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  1. MAIN CARD (Pay-per-view, 10 p.m. ET) Amanda Nunes vs. Valentina Shevchenko – for women’s bantamweight title Yoel Romero vs. Robert Whittaker – for interim middleweight title Curtis Blaydes vs. Daniel Omielanczuk Alistair Overeem vs. Fabricio Werdum Jim Miller vs. Anthony Pettis PRELIMINARY CARD (FS1, 8 p.m. ET) Travis Browne vs. Aleksei Oleinik Brian Camozzi vs. Chad Laprise Gerald Meerschaert vs. Thiago “Marreta” Santos Jordan Mein vs. Belal Muhammad PRELIMINARY CARD (UFC Fight Pass, 6:30 p.m. ET) Rob Font vs. Douglas Silva de Andrade Cody Stamann vs. Terrion Ware James Bochnovic vs. Trevin Giles Polo is bold, Bant Cole is not.
  2. fobar

    sober is a cry baby, WAR EDGOD

    Bad mofo That is all
  3. NFL_FTW

    Mind Game

    Just a stupid, simplistic game to pass the time. I'll mention a word and you mention the first word that comes to your mind with that word. Just make sure it is one word. The next person follows with that person. Here's an example: 1st person: Fart 2nd person: Butt 3rd person: Badonkadonk 4th person: Angus 5th person: Cow 6th person: HNIC 7th person: Hillbilly 8th person: Inbred etc. I'll begin: Fart
  4. Funny video of Nick Diaz signing a TITTY! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9FmZzIAglR4
  5. AMERICA’S powerful gun lobby has Australia in its firing line. The National Rifle Association has criticised the land down under for its “Orwellian” gun laws instituted following the Port Arthur massacre in 1996. In a provocatively-titled article, Australia: There Will Be Blood, the NRA disputes whether the gun buyback scheme and ban on semiautomatic weapons actually helped Australia reduce rates of violent crime. There was a “growing consensus” among impartial researchers that disarming Australian citizens did not make them safer, the association’s America’s 1st Freedom magazine said. US President Barack Obama recently praised the Australian system while arguing for tighter gun control in his country in the wake of the Charleston shootings where nine churchgoers were killed. But the NRA derides that, saying Australians were robbed of their right to self-defence while criminals were empowered. “The Australian people paid a massive price in liberty. Their reward? At best, an unexamined resolution that things were somehow better now. “Gun rights were, for all practical purposes, gone forever.” In 1996 28-year-old Martin Bryant killed 35 people at the historic Port Arthur tourist site in Tasmania and soon after Prime Minister John Howard led the introduction of strict gun laws in Australia. Since then there have been few mass shootings in Australia. http://www.news.com.au/national/crime/the-national-rifle-association-attacks-australian-gun-laws/story-fns0kb1g-1227440051191
  6. SavageTC

    Gun Control

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3-6Qg5VtxY This isnt new but its doing the rounds on facebook, and its funny. Jim droppin truthbombs.
  7. Who would you all rank as your top 5 funniest forum members? No questions axed, m8s.
  8. FORGET the old-fashioned notions of racist, violent thugs grouping together to pick on the weak. Prison gangs are actually a vital tool for social cohesion. That’s the conclusion of a new study by economics professors M. Garrett Roth and David Skarbek, reported on by the The Wilson Quarterly. Roth and Skarbek argue that prison gangs actually keep violence down by creating a stable environment where an internal economy based on contraband can operate. Fundamentally, the problem is this: most people in prison want to trade in contraband of some sort — the most popular being drugs, alcohol, tobacco and mobile phones — but can’t do so within the formal authority structure. Prison gangs provide an “extralegal” framework of what the authors term “community social responsibility”, helping to enforce agreements in contraband trades and resolve social disputes. “In short, inmates join gangs to promote cooperation and trust, which facilitates illegal contraband markets,” they write. “Prison gangs form to provide extralegal governance in social and economic interactions.” For example, if a member of Gang A purchases drugs on credit from a member of Gang B, then Gang A is responsible for the payment of the debt. “If the individual does not pay, then the drug dealer can appeal to the leaders of Gang A for relief,” write the authors. “The leader, or ‘shot caller’ in prison parlance, will either pay the debt, force his member to pay the debt or work for them (perhaps assaulting an enemy of Gang , assault the inmate to appease the drug dealer, or hand him over to Gang B to assault him in a controlled manner.” This kind of system is especially effective when it is easier to determine the trustworthiness of a group rather than the trustworthiness of an individual. “When groups have reputations for taking responsibility for its members’ actions, then two members of different groups who do not know each other can still benefit from trade,” they write. “The CRS provides a way for people to trade widely in the absence of an effective legal system.” The rate of inmate homicides and prison riots in the US has actually been declining since the 1970s, at the same time as gangs have proliferated, the authors argue. They cite figures which show the instance of inmate homicides declined 94 per cent between 1973 and 2003. Their study is based on analysis of California prison populations, which have given rise to some of the world’s most notorious gangs including the Mexican Mafia, Nuestra Familia, and the Aryan Brotherhood. Contrary to popular belief, these racial divisions are less about actual race than ease of identification, the authors argue: “An inmate’s race is the most easily observed characteristic in an all-male environment with standard-issue clothing.” Prison gangs resolve both social and commercial conflicts among inmates. In the study, a white inmate who served eight years in prison explains how in-group policing is practised by gangs. “I knew this guy that ran his mouth a lot, made lots of problems, called people names and stuff,” the inmate said. “He called these Mexican guys a bunch of greasy wetbacks. He’s a loose cannon, he’s going to cause trouble you know what I mean, we work hard to keep that race s**t calm and here is this prick causing trouble, no one wants that so we had to check him. We took him down a peg or two, it came right from the top, the a**hole needs a lesson.” Crucially, prison wardens actually benefit from some level of gang activity — or as the authors put it, “the optimal number of prison gangs from the perspective of the warden is not zero”. “They provide relatively peaceable dispute resolution amongst inmates. Gangs wish to avoid riots and conceal fistfights. Gangs also help allocate scarce prison resources, such as benches and basketball courts, in the face of a shortage of such amenities.” http://www.news.com.au/finance/money/why-prison-gangs-are-actually-a-good-thing/story-e6frfmci-1227257280950
  9. Hasbro is in major damage control after releasing a toy part that looks like a penis. Parents who bought the Sweet Shoppe Cake Mountain playset in November reportedly complained online that the plastic icing topper (or extruder) didn’t look child-friendly. Rather than respond to the concerns on social media, Hasbro sent parents less phallic-looking replacement parts. The toy manufacturer’s low-key response ensured the gaffe stayed out of the media,Uproxx reported. But in a bungled attempt at removing traces of the offending accessory from itsFacebook page over Christmas, Hasbro attracted lots of unwanted publicity. The reaction has varied, but one parent suggested Hasbro had “ruined Christmas.” The playset, which retails in Australia for about $40, comes with a bottom cake tier, cake machine with cake stand and a textured roller, among other items. Recommended for children three and over, the 2-in-1 playset lets kids “make amazing pretend layer cakes with the cake press.” http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/christmas/parents-outrage-after-play-dohs-penis-shaped-toy-ruins-christmas/story-fn77atzo-1227170863628
  10. I'm shocked... LoL http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/celebritynews/11296408/Mickey-Rourke-fight-was-fixed-claims-Elliot-Seymour.html Elliot Seymour, who at 29 is half Rourke's age, claimed he made a deal to go down from a body shot in the 2nd round The man 62-year-old Hollywood actor Mickey Rourke knocked out in an exhibition boxing match has admitted he was paid to throw the fight. Elliot Seymour, who at 29 is half Rourke's age, claimed he made a deal with Rourke's "people" to go down from a body shot in the 2nd round during the bout in Russia. He said he would be paid $15,000, $10,000 straight after the fight and the rest when he returned to the US. Rourke sent 29-year-old Pasadena native Seymour to the canvas twice in the second round before the referee stopped the fight. Seymour, a former California Golden Gloves champion with a 1-9 pro record, did not land any significant blows on Rourke. The Pasadena native initially denied the match was fixed, but came clean on Tuesday. "I was told specifically to go down in the second," he said in a roadside interview with TMZ. Asked whether Rourke was aware of the deal, he said: "No, as far as I know, Mickey had no knowledge of this, he was in the dark.'' "I think he's a stand up guy, I think he's a nice man, a great actor, he didn't have anything to do with the 'fix' being in, it was all his people. "When you have a powerful person you have lots of different people kissing up to you for lots of reasons. I'd say take a look at the inner circle.'' "I went over there, I had an agenda I was given by people behind the scenes. "I hope to maybe come back and have a legitimate fight but in the meantime I had a great experience in Russia and hope to come back some day." The bout at a Moscow concert hall last month was Rourke's first fight in 20 years. He took a break from acting in the early 1990s, finishing a three-year pro boxing career with six wins and two draws. Rourke said he lost 35lbs (16 kilograms) to prepare to the fight and appeared much thinner than in his best-known cinematic fighting persona, when he bulked up to play the title character in 2008's "The Wrestler."
  11. RONDA_#1_p4p

    when youre a hot chick....

    you get to do whatever you want. work from home makin loot in your pajamas. take that girl from the ufc minute, for example. this made me laugh. http://instagram.com/p/vrCtAJlrs4/
  12. RONDA_#1_p4p

    new war machine video:

    dude is screwing himself hard, but it looks like its what he deserves.
  13. IF ANYONE had any doubts that the world is coming to an end, this should put them to rest once and for all. Forget about going to university and getting a job, kids. Now you can twerk for a living. ‘Jessica Vanessa’, a 22-year-old former kindergarten teacher from the US, has quit her job to pursue her lifelong dream of being “somebody big”. For Ms Vanessa, that means becoming a social media celebrity. She’s been billed as the world’s “number one twerker” with more than two million followers on her Vine account. “What I make in six seconds would have taken me four months to make [as a teacher],” she told Barcroft TV. “I bought a new car, paid it off in full and was able to get out of debt.” That money is coming largely from advertisers, who pay her to mention their products. She doesn’t say how much she makes but it is reportedly “six figures”. https://v.cdn.vine.co/r/videos/1674401C761123449999767011328_2fc6298bf0e.5.1.16779293740281937098.mp4?versionId=FVKrAEdWf2SN71gLrxWodnAQcjA_aLIA “People like to define twerking as you’re a **** if you do it,” she said. “No, it’s just a type of dance — that’s it. If you were open-minded you would understand that.” Her family is very open-minded; her brother Joshua is her cameraman. “When it comes to my twerking they’re very open-minded people. They don’t look at it as degrading, they don’t look at it in disgust. They’re very supportive.” Her father, Rafael Deleon, said he supports her 100 per cent. “Most people might consider twerking videos sexual, but I look at in a different light,” he said. “She’s just having fun.” https://v.cdn.vine.co/r/videos/A37A2E62471112147629426495488_18b7d1e49f4.3.2.mp4?versionId=0kMttYxTM6pPxP4DNgGcIYeHJChrKdai She even thinks her grandmother would approve. “She’s wild and crazy like me, so if I were to show her she would probably get excited and try to do it with me.” Ms Vanessa claims she has received a lot of abuse and has suffered two breakdowns where she wanted to delete her social media accounts (she didn’t). “I get plenty of comments, rude comments, mean comments,” she said. “At one point I was getting hate after hate and it really got to me. I remember I cried in my room — I didn’t have anybody to go to. I felt alone, like, how can I have 1.9 million followers and feel this alone?” http://www.news.com.au/finance/work/vine-celebrity-jessica-vanessa-quit-her-job-as-a-kindergarten-teacher-now-makes-six-figures-from-twerking/story-fnkgbb3b-1227093897582 Her family is very open-minded; her brother Joshua is her cameraman.
  14. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IislmgIpfEc&list=UUDG1hhp_N2TpzDqgBRZC6nA&index=21
  15. xFINISHxHIMx

    Cromwell did things again....