Youtube Failed!


At 12:08 AM [CST] on april fools day none the less Youtube failed!

[Update: Its back up but videos are not playing for me and now this is showing up “We are currently performing site maintenance. Be cool – we’ll be back 100% in a bit.”]

[Update 2: Down again :P]

[Update 3 (12:17 am): The home page is responding however it is VERY slow like pre 56k slow.]

[Update 4: (12:34 am): Seems back up and normal speed again.


Fail of the day: 2 youtube videos…

Ok so I was looking on youtube for some videos to post and I came across these…

Cop: Be careful pulling out
Driver [Thinking]: Give me a ticket fuck you then
Cop [thinking]: WHAT THE FUCK!??!?!?!
Cop: Turn the car off Turn the car off Turn the car off


And one more…

Guy by pump

Ok let me pump some gas into this can…do de do dum de dum….[car rolls away]….uhh where did my car go? Oh well lets finish filling this can then I can look…Oh shit thers a cop I better get over there

Im really curious as to what this guy told his insurance company…


Fail of the day – Britain pimple light

Gotta love the britts!

Here’s a mean-spirited way to keep teenagers away from your place of business: a pink florescent light designed to make acne look much worse.

British local councils now have this, as well as the famous “mosquito” speaker that produces an annoying high-pitched tone that only young people can hear, at their disposal to give to shopkeepers who hate kids. It’s all very dickish and over-the-top.

Is it just me, or does Britain seem like a downright fucking horrible place? Between bullshit like this, their decent into an Orwellian surveillance state, the terrible food and lousy climate, it’s definitely fallen near the bottom of my list of places I want to go. Nice work, Britain

Now I am not sure if I have to explain the fail here but I am going to anyway…

  1. A light to make acne worse? Who the hell gets paid to come up with this shit?
  2. Who wants to go into a store teenager or not that has pink lights all over it?
  3. Did they not think about teens who just dont give a shit?

Sorry I find it as a fail…

[source: gizmodo]

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Fail of the day: $600 and $700 no contract iPhones…

And here we are again with another FAIL OF THE DAY! [even tho its not done every day]

AT&T just confirmed the rumor that they’re going to be selling $600 and $700 iPhones (8GB and 16GB) that are contract-free starting next Thursday.

Ok so you may be thinking how is a no contract iPhone a fail.

Well for 1. Its not unlocked. Yup thats right when you part with the money you could use to pay your rent but a months worth of food or build a decent desktop system you are still locked to cingular. [ya I know you can unlock it yourself but thats not the point] WTF If I am gonna spend $600 on a phone I dont want to be locked into a provider damnit! And for $600 that thing better play crysis!

Moving along the price. $600 for a phone? Even for apple thats a bit much. I mean honestly? I can buy a mac mini for around that same price!!!!!!!

I kinda like the iphone I wont lie but I will NEVER spend that kind of cash on a phone that I am gonna want to replace in a year! [I get a new phone every 12 months on avg (ebay ftw)]

So wraping this up cingular and apple [sorry apple] are the target of this fail of the day.


Fail of the day: Man pays $350 electric bill with pennies!


So this guy gets his bill raised to $350 and goes to pay every penny of it! [No really every Penny!]

Read below for the whole story

BRISTOL, Va. – Rather than get upset about his $350 electric bill, John Almany found a unique way to pay it – in pennies.
Almany said he and his brother Gary came up with the idea in January. After finding enough banks to supply the pennies, Almany delivered more than 29,000 to Bristol Virginia Utilities.
“I thought I’d make light of the situation,” Almany said. “Everybody gets mad, but there’s nothing anyone can do about it.”
Their first challenge, Almany said, was finding that many pennies.
“I called some nearby banks to see if I could exchange cash for pennies,” Almany said. “We got all the way to the w’s in the phone book. One bank gave me $170 in pennies and the other $123.”
After trading in the cash, Almany and his brother spent about an hour removing the coins from the 50-cent rolls and dumping them into two large, black duffle bags.
That many pennies weighs about 170 pounds, so the two men worked to carry the duffle bags into BVU’s Lee Highway office.
“We pulled into BVU about 2 [p.m.] and took the bags of unrolled pennies to the pay counter,” Almany said. “To make my case better, I noticed a man just paid cash right before me. I laid my bill on the counter and told the lady, ‘Here is my bill and I’m here to pay every penny of it.’ ”
After about 20 seconds of silence, Almany then explained what that meant.
“She seemed shocked and told me, ‘We can’t take that.’ She said we’d have to wrap that up and repeated they couldn’t accept it. I asked her if she was refusing my payment and she said she wasn’t,” Almany said. “They said they didn’t have the manpower to count all those pennies and I said as much as BVU is billing its customers, they ought to have all the manpower they need.”
Brian Bolling, BVU’s vice president of customer service, declined to respond to questions about Almany and his payment.
In an e-mail, Bolling wrote that BVU has enacted a payment policy.
“With respect to coins used for said payment, the following restrictions are imposed to prevent overburdening of the cashier operations of BVU due to time and weight issues, which restrictions are reasonable and do not constitute a refusal to accept coins as legal tender,” Bolling wrote.
The policy includes acceptance of no more than $10 in unrolled coins, while rolled coins “of any denomination up to 20 rolls will be accepted for each dollar of any one payment to BVU.”
There are no limitations on paper money.
Almany said BVU employees held a prolonged discussion with supervisors before eventually accepting his coins. They then spent about two hours counting just $26.
“They brought the rest back up because they were getting ready to close,” Almany said. “The lady told me to come back Monday and they would count the rest.”
With his point made, Almany said he took the rest of the pennies to a coin machine, and paid the balance of his bill in larger forms of cash a few days later.
Was it worth the trouble?
“It was worth every penny,” Almany said.

Im sorry but I think this guy is a freakin genius!

If you could not tell this is a fail on the fact that the electric company sat for 2 hours counting $26 thats about 4 or 5 pennies per second. For one person ok I can accept it but the article makes it out to be more than one person counting…

[Source TriCities]


Fail of the day! – Kitty Bong!


Ok so I have been posting these on my twitter a lot but this one deserves a full post. I am just going to copy the good bits out of the full article.

A man who stuffed his girlfriend’s cat into a makeshift bong and smoked marijuana through it said Tuesday that he had done it on other occasions and that it calmed the cat down.

Well no shit the cat was stoned!

I was inspired by those Star Wars Smoke Pipes that Will Make You Jelly and so, I decided to smoke marijuana from a boxlike contraption that had the cat stuffed inside its 12-inch by 6-inch base.

I call it a kitty bong!

“Every time we took her out she would pretty much just lay down and proceed to clean herself and act like a stoned person,” Schomaker said.

And eat a ton of catfood? 😛

The bong had a foot-long piece of garden hose coming out of a Plexiglas box, with the top secured with duct tape. Schomaker said it was constructed in such a way that the cat did not get immersed in smoke to the extent some might believe.

Schomaker said law enforcement and animal specialists lectured him about why what he did was cruel, and that he learned from his mistake.

Hmm I wonder if his next trick will be hamster bong or puppy bong!

$5 says that contraptions like this are sold on some ebay style site somewhere 😛 Adonis Golden Ratio reviews

[Source: SF Gate]