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Top 10 Fascinating And Notable Lobotomies

He then inserted an ice pick above her eyeball, banged it through her eye socket into her brain and then swirled it around in a sort of eggbeater motion to scramble the neural connections.
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Lion finds Kariba couple having sex in bush, kills girlfriend, boyfriend escapes wearing condom only?
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Inside the KKK summer camp: That’s Kool Koast Kamp where white supremacists went to relax in the 1920s

In the summer of 1924 there was said to be no place ‘kooler’ than the Ku Klux Klan’s ‘Kool Koast Kamp’ – strictly depending on who you asked. Seen in a shocking brochure advertising a four-month resort to KKK members outside the coastal community of Rockport, Texas, is the Klansmens’ self-described ‘Healthiest road to the Koolest Summer.’ Set between a monstrous cross and rippling waves along the shore, guests are illustrated bathing and lying along the beach before tents and boardwalks strictly for white, conservative Christians.
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Mysterious light blamed for circle of fire

Tasmanian police and firefighters are unable to explain the source of a beam of light which reportedly fell from the sky and formed a circle of fire in a Hobart suburb. Early Saturday morning police and fire crews received calls from concerned residents in Carnegie Street at Claremont, who reported seeing a bright light igniting a fire in a nearby paddock. Tasmania Fire Service officer Scott Vinen says the blaze was quickly put out, leaving an obvious burnt patch. He says the bizarre incident has everyone baffled. “Once we put the fire out, we kind of walked through the fire and tried to find something,” he said. “We thought a flare or something may have landed there, but we couldn’t find any cause.” The Fire Service says it will not investigate further.
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Ex-DEA Chief Lobbying Holder to Nullify Marijuana Legalization Owns a Drug Testing Company

Peter B. Bensinger, the apparent spokesman for the group, told the AP, “the supremacy of federal law over state law when it comes to drug laws isn’t in doubt.” He added,  “It is outrageous that a lawsuit hasn’t been filed in federal court yet.” It turns out Peter B. Bensinger, who in the letter is representing the lobbying organization Save Our Society from Drugs, has a huge financial stake in preventing the legalization of cannabis. He is the founder and CEO of a drug testing company.
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New York’s Homelessness Worst Since The Great Depression

State and local governments nationwide have struggled to accommodate a homeless population that has changed in recent years – now including large numbers of families with young children. As the WSJ reports, more than 21,000 children – an unprecedented 1% of the city’s youth – slept each night in a city shelter in January, an increase of 22% in the past year; as homeless families now spend more than a year in a shelter, on average, for the first time since 1987. New York City has seen one of the steepest increases in homeless families in the past decade, advocates said, growing 73% since 2002, and “is facing a homeless crisis worse than any time since the Great Depression.”
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Unlike – Why I’m Leaving Facebook

Facebook has never been merely a social platform. Rather, it exploits our social interactions the way a Tupperware party does. Facebook does not exist to help us make friends, but to turn our network of connections, brand preferences, and activities over time —  our “social graphs” — into a commodity for others to exploit. We Facebook users have been  building a treasure lode of big data that government and corporate researchers have been mining to predict and influence what we buy and whom we vote for.  We have been handing over to them vast quantities of information about ourselves and our friends, loved ones and acquaintances. With this information, Facebook and the “big data” research firms purchasing their data predict still more things about us – from our future product purchases or sexual orientation to our likelihood for civil disobedience or even terrorism.
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Alleged Lexington Scam Artist Caught In The Act

Lexington Police warned residents Monday of a scam in which a man in a wheelchair pretends to have a mental disability in order to get people to give him money, and soon after an LEX 18 reporter caught the alleged scammer in the act. Police say the man, Gary Thompson, 30, does have the need for the use of a wheelchair, but is also able to get out of it. They say that he has been spotted at several Lexington shopping centers, including the Lansdowne Shoppes, Hamburg and several places along Nicholasville Road. On Monday, police held a news conference to put out the information about Thompson. After the news conference was over, Thompsonn was spotted by an LEX 18 reporter who had just attended the news conference. The reporter, Kristen Pflum, said that she called to Thompson, who she says immediately went into his mental disability scam. When Pflum informed Thompson she had just attended a press conference about him, she says he immediately dropped the act and said, “Alright, you got me.”
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The top 10 unsolved ciphertexts

For over 12 centuries an intense battle has been fought between the code-makers and the code-breakers. We previously talked about some ciphers that have been defeated and the impact it had. However, despite decades (or centuries!) of cryptanalysis there are many ciphertexts which still successfully conceal their contents. Here’s a roundup of my top ten, with links to groups actively tackling them provided where possible.
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Shocking Rikers Security Breach! Convicted Sex Offender Posing as Correction Staffer Roams Jails, No One Stops Him

Matthew Matagrano (pictured at right), was not an inmate during the period. The 36-year-old former resident of Yonkers and South Ozone Park is listed as a high-risk sex offender in the state’s registry. Matagrano has a record of convictions for sodomy, first-degree sex abuse, burglary, and, not surprisingly, criminal impersonation. He has been arrested more than a dozen times, and has served several stints on Rikers. At his size, 5-foot-8 and 340 pounds, Matagrano shouldn’t have been so hard to miss. But he somehow was able to make or obtain a shield and a department identification card, and not only roam at least five facilities but obtain a sensitive Gate One all-access pass that allowed him to bring his car onto the island. He also is believed to have stolen at least two special correction department radios. Correction sources say the sheer number of security breakdowns alone that allowed this to happen is dizzying.
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Brooklyn man fakes his own kidnapping, duct-taping himself, to explain two-week absence to girlfriend

A Brooklyn man faked his own kidnapping because he was terrified of his lover’s wrath. Rahmell Pettway, 36, told cops he spent two weeks away from his Bedford-Stuyvesant home — and then staged the crime to explain his absence to his girlfriend. But his poorly executed plan unraveled when the cops who found him hog-tied in the street noticed the roll of duct tape still dangling from his wrists. He eventually came clean, and was arrested for filing a false report.
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‘Rockstar’ drug hospitalises seven in Lanarkshire

The red or yellow coloured tablets are being sold as ecstasy and have a star impression on them. “The exact contents of the pills are unknown, but they could, from past experience, contain a cocktail of different substances,” say police. Continue reading the main story “ Start Quote Users need to be aware of the dangers and understand the potentially devastating effect these pills can have” Chief Insp Fraser Lamb Strathclyde Police An investigation has been launched by the police along with health officials and medical staff. Chief Insp Fraser Lamb said: “These substances are unreliable, unpredictable and potentially very dangerous. “Users may believe that they have taken ecstasy and it is very likely that they will suffer from a significant negative reaction.
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Alcohol Is World’s Third Leading Cause of Illness

New research shows that alcohol is now the third leading cause of the global burden of disease and injury — this even though most adults worldwide abstain from drinking. Researchers discovered the relationship while preparing the 2010 Global Burden of Disease study, a report published in the journal Addiction. “Alcohol consumption has been found to cause more than 200 different diseases and injuries,” said Kevin Shield, doctoral student and lead author of the study. “These include not only well-known outcomes of drinking such as liver cirrhosis or traffic accidents, but also several types of cancer, such as female breast cancer.”
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Mother Teresa Humanitarian Image A ‘Myth,’ New Study Says

A new study by Canadian academics says Mother Teresa was a product of hype who housed the poor and sick in shoddy conditions, despite her access to a fortune. The Times of India, reporting on the controversial essay, wrote that the authors asserted Mother Teresa saw beauty in the downtrodden’s suffering and was far more willing to pray for them than provide practical medical care. Meanwhile, researchers say, the Vatican engaged in a PR ploy as it threw aside concerns about her suspicious financial dealings and contacts to forgo the five-year waiting period to beatify her. One of the researchers, Serge Larivee of the University of Montreal’s department of psychoeducation, told the school’s website, “Given the parsimonious management of Mother Teresa’s works, one may ask where the millions of dollars for the poorest of the poor have gone?”
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The Militarization of Policing in America

American neighborhoods are increasingly being policed by cops armed with the weapons and tactics of war. Federal funding in the billions of dollars has allowed state and local police departments to gain access to weapons and tactics created for overseas combat theaters – and yet very little is known about exactly how many police departments have military weapons and training, how militarized the police have become, and how extensively federal money is incentivizing this trend. It’s time to understand the true scope of the militarization of policing in America and the impact it is having in our neighborhoods. On March 6th, ACLU affiliates in 23 states filed over 255 public records requests with law enforcement agencies and National Guard offices to determine the extent to which federal funding and support has fueled the militarization of state and local police departments. Stay tuned as this project develops.
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How Food Companies Exploit Americans

Using banned ingredients that other countries have determined unsafe for human consumption has become a pandemic in this country. To prove this point, I found the best and easiest place to look for evidence was just across “the pond” in the United Kingdom, where they enjoy some of the same types of products we do – but with totally different ingredient lists. It is appalling to witness the examples I am about to share with you. The U.S. food corporations are unnecessarily feeding us chemicals – while leaving out almost all questionable ingredients in our friends’ products overseas. The point is the food industry has already formulated safer, better products, but they are voluntarily only selling inferior versions of these products here in America. The evidence of this runs the gamut from fast food places to boxed cake mix to cereal to candy and even oatmeal – you can’t escape it.
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Banned Ingredients that Are Still Legal in the U.S.

You think the FDA has your back? Sure, they recently proposed two new regulations to up food safety measures, specifically how food processors and farmers can work better to keep their fresh products free of dangerous bacteria (remember that killer cantaloupe outbreak from 2011?). But while it may seem like the government is out to protect us from bad-even fatal-food-borne illnesses, which cause some 3,000 deaths a year, they don’t completely have our best interest-or health-in mind. “For numerous suspicious and disturbing reasons, the U.S. has allowed foods that are banned in many other developed countries into our food supply,” says nutritionist Mira Calton who, together with her husband Jayson Calton, Ph.D., wrote the new book Rich Food, Poor Food due out this February. During a six-year expedition that took them to 100 countries on seven continents, the Caltons studied more than 150 ingredients and put together a comprehensive list of the top 13 problematic products that are…
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Technologies of Surveillance

It’s a new day for the New York Police Department, with technology increasingly informing the way cops do their jobs. With innovation comes new possibilities but also new concerns. For one, the NYPD is testing a new type of security apparatus that uses terahertz radiation to detect guns under clothing from a distance. As Police Commissioner Ray Kelly explained to the Daily News back in January, If something is obstructing the flow of that radiation — a weapon, for example — the device will highlight that object. Ignore, for a moment, the glaring constitutional concerns, which make the stop-and-frisk debate pale in comparison: virtual strip-searching, evasion of probable cause, potential racial profiling. Organizations like the American Civil Liberties Union are all over those, even though their opposition probably won’t make a difference. We’re scared of both terrorism and crime, even as the risks decrease; and when we’re scared, we’re willing to give up all sorts of freedoms…
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Couple Accused in Chase, 2 Stolen Police Cars

The young couple accused of stealing multiple police cars from two cities and leading authorities on a high-speed chase through two states Tuesday morning, have been identified as Blake Bills and Shayna Sykes. “I never heard of anyone stealing two police cars in one incident,” said Philadelphia Deputy Police Commissioner Richard Ross.
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Jailed cybercriminal hacked into his own prison’s computer system after being put in IT class

Media reports have detailed the playboy lifestyle enjoyed by Nicholas Webber, GhostMarket’s founder, who had only just turned 18 at the time of his arrest in October 2009. Webber was sentenced to five years imprisonment in May 2011, and found himself at HM Prison Isis, a Category C male Young Offenders Institution, in South East London. Normally you would expect (and hope) a hacker’s criminal career to end there, but sadly that wasn’t to be. As the Daily Mail reports, Webber somehow managed to sign-up for the prison’s IT class, and from there managed to hack into the prison’s mainframe computer. According to the report, a spokesman for the prison service has confirmed that Webber was involved in the hack, but has downplayed the significance of the hack: “At the time of this incident in 2011 the educational computer system at HMP Isis was a closed network. No access to personal information or wider access to the internet or other prison systems would have been possible.”
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For Troubled Teenagers in New York City, a New Tack – Forced Outreach

The New York City Police Department has embarked on a novel approach to deter juvenile robbers, essentially staging interventions and force-feeding outreach in an effort to stem a tide of robberies by dissuading those most likely to commit them. Officers not only make repeated drop-ins at homes and schools, but they also drive up to the teenagers in the streets, shouting out friendly hellos, in front of their friends. The force’s Intelligence Division also deciphers each teenager’s street name and gang affiliation. Detectives compile a binder on each teenager that includes photos from Facebook and arrest photos of the teenager’s associates, not unlike the flow charts generated by law enforcement officials to track organized crime.
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Man arrested for biting girl on buttocks near downtown Dallas Greyhound bus station

A man was jailed over the weekend on an assault charge for allegedly biting a 16-year-old girl on her buttocks in downtown Dallas, according to police documents. Shortly before 6 p.m. on Saturday, a Dallas police officer parked near the downtown Greyhound bus station heard a girl scream and man laughing, according to police records. The cop turned in the direction of the scream and spotted a man later identified as David Paul Olienyk, 38, laughing as he ran through traffic toward the bus station in the 200 block of South Lamar Street. The officer drove toward the victim, who appeared to be crying. A person with her told the officer, “He bit her on the butt!” Thanks Jasmine
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Are Smart Gadgets Making Us Dumb?

But there is reason to worry about this approaching revolution. As smart technologies become more intrusive, they risk undermining our autonomy by suppressing behaviors that someone somewhere has deemed undesirable. Smart forks inform us that we are eating too fast. Smart toothbrushes urge us to spend more time brushing our teeth. Smart sensors in our cars can tell if we drive too fast or brake too suddenly. These devices can give us useful feedback, but they can also share everything they know about our habits with institutions whose interests are not identical with our own. Insurance companies already offer significant discounts to drivers who agree to install smart sensors in order to monitor their driving habits. How long will it be before customers can’t get auto insurance without surrendering to such surveillance? And how long will it be before the self-tracking of our health (weight, diet, steps taken in a day) graduates from being a recreational novelty to a virtual requirement
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Anomalies, Prisons, and Geophysics: How Governments Use Data and How to Stop Them

As a collective we must understand that democracy can only exist in a society with an educated populace, and the right for self-governance can only be obtained through knowledge. When a society embraces ignorance and forfeits its right to control its destiny, it has succumbed to apathy and can only deteriorate. In science, the analysis of anomalies contributes to our understanding of the physical world, improving our lives. In contrast, identifying anomalies in our society based on political doctrine has created fear and misunderstanding, restricting our lives. The lack of accountability from our leaders and our indifference to the consequences of their actions is diminishing our civil liberties. But it is not too late, we can prevent this from happening. We still have the ability to reclaim our future if we begin to educate ourselves.
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Silicon Valley Is High on Innovation. And Pot

Around 40 percent of Palliative Health’s clients are tech workers, says Ernie Arreola, 38, the assistant manager. “We’re seeing people from some semiconductors, lots of engineers, lots of programmers,” he says. That makes sense, because the shop is an easy shot from some of the area’s biggest employers—Cisco Systems (CSCO), Google (GOOG), Adobe Systems (ADBE), Apple (AAPL), EBay (EBAY)—and a short drive from dozens more. Also, people in Silicon Valley do like their pot.
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Ohio Man Charged With Shooting Robot

In what is sure to be only the beginning of human vs. robot confrontations, a surveillance robot belonging to the police was recently shot after a six-hour standoff with a 62-year-old heavily inebriated man.
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Student suspended for shaping Pop-Tart into gun

7-year-old Josh Welch was eating a Pop-Tart at school. A teacher saw the pastry and said she thought it looked like it was being shaped into a gun. The teacher also said she heard Welch say, “Bang Bang” while he was holding it. That was enough to get him suspended. Welch said his teacher got it completely wrong, “It was already a rectangle and I just kept on biting it and tore off the top, and it kind of looked like a gun but it wasn’t.” Welch said he was trying to shape the Pop-Tart into a mountain. The school sent out a letter late in the day to parents explaining what happened and why they thought it was a threat saying, “A student used food to make an inappropriate gesture.”
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Gilberto Valle Trial: ‘Cannibal Cop’ Said Fetish Was Ruining His Personal Life, FBI Agent Testifies

As Flatly described the images displayed on video monitors in federal court in Manhattan, some jurors put hands to their mouths. One shook her head. Another wiped his brow. One cannibalism website allegedly visited by Valle promised customers they would “only receive the highest quality human beef.” The jury also heard how the officer allegedly looked up “how to tie up a girl,” “human meat recipes,” “how to chloroform a girl,” “I want to sell a girl slave,” “how to cook a girl,” “death fetish” and “huge cooking tray” among other topics the defense says were part of a fetish fantasy that never posed a real threat. The FBI analysis of Valle’s laptop yielded an apparently staged video of a naked, screaming woman hanging over an open flame that lashed close to her skin. Flatly did not say where the video might have originated. There also were several photos of women with bright red apples stuffed in their mouths.
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Accused ‘cannibal cop’ Gilberto Valle chatted online about barbecuing a female friend, according to documents released in court

The six-year NYPD veteran predicted that Sauer — a friend from his college days — was “going to be delicious” and said he wanted to use her head “as a centerpiece, frozen with her final expression of fear.” “I just enjoy the thought of making her suffer,” Valle wrote. Meanwhile, Moody Blues, identified in court as Christopher Collins, told Valle he wanted to dine on Sauer’s liver, “lightly cooked to keep it sweet and tender.” Acting like a mentor to a novice cannibal, Moody Blues said he had already eaten two women, while Valle wrote, “I’m dying to taste some girl meat.” Valle, 28, expressed a fascination for feet, and Moody Blues suggested cutting off one woman’s feet “and barbecuing them in front of her” while she was still alive. Moody Blues said face meat is “great for sandwiches,” and noted, “As for feet they are favorite of mine along with the c–t fillet.” He also offered Valle culinary tips, such as brushing human skin with olive oil while cooking it over an open fire
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Want a longer, happier life? Embrace pessimism, study says

A growing body of research has credited the power of positive thinking for contributing to good health and a longer, happier life. But a new study out of Germany suggests people who are pessimistic about their futures — specifically older people — may find greater life satisfaction down the road than their more optimistic peers. “The optimists are those who basically close their eyes, shut their eyes and don’t really want to know about the truth” about the inevitable costs of aging and death, he said. “That’s how we interpreted this finding — that basically these things [pessimistic expectations] really help people to be aware that they need to be cautious.”
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Art School Seized 68 Vials of Semen From Student

School of Visual Arts MFA student Marc Bradley Johnson was all set to debut his final piece, titled Take This Sperm and Be Free of Me, before health concerns thwarted everything he’d worked so hard for. First, Johnson accessed his materials. Then he set up a refrigerator at SVA’s Visual Arts Gallery in Chelsea, loaded it with 68 vials of his own semen, and put up a Craigslist ad alerting the public that anyone could walk in and take a part of him home. It was about “creation, parenting, desire, masculinity, fantasy, and reality,” he said. But his liberal Manhattan art school just saw dangerous waste.
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Now Al-Qaida Wants to Torch Your Car and Snarl Your Commute

That’s the advice from the DIY jihad section in the latest issue of al-Qaida’s English-language web magazine, Inspire. The new “Open Source Jihad” (.pdf) is all about vehicular vandalism. One suggestion, penned by “Ibnul Irhab” in the new issue of Inspire, is to run up on parked cars with gas cans and a matchstick. “How safe will the West feel when parking their cars, knowing they’re up for a TORCHING,” Irhab writes. His helpful tips: avoid CCTV cameras; hide the gas in an apple juice bottle; and, importantly, “don’t get petrol on yourself.” This is what Open Source Jihad bills as “America’s worst nightmare.” Nor is it safe to drive to the store or the office. Inspire encourages the inspired to smear “lubricative oil” on roadways right before sharp blind turns to cause a traffic accident. (“Demolition Derby Style,” it promises.) If that doesn’t sound terrorist-y enough, another tip is to hammer nails into a pegboard painted black so oncoming cars blow out their tires. There’s even…
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Militainment

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✪ Baby soaps and shampoos trigger positive marijuana tests
Commonly used baby soaps and shampoos, including products from Johnson & Johnson, Aveeno and CVS, can trigger a positive result on newborns’ marijuana screening tests, according to a recent study. A minute amount of the cleansing products in a urine sample — just 0.1 milliliters or less — was found to cause a positive result.
The Pentagon’s grip on Hollywood
The military entertainment complex is an old phenomenon that binds Hollywood with the US military. Known as militainment, it serves both parties well. Filmmakers get access to high tech weaponry – helicopters, jet planes and air craft carriers while the Pentagon gets free and positive publicity. The latest offering to come from this relationship is Act of Valor and it takes the collaboration one step further. The producers get more than just equipment — they have cast active-duty military personnel in the lead roles, prompting critics to say the lines have become so blurred that it is hard to see where Hollywood ends and Pentagon propaganda begins. In this week’s feature, the Listening Post’s Nic Muirhead looks at the ties between the US military and Hollywood.
✪ SWAT Team Brings TV Crew To Film Raid Against Threatening Internet Critic — Raids Innocent Grandma Instead
Evansville, Indiana police intent on “sending a message” that online threats against police will not be tolerated organized a massive raid against a forum troll on an online forum. The police decided to bring a TV crew to film their raid against their critic, they also brought a SWAT team. Rather than knock on the accused’s front door, which was wide open, the police instead threw two flash-bang stun grenades through their front window and storm door. Unfortunately, rather than finding the home occupied by a gun-toting cop killer, they found an entirely innocent grandmother and 18-year-old girl, who were both shocked and confused.
✪ Small-Town Cops Pile Up on Useless Military Gear
Small police departments across America are collecting battlefield-grade arsenals thanks to a program that allows them to get their hands on military surplus equipment – amphibious tanks, night-vision goggles, and even barber chairs or underwear – at virtually no cost, except for shipment and maintenance. Over the last five years, the top 10 beneficiaries of this “Department of Defense Excess Property Program” included small agencies such as the Fairmount Police Department. It serves 7,000 people in northern Georgia and received 17,145 items from the military. The cops in Issaquah, Washington, a town of 30,000 people, acquired more than 37,000 items
✪ Our Web Videos Reveal More Than We Realize, and Perhaps More Than We Want
That new capability will drive the demand for even more raw data. The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) agency, overseen by the U.S. director of national intelligence, has launched two projects that may help analysts use civilian video from YouTube, Vimeo and other sources. Investigators at the Finder program are studying ways to locate where and when a video was taken based solely on the image itself. That’s hard enough. But researchers at IARPA’s Aladdin are working on an even more challenging task: how to search for “specific events of interest.” If they succeed, analysts could feed in a name, a simple text description or a few sample videos of what they seek—say, “five people wearing backpacks next to a pickup truck”—and get back any number of clips that match the query.
✪ Silencing the trolls: Twitter considers ‘hate speech’ censorship
To stop the ‘hate speech’ anarchy, Twitter is considering starting off by blocking the very possibility of replies from so-called ‘non-authoritative’ users, marked out by the absence of a profile picture, followers or bio information, as FT.com reports. This is the first step, but there might be more to come. However, the company’s management is concerned that by installing any kinds of ‘selective’ measures, they may put an end to the unique Twitter-style ‘freedom of tweets’ that has helped Arab revolutions. Anonymity was the key factor that allowed so many users there to join and have their say. “The reason we want to allow pseudonyms is there are lots of places in the world where it’s the only way you’d be able to speak freely,” FT quotes Dick Costolo as saying. Twitter is basically the ‘last harbor’ of anonymity, as it does not have to be linked with such powerful database platforms as Facebook and Google. Silencing trolls may hit those ‘revolutionary’ users as well.
✪ Perverted Police Officer Popped For Giving 15-Year-Old Girl A “Sex Exam”
“Well, were you having sex? What are you doing here?” The girl quickly responded “no, no, no, officer no,” the affidavit said. The girl told police she and her friend were just talking. But the man told the girl he “needed to check.” The girl asked “Check what?” “I need to see inside,” he responded. That’s when he ordered her to take off her pants and underwear so he could look for bruising or other evidence of sexual activity. In fear, the affidavit said, she complied. The girl told police she thought it “was the right thing to do” because he was an officer. Her 19-year-friend turned away, unable to watch, according to the affidavit. He told police he heard the man tell the girl “I need you to spread your legs wider so I can see.” The officer then used a flashlight to “inspect” her and told her to pull down her blouse so he could check for bruising, according to the police report. Then he returned the driver’s license to the boy and told them “Go home.”
✪ ‘Animal’ couple busted for child abuse, child porn after sickening images found on cell phone they left at Walmart
Two north Florida “animals” are facing child porn charges after photos showing them raping a 4-year-old girl were found on a cell phone they left at a Walmart. Pictures on the phone showed convicted sex offender Alan Johnson, 33, and his girlfriend, Jennifer Sparks, 37, abusing the girl “in every way imaginable,” Lee County Sheriff Mike Scott told WSOC-TV. “My most seasoned detectives here said that its the worst they’ve ever seen,” he said. A shopper found the phone in a shopping cart at a Cape Coral Walmart on June 2 and turned it in, police said.
✪ ‘Leap Second’ Bug Wreaks Havoc Across Web
On Saturday, at midnight Greenwich Mean Time, as June turned into July, the Earth’s official time keepers held their clocks back by a single second in order to keep them in sync with the planet’s daily rotation, and according to reports from across the web, some of the net’s fundamental software platforms — including the Linux operating system and the Java application platform — were unable to cope with the extra second.
✪ Satanists Claim Theft Is Hate Crime
A local couple who claim to be Satanists believe they’re a victim of a hate crime and were targeted because of their religious beliefs. Someone cut down a political poster stating, “VOTE SATAN” from their front porch where they live in Mountain View, a suburb of Denver. “We are Satanists… Satanists,” said Luigi Bellaviste. Luigi and Angie Bellaviste belong to the Church of Satan. They even have a Satanic Bible in their home. Thanks Jasmine
✪ Dumb Hikers With Smartphones
Increasingly, smartphones are creating problems in the backcountry, particularly in New Hampshire’s White Mountains, where, officials say, more hikers are skipping basic gear — particularly a map, compass, and flashlight – and relying too heavily on phones with GPS and a slew of gear-like apps, including compasses and trail maps, to bail them out of a jam. “Being prepared for a hike does not mean having your cellphone charged,” said Major Kevin Jordan from the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, which oversees 150 to 180 rescues each year. “To find people with a map and compass is just incredibly rare. It boggles my mind. But when we rescue someone, I hear a lot of regret, a lot of people saying, ‘I should have brought more than my phone, but everywhere I go at home I have cellphone coverage.’ ”
✪ Agents remove 41,000 marijuana plants from 40-acre site in San Diego County
Drug agents removed more than 41,000 marijuana plants from a 40-acre area near Warner Springs in northeastern San Diego County, Drug Enforcement Administration officials announced Monday. The haul, conducted Sunday and Monday, was the largest marijuana seizure on private property in the county’s history, DEA officials said. No arrests were made, but the investigation is continuing, officials said. The removal, from a remote, secluded area called Sunshine Summit, required 35 DEA agents and officers from the multi-agency Narcotics Task Force. Also found on the property were two large water tanks, chemicals for fertilizer, and a 30-round magazine for a semiautomatic weapon. The marijuana removed from the site was estimated to have a wholesale value of $41 million.
✪ Deputy who tried to smuggle drug-stuffed burrito gets 2 years
A former Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy accused of trying to smuggle a burrito stuffed with heroin into a courthouse lockup was sentenced Monday to two years in jail. Henry Marin, who was once portrayed as a dim-witted bumbler on a reality television show that focused on sheriff’s recruits, said nothing as a courtroom deputy handcuffed him and led him away to the type of cell he was once responsible for guarding.
✪ World’s First Genetically Modified Babies ‘Created’ in US
The ‘GM babies’ were born into women who had trouble conceiving their own children. In order to ‘birth’ the babies, extra genes from a female donor were inserted into the women’s eggs before they were fertilized. After conception, scientists fingerprinted 2 of the one-year-old children and confirmed that they inherited DNA from 3 adults — one man and 2 women. What this means is that due to inheriting these extra genes through the genetic modification process, they will now be able to pass them along to their offspring. In other words, these genetically modified babies — if allowed to mate with non-GM humans — could potentially alter the very genetic coding of generations to come. Genetecists state that this genetic modification method may one day be used to create babies “with extra, desired characteristics such as strength or high intelligence.”
✪ Brazilian ‘chain gangs’ pedal power path to freedom
Inmates in a Brazilian prison can shave time off their sentences by becoming living sources of green energy. All they need to do is turn the wheel of a bike connected to a power generator. For every 16 hours of pedaling the inmates of the Santa Rita do Sapucaí prison have their sentences reduced by one day, according to a Jornal Nacional report. The generators the prisoners put in motion charge batteries, which are taken to the city center to power some of the street lights. The two bikes installed in the prison are enough to light six bulbs. The reason behind the offer is not to profit from free labor however. Rather it is meant to give inmates an incentive to keep themselves in good shape, says city judge José Henrique Mallmann, who introduced the idea. Thanks Bjarni
✪ Colombia decriminalizes cocaine, marijuana
Colombia has decriminalized cocaine and marijuana, saying that people cannot be jailed for possessing the drugs for personal use. Anyone caught with less 20 grams (0.705 ounces) of marijuana or one gram (0.035 ounces) of cocaine for personal use will not be prosecuted or detained, but could be required to receive physical or psychological treatment, depending on their level of intoxication, according to Colombia Reports. Colombian Defense Minister Juan Carlos Pinzon said law enforcement would continue its fight against drug trafficking, but would not make further comment.
✪ U.S. Tax Dollars At War
Do you know how your tax dollars are spent? US radio host Dennis Bernstein and investigative reporter Dave Lindorff illustrate just how much US tax money goes towards the country’s war chest. “People have to realise that 53 cents of every dollar that they are paying into taxes is going to the military to an astonishing figure there is an enormous, enormous amount of money being blown on war an killing and destruction.”
✪ Fraud Ring In Hacking Attack On 60 Banks
Sixty million euro has been stolen from bank accounts in a massive cyber bank raid after fraudsters raided dozens of financial institutions around the world. According to a joint report by software security firm McAfee and Guardian Analytics, more than 60 firms have suffered from what it has called an “insider level of understanding”. “The fraudsters’ objective in these attacks is to siphon large amounts from high balance accounts, hence the name chosen for this research – Operation High Roller,” the report said. “If all of the attempted fraud campaigns were as successful as the Netherlands example we describe in this report, the total attempted fraud could be as high as 2bn euro (£1.6bn).” The automated malicious software programme was discovered to use servers to process thousands of attempted thefts from both commercial firms and private individuals. The stolen money was then sent to so-called mule accounts in caches of a few hundreds and 100,000 euro (£80,000) at a time.
✪ How a Grad Student Scooped the Government and Uncovered One of the Biggest Internet Privacy Scandals
Nearly every day, and often several times a day, there is fresh news of privacy invasions as companies hone their ability to imperceptibly assemble a vast amount of data about anyone with a smartphone, laptop or credit card. Retailers, search engines, social media sites, news organizations — all want to know as much as they can about their visitors and users so that ads can be targeted as precisely as possible. But data mining, which has become central to the corporate bottom line, can be downright creepy, with companies knowing what you search for, what you buy, which websites you visit, how long you browse — and more. Earlier this year, it was revealed that Target realized a teenage customer was pregnant before her father knew; the firm identifies first-term pregnancies through, among other things, purchases of scent-free products. It’s akin to someone rifling through your wallet, closet or medicine cabinet, but in the digital sphere no one picks your pocket or breaks into your house
✪ Cellphone Companies Will Share Your Location Data – Just Not With You
As location tracking by cell phone companies becomes increasingly accurate and widespread, the question of who your location data actually belongs to remains unresolved. Privacy activists in the U.S. say the law has not kept pace with developing technology and argue for more stringent privacy standards for cell phone companies. As Matt Blaze, a University of Pennsylvania professor put it, “all of the rules are in a state of enormous uncertainty and flux.” The Obama administration has maintained that mobile phone users have “no reasonable expectation of privacy.” The administration has argued against more stringent standards for police and the FBI to obtain location data.
✪ Texas college hacks drone in front of DHS
After being challenged by his lab, the DHS dared Humphreys’ crew to hack into a drone and take command. Much to their chagrin, they did exactly that. Humphrey tells Fox News that for a few hundreds dollar his team was able to “spoof” the GPS system on board the drone, a technique that involves mimicking the actual signals sent to the global positioning device and then eventually tricking the target into following a new set of commands. And, for just $1,000, Humphreys says the spoofer his team assembled was the most advanced one ever built. “Spoofing a GPS receiver on a UAV is just another way of hijacking a plane,” Humphreys tells Fox. The real danger here, however, is that the government is currently considering plans that will allow local law enforcement agencies and other organizations from coast-to-coast to control drones of their own in America’s airspace.
✪ Ad Biz Claims It Must Disregard User Privacy Choices to Safeguard “Cybersecurity”
At a hearing yesterday, the Senate Commerce Committee took up the issue of online tracking, the browser-based Do Not Track flag, and, in an unlikely turn of events, cybersecurity. The hearing included testimony from Ohio State University Law School’s Prof. Peter Swire, Mozilla’s Alex Fowler, the Association of National Advertisers’ Bob Liodice, and TechFreedom’s Berin Szoka. While there were a number of heated moments in the hearing, the most surprising was the advertising industry’s claim that respecting consumer choice will harm “cybersecurity.” This new argument from the advertising industry only raises more concerns for the civil liberties implications of online tracking and was, as Rockefeller aptly noted, little more than a “red herring.”
✪ Your E-Book Is Reading You
EFF has pressed for legislation to prevent digital book retailers from handing over information about individuals’ reading habits as evidence to law enforcement agencies without a court’s approval. Earlier this year, California instituted the “reader privacy act,” which makes it more difficult for law-enforcement groups to gain access to consumers’ digital reading records. Under the new law, agencies must get a court order before they can require digital booksellers to turn over information revealing which books their customers have browsed, purchased, read and underlined. The American Civil Liberties Union and EFF, which partnered with Google and other organizations to push for the legislation, are now seeking to enact similar laws in other states. Bruce Schneier, a cyber-security expert and author, worries that readers may steer clear of digital books on sensitive subjects such as health, sexuality and security—including his own works—out of fear that their reading is being tracked
✪ What is causing the outbreak of Flesh Eating Diseases?
However, some people have surmised that the use of antibiotics in our food supply is the main culprit while the overuse of antibiotics by doctors further exasperates the problem. In the 1940’s farmers began treating their livestock with antibiotics. It was soon discovered that if you fed antibiotics to your chickens, pigs and cows on a regular basis that the animals would get fatter quicker and with less feed. In order to compete with the other factory farms farmers started feeding their animals antibiotics everyday! And as we all know by now, the more antibiotics one takes whether through a prescription or through eating antibiotic laden meat, the more resistant one gets. As a side note I also wonder if eating all this antibiotic laden meat has contributed to the obesity epidemic in America..I mean if large doses of antibiotics cause animals to get fat while eating less, wouldn’t that do the same in humans?
✪ How to Make Eyes Look Asian
Asian eyes are traditionally thinner and narrower than Caucasian or African-American eyes, which tend to be rounder and wider. Asian eyes tend to resemble the oval shape of almonds, although some can look even narrower than that. Most Asians have only a single eyelid (meaning their eyelids don’t have a prominent crease). You can make your eyes look Asian by using makeup or undergoing plastic surgery.
✪ How to Look Asian (for a Play, Convention, Etc.): 8 steps
There are many reasons why you might want to look Asian: maybe you’re playing an Asian person in a school play, maybe you’re going to an anime convention and want to look like a certain character, maybe you’re dressing up for a costume party or for Halloween, or maybe you just want to change your appearance for fun, or to disguise your appearance to evade the law. In any case, this article will allow you to (sort of) go from looking White to looking Asian, without much fuss or money needed.
✪ NSA Won’t Disclose How Many Americans are Being Spied On
As the sprawling surveillance site being constructed by the National Security Agency (NSA) in Utah grows larger and nearer completion every day, the domestic spy service remains tightlipped about just how much and what kind of personal electronic data they have already collected and collated. Not only does the NSA refuse to provide such information, it insists that it cannot be forced to.
✪ Bates Family Home Was Meth Lab: John, Jessie, Tyler Bates’ Chronic Sickness Explained
John and Jessie Bates and their 7-year-old son, Tyler, began experiencing mysterious health problems months after after moving into a new home in Suquamish, Washington in March 2007. Tyler was having trouble breathing, Jessie developed a bizarre rash, and John was “perpetually sick,” according to My Fox Phoenix. Though a standard inspection found no problems, the family suspected the house itself was the culprit. A year and a half later, a neighbor revealed the home’s sordid secret: the previous occupant had used it as a meth lab. Even more certain that the building was behind their ailments, the Bates began ripping up the floors and walls. They found “iodine-like staining on the walls and human feces under the floor,” Jessie told Fox News.
✪ Spok, Neko, and Rosh Bomb Madrid’s Main Street by Cutting Massive Vinyl Ad
Madrid’s own Spok, Neko and Rosh bombed Gran Via, the main street of “Mad City” using an innovative technique which consists of cutting vinyl from a massive block-long advertisement and then peeling off their letters. This new subtractive method makes a permanent mark on the street with minimum effort. Quick, smooth and real nice work from these three amigos.
✪ In Their Own Words: ‘Study Drugs’
After inviting students to submit personal stories of the abuse of prescription drugs for academic advantage, The Times received almost 200 submissions. While a majority focused on the prevalence of these drugs on college campuses, many wrote about their increasing appearance in high schools, the focus of our article on Sunday. We have highlighted about 30 of the submissions below, almost all written by current high school students or recent graduates. In often vivid detail — snorting their own pills, stealing pills from friends — the students described an issue that they found upsetting, valuable, dangerous and, above all else, real. Most of them claimed that it was a problem rooted not in drugs per se, but with the pressure that compelled some youngsters to use them.
✪ Theft, Pedophilia, Murder Among TSA Employees’ Crimes
Theft is followed closely by sex crimes and child pornography charges, with 14 such incidents listed in Blackburn’s report. Six TSA employees were charged with possession of child pornography; one of them got caught because he “uploaded explicit pictures of young girls to an Internet site on which he also posted a photograph of himself in his TSA uniform,” the report notes. Eight others were charged variously with child molestation, rape (including child rape), and even running a prostitution ring. It’s not hard to figure out why persons possessing such proclivities would seek jobs where they would be able to ogle and grope other people’s private parts with impunity.
✪ $29.5 Billion in Overdraft Fees? How the Big Banks Are Still Screwing Us
About those “extended overdraft” fees: consumer advocates have noted that they are not unlike shady payday loans that charge consumers a tremendous amount of interest to get some needed cash in the short term. The Consumer Federation of America recently compared the two practices, and came up with some disturbing findings: As it has before, the Consumer Federation reported the cost at each bank of a $100 overdraft repaid two weeks later as if it were a short-term loan. It said the best deal, at Citibank, was equivalent to a loan with an annual percentage rate of 884 percent. Some banks, including PNC and RBS Citizens, charge more than 2,000 percent. Another thing: the banks examined in the Pew report have continued to reserve the right to process withdrawals by dollar amount, rather than chronologically. This practice “maximizes the number of times an account goes negative, thus increasing overdraft fees” – and the banks can choose to reorder transactions whenever they want

 

 

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200 Million + People Using Illicit Drugs Worldwide

✖ 200 Million People Use Illicit Drugs, Study Finds
Roughly 200 million people worldwide use illicit drugs such as marijuana, amphetamines, cocaine and opioids each year, according to a new study. The figure represents about one in 20 people between the ages of 15 and 64. Using a review of published studies, Australian researchers estimated that as many as 203 million people use marijuana, 56 million people use amphetamines including meth, 21 million people use cocaine and 21 million people use opioids like heroin. The use of all four drug classes was highest in developed countries. …The 200 million number does not include people who use ecstasy, hallucinogenic drugs, inhalants, benzodiazepines or anabolic steroids — just one reason it’s likely a vast underestimate of illicit drug use, according to lead author Louisa Degenhardt of the Sydney-based National Drug and Alcohol Research Center.
✖ Vancouver running out of free crackpipes
He said PHS, which runs InSite, has distributed monthly highs of 20,000 pipes through its own needle and pipe distribution program. The 3,000 pipes PHS received from VCH in December were exhausted in three days. “At the beginning of the study, we expressed our concerns that (the pipe supply) is a tiny number … but we were told the number’s staying the same,” Townsend said. “To meet the demand we would need around 1,000 per day.”
✖ Newt Gingrich To New Hampshire: Jefferson, Washington Would Have Cracked Down On Pot
During a town hall-style appearance in Concord, the former House Speaker said he had no interest in exploring drug decriminalization, arguing that such efforts haven’t worked in Europe. Contra Gingrich, however, Portugal has had some success with decriminalization initiatives. Pushed a bit later on the incarceration rate related to petty drug crimes, Gingrich responded, “I think the best thing is to get young people not to do drugs and then you won’t be dealing with criminals that you just described.” A third resident of the “live free or die” state argued that the founding fathers had been far more lenient about marijuana than the current political class. “I think Jefferson or George Washington would have rather strongly discouraged you from growing marijuana and their techniques with dealing with it would have been rather more violent than our current government,” Gingrich replied.
✖ Chivas Scotch Heroin Bottles Bust At Newark Airport
We hope he drank the scotch before adding the H! On New Year’s Eve customs officials stopped Miami man Wilfer Bohorquez Rojo, 53, as he allegedly tried to smuggle 25 pounds of heroin from Medillin, Colombia, to Newark Airport. At first authorities just thought he had smuggled the drugs in “packages of plastic flags and between glued photographs” but further inspection found he’d filled four Chivas Royal Salute scotch bottles with “packages of a substance that also tested positive for heroin, according to the agency.” After the discovery of the drugs—estimated by authorities to be worth at least $700,000—Rojo was turned over to authorities and now faces federal narcotics smuggling charges.
✖ Purdue: Block Disclosure Of OxyContin Documents
A long-simmering court battle over a trove of OxyContin documents has finally won the attention of Purdue Pharma. The drugmaker is belatedly seeking to intervene in a 2008 lawsuit in a Massachusetts state court, where an attempt is being made to force the state attorney general to release documents that were used to prosecute Purdue and three current and former execs several years ago. At issue are countless documents that were compiled by the US Department of Justice, which charged Purdue and the execs with misbranding – they facilitated improper use of the drug and misled patients, regulators and doctors about addictive risks. All totaled, $634 million in fines were paid, and the execs were barred from doing business with federal healthcare programs, such as Medicare and Medicaid
✖ Ron Paul: Drug War Could Be Bigger Failure Than Prohibition (VIDEO)
“This war on drugs has been a detriment to personal liberty and it’s been a real abuse of liberty,” Paul said. “Our prisons are full with people who have used drugs who should be treated as patients — and they’re non-violent. Someday we’re gonna awake and find out that the prohibition we are following right now with drugs is no more successful, maybe a lot less successful, than the prohibition of alcohol was in the ’20s.”
✖ Man wants rehab over Diet Cola 42 litres a week addiction
Darren Jones wants to check himself into rehab – to cure a bizarre addiction to Diet Cola. Darren, 38, knocks back 42 litres of the drink every week. Now the 35 stone father of two is vowing to get treatment for his £100 a week habit to get fit again and save his relationship with 33-year old mother of two Paula Mullen. Darren, of Stockport, Greater Manchester, said: “I believe what I have is an actual addiction and I start to worry if I’m getting near the end of the bottle. “If I can’t get in touch with Paula to get me some more I start to panic – it’s like a drug or alcohol addiction. “I called up Diet Coke to ask them if it’s addictive and what I should do and she recommended putting water in it to dilute it, but it would taste horrid and I don’t think it would help. “We joke that I should get one of those hats with bottles either side of my head and straws straight into my mouth so I can drink it all the time. It’s like gold, it’s my fuel.”
✖ Why Ron Paul Is Right And Barack Obama Is Wrong About Iran
Obama also argues that he opposes Iran’s nukes because of proliferation in the region. At which point one must loudly cough “Ahem.” Only one country in the region has illegally, in defiance of internatinal law and the NPT and US policy, has nuclear weapons and it’s Israel, not any Arab state. More absurdly, the US government has a formal policy of never acknowledging this fact. At one point in the not-so-distant past, the US government was committed to the view that Iraq had nukes but Israel didn’t. When will the US evolve a sane policy in the Middle East? One that advances our interests, avoids a catastrophic global religious war, and bases it judgment on history and statecraft rather than religion and a US-Israel alliance that, since the end of the Cold War, has become increasingly unhealthy to both parties? Less Kennedy, more Eisenhower, please.
✖ Judge: Black church rightful owner of KKK store
After a lengthy legal battle between a black South Carolina church and members of the Ku Klux Klan, a judge has ruled that the church owns a building where KKK robes and T-shirts are sold. A circuit judge ruled last month that New Beginnings Baptist Church is the rightful owner of the building that houses the Redneck Shop, which operates a so-called Klan museum and sells Klan robes and T-shirts emblazoned with racial slurs. The judge ordered the shop’s proprietor to pay the church’s legal bills of more than $3,300.
✖ No easy way to dissolve mouse in Mountain Dew
A man in the U.S. is suing Pepsi Co. over a mouse allegedly found in a can of Mountain Dew, a claim the company rejects by saying the acid in the beverage would disintegrate the animal’s body. However, that reasoning doesn’t hold water with Canadian food experts. “There would not be enough acid in the matrix of the can to actually start causing those physical changes to the mouse,” says Massimo Marcone, an associate professor of food science at the University of Guelph. “The mouse would start to spoil; there would not be enough acid to preserve the mouse. It would start to smell bad. But to say that the mouse would actually dissolve in about 300 millilitres of soft drink, it’s pretty hard.”
✖ Free Philip K. Dick: Download 11 Great Science Fiction Stories
Although he died when he was only 53 years old, Philip K. Dick (1928 – 1982) published 44 novels and 121 short stories during his lifetime and solidified his position as arguably the most literary of science fiction writers. His novel Ubik appears on TIME magazine’s list of the 100 best English-language novels, and Dick is the only science fiction writer to get honored in the prestigious Library of America series, a kind of pantheon of American literature. If you’re not intimately familiar with his novels, then you assuredly know major films based on Dick’s work – Blade Runner, Total Recall, A Scanner Darkly and Minority Report. Today, we bring you another way to get acquainted with his writing. We’re presenting a selection of Dick’s stories available for free on the web. Below we have culled together 11 short stories from our collection of Free eBooks and Free Audio Books.
✖ Time Cheers the Drone War
The new issue of  Time magazine promises on its cover “Essential Info for the Year Ahead.” One apparently essential report: U.S. drones are awesome. The report–written by Mark Thompson, available to subscribers only explains that a “hot military trend” this way: Today’s generals and admirals want weapons that are smaller, remote-controlled and bristling with intelligence. In short, more drones that can tightly target terrorists, deliver larger payloads and are some of the best spies the U.S. has ever produced, even if they occasionally get captured in Iran or crash on landing at secret bases. And also, you know, kill innocent civilians.
✖ Alejandro Jodorowsky Needs Your Support To Create The Autobiographical DANZA DE LA REALIDAD
Alejandro Jodorowsky – the legendary cult filmmaker behind Santa Sangre, El Topo and The Holy Mountain – needs your help. After years trying to raise funding for big new projects King Shot and Son Of El Topo, Jodorowsky is moving on to something more personal: Danza De La Realidad, an autobiographical picture based on his own childhood and teenaged years. Having had no luck with conventional film financing methods in recent years, Jodorowsky is taking this one to the streets and trying the crowd funding method. Put a hundred dollars into the film and you’ll receive a special cut of the finished movie on DVD.
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✖ Sea Shepherd Intercepts the Japanese Whaling Fleet with Drones
The Sea Shepherd crew has intercepted the Japanese whaling fleet on Christmas Day, a thousand miles north of the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary. The Sea Shepherd ship, Steve Irwin, deployed a drone to successfully locate and photograph the Japanese factory ship Nisshin Maru on December 24th. Once the pursuit began, three Japanese harpoon/security ships moved in on the Steve Irwin to shield the Nisshin Maru to allow it to escape. This time however the Japanese tactic of tailing the Steve Irwin and the Bob Barker will not work because the drones, one on the Steve Irwin and the other on the Bob Barker, can track and follow the Nisshin Maru and can relay the positions back to the Sea Shepherd ships. “We can cover hundreds of miles with these drones and they have proven to be valuable assets for this campaign,” said Captain Paul Watson on board the Steve Irwin.
✖ ‘Supersoldier’ ants with gigantic jaws
Nightmarish ‘supersoldier’ ants with huge heads and jaws have been created by activating ancient genes. Scientists believe the monster ants may be a genetic throwback to an ancestor that lived millions of years ago. Scientists say they can create the supersoldiers at will by dabbing normal ant larvae with a special hormone – the larvae then develop into supersoldiers rather than normal soldier or worker ants.
✖ ACLU sues library for blocking Wiccan websites
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Eastern Missouri sued a local public library on Tuesday for allegedly blocking websites related to Wicca, a modern pagan religion. Anaka Hunter of Salem, Mo., said she tried to access websites about Wicca, Native American religions and astrology for her own research, but the library’s filtering software blocked the sites.  According to the ACLU, the software labeled the sites as “occult” and “criminal.”
✖ Psychedelic Heroin: Grey Lodge Archives
I recently tracked down the pdf’s for nearly all of the issues of the now-deceased counterculture online zine Grey Lodge Occult Review. The site was taken down due to “legal threats and religious hackers”. To see the table of contents for the issues visit the Wayback Machine here. Along with the rabbit hole that is Deoxy, this was one of my formative sanctuaries for all things mindfuckery.
✖ Forget Stocks Or Bonds, Invest In A Lobbyist
In a recent study, researchers Raquel Alexander and Susan Scholz calculated the total amount the corporations saved from the lower tax rate. They compared the taxes saved to the amount the firms spent lobbying for the law. Their research showed the return on lobbying for those multinational corporations was 22,000 percent. That means for every dollar spent on lobbying, the companies got $220 in tax benefits.
✖ Excavator on Rooftop of 12-Story Building in Taiyuan
Shanxi province Taiyuan city Wanbailin district Yingze West Street, an excavator operates on the rooftop of the Shanxi Science and Technology Hotel, causing surrounding city residents both surprise and concern.
✖ US ‘space warplane’ may be spying on Chinese spacelab
The US Air Force’s second mysterious mini-space shuttle, the X-37B, could be spying on China’s space laboratory and the first piece of its space station, Tiangong-1. Amateur space trackers told the British Interplanetary Society publication Spaceflight that the black-funded spaceplane seemed to be orbiting the Earth in tandem with Tiangong_1, or the Heavenly Palace, leading the magazine to speculate that its unknown mission is to spy on it. “Space-to-space surveillance is a whole new ball game made possible by a finessed group of sensors and sensor suites, which we think the X-37B may be using to maintain a close watch on China’s nascent space station,” Spaceflight editor Dr David Baker told the BBC.
✖ NOT SATIRE: L.A. Tells Arrested OWS Protesters They Can Pay for “Free Speech” Classes to Avoid Court
Incredibly, the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office is offering Occupy L.A. protesters arrested in recent weeks the opportunity to pay $355 for private free speech classes to avoid their court dates. As reported in the Los Angeles Times: Los Angeles Chief Deputy City Atty. William Carter said the city won’t press charges against protesters who complete the educational program offered by American Justice Associates. … Carter said the free-speech class will save the city money and teach protesters the nuances of the law. “The 1st Amendment is not absolute,” he said, noting that the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled government can regulate when, where and how free speech can be exercised. As a civil rights attorney working with some of the approximately 350 protesters who have been arrested in recent weeks noted, the offer is nothing short of “patronizing.”
✖ Toddlers and Tiaras mothers DOPING their daughters with drinks spiked with ‘pageant crack’?
No brand names are mentioned on the show, but many have speculated that the drink is Mountain Dew, a caffeinated soft drink. Others believe it even contains alcohol. Mrs Holler is filmed instructing Alana to take ‘two big gulps’ from an unlabelled drinks bottle. Within seconds the change is apparent. ‘A lot of pageant moms and people know what the special juice is – everybody has their different concoctions. Special juice is to help energise her’ The young pageant contestant starts rapidly swinging her arms over her head and spinning around on the floor, exclaiming: ‘My go-go juice is kicking in right now!’ After her drink fix, Alana takes to the stage in a plaid shirt displaying inches of stomach to perform a routine, inspired by sex symbol Daisy Duke. Describing how the drink makes her feel, she says smiling: ‘Go-go juice makes me laughy, and play-ey, and makes me feel like I want to pull my mommy’s hair.’
✖ Polar challenge: How do you cycle to the South Pole?
Blue Peter presenter Helen Skelton is hoping to become the first person to use a bike to reach the South Pole. She is attempting to travel 500 miles (805km) across Antarctica and will cycle for large parts of it, as well as snowkiting and walking. She hopes to complete the trek for Sport Relief in 20 days. At this time of year, the average temperature in Antarctica is -25C, but can drop to -50C. Severe coastal winds come from cold air flowing down off the interior ice sheet. Wind speeds can reach up to 125mph (201km/h) and average about 80mph. In addition, she will be dragging 12.9st (82kg) of equipment and supplies behind her on a sledge. It’s no average ride and she is not using your average bike. The specially-built Hanebrink “ice bike” took designers in Los Angeles three months to finish. Dan Hanebrink and Kane Fortune have been building all-terrain hybrid bikes that can be used in all environments for many years.
✖ Rick Santorum is coming for your birth control
Here is an actual Rick Santorum quote: “One of the things I will talk about, that no president has talked about before, is I think the dangers of contraception in this country.” And also, “Many of the Christian faith have said, well, that’s okay, contraception is okay. It’s not okay. It’s a license to do things in a sexual realm that is counter to how things are supposed to be.”
✖ With all eyes on their ears, lobe stretchers snip
Some plastic surgeons are reporting an increase in younger clients, specifically those who are ready to undo a generational fashion statement that has left a lot of self-conscious people with a lot of sagging earlobe. Dr. David Kahn, who performed Tidwell’s surgery, was blunt in his assessment of his client’s condition. “It was unsightly, a distortion that needed to be overcome.”
✖ Miracle ‘chimeric’ monkeys made from cells of six animals spark protests
They may look like any other baby monkeys, but these two are scientific breakthroughs.   Roku and Hex are the world’s first chimeric monkeys – created with genetic material from six ‘parents’. But their birth has caused an ethical storm, with critics accusing scientists of disregarding the welfare of the animals.
✖ SOPA-Supporting News Outlets Aren’t Covering SOPA [STUDY]
MSNBC, Fox News, ABC, CBS and NBC have dedicated no time to covering the Stop Online Piracy Act in their evening newscasts since Oct. 1, according to a report by Ben Dimiero of Media Matters For America. CNN, meanwhile, has dedicated a single evening news segment to the issue. All of the companies covered in the report have either publicly supported SOPA or have parent companies that have done so. Dimiero based his report on Lexis-Nexis searches which includes transcripts of nighttime newscasts. Comcast/NBCUniversal (which owns MSNBC and NBC News), Viacom (CBS), News Corporation (Fox News), Time Warner (CNN) and Disney (ABC) are all listed as supporters of the bill. ABC and CBS are also listed as separate supporters of the bill.
✖ Japan plans futuristic farm with robot workers in disaster zone
Japan is planning a futuristic farm where robots do the lifting in an experimental project on land swamped by the March tsunami. Under an agriculture ministry plan, unmanned tractors will work fields where pesticides will have been replaced by LEDs keeping rice, wheat, soybeans, fruit and vegetables safe until robots can put them in boxes. Carbon dioxide produced by machinery working on the up to 250-hectare site will be channeled back to crops to boost their growth and reduce reliance on chemical fertilizers, the Nikkei newspaper said this week. The agricultural ministry will begin on-site research later this year with a plan to spend around 4 billion yen over the next six years, a ministry official said. Land in Miyagi Prefecture, some 300 kilometers north of Tokyo, which was flooded by seawater on March 11, has been earmarked for the so-called “Dream Project.”
✖ Newt Gingrich: ‘African-American Community Should Demand Paychecks And Not Be Satisfied With Food Stamps’
Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich said Thursday he is willing to go before the NAACP and urge blacks to demand paychecks, not food stamps. Gingrich told a town hall meeting at a senior center in Plymouth, N.H., that if the NAACP invites him to its annual convention this year, he’d go there and talk about “why the African-American community should demand paychecks and not be satisfied with food stamps.” He also said he’d pitch a new Social Security program aimed at helping young people, particularly African-American males, who he said get the smallest return on Social Security.
✖ Pentagon-backed ‘time cloak’ stops the clock
The researchers created what they call a time lens, which can manipulate and focus signals in time, analogous to the way a glass lens focuses light in space. They use a technique called four-wave mixing, in which two beams of light, a “signal” and a “pump,” are sent together through an optical fiber. The two beams interact and change the wavelength of the signal. To begin creating a time gap, the researchers first bump the wavelength of the signal up, then by flipping the wavelength of the pump beam, bump it down.
✖ Pro skater with a love of God and psychedelic drugs goes on rampage inside Midtown hotel
A pro skateboarder with a passion for God and psychedelic drugs was arrested Thursday after he went on a drug-fueled rampage inside a Midtown hotel wearing only his birthday suit, cops said. Jereme Rogers, 26, was high on angel dust when he ran naked out of his room at the Afinia Shelburne hotel and started tearing down framed pictures lining an 11th floor hallway, sources said. “It was a rampage,” said a witness who declined to give her name. “He was screaming. We didn’t even know what he was doing. He was incoherent and belligerent.” Rogers, a heavily-tattooed Californian who has appeared in several X Games and says his skills come from God, was taken to Bellevue Hospital. He was charged with criminal mischief and unlawful possession of marijuana, cops said.
✖ DHS Training excercise startles locals
With their blue and white SUVs circled around the Main Street office, at least one official was posted on the door with a semiautomatic rifle, randomly checking identifications. And other officers, some with K-9s, sifted through the building. “I thought someone was upset about not getting there check,” said Laura Kelly, who took a friend to the office on Tuesday. According to one Homeland official in the Washington, D.C. office, Operation Shield. is an effort that uses routine, unannounced visits by FPS inspectors to test the effectiveness of contract guards, or protective security officers — “detecting the presence of unauthorized persons and potentially disruptive or dangerous activities.”
✖ Panda caught eating meat on camera [Video]
A wild panda is caught on surveillance camera eating a dead gnu in south-west China. An analyst says the bamboo-loving animals were predators millions of years ago. Although classified as carnivores, giant pandas mainly live on bamboo, but eat other foods including honey, eggs, fish, oranges and bananas when they are available

 

 

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Amerikkkan Koncentration Kamp

  • The American Civil Liberties Union won a free speech victory preventing troopers from ticketing people for using profanity.

    State police said they will not be citing people for disorderly conduct based solely on profanity.

  • A Mexican official said that Border Patrol agents fired warning shots after Torres and other Mexican kids tried to cross into the U.S., and that Torres died after falling from a border wall and hitting his head, the AP reported on Wednesday. The official said that no one was hit by the shots. But Nogales International reports that an autopsy conducted by the Sonoran police showed Torres was killed by a bullet that entered his body from the back of his right arm and entered his chest cavity before puncturing his lungs and getting lodged in his ribcage.
  • MacQuat said police confused the smell of marijuana with the scent of a skunk that lives beneath the front of his home.
  • The region is already grappling with one of the highest crime rates in the world; now it’s got a new intruder to contend with.
  • Investigators learned that Matthews had actually stolen the identity from a felon in Nevada a decade earlier, prosecutors said.

    Authorities believe that Matthews used the felon’s identity to purchase the BMW.

    Prosecutors say he contacted police with the phony stolen identity report after defaulting on the payments, and didn’t want his own stolen identity negatively affected.

  • The warrior is a street artist working in Albuquerque, using spilled paint to pour rainbows off the tops of buildings. He (or she)’s really got some people riled up (see newscast, here) and it strikes me as remarkable that people can be so dour in the face of rainbows.
  • A man in possession of the world’s greatest license plate has lost his battle with the Virginia DMV, who ridiculously claim it encourages oral sex with kids instead of just cannibalism. Here’s their predictably unfunny response to the funny plate.
  • Barack Obama bid a grateful farewell to Robert Gibbs Wednesday by stressing to The New York Times that his press secretary “had a six-year stretch now where basically he’s been going 24/7 with relatively modest pay.” As a senior White House aide, Gibbs modestly earned $172,200 last year. That income alone — leaving out any earnings by his wife — would put Gibbs in the upper 8 percent of all American families, according to 2009 Census figures.
  • Allen Robert Reyes, 31, has been arrested for allegedly shooting a woman in the face at a party. A tipster tells us that Allen Robert Reyes is the real name of pickup guru “Gunwitch.”

    Reyes was featured in Neil Straus’ The Game; according to the book:

    …Gunwitch and Gunwitch Method, in which the only thing students have to do is project animalistic sexuality and escalate physical contact until the woman stops them. His crude motto: “Make the ho say no.”

  • Some 400 high-tech South African traffic lights are out of action after thieves in Johannesburg stole the mobile phone Sim cards they contain.

    The thieves ran up bills amounting to thousands of dollars by using the stolen cards to make calls.

    Johannesburg Road Agency (JRA) said it is investigating the possibility of an “inside job” after only the Sim card-fitted traffic lights were targeted.

    The cards were fitted to notify JRA when the traffic lights were faulty.

  • FOR this man, the phrase ‘there’s a bit of the devil in him’ has real meaning after he started growing horns from his head.

    Huang Yuanfan, 84 from southern China has baffled medics after he began to grow a horn on his head.

    Mr Yuanfan explained that the bizarre growth began as a small bump two years ago but just continued to grow.

    “I tried picking at it and even filing it but nothing changed it. The horn just kept getting bigger,” he said.

  • Working with a jeweller and the vinyl record manufacturer Dubstudios, I created this engagement ring for my partner Shelina. The ring has a 20 second recorded message (my proposal) etched onto it’s surface and can be played back with a miniature record player.

    “Shelina, I’ll love you forever. Marry Me!…Shelina, I’ll love you forever. Marry Me!….”

    100 lbf/in² of pressure was required to cut the silver ring, using a vibrating diamond stylus. The ring is also a homage to Thomas Edison who made the first sound recording machine – the phonograph in 1877.

  • Ani – some call it the City of 1001 Churches, others the City of Forty Gates. Yet no one has called it home for more than three centuries.

    Abandoned by its once prosperous and powerful inhabitants, it is situated on the Turkish side of a militarised zone between the border of Turkey and Armenia.

    The city of Ani is no stranger to death, destruction and desertion.

  • Indeed, the best model seems to be the Frankenstein monster who advances impervious to pain, bullets, and this time to fire, in order to murder, dismember or bugger men, women, children and the household pets.

    The myths are compelling because they touch an emotional core that has meaning in the individual and in the culture, and they exploit our fascination with horror.

    The user commits wanton rape and murder, the murders often encompass fratricide, matricide or infanticide. The monster must die bizarrely: drowning in inches of water, attempting to fly from a building or trying to halt a speeding two-ton vehicle with its bare hands or body.

    If it lives it should commit the most sexually meaningful self-mutilations, removal of the eyes or castration.

    These tales are the archetypal expressions of human inner terrors and exist in the preserved ballad and epic tales of most languages.

    Jung would have loved to analyze the facts about PCP presented by American media.

  • An online archive of a scandalous and short-lived 70’s teen magazine! The first issue of Star hit the stands in February 1973. With its over-the-top advice and irreverent coverage of LA’s teenage groupie scene, it wasn’t long before Petersen Publishing was feeling the heat from “concerned citizens”. Five issues and five months later, publication ceased. A sixth issue was planned but never printed. Such controversy along with coverage of “new breed” Sunset Strip groupies (Shray Mecham, Sable Starr, Lori Lightning, Queenie Glam) and glam venues like Rodney Bingenheimer’s English Disco cemented the mag’s later cult status among fans and collectors.
  • Chloe Sevigny traveled from Miami to…the Jersey Shore? The Big Love star was spotted court side at the Knicks game with none other than Pauly D from MTV’s Jersey Shore. The two joked together and cheered on the New York Knicks to a blow out victory over the San Antonio Spurs.
  • Why is Manning kept in solitary confinement? And what role did Assange play in Manning’s leaks? We answer these questions and more.
  • “Suge Knight ordered the hit,” Poole said, adding that he believes it was arranged by Reggie Wright Jr., who headed security for Death Row Records.

    Reggie Wright Jr. told CNN he had nothing to do with the murder, and Knight has repeatedly said he had nothing to do with the crime. Poole said he retired early from the LAPD, in part, because he was thwarted in following leads in the Wallace case involving police officers, some of whom worked off-duty for Death Row Records.

    “I think I was getting too close to the truth,” Poole said. “I think they feared that the truth would be a scandal.”

    One of the officers Poole said was involved is David Mack, who was sent to prison for robbing a bank in 1997, the same year Wallace was killed.

    Poole said Mack owned the same type of car driven by the gunman who shot Wallace, and Poole said a friend of Mack’s resembles a police sketch of the shooter.

  • The last time I saw this much natural beauty, I was about two-thirds into a bottle of Boone’s and I was squinting out of my lazy eye at the pile of puke that had just erupted from my esophageal tract. It had fallen into the pattern of a naked lady riding a hippo. It was truly stunning. Rorschach would’ve been proud.
  • Read it, but try not to weep, ladies—your tears may lower your man’s sex drive, according to a new study.
  • Kessel, Jan-07 11:20 am (PST):
    Dear Twitter User:

    We are writing to inform you that Twitter has received legal process requesting information regarding your Twitter account, @rop_g. A copy of the legal process is attached. The legal process requires Twitter to produce documents related to your account.

    Please be advised that Twitter will respond to this request in 10 days from the date of this notice unless we receive notice from you that a motion to quash the legal process has been filed or that this matter has been otherwise resolved.

    To respond to this notice, please e-mail us at <removed>.

    This notice is not legal advice. You may wish to consult legal counsel about this matter. If you need assistance seeking counsel, you may consider contacting the Electronic Frontier Foundation <contact info removed> or the ACLU <contact info removed>.

    Sincerely,

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  • Gee, why haven’t the American people given that power to its Federal Government? Oh yeah. It’s because we’re not Communists here. Oh, wait…apparently, even though we’re not Communists, we are represented by them. The FCC is set to vote this month on passing Net Neutrality regulations for the internet, giving our government more control over the internet than it’s ever had. They tried to pass this bill through Congress, but even the radicals in Congress couldn’t get enough votes for it. So Obama, true to his “ends justify the means” approach to Socializing our nation, simply moved the issue into the realm of the unelected, unaccountable FCC regulatory committee, where they will be free to impose these new internet “Laws” on us as they call them mere “Regulations”. You see, to the American Idol-watching public, “Regulations” are nothing to fear. And heck, why not get the government more involved in the internet, right? What could possibly go wrong?
  • After 40 years, the United States’ war on drugs has cost $1 trillion and hundreds of thousands of lives, and for what? Drug use is rampant and violence even more brutal and widespread.

    Even U.S. drug czar Gil Kerlikowske concedes the strategy hasn’t worked.

    “In the grand scheme, it has not been successful,” Kerlikowske told The Associated Press. “Forty years later, the concern about drugs and drug problems is, if anything, magnified, intensified.”

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Everyone’s Gone To The Moon

  • The hottest market in the hottest economy in the world is Chinese real estate. The big question is how vulnerable is this market to a crash.

    One red flag is the vast number of vacant homes spread through China, by some estimates up to 64 million vacant homes.

    We’ve tracked down satellite photos of these unnerving places, based on a report from Forensic Asia Limited. They call it a clear sign of a bubble: “There’s city after city full of empty streets and vast government buildings, some in the most inhospitable locations. It is the modern equivalent of building pyramids. With 20 new cities being built every year, we hope to be able to expand our list going forward.”

  • At the end of our tour at Museo Del Jugute Mujam (aka Antique Toy Museum Mexico) I stopped in my tracks, made a “What Th-” face then rubbed my eyes as if “No- it COULDN’T be!”.
    After at least an hour or two of the weird and wacky, comical and cute and kitschy and krazy this construction’s fast 180 turn gave me a ‘lil whiplash.
    What’s extra great about the museum is that they not only have the most amazing collection of crap, they often go the extra step and create artist visions with the toys. This tribute to 9/11 is the most jarring example. The planes and towers are all filled with rubber and plastic heroes to show, well, to show that the creators heart was in the right place.
  • Internet activists point out that these block lists have already been abused in some countries. In Australia, for instance, a government block list — which officials said would be used only to block illegal content — was found to have targeted religious and political websites. The list was even used to block parts of WikiLeaks.

    (Final implementation of the “Great Firewall of Australia” has been delayed until after the 2011 election.)

    Some activists argue that the efforts to protect children are simply a politically palatable way to get the public to accept government control over the Internet.

    However, in the US, government plans to take greater control over Internet content have been focused on copyright protection, rather than children.

  • “Maybe it’s worth reminding people that Wesley Snipes was acquitted of tax fraud and conspiracy charges in 2008. He was only found guilty on misdemeanor charges of ‘willful failure to file an income tax return.’
  • Clement Hunter, 30, who has a history of drug busts, caught the attention of Queens cops patroling in an unmarked car about 4 a.m. because he drove like a driver’s-ed flunkie, police said.

    Smuggling the massive haul of pot in a rented Dodge Caravan, Hunter came to a screeching stop, turned without signaling and blew through a red light at the intersection of Farmers and Merrick Blvds., police said.

    When the cops tried to pull him over, he zoomed off – but his getaway bid was even more pathetic.

    He barely made it three blocks before turning onto a dead-end street.

    “He kind of traps himself,” a police source said of Hunter’s misadventure on 178th St in Springfield Gardens. “The officers basically block him off.”

    He tried to flee on foot, but – you guessed it! – got nowhere.

  • In the late 19th century, as today, a terrorist cabal detonated bombs in the heart of the Western world. Judged by the number of successful attacks on politicians and royalty, that force was more directly threatening to the inner circles of power than today’s radical Islam.

    This episodic violence, loosely associated with the extremist wing of the anarchist movement, lasted roughly from 1880 to 1910. It claimed the lives of only about 150 private citizens but also killed a president, a police chief, a prime minister, a czar, a king, and an empress. Yet the wave of terror eventually receded. No one has lived in mortal fear of bomb-throwing, dagger-clutching anarchists for nearly a century. Will citizens in 2110 view radical Islamic terrorism as a similar historical curiosity, useful mostly for colorful storytelling?

  • A media experiment of feeding live tweets onto giant television screens displayed in the EU summit building had to be switched off after Italian twitterers bombarded the system with attacks on Silvio Berlusconi.
  • Applying the US Espionage Act to third-party publishers of classified information like WikiLeaks would violate protected speech rights, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) told members of the House Judiciary Committee Thursday.

    “If the Espionage Act were to be applied to publishers, it would have the unconstitutional effect of infringing on the constitutionally protected speech rights of all Americans, and it would have a particularly negative effect on investigative journalism – a necessary and fundamental part of our democracy,” the ACLU said in a statement.

  • The officials rules from the Obama Administration, when it comes to Freedom of Information requests, is that the default view should be the transparent one. In practice, we’ve seen exactly the opposite. Studies have shown that the Obama Administration has turned down FOIA requests at a greater rate than the previous administration (which was already pretty damn secretive) and often uses political reasons, rather than genuine secrecy reasons to hide information (for example, claiming ACTA had to be secret for national security reasons).
  • Bangladeshi authorities have launched an investigation after a pornographic film was aired on a large display screen at the country’s main airport, a magistrate says.

    Hundreds of travellers and waiting friends and relatives at the main terminal of the Shahjalal International Airport were shocked as the film was aired for five minutes, magistrate Siddiqa Akhter said.

  • Don’t you hate it when you’re in a meeting or in class, and someone’s having a cellphone conversation right next to you? Or maybe you just want a peaceful ride on the train or bus, but someone with a big mouth keeps talking to his stupid buddy about how he scored majorly with this girl last night? Solution? Just use this ultra powerful and highly effective cell phone cigarette jammer which disablesany cell phone in distance, stopping all signals on the GSM, DCS, PHS, and 3G bands without interrupting any other electronic device. Trust us – this will save your sanity!

    It’s small, portable and cigarette pack shaped so you can place it in any empty regular size cigarette box for maximum camouflage. Or keep it inside your bad, hidden under the seat of your car, anywhere you want and no one will ever know their cellphone signals are being scrambled!

  • NASA Gemini-Era Space Food Pouch: Cheese Sandwich. This rare, unconsumed, unflown space food leftover is likely from the Gemini project. A 5.5″ x 3.5″ x 1″still-sealed plastic pouch with a label on the front: “CHEESE SANDWICH” on which is a “WSD/14” stamp; on the verso is a label with the Serial No. “FG 439. From the estate of a long-time NASA employee. Fine condition but the contents are quite crumbled (and quite unappetizing). Not for consumption.
  • “We’ve undergone a corporate coup d’état in slow motion,” he said. “Our public education system has been gutted. Our infrastructure is corroding and collapsing. Unless we begin to physically resist, they are going to solidify neo-feudalism in this country.”

    “If we think that Obama is bad, watch the next two years because these corporate forces have turned their back on him,” Hedges warned.

    Hedges, author of “Death of the Liberal Class,” said that his vision of America is one with a functioning social democracy, which stands in stark contrast to the nihilism of the corporate state.

    “American workers, as they are repeatedly told, will have to become competitive with prison labor in China,” he said. “That’s where we’re headed, and all the pillars of the liberal establishment are complicit in this.”

  • Nigeria has dropped charges against Dick Cheney, the former US vice-president, over bribery allegations involving the energy giant Halliburton after an out-of-court settlement was agreed.

    Nigeria’s anti-corruption watchdog, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) said that the charges were dropped on Friday after Halliburton agreed to pay fines totalling up to $250 million over allegations it paid millions of dollars in bribes to Nigerian officials.

  • The Large Hadron Collider took several years to construct, and it was expected that it would take several more to begin yielding game-changing scientific data. But, to the delight of CERN researchers, that hasn’t been the case. The LHC is already yielding reams of valuable scientific data, and a bulletin released by lead researchers Monday indicates that the ATLAS experiment is working so well that researchers should be able to confirm or rule out the existence of the Higgs Boson by next year, and could even find evidence of extra dimensions before the end of 2011.
  • Dr Penrose’s version of events is that the universe did not come into existence at the Big Bang but instead passes through a continuous cycle of aeons. Each aeon starts off with the universe being of zero size and high uniformity. At first the universe becomes less uniform as it evolves and objects form within it. Once enough time has passed, however, all of the matter around will end up being sucked into black holes. As Stephen Hawking has demonstrated, black holes eventually evaporate in a burst of radiation. That process increases uniformity, eventually to the level the universe began with.

    Thus far, Dr Penrose’s version of cosmology more or less matches the standard version. At this point, though, he introduces quite a large kludge of his own. This is the idea that when the universe becomes very old and rarefied, the particles within it lose their mass.

  • Some critics pointed out that Time seems to be behind the times in recognizing Facebook, which exploded as a phenomenon in 2006 and 2007.

    “Time just named its Person of the Year 2007,” Tweeted comedian John Hodgman.

    Some took a more aggressive tone, accusing the magazine of cowardice in picking a less-controversial figure than Assange. Slate editor-in-chief Jacob Weisberg called the decision “gutless.”

  • When asked whether he thought Assange was a hi-tech terrorist or a whistleblower akin to those who released the Pentagon Papers — a series of top-secret documents revealing US military policy in Vietnam — Biden said: “I would argue that it’s closer to being hi-tech terrorist.”
  • “But let us not be hasty, and let us not legislate in a climate of fear or prejudice,” Conyers closed, referring to the calls for new laws criminalizing the actions of Wikileaks. “For, in such an atmosphere, it is our constitutional freedoms and our cherished civil rights that are the first to be sacrificed in the false service of our national security.”
  • CABLESEARCH is an attempt for an user friendly search engine of already published documents from Wikileaks.

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The Secret Teachings Of All Ages

  • For once, a book which really lives up to its title. Hall self-published this massive tome in 1928, consisting of about 200 legal-sized pages in 8 point type; it is literally his magnum opus. Each of the nearly 50 chapters is so dense with information that it is the equivalent of an entire short book. If you read this book in its entirety you will be in a good position to dive into subjects such as the Qabbala, Alchemy, Tarot, Ceremonial Magic, Neo-Platonic Philosophy, Mystery Religions, and the theory of Rosicrucianism and Freemasonry. Although there are some questionable and controversial parts of the book, such as the outdated material on Islam, the portion on the Bacon-Shakespeare hypothesis, and Hall’s conspiracy theory of history as driven by an elite cabal of roving immortals, they are far out-weighed by the comprehensive information here on other subjects.
  • “I don’t think you’d feel very much,” says one physicist. Instant death, insists another. One suggests it would feel like 100 billion “pin pricks,” which doesn’t sound fun. How exactly would it feel to have the force of “an aircraft carrier moving at 11 knots” condensed into the size of a sub-atomic particle running through your hand? No one knows, it seems, and no one wants to find out.
  • As Arndt explains, the infrequent smokers may have been responding to thoughts of death by trying to reduce their own vulnerability. But students who were heavy smokers reacted to thoughts of death by taking even harder drags on their cigarettes. Arndt suggests they might have been sub­conscious­ly attempting to dispel a negative mood with an enjoyable activity. Although the reason is unclear, the finding suggests that the psychology involved in smoking and thinking about death is more complicated than previously assumed. Therefore, graphic warning labels on cigarettes might not have the intended effect on everyone who sees them.
  • News that George Lucas is re-releasing his Star Wars franchise in 3-D has created a schism within one of the world’s most passionate fan communities. Starting in 2012 with “Episode 1, The Phantom Menace,” Lucas will release a Star Wars film in 3D every year ending with “Return of the Jedi.” The reaction from diehards has been both swift and diverse.
  • A man died after downing a pint of vodka in four seconds, an inquest heard. Richard Davies, 29, from Thornaby, near Stockton, had been drinking with friends before the alcohol knocked him unconscious in January. Mr Davies was found not breathing in a pool of his own blood, and died hours later.
  • ‘Thanks to Reggie (that’s Obama’s personal aide), my rap palate has greatly improved. Jay-Z used to be sort of what predominated, but now I’ve got a little Nas and a little Lil Wayne and some other stuff, but I would not claim to be an expert. Malia and Sasha are now getting old enough to where they start hipping me to things. Music is still a great source of joy and occasional solace in the midst of what can be some difficult days.’
  • We always hear about celebrities checking into rehab for their various addictions, expletive-laden tirades, or episodes of “exhaustion.” Lindsay Lohan just checked in yesterday for the eighth time. Where do they disappear to while trying to get clean? Let’s look.
  • Swiftboaters beware! Truthy helps you understand how memes spread on Twitter. With our images and statistics, you can help identify political misinformation and other astroturfing.
  • Thanks Carlen Altman
  • The pair detailed how they managed it in a paper published in the International Journal of Social Robotics. Two robots — one black and one red — were taught to play hide and seek. The black, hider, robot chose from three different hiding places, and the red, seeker, robot had to find him using clues left by knocked-over colored markers positioned along the paths to the hiding places. However, unbeknownst to the poor red seeker, the black robot had a trick up its sleeve. Once it had passed the colored markers, it shifted direction and hid in an entirely different location, leaving behind it a false trail that managed to fool the red robot in 75 percent of the 20 trials that the researchers ran. The five failed trails resulted from the black robots’ difficulty in knocking over the correct markers.
  • Because sexual climax releases dopamine in the brain, the brain can become just as addicted to pornography as it can be to drugs. And like drug use, pornography addiction can intensify, with the person’s tastes becoming more and more extreme as the brain changes itself to compensate for accumulations of the protein delta FosB in neurons. As well, the neural reward networks are strengthened every time the porn addict satisfies his addiction.
  • Workaday staple and fashion favourite, blue jeans have conquered the planet. But were they born in the textile mills of New Hampshire, on France’s southern coast or the looms of north Italy? Art historians believe they have found a piece of the centuries-old puzzle in the work of a newly discovered 17th-century north Italian artist, dubbed the “Master of the Blue Jeans”, whose paintings went on show in Paris this week.
  • Outrageously, she has been appointed as a “special advisor” to design and lead the bureau, but the administration has not disclosed the exact length of her term. There will be no Senate confirmation hearings, nor will the public or the financial industry be allowed to comment on her appointment. We simply are expected to accept the appointment of an enormously powerful regulator without question, and without regard to the constitutional requirement that the Senate advise and consent with regard to her appointment. This means you, as a voter and citizen, effectively have no say whatsoever for the duration of her appointment. In the meantime, she has unprecedented new powers over private business decisions.
  • But Mr. Obama’s critics say that whether statutory authorization exists for his counterterrorism policies is just a legalistic point. The core problem with Mr. Bush’s approach, they argue, was that it trammeled individual rights. And they say Mr. Obama’s policies have not changed that. ”President Obama may mouth very different rhetoric,” said Anthony D. Romero, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union. ”He may have a more complicated process with members of Congress. But in the end, there is no substantive break from the policies of the Bush administration.”
  • Forty-five per cent of Roman Catholics who participated in the study didn’t know that, according to church teaching, the bread and wine used in Holy Communion is not just a symbol, but becomes the body and blood of Christ.
  • Can too much caffeine make you insane – and mentally unstable enough to unknowingly kill someone? That’s a question a Newport, Kentucky, jury will have to answer when they eventually deliberate in the trial of a man whose lawyer is expected to claim that too much soda, caffeine-laced diet pills and the energy drink No Fear – combined with sleep deprivation – meant he had no idea what he was doing when he killed his wife.

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Broke Dicks

  • Like everything these days, great care must be taken to ensure that as few people as possible are offended by anything. Google Instant is no exception. Somewhere within Google there exists a master list of “bad words” and evil concepts that Google Instant is programmed to not act upon, lest someone see something offensive in the instant results… even if that’s exactly what they typed into the search bar. We call it Google Blacklist.
  • Oh yes, they did!
  • More than 400 Norwin High School seniors got an eyeful Friday morning when pornographic photos appeared on a giant screen during a presentation on the importance of donating blood, triggering awkward laughter, a police investigation and an apology from school officials. The images — described by students as gay pornography — were on a flash drive belonging to a Central Blood Bank employee who was about to deliver a PowerPoint presentation to the entire senior class. Assistant Principal Tim Kotch plugged the drive into a computer, clicked on a file, and several photos appeared.
  • According to the Justice Department’s report, FBI officials, including the Pittsburgh office’s top lawyer, engaged in distinctly COINTELPRO-style tactics after the American Civil Liberties Union sued for the release of documents relating to the surveillance. Boiled down to their essence, those tactics involved officials generating post-dated “routing slips” and other paper to create a terrorism threat that didn’t exist. Or as the inspector general put it, the FBI’s elaborate, “after-the-fact reconstruction” of the Pittsburgh events, designed to fabricate a counter-terrorism rationale for the rookie’s surveillance mission, “was not corroborated by any witnesses or contemporaneous documents.” It was on the basis of their fabrication, moreover, that FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III gave “inaccurate and misleading” testimony to Congress, the IG said.
  • The better option, though, is to use a camera with networking capabilities. We’re increasingly seeing spy movies-come-to-life cameras like this Bluetooth device from Looxcie, which you wear over your ear and lets you instantly email video, but the same technology is also standard now in most smart phones. The ability to store audio or video off site—to email it to friends (or yourself), or to upload it to social networking sites—is becoming more and more accessible. And it’s a pretty powerful check on government, as shown by the Iran demonstrations, the Grant shooting, and the alleged police abuses shown in hundreds of videos uploaded to video sharing sites.
  • The anonymous pro-piracy group 4Chan this weekend propagated a series of denial-of-service attacks against a number of high-profile trade associations and anti-piracy groups in this country and abroad that succeeded in interrupting internet service for long periods of time. The attacks were in retribution for similar DDoS attacks perpetrated by Aiplex, an Indian anti-piracy group that admitted in early September that new, more aggressive tactics were being attempted on behalf of movie industry clients, which include many Bollywood studios but also Fox STAR Studios, which is owned by 20th Century Fox. Those attacks targeted The Pirate Bay and other file-sharing sites.
  • Case in point: evercookie, an open source JavaScript API by developer Samy Kamkar. When implemented by a website, evercookie stores a user ID and cookie data in not two, not three, but eight different places—with more on the way. Among them are your standard HTTP cookies, Flash cookies, RGB values of force-cached PNGs, your Web history, and a smattering of HTML5 storage features. In addition, Silverlight Storage and Java are apparently on the way. So, when you delete the cookie in one, three, or five places, evercookie can dip into one of its many other repositories to poll your user ID and restore the data tracking cookies. It works cross-browser, too—if the Local Shared Object cookie is intact, evercookie can spread to whatever other browsers you choose to use on the same machine. Since most users are barely aware of these storage methods, it’s unlikely that users will ever delete all of them.
  • What exactly is broken penis syndrome? It’s what we call penile fracture. It is a severe form of bending injury to the erect penis that occurs when a membrane called the tunica albuginea tears. The tunica albuginea surrounds the corpora cavernosa, specialized spongy tissue in the core of the penis that fills up with blood during an erection. When the tunica albuginea tears, the blood that is normally confined to this space leaks out into other tissues. You get bruising and swelling. What are the signs of penile fracture? Usually there will be a popping sound. If someone has severe pain (in the penis), especially associated with bruising, swelling and loss of erection, he should seek emergency care.
  • By the time I strolled into the emergency department, the young man’s member had come to resemble a hybridized sausage having the shiny, soft capsule of a fine Wisconsin bratwurst and the puffy corpus and purple coloration of a morcilla fresh from the Pampas. By the general standards of blunt penis trauma — from the superficial bruising from forcibly engaging a clarinet to the bleeding urethra of a pincing dresser drawer — this was somewhat unusual.
  • The modern West’s first recorded encounter with the Polynesian practice of tattowing dates from 1769, when Joseph Banks—a naturalist aboard the British ship Endeavour—watched a 12-year-old girl (the “patient,” he called her, though modern aficionados might prefer the term “collector”) being extensively adorned. Banks’ description is brief but harrowing: “It was done with a large instrument about 2 inches long containing about 30 teeth,” he wrote in his journal. “Every stroke…drew blood.” The girl wailed and writhed but two women held her down, occasionally beating her. The agony lasted more than an hour.
  • Rhodes noted that people fear the blast and radiation effects of atomic bombs, but it’s really the fires that are most destructive. The fireball ignites everything far beyond the blast effects. As a result, nuclear winter remains a threat. Former researchers of nuclear winter used sophisticated new climate models to assess what would happen if, say, there was an exchange of 100 Hiroshima-sized bombs (1.5 kilotons) between India and Pakistan. The smoke clouds would disrupt the weather long enough to collapse some agriculture, leading to starvation of as many as a bilion people.
  • Leonard Skinner, arguably the most influential high school gym teacher in American popular culture, whose enforcement of a draconian classroom policy against long hair inspired some of his students to name their Southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd, has died
  • Be on the lookout, warn the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security, and the National Counterterrorism Center, for such “indicators of possible terrorist activity” as “behavior that could indicate participation in surveillance of potential targets,” “travel or interest in traveling overseas to attend violent extremist institutions or paramilitary camps,” or checking out “websites and reading materials that advocate violence and then initiating action in support of this activity.” See something? Say something!
  • As one Senator, Clarence Dill, noted in support of the ban: In his experience, the dial phone “could not be more awkward than it is. One has to use both hands to dial; he must be in a position where there is good light, day or night, in order to see the number; and if he happens to turn the dial not quite far enough, then he gets a wrong connection.” Is it any wonder that some of us think that it’s not a good idea for elected officials to determine the relative merits of technology?
  • When you’re shopping for stolen credit and debit cards online, there are so many choices these days. A glut of stolen data — combined with innovation and cutthroat competition among vendors — is conspiring to keep prices for stolen account numbers exceptionally low. Even so, many readers probably have no idea that their credit card information is worth only about $1.50 on the black market. Don’t you just hate it, though, when online stores nickel and dime you to death? I started to get that chintzy vibe when I opened an account at rock3d.cc, one of many sites where one can buy stolen Visa, MasterCard, Discover and Amex card information. The purloined card numbers — no doubt lifted from PCs infected with data-stealing malware like the ZeuS Trojan — fetch $1.50 for U.S. accounts, and $4 (USD) for accounts belonging to U.K. residents.
  • The folks over at Open Acta Mexico sent over their report on an open information meeting at the Ministry of the Economy in Mexico about ACTA last week. There were two oddities that they called attention to. The first is that there was an MPAA representative at the meeting, who apparently asked whether or not ACTA could be used to block access to “damaging” sites like Wikileaks. As the Open Acta Mexico people asked, what does Wikileaks have to do with movies? It seems like an interesting question, though, and I’m assuming that the MPAA is using Wikileaks as an example of a site they deem “dangerous” to get the idea across, so that later when they designate other sites (say… The Pirate Bay….) as dangerous, they can use this to make the case it should be blocked. Nice to see the MPAA is so blatant about using copyright for censorship…
  • As Mexicans celebrate the 200th anniversary of their independence from Spain, evoking a history of resistance against colonialism, a disturbing development unfolds on the country’s northern border: a fleet of US Predator B drones has been deployed on constant patrol.
  • Ridge Meadows RCMP today admitted they were helpless in attempting to get a video removed from the internet of what investigators called the appalling gang rape of a 16-year-old girl by seven males at a rave early Saturday.
  • Jews throughout Williamsburg snapped up caffeine suppositories today, hours before the start of the Yom Kippur fast that would deprive them of the jolt — and hunger suppression — that coffee typically provides. The day-long fast is the centerpiece of the holiest day on the Jewish calendar — but some religious Jews see a Talmudic loophole that allows them to ingest their daily dose of caffeine, albeit through a different orifice.
  • The scientists looked for the residue these drugs leave behind in human urine after they have been taken, and which end up in the water. The results showed the presence of eight kinds of drugs, particularly cocaine and ecstasy, SINC said. “The results confirm the presence of drugs such as cocaine, amphetamines, codeine, morphine and cannabis in the surface waters … at levels ranging between 0.06 and 78.78 nanogrammes per litre,” said Yolanda Pico, lead author of the study.
  • Italian monetary authorities said Tuesday that they had impounded $30 million from the Vatican bank and placed its top two officers under investigation in connection with a money-laundering inquiry. The announcement amounted to another potential storm confronting the papacy of Benedict XVI, who is struggling with the effects of a priestly abuse scandal.
  • A UN probe said Wednesday there was “clear evidence to support prosecutions” against Israel for “willful killing” and torture committed when its troops stormed a Gaza-bound aid flotilla in May. In a scathing report, it also threw out Israel’s argument that activists on the aid ship were violent thereby justifying the decision by Israeli soldiers to open fire, adding that some were the victim of actions “consistent with…summary execution.”

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SeMeN SPeRmS Links o’ Death Archive 6

Canadian drug victim sues dealer
Dolphin Gets Boner
Awesome! Roy Shildt, former World Record Holder Of Missile Command
Thnx Billoney
rape puppy in housing project
Go All The Way: Queen Deleona Balloon Stylee
Thnx Molly
Adult Breastfeeding
In responce to the 8 yr old breastfeeding clip
Thnx Billoney
How to Hack a Diebold Voting Machine
Thnx Emone
Corpse Wheeled to Check-Cashing Store Leads to 2 Arrests
Soon To Be A Major Motion Picture: Weekend At Bernie’s 3!
Thnx EMTV
Exploits Sneaker Culture
Thnx Jack Hanley
Muscle Woman Smaller Indian Dude
Thnx Booberry Billoney
High School.. “What’s Happening”
High School “Knuck if you Buck”
High School Band Knuck if U Buck
Hamburger Dress
Mouth Waterin’!
SiFeet Pussy Foot
Latest C-String Invisible panties
Gotti PANTSING GAME
Pantsed pictures
Snorting a Brain Chemical Could Replace Sleep
Study: Whites more likely to get narcotics in ER
Thnx ESPO
3D
Thnx Maryam Modarressi
Monkey
2 Head Snake
kız çarpılmış diyolar
child
Bolt!
Headbutt
Thnx Truett Dietz
Mike Tyson moments
Thnx Jake Hanly
80’s Lover – cb shaw
WTF?!
OK to be gay
Thnx Wade Oates
new03b.jpg (JPEG Image, 650×695 pixels)
thnx ESPO
Sergei’s Frankenstein Litter РExperiments in the Revival of Organisms
8.
perfect stewardess
heels on a train
This is the New Hollywood!
in the Train Prank
Hollywood celebrities all go anorexic turning absolutely flat
Private space companies start competing for cheaper tickets to the Moon
2014 Roundtrip Moon Ticket – $100 Million.
What’s up with the “cocaine mummies”?
The Weird Science Awards
Inside Norway’s ”Doomsday” Seed Vault
Scattered around the Spanish coastline, 700 shipwrecks lie laden with more gold and silver than in the vaults of the Bank of Spain
Active Reactor Radio Active watches Made in Japan.
I’m sure airport security will love this one
Arm-wrestling game recalled after players break arms
Weird Costume Men’s Underpants from Japan
Airmusician Air Guitar
Sushi-Rolling Machine
Reminds me of cigarette rollers
Sex in God’s Words by NaTaS
Biblical Sex Talk
Mystery container found on beach
Thnx David Canning
Pies
watered
-Lisa Soaking. Beakman World.
pie face
Allan Coe Anita Bryant
Bryant Pie in the Face
Pie in the Face
Classic custard pie in the face. Only REAL cream pies are used in my videos. No shaving cream.
Green Slime
shower
In The Face
girl gunged
Pools
at Mohegan Sun 2007
Escapes Major Injury in ATV Rollover
up, wazzup
The Webby Awards’ 12 Most Influential Online Videos of All Time
Obey Plagiarist Shepard Fairey
Throwbacks – Insane Collection of Vintage Spraypaint
T-Qualizer Shirt Flashing Shirt
Inside Skate – Upholstered Skateboard For Indoors
Pipeline Fish Tank
There’s graffiti, then there’s historic graffiti
Santa’s Crimes Against Humanity
Salvia Divinorum to become Schedule 1 drug this new year in Illinois
NPR : ‘Cocaine Shortage’ May Be a Myth
Thnx Petey
vs Duck Hunt
vs Contra
Godzilla doesn’t need 30 lives, HE ONLY NEEDS ONE TO KICK ASS!
Blingee.com SeMeN SPeRmS stamp
Haaah, check out Blingees made with my sperm gif!
Questionable Redecorating Tips & More From TONY’s Cheap Issue
“Sounds…delightful. What girl wouldn’t want “You Look Ugly” ground into her mirror and images of spermatozoids swimming over her ceiling and cabinents?”
Guitar Solo–Eddie Van Halen
Halen vs AC/DC
youths hit by heroin
Moms, don’t blow heroin smoke into yer kids mouths to calm them.
Burroughs in NIKE Air Max commercial
Pretty Gross
HEAD – Helpless – Live – 1980
the Animal Steel at the Zoo
Gene – Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo
midget
German Midget
Vs Shark
Bastard (1968) – Catchy Theme Song
РFiktivní výbuch atomové bomby v Krkonoších (Zprávy ČT24)
Hackers smuggle mushroom cloud into CT’s live broadcasting – Prague Daily Monitor – 18.06.2007
explosion Nükleer Felaket
Baby Jesus Gets GPS After Thefts
Busy Bank Robber at Fulton Mall Was Too Predictable, Police Say
For Orlando Taylor, a 26-year-old Brooklyn man who apparently had a strange attraction to a couple of bank branches at the bustling Fulton Mall, three times was a charm. So was the fourth time. But according to the police, when he returned on Tuesday to c
New Zealand toilet inventor flushes out worm worries
“She felt that the worms were being unfairly treated, being expected to deal with human faeces, and that it could affect them in a psychological way,”
Japan: It’s O.K. to Fire on Godzilla, Official Says РNew York Times
The Post-Apocalyptic Collection
Sneaky Drink a Beer Anywhere
Cheeta – Donate to or Purchase a Painting
He likes to paint and has developed a wonderful talent as an abstract artist trademarked as “Ape-stract.”
Cheeta the World’s Oldest Chimpanzee
Paintings by Chimpanzee Outsell Warhol, Renoir at Auction
NPR : No Chump Change for Chimp Art
Congo (chimpanzee)
Congo was the name of a chimpanzee who learned to paint on paper and canvas, under the aegis of zoologist, ethologist, and surrealist painter Desmond Morris. He was most productive in the late 1950s. His style has been identified with abstract impressioni
Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled
List of apes
The Craziest Kewpie Doll Ever! PQ Creepy Kewpie Doll (Gross Q)
Bowie Lollipop In Eye
A Subway Workers Legacy, in Art Form
Black Sabbath Riots: Milwaukee 1980
A-Ron Needs Interns
Bear-ly Legal
NSFW
The Bronze Pinball Machine with Woman Affixed Also
Foster Back Track – Stockings
Malone Trailer
Malone – Bad Guys
Dog
kid + Paintball + Temper = lolz
or Here’s an Old Man Talking About Sex
Service Saftey Video (WARNING: Little Disturbing)
Movies with Dyanne Thorne
Thnx EMone
Comedy Stylings of John Roberts – The Christmas Tree
Thnx Aviva Yael
Talons Make Me Horny – NSFW
Thnx Truett Dietz
Flaming Shot
Thnx Annette Bunny
Hatchet vs Genitals – NSFW
So Fuckin’ Wrong!
Thnx Roy Roy
flute plays O christmas tree
Thnx Tim Barber
“Weekly Review” (Harper’s Magazine)
IKE ‘BEATS’ TINA TO DEATH
Thnx Espo
How a pair got out of jail free
A Plague of rats hits Indian state
Team trailer (Jean-Claude Van Damme & Dennis Rodman)
FOR DEATH Mall Scene
Verg tearin up the set!
for Death trailer (Steven Seagal)
up empty fuel cans
The Top (trailer)
Your Consideration: Road House
Strutters’ Encounter with the Five-O
Pink Angels (trailer)
thnx Billoney
Suspected Mexican cannibal found dead in cell
Tijuana enclave feels sting of escalating border strife – Los Angeles Times
U.S. Border Patrol agents have battled rock-throwing attackers by launching pepper spray and tear gas into Mexican border neighborhoods
AK47 Paper Gun Model Kit
A gift for the person who has everything
The Kingdom Of Steel Manowar Online Store
The new MANOWAR condoms are the perfect romantic accessory for all true metal couples.
Giant rat found in ‘lost world’
Seen bigger in Chinatown!
Weird Vintage Japanese Model Kits
The Key to Reserva – Hitchcock X Scorsese
Thnx Jake Hanly
Sperm Tattoos
Gold Pill makes your poop glitter for $425
Thnx Billoney
Dana DeArmond x Johnny Ramone RIP
NSFW
McPiss
Some weird chick takes a piss on the floor of mcdonalds. Would you like fries with that!
Ass Police
German Shepherd in Police Uniform
NYC///POP LIFE///RYAN McGINLEY IN THE GUGGENHEIM SPIRAL…
WireImage: Listings
Artist A-Ron and Socialite Genevieve Jones
Lower East Side – Art – Holidays – New York Times
The Guggenheim’s Young Collectors Ball
Get Kicked To The Curb
Miss McDonald Zombie
Stewardess/Flight Attendant Uniform Collection
682 different stewardess uniforms from 301 airlines.
Custom Welding Helmets and Masks
Dirty Bastard – Drunken Freestyle Yo MTV Raps
Thnx Jake Hanly
Neckface – Features – Dazed Digital
Dolphin vagina
Explains Masturbation To Dj
Canoeist resurfaces five years on
Fire crew aid in penis operation
BBC NEWS | England | Devon | Flatulence ban for club pensioner
Thnx David Canning
Don’t Smoke Weed!
Thnx Jeff Henrikson
rap represented in mathematical charts and graphs
Thnx Jaylan Yolac
Soccer
Walk
Walk It Out!
Thnx EMone
New York in Black and White – Vintage NYC Photos
Blender skateboarding circa 1985
Thnx Jacob Korczynski
80 Blocks From Tiffany’s (Video Documentary) Now Online!
Dope!
Thnx Peter Sutherland
Student charged in museum bomb hoax granted bail
Dude, It’s Art!
Suck” by Jaw Knee & A-Ron
Thnx Wade Oates
Chimps beat humans in memory test
Thnx Bjarni Einarsson
Yo Dick – Acoustic Version
3D Thumbs. Hot Free 3D Porn Drawings. Free 3D TGP
NSFW
The Juvenile System Photo Gallery
The Spanking News -Employee strip-searched and spanked because of phone call
Girl Flashing In Subway Fast Food Restaurant
She Talks About Cheddar & Sour Cream Chips, Awesome! NSFW
3D rendedered hot sexy virtual girls
Pretty Kute ‘n Kreepy
Damme gets a boner!
T. Justice orders diablo sandwich
Lane Blacktop – I’M NOT INTO THAT!
Such A Good Scene!
LANE BLACKTOP (trailer)
Point (1971) – Trailer
Point – Primal Scream
Mondays – Performance – OSM live
Mondays Interview
Women Police Academy
Bad Bitches In Burquas
Baby Sissy Nappy Diaper Cover
Namath and Pantyhose
Young twins with ‘divine power’ lead guerrilla army
Old News But Crazy
Twins
The Tree Man
Dogg -Sensual seduction
Thnx Haley
Oscar De La Hoya Rocks the Fishnets
WTF Tadpole Molester
Fast Food: Ads vs. Reality
A History Of Racist Spokescharacters
Guy Hurls Plungers At People’s Backs
of East Harlem – Run Shaker Life (Soul to Soul)
Thnx Peter Sutherland
Dat Soulja Boy, Kids!
Yo Dick
Thnx ESPO!
The Apocalypses That Might Have Been
Suzanne G. – Giving Taste A Bad Name Since Kindergarten
Man gets probation for secret apartment at mall
RC Steam Powered Centipede
Clothing LED
Chris Gilmour – Cardboard Sculptures
J-Lo Picks A Winner…and Eats It!
superheros with down syndrome
Surfin Bird live 1978
Dies Irae – The Trip (1971)
CAN – Das Millionenspiel
The Inner Space (Can) – I’m Hiding My Nightingale
Chasses Bizarres
Gallery of Container Ship Accidents
Man cuts off his own arm
USERS ARE LOSERS!
FOOD COURT GOTH
U.S. prison system a costly and harmful failure: report
Hide your old pills in poop, government says
Are We Losing the Fight for Porn?
The uninvited guest: Chinese sub pops up in middle of U.S. Navy exercise, leaving military chiefs red-faced
Russia sect holes up in cave to await end of world
Vortex Vibrations Suction Vacuum Cleaner Vibrator
‘I gotta stay home and vacuum tonight’
Tie
G-Spot Amplification‚Ñ¢
Bus Shelter In Chelsea Is Defaced With Acid – New York Times
Councilman blasts graffiti class at Hostos Community College
Digital ‘smiley’ turns 25
🙂
Ave flashing gone wrong!
QUEEN PART2
thnx Flossy
– Crank that Soulja Boy
thnx EMone
Dildo Cart Ride
nsfw
Skateboardmom.com
SK8 MILFS! thnx Tim Barber
Los Angeles Prank Call
thnx Jake Hanly
Commercial
thnx Mats Hökdahl
!!!
Rate My Corpse Paint
HowTo: Bump Key
thnx Truett Dietz
D – Mantronix – UK Hip-Hop 101 ’87
Skeerd
The Order of Death Preview
Bohemian Club
Evil Reptilian Jinn living among us controlling institutions
DAVID ICKE: The Lizards and the Jews
Market Train
Thnx Steven Powers
A (Not So) Complete History of Celebrity Pot Smoking Photos
Frat House
thnx Billoney
Van Halen Jump Sounding Mad Fucked
thnx Fons.Ske
Farty Pants
NOT the scientology recruitment video ^o)
– O&A Fan-To Catch A Predator
big spider bite
“I think I’m gonna puke!” I agree!
To Catch a Sex Predator… Guy Passes Out!!!
Catch a Predator” Perv falls headfirst. New Jersey 2007
Kelly – Real Talk Behind the Scenes
“They don’t shit what we eat!”
METAL REMIX!
Be Ridin’ Spinnaz
BAD Trip Off Benadryl
– How to Make a Zine; Paper, Scissors, Pen – Rockin!
LAME!
BILLONEY.COM
Size DXM Extraction
is my only love.
extraction from tussin+(NOT tussin)
DXM Extractions
New Drug – Jenkem
Nu Rave!
on the News
Duuuude! Thnx Peter Sutherland
Chinatown Garbage Tour
Ripley’s Believe It or Not
On judge judy
on jerry springer
Puke-alicious
Survivor Duck: 15 Years and 17,000 Miles Later
American Civil Liberties Union : Combatting the Surveillance Industrial Complex
Point, Click… Eavesdrop: How the FBI Wiretap Net Operates
Dance Show Hot Dance Line
Brown judges 1972 Dance contest.
The Official Michael Caine Website
Graffiti : Ossario : Alexandre Orion
Urban Ecological Subversion: The Art of Guerilla Gardening in Public Spaces
Decency debate rages after Southwest shuns flier in skimpy attire
CBGB TO BE CHIC BOUTIQUE
You already know…
Download This: YouTube Phenom Has a Big Secret
All About Fakery…
Delphinus Delight
Dolphins Petition
Dolphin
Sex with Dolphins – “How To”, and a Personal Viewpoint…
Drifters – UP ON THE ROOF
“This video’s got it all – graff, soul, pigeons, rooftop action!” – Steven Powers
President Bush Gets His Watch Jacked
Man gets sick benefits for heavy metal addiction
Disney Animation Reuse
Hand Wound : Rattlesnake Bite
Meat Wigs
Kenadie Jourdin-Bromley’s Official Site
Mini Mixed Chocolate Human Brains Treats with Cherries (Mini brains, 12 pieces)
mymy what an ass
thnx jankins797
Bill on The Bible
thnx skoolz
skate. Manual Tutorial Featuring Jason Dill
Haaaah…creepy computer version of Dill
thnx annette bunny
Singing
LET A CRACKHEAD SING AT YOUR FUNERAL
thnx espo’s sister
The Secret Life of Howard Hughes
THE HUGHES LEGACY SCRAMBLE FOR THE BILLIONS – TIME
BRITNEY ALONE!
thnx mike troubleman
Tiger Pumping – Saline Men – Supersize Your Sac!
Yikes! NSFW
thnx truett dietz
With John – Episode One – Montauk with Jim Jarmusch
thnx truett dietz
Aron tricked us into being in this video…
thnx jen bucken
“Weekly Review” (Harper’s Magazine)
Israeli Neo-Nazi Cell Broken Up
thnx espo
sequenza del mattatoio
thnx clear john
Attack
thnx russell gordon
Navajo Crips
thnx mike troubleman
General Strike: 9/11/07
N.W.A. Clip
thnx espo
Walken’s Three Little Pigs
Kerouac Reads from On The Road
R. Kelly Trapped in the Closet Character Map
“It’s [Kelly’s] ability to weave the plight of modern man into larger-than-life characters and absurdist plots that points to a deeper, more literary genius. As Monteverdi is to opera, R. Kelly is to hip-hopera. I don’t think anyone would deny that.”
– E
Awesome Skate Tricks Video
Of Rodney Mullen
thnx mike troubleman
Poster Warning Police Brutality
Superfly Parts
5,100 Boy Scout leaders removed for abuse
In The Closet (Chapter 14)
In The Closet (Chapter 13)
R. Kelly Is Back!
Buyer pays $84,000 for skateboarding video
‘Corny’ thnx leo f
“Weekly Review” (Harper’s Magazine)
Car Chase – Italian Style
Rambo
Schwarzenegger kills people
– Fungi
Heads!
Accused Campground Peeper Tied To Tree
Wild Vervet Monkeys Wreak Havoc in Kenya
“The monkeys grab their breasts and gesture at us while pointing at their private parts. We are afraid that they will sexually harass us ”
Catsuit & Rebreather
Police w/ Kanye West – Message in the Bottle
Kanye West…worst rapper ever?! You Decide…
Theme Song 1969
plays guns n roses – sweet child o’ mine!
Fetish
Ewwww…
Teen USA 2007 – South Carolina answers a question
Teens are our future.
thnx mike s
WTF??
Ron Mueck
Fresh Jugs – Thank the Milkman for those delicious Jugs!
Show Them To Me
Corny Horny Country Together With Titty Shot Movie Comp
Teaming Baroness
thnx fdg1977
Incense Medical Information
Liquid incense is sold on the Internet under a variety of brand names. It is usually described as a room deodorizer, despite being sold for other purposes. Liquid incense that is breathed in (inhaled) is called a “popper.”
pantyhose
leotard collection vol 1
Girl Fight
Kraftschlag – Klansman KKK Fucks FREEDOM OF SPEECH Amerikkka Red White & Blue Swastikas
‘Kraftschlag – Klansman Skinhead skinheads RAC 88…white power aryan race niggers interracial Hitler America right wing KKK Supremist WPWW 1488 MTV Nationalist 88 skinhead’ WTF FTW Shit Is Fucked
on Poppers
A mate of ours having a big sniff of poppers
Invasion
Poppers pumps up the party
poppers effect 2
V festival Poppers competition!
POPPERS THEN A BONG HIT
and poppers
experimenting with the song “Chocolate Rain”
how about experimenting puttin’ a loaded shotgun in yer fuckin’ mouth and pumpin’ the trigger, wigger!
SNOW (CHOCOLATE RAIN PARODY)
You Kill Yerself Tube
Rain McDonald’s Spot / Tay Zonday
Rain Sung By McGruff The Crime Dog
Rain 8Bit Remix
Rain” Original Song by Tay Zonday
Rush II
co worker sniffing gin
vs. Transvestite Basketball
You just don’t get entertainment like this in America.
thnx clear john
RUSH¬Æ Liquid Incense¬Æ World’s Best Selling Brand Liquid Aroma¬Æ
Pete Doherty’s Cats Test Positive for Cocaine
thnx steven powers
Gallardo with custom paint job
thnx jaydub
NMKY (Finnish YMCA cover)
Those Crazy Finns!
thnx fons ske
THE INDESTRUCTIBLE MAN
and Butthead on Letterman
Woman jailed for testicle attack
A woman who ripped off her ex-boyfriend’s testicle with her bare hands has been sent to prison.
thnx david canning
“Weekly Review” Harper’s Magazine
R. Pufnstuf – Mechanical Boy.
Someone Needs To Do A Neu Rave Remix!
thnx fdg1977
Cookie Rapper
thnx barber tim
Cheerleader Brawl
Yesssssssss!
BEARFORCE1 — The first real ‘bearband’ of the world.
thnx bobby wham
Holy Shit! Too Gay For Work…
thnx bobby wham
‘Em!
thnx russell gordon
Gooden Strawberry Tyson
Memorial Diamonds created from a lock of hair or cremated remains / ashes / cremation
My relatives diamond is clearer than your relatives diamond, mines looks like Grey Goose, yers looks like urine, son!
thnx maxwell goldman
Vibrator robber jailed over raid
thnx david canning
wave pool in Tokyo. Where’s the water?
thnx tim artz
Real Doll Lovers
“Remember the iDollator community? You know, the dudes who have “relationships” with their Real Dolls? Well, here’s a short documentary about them. It’s very creepy, very scary, and very sad.”
thnx carlen altman
Mia Rose
World of Whorecraft, and why a poor whore got banned
thnx bret pittman
Poetry Slam Intro
Like, Woah!
: ŸÑÿπŸÜÿ™ ÿ®ÿ± ÿߟäŸÜ ŸàÿߟÑÿØŸäŸÜ – ŸàŸäÿØŸäŸà : – Lil’ Kid Smokes Opium
thnx annette n jr
“Weekly Review” (Harper’s Magazine)
I’m Really Jamaican
Ja’Fakin’ – thnx matt goias
Really Jamaican Remix
thnx matt goias
Raped By A Dolphin
TeddyFucker.com
NSFW
Trepanation – an alternative medicine approach towards mental well being
ITAG Trepan Trepanation
During the period from 2000 until 2004, ITAG’s focus was mainly on establishing relations with a medical facility that would provide elective trepanation services for individuals who wanted to be trepanned. Competent surgeons were found and a pilot study was instantiated. During those four years, fifteen volunteers were trepanned by an experienced surgeon. All surgeries were successful and there were no complications. All volunteers were satisfied with the results.
Trepanation Photos
Tesla’s Biography
Trepanation
Transatlantic Review Trepanation Interview – Bart Huges / Joe Mellen
SERGIO ARAGONES
Frogs
Surgically alters thumbs to better use iPhone
“The procedure involved making a small incision into both thumbs and shaving down the bones, followed by careful muscular alteration and modification of the fingernails.”
A/C Unit Keeps Car Cool
thnx orion bayo
White Rapper Wale Merriweather Wears Junkie Whammy
thnx jen bucken
Surprise Superhero Gay Time
thnx carlen altman
SKILLZ! Rock
To Punish Thai Police, a Hello Kitty Armband
Thnx Sarah18
Saw @ Stereo Mars sound PNP Rally 1986
Thnx Matt Goias
“Weekly Review” (Harper’s Magazine)
Exploring the Massive, Viscous Oil Blob That Lies Just Beneath the Streets of Greenpoint
Flashlight Weapon Makes Targets Throw Up
Distortrait
Sex Addicts Anonymous
Hills 90210 – Kelly’s Rape
when Dylan calls Kelly and tells her he wants to get high, she agree to meet him, when she gets out her car, she is followed into an alley, and gets beat up, and thrown onto a pile of garbage, then she is raped
Hospital – Luke Rapes Laura
In 1979 Luke raped Laura at the disco. Here are those famous scenes.
Girls – Nazi Pope
– Nazi Grindhouse Exploitation clip
Female Teen Employee Strip Searched And Molested In McDonalds
Osama’s Taliban Orgy
NSFW
TI dog
Cute or TOTALLY FUCKIN’ CREEPY?!
Disaster Strikes: Orchard Street Destroyed!
Kings Highway Subway Station
World Naked Bike Race
The Smoking Museum
Employee Video – Grill SKILLZ! Rap
Cookin’: The Farmhouse Sandwhich
Injuries Test
I’m SORRY…It does get worse…
Ground Final Scene
It doesn’t get worse than this…
Ground Trailer
I saw this film stoned in a texas drive-in when i was 16
Dad shaped mango like a VagINA!
Sexy Robots
thnx tim barber
PICTURE NY Petition
dancing
FACE!!!!
Custom Figures
McDonald’s Daughter
McDonalds Commercial – Creeepy!
tupacisme69
to Make a New York Egg Cream
EVOLUTION OF M.J. by CB – THE ETCH A SKETCH MAN
thnx froglegsfordinner
Jon & the East Side Boyz – “The Nigger Counter” (132x)
Call me Whitey, Nigger
Remember the 90’s??
or Nigga ?
– The KKK took my baby away LIVE in Sweden
YouTube Sucks
and Wildboy TV intro (1977)
Killing Of America
Thnx John Carchietta
Lizzy – Bad Reputation at the Sydney Opera House 1978
Lizzy – Bad Reputation
Thnx Nick Kokkinis
Third Nipple Peirced
Thnx Orion Bayo
Boyfriend pillow for Japan singles
US cat ‘predicts patient deaths’
Thnx David Canning
Vandals”
Fun or Dumb? The Problem of Vandalism
FUN!
Dropout (Part 1) / Why Teenagers Drop Out Of High School
Thnx Frogslegsfordinner
Original full-size Johnny Five robot from Short Circuit – (item 230155438774 end time Aug-03-07 18:00:00 PDT)
Thnx Eddie Perez
Skull-A-Day
Gimme Octopus 1
Plays Pac-Man
cereal commercial (early 80’s)
1999 Sci Fi Tv Intro 1srt Season episode
Electric Company – Poison
Yuk Commercial
Manhattan Trailer
Thnx John Carchietta
Residents – Renaldo and the Loaf – Songs For Swinging Larvae
The Fantastic Foreskin
Circumcised men are employing weights and pulleys to cover themselves back up
Ricky – Late Night Special
WTF?!
Killers (1973) – Trailer
These guys have a message for the cops… and it ain’t Happy Birthday.
birthing Video
pipa – Surinam Toad w/ eggs
pipa – Surinam Toad Babies Emerging
www.sleepassault.com
Hot Teen Sleepy Heads. NSFW!
“Weekly Review” (Harper’s Magazine)
– Philipino Inmate Version
1,500 plus CPDRC inmates of the Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center, Cebu, Philippines at practice! Thnx Peter Sutherland.
Robert Reed – Champagne OK
Spot The Fake Smile
Thnx Tim Barber
Blood Puddle Pillows
Largest Man Meets Smallest Man
Hell on Earth: The never before seen colour photographs of the bloody battle of Passchendaele | the Daily Mail
Alpha the Robot Meets Zorine, Queen of the Nudists
Dolphin voyeurs kill the mood for saucy submariners
De France 2007 – Dog Accident
Oh Man! Thnx Peter Sutherland.
A-Ron Featured in I-D
Flamethrower Goes Bad
“We made us a Supersoaker flamethrower but it went wrong.”
a super-soaker at -45F
Flamethrower
To Paint With a Fire Extinguisher
of the Body Snatchers Dog Scene
Replaced With Pods
and Gentleman, I Give You Ghetto-Man!
Thnx Espo
Monkeys
Thnx Tim Barber!
L.E.FUCKIN.S
Inversion
Little Girl Allegedly Taped ‘Rolling’ on Ecstasy
Beware of Tainted Toothpaste
Gothamist Labs: Map
New York City pays $29,000 for arresting topless woman
Ugly Outfits New York
Steve Kurtz, artist or terrorist?
Another, more whimsical project that Kurtz showcased at the conference in Amsterdam was called Cult of the New Eve (CONE). It consisted of a mock religion that practiced “molecular cannibalism” by inviting people to eat bread and drink beer containing
Memetic Engineering
“Weekly Review” (Harper’s Magazine)
Severed Thumb
Head between two asses
Welch (Shower Scene)
10 Top Ways To Spot A Ladyboy Katoey In Thailand
How do I get blood out of denim?
1976 – Best/worst moments
Erotic life cast sculpture studio
Barbarian Princess
RoboSapien Sex
Emeraald Mask
Striped Tights Fetish Blog
semensperms
SeMeN SPeRmS
SeMeN IRAK
Extreme Wheelchair Riding
break dance
MyDeathSpace.com
Priest’s Murder Posted On YouTube
Brooklyn Banks 2005
No Aaron / No NYC
Johnson Smith’s Fun Catalog 1979
Vinyl Data
“That’s right: there were a handful of records released in the late 70’s and early 80’s that contained computer programs as part of the audio. This is totally insane, and totally great.”
A Walk in the Valley of the Uncanny
Flower Communicator Hanakotoba – Listen to your plants!
Japanese beer for children
Dante’s Inferno – A Virtual Tour of Hell
Exploring the Mind-Body Orgasm
Now, self-healing materials can mimic human skin, healing again and again
Public donates to UW scientist to fund backward-in-time research
Plants recognize their siblings, biologists discover
THE STARCHILD SKULL: Deformed Human or Human-Alien Hybrid?
Cosplayers and Robots Dancing in the Streets
Asahi Robocco BeerBot (Beer pouring robot)
UFO Area: Man Has Green Blood
Antique And Vintage Tattooed Nudes
eBay: NECKFACE TRASH CANS RARE NO RESERVE AUTHENTIC BANKSY
Revs
Squirrel goes on rampage, injures 3
‘Cream of Wheat’ man gets grave marker
Toddler served margarita in a sippy cup
Wasting away in Margaritaville
in the Closet 12
in the Closet 11
In The Closet Part 10
In The Closet Part 9
in the Closet (Part 8)
in the closet Part 7
in the Closet (Parts 5 and 6)
in the Closet 1-5
Time Out New York: How to: Redo your loo
LIKE A CHOLO
One of those Worst and Best moments
Turbo II, Junkyard Boogaloo
“Weekly Review” (Harper’s Magazine)
OFFSHORE RADIO IN 60’S UK
CAROLINE
Redding – Satisfaction (Live)
to play “Saturday In The Park”
– Over Under Sideways Down
Faces – All Or Nothing
From a Documentary called My Generation
Troubled clown hopes for second chance
Markham, the Suffolk resident whose alter ego is Spunky the Clown, was arrested May 6 and charged with attempting to smuggle marijuana to an inmate at the Greensville Correctional Center
Pentagon Confirms It Sought To Build A ‘Gay Bomb’
Ja on WNYU (old Dj eclipse show)
Rack Lo Interview
Big Pile of Naked Page 3 Girls
eBay: GIL HIBBEN~ALIEN~CUSTOM ULTRA RARE~MASTERPICE~UNIQUE
Two of these and you’re good!
eBay: 1970-76 New Jersey MUG SHOT Biker Gang Book
“Motorcity Competition Regular Skaters of the 1970’s”
Orchard Street Bootleg Mini-Mall Pictures
VintageGirlwatchers.com
Pictures of Joyce DeWitt from “Three’s Company”
Hanna-Barbera Land
just another lost dream
The Great Crush Collision
Apparently bored in 1896, Texas railroad agent William G. Crush decided to make his own fun. He got two train engines, painted one green and one red, and set them at opposite ends of a two-mile track. Then he sent them toward each other at 45 mph
School Yearbook Features Kids Doing Drugs
Weasel Coffee
Delicious coffee regurgitated by weasels
DaM-Hobos
OMG NSFW Hobo Porn!
Hasselhoff Eats A Burger While Drunk (Full Version)
Burger ‘n Muffintop
The Dishonor Roll – Women Arrested for Indecent Behavior With Kids
Accused Female Pedophiles, Molesters and Sex Offenders…There’s some hot ones!
Fart Combat
GIRLS
girls fart
Drop
It’s a brand new dance that’s goin’ around
Now That’s What I Call a Security Camera!
The Bad Old Days
Thnx Booberry Bill
Cocaine energy drink pulled from shelves
…because it SUCKS!
Cheetos Lip Balm
Quick vibrating lock pick – How To
Naughty Kid Skirt Lifting
Ye Olde Metal Days – a photoset on Flickr
More Unkempt Hair Farmers
Brazilian Wax Video
What PJ Needs!
PJ Harvey Hairy Upskirt
Woof!
Chinese Boy With an Extraordinarily Big Head
You Ovenhead!
Hawking Zero-G
Awesome!!!
Stone has “white hair”
Not A Rolling Stone
Vision
IRAK! IRAK! IRAK!
Infomercial
IRAK! IRAK! IRAK!
Bud Bundy Busted 4 Bud
Guy Peellaert
N.M. Tech takes lime green toilet off clock tower
Man Posed As Leukemia Boy to Get Child Porn
“My love of my life turned out to be a 30-year-old pedophile.”
DISSECTION Frontman Shot Himself In Head As Part Of Ritual Suicide
“I’m going away for a long, long time. I’m going to Transylvania.”
“Weekly Review” (Harper’s Magazine)
SeMeN SPeRmS x Claw Money Skateboard in Nylon
Crazy Interactive Instrument
aaron bondaroff – Razor Apple
Style Q&A: Aaron Bondaroff
The Brand Underground – New York Times
STUSSY WORLD TOUR aNYthing
cycling in kneesocks
Christina Aguilera and Donald Duck love boobies!
Stacy Keibler Gets Her Skirt Pulled Off Video
Don Bolles of the Germs busted for Dr. Bronners soap
Boy, 7, Finds Crack Cocaine in Pocket
Sharking Galore – Japanese Underwear Shark
More Top Sharking
More Sharking
Japanese Sharking
European Sharking
“>European Sharking
Franciszek Starowieyski Posters
Breast Health Slideshow
The Faustian Bargain of The LES Hipster
Cover Art Artist Gallery #1: Marcus Keef (photographer)
GAL’S GROWL: HEAR ME ROAR
“I’m not a woman!” a fist-swinging lesbian shouted as she and her six girlfriends jumped the terrified man who had dared to flirt with them
CITY COMMISH SLAMS RISE IN PARK GRAFFITI
“…but you can see the price society pays when people decide it’s OK to do graffiti,” a peeved Commissioner Adrian Benepe told lawmakers at the City Council.”
LOWER EAST SLIDE – A HIP ENCLAVE, CLUBBED TO DEATH
“…and Kid America, who’s not really famous for anything but has been on the scene forever and could conceivably be 45.”
Exploding iPod Art
All about Jay Maynard, the TRON Guy
Looks like the ‘Where’s My Stapler?’ dude from Office Space in some Hott CosPlay Action!
Animated Atari Pong T-Shirt
The Voynich Manuscript
Codex Seraphinianus, by Luigi Serafini – 1983
The Codex Seraphinianus is unique in placing its invented world centre stage and, even more uniquely, purporting to be a product of that world itself.
Codex Seraphinianus
More Backstory
Haaaah!
Graffiti Artist Claw Money Cashes in Her Street Cred
70’s Van Advertisements
Cinesex gallery of porn posters
– Autobahn
Jan Lenica – Polish Posters
SKATEBOARD KINGS 1978 – a British documentary crew comes to DogTown
1929 Johnson Smith Novelty Catalogue
Titty Puppetry
Cosplay Flashmob Dancers Dispursed By The Man
Cellular automata video synthesizer kit
Things Computers Can Do in Movies
The times they are a’changin’?
the history and psychology of the heckler
Mammatus, Lenticular & Other Extreme Clouds
Semz
Advice for Graffiti Writers
NYPD Intelligence Op Targets Dot-Matrix Graffiti Bike
Autograf: SEMZ
RIP
S.F. Live Masturbate-a-Thon Scheduled May 26
Mystery cat takes regular bus to the shops
Arirang Festival
“Weekly Review” (Harper’s Magazine)
Racial slur on sofa label stuns family
USC Bare Ass
SeMeN SPeRmS SKaTeBoArD TeAm CaPTaiN
Peak Hill Climb Peugeot 405 T16
Thnx Peter Sutherland
Panda Porn
Principal Sues Over Fake MySpace Profile
Gotta love the smell of chrome paint!
‘Freddy Krueger’ attacker jailed
A man obsessed with the horror film character Freddie Krueger used a home-made bladed glove to slash his sleeping friend.
Craigslist ad leads to trashed home
School principal sues students over parody MySpace profile
A school principal sued four former students who he claims posted parody MySpace.com profiles saying he smoked pot, kept beer at school and liked having sex with students.
Lawmaker wants baking soda to be sold behind counter
Million Dollar Man “The Secret of Bigfoot”
Marijuana’s Key Ingredient Might Fight Alzheimer’s
MANGROOMER Do-It-Yourself Electric Back Hair Shaver
Art of the Shock-tail
the mixologists at the Double Down Saloon in Las Vegas keep an unmarked bottle of vodka in which float several slices of bacon.
Man Invents Musical Condoms
Uncle Oinker’s Gummy Bacon
Museum of bad album covers: the worst album covers ever!
Bacon Air Freshener
Celebrities Eating Dot Com
Houdini Revealed
Computing Photographic Forgeries
What’s it like to get a needle in the eyeball?
‘I’m the last crazy artist’ – Alejandro Jodorowsky
Yikes! It’s The Tiger Fish!
Hand Wound Monday: Recluse Spider Part 2 of 6
KKK Beauty Pageant

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