Kettering University student Will Foster builds fully operational half-size Panzer tank.
I found the original article at Fox News, it says that he can also shot tennis balls and empty cans of Red Bull out of that thing. I don’t know I think it’s kind of odd that someone would put so much time and effort into building a Tank, but I guess he will always win at paint ball contests!
In Creepy News Today We Have ~ Yearning for Zion Ranch:
According to Wikpedia, The YFZ Ranch, also known as the Yearning for Zion Ranch, is a 1,700-acre (7 km²) compound just outside of Eldorado in Southwest Texas. It is owned by the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. (like this is a big fucking surprise), It is about 145 miles (233 km) southwest of Abilene and 4 miles (6 km) northeast of Eldorado, Texas. The Ranch was settled by members of the FLDS Church who left Hildale, Utah and Colorado City, Arizona under increasing scrutiny from the media, anti-polygamy activists and law enforcement officials.
The church purchased the ranch in 2004 and quickly began development on the property. When William Benjamin Johnson, who was fined for hunting without a license, purchased the property he insisted that the buildings were a corporate hunting retreat. (Give me a Break, well I guess you could say it’s a hunting ground, hunting for young girls that is, and I guess you could call it a place where pedophiles and perverts retreat to get away with it!) Later, ranch officials disclosed that the hunting retreat story was untrue; the buildings were part of the FLDS church’s new compound.
Currently the ranch, home to as many as 400 people who relocated from Arizona and Utah compounds, houses a temple, a waste treatment facility, a 29,000-square-foot (2,700 m²) house for FLDS Church President Warren Jeffs and his wives, a meeting house, and several dormitory-style buildings. There are generators, gardens, a grain silo, and a large stone quarry that is being cut for the temple. The ranch is thought to be self-sufficient. According to preliminary tax assessments, about $3 million worth of buildings have been put up. The sect has been fined over $34,000 over environmental violations in connection with buildings on the ranch, mainly due to its failure to obtain the required permits for its cement mixing operations.
Looks like they all just got busted and it’s about damn time! If you haven’t read the story and said an amen you can find it at: