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tornadospotter
04-09-2009, 11:02 AM
YouTube - Superbowl Beer commercials Bud


:lol:

AussieChiefsFan
04-09-2009, 11:12 AM
:lol: :funnypost: :bananen_smilies046: :yahoo: :D :sign0098:

Vandelay
04-09-2009, 01:04 PM
How bout rootbeer?
YouTube - A&W Mr. Dumass commercial

tornadospotter
04-09-2009, 01:14 PM
:lol: :yahoo: :bananen_smilies046:

Sn@keIze
04-09-2009, 04:45 PM
error
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYSKfuIPNCE)

tornadospotter
04-09-2009, 05:38 PM
error
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYSKfuIPNCE)
They are who we thought they are!!!
:bananen_smilies046: :lol:

tornadospotter
04-09-2009, 05:57 PM
YouTube - Funny Beer Commercial

Chiefster
04-10-2009, 12:38 AM
:lol: :lol: :lol:

tornadospotter
04-15-2009, 04:51 AM
YouTube - when ducks attack(funny beer commercial)

AussieChiefsFan
04-15-2009, 04:55 AM
YouTube - when ducks attack(funny beer commercial) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQY1StnoafM)
Is that ad from the UK?

tornadospotter
04-15-2009, 05:04 AM
Is that ad from the UK?
Not sure, to be quit honest. Why I think you should do, research and tell us.:D

AussieChiefsFan
04-15-2009, 05:07 AM
Not sure, to be quit honest. Why I think you should do, research and tell us.:D
Alright, just a sec.

AussieChiefsFan
04-15-2009, 05:09 AM
I just checked. It's from AUSTRALIA!!!!:yahoo:

tornadospotter
04-15-2009, 05:21 AM
I just checked. It's from AUSTRALIA!!!!:yahoo:
:sign0098:
I must now ask you to do a full 5 page report on ducks in your country, where they tend to gather, what is there natural habitat, and our they hunted for real in your country?

Signed your fried or baked, or roasted, friend.
Daffy

AussieChiefsFan
04-15-2009, 05:25 AM
:sign0098:
I must now ask you to do a full 5 page report on ducks in your country, where they tend to gather, what is there natural habitat, and our they hunted for real in your country?

Signed your fried or baked, or roasted, friend.
Daffy
Duck

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


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This page is about the bird. For the NHL team, see [URL="http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Anaheim_Ducks"]Anaheim Ducks (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Wikipedia:Protection_policy#semi); for duck as a food, see Duck (food) (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Duck_(food)); for other meanings, see Duck (disambiguation) (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Duck_(disambiguation)).Duck is the common name for a number of species in the Anatidae (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Anatidae) family of birds (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Bird). The ducks are divided between several subfamilies listed in full in the Anatidae (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Anatidae) article; they do not represent a monophyletic group (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Clade) but a form taxon (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Form_taxon), being the Anatidae not considered swans (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Swan) andgeese (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Goose). Ducks are mostly aquatic birds, mostly smaller than the swans and geese, and may be found in both fresh water and sea water.
Ducks are sometimes confused with several types of unrelated water birds with similar forms, such as loons (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Loon) or divers, grebes (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Grebe), gallinules (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Rallidae), and coots (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Coot).

Etymology

The word duck (from Anglo-Saxon (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Old_English_language) dūce), meaning the bird, came from the verb "to duck" (from Anglo-Saxon supposed *dūcan) meaning "to bend down low as if to get under something" or "to dive", because of the way many species in the dabbling duck (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Dabbling_duck) group feed by upending (compare Dutch (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Dutch_language) duiken,German (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/German_language) tauchen = "to dive").
This happened because the older Anglo-Saxon (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Old_English_language) words ened (= "duck") and ende (= "end") came to be pronounced the same: other Germanic languages still have similar words for "duck" and "end": for example, Dutch eend = "duck", eind = "end", German Ente = "duck", Ende = "end"; this similarity goes back toProto-Indo-European (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Proto-Indo-European_language): compare Latin (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Latin) anas (stem (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Stem_(linguistics)) anat-) = "duck", Lithuanian (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Lithuanian_language) antis = "duck", Ancient Greek (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Ancient_Greek_language)νησσα, νηττα (nēssa, nētta) = "duck"; Sanskrit (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Sanskrit) anta = "end".
Some people use "duck" specifically for adult females and "drake" for adult males, for the species described here; others use "hen" and "drake", respectively.
A duckling is a young duck in downy plumage[1] (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/forums/newreply.php?do=newreply&p=129860#cite_note-0) or baby duck.[2] (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/forums/newreply.php?do=newreply&p=129860#cite_note-1); but in the food trade young adult ducks ready for roasting are sometimes labelled "duckling".

Morphology

The overall body plan of ducks is elongated and broad, and the ducks are also relatively long-necked, albeit not as long-necked as the geese and swans. The body shape of diving ducks varies somewhat from this in being more rounded. The bill is usually broad and contains serrated lamellae (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Lamellae) which are particularly well defined in the filter-feeding species. In the case of some fishing species the bill is long and strongly serrated. The scaled legs are strong and well developed, and generally set far back on the body, more so in the highly aquatic species. The wings are very strong and are generally short and pointed, and the flight (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Bird_flight) of ducks requires fast continuous strokes, requiring in turn strong wing muscles. Three species of steamer duck (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Steamer_duck) are almost flightless however. Many species of duck are temporarily flightless while moulting (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Moult); they seek out protected habitat with good food supplies during this period. This moult typically precedesmigration (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Bird_migration).
The drakes of northern species often have extravagant plumage (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Plumage), but that is moulted (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Moult) in summer to give a more female-like appearance, the "eclipse" plumage. Southern resident species typically show less sexual dimorphism (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Sexual_dimorphism), although there are exceptions like the Paradise Shelduck (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Paradise_Shelduck)of New Zealand (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/New_Zealand) which is both strikingly sexually dimorphic and where the female's plumage is brighter than that of the male. The plumage of juvenile birds generally resembles that of the female.

Behaviour


Feeding


Ducks exploit a variety of food sources such as grasses (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Poaceae), aquatic plants, fish, insects, small amphibians[3] (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/forums/newreply.php?do=newreply&p=129860#cite_note-2), worms, and small molluscs (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Mollusc).
Diving ducks (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Diving_duck) and sea ducks (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Sea_duck) forage deep underwater. To be able to submerge more easily, the diving ducks are heavier than dabbling ducks, and therefore have more difficulty taking off to fly.
Dabbling ducks (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Dabbling_duck) feed on the surface of water or on land, or as deep as they can reach by up-ending without completely submerging. [4] (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/forums/newreply.php?do=newreply&p=129860#cite_note-3) Along the inside of the beak they have tiny rows of plates called lamellae (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Lamella_(zoology)) like a whale's baleen (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Baleen). These let them filter water out of the side of their beaks and keep food inside.
A few specialized species such as the smew (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Smew), goosander (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Common_Merganser), and the mergansers (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Merganser) are adapted to catch and swallow large fish.

Breeding

The ducks are generally monogamous (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Monogamy), although these bonds generally last a single year only. Larger species and the more sedentary species (like fast river specialists) tend to have pair-bonds that last numerous years. Most duck species breed once a year, choosing to do so in favourable conditions (spring/summer or wet seasons).

Communication

Despite widespread misconceptions, only the females of most dabbling ducks (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Dabbling_duck) "quack". For example, thescaup (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Scaup) which are diving ducks (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Diving_duck) make a noise like "scaup" (hence their name), and even among the dabbling ducks, the males never quack. In general, ducks make a wide range of calls (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Bird_vocalisation), ranging from whistles cooing, yodels and grunts. Calls may be loud displaying calls or quieter contact calls.
A common urban legend (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Urban_legend) claims that duck quacks do not echo; however, this has been shown to be false. This myth was first debunked by the Acoustics Research Centre at the University of Salford (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/University_of_Salford) in 2003 as part of the British Association (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/British_Association)'s Festival of Science.[5] (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/forums/newreply.php?do=newreply&p=129860#cite_note-4) It was also debunked in one of the earlier episodes (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/MythBusters_(season_1)#Does_a_Duck.27s_Quack_Echo. 3F) of the popular Discovery Channel television show MythBusters (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/MythBusters).[6] (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/forums/newreply.php?do=newreply&p=129860#cite_note-5)

Ecology



Distribution and habitat

The ducks have a cosmopolitan distribution (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Cosmopolitan_distribution) occurring across most of the world except for Antarctica (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Antarctica). A number of species manage to live on sub-Antarctic islands like South Georgia (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/South_Georgia) and the Auckland Islands (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Auckland_Islands). Numerous ducks have managed to establish themselves on oceanic islands such as Hawaii (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Hawaii), New Zealand (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/New_Zealand)and Kerguelen (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Kerguelen_Islands), although many of these species and populations are threatened or have become extinct.
Some duck species, mainly those breeding in the temperate and Arctic Northern Hemisphere, are migratory; those in the tropics, however, are generally not. Some ducks, particularly in Australia where rainfall is patchy and erratic, are nomadic, seeking out the temporary lakes and pools that form after localised heavy rain.[citation needed (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Wikipedia:Citation_needed)]
Ducks have become an accepted presence in populated areas. Migration patterns have changed such that many species remain in an area during the winter months. In spring and early summer ducks sometimes influence human activity through their nesting; sometimes a duck pair nests well away from water, needing a long trek to water for the hatchlings: this sometimes causes an urgent wildlife rescue (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Wildlife_rescue) operation (e.g. by the RSPCA (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/RSPCA)) if the duck nested somewhere unsuitable like in a small enclosed courtyard (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Courtyard).

Predators


Worldwide, ducks have many predators. Ducklings are particularly vulnerable, since their inability to fly makes them easy prey not only for avian hunters but also large fish like pike (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Esox), crocodilians (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Crocodilia), and other aquatic hunters, including fish-eating birds such as herons (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Heron). Ducks' nests are raided by land-based predators, and brooding females may be caught unaware on the nest by mammals such as foxes, or large birds, such as hawks or eagles.
Adult ducks are fast fliers, but may be caught on the water by large aquatic predators. This can include fish such as the North American muskie (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Muskellunge) and the European pike (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Esox). In flight, ducks are safe from all but a few predators such as humans and the Peregrine Falcon (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Peregrine_Falcon), which regularly uses its speed and strength to catch ducks.

Relationship with humans


Domestication

Main article: Domestic duck (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Domestic_duck)

Ducks have many economic uses, being farmed for their meat, eggs, feathers, (particularly their down (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Down_feathers)). They are also kept and bred by aviculturists and often displayed in zoos. All domestic ducks are descended from the wild Mallard (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Mallard) Anas platyrhynchos, except the Muscovy Duck (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Muscovy_Duck) [7] (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/forums/newreply.php?do=newreply&p=129860#cite_note-6). Many domestic breeds have become much larger than their wild ancestor, with a "hull length" (from base of neck to base of tail) of 30 cm (12 inches) or more and routinely able to swallow an adult British (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Great_Britain) Common Frog (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Common_Frog) Rana temporaria whole; the wild mallard's "hull length" is about 6 inches.
FAO (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/FAO) reports that China is the top duck market in 2004 followed by Vietnam (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Vietnam) and other South East Asian (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/South_East_Asia)countries.
In many areas, wild ducks of various species (including ducks farmed and released into the wild) are hunted for food or sport, by shooting, or formerly by decoys. Because an idle, floating duck or a duck squatted on land cannot react to fly or to move quickly, "a sitting duck" has come to mean "an easy target".
Wild ducks of many species and domesticated breeds are widely consumed (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Duck_(food)) around the world.

Cultural references


In 2002, psychologist Richard Wiseman (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Richard_Wiseman) and colleagues at the University of Hertfordshire (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/University_of_Hertfordshire), UK (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/UK), finished a year-long LaughLab (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/LaughLab) experiment, concluding that of all animals, ducks attract most the humor and silliness; he said "If you're going to tell a joke involving an animal, make it a duck." The word "duck" may have become an inherently funny word (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Inherently_funny_word) in many languages possibly because ducks are seen as silly in their looks or behavior. Of the many ducks in fiction (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/List_of_fictional_ducks), many are cartoon characters like Donald Duck (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Donald_Duck) and Daffy Duck (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Daffy_Duck) (see the New Scientist (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/New_Scientist) article [1] (http://www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=dn2876) mentioning humor in the word "duck").
A duck test (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Duck_test) is a form of inductive reasoning (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Inductive_reasoning), which can be phrased as follows: "If a bird looks like a duck, swims like a duck and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck." The test implies that a person can figure out the true nature of an unknown subject by observing this subject's readily identifiable traits. It is sometimes used to counter abstruse arguments that something is not what it appears to be. This is used in the computer science term of Duck typing (http://www.chiefscrowd.com/wiki/Duck_typing).

AussieChiefsFan
04-15-2009, 05:26 AM
Long enough for ya?:lol:

tornadospotter
04-15-2009, 05:27 AM
YouTube - Daffy Duck - To Duck or Not to Duck - baby and images

tornadospotter
04-15-2009, 05:28 AM
Long enough for ya?:lol:
Sorry not what I wanted.:D

AussieChiefsFan
04-15-2009, 05:29 AM
YouTube - Daffy Duck - To Duck or Not to Duck - baby and images (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Tm623wdd_Y)
:funnypost:

tornadospotter
05-13-2009, 12:02 PM
YouTube - BEER RUN (Super Bowl Commercial 2009) - Watch www NFL-Super-Bowls com

Should have asked for a keg!
:lol::lol::lol:

Chiefster
05-13-2009, 02:53 PM
YouTube - Daffy Duck - To Duck or Not to Duck - baby and images (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Tm623wdd_Y)

One of my favorite cartoons! :lol:


YouTube - BEER RUN (Super Bowl Commercial 2009) - Watch www NFL-Super-Bowls com (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyY5fJMJMJo)

Should have asked for a keg!
:lol::lol::lol:

What are chicks like them hanging out with "man" wanna-be's like that? :11:

AussieChiefsFan
05-14-2009, 03:04 AM
One of my favorite cartoons! :lol:



What are chicks like them hanging out with "man" wanna-be's like that? :11:
:bananen_smilies046:

Vandelay
05-14-2009, 10:22 PM
YouTube - Miller Lite

tornadospotter
05-14-2009, 11:35 PM
:yahoo::lol::yahoo::lol:

Chiefster
05-15-2009, 02:21 AM
YouTube - Miller Lite (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dvK5J_iho0)




YouTube - Cat Fight

hermhater
05-18-2009, 12:18 AM
This thread makes me want to buy beer.

tornadospotter
05-18-2009, 12:28 AM
This thread makes me want to buy beer.
Me to!

Nice one Chiefster.

hermhater
05-18-2009, 12:30 AM
Did you buy some beer?

tornadospotter
05-18-2009, 12:34 AM
Did you buy some beer?
Nope, I have some that I bought for Minut's graduation still. But I am almost to tired to drink it. I glad we are done, Its been a long last 2 days.

hermhater
05-18-2009, 12:35 AM
The graduation?

I went to my nephews graduation celebration today.

Had a good time with the family.

tammietailgator
05-18-2009, 12:36 AM
Did you throw a party TS? We want pictures!

hermhater
05-18-2009, 12:38 AM
I got a horrible video of my cousin chickening out on the half pipe today.

tornadospotter
05-18-2009, 12:39 AM
We had a reception, I catered it my self with Minuts favorite food, spaghetti, and lasagna. I will try to get some pic on the site, but not tonite.

tornadospotter
05-18-2009, 12:41 AM
Once again, I made to much, so come on over I have plenty left over.

hermhater
05-18-2009, 12:42 AM
You can never make too much.

tammietailgator
05-18-2009, 01:08 AM
So TS? How many more do you have to graduate?

tornadospotter
05-18-2009, 01:14 AM
So TS? How many more do you have to graduate?
One more from High School, in six years, Minut from college in 4 to 6 years. She is going to the University of Nebraska, She is taking general courses her first year, then medical, she was going to go pre med and be a doctor, but this last year she changed her mind, she want to be a pediatric nurse, and wants to work at Saint Jude, with children fighting cancer.
She has a big heart.

Chiefster
05-18-2009, 01:41 AM
One more from High School, in six years, Minut from college in 4 to 6 years. She is going to the University of Nebraska, She is taking general courses her first year, then medical, she was going to go pre med and be a doctor, but this last year she changed her mind, she want to be a pediatric nurse, and wants to work at Saint Jude, with children fighting cancer.
She has a big heart.


That is very cool!

hermhater
05-18-2009, 03:28 AM
Woot!

tornadospotter
07-25-2009, 10:03 PM
YouTube - Canadians Are Polite ?! Molson Canadian Commercial

In honor of our lost member!

tornadospotter
07-26-2009, 09:15 AM
YouTube - Funny Magic Fridge Beer Commercial

Chiefster
07-29-2009, 01:45 AM
:lol:

tornadospotter
08-11-2009, 05:35 AM
YouTube - Canadian Bud Light Ad: Cards

Those Canadian's, they have the best ideas.

tornadospotter
08-11-2009, 05:38 AM
YouTube - Security Cam - Bud Light ADS

AussieChiefsFan
08-11-2009, 05:39 AM
:lol::funnypost:

AussieChiefsFan
08-11-2009, 05:40 AM
YouTube - Security Cam - Bud Light ADS (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RU8fH-C-r7c)
:lol::lol:

Chiefster
08-12-2009, 12:21 AM
Funny stuff TS! :lol:

tornadospotter
08-26-2009, 02:59 AM
YouTube - Bud-Light Commercial Funny

Chiefster
08-26-2009, 03:03 AM
YouTube - Bud-Light Commercial Funny (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPJx-txciUY)


:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

Canada
08-26-2009, 09:50 AM
YouTube - I Am Canadian

Canada
08-26-2009, 09:50 AM
YouTube - I Am Canadian Hockey Fight Commercial

Canada
08-26-2009, 09:51 AM
YouTube - Molson Canadian Hockey Commercial (Team Canada vs. USA)

Canada
08-26-2009, 09:53 AM
ONE OF MY FAVORITE EVER!!!

YouTube - funny Molson Canadian beer commercial 'Chasing Beaver'

doobs_05
09-02-2009, 08:14 AM
i always thought the "Real man of Genius" were the best

Canada
09-02-2009, 08:40 AM
i always thought the "Real man of Genius" were the best

Well, you were wrong!!:lol:

doobs_05
09-03-2009, 04:40 AM
Well, you were wrong!!:lol:


Damn, my dad always told me i was a failure i guess the old man was right hahahaha...... ..............my dad never loved me ........LOL JK

Canada
09-03-2009, 08:47 AM
Damn, my dad always told me i was a failure i guess the old man was right hahahaha...... ..............my dad never loved me ........LOL JK

Don't worry, my dad never loved you either!!

Vanilla Garilla
09-03-2009, 07:29 PM
Don't worry, my dad never loved you either!!

Nope the only guys your dad ever loved were Buddy Weiser and good old Jack Daniels............lol, jk.

Canada
09-03-2009, 08:40 PM
Nope the only guys your dad ever loved were Buddy Weiser and good old Jack Daniels............lol, jk.

My dad does not drink. He got embarassed when I outdrank him on my 9th birthday!! :bananen_smilies046:

Chiefster
09-04-2009, 12:43 AM
My dad does not drink. He got embarassed when I outdrank him on my 9th birthday!! :bananen_smilies046:


I thought that was your fifth birthday? :D

doobs_05
09-04-2009, 04:38 AM
I thought that was your fifth birthday? :D

You should know you were there you were the old guy in the back lol jk

Vanilla Garilla
09-05-2009, 09:54 AM
My dad does not drink. He got embarassed when I outdrank him on my 9th birthday!! :bananen_smilies046:

LMAO, thats probably a fact.:bananen_smilies046:

Chiefster
09-05-2009, 04:41 PM
You should know you were there you were the old guy in the back lol jk

Hey, at my age I can't be expected to remember everything. :11:

tornadospotter
09-06-2009, 02:44 AM
Hey, at my age I can't be expected to remember everything. :11:
Well to be fair to us old farts, it was hard to take notes in our younger days, such a pain to carry the tablets and tools to write.:11:

Chiefster
09-07-2009, 04:03 AM
Well to be fair to us old farts, it was hard to take notes in our younger days, such a pain to carry the tablets and tools to write.:11:

Yup, those hammer and chisels got heavy after a while. :D

tornadospotter
11-18-2009, 02:02 AM
YouTube- Bud Light Ad The Porno Guy - Hilarious

tornadospotter
11-18-2009, 02:04 AM
YouTube- "In the Can" Bud Light Lime Ad

tornadospotter
11-18-2009, 02:09 AM
YouTube- Real Men Of Genius - Silent Killer Gas Passer