Posts tagged with ‘florida

This is the box of crazy: Found box contains one man’s drawings of a weird alien/angel encounter from 1977

"So a friend of mine found this box by the trash, it is full of wonderful, crazy illustrations. Clearly something happened to this guy that was very memorable. It measures roughly 29" by 38" and almost all the drawings are very large."

Half of the box just contains old letters, boring technical drawings and hand-drawn world maps. The other half is full of illustrations, sketches and description of one man’s bizarre encounter on night in Florida in 1977 with flying beast-serpent-angel alien creatures.

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Gonna be in Orlando in October? Want to rock out with nerds? It’s Nerdapalooza 2013!

If you’re going to be in or around Orlando, Florida October 18,19, and 20, then you should check this out. Tons of indie game developers, tons of visual artists, and tons of amazing bands. From Nerf Herder, to MC Frontalot, this event is going to have something for everyone.

Check it out Here:
www.nerdapalooza.org

And keep an eye out for the guy in an IHC shirt, thats me.

Google Maps Camera-toting teams map Florida beaches - San Jose Mercury News, via @debcha
"I enjoyed most the desolate stretches of unpopulated islands where literally all I heard for hours was waves and birds," he said. "This is a way to bring those experiences to people who for whatever reason — health, money, whatever — will never be able to get here."
Matthews and Officer have seen dolphins frolicking, sea turtles, sting rays, even alligators. On a remote bird-sanctuary beach, a shore bird even dive-bombed the Google cameras.
Already, the duo has trekked past thousands of vacationers splashing in warm Gulf waters or relaxing on powdery white beaches in such destinations as Pensacola, Destin and Panama City. “I’ve had a couple of people offer me a beer. Unfortunately, I don’t take it because I’m kind of in the middle of a workout,” Officer said.

Google Maps Camera-toting teams map Florida beaches - San Jose Mercury News, via @debcha

"I enjoyed most the desolate stretches of unpopulated islands where literally all I heard for hours was waves and birds," he said. "This is a way to bring those experiences to people who for whatever reason — health, money, whatever — will never be able to get here."

Matthews and Officer have seen dolphins frolicking, sea turtles, sting rays, even alligators. On a remote bird-sanctuary beach, a shore bird even dive-bombed the Google cameras.

Already, the duo has trekked past thousands of vacationers splashing in warm Gulf waters or relaxing on powdery white beaches in such destinations as Pensacola, Destin and Panama City. “I’ve had a couple of people offer me a beer. Unfortunately, I don’t take it because I’m kind of in the middle of a workout,” Officer said.

Sinkhole Swallows Disney Resort In Clermont Florida

Pretty sure not even God is a fan of Florida

At the George Zimmerman trial, juror B37 “hates all media”, thinks Martin’s murder was “just something that happened” and called him “a colored boy”

Watching this bit of the jury selection process makes me cringe, because I’ve seen this in person and it’s pretty much par for the course for lawyers to spend hours and hours and hours weeding out anyone who shows the slightest hint of intelligence to try and pack the jury box with the dumbest people in the community. And this is what happens. How about lawyers get their picks, then each lawyer gets to drop one person… that’s it. 

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Also in Florida, a woman just got 20 years for firing warning shots to keep her abusive husband away from her

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While one jury in Florida let George Zimmerman walk for shooting an unarmed teenager after Zimmerman got his ass kicked in a fight he started, another jury in Florida gave 31 year old Marissa Alexander 20 years for firing warning shots when Alexander’s abusive husband came after her with the expressed intent of trying to kill her. Yay justice.

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Daily Discussion: George Zimmerman, discuss

While I’ve managed to refrain from posting on the trial of George Zimmerman, I’ve gotten plenty of requests for discussion. And since the case goes to jury today, it could be your last chance to get on your soap box here at IHC, so discuss.

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And in amazingly embarrassing news, Florida accidentally banned computers

If you’re reading this in Florida right now, you’re committing a crime. In an attempt to crack down on slot machines and internet gambling, Florida legislators passed a bill to make internet cafes illegal. However, thanks to some poorly worded descriptions in the bill, they got more than they bargained for and have technically made any system of network of devices that can connect to the internet illegal. Not surprisingly, lawsuits are on their way.

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Florida restaurant angers the local population over its lion meat tacos

When Taco Fusion in Tampa introduced its lion meat taco, I guess they thought it was going to be a hit. Instead, it’s pissed off quite a few people in town and across Florida. The menu item has caused protests and bomb threats, but now I’m curious as to what a lion meat taco tastes like.

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Vice takes a look at Spring Break partying in Panama City Beach, Florida

An overview of the 8 week period of Spring Break in Panama City Beach, Florida, when hundreds of thousands of students take over the usually sleepy beach town. We talk to the mayor, the chief of police, the owner of the largest club in the United States, and an evangelical street preacher who protests spring breakers with a bullhorn at the beach and says that “Spring Break is just another excuse for people to sin.”

Florida State student sends all computers to Meatspin

If you’re not familiar with Meatspin, just Google it. Everybody at Florida State University is all too familiar with the website after a student, 26 year old Benjamin Blouin sent all computers to Meatspin at once, forcing faculty, staff and students to see how long they could endure a hypnotic spinning penis/tranny sex video.

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