I was reading about past WWA fighter and now heavyweight boxer Kimbo Slice/Kevin Ferguson here yesterday and after reading the article and watching the embedded video it occurred to me that the reason all these fighters are losing to him(he is now 7W-0L) is that Kimbo has an unfair advantage. Look at that beard!! Look how thick it is!! How can any fighter possibly get a good go at his gourd in when all the power of their punch is absorbed by the girth of that overgrown goatee?!?
Beard or not, he is obviously one bad ass Bahaman mofo that I certainly would not want to mess with let alone get in the ring with, but come on!! Really?!? How has noone realized this? Kimbo needs to shave that facial fur and fight fairly. Heck, someone can probably use the whiskers to warm the winter months.
I also read this article ( it is amazing what you can learn and give your opinion on when you read) about about an Icelandic girl named Blaer winning her right to use her own friggin given name!! Apparently some countries actually have lists on what people in said country can actually name their offspring. The country of Iceland being one of them. Funny, but I never thought that this was an issue anywhere on this planet. Googling “list of names you cannot name american baby” did not bring up such a list, but it did bring up lots of lists you shouldn’t name your baby…these lists are of course just opinion. And opinions are like resumes are like assholes…everybody has got one.
Back to Blaer, I think that is a lovely name. For a girl. Icelandic law actually claims that Blaer is masculine and should ONLY be used for a boy baby. I strongly disagree. The word/name means light breeze. Which means the male will end up gay. Because light breezes blow. Jus’ sayin.
Yeah, I know.
My name, actually, I am told, means ‘steep hill’–which I am sure many souls around me have nodded their head and said ‘yeah. that makes sense’ upon being enlightened of the fun fact. Metaphorically speaking, that is.
So you would think that countries would actually have more important things to worry about besides what their citizens name their rugrats. Like trying to keep warm. and dodging volcanoes. Hell, I don’t know.
In September of this year, there will be a new exorbitantly expensive supercar on the market. It is the W Motors Lykan Hypersport for a mere 3.4M USD.
Really? Does it really cost that much to make this car?
The W Motors Lykan Hypersport is powered by a mid-mounted twin turbo flat six-cylinder engine, which is producing a total output of 750 HP and it has a peak torque of 737 lb-ft. This is enough to allow the supercar to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.7 seconds, before reaching a top speed of 245 mph.
Really? Does anybody really get to these speeds in a car without either taking off into the air or crashing?
I just thought everyone would like to know.