Melody Judge

What's on the mind of Melody Judge? She's the farm girl that loves stilettos and is always ready to add more boots to her collection.
Posts from May 2014
by Melody Judge posted May 30 2014 5:36AM
A 23-year-old guy was driving through a safari park in England recently, and dropped his phone.  Park officials told him to stay inside his car, but eventually returned it.  When they did, the guy realized an ELEPHANT had accidentally taken a SELFIE on it.  Seriously.
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by Melody Judge posted May 28 2014 5:37AM
What toppings do you like on your burger?
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by Melody Judge posted May 28 2014 5:23AM

Baz Luhrmann - Everybody's Free To Wear Sunscreen

Via http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTJ7AzBIJoI

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by Melody Judge posted May 23 2014 8:39AM
  They all enter and exit through the cat door
.• Frequently seen walking on their clothesline.
• You overhear the guy complimenting his wife by saying, “The beard looks nice today.”
• Every Saturday night ‘Monkey Boy’ passes out on your lawn.
• They’re always swallowing your rake.
• Everywhere you look … sawdust.
• Literally, freaks on the porch.
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by Melody Judge posted May 23 2014 6:34AM
Unless you're a communist, you'll probably eat between one and 17 burgers this weekend.  So what are you gonna put on it?  A not-very-exciting new survey had Americans rank 10 of the most popular burger toppings.  And coming in at number one was . . . KETCHUP.   For some reason, CHEESE wasn't one of the choices.  I guess that would technically make it a cheeseburger, so maybe that's why they left it off the list?  We're not sure.  Anyway, here are the top 10 most popular burger toppings, in order:  Ketchup, onions, tomatoes, lettuce, mustard, pickles, mayo, bacon, mushrooms, and barbecue sauce.  I think we can assume that if they'd included cheese as an option, it would've been number one.   (ABC News)
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by Melody Judge posted May 22 2014 9:23AM
Jon Bon Jovi reportedly wants to buy the Buffalo Bills and move the NFL team to Toronto—but angry Western New Yorkers are fighting back. A group calling itself 12th Man Thunder is calling for all Buffalo businesses to ban Bon Jovi from their establishments, WGRZ reports. What does that mean? USA Today has the group's rules: Bars, clubs, DJs, and bands will not play Bon Jovi songs—including on the jukebox—and Bon Jovi himself will not be allowed inside any businesses. More than 60 businesses have signed on.

(NEWSER)
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by Melody Judge posted May 22 2014 8:30AM
Dieting can be pretty antisocial.  It's harder to go out for dinner, it's harder to go to parties . . . and it's hard because you might be making the people around you feel like LAZY SLOBS.  So this makes a lot of sense.  A new study found that for every seven pounds you lose on a diet, you ALSO lose one FRIEND.  The study included more than 2,500 people who dieted in the past 18 months . . . and 81% said they'd lost at least one friend in the process.  65% said they'd lost a friend because the friend was jealous . . . and 53% said they'd lost a friend because the lifestyle changes they made during the diet drove them apart.  But . . . it's a sacrifice almost ALL of them would make again.  92% say losing weight made a, quote, "significant positive impact" on their life . . . regardless of the friends they lost. 
(Daily Mail)
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by Melody Judge posted May 22 2014 6:51AM
You know how it's common to get sick after taking a flight? Well, there's a very good reason why. And it doesn't have anything to do with the guy sitting next to you who coughed for five hours.New research shows that deadly germs can live in plane cabins (on upholstery, tray tables, metal buttons, toilet handles, armrests, etc.) for up to a week (because of the dry air).So even though airlines claim they clean the inside of the plane after you leave, you should always carry hand sanitizer and wet wipes with you to clean off anything you're planning on touching. Your immune system will thank you for it. (CBS)  

And one more thing....PLEASE keep your feet to yourself. Bare feet don't belong on the back of the chair in front of you. It's gross. 
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by Melody Judge posted May 21 2014 9:13AM

Mother Bear Rescues Baby Bear

Via http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fP3rigAU7V4

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by Melody Judge posted May 21 2014 6:49AM

A New Champion Is Crowned (The Voice Highlight)

Via http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uql97_khx1Q

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by Melody Judge posted May 20 2014 6:55AM
Merriam-Webster is adding over 150 words to the newest edition of its "Collegiate Dictionary".  And as usual, things that have to do with technology and the internet tend to dominate.  Here are the top 13 new internet and tech words . . .  
1. Hashtag. 
2.  Selfie.  In November, the Oxford English Dictionary named "selfie" the Word of the Year.  Although Webster's went with"science".) 
3. Hot spot . . . as in a WiFi hot spot. 
4.  Big data.  Which they define as, quote, "an accumulation of data that is too large and complex for processing by traditional database management tools."
 5.  Auto-Tune. 
6.  Crowdfunding . . . when you raise money through websites like Kickstarter. 
7.  Dubstep.  That's the electronic music that pretty much requires a computer to create. 
8.  E-waste . . . which is anything tech-related that you throw away.
9.  Social networking. 
10.  Tweep . . . a person who uses Twitter. 
11.  Catfish . . . as in someone "catfishes" you online, and pretends to be someone they're not. 
12.  Fangirl.  Obviously it's the female version of fanboy.  As in, a girl who's WAY too into something.  They're both kind of an online phenomenon. 
13.  Spoiler alert.  
But there are actually a few words that DON'T deal directly with technology and the internet. The top seven are:  
1.  Baby bump. 
2.  Fracking. 
3.  Freegan.  That's, quote, "an activist who scavenges for free food . . . as in waste receptacles at stores and restaurants . . . as a means of reducing consumption of resources." 
4.  Gamification . . . where you add game elements to something that ISN'T a game to make more people interested in it. 
5.  Steampunk . . . which is, quote, "science fiction dealing with 19th-century societies dominated by historical or imagined steam-powered technology." 
6.  Turducken . . . "a boneless chicken stuffed into a boneless duck stuffed into a boneless turkey." 
7.  Yooper . . . a native of Michigan's Upper Peninsula.  
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by Melody Judge posted May 20 2014 5:36AM

5/18/14 Wright to Newcastle, WY Supercell Time-Lapse

Via http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VoO89cqDgJU

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by Melody Judge posted May 16 2014 9:32AM

Godzilla - Official Main Trailer [HD]

Via http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIu85WQTPRc

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by Melody Judge posted May 16 2014 9:29AM
 "Cosmo" recently came out with a list of things that make a guy instantly more attractive.  So here's 15 things that instantly make a guy LESS attractive.
1.  Aggressive or reckless driving. 
2.  A soul patch or goatee. 
3.  Wearing anything by Ed Hardy.  
4.  Smoking.  
5.  Calling all their friends "bro." 
6.  Having no hobbies or interests. 
7.  Not reading books. 
8.  Bad manners. 
9.  Bad grammar or spelling.  
10.  Being rude to servers, bartenders, or people who work in retail.     11.  Swearing a lot.    
12.  Indecisiveness.  
13.  Wearing a Bluetooth headset everywhere.     
14.  Wearing a fedora.
15.  Calling their ex "crazy." 
 (Cosmopolitan)
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