Hi, I'm Rona...and I'm pretty random. I blurt out things that come to mind. Sometimes funny, sometimes serious. Tune in to find out what I mean. Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Samuel L. Jackson is a bada$$
by Rona Rona,posted Jun 7 2012 6:35AM
I saw the story below about Samuel L. Jackson. I kept trying to find the right way to say on the air that he's a bada$$. I try really hard not to cuss on the air (for fear of losing my job). :) Anyway. He is totally bada$$!
SAMUEL L. JACKSON IS A TV MOGUL IN THE NEW ROBOCOP_ The latest addition to the cast of the remake of RoboCop is Samuel L. Jackson, who will play a character named Pat Novak. The description makes him sound like an updated version of Bixby Snyder, the Benny Hill-inspired "I'd buy that for a dollar!" TV personality from the original film. Jackson's character is described as "a charismatic TV mogul and a powerful force in the Robocop world."
I read this story of a senior prank that just cracked me up...(sticking with the Samuel L. Jackson theme...). This is different than Snakes on a Plane. It's Goats on a Roof!Read on.
Goats Removed From High School Roof Police in Connecticut said they do not know the origins of four goats placed atop a high school roof in an apparent senior prank. Simsbury police and firefighters said they were called to Simsbury High School after the custodian noticed the goats on the roof around 6 a.m. yesterday. Investigators said they are hoping a tag on one of the animals will lead them to the owner.
After reading that story, I thought about some of the best senior pranks ever played. I came across a few that were good from Buzzfeed.com. (some of them are just annoying and the videos are just dumb)
Have you ever heard anything so ridiculous as this?....shin kicking? Really?
Shin-Kicking Championships The judge of the Shin-kicking Championships in Britain said the sport is about more than just two men kicking each other below the knees. James Wiseman, who judged this year’s Shin-kicking Championships at the Cotswold Olimpicks, an event held in Chipping Camden, England, on-and-off since the 1600s, said the event is similar to wrestling. Wiseman said, “The easiest ways to describe it is it’s a bit like wrestling but with a lot of contact below the knees. The idea is really to throw the person to the ground, but to throw the person to the ground you’ve got to unbalance by kicking them first.” The winner of this year’s event was Zac Warren, 23, of Pershaw, England.