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Tanked Episode 263 for Wed August. 14, 2013

 ANNOUNCEMENTS 

 

- Beer/Mixed Drinks

- Weekend Catchup Scott went to slows

 

That Radio show will be on right after tanked radio tonight! make sure to tune back in to great lakes radio network.



- New doritos locos taco flavor out next week. what is it?

 

This is from NY Daily News

Taco Bell isn't saying what flavor their next Doritos Locos Taco is going to be - but the fast food chain dropped some off in mystery packaging before the Aug. 22 launch across the country.

Their guess? The bright orange shell is the Flamas Doritos flavor, which is their chili-lime flavor. The tacos, which have the same filings at Taco Bell's original hard tacos, have a spicy citrus kick to them and a nearly fluorescent orange shell - the same color as the chips.

 

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/eats/taco-bell-doritos-locos-taco-article-1.1422699#ixzz2bzTd4paU






There was no booze news but i found this...

 

Strange Product NEWS



Is your wang feeling not so fresh? Uh, yeah, probably. That is, after all, the nature of the wang. We cover our dongs in all sorts of layers of polyester, and then expect them not to smell like aged cheddar. With FresHim Dong Deodorant, you can cover up that musty smell and maybe even trick a woman into thinking you're clean.

 

FresHim is a unique deodorant that goes right on your dick. In fact, the directions say: Pull the foreskin back and spray FresHim on the penis. If you don't have a foreskin, you'll spray it directly on your glans.

 

Colorless FresHim smells like a mixture of baby powder and cologne. It's not a bad scent, and it's strong enough that the makers of FresHim claim you can get by on two applications per day. The liquid absorbs into your skin and leaves no greasy or drying residue.

 

The Verdict: FresHim is a good way to freshen up after the shower, before a date or during a long day. It's a tiny bottle that will fit in your pocket or an overnight bag, making for easy use on the go.

 

25 ml.

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 TECH 

  

Magic Lantern RAW video for 7D

 

Ric

Magic Lantern is a program that is used to help maximize the use of Canon cameras. I shoot with the Canon 7D and now ML has been able to get it so that 7D users can shoot Raw video! It may only be 2 Seconds but it’s a start.

 

ML Allows for HDR already. HDR is when you take 2 photos at different exposures and are able to blend them into one amazing photo. Hitting all the lowlights and highlighs of a photo.

RAW vs. JPG  RAW allows for total color control of your image.

 

RAW video will do the exact same thing for users. Allow them the ability adjust each and every level within video. Really hoping that ML will be able to get that software to a point where you can actually shoot full length RAW video files!

 

 

 VIDEO GAMES 

Microsoft Back-peddeling yet again with XBOX ONE

 

In addition to reversing its used game DRM policies for Xbox One, Microsoft has revealed that the console will no longer require Kinect to function. In our latest Ask Microsoft Anything, Xbox Corporate Vice President Marc Whitten revealed that Xbox One owners will be able to use all of the console's core functions regardless of whether the new Kinect sensor is connected. Naturally, many of the tentpole features of the new Kinect, such as player identification, voice commands, etc., will be disabled as a result, but players will still be able to play games and access entertainment content.

 

*extra info:

The news represents yet another significant revision to the company's next-gen strategy. Shortly after E3 in June, Microsoft announced that it had revised its plans to restrict used games and require a constant online connection in order for the Xbox One to function following backlash from the fan community. What remained unclear, however, was whether owners would still be obligated to have the Kinect sensor connected and, perhaps more importantly, what would happen if the peripheral became damaged or ceased to function.

Most importantly, Microsoft's decision to abandon mandatory Kinect connectivity opens the doors for a cheaper, Kinect-free version of the system.





 MOVIES 

 

KICK ASS FRIDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Also we have Jobs starting Ashton Kutcher as former Apple CEO Steve Jobs.

 

Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters falls a bit short. Only $14.6M(Ric saw it) Review

 

Elyisum Wins with $30.5M Scott saw it.

 

Hugh Jackman back for 4 more Wolverine films???

Well he has been offered $100M to return as the Healing super mutant.

 

Mark Walberg says he wants to take over Iron Man/Tony Stark.  

SHOULD Emperor Palpatine return in Star Wars Episode 7? There's a rumor making the rounds that he will - and NOT as a clone.




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 SCIENCE

 

Jetpack Gets Permit To Begin Test Flights


 

A jetpack prototype developed in New Zealand can undergo manned test flights after aviation authorities gave its developers a flying permit.

    The chief executive of Martin Aircraft said the certification was a significant milestone in the development of the jetpack, which the company hopes to start selling next year.

    "For us it's a very important step because it moves it out of what I call a dream into something which I believe we're now in a position to commercialise and take forward very quickly," Peter Coker said.

 

The company hopes to start rolling out some models next year

    Inventor Glenn Martin began working on the jetpack in his Christchurch garage more than 30 years ago, inspired by childhood television shows such as Thunderbirds and Lost in Space.

    He aimed to create a jetpack suitable for everyday use by ordinary people with no specialist pilot training.

    His jetpack consists of a pair of cylinders containing propulsion fans attached to a free-standing carbon-fibre frame.

    The pilot backs into the frame, straps himself in and controls the wingless jetpack with two joysticks.

    The jetpack comes with a rocket-propelled parachute if anything goes wrong.

    The company has been fine-tuning the prototype to turn it into an aircraft that is safe and easy to use.

    The latest prototype, the P12, incorporated huge design improvements over earlier versions.

    "Changing the position of the jetpack's ducts has resulted in a quantum leap in performance over the previous prototype, especially in terms of the aircraft's manoeuvrability," Mr Coker said.

The jetpack comes with a rocket-propelled parachute

    The company is preparing a specialised version of the jetpack designed for the military and first-responder emergency crews such as firefighters.

    That should be ready for delivery by mid-2014, it says.

    A simpler model aimed at the general public is expected to be on the market in 2015.

A pair of cylinders are attached to a carbon-fibre frame

    The price of your own personal flying machine is estimated at $150,000-250,000 (£97,000 to £160,000), although Mr Coker said the cost was likely to come down over time.

    The experimental flight permit issued by the New Zealand Civil Aviation allows someone to pilot the aircraft.

    But the test flights are subject to strict safety requirements.

    They are not allowed any higher than 20ft (six metres) above the ground and are limited to areas over uninhabited land.



 

 ODD NEWS 

 Canine Furry Makes Special Delivery to Cat


                       

Ryan Tannenholz is charged with crimes against nature and cruelty to an animal.                                                    

                       

An Idaho man was arrested Thursday after police say he sexually penetrated a cat on more than one occasion.

Ryan Havens Tannenholz, 28 -- a self-described "furry" who dresses up as a dog he calls Bubblegum Husky -- is charged with six counts of crimes against nature, and one count of cruelty to an animal, the Idaho Statesman reported.

Police say the Boise man abused the cat multiple times between January 2012 and January 2013. It's unclear how they learned about the Tannenholz's alleged actions, but an arrest warrant was issued for him in late July.

“It just means that at this point was the time when they had probable cause to do the arrest,” Deputy Prosecutor Cathy Guzman told the Statesman.

Online Furry News Magazine Flayrah reports that Tannenholz was a member of the furry fandom community. According to the website, Tannenholz was a "fursuiter" who portrayed himself as a "sparkly" husky, a blue fox named Kismet fox, and another purple canine.

While some commenters on the Flayrah article argue that publicizing rare cases like Tannenholz's gives furries a bad rap, others that it's better for the furry community to acknowledge these kinds of incidents.

 

*Flayrah, a furry news blog, posted a list of Tannenholz fursuit alter-egos, including a black-and-white husky named Bubblegum, a blue fox named Kismet, and an unnamed purple canine.

HuffPo

-I Blame Idaho

 

DUMB LAWS



SPLIT THAT DICK

 

EDINBURG, Texas (CN) - A man's penis split open when a Thank You Nurses employee removed a catheter from him before deflating it, the patient claims in court.

    Cruz Ramirez and his wife sued Thank You Nurses Limited in Hidalgo County Court. Cruz Ramirez claims Thank You Nurses was giving him medical care at home while he recovered from surgery.

    "Part of this care involved the removal of a catheter device from his penis," the complaint states. "Defendant's employee negligently failed to properly deflate the device before removal. As a result, when the device was removed from plaintiff's penis, he suffered grave and serious injury.

    "In effect, plaintiff's penis was split open."

    Ramirez claim the "severe laceration of the penis" left him prone to urinary tract infections and caused him to lose "the ability to engage in marital relations."

    Thank You Nurses Limited declined to comment Wednesday.

    The Cruzes seek actual and exemplary damages for medical negligence.

    They are represented by Jose G. Rivas of McAllen.