While at the bar

February 7, 2016 at 11:35 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Having already downed a few power drinks, she turns around, faces him, looks him straight in the eye and says, “Listen here, good looking. I will screw anybody, anytime, anywhere, their place, my place, in the car, by the front door, by the back door, in the back door, on the ground, standing up, sitting down, naked or with clothes on… It doesn’t matter to me. I just love it.”

His eyes now wide with interest, he responds, “No kidding… I’m in Government too. Are you Federal or State?”

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THE NEWS

Odd news from around the world

The VERY smart phone: How we will soon have an app to translate conversations in real time leading to the end of the language barrier: “In the next five years, advanced technology will allow people of different nationalities to sit down and freely converse with just a smartphone between them, instantly translating their language in real-time. So claims the chief envisioning officer of Microsoft UK, who says that while language translators are currently at the level of ‘schoolboy French’, rapid advancements mean there may be no such thing as a language barrier. Instead, universal, real-time translators will be at our fingertips – avoiding the need for fumbling around in language guide books, or using robotic translator software. ‘At the moment we’re at schoolboy French,’ Mr Coplin told The Times. He added: ‘In five years, two people will be able to sit down, put a smartphone between them, and as they’re talking, the phone will translate their conversation seamlessly.'”

Teenager who found $19,000 gold bar while swimming in a German Alpine lake gets to KEEP it: “A teenager who found a 500 gram bar of gold while swimming in an Alpine lake in Germany has been told she can keep it. The 16-year-old girl, who is not being named, found the bar at the bottom of the lake last summer. She was visiting the Königssee lake near the Alps when she found the bar just two metres beneath the water’s surface and immediately turned it in to the police in Berchtesgaden, Germany. Authorities began a long search for the owner, but after six months were unable to find anyone. Authorities recently announced that the teenager and her family could keep the bar, which is 6cm and weighs 17.6 ounces making it worth about $19,000. The gold bar has several markings including references to its weight and fineness. It also has Degussa Feingold – a company that has been manufacturing such bars for more than 150 years – engraved at the top.

Is this proof of a Spanish YETI?: “Spanish ski resort bosses have combed part of the tourist spot after a skier posted the image appearing to show an abominable snowman in Formigal in Spain. The photograph, posted online with the message: ‘Strange animal spotted in Formigal. What the hell is this?’, has been shared thousands of times. The picture sparked a search by ski resort owners Aramon and a frenzied debate over whether a Spanish Yeti was on the loose or if it was a bear, Photoshop montage or even a soldier wearing mountain camouflage. Shaky video footage captures the moment the mysterious animal walks through snow covered Pyrenees hills. The mystery remained unsolved last night, although skiers were being reassured there was no cause for alarm.

The most expensive car in the world: “An auction room applauded a classic Ferrari after it sold for almost £25 million to become the world’s most expensive car. The legendary Ferrari 335 S Spider Scaglietti was capable of doing a staggering 186mph in 1957. It finished second in the Mille Miglia that year before becoming the first car to average 200kph (124mph) on a lap of the Le Mans circuit. Unfortunately it didn’t finish the gruelling French race but continued to be campaigned around the world by the likes of Stirling Moss. The stunning machine was bought by French collector and racing driver Pierre Bardinon in 1970 and remained part of the family’s staggering collection until this week. Mr Bardinon passed away in 2012 and the family was told to sell the car at a French auction to settle an inheritance tax bill. It went under the hammer at the high profile Artcurial sale in Paris with interest from around the world. Marcel Massini, an esteemed Ferrari historian, had previously described it as the ‘top of the top'”

Controversial ten-year-old dubbed ‘the most beautiful girl in the world’ secures a ‘lucrative’ modelling deal in LA: “A controversial child model dubbed ‘the most beautiful girl in the world’ has landed a lucrative modelling contract in the US. Russian-born Kristina Pimenova, 10, has moved from Moscow to Los Angeles to sign with prestigious agency LA Models. But photos the ‘little supermodel’ often provoke disturbing comments and her mother was last year criticised for publishing ‘provocative’ photos of her daughter on social media. Kristina, who has been modelling since the age of three and doing catwalk shows since she was four, has more than two million followers on Facebook and over a million on her Instagram. Both accounts, which are managed by her mother, Glikeriya Pimenova, have drawn sexualised remarks from followers who sometimes comment on Kristina’s legs or refer to the child as ‘a babe’. ‘I am certain in my mind all her photographs are absolutely innocent,’ Glikeriya, 40, told MailOnline last year. ‘You must think like a paedophile in order to see something sexual in these pictures”

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