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Barstool Iowa Smokeshow of the Day – Jordan

 

Introducing Jordan from the University of Iowa.  I don’t not like looking at her body in a swim suit.  Little double negative action for you there.

 

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By trent posted July 22nd, 2014 at 4:35 PM

I Would Wear The Shit Out Of These Iowa Soccer Jerseys (Kits?) That Somebody Mocked Up

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DOPE.  SUPER DOPE.  In the words of our fearless leader: Don’t want it, need it.  Seriously.  That one on the left would be the hottest thing in the Iowa streets.  You wouldn’t be able to walk two blocks in Iowa City without people being like “What is that magical piece of clothing and how do I get one?”  You non-Iowa people will probably make fun of the John Deere symbol but I say it looks dope.  The one on the right isn’t as great but the one on the left makes up for it and then some.  How do I get my hands on one?  Somebody tweeted these at me and they’re supposedly just concepts but I don’t give a fuck.  Start mass producing them.  Tailgating season is right around the corner and people have soccer fever from the World Cup.  Stirke while the iron is hot.  Put’em on the market.

The person drew up the rest of the B1G as well.  Super cool all the way around.  Well done.

 

h/t @joshsisco

By trent posted July 22nd, 2014 at 4:05 PM

Real Estate Millionaire And Avid Cross Dresser Arrested For Pissing All Over A Bunch Of Candy At A Drug Store

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Daily Mail- A millionaire real estate heir who escaped the public eye for years by crossdressing before he was accused of killing his neighbor has been arrested again for urinating in a CVS, police said. Robert Durst, who was acquitted of murder in 2003 after claiming self defense, has been arrested for allegedly urinating over $100 worth of candy at the register in a Houston drugstore on Sunday. He took the bizarre step after getting in an altercation with staff, sources told KTRK, and he was charged with a Class B misdemeanor.

So it sounds like this guy has had a pretty full life.  Murdered somebody, chopped them into pieces and then got away with it by claiming self defense.  He likes to cross dress.  Normal stuff.  And now he’s been arrested for urinating on a whole bunch of candy at a drug store.  Listen, everybody wants to be rich.  That’s just a fact.  Having money is better than not having money.  Life is so much easier for rich people.  Especially if you’re like this guy and you don’t have to work for it.  You inherit a bunch of money and you’re set forever.  Sounds like the dream, right?  But then a story like this comes along and being rich doesn’t sound as great.  I feel like when you’re rich you slowly lose your mind.  You have enough money to do whatever you want so you do all of those things because you’re rich and you can.  But then you get bored.  You’ve done it all.  You don’t have human to human interaction because everybody else has to work for a living while you do nothing.  So you start doing crazy things.  And those crazy things lead to crazier things.  Then one day, whoops, you’re a cross dresser standing in the middle of a CVS pissing all over a bunch of Butterfingers and Heath bars because you have nothing else to do.  I’m not saying I don’t want to be rich, because I totally do, but being a normal person who has a normal job and normal friends, who goes to bars and who doesn’t whip his dick out at a CVS and urinate on chocolate bars isn’t the worst thing in the world.  I think we’re all doing okay.

By trent posted July 22nd, 2014 at 3:15 PM

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By trent posted July 22nd, 2014 at 2:05 PM

Is This The Face Of A Guy Whose Name Is Shelby Mustang GT500 Who Brought A Hatchet To A Bar Fight?

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Des Moines Register- A Des Moines man was arrested after apparently fighting with other patrons at a bar and then returning to the bar with a hatchet, police said. Shelby Mustang GT500 Miller, 26, was charged with going armed with intent, public intoxication and a parole violation. Officers driving by Cheap Seats Sports Bar, 2301 Hubbell Ave., around 1 a.m. Thursday saw Miller in an altercation with another man. As officers walked over, Miller walked away. He told an officer it was a verbal argument. The other man told officers the two had argued but Miller had removed his shirt and seemed ready to fight. Two of Miller’s friends said that they would take him home and that he lived just behind the bar, police reports show. Officers stayed in the area and soon saw Miller enter the bar again, authorities said. Later, another man emerged from the bathroom holding a hatchet and told police Miller had come in with it under his shirt and left it in the bar, police said. Miller was cooperative until he saw the hatchet, then became confrontational again, officers said. He told police they had “the wrong guy” but never denied the hatchet was his, police reports show.

I’m so confused.  A few things confuse me about this story but the main one is how does the Des Moines Register run a story about a guy whose real name is Shelby Mustang GT500 and not spend the entire article figuring out why that is?  Follow the compelling storyline.  That’s Journalism 101 (probably not true).  I don’t care if he brought a hatchet to a bar fight.  Good for him.  Happens more than you think.  But a guy with an outrageous name like that doesn’t come along everyday.  We as a community need answers.  How did he get it?  Did his parents give it to him?  Why did they do that?  Were they big fans of Gone In 60 Seconds?  Was he conceived in the back of a Shelby Mustang GT500 and they decided right then and there that’d be his name?  Does he like it?  Does he hate it?  Did he give it to himself?  IS this a situation like in that Kanye song where that girl couldn’t afford a car so she named her daughter Alexis?  Endless questions and zero answers from that article.  I need the Des Moines Register to make this a front page story.  I don’t know how a newspaper works other than what I witnessed in season 5 of The Wire but I need every able-bodied journalist in Des Moines, hell, in Iowa knocking on Shelby Mustang GT500′s door and peppering him with questions.  We need to get to the bottom of this.

PS- Don’t take a hatchet to a bar fight.  You’re better than that and we’re better than that.

 

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By trent posted July 22nd, 2014 at 1:15 PM

Better Know A Camel Toe

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By trent posted July 22nd, 2014 at 12:25 PM

This Story Of An Iowa Soldier And His Dog Odie He Found In Afghanistan Is Both Awesome And Sad

 

This story has all of the feelings.  It’s sad because of how it ended with the soldier losing his best friend, his dog Odie. It’s awesome because of the way they met and the relationship they formed.  Half way around the world in one of the most dangerous parts of the world.  They found each other and helped each other get through the harshness of war.  That’s all that really matters at the end of the day.  Odie helping Brian cope with the things one has to deal with as a soldier is a great gift.  Brain rescuing Odie from being a homeless mutt in a dangerous area is a great gift.  That bound is unbreakable.  Stories like this one and the countless others are why dogs are and wills always be the greatest creatures on earth.  The part where Brian had to eventually say goodbye to Odie, as any dog owner can relate, is the worst feeling in the world.  It’s the reason I have watery eyes at 11:30am on a Tuesday.  RIP Odie.

By trent posted July 22nd, 2014 at 11:25 AM

Russian Dude Riding On The Back Of His Shopping Cart Biffs It, Spills Groceries Everywhere

 

I wanna make fun of this moron.  I want to point and laugh at my computer screen because he just biffed it and spilled his groceries everywhere.  It’s great.  You can see the shame on his face and the “Did any anybody see that?” look of embarrassment.  But I can’t laugh at him and you know why?  Because I do this all the time.  Not fall on my face and get caught on camera doing it, but I ride on the back of my shopping cart like I’m 8 years old constantly.  It’s fun as shit.  A goddman adrenaline rush if there ever was one but I feel like if I start laughing at this video the karma gods are going to have me eating pavement the next time I go grocery shopping.  Another thing that’s great about riding on the shopping cart is that any less walking is a win in my book.

PS- Russia doesn’t do too many things right but equipping every single car with a video camera is fucking genius.  I think the reason behind it was because so many people were pretending to get hit by cars and then suing (funny by itself) but it also catches moments like this guy falling off his shopping cart. Can we equip every car in the US strictly for the funny videos we’d get out of it?  I vote yes.

By trent posted July 22nd, 2014 at 10:43 AM
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