April, 2010 | SeMeN SPeRmS SuPeR SiTe

Good Grief!

    • It started with an explosion that destroyed the Nirvana shop in Dublin’s Capel Street on Feb. 12. Five days later a Molotov cocktail was thrown into the Happy Hippy store in North Frederick Street. Since then seven retail outlets with similar exotic names have been attacked with incendiary devices in different parts of Ireland, the latest being the Magic Bus Stop in Dundalk on April 15. They are all so-called “head shops,” which specialize in the sale of legal drugs and associated paraphernalia. There are 70 such stores in the Republic of Ireland, and clearly some organization or group of citizens wants to put them out of business.
    • One of the officials said she received a phone call from a confidential informant who asked her if it was illegal to have sex with an animal. When told yes, the informant said he had a video on his cell phone of Kerner having sex with a horse, court documents state. Because of Kerner’s alleged sexual activities with other men and animals, the informant, who had dated the woman, and his Jack Russell terrier both contracted sexually transmitted diseases, court documents state.
    • Mushroom grow-ops are easier to hide than marijuana grow-ops, Heslop said. “They are smaller. They are easily concealable and don’t need the hydro or lighting situations (marijuana) grow-ops do,” he said. “It can be done in a closet or a corner really out of the way of everybody.”
    • Like mother like son, Tupac (above, with Afeni) smoked marijuana. “I’d ratha be ya N-I-G-G-A,” he sang, “so we can get drunk and smoke weed all day.”
    • We conclude (i) that the acute effects of smoking cannabis impair performance for a period of about 4 hours; (ii) long-term heavy use of cannabis can impair cognitive ability, but it is not clear that heavy cannabis users represent a meaningful job safety risk unless using before work or on the job; (iii) urine tests have poor validity and low sensitivity to detect employees who represent a safety risk; (iv) drug testing is related to reductions in the prevalence of cannabis positive tests among employees, but this might not translate into fewer cannabis users; and (v) urinalysis has not been shown to have a meaningful impact on job injury/accident rates.
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    How I Got My V-Card Back

      • Haaah, Second link on the bottom is to my Twitter!
      • The ad was a success — from Conran’s viewpoint. It seems pervs from all over Greater Hartford descended on the woman’s house. Some showed up at her door, while others drove slowly through the neighborhood. It got so bad that the woman’s brother-in-law had to stand guard to shoo the creeps away. But it wasn’t all innocent weirdness. One moron showed up at the wrong house and was arrested after groping a teenage girl. Needless to say, police weren’t amused by Conran’s little hijinx. They got with Craigslist and the IP provider and traced the bogus ad back to Conran.
      • T.D. Gonzalez’s sister, Jessica, a 12th grader, said, “I know they were talking about doing this on 4-20, April 20th, Bob Marley Day, but Bob Marley was about marijuana, and not about overdosing. This could have killed some students. Plus, today is not really Bob Marley Day. 420 is a national marijuana day.” “It’s retarded,” said 8th grader Carlos Salvat. “It’s dumb. It’s about getting sick for nothing.”
      • A Russian hacker who says he is living in New Zealand attempted to sell the login details of millions of Facebook users – an unprecedented attack on the world’s biggest social networking site.
      • Dr Abecassis performs a “hymenoplasty” as it’s called, at least two to three times a week. Re-connecting the tissue of the hymen takes about 30 minutes under local anaesthetic.He says the average age of the patient is about 25, and they come from all social backgrounds. Although the surgery is performed in clinics around the world, Dr Abecassis is one of the few Arab surgeons who talks openly about it. Some of the women come to him because they need virginity certificates in order to marry.
        “She can be in danger because sometimes it’s a matter of traditions and family,” says Dr Abecassis. “I believe we as doctors have no right to decide for her or judge her.”
        With Chinese manufacturers leading the way, there are now non-surgical options on the market as well. One website sells artificial hymens for just £20 (23 euros). The Chinese hymen is made of elastic and filled with fake blood. Once inserted in the vagina, the woman can simulate virginity, the company claims.
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          Beastiality Bed ‘n Breakfast

          • a 16-year-old Arkansas boy is suing his mother for hacking into his Facebook account and allegedly posting slanderous remarks.
          • Police say a Pennsylvania father went to his son’s elementary school to retrieve nearly four ounces of marijuana from the kindergartner’s Elmo backpack.
          • Two billboards in Marsa advertising the Pope’s visit to Malta got the unlikely addition of two stencilled images of what looks like a panda. It is not clear why the “artist” in question juxtaposed the bears with the Pope. The organising committee was alerted yesterday morning and it plans to erase the images.
          • Consider this a public service announcement for you youngsters out there. As the following video illustrates, you should never take acid before going to the Boston airport if you’re young and stupid and can’t hold your acid
          • Mary Dennis, a 38-year-old mom from Clark County, Indiana, was going through a divorce and admitted to police that it was a “crazy time in her life.” So she decided to make it even crazier by inviting her daughter’s teenage friends over for group sex… The bashes began last September, when Dennis began hosting boys for sessions of drink and getting naked. She knew her 13-year-old daughter was having sex with at least two boys, and it seems mom wanted to get in on the act. Over time, police say Dennis sexed up seven boys. Her daughter told police she once walked past mom’s bedroom to find her having sex with one boy while two others watched. Dennis also carried on a multiple-month relationship with one boy who eventually came to see himself as the man of the house.
          • “I’ve been spending some time cleaning out my studio, and when I found these 70’s vintage Popy toy catalogs, I felt the need to scan-and-share. Aside from the obvious and gratuitous display of voluptuous toy pr0n, I’m digging the photography and graphic design, which, like pretty much everything from Japan, goes that extra mile to make even the most simple piece of promo/commercial ephemera look irresistible. Just look at that type treatment! Probably hand-drawn, too. The JM (standing for “Jumbo Machinder”) shield/stamp on the back is wonderful too.”
          • From the perspective of a war planner or soldier, the feral city is also spatially impenetrable, a maze resistant to aerial mapping. Indeed, its “buildings, other structures, and subterranean spaces, would offer nearly perfect protection from overhead sensors, whether satellites or unmanned aerial vehicles,” Norton writes. This is something Russell W. Glenn, formerly of the RAND Corporation—an Air Force think tank based in Southern California—calls “combat in Hell.” In his 1996 report of that name, Glenn pointed out that “urban terrain confronts military commanders with a synergism of difficulties rarely found in other environments,” many of which are technological. For instance, the effects of radio communications and global positioning systems can be radically limited by dense concentrations of architecture, turning what might otherwise be an exotic experience of pedestrian urbanism into a claustrophobic labyrinth inhabited by unseen enemy combatants.
          • A Twin Falls woman convicted of forcing a 13-year-old boy to touch her breasts was sentenced Monday to life in prison.
          • Is there a “Cow Tunnel” somewhere beneath 12th Avenue right now, just waiting for landmark designation? According to Edible Geography, historian Betty Fussel discovered that cattle traffic was so heavy in the 1870s that a tunnel was built to increase the flow to slaughterhouses along 12th Avenue and 34th Street. The underground passages were eventually made redundant when refrigerated train cars were introduced, but they’re rumored to still be there!
          • Cult figure Kim Fowley, record producer, rock impresario, songwriter and musician. Manager of The Runaways, Animal Man and the original Mayor of the Sunset Strip. “One of the most colorful characters in the annals of rock & roll.” Thrill to gossipy stories of Sly Stone and Doris Day; Sonny and Cher; Cat Stevens, Led Zeppelin, Gene Vincent and more.
          • Olympic Governing Body Under Fire; 36 Swim Coaches Banned for Life Because of Sexual Misconduct with Teens
          • Over the next five days, she was sexually assaulted three times by Seagal at a house “many miles from New Orleans in a remote rural area of Jefferson Parish,” the suit said. Seagal also kept “two young Russian ‘attendants’ on staff who were available for his sexual needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week,” it said.
          • The system that Lower Merion school officials used to track lost and stolen laptops wound up secretly capturing thousands of images, including photographs of students in their homes, Web sites they visited, and excerpts of their online chats, says a new motion filed in a suit against the district.
          • But perhaps one of the most fascinating, feverishly-rumoured tales about the band concerns a stash of drugs John Lennon supposedly buried in his garden in 1967. The rock legend is said to have dug a hole for a vast quantity of LSD at Kenwood, in Weybridge, Surrey only to then forget where he’d put them, leaving the illegal bounty hidden underground forever. It has now emerged that a group of builders working at the estate, where Lennon lived between 1964 and 1968, have made an amazing and potentially decisive discovery while digging up the lawn. They are reported to have found a leather holdall containing several large, broken glass bottles, plus one that has not smashed.
          • The new highs include substances such as MDPV, methylone and butylone. All of them mimic the effects of other, better-known drugs, such as cocaine and ecstasy.
          • A coca-based soft drink went on sale in Bolivia this week. Coca Colla, made from the coca leaf and named after Bolivia’s indigenous Colla people, is the latest manifestation of President Evo Morales’ quest to expand legal markets for coca products.
          • RIP. CARNIVORE!
          • “This stuff is just truly bizarre,” he said. “These were mice that had their tails cut off, they were smothered in Vaseline and they had string tied around them.”
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