Redneck Tattoos For The Win

Taking pride in who you are is no crime, but some of these tattoos…. Just see for yourself.

Redneck Tattoos For The Win 1~ Branded For Life Rednecks always say “Go big or go home”. They weren’t joking!

Branded For Life

Redneck Tattoos For The Win 2~ Barbwire Redneck

Barbwire Redneck

Redneck Tattoos For The Win 3~ Fail OR Win?

Fail OR Win?

Redneck Tattoos For The Win 4~ The Redneck Way

The Redneck Way

Redneck Tattoos For The Win 5~ John Who?

John Who?

Redneck Tattoos For The Win 6~ Redneck, Eagle, And A Cross? AMERICA HAS RISEN!

Redneck, Eagle, And A Cross? AMERICA HAS RISEN!

Redneck Tattoos For The Win 7~ It’s Our Way Of Life. Love It Or Hate It, We Still Dominate!

It's Our Way Of Life. Love It Or Hate It, We Still Dominate!

Redneck Tattoos For The Win 8~ Honey, Who’s Chelsea?

Honey, Who's Chelsea?

Redneck Tattoos For The Win 9~ Redneck Pride – That Beard Though…

Redneck Pride - That Beard Though...

Redneck Tattoos For The Win 10~ FTW

FTW

Redneck Tattoos For The Win 11~ It’s Part Of The Life Style

It's Part Of The Life Style

Redneck Tattoos For The Win 12~ Don’t Mess With The Bull If You Can’t Take The Horns

Don't Mess With The Bull If You Can't Take The Horns

Redneck Tattoos For The Win 13~ It’s Me Or The Truck

It's Me Or The Truck

Redneck Tattoos For The Win 14~ The Only 6 Pack That Matters

The Only 6 Pack That Matters

Redneck Tattoos For The Win 15~ NASCAR… Need I Say More?

NASCAR... Need I Say More?

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Adult Film Stars With And Without Makeup

Have you wondered what these ladies look like without makeup? Now is your chance!!! You won’t believe the difference a little makeup can make…

Adult Film Stars With And Without Makeup 1~ Akira Raine

Alana Croft

Adult Film Stars With And Without Makeup 2~ Alana Croft

Alana Croft

Adult Film Stars With And Without Makeup 3~ Alexis Ford

Alexis Ford

Adult Film Stars With And Without Makeup 4~ Anikka Albrite

Anikka Albrite

Adult Film Stars With And Without Makeup 5~ Asphyxia Noir

Asphyxia Noir

Adult Film Stars With And Without Makeup 6~ Bailey Blue

Bailey Blue

Adult Film Stars With And Without Makeup 7~ Brenda Moreno

Brenda Moreno

Adult Film Stars With And Without Makeup 8~ Brittany Lynn

Brittany Lynn

Adult Film Stars With And Without Makeup 9~ Cassandra Nix

Cassandra Nix

Adult Film Stars With And Without Makeup 10~ Chanel Preston

Chanel Preston

Adult Film Stars With And Without Makeup 11~ Draven Star

Draven Star

Adult Film Stars With And Without Makeup 12~ Eidyia

Eidyia

Adult Film Stars With And Without Makeup 13~ Elle Alexandra

Elle Alexandra

Adult Film Stars With And Without Makeup 14~ Jessica Mor

Jessica Mor

Adult Film Stars With And Without Makeup 15~ Karmin Karma

Karmin Karma

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4 Ridiculous Sex Machines From Amazon With Hilarious Reviews

Maybe you didn’t know it, but Amazon.com offers sex machines. More importantly, Amazon offers customer reviews for each one of those sex machines, because even though it may not always feel like it, the Internet runs on altruism. For every Nigerian Prince, every subscription wall, every online convenience fee, there are 10 more people who aren’t asking for any money at all and who just want to help you find the best electrical appliance to hump. I was amazed to see that even in a massive online store, where real names and purchases and recommended products are attached to every profile right out in the light where everyone can see, not even the risk of utter humiliation outweighs the human desire to lend a hand.

As a pretend journalist, I sensed some greater cultural significance hidden in the cracks of all those sex machine reviews, and after reading every single one that Amazon has to offer, I can now say with total confidence that, no, there is not. But I did find some bizarre trends among the people who like to fuck stuff with an engine, and I at least want to share those with you.

They Are All MacGyvers of Engineering

If Amazon reviews are indicative of the sex machine community at large, those are exactly the type of people you want around if you ever need to escape a hostage situation with only two paperclips and an apple corer. Maybe it seems intuitive that the same people who have sex with machines would be gear heads, but this extends beyond a casual enthusiasm. Most of these people sound like they could put a car engine together blindfolded.

And it’s not just their knowledge of mechanics that’s impressive. The creativity they display when fixing or adapting one of the machines so it pounds genitals better is downright inspiring. They customize their rides with such regularity that I’m curious why our country keeps complaining about a shortage of female engineers.

Oh, did you think the apple corer was an exaggeration? Bless your heart.

Not a single one of them is an off-the-shelf masturbator. They all put a lot of man hours into tricking out a machine they can never, ever show off. But easily the most surprising takeaway from these reviews is the staggering amount of care owners put into their sex toy before each individual use. Their patience threshold is enviable. I don’t want to speak for everyone reading this, but spending an hour greasing pistons and tightening bolts when you’re ready to have sex right now sounds infinitely more frustrating than just finding a willing human to slap against.

I have never planned anything as far in advance as these people have planned to hump an electric dildo saw. It seems like there should be some sort of rule that masturbation aids never require you to pour in more maintenance than an actual relationship.

There’s a Weird, Sexy Standoff Between Tool Purists and the People Who Repurpose Them for Sex

The tool pictured above is called a reciprocating saw adapter. It allows woodworkers carpenters, and home improvement specialists to attach different blades, sanders, files, and brushes to a reciprocating saw, essentially turning one tool into about six. Now look at the related items section:

Naturally, the limitless power of the human imagination has ensured that for everything in the world that rumbles, thrusts, or spins, someone has figured out how to fuck it. Each earnest review on the adapter’s product page about how great it was at removing kitchen grout is buried under five more reviews of how hard it made someone cum. The poor tool purists try their hardest to ignore the sex toy reviews, like they’re hoping that if no one says anything, the perverts might all just dissolve into the ether like a fart. The only hint that the carpenters know their favorite tool has been sexually usurped is in the emphatic way they mention the home improvement project they are working on, lest someone mistake them for the kind of person who would wrap their genitals around a reciprocating saw.

It’s so important to that guy that you know he used this tool for cleaning grout that he says it four times in one paragraph. But the sex toy enthusiasts hate being ignored. They’ve started penning subtly erotic reviews in the hopes of tricking some simple handyman into agreeing that it was helpful.

And then there are some reviews that have passed so far through the ceiling-mounted looking glass that their tone is impossible to discern. Either they are comedic geniuses, or they are suffering from sitcom levels of obliviousness.

They Are Surprisingly Cagey About Human Relationships

 

For a group of people who have no problem hiking up their metaphorical skirts and exposing all of their deepest crotch secrets to Internet strangers, they sure are bashful about divulging their relationship status. This is not a hobby group that likes to be tied down (figuratively). They steer clear of labels like “boyfriend” or “wife” and opt instead for weird, clunky names for the person who presumably stands in the room watching their significant other pounded senseless by a steel robot.

After reading so many of these, even “partner” sounds strangely intimate. I like to imagine the person writing that review agonized for half an hour on whether “sexual associate” wouldn’t be more accurate. And for some sex machine enthusiasts, putting any label at all on the condition of the relationship is unthinkable. Instead, they just leave the noun out completely like it was all just too much work to think about. This happens with such regularity it’s hard to believe it’s a mistake.


It all feels like a secret language only they speak and no one ever acknowledges it out loud, because, let’s be honest, no one outside the community spends 12 hours reading sex machine reviews hunting for patterns. It seems more likely that they’ve been waiting for me all this time, burying clues for me to find like some sort of lascivious Moriarty. It would certainly explain why they all spell “heed” as “head” with absolutely no indication they realize their own sexual pun.

Some of Them Should Probably See a Doctor


I know we are all built differently, and those sensitivities vary from person to person, but I’m genuinely concerned that some of the reviewers might be pounding themselves into paralysis. They engineered vibrating monstrosities out of pneumatic tools and flew too close to the sun aboard their flying/fucking contraptions, I’m sure of it.

The machines they are discussing, by the way, are essentially sexualized jackhammers. It’s not a feathery tickle that these people can’t feel — it is a rubbery nightstick that strikes at 150 thrusts a minute. I don’t think a problem this massive can be solved by throwing money at Amazon.com. I think only hospitals know how to deal with someone who is this dead from the waist down.

Also, here’s a tip for all you ladies, and I’ll leave you with this: If you start a conversation with me with the words, “I’m a woman who can take a beating,” I am immediately afraid of you. You have cracked a door into the terrifying, haunted trauma house of your life and then immediately shut it, leaving me to guess at everything inside. Call me prudish, but I will never be able to give you what you want because we walk different sexual paths, you and I. And that’s absolutely fine, but I will do my best to never end up in a room alone with you.

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Times Bacon Lovers Took It Too Far

Some crazy bacon items someone actually thought were a good idea.

Bacon is amazing, but these products walk the line between bad and disturbing.

Times Bacon Lovers Took It Too Far  1 ~Bacon Soda.  A terrible play on words and this is not what anyone meant when they said “I want bacon and eggs.”

Times Bacon Lovers Took It Too Far 2~ Bacon deodorant. Keep bacon out of your armpits. I love the smell of fresh cooked bacon, but bacon and armpit sweat, no thanks.

Times Bacon Lovers Took It Too Far 3~ Bacon Choco Taco. Now here is one that I actually think was a good idea. Everything taste better with bacon.

Times Bacon Lovers Took It Too Far 4~ Bacon soap. You’ll smell so good people will want to eat you. I don’t know if it actually makes you smell like bacon, but soap can be made from just about any kind of fat. And I don’t know about you, but I am not paying $14.00 for a bar of soap.

Times Bacon Lovers Took It Too Far 5~ Bacon scarf. Neck wrapped bacon is apparently the new fashion trend for those with grandma’s that have to much time on their hands.

Times Bacon Lovers Took It Too Far 6~ Bacon formula. Great business model, hook them while they’re young. Besides, even babies love bacon!

Times Bacon Lovers Took It Too Far 7~ Bacon flavored lube. For all those nights when you feel like getting sensual with bacon. Not sure that’s the experience I am looking for when going down….

Times Bacon Lovers Took It Too Far 8~ Bacon bandages. Because your wound already didn’t look enough like bacon. Plus a free prize… seriously, even bacon lovers need to be enticed to buy these.

Times Bacon Lovers Took It Too Far 9~ Bacon mints. Good old Uncle Oinker and his bacon breath. That’s so much better than your coffee breathe.

Times Bacon Lovers Took It Too Far 10~ Bacon condoms. Has there ever been a better slogan than “Make your meat, look like meat”? If you are thinking of buying these, I suggest you seek help.

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Recall of Santa…

Santa deplaning Fat Albert

Recall of Santa Claus……. 

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY – 
The Department of the Navy issued orders today to ADM S. Clause, recalling him to active duty, with a report date of 24 Dec 18. 
A reservist, with 1,742 years of service, this Naval Aviator specializes in vertical delivery of high-value items. He is flight deck and carrier qualified. He is also a Public Affairs Specialist. 
Also recalled, were LCDR Dasher, Master Chief Dancer, Senior Chief Prancer, LT Vixen, CDR Comet, Chaplain (LCDR) Cupid, PO1 Donner, and PO1 Blitzen, an Individual Augmentee from the Naval Reserve. Ensign Rudolph is also authorized to report for duty; however, he must first successfully complete Carrier Qual training, which he has failed three times. 
Although the above troops are on orders for only 24 hours, it is anticipated that they will submit a travel claim for 24,901 miles at .56/mile, using a POV. Suitable Government transportation is not available. 
As a special operations unit, each member is granted a high level of uniform flexibility, as well as relaxed grooming standards. Per diem has been modified to include large quantities of hot cocoa and cookies. 
Go Navy! 
…and Mega Merry Christmas! 
P.S. – Let’s ALL remember the men and women of our Armed Forces, as they serve in far away lands during this Christmas Season. (Stolen from Mark Agler)

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Best Muscle Cars

Because it is a genre that enthusiasts are passionate about,you are bound to generate some criticism when compiling a list of the seven greatest muscle cars of all time.

Some enthusiasts trace the history of muscle cars to the 1949 Oldsmobile Rocket 88. But the heyday of this genre ran from 1965 to 1970 before collapsing under the weight of higher gas prices, more stringent exhaust emissions regulations and soaring insurance costs.

What is a muscle car? There isn’t a settled definition, but most experts agree it’s a smaller, two-door car powered by a high-displacement engine typically found in a larger, full-size sedan.

Some argue that pony cars, such as the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro, aren’t muscle cars at all, but for this list, we chose not to make that distinction.Manufacturers engineered muscle cars for straight-line speed, inspiring more than an occasional Saturday night drag race between traffic lights. Neither built nor sold in huge numbers, muscle cars were bait, luring buyers into showrooms where they would purchase more mundane models. Yet, the muscle-car mystique lives on. Here’s our list in model-year order.

1967 Pontiac GTO


Purists not tracing the era of muscle cars to the 1949 Oldsmobile Rocket 88 typically mark its beginning with the 1964 GTO. Skirting a General Motors ban against putting big engines — any engine larger than 330 cubic inches — into small cars, Pontiac sneaked a 389-cubic-inch V-8 into its Tempest as an option called the GTO in 1964, according to Motor Trend.com. Response was so huge that the car won over GM execs, paving the way for a stable of Chevrolet, Oldsmobile, Buick and Pontiac muscle cars.Because of its historic value, the 1965 version could represent GTO on this list, but 1967 marked the first full model year of availability of ram air through a functional hood scoop on the GTO. It was a 400-cubic-inch V-8, delivering 360 horsepower.

1968 Plymouth Road Runner Hemi

Forget the niceties. Plymouth wanted a bare-knuckle, muscle-car fighter.

With all the subtlety of a jar of nitroglycerin, the Plymouth Road Runner Hemi was pure explosive brawn. It’s one of the all-time great performance-car names. With a 425-horsepower, 426-cubic-inch Hemi V-8 engine, the Road Runner struck fear into the hearts of the Saturday night country-road, drag-racing crowd.Before unleashing the first Road Runner in 1968,Plymouth licensed the Road Runner name and likeness from Warner Brothers. It went a step further in capitalizing on the cartoon character’s speedy image by developing a horn sound imitating the cartoon bird’s “beep-beep.”

1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429

The Mustang Boss 429 is what you get when a car maker needs to meet NASCAR regulations. Fewer than 1,400 were built between 1969 and 1970,making the Boss 429 a rare bird indeed.

Enjoying a big-dog reputation, the Boss 429 wasn’t a giant killer right out of the box. Its 429-cubic-inch V-8 engine delivered 375-horsepower, not shabby but dwarfed by others on this list.What makes it truly notable is that it was basically hand-built. Because the engine wouldn’t fit in a standard Mustang without extensive modifications, Ford farmed out its assembly to Michigan-based Kar Kraft. In appearance, very little distinguished the Boss 429 other than a hood scoop and trunk-mounted spoiler.

1969 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1

Today’s Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 is named for the legendary 1969 Camaro ZL1, and for good reason. With fewer than 70 ever built, the ’69 ZL1 not only had the most powerful Chevrolet engine offered to the public for decades, it’s the rarest production car Chevrolet ever made, bumping the price to $7,200. Based on Chevrolet’s iconic 427 V-8 engine, the ZL power plant had an aluminum block in place of the regular 427’s iron one –the first such Chevy production engine. Although it was officially rated at the regular 427’s 430 horsepower, most independent testers pegged the output as being much higher.

1970 Buick GSX Stage 1

When Buick entered the muscle-car market, it was among the most luxurious of the brands, and some of the most powerful.

The GSX appearance package, first available for the 1970 Gran Sport 455, abandoned Buick’s traditional, more dignified branding with a rear spoiler and body striping. Of the 687 GSXs built, 488 were ordered with the Stage 1 upgrade.

First appearing as an option on the 1965 Skylark (as well as the Riviera and Wildcat lines), Gran Sport became a separate nameplate in 1967.By 1970, a 455-cubic-inch V-8 engine powered the Gran Sport. It produced a hefty 510 pounds-foot of torque. Those with Stage 1 tuning and engine tweaks delivered 360 horsepower to the rear wheels. There were quicker competitors, but the GSX truly was unique.

1970 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda

A variety of six- and eight-cylinder engines powered the 1970 Plymouth Barracuda, but the big dog of the bunch was armed with the dual-carburetor, 426-cubic-inch Hemi that whipped up 425 horsepower. The Hemi ‘Cuda could certainly go toe to toe with the era’s top-tier muscle cars, as the car maker gave its muscle cars a suspension tailored to heavy-metal acceleration.com.The Barracuda originally was based on the Valiant. But with a 1970 redesign, the Barracuda finally shifted away from the Valiant’s design.Plymouth produced a limited number of the Hemi ‘Cudas, which are highly prized today. Opting for the Hemi V-8 engine boosted the purchase price. A shaker hood, featuring an air intake mounted on top of the engine’s air cleaner that protrudes through a hole in the hood, was standard on the Hemi ‘Cuda.

1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454

Many consider 1970 to be the apex of the muscle-car era, and the Chevelle SS 454 is a weighty piece of evidence for that argument. Chevrolet offered two versions of the 454-cubic-inch V-8. The LS5 generated a very impressive 360 horsepower, while the LS6 punched out a whopping 450 ponies. It’s the LS6 version, with its Holley four-barrel carburetor, that put the SS 454 on this list. No other muscle car would equal the horsepower wallop of the 1970 SS 454. It was the last great gasp of the muscle-car era.

Not only could the SS 454 blow the doors off most of its competitors, it looked good doing it. Chevelle’s swept-back roof line provided the illusion of speed, even when idle. A bulged hood was part of the design, alerting passers-by that something really special was happening under it.

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The Dark side of Abby (NCIS)

Pauley Perrette aka Abby of NCIS and the Darkest outfits wore on the show.

The rest of the NCIS team look great and all, but they’re just not on Abby’s level.

Two topknots and gorgeous lace gloves? Yes, please, Abby!

Knee-high socks complete with back bows take this look into the fashion stratosphere.

Don’t let the sweet Peter Pan collar fool you. Abby’s outfit here is 100% black magic. 

Abby knows how to add just the right amount of edge to this adorable look.

Seriously. She has costumes in the bag. 

This is how Abby Sciuto does “festive.”

Even when Abby tones it down, she looks incredible. Her glamour is effortless!

Abby’s style is so coveted that NCIS fans from all around are dressing up just like her.  And why not? She knows what she’s doing.

Looking to add this chic piece to your own wardrobe?

Only Abby could pull off a look like this. Also, those ruffled knee-highs are perfection!

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7 of the Best Muscle cars ever

7 of the Best Muscle cars ever 1~ 1967 Pontiac GTO Because it is a genre that enthusiasts are passionate about, you are bound to generate some criticism when compiling a list of the seven greatest muscle cars of all time.Some enthusiasts trace the history of muscle cars to the 1949 Oldsmobile Rocket 88. But the heyday of this genre ran from 1965 to 1970 before collapsing under the weight of higher gas prices, more stringent exhaust emissions regulations and soaring insurance costs.What is a muscle car? There isn’t a settled definition, but most experts agree it’s a smaller, two-door car powered by a high-displacement engine typically found in a larger, full-size sedan.Some argue that pony cars, such as the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro, aren’t muscle cars at all, but for this list, we chose not to make that distinction.Manufacturers engineered muscle cars for straight-line speed, inspiring more than an occasional Saturday night drag race between traffic lights. Neither built nor sold in huge numbers, muscle cars were bait, luring buyers into showrooms where they would purchase more mundane models. Yet, the muscle-car mystique lives on. Here’s our list in model-year order.Purists not tracing the era of muscle cars to the 1949 Oldsmobile Rocket 88 typically mark its beginning with the 1964 GTO. Skirting a General Motors ban against putting big engines — any engine larger than 330 cubic inches — into small cars, Pontiac sneaked a 389-cubic-inch V-8 into its Tempest as an option called the GTO in 1964, according to MotorTrend.com. Response was so huge that the car won over GM execs, paving the way for a stable of Chevrolet, Oldsmobile, Buick and Pontiac muscle cars.Because of its historic value, the 1965 version could represent GTO on this list, but 1967 marked the first full model year of availability of ram air through a functional hood scoop on the GTO. It was a 400-cubic-inch V-8, delivering 360 horsepower.

1967 Pontiac GTO

7 of the Best Muscle cars ever 2~ 1968 Plymouth Roadrunner Hemi Forget the niceties. Plymouth wanted a bare-knuckle, muscle-car fighter.With all the subtlety of a jar of nitroglycerin, the Plymouth Road Runner Hemi was pure explosive brawn. It’s one of the all-time great performance-car names. With a 425-horsepower, 426-cubic-inch Hemi V-8 engine, the Road Runner struck fear into the hearts of the Saturday night country-road, drag-racing crowd.Before unleashing the first Road Runner in 1968, Plymouth licensed the Road Runner name and likeness from Warner Brothers. It went a step further in capitalizing on the cartoon character’s speedy image by developing a horn sound imitating the cartoon bird’s “beep-beep.”

1968 Plymouth Roadrunner Hemi

7 of the Best Muscle cars ever 3~ 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 The Mustang Boss 429 is what you get when a carmaker needs to meet NASCAR regulations. Fewer than 1,400 were built between 1969 and 1970, making the Boss 429 a rare bird indeed.Enjoying a big-dog reputation, the Boss 429 wasn’t a giant killer right out of the box. Its 429-cubic-inch V-8 engine delivered 375-horsepower, not shabby but dwarfed by others on this list.What makes it truly notable is that it was basically hand-built. Because the engine wouldn’t fit in a standard Mustang without extensive modifications, Ford farmed out its assembly to Michigan-based Kar Kraft. In appearance, very little distinguished the Boss 429 other than a hood scoop and trunk-mounted spoiler.

1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429

7 of the Best Muscle cars ever 4~ 1969 Chevy Camaro ZL1 Today’s Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 is named for the legendary 1969 Camaro ZL1, and for good reason. With fewer than 70 ever built, the ’69 ZL1 not only had the most powerful Chevrolet engine offered to the public for decades, it’s the rarest production car Chevrolet ever made, bumping the price to $7,200, according to HowStuffWorks.com.Based on Chevrolet’s iconic 427 V-8 engine, the ZL power plant had an aluminum block in place of the regular 427’s iron one — the first such Chevy production engine. Although it was officially rated at the regular 427’s 430 horsepower, most independent testers pegged the output as being much higher.

1969 Chevy Camaro ZL1

7 of the Best Muscle cars ever 5~ 1970 Buick GSX Stage 1 When Buick entered the muscle-car market, it was among the most luxurious of the brands, and some of the most powerful.The GSX appearance package, first available for the 1970 Gran Sport 455, abandoned Buick’s traditional, more dignified branding with a rear spoiler and body striping. Of the 687 GSXs built, 488 were ordered with the Stage 1 upgrade, according to HowStuffWorks.com.First appearing as an option on the 1965 Skylark (as well as the Riviera and Wildcat lines), Gran Sport became a separate nameplate in 1967. By 1970, a 455-cubic-inch V-8 engine powered the Gran Sport. It produced a hefty 510 pounds-foot of torque. Those with Stage 1 tuning and engine tweaks delivered 360 horsepower to the rear wheels. There were quicker competitors, but the GSX truly was unique.

1970 Buick GSX Stage 1

7 of the Best Muscle cars ever 6~ 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda’ A variety of six- and eight-cylinder engines powered the 1970 Plymouth Barracuda, but the big dog of the bunch was armed with the dual-carburetor, 426-cubic-inch Hemi that whipped up 425 horsepower. The Hemi ‘Cuda could certainly go toe to toe with the era’s top-tier muscle cars, as the carmaker gave its muscle cars a suspension tailored to heavy-metal acceleration, according to HowStuffWorks.com.The Barracuda originally was based on the Valiant. But with a 1970 redesign, the Barracuda finally shifted away from the Valiant’s design. Plymouth produced a limited number of the Hemi ‘Cudas, which are highly prized today.Opting for the Hemi V-8 engine boosted the purchase price. A shaker hood, featuring an air intake mounted on top of the engine’s air cleaner that protrudes through a hole in the hood, was standard on the Hemi ‘Cuda.

1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda'

7 of the Best Muscle cars ever 7~ 1970 Chevy Chevelle SS 454 Many consider 1970 to be the apex of the muscle-car era, and the Chevelle SS 454 is a weighty piece of evidence for that argument. Chevrolet offered two versions of the 454-cubic-inch V-8. The LS5 generated a very impressive 360 horsepower, while the LS6 punched out a whopping 450 ponies. It’s the LS6 version, with its Holley four-barrel carburetor, that put the SS 454 on this list. No other muscle car would equal the horsepower wallop of the 1970 SS 454, according to HowThingsWork.com. It was the last great gasp of the muscle-car era.Not only could the SS 454 blow the doors off most of its competitors, it looked good doing it. Chevelle’s swept-back roof line provided the illusion of speed, even when idle. A bulged hood was part of the design, alerting passers-by that something really special was happening under it.

1970 Chevy Chevelle SS 454


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Ways to Keep Cool if Stranded in the Heat!

The Importance of keeping cool and hydrated could mean the difference between life and death! If you end up off grid make sure to keep your cool.

1~ Desert

We have compiled a list of useful tips and facts about extreme heat you may not have known… We suggest everyone read this!

Desert

2~ Sun

Getting too hot can make you sick. You can become ill from the heat if your body can’t compensate for it and properly cool you off. Heat exposure can even kill you: it caused 7,233 heat-related deaths in the United States from 1999 to 2009.

Sun

3~ Heat waves

Main things affecting your body’s ability to cool itself during extremely hot weather: High humidity. When the humidity is high, sweat won’t evaporate as quickly, which keeps your body from releasing heat as fast as it may need to. Personal factors. Age, obesity, fever, dehydration, heart disease, mental illness, poor circulation, sunburn, and prescription drug and alcohol use can play a role in whether a person can cool off enough in very hot weather.

Heat waves

4~ Elderly

People at greatest risk for heat-related illness can take the following protective actions to prevent illness or death: People who are at highest risk are the elderly, the very young, and people with chronic diseases or mental illness. Even young and healthy people can get sick from the heat if they participate in strenuous physical activities during hot weather. Air-conditioning is the number one protective factor against heat-related illness and death. If a home is not air-conditioned, people.

Eldely

5~ Hydrate

Take these steps to prevent heat-related illnesses, injuries, and deaths during hot weather: Stay in an air-conditioned indoor location as much as possible. Drink plenty of fluids even if you don’t feel thirsty. Schedule outdoor activities carefully. Wear loose, lightweight, light-colored clothing and sunscreen. Pace yourself. Take cool showers or baths to cool down. Check on a friend or neighbor and have someone do the same for you.

Hydrate

6~ Cooling

When you go off grid things get to be more difficult. There will not likely be the A/C we have grown accustomed to. So make a swamp cooler.

Cooling

7~ Life straw

Be prepared to purify water. Water is the key to preventing heat stroke.

Life straw

8~ Cooling towel

Add a cool towel to your bug out bag.Mission Athletic makes products that you can wet(any water) and actually cools regardless of water temp.

Cooling towel

9~ Heat stroke

Always know how to treat someone who does overheat.

Heat stroke

10~ Planning

Plan strenuous activities for the cooler hours of the day.

Planning

11~ Sweat

And remember fewer clothes is not the answer to keeping cool. Our clothes hold moisture which keeps us cool.

Sweat

 

 


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People With Unfortunate Names

These people’s names maybe unlucky and unfortunate, but come on, there’s some perks we guess to names like this. Why wouldn’t a school want to hire “Moe Lester” and which female wouldn’t want to go out with “Willie Stroker?” Also, which retail chain wouldn’t want to employ “Kash Register”. Jokes a side, we totally need to befriend “Chris P. Bacon”. That guy is just winning at life!

People With Unfortunate Names 1~ Moe Lester

Moe Lester

People With Unfortunate Names 2~ General Arse Biscuites

General Arse Biscuites

People With Unfortunate Names 3~ Dr. Whet Faarts

Dr. Whet Faarts

People With Unfortunate Names 4~ Chris P. Bacon

Chris P. Bacon

People With Unfortunate Names 5~ Steve Sharts

Steve Sharts

People With Unfortunate Names 6~ Kash Register

Kash Register

People With Unfortunate Names 7~ Batman Bin Suparman

Batman Bin Suparman

People With Unfortunate Names 8~ Phat Ho

Phat Ho

People With Unfortunate Names 9~ Willie Stroker

Willie Stroker

People With Unfortunate Names 10~ Heath Cockburn

Heath Cockburn

 


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