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Tanked Episode 259 for Wed Jul. 17, 2013



- Beer/Mixed Drinks

- Weekend Catchup: Rics Trip recap,


- twinkies are back

- Vogue Raptors Only UK site


                                                                                                              Remote Control Beer Delivery for Land and Sea                               


Since man has created beer he has been thinking up more efficient ways to get it to him. We have dreamed of monkey bartenders and elaborate Mouse Trap-like devices to deliver our beer and even remote control vehicles. The Beer Delivering Amphibious RC Car fulfills that last one and can deliver up to four beer bottles or cans over land and sea.

  • Transforms from sea craft to wheeled vehicle

  • On-board water cannon adds a fun twist

  • High-intensity LED blinking navigation lights

  • Independent left and right wheel controls for 360° spins

  • Use the wheel-wells to hold beverages while in land mode

  • Operates on one 9V battery (not included)





Update: Sharknado 2 coming next year! the SyFy hit will have a 2nd coming Twitter and Facebook blew up with talk of Sharknado.


This weekend Pac Rim Comes in 3rd making less then $38M

DM2 won w Grown ups 2 coming in 2nd


This weekend Red 2, RIPD and Turbo.


Comic-Con teasers to begin!

Godzilla poster!

Boondock Saints 3

Troy Duffy talked about BDS3 this week. The release of the Directors cut of 2 is out and he said 3 is on the way. Also talk of a BDS Tv show.

First Teaser Released For HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2


Official Synopsis:

The thrilling second chapter of the epic “How to Train Your Dragon” trilogy brings back the fantastical world of Hiccup and Toothless five years later. While Astrid, Snoutlout and the rest of the gang are challenging each other to dragon races (the island’s new favorite contact sport), the now inseparable pair journey through the skies, charting unmapped territories and exploring new worlds. When one of their adventures leads to the discovery of a secret ice cave that is home to hundreds of new wild dragons and the mysterious Dragon Rider, the two friends find themselves at the center of a battle to protect the peace.



Saving Mr. Banks



Forbes list of top 10 highest paid actors

A cast Iron fortune! Robert Downey Jr named Hollywood's highest paid actor, earning $75 million in the last year

Robert Downey Jr. - $75 Million

Channing Tatum - $60 Million

Hugh Jackman - $55 Million

Mark Wahlberg - $52 Million

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson - $46 Million

Leonardo DiCaprio - $39 Million

Adam Sandler - $37 Million

Tom Cruise - $35 Million

Denzel Washington - $33 Million

Liam Neeson - $32 Million

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*an Oldie but a Goodie 2008

Kazookeylele - Ukulele - The Final Countdown





 Wrong Home Demolished In Fort Worth, Texas                                

David Underwood was having a hard time finding his

house over the weekend.He and his wife were searching

everywhere for the Fort Worth, Tex., property that had

been in their family for years. They thought the home had

vanished -- and they were right, according to KDFW.

The city confirmed Monday that its demolition crews leveled the wrong house.

"We came around Silver Creek looking for the lot and my

wife said, 'David, I think the house is gone,'" Underwood

told the station. "We looked up there and sure enough, it's gone!"

The three-bedroom, ranch style home, which sat on a lake,

was once owned by Underwood's grandmother. It was nearly empty

but not condemned like the house next door --

the house that was actually due to be demolished. Instead,

crews took Underwood's home, valued at $82,000,

which he planned to fix up and move into, the New York

Daily News reports.

All that's left is a cement foundation.

The city's code compliance office confirmed the epic

blunder with an oh-so-apologetic statement to reporters:


On July 12, 2013, contractors demolished the wrong property on Watercress Drive. The property to be demolished should have been 9708 Watercress Dr. The property that was demolished was a vacant structure located at 9716 Watercress Drive.


KDFW reported that Underwood's neighbor tried to alert

city officials when demolition crews showed up at the wrong

doorstep on Friday. Apparently, the warning didn't work.


A similar incident happened in Pittsburgh in 2011, when a man

returned home from the holidays to find that the city

mistakenly tore down his house.

Kimberly Womack Blocks McDonalds Drive-thru, Demands Free Food

A Florida woman was arrested for DUI after allegedly

making a big to-do in a McDonalds drive-thru over two Big Macs.

Kimberly Womack went through the drive-thru at a Mickey D's

in New Port Richey, Fla., early Sunday morning and demanded

two free Big Macs because she wasn't impressed with the ones

she had eaten previously.


When employees told her Big Macs weren't available because

the restaurant was in the middle of breakfast,

she demanded two free Egg McMuffins, reported.


When employees denied that request, Womack, 34, refused to leave.

She sat in her car at the drive-thru window for more than 10 minutes

as more and more cars stacked up behind her, WTSP-TV reported.


When police arrived on the scene, Womack explained

that her rights were being violated. The responding officers said they

smelled alcohol on her breath. A subsequent test showed her blood

alcohol content to be .108, reported.


The suspect also told a deputy she took Klonopin, an anti-anxiety drug,

New Port Richey Patch reported.

Womack was charged with DUI, but released

on her own recognizance.

American man baffles doctors after waking up speaking only SWEDISH

American Michael Boatwright has left doctors baffled

after waking up speaking only SWEDISH.

The 61-year-old had been found unconscious in a California

motel with no memory of his past.

When he opened his eyes in a medical centre he called

himself Johan Ek and spoke just Swedish.


Despite extensive enquiries, police were unable to contact

any relatives or find anything out about Mr Boatwright,

according to the Desert Sun newspaper.

They believe he may have been in the area for a tennis tournament,

though, as he had several rackets on him when he was found.

Mr Boatwrighht, who is said to be in good health, told the paper:

"Sometimes it makes me really sad and sometimes it just makes me

furious about the whole situation and the fact that I don't know anybody,

I don't recognise anybody."