fall on his sword. Check out our list of the The 20 Most Humiliating Hip-Hop Apologies and see whether your favorite rapper had to ask for forgiveness. You won't be sorry.
5 Ways Drunk Folk Justify Drinking
As if you needed another reason to have a beer besides "It's Hump Daaaaay!" and "It's daytime!" and "I like beer!," here are five "facts" drunks will throw at you to convince you that getting hammered is actually good for you.
10 Awesomely Bad Films with Cult Followings
Bad movies come in all shapes and sizes: boring, too long, filled with plot holes or terrible actors. But there's a strange phenomenon that can occur when these bad-film qualities and others are combined in the right proportions. The movie becomes a cult classic, so ridiculous or poorly made that people can't help but be entertained by it. Here are 10 enjoyably bad movies that have gained cult followings for their strangeness, low budgets, or campy qualities.
Take That! Top 10 Video Game Taunts
As if defeating world-ending menaces and nefarious villains werenít enough, some games just have to add insult to injury. Whether itís two characters trading barbs or just one making fun of the player directly, this list of taunts covers the best that video game humiliation has to offer.
The 10 Best Star Wars Changes
Itís that time again. Time to hulk-out in nerd rage and do stupid things like compare George Lucas to Gaddafi or Bin Laden. Thatís right, there are new versions of the Star Wars movies coming out and itís time for people on the internet to go crazy and claim that Lucas raped your childhood... again. But you know what? The Special Editions should really be called the Superior Editions.
6 Costs You Should Always Negotiate
Most consumers think haggling is only appropriate when buying tchotkes at a street fair or facing off against a used-car dealer. But why not negotiate the cost of medical procedures? Or a new Sub-Zero refrigerator? If you're not paying less than sticker price for these and other goods and services, you're leaving money -- and often lots of it -- on the table. "Everything is negotiable," says Stuart Diamond, adjunct professor of law at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business and author of "Getting More: How to Negotiate to Achieve Your Goals in the Real World." "All you have to do is ask."