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13 Responses to “Shark, The Hallowed Angles Sink”

  1. Ceres’ torch was a mark of Roman weddings. Adult males were excluded from bridal processions; these took place at night and were headed by a young boy, who carried a torch in honour of Ceres.

    Pliny the Elder “notes that the most auspicious wood for wedding torches came from the spina alba, the may tree, which bore many fruits and hence symbolised fertility”.

  2. jh says:

    21 July 2013 Last updated at 07:46 GMT

    The fastest shark in the ocean – and a cousin of the Great White – has been caught by a crew fishing off the Pembrokeshire coast.

    Actor Julian Lewis Jones, Bangor-born star of TV sitcom Stella, was among the team which pulled the 6ft (2m) mako out of the water near Milford Haven.

    The International Shark Attack File (ISAF) has recorded 42 mako attacks on humans between 1980 and 2010, three of which were fatal, along with twenty boat attacks.

  3. row row row yer boat says:

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  4. quint says:

    FBI: Man Arrested At Theater Had Armor, Gun, Fake CIA ID
    August 1, 2013 6:26 AM

    GRAND BLANC TWP. (WWJ/AP) – The FBI said a man arrested at a Michigan movie theater was wearing body armor and carrying a gun.

    FBI spokesman Simon Shaykhet says police were called to the Trillium Theater in Grand Blanc Township near Flint on around 8:20 p.m. Tuesday after someone noticed the vest and gun.

    Cassidy Delavergne was watching a movie when police approached him. According to investigators, Delavergne flashed a fake Central Intelligence Agency identification badge and told the officers that he was a federal agent.


  5. blaine says:

    Early this morning a small, dead shark was spotted on the Queens-bound N train. [Please point out in the comments how it’s currently Shark Week it’ll be just hilarious.] Tipster Mary M. sent us some photos, noting that the shark was there when she got on at 34th Street just after midnight.

    The MTA confirms the shark was real, and tells us, “The conductor on this N train reported the shark to the control center at 12:34 am. The conductor moved everyone out of the car at Queensboro Plaza, and when the train arrived at the end of the line at Ditmars Boulevard, a Train Service Supervisor placed the dead shark in a garbage bag and disposed of it in the trash. The Road Car Inspector at Ditmars made sure the car was clean and returned it to normal service.”

  6. beep says:

    Moore was on a vacation and was with a friend on the beach. He heard the woman screaming for help. Not knowing if danger was still lurking. Moore jumped into the water.

    “All she had hanging out on her right arm was her bone, and she was in and out of saying these words, ‘I’m dying, I’m going to die,'” Moore said. But he kept reassuring her that she would survive and pull her to shore.

    He then started thinking to himself and that the shark might be around him. “What’s going to happen now — I’m going to be the next person, so I kept going as fast as I can, “he said.

    Jana Witteropp, a German tourist, was taken to Maui Memorial Medical Center in critical condition. Her right arm was severed below the shoulder, Lee Mainaga, fire services chief at the Maui Fire Department, told the Associated Press. The limb wasn’t recovered.

    MOORE (ruler of the world)

  7. my hand went blind

    Expedition 36 Flight Engineer Chris Cassidy of NASA is carried to the medical tent shortly after he and, Commander Pavel Vinogradov of Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos), and Flight Engineer Alexander Misurkin of Roscosmos landed in their Soyuz capsule in a remote area near the town of Zhezkazgan, Kazakhstan, on Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013. Vinogradov, Misurkin and Cassidy returned to Earth after 166 days on the International Space Station. (AP Photo/NASA, Bill Ingalls)

  8. […] I Sea Pyramids [93] (Is Catching Fire) Vincenzo Nibali – born 14 November 1984 – is an Italian professional road bicycle racer, considered one of the strongest stage race riders of these years. He rides for the Kazakhstani UCI ProTeam Astana. Born near the Strait of Messina, his nickname is the “Shark of the Strait” or simply “The Shark”. […]

  9. Forrmer WWE champion Kurt Angle is to play a fire chief in Sharknado 2: The Second One, starring alongside Perez Hilton, Robert Klein and Biz Markie.

    The sequel will see that most rare of meteorological events, when a tornado of sharks beats the coast of Los Angeles for a second time in under a year.

    Angle, who made his name in the WWE before going on to wrestle for the TNA promotion, cut his teeth on bad action films with 2012’s River of Darkness.

  10. . says:

    When their ship sank a Benedictine, a Dominican, a Franciscan, and a Jesuit were crowded into a small lifeboat. It had a small leak and was in ever greater danger of sinking. Unfortunately, the boat was also surrounded by sharks.

    So the Dominican, confident in the preaching prowess of his order, stood on the prow and begin to preach to the sharks about Christian charity and the virtues of vegetarianism; but his sermon was cut short by a leaping shark who consumed him in one gulp.

    Then the Benedictine stood on the prow and began to charm the sharks with a stupendous rendition of the Exsultet, but just when he got to the part about the mother bee (mater apis) another shark dispatched him with a single gulp.

    Shortly thereafter the Franciscan, climbing onto the prow, began to pray, “Blessed are you, Lord my God, for brother shark,…” when one of the sister sharks cut him off in mid-benediction.

    Soon the lifeboat sank, leaving the Jesuit in the water with the sharks. But instead of eating him, several sharks towed him to shore and cast him up on the dry land. Stunned, he turned to ask them why they had not devoured him.

    They replied, “Professional courtesy!”

  11. Teilhard spent the next three years (1905-1908) teaching physics and chemistry at the Jesuit college of St. Francis in Cairo, Egypt.

    Teilhard’s naturalist inclinations were developed through prolonged forays into the countryside near Cairo studying the existing flora and fauna and also the fossils of Egypt’s past.

    While Teilhard carried on his teaching assignments assiduously he also made time for extensive collecting of fossils and for correspondence with naturalists in Egypt and France.

    His collected Letters from Egypt reveal a person with keen observational powers. In 1907 Teilhard published his first article, “A Week in Fayoum.”

    He also learned in 1907 that due to his finds of shark teeth in Fayoum and in the quarries around Cairo a new species named Teilhardia and three new varieties of shark had been presented to the Geological Society of France by his French correspondent, Monseur Prieur.

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