Apparently, there are Dexter action figures out there and Toys ‘R’ Us are selling them. While I have no issues whatsoever about them making action figures of stuff like this (where else would I get half of my awesome sci-fi/video game chotchkies?), but depending where these are in the stores, I might have to almost agree with the parent complaining on this one. I don’t know where they have these in the stores. I don’t have much reason to shop at Toys ‘R’ Us because I don’t have kids, so I couldn’t begin to know how the stores are set up.
If these little Dexters are chillin’ out next to some other, more mature toys (video game figures from M rated games like Halo, sci-fi/horror movies/TV shows, etc.), I don’t see a problem. Now if they have them smack next to the Barbies and Tickle-Me-Elmos, well, then I would have a bit of a problem, too. Sure, you should talk to your kids about what’s real and what’s not, but sometimes I’m sure a parent wants to be able to go somewhere, like a toy store, and only have to deal with the “gimmies.”
I don’t have kids, just to make that clear, and I hate when people bring their kids to places they don’t belong: Concerts, movies, fancy restaurants (when they don’t watch them, let them run around, cry, and generally ruin everyone’s time) or leave them to wreak havoc in retail stores; assuming the employees will babysit.
I’ve dealt with the babysitting crap myself and it really took all I had to not chew the parents a new asshole for dropping their kids off in my store in front of the 360, wii, or PS3 display. Then disappear out the door while the kids would destroy the store until security got there. I didn’t chew them a new one, I let them explain themselves to security and the police as to why they abandoned their child in the store.
However, I do understand that parenting is hard as all hell. It’s not easy to find kid-friendly places to go sometimes, so a toy store is the kind of place a parent would probably feel pretty safe to take their kids. Like I said, the reason I don’t know where these are specifically being displayed is because I don’t look at Toys ‘R’ Us as a grown-up type store, would never think to find anything like a Dexter action figure there, and because of all that, I don’t go there.
So to sum up: If they’re displayed somewhere the kiddos aren’t as likely to see them? Cool. If they’re displayed in a really kid-friendly zone of the store? Uncool.
Parents Videotape Priest Having Sex with Teen Daughter
ALLENTOWN, Pa. (AP) - A Pennsylvania couple secretly videotaped a Roman Catholic priest having sex with their 18-year-old daughter in the basement of their home and are now suing, saying he got her pregnant.
The lawsuit, filed Thursday in Berks County Court, alleges that the Rev. Luis A. Bonilla Margarito carried on a sexual relationship with the teen while he was the chaplain of Reading Central Catholic High School and she was a senior there.
The girl’s parents became suspicious and installed a camera in their basement, where Bonilla and the teen were spending large amounts of time. The camera recorded the couple having sex in November 2009, after she had graduated, according to the suit.
Her parents took the video to the Diocese of Allentown, which removed Bonilla from his dual posts as chaplain and pastor of St. Joseph Church in Reading after he acknowledged an “inappropriate relationship” with the teen, according to a diocesan news release.
Bonilla was sent to a treatment facility, but “continued to have intimate contact with (the teen) during this time period and ultimately impregnated her,” the suit said. She recently gave birth to a girl.
Bonilla, 41, has since left the treatment facility and now lives in Norristown. He could not immediately be reached for comment.
"He has no assignment and he has not functioned as a priest since November," diocesan spokesman Matt Kerr said Friday.
The lawsuit seeks punitive damages for breach of fiduciary duty, infliction of emotional distress and gross negligence. It names as defendants Bonilla, the diocese, the high school, Allentown Bishop John O. Barres, and former Bishop Edward Cullen.
The suit was first reported by the Reading Eagle newspaper.
(Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
Too often it seems, people do the whole “myspace” angle for pictures; all pictures. While I own having done that when forced to take my own pictures and they make cropping easier, I don’t ONLY take those kinds of pictures.
In a recent thread over on another tumblr (most of you know me from there, so we all know what tumblr I’m talking about, lol) the issue of People of Walmart came up and I said that I make sure to be put together so I don’t end up on there! Some commented about how I couldn’t be that bad as to end up on there, and while fairly correct, I noted that one person pointed out that they’ve only ever seen face/head type shots of me.
I don’t lie and I own the fact that I AM overweight/plus sized. I’m not ashamed, it’s just how I look, and it took a lot of fucked up circumstances/mental issues for me to look the way I do now, but why should I hide out in my house all day? Fuck that noise.
I’m not some ogre and *I* know how much I rock, so to hell with the world at large. So, if you click the “read more” link down below, you’ll see full body shots of me taken at various times in the past year. I’m being upfront and unafraid; take me or leave me. If you think I’m some honking ugly monster, that’s your business and opinion; you’re entitled to it. Just don’t comment, simply, “You’re fat,” because, seriously ya’ll, I do own a mirror, my glasses are the correct prescription, and I don’t need for you to overstate the obvious.
I’ve seen quite a few homemade video game and replica movie guns, but these Fallout 3 rifles by Ryan Palser rank right up there with some of the best. Above is his Fallout 3 AER3 laser rifle and below is the A3-21 plasma rifle. They might not actually kill any wasteland freaks, but it might scare them just long enough to make your getaway.
Back in IHC's good old days you posted this article about stealth BJ's. Now my GF is getting used to my gaming and wants to have a read at it.
Any chance of you sending it to me?
After some scrounging around in google for a cached version of it, I am triumphant! I have reposted it just moments ago (The original comment that was turned into a post; not much had been added to it, so it should be the way you remember it! I even brought the sexy ninja pic along for the ride!).
Tell your girl to remember that it’s meant a bit tongue in cheek and hopefully you will have your own geek-sex-ninja in no time! :)
The SBJ or Stealth Blow Job (NSFW language) [IHC Original REPOST]
The SBJ Guidelines - A PSA Submitted by gloomcookie613 on Thu, 11/12/2009 - 19:53.
This is not the exact article as posted on IHC, only the comment originally made which was turned into the IHC original article. It was the only text of it I could pull from a cached file, but I assure you it is the same PSA that was put into the mainpage article. :) Only things I changed for this version are the zillion typos I had found while rereading it.
I suppose it’s PSA time:
Ladies, don’t let your man be less! When he’s reached that critical point in his game, do NOT nag at him to do something ridiculous like watch Lifetime and talk about your cramps. He doesn’t give a shit! (Much like many of you don’t care about his video games, sports, or other hobbies) Instead, make your life easier and better. When you want the attention his pixels are getting, don’t pout and sulk, use your lips for a much greater purpose: The Stealth Blow Job!
May Angels With Orange Cheez Coated Fingers Sing Thee to Thy Rest
How the eff did I miss this?! The inventor of the Cheez Doodle passed away a few days ago! :(( I now has a sad and the munchies for some Cheez Doodles. Tomorrow I shall hit up the grocery store and eat a bag in his honour.
Morrie Yohai, 90, the creator of the crunchy, finger-staining orange snack called Cheez Doodles, died of cancer July 27 at his home in Kings Point, N.Y.
Yohai developed the snack in the 1950s for Old London Foods, based in New York City. The company founded by his father already was selling Dipsy Doodles rippled corn chips, which were made with a machine that spit them out under pressure.
His son Robbie Yohai said his father applied a similar concept for Cheez Doodles, adapting the machine to extrude liquefied cornmeal into a tubular shape. The shapes were then coated with seasoning and cheese.
Talk about thinking on your effing feet, am I right?!:
Thirty-nine-year-old Amy Windom of Grant Park credits her toes for possibly helping to save her life. She’s also grateful for the inspiring stories she has read about paraplegics who were able to do incredible things with their feet. While Ms. Windom is no paraplegic, she did find herself in a bind - literally - after a home invasion robbery, and was able to type her way to freedom with her toes, using her laptop computer to send a distress message to her boyfriend.