Robert Plant was in Mali back in 2003 to perform at a music festival. He brought a camera crew with him as he crossed the Sahara desert and stopped in a few cities, including Timbuctoo. Robert has put together all of that footage into a web series for YouTube called "Zirka."
A new service is looking to help guys with awesome facial hair make money turning their beards into billboards.
Beardvertising has guys placing physical ads on their beards of men, allowing them to make a couple of bucks in the process.
The “beardvertisements” are called “BeardBoards,” and they can earn people with beards as much as $5 per day.
If you’re interested, be sure to sign up at Beardvertising.com, and start cashing those checks. (Beardvertising.com)
WOW! THOSE GUYS ON DUCK DYNASTY ARE GONNA MAKE A FORTUNE!!
Researchers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln did a study to find out if people tended to focus more on the breasts and figure of a woman when analyzing her appearance than they do on her face.
Guess what they found out? Yep...we tend to focus our eyes on a woman's chest more than on their face! Shocking...?
I guess if I had a student at the University of Nebraska I'd be shocked......that money was being wasted on a study proving what we already knew!!
Some rare footage has turned up from Star Wars: Episode Six -- Return of the Jedi -- and it appeared in a very unlikely place.
If you're at least 35 years old, you may remember laser discs -- sort of the pre-cursor to DVDs. And someone who bought a laser disc of Jedi -- for $699 on eBay -- has gotten a rare treat. There are two scenes that got left on the cutting-room floor. One is part of Luke Skywalker's last visit to Yoda on Dagobah. The other is of R2D2 repairing the wing of Luke's X-Wing Fighter -- although that one lacks any audio.
The disc was actually produced to demonstrate an early video-editing system that producer George Lucas was backing. The buyer had been posting clips to Facebook, but that page has been deactivated -- likely over copyright issues.
A brewery in Scotland has set the record for the world’s strongest beer for a second time with their brew called “Snake Venom.”
At 67.5% alcohol, this new beer is 2.5% stronger than their previous record holder “Armageddon” – and 10 times stronger than regular beer.
Each bottle of Snake Venom comes with a warning label, stating that only one full bottle should be consumed per sitting. WHICH IS GREAT NEWS...BECAUSE COLLEGE KIDS ALWAYS FOLLOW THOSE WARNING LABELS...!
MORE HERE==> Scotsman.com
She MEANT to email the class their homework assignment...they got nude photos of her, instead!
Our guess is...attendance will be really high in that class from now on...
The latest trend on YouTube is ISOLATED vocals tracks from the biggest names in classic rock... Here's Robert Plant on "Ramble On"...