Thursday, June 24, 2021

Cashing in on her own stupidity

A Louisiana woman who went viral after mistakenly using Gorilla Glue in place of hair spray has launched her own hair care line. 

Tessica Brown, famously known as "Gorilla Glue Girl," introduced Forever Hair on Wednesday. She says the line of products are made up of "all natural" ingredients that helped her hair grow back.

Crushed by a Whopper


One overdose, two deaths

PORTLAND TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – According to the Sumner County Sheriff’s Office Monday, a 15-month-old found inside a Portland home back in February died from starvation and hypertonic dehydration. This will be an update to a report we brought you back in February when a probation officer made a grim discovery during a “home visit” in Portland. 

According to the Sumner County Sheriff’s Office, on February 9th, 2021 two people were found dead inside the home, 32-year-old Tiffany Spears (mother), and her 15-month-old infant son Nicholas Crowder. A 3-year-old was also found at the home and was treated at a local hospital.


How sad is this?

Dude, don't be a slob

Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Ben Baker: The Legendary Special Forces Logistics Wizard

 Conrad "Ben" Baker served as chief of the Counter Insurgency Support Office and created some of America's most innovative combat equipment. 

VIDEO HERE  (6:10 minutes)

This little video doesn't do the man nor his accomplishments justice.

Godfather of Color Revolutions: Is George Soros the Most Dangerous Man Alive?

Of course you’ve heard the name “George Soros,” often invoked as a sort of folk demon on the American and international right, it’s likely that you have some vague notion of why you think he’s a bad guy, or maybe you think the whole thing is a bunch of hype. 

However, if you’re a freedom lover, there’s nothing “hype” about the influence that George Soros has around the world attacking your freedom. Indeed, you probably vastly underestimate the influence that he has on politics.

What My Dad Taught Me, His Daughter, About Manhood — And Why It Matters

When I read “To Kill A Mockingbird” for the first time — and every time since — I invariably pictured my father as Atticus Finch. It didn’t hurt that he’s a lawyer and looks like Gregory Peck, with glasses, determined features, and dark hair falling over his forehead. But the resemblance was deeper. 

After I read of how Atticus gently sat Scout down on the porch swing and explained our imperfect world to her childish ears, I thought of each time my dad would do the same when I discovered some new hurt or crisis. His explanations of the deep obligations of integrity sounded like the heartfelt lessons in which my dad explained to me the importance of doing what’s right.

For the new AR shooters here


Iron sights have been around as long as powder-actuated weapons and are intuitive to the human brain, yet some new shooters will no doubt have questions on how they developed in recent history and what you should use. The focus of this will be around rifle use, specifically modern sporting rifles, i.e. AR-15 rifles.

And the dumbass is still trying to figure out how he got caught...

MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa — An Iowa man was arrested after trying to get money for numerous grave monument vases and a large, bronze headstone he took to a scrap metal recycler, investigators said.

Wednesday gifdump











Sounds like something the government would do

BROKEN ARROW, Oklahoma - A Green Country business owner says a scammer has been messaging him for days, accusing him of being a pedophile and threatening to take down his business. 

Jeremy George owns Jeremy’s Asphalt, Maintenance, and Striping and says he's terrified just the hint of wrongdoing could destroy the reputation he’s worked years to build.

ATTENTION: Winchester® 9mm Luger 115 grain recall

Olin Winchester, LLC is recalling the following lots of 9mm Luger 115 grain Full Metal Jacket and 115 grain Jacketed Hollow Point pistol ammunition.

Growing Interest in Raising Chickens for Meat

In recent years, the desire to raise meat chickens has increased. There are a few good reasons for this, but one of the most prominent reasons to know where one’s food comes from. 

Others want to sell meat chickens for a profit, and then there are those who enjoy the security of knowing how to raise meat. In other words, raising chickens for meat as a way to become self-sufficient. 

So, how many people are interested in chickens for meat, furthermore, what is the perspective of those raising, and consuming chicken meat in the US? 


Hey, I eat the hell out of chicken - just not my chickens. I'm not that hungry yet.

True dat


Doubling down

BLANCHARDVILLE, WIs. — Two teens are accused of stealing two cars and crashing them early Thursday before robbing a nearby restaurant twice, Wisconsin authorities said.

Your Wednesday Morning Florida Report

PALM COAST, Fla. – A man faces charges after he attacked three people at an AdventHealth hospital in Palm Coast because staff told him that his mother could not accompany him in the ER waiting room, according to the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office. 

Deputies arrested Kory Prusaitis, 25, on Tuesday following the attack at the hospital, according to a news release.

Good Morning


Hey, if Clinton can beat it, so can he

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Former Oklahoma County District Judge Timothy Henderson’s DNA, property and chambers are the center of a new search warrant as the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation continues to investigate sexual assault and misconduct allegations. 

According to the newly unsealed documents , a victim’s testimony led investigators to search Henderson’s chambers with a special light.

Life Goals


"Screw you guys, I'm going home"

(NEXSTAR) – Take this job and McShove it. 

A manager at a McDonald’s in Louisville, Kentucky, allegedly walked off the job earlier this week — and informed customers of the decision with a sign posted to the drive-thru’s speaker. 

“We are closed because I am quitting and I hate this job,” the sign explained, according to a photo shared to social media.