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Matt Damon is one of Hollywood's leading men, but the former Sexiest Man Alive doesn't want his career to depend only on his appearance… Infact, he avoids taking his shirt off for "Beefcake Shots."
13 Dec 2011
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Stripping down and taking turns showing off in front of the mirror in the health fitness club. aka Golds Gym.
3 Apr 2008
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29 Apr 2011
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Ross Stockwell, Digital Image Maverick was Director of Photography for the Fullmonto Beefcake Calendar Project. In this video he discusses the photo shoots and the project
16 Feb 2007
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As the historic 2008 election drawers near Americas Bad Kid host Johnny Torrani travels to beautiful Sayreville, NJ to meet the band the bad kids like, GWAR. GWAR is currently touring the county on their Electile Dysfunction ’08 tour. During the interview Johnny finds out just how gay slipknot is, how to rip a baby in half and how much blood is in Barack Obama. On the Electile Dysfunction tour we see how the 2008 Presidential candidates stack up in the squared circle. GWAR and there cave troll ally Bone snapper takes on the likes of John McCain, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and the Destructo clan. Be sure to check out this installment of Americas Bad Kids for a great chance to see Oderus Urungus talk about his relationship with El Duce and the Mentors and the upcoming GWAR album. Americas Bad Kids would like to officially declare our endorsement for Beefcake the Mighty for President of the United States. In the words of Beefcake “Fuck your vote” For more things the Bad Kids like you can check out www.americasbadkids.com or find ABK on MySpace at www.myspace.com/americasbadkidstv Don’t forget to subscribe to the RSS feed to stay up to date with all Bad Kids releases.
3 Nov 2008
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PRINCE PURPLE AND GOLD SONG "NEW" http://funfactsandinfo.blogspot.com PRINCE PURPLE AND GOLD SONG "NEW" It's common for networks to cut to celebrity faces in the crowd at playoff games like last weekend's Divisional round matchup between the Cowboys and the Minnesota Vikings, but FOX seemed particularly tickled by the presence of one Prince, hanging out in a skybox, surrounded by sporting-fan folk and stonefaced in his observation tower despite his home team's 34-3 blowout. Everybody I watched it with was equally amused, if only for the juxtaposed shots of beefcaked offensive lineman with this spritely extraterrestrial nymph in a fashion-forward black jacket. But it's not so odd when you think about it: Prince did play the Super Bowl. And because, purple. Vikings paraphernalia wouldn't clash in Prince's home one bit, and that's probably a pretty important litmus test for fandom when you call your home Paisley Park. Moreover Prince and Brett Favre regularly do things with their bodies that make younger men (and women) blush. This all just makes sense.Somewhat odder although no less amusing is "Purple & Gold," the fight song Prince has written and recorded for his beloved Purple Ones. He wrote it after watching them rout Romo, telling the Minnesota AP News it was the first time he'd seen the Vikings play in years and that afterward he "saw the future." And the future is contained in this song, which is less Super Bowl Shuffle and more along the lines of a Kingdom Hall hymnal. "Raise every voice and let it be known in the name of the purple and gold." http://funfactsandinfo.blogspot.com
22 Jan 2010
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PURPLE AND GOLD BY PRINCE http://funfactsandinfo.blogspot.com PURPLE AND GOLD BY PRINCE It's common for networks to cut to celebrity faces in the crowd at playoff games like last weekend's Divisional round matchup between the Cowboys and the Minnesota Vikings, but FOX seemed particularly tickled by the presence of one Prince, hanging out in a skybox, surrounded by sporting-fan folk and stonefaced in his observation tower despite his home team's 34-3 blowout. Everybody I watched it with was equally amused, if only for the juxtaposed shots of beefcaked offensive lineman with this spritely extraterrestrial nymph in a fashion-forward black jacket. But it's not so odd when you think about it: Prince did play the Super Bowl. And because, purple. Vikings paraphernalia wouldn't clash in Prince's home one bit, and that's probably a pretty important litmus test for fandom when you call your home Paisley Park. Moreover Prince and Brett Favre regularly do things with their bodies that make younger men (and women) blush. This all just makes sense.Somewhat odder although no less amusing is "Purple & Gold," the fight song Prince has written and recorded for his beloved Purple Ones. He wrote it after watching them rout Romo, telling the Minnesota AP News it was the first time he'd seen the Vikings play in years and that afterward he "saw the future." And the future is contained in this song, which is less Super Bowl Shuffle and more along the lines of a Kingdom Hall hymnal. "Raise every voice and let it be known in the name of the purple and gold." http://funfactsandinfo.blogspot.com
22 Jan 2010
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PRINCE PURPLE AND GOLD WORDS http://funfactsandinfo.blogspot.com PRINCE PURPLE AND GOLD WORDS It's common for networks to cut to celebrity faces in the crowd at playoff games like last weekend's Divisional round matchup between the Cowboys and the Minnesota Vikings, but FOX seemed particularly tickled by the presence of one Prince, hanging out in a skybox, surrounded by sporting-fan folk and stonefaced in his observation tower despite his home team's 34-3 blowout. Everybody I watched it with was equally amused, if only for the juxtaposed shots of beefcaked offensive lineman with this spritely extraterrestrial nymph in a fashion-forward black jacket. But it's not so odd when you think about it: Prince did play the Super Bowl. And because, purple. Vikings paraphernalia wouldn't clash in Prince's home one bit, and that's probably a pretty important litmus test for fandom when you call your home Paisley Park. Moreover Prince and Brett Favre regularly do things with their bodies that make younger men (and women) blush. This all just makes sense.Somewhat odder although no less amusing is "Purple & Gold," the fight song Prince has written and recorded for his beloved Purple Ones. He wrote it after watching them rout Romo, telling the Minnesota AP News it was the first time he'd seen the Vikings play in years and that afterward he "saw the future." And the future is contained in this song, which is less Super Bowl Shuffle and more along the lines of a Kingdom Hall hymnal. "Raise every voice and let it be known in the name of the purple and gold." http://funfactsandinfo.blogspot.com
22 Jan 2010
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Episodes: 1) Tiger Cat / Feeding Time / Polar Peril 2) Joyriding Jokers / Cat Got Your Luggage? / City Dump Chum 3) Way Off Broadway / Egg Beats / Cry Uncle 4) Bats What I Like about the South / Fraidycat Scat / Tomb It May Concern 5) Din-O-Sores / Freaky Tiki / Prehisterics 6) Digital Dilemma / Hi, Robot / Tomcat Jetpack 7) Fire Breathing Tom Cat / Medieval Menace / The Itch 8) Ho Ho Horrors / Doggone Hill Hog / Northern Light Fish Fight 9) Cat Nebula / Martian Mice / Spaced Out Cat 10) Octo Suave / Beach Bully Bingo / Treasure Map Scrap 11) Destruction Junction / Battle of the Power Tools / Jackhammered Cat 12) Tin Cat of Tomorrow / Beefcake Tom / Tomcat Superstar 13) Piranha Be Loved By You / Spook House Mouse / Abracadumb
14 Jun 2010
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Episodes: 1) Tiger Cat / Feeding Time / Polar Peril 2) Joyriding Jokers / Cat Got Your Luggage? / City Dump Chum 3) Way Off Broadway / Egg Beats / Cry Uncle 4) Bats What I Like about the South / Fraidycat Scat / Tomb It May Concern 5) Din-O-Sores / Freaky Tiki / Prehisterics 6) Digital Dilemma / Hi, Robot / Tomcat Jetpack 7) Fire Breathing Tom Cat / Medieval Menace / The Itch 8) Ho Ho Horrors / Doggone Hill Hog / Northern Light Fish Fight 9) Cat Nebula / Martian Mice / Spaced Out Cat 10) Octo Suave / Beach Bully Bingo / Treasure Map Scrap 11) Destruction Junction / Battle of the Power Tools / Jackhammered Cat 12) Tin Cat of Tomorrow / Beefcake Tom / Tomcat Superstar 13) Piranha Be Loved By You / Spook House Mouse / Abracadumb
1 Apr 2010
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Der 13-jährige Gunther Strobbe (Kenneth Vanbaeden) lebt gemeinsam mit seinem Vater, dem Säufer und Nichtsnutz Marcel alias Celle (Koen De Graeve) und dessen drei ebenso abgewrackten Onkeln Lowie „Petrol“ (Wouter Hendrickx), Pieter „Beefcake“ (Johan Heldenbergh) und Koen (Bert Haelvoet) bei seiner liebenswürdigen Großmutter (Gilda de Bal). Während sich die alte Dame abrackert, haben die vier erwachsenen Männer nichts als Unsinn im Kopf und sind mit wenig anderem beschäftigt, als die Ehre der Strobbes in der Dorfkneipe und bei Großereignissen wie einem Nacktfahrradrennen oder dem Weltrekordversuch im Dauerbiertrinken zu verteidigen. Und Gunther ist immer mit dabei. Auch zwanzig Jahre später, als Gunther (nun gespielt von Valentijn Dhaenens) ein erfolgloser Schriftsteller geworden ist, der versucht, seine Geschichte zu Papier und sein Leben auf die Reihe zu bringen, wird klar, wie sehr ihn die Vergangenheit noch immer beschäftigt. Und man spürt die Angst, dass er genauso werden könnte wie sein Vater. Gelingt es Gunther, seinen vorgezeichneten Weg zu verlassen?
25 May 2010
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In which I talk about Skyrim, and going to Charleston for the SC-ASA meeting, and having to pee, and a story from tutoring lab, and skyrim, skyrim, skyrim, SKYRIM! SKYRIM! SKYREMS! KSIRMES! NOISES! SUSBCRIBE! Like! Comment! Leave feedback! Ping Pong Playing Robots! http://tinyurl.com/6nu8mjk Today's Uncyclopedia: The Knights in White Satin were an order of warrior monks who first organized in the 11th Century to protest the rough undergarments of the time. Shunning the coarse wool habits and hair shirts of other monastic orders, the Knights went on pilgrimages and Holy Crusades, never reaching the end. They traveled bedecked in white satin, green silks, and Chantilly lace but then this comfort-seeking order fell on hard times. Enemies such as the Knights Templar and the Saracens realized their swords and spears would easily pierce the effeminate robes of the Knights in White Satin so by the end of the 13th Century they were all but extinct. Only later were the Knights to return, with a renewed and more sinister existence in the United States in the early years of the 20th Century before once again vanishing from history. The Knights in White Satin were founded in London, England by a dainty, foppish mendicant by the name of Friar Eustace (born circa 1013 AD). Having been turned away from the Benedictines and Franciscans due to his tendency to wear satin negligees under his robes, Friar Eustace sought an order of people who would understand what he was going through, and would know just what the truth was. At the age of 23, he proclaimed that Christ had come to him in a dream and told him of beauty he'd always missed, with his eyes before. Friar Eustace awoke from his dream and gathered a small army of unemployed beefcake soldiers to join his new brotherhood. He promised them opulence and luxury, assuring them that they would always eat sweetmeats and parade in white satin undershorts. They quickly went to work and constructed a monastery on an abandoned lot near the London First Millennium Tower. There, they trained for battle in soft silks while reading Bibles and chanting prayers.
13 Nov 2011
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WrestleMania 2 was the second annual WrestleMania professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by the World Wrestling Federation (although the first WrestleMania was only on pay-per-view in select areas). It took place on April 7, 1986 at three venues: the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, New York, the Rosemont Horizon in Rosemont, Illinois, and the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena in Los Angeles, California. Each venue had one main event match with a large undercard. As with the first WrestleMania, the matches were shown on closed-circuit television across North America. The event was also the first WrestleMania to air on the national pay-per-view market. This was the first WrestleMania to use cardinal numbers (Arabic numerals). The commentating teams consisted of Vince McMahon and Susan Saint James in New York, Gorilla Monsoon, Gene Okerlund, and Cathy Lee Crosby in Chicago and Jesse Ventura, Lord Alfred Hayes, and Elvira in Los Angeles. The ring announcers were Howard Finkel (New York), Chet Coppock (Chicago), and Lee Marshall (Los Angeles). The main event at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum was a boxing match where Mr. T defeated Roddy Piper by disqualification. Matches on the undercard were Randy Savage versus George Steele for the WWF Intercontinental Championship, Jake Roberts versus George Wells and Paul Orndorff versus The Magnificent Don Muraco. The main event at Rosemont Horizon was a 20-man battle royal which included WWF wrestlers and NFL football players. The undercard featured a WWF Tag Team Championship match where British Bulldogs (Davey Boy Smith and Dynamite Kid) defeated champions Dream Team (Greg Valentine and Brutus Beefcake) to win the titles, a WWF Women's Championship match between The Fabulous Moolah and Velvet McIntyre and a flag match between Corporal Kirchner and Nikolai Volkoff. The main event at Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena was a WWF Championship match where Hulk Hogan defeated King Kong Bundy in a steel cage match to retain the title. The undercard featured Terry Funk and Hoss Funk versus Junkyard Dog and Tito Santana in a tag team match, Adrian Adonis versus Uncle Elmer and Ricky Steamboat versus Hercules.
9 Feb 2012
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Classic Game Room reviews IKARI WARRIORS from SNK for the Nintendo Entertainment System NES. This 1986 version of the arcade masterpiece is bright, loud, shooty and it's Ikari Warriors! You can almost see the sweat on the beefcakes running through the jungle machine gunning mindless waves of enemies. Take command of tanks, helicopters and foot power as you shoot and destroy everything that moves. Play with a friend for 2 player co-op gameplay. This Ikari Warrios review has gameplay footage from the NES game cartridge, Ikari Warriors showing game play from the Nintendo Entertainment System. Classic Game Room reviews NES games as a retro reviewer reviewing classic NES carts like Ikari Warriors from 1986. Old school shooting awesomeness. With other SNK titles like King of Fighters being released today, will Ikari Warriors be remade for the PS3 Playstation 3 or Xbox 360 XBLA any time soon? We need a modern remake of Ikari Warriors with Robotron style controls! This Ikari Warriors arcade machine had a very unique rotating joystick design, too bad the NES version does not.
9 Aug 2012
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Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake Theme
22 Apr 2011
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A 2000 Tom and Jerry cartoon. Tom and Jerry, Beefcake Tom, a story that told us about a very lazy cat, named Tom, here, in the living room, he used to watch while eating snack and soda. Jerry, who saw this, feel a little bored, Then he taunt Tom, and Tom began to catch Jerry. But Tom was unable to catch Jerry, because his body ate too much, Then Tom started to fitness, Here, Jerry still bugging Tom a little, but who knows, because of Jerry, Tom was able to get an ideal body Copyright by Warner Bros.
10 Oct 2012
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