Friday, October 12, 2012

Buy My New Book!

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"Back by popular demand, the mind-blowing follow-up to the bestselling 1,001 Facts That Will Scare the S#*t Out of You. An all-new collection of entertaining and horrifying truths about us, our world, and why we’re totally screwed. 

With more disturbing facts and fun new topics, including weird celebrities, boobs, the internet, clowns, serial killers, sexual fetishes, bacon, Elvis, things that will eat you, and more. 

From stupid dead people to halitosis caused by constipation to a singer whose music can get you killed in some Jamaican neighborhoods, it’s all here—everything you need to know about the scary s#*t that surrounds all of us.

FACT: Men are four times as likely as women to be struck by lightning.

FACT: McDonald’s McRib sandwich contains some of the same ingredients used to manufacture gym mats and running shoes.

FACT: Celine Dion first met future husband René Angélil when she was 12 years old. He was 38.

FACT: A study suggests that food like bacon affect the brain in a manner similar to cocaine and heroin, overloading pleasure centers and requiring increasing amounts."

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Questionable Tampon Ads Of The Day

Clever or foul? You decide. Some of these have to be fake, like the pool ad that misspelled absorbent, or the hotel room ad, which makes no sense.


Cool Classic TV Cars Of The Day

A lineup of famous TV cars. Many of these are from 70s' shows, so you youngun's may not recognize as many as us old folks.

A car has always been an easy way to help define a show's hero, but for many of these series, the cars became characters themselves in a sense. Try to imagine the A-Team with their van, or Crockett & Tubbs without their Ferrari, or Starsky & Hutch without the "Striped Tomato." It just isn't the same.

Magnum P.I. (Ferrari 308 GTSi)

The Munsters ("Drag-u-la")
A custom car created by the legendary George Barris.

The Partridge Family


Vega$ ('57 Ford T-bird convertible)

Happy Days (Ralph Malph's hot rod, a modified '29 Ford Roadster pickup)

The Rockford Files ('77 Pontiac Firebird)

Speed Racer (the powerful -- and fictional -- Mach 5)

Starsky & Hutch ('76 Ford Gran Torino, nicknamed the "Striped Tomato")

Batman (Batmobile)
Another George Barris original, created from a '55 Lincoln Futura, a concept car that was never produced.

Mork & Mindy ('78 Jeep Wrangler)

The Monkees (Monkeemobile)
The Monkeemobile is a '66 Pontiac GTO customized by Dean Jeffries, who also worked with George Barris on the Batmobile. Note the similarities between the two cars.

Kojak ('75 Buick Regal sedan)

The Andy Griffith Show (Ford Galaxy)

The Munsters (The Munsterkoach)
Another masterpiece by George Barris, this 18-ft-long beast was made from three Model T bodies.


Nash Bridges ('71 Plymouth Barracuda - I want this car)

Miami Vice ('86 Ferrari Testarossa)

Mannix (Roadster)
The Roadster was another George Barris custom car, based on an Oldsmobile Toronado convertible.

The Fall Guy ('81 GMC Sierra)

The Brady Bunch ('71 Plymouth Barracuda)
Mike Brady drove this car in Season 3. Nash Bridges drove the same model and year.

Get Smart ('65 Sunbeam Tiger - Seasons 1-2)

Hawaii Five-O ('68 Mercury Parklane)

The Beverly Hillbillies ('21 Olds flatbed truck)

The A-Team ('83 GMC van)

The Brady Bunch ('71 Plymouth Satellite Wagon)

Columbo (
'59 Peugeot 403 Grande Luxe Cabriolet convertible)

Wonderbug (fictional dune buggy made from various junk cars)

The Dukes of Hazzard (The General Lee)
The General Lee was a '69 Dodge Charger.

Get Smart ('69 Opel GT - Season 5)

Miami Vice (Ferrari Daytona Spyder)

The Green Hornet (Black Beauty)
The Black Beauty was a custom car created by Dean Jeffries from a '66 Chrysler Crown Imperial.

Viper (Dodge Viper)

Charlie's Angels (Jill's Ford Cobra)

Thunderbirds (The FAB-1, a modified Rolls Royce)

The Brady Bunch ('69 Plymouth Fury)
Mike Brady's car in Seasons 1-2.

Knight Rider (KITT - a 1982 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am)

Any others that need to be here?


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