Archive for May, 2010

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If Chuck Norris had truely been here there would be nothing left of this truck.

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Learn From GoatShapedBruises’s Fail

Never laugh at the goat you just saw get stung by a bee. She will hunt you down and tackle you. #LFMF

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Stupid Kid Taunts Cop

Stupid Kid Taunts Cop This dumb kid runs through multiple lanes of busy traffic, jumps on top of a cop car, then outruns the cop.

Up The Jam

Brings us back to simpler times when all we needed were a few pumps.

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Cool Penis

Cool Penis

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Sergio and Jacob are roommates who love watching football together.

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World’s Most Awkward Sports Reporter

World's Most Awkward Sports Reporter Before you criticize, you should know that TV <a href="http://www.break.com/index/boom-goes-the-dynamite.html">Sports Journalism</a> 101 is an intensive seminar on usage of the word ‘Guys.’

Wheelchair Kid Rushes Soccer Field

Wheelchair Kid Rushes Soccer Field This kid tries to join the on-field celebration before getting yanked off by his dad. Now his dad is probably going to ground him: ‘You can’t leave your wheelchair for two weeks!’

MON MON MON

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MON MON MON
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How To Be Tight (Episode 1)

How To Be Tight (Episode 1)

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Yo chill, check out the tightest fucking show of all time. Typical Chazz.

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Historical Thursday: Solid Gold Buddha

Good Thursday Fixers! If you haven’t been under a rock for the last couple of years, you’ve been bombarded by the incessant ‘SELL YOUR GOLD NOW’ commercials that have invaded not only our televisions but our movie theaters and Internets; replacing the sacred acai berry. But desiring money for gold, even if it means sacrificing a precious family heirloom, is nothing new. Take this bling for example:

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Say hello to Golden Buddha, the world’s largest solid gold statue. He lives in Thailand, is approximately 700 years old, stands 10 feet tall and 12 feet wide and weighs somewhere around five and a half tons…or the weight of one fully grown Asian elephant. I’ll give you a minute to process that.

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Yes, that’s right. Somehow this Buddha, who is currently worth about two hundred million dollars (US) survived war, greed and religious intolerance when so many other relics were melted down and refurbished. How does this happen? With another human trait; short memory. Apparently the same trait that keeps me from finding my car keys every time I leave the house can also work on entire populations.

In the 17th century the Burmese invaded Thailand. The Thai king knew if there is one thing invading armies love more than burning, it’s pillaging. So he ordered Buddha to be covered in plaster and had it moved to a remote temple so it wouldn’t look like anything worth stealing.

Artistic representation of what Ms. Fix-It thinks a plaster covered gold Buddha looks like.
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Whew. The only problem was, a mere year later when Thailand repelled the Burmese occupation, they’d already forgotten about the giant statue made of gold. And we say goldfish have bad memories. So it sat in the temple until the 1950s when it was finally decided that this giant ugly statue had to go. Oddly enough, it was REALLY heavy and the crane lifting it broke, revealing the gold underneath the plaster and reminding us all that when you hide something, don’t hide it so well that even YOU can’t find it.

Today, Golden Buddha has been restored to a place of honor and you can visit him at Wat Traimit.

Information Courtesy Of: Thai Ways Magazine and Wikipedia