Jim decided to tie the knot with his longtime girlfriend. One evening, after the honeymoon, he was cleaning his golf shoes. His wife was standing there watching him.
There was this fisherman that always had a good day fishing. His friend, the game warden, couldn’t figure out how he did it, so one day the game warden decided to go fishing with his friend.
The fisherman took his friend, the warden, out to his favorite spot. Once there, the fisherman took a stick of dynamite out of his backpack, lit it and threw it into the water. The dynamite exploded and a dozen fish floated to the top.
Are you ready for some football? Apparently, Walt Disney-owned ESPN is again.
Six years after dropping Hank Williams Jr.’s adaptation of All My Rowdy Friends as the introduction to Monday Night Football, the sports network is bringing it back, beginning with the first MNF game this fall between the New Orleans Saints and Minnesota Vikings.
“I think it’s a return to our past in that it’s such an iconic song associated with football,” ESPN senior vice president of events and studio production Stephanie Druley told The Tennessean. “It was the original. It belongs to Monday Night Football. It really is about returning to what fans know. It’s a Monday night party, and that’s what we’re all hoping to get back to.”
Three Native American, Elite Reconnaissance Marines were out in the Afghani desert.
“I understand that you Native Americans have brought your own indigenous survival equipment,” ventured their battalion commander.
The European Space Agency (ESA) has developed a ‘crash-proof’ drone to fly on missions to Mars and beyond.
The new drones could one day help Martian settlers explore lava tubes on the planet by mapping out tight spots that humans cannot reach.
The drone, surrounded by a protective spherical cage and equipped with thermal cameras, deliberately bumps into its surroundings in order to build a 3D-map.
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