Other brain dead idiots still using our oxygen include UFO expert Russell Tetrault who claims that a known weather balloon is really a UFO.
If it was simply a weather balloon that appeared over an Antarctic research station, then why hasn’t anyone confirmed it?
A video has come out of the cold, showing an image of a possible UFO above the Neumayer-Station III research facility in Antarctica on August 10, according to livescience.com.
The circular object appears to hover over the station which conducts scientific research into geophysics, meteorology and atmospheric chemistry.
And, as one might expect, they use weather balloons to study the atmosphere over the South Pole.
One aspect of this image that UFO commenters are pointing to is how the object is seen in just a few frames of the footage.
But Ben Radford, writing in Live Science, suggests that’s not unusual when video is sped up. “That’s what happens in time-lapse photography: objects that are not stationary for long periods of time only appear in a few frames. … There’s nothing mysterious about it.”
Despite the plausibility of that argument, some — like “UFO expert” Russell Tetrault, disagree and have their own theories about the Neumayer UFO, pictured closeup, below.
“I have examined the evidence and have concluded that this is a craft and that it is most likely of extraterrestrial origins,” Tetrault is quoted by ringsidereport.com.
“There are some real dogs out there that have been calling this a balloon, but it is misinformation put forth by the government intended to squash this before the public wakes up to the fact that we are and have been getting visits from another race,” said Tetrault, whom ringsidereport.com refers to as “highly respected in the UFO community.”
Even if an official explanation is forthcoming about this South Pole UFO, it still won’t satisfy everyone, especially those who prefer to believe that all unidentified or mysterious aerial objects probably originate from another planet or, even closer — another dimension.
Since Ben Radford is going to resort to the low tactic of using facts and logic I am going to maintain the high ground and move on.
Do you remember that horrible movie Grease? The tough guys in that movie would get bullied by the chess team in any real school. Anyway, there was a song in there called Beauty School Dropout. I think I understand now why people would drop out of beauty schools. I had no idea coiffing the teacher’s pubes was part of the class.
At a Montana beauty school, for less than $10,000 you’ll learn to trim pubic hair, and then get expelled.
That’s what 17 students and employees at Dahl’s College of Beauty in Great Falls charge in a federal lawsuit filed on Tuesday, according to Courthouse News Service.
The complainants, all women, accuse beauty school owners Douglas and Barbara Daughenbaugh of incompetence and failing to address sexual harassment allegations. The lawsuit claims that the two would charge $9,950 a head for classes, then abruptly expel students and keep the pay.
In one of several instances of alleged sexual harassment at the college, an instructor allegedly forced students to trim her pubic hair, and then use the tainted trimmers on customers.
“Among the offensive and unwelcome conduct included, inter alia, the instructor publicly exposing her genitals, exposing her buttocks and requesting that students examine a boil to see if it could be extracted, requiring students to wax her pubic hair, using a student’s trimmers and wax stick to trim and wax her pubic hair that were, upon information and belief, then used on customer haircuts,” the 10-page complaint charges.
The owners allegedly ran Dahl’s as a “subterfuge” to rake in tuition fees and expel students for complaining or prompting state labor investigations.
Barbara Daughenbaugh hung up on a Huffington Post reporter after denying any knowledge of the complaint.
“I’ve never heard of any federal complaint so I don’t know what you’re talking about,” she said.
The complainants seek punitive damages for sexual harassment, wrongful discharge, and breach of contract among other charges.
According to Dahl’s Facebook, “We are currently embarking on a new and exciting adventure as far as the direction that the school is going.”
Yes, and that exciting new direction is called prison.
I should note that Dahl’s School of Beauty is in no way related to Steve Dahl or his family.
Anyway, back on January 11 I wrote about a wonderful young lady named Sydney Spies. You remember her. She’s the one who wanted her HS yearbook photo to look like the cover of a soft core porn movie.
Yes, her mother (from the land of toddlers and tiaras known as Colorado) approved.
So, it should come as no surprise that these fine examples of American family values were arrested at a mother daughter event for plying underage teens with booze and resisting arrest.
18-year-old Sydney Spies, the Colorado teen who gained national attention earlier in 2012 after submitting a photo of herself that was deemed too racy for the Durango High School yearbook, has been arrested along with her mother.
According to The Durango Herald Sydney and her 45-year-old mother Denise “Miki” Spies have both been arrested after police busted a party at the home of Miki Spies, who was home at the time of the party, where “numerous” underage partygoers were drinking alcohol.
Sydney is accused of attempting to block a police officer from entering the house while her mother is accused of refusing to give her name and identification and when police attempted to question her further she allegedly “broke into a full sprint” for her front door. After a brief struggle, police arrested Miki in her bedroom after she attempted to slam the door on the police.
Sydney faces a single misdemeanor charge of obstructing a police officer while her mother faces one felony charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and two misdemeanor charges of obstruction of a police officer and resisting arrest, 9News reports.
Sydney Spies rose to fame after three professional modeling photos she submitted to her high school yearbook were all rejected for being too racy. The Durango teen’s first photo that started it all showed the 18-year-old wearing a black shawl, a yellow skirt and more skin than the yearbook editors decided was appropriate. Durango High School’s dress code calls for tops that “fully cover the chest, back, abdomen, and sides of the student.”
When The Durango Herald broke the yearbook staff’s rejection of the first photo in January, Spies and her mother began making their case to a handful of local media outlets and later on the “TODAY” show that she was just trying to exercise her right to freedom of expression (watch the TODAY show clip below).
“Some people might think it’s a little bit sexy or inappropriate. But I think it’s artistic. I think it’s a good expression of who I am as a person,” Spies told 9News about the yearbook photos she submitted. “I’m a dancer, I’m trying to be a model, I really enjoy photography and I think that this is a good thing to represent me and I think they are taking away my freedom of expression.”
Spies tells The Huffington Post that she submitted a total of three different photos to the yearbook staff, all of which were finally rejected.
From Spies’ Facebook profile.
The yearbook adviser and editors have decided to use my school ID picture as my senior photo. Since I went to NY, then had the flu they said I was too late to submit another Sr. picture. They ALSO decided that I couldn’t use the ‘controversial’ picture in my ad anymore that I had already paid for, so I requested my money back.
I also dropped my yearbook class because its become a hostile environment. What a lovely Sr. year this has turned out to be…
But Spies appeared to be turning lemons into lemonade when she used her newfound celebrity to land a role in a SyFy channel produced movie.
Syfy, which airs movies like Piranhaconda, Bigfoot and Arachnoquake is a division of NBCUniversal, one of the leading media and entertainment companies. According to CBS4 the horror film will either be called “Final Initiation” or “American Horror House” will film over the summer and is set to air on Halloween.
Spies reportedly plays a sorority girl and she told Westword that while she can’t say whether her character makes it out alive, she does feel her yearbook photo controversy has been a growing experience.
“I’m sure I’m not going to get every role, but I think I’ll be prepared — because now, I’ve experienced disappointment,” Spies said about the role in June.
On her Facebook page, Miki Spies didn’t reference the arrest, but posted this statement on Monday:
I just love being targeted. What a bunch of BS.
On Monday, Sydney and her mother were released from La Plata County Jail — Sydney on $500 bail, Miki on $10,000 bail.
Dear Ms. Spies;
The reason you are “being targeted” is becasue you are human scum. You prostitute your child, encourage deadly behavior (drunk teens + cars = dead people) and have the emotional maturity of a 9 year old. Pleas seek help before you cause serious harm.
Oh, just in case you run into one of those idiots who “quote” Nostradamus, please feel free to send them THIS LINK. I’m not sure if facts and actual translations of that gibberish will stop them but it’s worth a shot. I recently saw “an original quatrain” with the phrase “West Nile virus” in it. The phrase wasn’t even used until the 1980s and it was NEVER, not even by rumor, used by that pyscho monk.
Listen to Bill McCormick on WBIG (FOX! Sports) every Friday around 9:10 AM.