Friday, July 4, 2014


This issue is all about babes exploring the 7 different types of intelligence and celebrating America's Birthday with beer


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All hail the Red, White and Blue!

Not all chemicals are bad. Without chemicals such as hydrogen and oxygen, for example, there would be no way to make water, a vital ingredient in beer. - Dave Barry

Historically, the purveyance of beer was the exclusive work of women. In the ancient world there was a law making it illegal for men to make or sell beer. Moving into the Middle Ages brewing was just another chore considered to be women’s work. 
So what changed? Well the Industrial Revolution mechanized and ultimately commoditized the manufacture of beer and now brewing has became the sole domain of men.

 When women once again found a role in the beer world it was not in an enviable or equitable position. As the craft beer scene began to take root many women, previously alienated from the beer market, once again picked up their steins and said me too! Now, women drink an impressive 25% of the beer sold in the United States and this percentage only continues to rise.

Fourth of July is the biggest holiday of the year for big beer companies, but craft beer companies have plenty to celebrate.

The Church of Beerintology


Bengali Butternut BBQ Sauce has a slow, warm heat and a kick that becomes even more to savor when you discover that it was concocted by something that has no taste buds.  Cognitive computers (supercomputer Watson) from IBM Research modeled quintillions of recipes based on thousands of ingredient combinations to predict what new tastes people would find surprising and delicious. And voilà!


Clever red, white and blue birthday cake for America

Hey everybody, it’s Olivia Munn’s birthday! 

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Olivia Munn TOPLESS!

There was once a time not that long ago, where Olivia Munn’s primary objective was using her assets to heal the adolescent wounds of nerds everywhere with GIFs and copious amounts of cosplay. It was truly a glorious era and exactly what we’re celebrating today:

According to recent research, women are smarter than men. For the first time in 100 years of IQ testing, psychologists have discovered that female scores are higher than males. Since IQ testing began, men have always been ahead by as much as 5 points. Many psychologists suggested that this may be due to a “genetic” difference between men and women.  IQ tests have been raising over the years for both men and women, due to our brains adapting to the modern world. 

Celebrities With Surprisingly High IQs

Body and Movement Intelligence

A person strong in this area is good with sports and movement. They often talk with their hands, like to build things, clown around in class, have great balance, and are good at a variety of sports.

Joanne "Jo" Rowling, pen names J. K. Rowling and Robert Galbraith, is a British novelist best known as the author of the Harry Potter fantasy series.

Linguistic and Verbal Intelligence

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The hottest names of twentieth-century literature in their shorts or underpants.

A person strong in this area is good with words. They are often good at writing, reading, and talking about things. This group often includes writers, poets, lawyers and public speakers.

Grammar is the logic of speech, even as logic is the grammar of reason. - R. C. Trench

Logical and Mathematical Intelligence

A person strong in this area is good with math and logic problems. They often enjoy solving mysteries, reading about scientific discoveries, and like to figure out how things work. They are also usually good with computers and a variety of other gadgets.

In A Beautiful Mind (full version), her biography of the mathematician John Nash, Sylvia Nasar describes a visit Nash received from a fellow mathematician while institutionalized at McLean Hospital. “How could you, a mathematician, a man devoted to reason and logical truth,” the colleague asked, “believe that extraterrestrials are sending you messages? How could you believe that you are being recruited by aliens from outer space to save the world?” To which Nash replied: “Because the ideas I had about supernatural beings came to me the same way that my mathematical ideas did. So I took them seriously.”

Spatial Intelligence

A person strong in this area is good with pictures and images. They are often good at putting puzzles together. They appreciate art and photography, like to draw or doodle, notice details, prefer geometry over algebra, and are good at directions.

Lets fiddle about with Vanessa Mae 

EPIC WIN:Street Performer Plays AC/DC's
 'Thunderstruck'with flaming bagpipes

Musical Intelligence

A person strong in this area is good with music and rhythm. They can often read music, remember old songs, notice patterns, and can naturally figure out how to play a tune on an instrument.

Interpersonal Intelligence

A person strong in this area is good with people. They are good listeners, can read body language, hate injustice, can see through people who aren't being honest, hurt when others hurt, enjoy deep conversations, and often reach out to others who are hurting. Educators, counselors, salespeople, religious and political leaders all need a well-developed interpersonal intelligence.

Bert the Mensa Chicken rocks the Hobby Lobby debate

Intrapersonal Intelligence

A person strong in this area is good at analyzing things. They often think a lot and are highly aware of their strengths and weaknesses. They also often keep a journal and think deeply about life. 

The writer Kurt Vonnegut came from a family with a long history of mental illness and exceptional creativity.

A leading neuroscientist who has spent decades studying creativity shares her research on where genius comes from, whether it is dependent on high IQ—and why it is so often accompanied by mental illness. (good comments)


"INCOMING!" - James the Reaganite 

Super Friends of the 1970s

Best of the Web by Proof Positive

The Black Mailer Dude has a thing for Jennifer Lawrence

Wombat Rule 5 - Air Cooled

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NSFW Fred Dude, king of cool blogging

Glenn Dude at Instapundit with American style links

Some excerpts from journal and newspaper articles from the 1976 and 1991 coups. Each coup in Thailand is different and there are many factors involved, but there are a number of themes that are repeated over time.

Have sex with your iPad thanks to the new sex toy 

There are contradictions surrounding the fishy story 
of Edward Snowden's escape, it's clear that the true story has not yet been told

Some History in color

FBI files of important people throughout history and important events

A Gif(t) of Legs

Fritz's Rule 5 special is Kelly Reillystar of ABCs Black Box

Side Boob Rule 5 

Megan Fox Rule 5

Janis True, Coming in from the East


Much Ado About Soccer ( Football. Or Fútbol)

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"Use the source GOODSTUFF" - Princess Leia



Fritz Dude doing a red, white and blue babes

Proof said...

I'd ask if they have a Fourth of July in Thailand, but I understand it is sandwiched between the third and the fifth!
Happy American Independence Day!


for next year

Good 4th of July comebacks.

red, white and blue babes

OUTSTANDING - BeCos(play) It's the 4th of July

4th of July: Fireworks, Rule 5, and Idiots

great source for fireworks packaging

great vintage stuff

nice red, white and blue boobs

Big red, white boobs

great vintage/retro fireworks stuff

HUGE red, white and blue chicks type post (nsfw)

b/w photo fire works -


not safe for work, playboy chick

Anonymous said...

You had me a bit worried, with your "Olivia Munn topless" link. Not that I consider myself a pervert, or anything, but I was hoping you weren't following the same trend so many other sites have, lately. Almost every blog that linked to the most recent Kate Upton pic, of her, in bed, under a sheet, wrote the link as "Kate Upton topless". To me, this is just clickbaiting. Bloggers driving up their site hits by deceiving their readers seems dishonest, to me, and I commend you for not doing so.

Katy Anders said...

This was a really good one, and not just because of the Olivia Munn and Jessica Biel gifs...

Incidentally, reading the comment above mine, I think I might try calling my next blog post "Kate Upton topless," regardless of what it's about, just to see what happens to my page views.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

That's goodstuff, GOODSTUFF!