Beautiful Women, Cars, and Jokes. What else is there?
by The Keeper November 13, 2017

 

Well, it happened. Chicago had its first measurable snowfall for the season over the weekend. Thankfully, it was mostly lake effect snow and didn’t quite reach us down in the south-west suburbs. The horrid white stuff is coming for me, just not yet!

 

The Nascar race yesterday afternoon in Phoenix was pretty damn exciting. Denny Hamlin got served up a steaming plate of instant karma from Chase Elliot, which knocked Hamlin out of the playoffs. Even better, Jimmy-Fucking-Johnson hit the wall and couldn’t continue, so he was also eliminated from the playoffs. In the end it was Matt Kenseth who took the checkers, getting his first win this season. The four drivers that will battle for the Championship in Miami-Homestead next Sunday are Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch, Martin Truex Jr, and Brad Keslowski. Can’t wait!

 

And then there was the Bears game. Despite being favored against the Packers, they of course lost 23-16.

 

One of my readers suggested that I should’ve honored our Veterans by rolling out a Babemania on Friday. He was right, so look for a special Babemania that’s 70 strong today.

 

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by The Keeper November 12, 2017

 

Ever seen a Paramotor? They consist of a parachute and a motor that’s strapped to the back of the pilot. They’re simple to operate and relatively inexpensive. Best of all, you don’t need a pilots license to fly one.

 

Anyway, in the video featured today you’ll meet Tucker, a Paramotor pilot who will attempt to release a paper airplane from 2,000 feet and catch it before it hits the ground. It sounds strange, but I thought it was a pretty cool stunt and it was fun to watch. Enjoy!

 

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by The Keeper November 11, 2017

 

Richard Browning earned himself a Guinness World Record recently by flying his homemade jet suit at a top speed of 32 mph. The suit is comprised of a light exoskeleton attached to six gas turbines, four mounted on the arms and two on the hips, which combined create a total thrust of 286 pounds. What’s next? Development continues for increasing fuel economy and stability.

 

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