That picture is going to haunt me every time I close my eyes for the next few days. Seriously dude, I mean grandma, looks like she can seriously fuck you up in a bar fight. Via NBC News:
Tamara A. Tevault, 49, was arrested after police say she nearly struck an Indiana State Police trooper’s vehicle. It happened around 11:00 pm on St. Joseph Ave. south of Mohr Road. The trooper was northbound when he saw Tevault, who was headed in the opposite direction, drive her Chevy Tahoe left of the center line, almost hitting him. The trooper turned around and stopped Tevault, who had her two-year-old granddaughter in the vehicle. Police say Tevault had taken Clonazepam, Hydrocodone and a morphine pill earlier. She was was arrested and taken to the Vanderburgh County Jail where she is currently being held without bond.
There is really nothing I can add to this. The stupidity is pretty obvious in this one.
Sometimes things can be so horrible that they are awesome. I have to admit I’m not sure if this is one of those things, or is it just awesome because it is awesome.
Snoop Lion, the former Snoop Dogg, who went through a Rastafarian re-awakening early last year in which he re-imagined himself as a Reggae artist has an app available in both iTunes and Android versions. That is not a very odd thing as many entertainers also have mobile apps as a way to push their brand and make some extra cash. The Snoopify app is free to purchase but comes with a lot of paid in-app add ons.
One of these in app purchases, is a digital sticker of a marijuana joint — which being a Snoop Lion app should come as no surprise. That is until you get to the price tag.
According to the Wall Street Journal:
Snoopify, an app that stamps your photographs with stickers themed around Snoop Lion—the rapper also known as Snoop Dogg—is selling one sticker called “Golden Jay” for $99.99.
Yes, that is one penny shy of $100.
The jay—a word often associated with marijuana—emits a puff of colorful smoke and is adorned with sparkles. And it has been purchased at least 15 times, since its debut last week, the company says.
I am all for free-market capitalism and hey if that’s what people are willing to pay, that’s what they are willing to pay. But damn, you have to be really, really baked to spend a hundred bucks on a joint you can’t even smoke.
I told myself a long time ago that I wouldn’t make any more rash decisions and get tattooed on a spur-of-the-moment basis. My first tattoo, which has long since been covered-up was a spur of the moment, drunken decision which I can still forever feel because it was a poor job and is raised & scarred.
That being said I have been dying to get some more tattoo work done for a while now. I want to finish the half sleeve on my left arm, plus there are various other ideas that have been floating in my head for quite some time. Recently however I have had some medical issues that potentially may see me having to start taking a medication that will limit my immune system and make it potentially not wise to get tattooed.
So with that in mind I decided I really wanted to get something that I had been wanting for a long, long time but was never quite certain where on my body I would put it.
I headed down to Gen-X Tattoo in Willoughby,OH and got the following beauty on my right wrist:
I decided to put it facing me on my wrist to forever serve as a reminder to myself to hold on to my beliefs.
After I called the shop up to see if they would have the time (and desire) to do a non-custom, relatively easy walk in, I looked up the portfolio of the artist that would be doing the work. By pure happenstance after after looking through her drawings, I may have very well found the artist to work with for one of my long-desired pieces — a modern update on Columbia/”The Statue of Freedom” (The statue that adorns the dome of the U.S. Capitol building.)
So I’m hopeful that my medical issues won’t limit me to harshly in getting the rest of the ink that I desire.
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