"Labor" day update number 2. #cats #alfred
Talk about “labor” day. Psshh #cats #alfred
August 22, 1934: Al Capone Arrives on Alactraz Island
On this day in 1934, celebrity gangster Al Capone arrived on Alcatraz Island, after being transferred from Atlanta Federal Penitentiary in Georgia.
Was Al Capone the quintessential self-made American man, a ruthless killer or both? His name sparks images of pin-stripe suits and bloody violence, but why do Americans continue to be fascinated by this man? Al Capone: Icon examines Capone’s lasting legacy to determine why – watch the full episode here.
Photo: Al Capone (front and center) being escorted to the train in Chicago that would take him to U. S. Federal Penitentiary in Atlanta.
He is slowly and incessantly screaming at us to eat concoctions such as beer-battered meatball sandwiches, wrapped in a pizza and deep-fried in lard.
The answer might surprise you! Or more likely, it won’t… In any case, read on for an epic tale of lies, deception, stolen work, and crappy logos.
I’m telling you, the terminology within the game is absolutely hilarious.
"Diners distracted by their phones have become a real pain in the restaurant business, interfering with the flow of transactions and generally slowing things down.”
Image: Anna Bryukhanova/iStockphoto
Bodega Cats In Their Own Words: Victoria and Sheeba of Park Slope, Brooklyn
It’s going to be very hard to take a shower with this going on.
… you know I’ve had my share.
That’s a pretty solid data.
This is excellent news.
Why do you look so sad? A:
Because I'm cleaning B:
It’s better than Uncle Asshole