Coptimus Prime

This story from KENS5 San Antonio just makes you want to go out and give those New Braunfels cops a big hug and a really wet sloppy kiss.  “Coptimus Prime!” HaHaHa!!!

NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas — The newest addition to the New Braunfels Police Department is a 2007 Chevy Corvette z06, and it usually costs about $80,000.

It may look and sound like a regular Corvette. However, when you take a closer look, its bumper tells the real story.

“We basically busted up a large methamphetamine trafficking ring. This particular Corvette was determined by the court to be purchased using drug money,” New Braunfels Police Department communications coordinator David Ferguson said.

It’s now in the hands of NBPD, but this beauty won’t be pulling you over.

“Our department is always looking for ways to interact with our community in a positive way. We decided to make it a community outreach tool,” said Ferguson.

“It’s kind of like a driving billboard for drug dealers and criminals saying ‘Hey look, crime doesn’t pay,'” said Ferguson.

The muscle car draws crowds wherever it goes.

“I think it’s awesome,” Casey Keneese said.

“It’s the best company car I’ve ever seen in my life,” said Shelly Phillips.

The Corvette even has a name.

“Coptimus Prime” will be deputed Friday at the Comal County Fair and parade.


You and Your Shadow

Embrace your germs.  Because if what The Mirror reports is true, you’re surrounded by bugs, and they know where you’ve been.

‘Germ clouds’ containing millions of bugs surround EVERY human – and they show where you have been.

CDC_Gas_Mask_Wallart_04Every human on earth has a cloud of germs surrounding them at all times – and it is almost as distinct to that person as a fingerprint.

The “microbial cloud” contains millions of bugs that are put out from various pores and points in our bodies.

According to experts, the cloud hangs around a person’s body at all times and each individual cloud has a signature that could be read by carrying out genetic analysis of the bacteria.

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Daily Darwin – Darwin’s Warning

Now I don’t know about you little Darwins, but it would take some twisted mind to come up with that use for a screwdriver.


Natural selection deems that some individuals serve as a warning to others. Who are we to disagree? The next generation, ever and anon, is descended from the survivors



Big Government

You wonder what happens when government takes over your life??  Well, read between the lines and extrapolate the results of this experiment with our furry little best friends to the results of say, “The Great Society.”  From the :

Have humans made dogs STUPID? Pets are ‘lazy thinkers’ compared to wild wolves and domestication may be to blame

Study compared how 10 wolves and 20 dogs solved a puzzle to reach food

Wolves were more persistent and successful than the domestic animals

The dogs looked to humans for guidance rather than tackling the problem

Scientists say domestication has changed how dogs tackle problemsDr Monique Udell, an animal behaviour Sucking_On_Govt_Teatresearcher at Oregon State University who conducted the study, said humans appear to have conditioned the animals to not think for themselves.

 The results may explain why dogs so often seem to get themselves into a tangled mess with their lead or get their heads stuck in railings or inside boxes.

Well, yeah….Trapped forever sucking on the “Government teat.”

Dr Udell said: ‘Wolves may have more opportunities for independent Dog_Ball_Flip_animatedproblem-solving within their environment, and a greater history of success obtaining trapped food independently owing to their relative strength.

‘Consequently, dogs’ behaviour may be the product of conditioned dependence on humans, or conditioned inhibition of independent problem-solving behaviour when confronted with a novel task.’.