What’s your preference? Are you a boobs or booty man? Check out the T&A below and then choose your side carefully.
It’s a good time to Buy Clive a Beer.
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A Nice Vielle Bon Secors would be nice.
Beer. It’s Red Stripe! (And a ton of others). Beer’s been around for over 4,000 years. Was mostly brewed by women, is now brewed in the White House, and great quantities seem to disappear in facial hair. Those are just a few small facts today’s infographic will provide.
I’m not gonna lie – some of our long-time readers may have seen some of these facts before when we posted the 24 Fun Facts About Beer infographic. This one has five more facts and because of my love of beer.
Thanks to the growth of craft beer our tastebuds are experiencing styles and flavors from far away lands and hundreds of year old recipes. The craft scene in Austin has grown so exponentially most of our breweries can have extreamly good revenue without ever selling outside the Austin market. Let’s keep this beer revolution going – Budweiser just tastes like piss
The Ford F-150 has long held a reputation for being a tough and dependable workhorse – you don’t become the US’ most popular pickup truck by being a pushover. But ‘tough’ on work certainly doesn’t mean ‘light’ on everything else … children’s motorized toys included.
Nevertheless, the crew at Fisher-Price wanted to prove just how well their plucky Power Wheels F-150 could stand up to torture, but ventured a bit beyond the scope of abuse that any normal child could yield. Instead, they dropped a full-size 2015 F-150 on four of its Power Wheels counterparts, and the results are surprising.
Weighing in at 4,120 pounds (that’s more than 1,000 pounds on each toy), the Ford pickup is successfully supported by its diminutive Power Wheels cousins, and not only that, but the motorized toys run and drive just fine afterwards. The new aluminum-bodied F-150 may have shed 700 pounds over its predecessor, but that doesn’t detract from the fact that it’s still a big boat towing, house moving, and do-everything pickup.