It will take years to clean up the national and global messes created and promulgated by his predecessor and the Democrat Party. May his decisions be wise, the results productive, and may we become a more prosperous nation for all. God Bless America.
“Dude. GTFO. That’s my spot.” Then it happened. The wind kicked up and Miami started raining furniture.
This is the incredible moment chairs and furniture where whipped into the air by ferociously high winds in Miami. Patio chairs and sun loungers can be seen flying through the sky as the fierce storm scoops them up and flings them from a high rise building in the Floridian city.
[Image & video via here.]
[Before we start our Saturday Feature Presentation, we found a great concise description that compares different types of government, with historical examples. Folks, please take 10 minutes to WATCH THIS, and then pass it on.]
We now resume our regular programming schedule.
Funny milk adverts [Found via Presurfer].
Turn up the sound. The first 1-1/2 minutes is VERY cool: Rainstorm.
Dem Phones. Really. [Found here.]
1983 saw OingoBoingo at it’s peak, with a ska version of “Violent Love.” Bunk sat at a table next to them at Madam Wong’s without knowing who they were. Then they got on stage and cranked. (Oh, yeah, if you didn’t know, the lead singer is Danny Elfman. Yep. That Danny Elfman.)
Although this was found on a Russian website, it came with this attached description:
The Tornado Intercept Vehicle just east of Kearney, NE, on I-80, May 29, 2008. The TIV is a vehicle specifically designed for storm chaser Sean Casey and follows Josh Wurman’s Project Rotate radar crew, currently being filmed for a documentary by the Discovery Channel.