Friday, September 26, 2014

Chicago Fire

Apparently some nut job contract employee (A) attempted to commit suicide and, in the process, (B) tried to burn down the Chicago FAA control center. Failed on A, success on B. You see the results above.

Appropriate images that I decided not to use:
This one is actually my favorite but I figured it was too obscure even for the finely honed mind of you, the faithful South 40 reader. It's the original logo for the (wait for it) Chicago Fire football team of the World Football League. It's my favorite because it incorporates the Dickerrod in the design.

 Dickerrod? I don't even know her!

It was so bad (picture of a helmet on a helmet) the team abandoned the logo and just went with the flames.



Funnies from Tech v OSU


Tech's horribad special uni's for the game:
And Coach Bro's reaction to them


Thursday, September 25, 2014

New Caddy

I actually saw this car being tested back in early May. Turns out it was the new Cadillac LTS. At the time I wondered if it was some sort of prototype or a new body bra system people in Colorado used to protect their paint. Both made sense to me. But it was heading in the opposite direction on Hwy 6 and I was more interested in catching rainbow trout. As I recall on that day I would have been more successful trying to catch the new Caddy.

Read more about it (the car, not my failed fishing trip) over at Jalopnik.



Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Fast Times in Wichita Falls

From KFDX

A fired employee of the Jack in the Box on Lawrence Road is accused of going on a rampage and destroying thousands of dollars of equipment and food inside the business after being told he was losing his job.

Keitrael Collins, 22, is charged with criminal mischief over $1,500 dollars. His bond was set at $7,500 dollars and he is no longer in Wichita County Jail.

According to the affidavit, police were called to the restaurant about a fight. When he arrived, the officer says he found Collins in front of the manager's door that was locked and broken equipment and food all over the floor. The manager said he locked himself in and called police because Keitrael was trying to assault him. He told the officer Collins had thrown a toaster valued at $2,000 and register valued at $3,000 and food on the floor.

The officer says Collins told him he began throwing the items after being told he was fired.

Rumor is it had something to do with a breakfast refund.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Why I've stayed single



Seriously Ladies, you need to get a grip.

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Monday, September 8, 2014

Finish him!

Well played, but kinda hard to envision Cleveland as Cobra Kai.