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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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Nuclear Powered Lies

✖ The myth of the eight-hour sleep
In 2001, historian Roger Ekirch of Virginia Tech published a seminal paper, drawn from 16 years of research, revealing a wealth of historical evidence that humans used to sleep in two distinct chunks. His book At Day’s Close: Night in Times Past, published four years later, unearths more than 500 references to a segmented sleeping pattern – in diaries, court records, medical books and literature, from Homer’s Odyssey to an anthropological account of modern tribes in Nigeria. A woman tending to her husband in the middle of the night by Jan Saenredam, 1595 Roger Ekirch says this 1595 engraving by Jan Saenredam is evidence of activity at night Much like the experience of Wehr’s subjects, these references describe a first sleep which began about two hours after dusk, followed by waking period of one or two hours and then a second sleep.
✖ The Internet Blames Obama for the Death of Andrew Breitbart
Before 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, The New York Times’ assistant managing editor, Jim Roberts, tweeted what was perhaps the first accusation that hinted at Barack Obama’s involvement. “Only a few weeks ago, #Breitbart spoke to CPAC, claiming to have videos of Obama from ‘college days,’” wrote Roberts. Sure enough, only weeks earlier Breibart, never one to hold back against the president, told an audience at the Washington, DC Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) that he was close to leaking videos that would end the political career of the commander-in-chief. “I have videos, this election we’re going to vet him,” Breitbart told an audience of attendees last month. “We are going to vet him from his college days to show you why racial division and class warfare are central to what hope and change was sold in 2008.”
✖ Your brain on ‘shrooms: fMRI elucidates neural correlates of psilocybin psychedelic state
Psychedelic substances have long been used for healing, ceremonial, or mind-altering subjective experiences due to compounds that, when ingested or inhaled, generate hallucinations, perceptual distortions, or altered states of awareness. Of these, the psychedelic substance psilocybin, the prodrug (a precursor of a drug that must in vivo chemical conversion by metabolic processes before becoming an active pharmacological agent) of psilocin (4-hydroxy-dimethyltryptamine) and the key hallucinogen found in so-called magic mushrooms, is widely used not only in healing ceremonies, but, more recently, in psychotherapy as well – but little has been known about its specific activity in the brain.
✖ Wyoming House advances doomsday bill
State representatives on Friday advanced legislation to launch a study into what Wyoming should do in the event of a complete economic or political collapse in the United States. House Bill 85 passed on first reading by a voice vote. It would create a state-run government continuity task force, which would study and prepare Wyoming for potential catastrophes, from disruptions in food and energy supplies to a complete meltdown of the federal government. The task force would look at the feasibility of Wyoming issuing its own alternative currency, if needed. And House members approved an amendment Friday by state Rep. Kermit Brown, R-Laramie, to have the task force also examine conditions under which Wyoming would need to implement its own military draft, raise a standing army, and acquire strike aircraft and an aircraft carrier.
✖ ‘Plume-Gate’ Shocker: Media Silence Raises Troubling Questions
The executive branch and multiple federal agencies, agencies tasked with keeping the American public safe, did their best to hide and to cover-up information about a deadly radioactive plume and ensuing fallout that was headed for the West Coast of the United States from Japan. The fact it was real and did arrive is proven by samplings from milk, vegetables and rainwater. Even though EPA testing methodology and actual capability were questioned, independent sources verified the fallout. To those who say radiation does not travel in a plume or that fallout is a local phenomenon, there is an excellent distillation of the book ‘Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment’ at GlobalResearch.ca that proves otherwise. The evidence obtained in the FOIA request indicates that right from the start, the NRC had a clear idea of the significance of the disaster that was unfolding, but concealed the truth from the American public.
✖ Underground ghost station explorers spook the security services
Last month TfL applied to issue anti-social behaviour orders which would not only stop them undertaking further expeditions and blogging about urban exploration but also prohibit them from carrying equipment that could be used for exploring after dark. Extraordinarily, it also stipulates they should not be allowed to speak to each other for the duration of the order – 10 years. “To me, telling people they can’t associate with their closest friends is an incredible invasion of human rights,” says Garrett. “It’s a complete overreaction and an amazing tack to take after the group already agreed to a caution.” He thinks TfL’s legal action is fuelled by a wider misunderstanding of what urban exploration is about. “What we do is very benign,” he says. “The motivation for it comes from a love for the city – we want to interact with its hidden histories and forgotten stories and places.”
✖ Giant fleas plagued feathered dinosaurs
At 20.6 millimetres long, the 165-million-year old fossils dwarf the largest living flea – a 12 mm species which plagues the mountain beaver of North America. The fossil beasts are so large they may have lived on feathered dinosaurs rather than the small mammals that scuttled across the Mesozoic landscape, according to André Nel at the National Museum of Natural History in Paris, France, a member of the team that made the find
✖ Medical Journal: Legalize ‘After-Birth Abortions’, ‘Infants Are Not People’ :
Abortion is largely accepted even for reasons that do not have anything to do with the fetus’ health. By showing that (1) both fetuses and newborns do not have the same moral status as actual persons, (2) the fact that both are potential persons is morally irrelevant and (3) adoption is not always in the best interest of actual people, the authors argue that what we call ‘after-birth abortion’ (killing a newborn) should be permissible in all the cases where abortion is, including cases where the newborn is not disabled.
✖ Cops nab Philly woman who gave illegal butt injections
A Philadelphia woman was arrested Wednesday at a so-called “pumping party,” where police say she was planning to administer buttock-enhancing injections. Police say they received a tip that Padge Windslowe, also known as “Black Madam,” would be performing the procedure at a Germantown home. This wasn’t the first time the “Black Madam” was connected to illegal buttock enhancements. Windslowe is under investigation for a botched butt-enhancement procedure on 20-year-old British student Claudia Aderotimi at the Hampton Inn near Philadelphia International Airport in February 2011, according to police. Aderotimi died after the procedure was performed.
✖ Inflation Is A Tax And The Federal Reserve Is Taxing The Living Daylights Out Of Us
Ronald Reagan once famously declared that inflation is a tax, but sadly most Americans did not really grasp what he was talking about. If the American people truly understood what inflation was doing to them, they would be screaming bloody murder about monetary policy. Inflation is an especially insidious tax because it is not just a tax on your income for one year. It is a continual tax on every single dollar that you own. As your money sits in the bank, it is constantly losing value. Over time, the effects of inflation can be absolutely devastating. For example, if you put 100 dollars in the bank in 1970, those same dollars today would only have about 17 percent of the purchasing power that they did back then. In essence, you were hit by an 83 percent “inflation tax” and all you did was leave your money in the bank. So who is responsible for this? Well, the Federal Reserve controls monetary policy in the United States…
✖ Chinese Drones Will Use Genetic Algorithms to Learn to Hunt For Submarines
China usually holds its military hand very close to the vest–that, or things “mysteriously” leak that it doesn’t (does) want the world to know about–so we’re left to wonder why the People’s Republic has decided to publish this in the journal Advanced Materials Research. Nonetheless, it’s pretty interesting. Chinese navy researchers have plans for a new submarine hunting scheme that uses ship-launched UAVs running genetic algorithms. Genetic algorithms narrow down a range of possibilities to an optimal solution much the way evolution does (at least in a simplified sense)–by weeding out the weaker offspring and mating the best with the best to create stronger candidates. These algorithms would take into account things like fuel economy, potential air and sea threats, and oceanographic geography to zero in on the most likely places for submarines to be moving at a given time.
✖ Wanna File a Police Complaint (Arrested for Trying) [Video]
Either intimidated into leaving or arrested… Either way he couldn’t File a Police Complaint
✖ DHS tracked Occupy Wall Street to ‘control protesters’
In addition to monitoring Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Meetup and Occupy live video feeds, the feds also relied on the left-leaning activist website Daily Kos for tracking protest locations. “The growing support for the OWS movement has expanded the protests’ impact and increased the potential for violence,” the report notes in its final paragraph. “While the peaceful nature of the protests has served so far to mitigate their impact, larger numbers and support from groups such as Anonymous substantially increase the risk for potential incidents and enhance the potential security risk to critical infrastructure (CI). The continued expansion of these protests also places an increasingly heavy burden on law enforcement and movement organizers to control protesters.” Hastings warned that there were “ominous” implications to this kind of information gathering.
✖ Anatomy of the Great Adderall Drought
The results of the shortage or lack of insurance coverage for generic Adderall XR forced many people to seek out name-brand Adderall XR, which, in turn, ran out. Then people, desperate for any ADHD medication, sought out the generic instant release amphetamine salts (formally Adderall). The increased demand on instant release dried up the supplies pretty quickly, and soon ADHD sufferers everywhere were unable to find any form of their medication. Luckily, Shire had magically possessed enough amphetamines from their DEA quota to produce plenty of their new ADHD medication, Vyvanse. In fact, Shire doubled its third quarter profits from 2010 to 2011, with most of that increase resulting from Vyvanse sales. During this time, coinciding nicely with the Adderall shortage, Shire hiked the price of Vyvanse.
✖ Stratfor Is a Joke and So Is Wikileaks for Taking It Seriously
The group’s reputation among foreign policy writers, analysts, and practitioners is poor; they are considered a punchline more often than a source of valuable information or insight. As a former recipient of their “INTEL REPORTS” (I assume someone at Stratfor signed me up for a trial subscription, which appeared in my inbox unsolicited), what I found was typically some combination of publicly available information and bland “analysis” that had already appeared in the previous day’s New York Times. A friend who works in intelligence once joked that Stratfor is just The Economist a week later and several hundred times more expensive. As of 2001, a Stratfor subscription could cost up to $40,000 per year.
✖ 9/11 Terrorist Featured in Ad on Facebook
As Facebook gets ready to go public, the eyes of the world will become even more focused on the Menlo Park-based social network. That’s just partly why Friday’s report of an insurance advertisement on Facebook featuring the face of 9/11 terrorist Mohamed Atta is not the type of publicity the site wants ahead of its initial public offering.
✖ Pantokrator, the Heavy Metal Church of Bogota
They meet every Saturday night on the second floor of a house, above a paint store. The services are a mix of traditional mass and metal that has biblical themes. The rosaries are made from chains and the bibles lined with denim. As the music reaches a crescendo, praises of the Lord are sung. Cristian asserts, “If Jesus were alive today, he would be neither a guerilla nor a metalhead. He would accept everyone without distinction and without reproach to anyone.” Can’t really argue with that!
✖ Man stricken eating ‘Triple Bypass’ burger
Laughing tourists were either cynical or confused about whether a man was really suffering a medical episode amid the “doctor,” “nurses” and health warnings at the Heart Attack Grill in Las Vegas, a restaurant owner said Wednesday. “It was no joke,” said Jon Basso, who promotes himself “Doctor Jon,” his scantily-clad waitresses as nurses and customers as patients. Basso said he could tell right away the man in his 40s eating a Triple Bypass burger was having trouble. He was sweating, shaking and could barely talk.
✖ Deepest terrestrial animal found in Krubera-Voronja cave
Scientists have discovered four new species of primitive eyeless insects, one of which they described as the deepest land animal ever found. These animals are springtails (Arthropoda, Insecta, Collembola), a minute primitive wingless insect with six-legs and without eyes that commonly live in total darkness in caves, where they feed on fungi and decomposing organic matter. Described by Rafael Jordana and Enrique Baquero from University of Navarra (Spain), they are known for science as: Anurida stereoodorata, Deuteraphorura kruberaensis, Schaefferia profundissima and Plutomurus ortobalaganensis. The last one is the deepest arthropod ever found, at the remarkable depth of 1.980 meters (2,165 yards) below ground surface. The insects were collected during the Ibero-Russian CaveX team expedition to the world’s deepest known cave during the summer of 2010.
✖ Low-wage Facebook contractor leaks secret censorship list
Namely, female nipples or even the impressions of nipples under clothing are unacceptable to Facebook censors, whereas male nipples are fine. Images of breast feeding, too, are forbidden if they show an exposed nipple. “Crushed heads” and mutilated limbs are also fine, so long as the person posting such images does not express delight and no internal organs are visible. The list specifically says that on this point, no exceptions would be made for news media. Also verboten: images of bodily fluids, including ear wax and pus; dead animals; advocacy of violence; advocacy of eating disorders; racial jokes where “the humor is not evident”; and “any photoshopped images of people, whether negative, positive or neutral”; “pixelated or black-barred content showing nudity or sexual activity”; “digital/cartoon nudity”; and images of drunk or sleeping people with “things drawn on their faces.”
✖ Goodbye, First Amendment: ‘Trespass Bill’ will make protest illegal
In the text of the act, the law is allowed to be used against anyone who knowingly enters or remains in a restricted building or grounds without lawful authority to do so, but those grounds are considered any area where someone — rather it’s President Obama, Senator Santorum or Governor Romney — will be temporarily visiting, whether or not the public is even made aware. Entering such a facility is thus outlawed, as is disrupting the orderly conduct of “official functions,” engaging in disorderly conduct “within such proximity to” the event or acting violent to anyone, anywhere near the premises. Under that verbiage, that means a peaceful protest outside a candidate’s concession speech would be a federal offense, but those occurrences covered as special event of national significance don’t just stop there, either. And neither does the list of covered persons that receive protection.
✖ Cyberattack Could Be Directed at Facebook, Hijacking HAARP
But the line between mockery and hysteria may prove very thin, indeed, with one report at Consternation Security positing that, in the wake events such as the Iranian army overriding and capturing an RQ-170 drone, Anonymous might be able to hijack the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program, or HAARP. It is with HAARP, Consternation claims to report seriously under a shimmering photo of an aurora, that hackers could, after inciting bouts of “headaches, dizziness, confusion, and even insanity,” “quite literally cook the President while he sleeps.”
✖ Caught in the crossfire: Should musicians boycott Israel?
Last summer, punk rock icon Jello Biafra and his band decided to cancel a show they had planned on playing at the Barby Club in Tel Aviv. At the time, Biafra wrote that ‘the toll and stress on the band members and myself has been huge, both logistically and as a matter of conscience’. In August, Biafra decided to travel to Israel and Palestine himself to explore his thoughts on the cultural boycott of Israel.
✖ Starting March 1st, A Red License Plate in Nevada Means the Driver is a Robot!
An extended campaign in Nevada by Google has led to a new host of provisions which will allow automated cars to legally drive in the state. Starting March 1st, 2012 innovators like Google can officially apply for a new kind of robot driver’s license that will give them permission to openly test their cars on the road. Automated vehicles will be able to travel the same streets and highways as human drivers, with only a red license plate marking them as robots. Once research on those automated cars is complete (which may take years), the Nevada Department of Motorized Vehicles will issue them a neon green license plate – an indication that the robot drivers are good to go.
✖ Shocking photos of teacher accused in California molestation horror surface
Shocking photos of accused pedophile Mark Berndt offer a glimpse into his disturbing behavior at scandal-rocked Miramonte Elementary School in South Los Angeles. In the newly-surfaced pictures, the 61-year-old is seen wearing a bizarre costume clearly geared to the Disney set. He sports Mickey Mouse ears, a form-fitting black shirt and tiny baby-blue satin running shorts over black tights, with an arm draped around a little girl dressed as a fairytale princess. Berndt completes his over-the-top child-like appearance with a half-eaten cupcake in his hand and green frosting smeared on his mustache. The 61-year-old teacher faces multiple life sentences. He currently has been charged with 23 counts of lewd acts on children. Police say Berndt blindfolded students, taped their mouths and photographed them with a cockroach crawling on their faces. He is also accused of conducting “tasting games” in which he fed students semen from a spoon and cookies laced with the same bodily fluid.
✖ U.S. Tells South America to Shut Up About Legalizing Drugs
Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano has a message for everyone who thinks the drug war is bad: you’re wrong, it’s awesome. (Reuters) – Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano defended Washington’s drug war strategy on Monday despite calls by some Latin American leaders to consider decriminalizing narcotics. … “I would not agree with the premise that the drug war is a failure,” Napolitano said. “It is a continuing effort to keep our peoples from becoming addicted to dangerous drugs.”
✖ China’s State Police Seize iPhone Branded Gas Stoves with Apple Logo
Now here’s something you don’t often hear about. Two warehouses containing iPhone branded gas stoves got seized by the state police at Wuhan, after discovering they are not real Apple products
✖ Shrines safeguarded from Pussy Riot
Russian Cossacks are to stand guard over Moscow’s Orthodox churches after a feminist punk band broke into a Cathedral and sang blasphemous songs at the altar. ­Earlier this month, four members of the all-girl band Pussy Riot rushed the church dressed in mini-dresses and wearing masks. Without losing time, they sang a song entitled Holy S**t before being escorted out by security. The girls are notorious for their publicity stunts. They’ve performed a song on Red Square addressed to Prime Minister Vladimir Putin. Now the Cossack say, “Let’s protect the holy shrines!”, promising to create vigilante groups to protect a number of churches in the Russian capital.
✖ Pussy Riot Band Members In Russian Orthodox Church (Punk Invasion) [Video]
✖ Report: Gov’t “collapsed” during Japan nuke crisis
“As we listened to our top nuclear experts, we politicians had no idea what they were talking about. Was anyone going to suffer radiation contamination? Would this be another Chernobyl or Three Mile Island? No one could give us a straight answer,” Fukuyama recalled in the report. After 300 interviews with officials and nuclear experts, the report said government was partially at fault for not having an emergency plan if a magnitude 9.0 earthquake struck the country. However, investigators concluded the plant’s operator, Tokyo Electric, was to blame for the majority of the problems. “They were astonishingly unprepared for this nuclear accident,” lead investigator Youichi Funabash told CBS News. It seems that Tokyo Electric was unprepared for a power failure. Without electricity, the cores of the reactor couldn’t stay cool, and it triggered explosions and meltdowns.
✖ Homeland Security Dept. Pays General Dynamics to Scour Internet for Criticism of its Policies
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has been paying a defense contractor $11.4 million to monitor social media websites and other Internet communications to find criticisms of the department’s policies and actions. A government watchdog organization, the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), obtained hundreds of documents from DHS through the Freedom of Information Act and found details of the arrangement with General Dynamics. The company was contracted to monitor the Web for “reports that reflect adversely on DHS,” including sub-agencies like the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Citizenship and Immigration Services, Customs and Border Protection and Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
✖ Illegal Everything [Video]
This Stossel special will blow your mind! The government, especially the EPA is out of control as well as local prosecutors trying to make a name for themselves.
✖ Interpol arrests 25 suspected members of ‘Anonymous’ hackers group
“This operation shows that crime in the virtual world does have real consequences for those involved, and that the Internet cannot be seen as a safe haven for criminal activity,” said Interpol’s acting director of police services. However, it was not clear what evidence there was to prove those arrested were part of Anonymous, an extremely loose-knit international movement of online activists, or “hacktivists.” Spanish police said earlier they had arrested four suspected hackers accused of sabotaging websites and publishing confidential data on the Internet. They were accused of hacking political parties’ and companies’ websites and adding fangs to the faces of leaders in photographs online, and publishing data identifying top officials’ security guards, Spanish police said.
✖ Big Food Must Go: Why We Need to Radically Change the Way We Eat
It is time — now, not next year — to de-occupy Walmart. And Archer Daniels Midland. And Tyson Foods. And Monsanto. And Cargill. And Kraft Foods. And the other large corporations that decide what ends up on our plates. Take all our money out, public and personal, from our shopping dollars to school district lunch contracts to the corporate subsidies that uphold these firms’ grip on our food supply, and invest it in a new system that’s economically diverse and ecologically sustainable. These corporations’ stranglehold over food has wreaked havoc on the environment, our health, farmers, workers, and our very future. It is time for an end to Big Food, and a societal shift to something radically different. We all deserve a future where what we eat feeds community and land, instead of eroding soils, polluting water and air, and tossing away small farmers and immigrant workers as if they were balance sheet losers.
✖ A Bicycle That Plays Records
While we’ve seen plenty of crazy boombox bikes in our day, this bicycle by Dutch designers Merel Sloother, Liat Azulay and Pieter Frank de Jong, takes that idea one step further into the past. A prototype of their Feats per Minute project, this retro-inspired ride allows riders to play records as they travel throughout the city. We’re assuming that pedaling faster will speed up the music — which could prove problematic unless you’re going for a leisurely ride or enjoy listening to chipmunks squeak — but we’re in love the concept, as long as no one comes riding down our street too early on the weekend.
✖ YouTube Identifies Bird Song as Copyrighted Music
Is this a freak occurrence? NO! It is a very common occurrence. It is a well-known error. One person has had to file over 100 disputes for mistaken bird sounds. For some reason Google is reluctant to fix this so companies like rumblefish take advantage of it to gain fraudulent income (google makes something also).

 

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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.
✖ YOUR KID’S ON DRUGS [Video]
✖ 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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  • In the Sixties, a groundbreaking series of experiments found that 65 per cent of us would kill if ordered to do so.
  • Last August, U.S. Navy operators on the ground lost all contact with a Fire Scout helicopter flying over Maryland. They had programmed the unmanned aerial vehicle to return to its launch point if ground communications failed, but instead the machine took off on a north-by-northwest route toward the nation’s capital. Over the next 30 minutes, military officials alerted the Federal Aviation Administration and North American Aerospace Defense Command and readied F-16 fighters to intercept the pilotless craft. Finally, with the Fire Scout just miles shy of the White House, the Navy regained control and commanded it to come home. “Renegade Unmanned Drone Wandered Skies Near Nation’s Capital,” warned one news headline in the following days. “UAV Resists Its Human Oppressors, Joyrides over Washington, D.C.,” declared another.
  • The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has received numerous reports from consumers who received an e-mail that has the appearance of being sent from the FDIC. The e-mail informs the recipient that “in cooperation with the Department of Homeland Security, federal, state and local governments…” the FDIC has withdrawn deposit insurance from the recipient’s account “due to account activity that violates the Patriot Act.” It further states deposit insurance will remain suspended until identity and account information can be verified using a system called “IDVerify.” If consumers go to the link provided in the e-mail, it is suspected they will be asked for personal or confidential information, or malicious software may be loaded onto the recipient’s computer.
  • A Nobel Prize winning biologist has ignited controversy after publishing details of an experiment in which a fragment of DNA appeared to ‘teleport’ or imprint itself between test tubes.According to a team headed by Luc Montagnier, previously known for his work on HIV and AIDS, two test tubes, one of which contained a tiny piece of bacterial DNA, the other pure water, were surrounded by a weak electromagnetic field of 7Hz.

    Eighteen hours later, after DNA amplification using a polymerase chain reaction, as if by magic the DNA was detectable in the test tube containing pure water.

  • John Boehner is the ultimate Beltway hack, a man whose unmatched and self-serving skill at political survival has made him, after two decades in Washington, the hairy blue mold on the American congressional sandwich. The biographer who somewhere down the line tackles the question of Boehner’s legacy will do well to simply throw out any references to party affiliation, because the thing that has made Boehner who he is — the thing that has finally lifted him to the apex of legislative power in America — has almost nothing to do with his being a Republican.
  • But Banksy keeping noticeably quiet in the feud yet targeting what had been the oldest piece in London seemed like a rookie mistake, a publicity stunt gone wrong as it was greeted with scorn from the graffiti world and a bevvy of new fans in the media for Robbo. “If anything it backfired and showed just how little respect he has within our community. It also gave me the opportunity to shine a light on graffiti, to show that writers aren’t just spotty teenagers that draw on bus-stops, we can be witty and funny in a way Banksy can’t, because he’s not radical he’s just a toy with a PR team.”
  • A New Jersey lawmaker has withdrawn a hastily introduced bill to require all bicycles in the state to display a license plate.Assemblywoman Cleopatra Tucker was getting deep criticism for her proposed law that would have required riders or their parents would pay $10 a year to register their bikes with the Division of Motor Vehicles – or be subject to fines of $100.

  • Masood Ahmed, graffiti artist turned graphic designer, gave a lecture on the History of Graffiti, and its influence on his work as a graphic designer. He spoke of the natural progression from graffiti into graphic design, pointing out that graffiti is manipulation of letter-forms, and in graphic design, we call that typography.
  • Holy Shit!
  • Chicken Fat is a feature length documentary about the legacy of MAD Magazine’s seminal artist Will Elder. It is on it’s way to being completed in 2011. We already have interviewed an impressive array of artists, writers, publishers and pop-culture experts which you can see by visiting www.ChickenFat.tv . Your donations will be used to complete our production interviews with Playboy founder, Hugh Hefner; American author, screenwriter and artist, Daniel Clowes; Film Director, Joe Dante and William Stout, one of the few artists who worked with Will on Playboy’s Little Annie Fanny. To date this project has been funded using a generous grant from the Laurie Foundation and my own hard-earned cash! Once these interviews are complete we hit the edit room and plan to have a completed documentary by year’s end. Any donation, no matter how small, is very much appreciated!
  • There are two angles of approach that I will be taking here, the first of which involves the information that we know about Loughner–from news reports and from Loughner’s online trail–that seem to fit the profile for a mind-controlled MKULTRA assassin. Another angle of approach involves an examination of the potential fallout of this tragedy, which will frame my speculation regarding a possible motive or motives. After discussing these two aspects, I will pose some important questions that will undoubtably require independent investigation of dedicated truth-seekers like you and me.
  • In November, an inventor introduced a line of men’s and women’s underwear that is equipped with powdered metal inserts that block a variety of scanning technology, but don’t set off metal detectors. The gear’s Web site said the company’s “emphasis is on protecting the traveling public, airline, medical, and security professionals from radiation generated by backscatter, x-ray and mm-wave imaging equipment.”“Sensitive tissues not of interest to imaging procedure will be protected and obscured, avoids potential child pornography and stored image medical issues (HIPPA compliance),” said the site.

    TSA is not unfamiliar with commercial efforts to block screening. The agency went through similar warnings about products designed to block imaging of baggage sent through X-ray screening a few years ago, when an artist designed metal plates with explicit messages that could be placed inside baggage to taunt screeners.

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SeMeN SPeRmS Links o’ Death Archive 8

YouTube – De La Soul – Say No Go
Gucci Crew II – Five Dollar High
Redman & Method Man – Da Rockwilder
Redman – Tonight’s Da Night
De La Soul – Me, Myself And I
Digital Underground – Humpty Dance
Jungle Brothers – Straight Out The Jungle
KRS-ONE – Sound Of Da Police
Marley Marl feat. MC Shan – Marley Scratch
Son Of Bazerk – Change The Style
Raekwon – Incarcerated Scarfaces
EPMD feat. K-Solo & Redman – Head banger
Slick Rick – Treat Her Like a Prostitute
Grandmaster Flash & Fab Five Freddie/Wild Style
Double Trouble – Wild Style
Brand Nubian – Slow Down
Masters Of Ceremony – Sexy
Nice & Smooth – Sometimes I Rhyme Slow
Fuck that, people sleep on Nice & Smooth
YouTube – Nice & Smooth – Hip Hop Junkies
Who directed this video, Gregory Dark?!
Fu Schnickens – la schmoove
This one’s for the Donnnnnnnnnn!!!!
Leaders of the New School – Classic Material
Don’t sleep on this song, son-son!
De La Soul – A Roller Skating Jam Named “Saturdays”
Back to the feelgood
Public Enemy – Miuzi Weights A Ton
Without these guys most of this shit nowadays wouldn’t exist!
Public Enemy – Shut Em Down
This is dedicated to you AMERIKKKA!
Public Enemy – Rebel Without a Pause Live on MTV
Terminator X – Buck whylin
Listen to the Black Flag ‘Rise Above’ sample!
Eric B & Rakim – MICROPHONE FIEND
3rd Bass – Gas Face
Run DMC- Rock Box
Sir Mix-A-Lot – Iron Man
Ultramagnetic Mc’s – Travelling At The Speed Of Thought
Schooly D – I Don’t Like Rock’n’Roll
Holy Shit!
L’trimm – “Cars That Go Boom”
Alice Cooper – School’s Out
Fallout Shelter Handbook 1962
Klu Klux Kramer
YouTube – Slow motion high FPS compilation
Thnx Ryan Kitson
‘Kramer’s’ Racial Tirade
Bad Brains – At the movies – 1979
Thnx Espo
Can You Get Dear With A Dead Deer?
Wisconsin motion argues sex with animal carcass not a crime
Man calls police when DEA agents take his pot
Skateboarding Girls
The shady one-man corporation that’s destroying hip-hop
How to Hack a Coke Machine – WikiHow
Motorhead to sponsor under-10 Soccer team
Thnx Leo
(you gotta) fight for your right (to party)
Quiet Riot – Party All Night
Beastie Boys Totally Ripped This Off…
New Order – Confusion
Such a great video!
Adam And The Ants – Ant Rap
Back when everyone was jumping on the bandwagon.
Adam & The Ants – Prince Charming
Dentist shortage leads man to superglue own tooth
Chicago Crystal Meth Accapela
Meth commercial
Get A Job!
Russian artist makes his erotic works according to fairy tales
Tesla – the missing secrets of Nikola Tesla
Meth use ‘behind crumbling euros’
eBay: A SET OF 6 SUPER SPERM CLIPPER LIGHTERS, FUNNY DESIGNS!
BITERZ!
‘Toon Room
Girl Shits Hottub
I Smell A Fake!
Pakistan ‘kidney bazaar’ thrives
knockoff*project
Album cover spoofs, goofs, tributes, send ups, near misses and coincedences.
The (relatively unknown) Tunguska Explosion of 1908
Air Guitar Shirt!
Monkey Kissing Prank Video
Slip ‘em some tongue, so wrong!
Pelican Eats Living Pigeon Video
BNE on Japanese TV
BoxOfApples – Fruit Crate Label Art
Unicycle Freestyle
mytits15
Charles Bronson Wears Too Much Cologne
20th Century Modern DJ Table – $10k
Over The Edge trailer
CLIFF BURTON TRIBUTE
Locksport International visual picking guide – in comic book form
Naked man arrested on weapon charge
“Sheehan replied that he had hidden a screwdriver in his anal cavity”
Fire breaks out at Salt Lake crematorium
“Fire officials said the six-hundred pound man was in being cremated when his body fluids were too much for the oven. The body fluids seeped out onto the floor and ignited causing a fire at the Garner Funeral Home in Salt Lake City.”
Steve Powers – Takin’ It Back To The Streets This Weekend
‘Only 50 years left’ for sea fish
Thnx 323
Timothy Leary’S Last Trip (LSD)
LSD – The Beyond Within
How to Make a Hollow Book
The Red Balloon – short film 1956
Michael Angelo Double Guitar – Salvador-BA-Brazil
Yngwie Malsteem-Guitar solos
more buckethead
buckethead theme
Cheap Trick- Alan Thicke Interview 1983
5 Neck Guitar
Richie Blackmore shreds.
Van Halen Guitar solo 1978
Guns N’ Roses_-_The Godfather Theme
Exclusive Hipster Hangout: Everyone Welcome – New York Times
Mary-Kate Olsen’s New Man Revealed!
Olsen Twin And Snow Twin
Retro Pinup Lingerie Photos – Pinup Models – Winky Tiki Photography – Glamour Photographer
Gator Gets Deer
Guy finally washes hair after 26 years
Pelican attacks pigeon
Hot Chick
Chinastic| Contemporary Arts Exhibition in Nanjing
Holy Flying Furry Penises!
Peter Gorman | Naked Rooms
Naughty Aliens
Lefty Sells O’s
Doin’ the Pigeon
Burt Gets Down. Thnx Espo
Face Transformer
Web could be terror training camp: Chertoff
Thnx 323
Mike Tyson doing the monster mash
Munster P
Kicks of the Week
Tragedy Befalls Lafayette Streetwear Scene
Biggie’s St. Ides Commercial
St. Ides Commercial – 2Pac & Snoop Dogg
Ice Cube – St Ides Malt Liquor Commercial
Makes Yer Jimmy Thicker!
“Michelle, the pass around girl”
Avril Lavigne Drunken Upskirt Pictures
Toshio Matsumoto – for the damaged right eye
Bush Moves Toward Martial Law
Global ecosystems ‘face collapse’
Thnx 323
SMACKFEST
Sepultura Refuse Resist played by 10 yr olds
New Caster Rapist
Gorilla Picks Butt And Eats It
Tesco condemned for selling pole dancing toy
The ¬£49.97 kit comprises a chrome pole extendible to 8ft 6ins, a ‘sexy dance garter’ and a DVD demonstrating suggestive dance moves.
Old Time Radio at The Monster Club
Scary Stories For All You Kool Ghouls!
Inmate uses laxatives to flee jail
Willie
Humping Iron
CBGB’s – NYC – October 13, 2006
Panorama Photography
Red Raven Animated Records
Rotting Bacon
Official Celebrity Bra Size List
Man shells out £14k on army tank for supermarket run
Squirt Power – Supa Soka
NSFW
Clay Aiken Slash Fiction
Macro Cat Tongue
Rat Salad
Hawk Fatality Move
Wikipedia:Picture of the day
Monique Coleman Wardrobe Malfunction On “DANCING WITH THE STARS”
I’m Not On The List, I’m Naked
LEGO Flamethrower
Spanaway Man Accused Of Having Sex With Dog
Indian girl skates under 40 cars
The Legend of 11 Spring Street
Boong-Ga Boong-Ga – Anal Probing Arcade Game!
Experts create invisibility cloak
Thnx Leo
Suicide note leads to dismembered body
“…a woman‚Äôs charred head in a pot, her arms and legs in the oven and her torso in the refrigerator…”
Developmentally Disabled Man Sodomized At Bowling Alley
sexually abused with a plumbing snake
Free adult friendly image host
Touchscreen Pervert Games
Friday The 13th Fantasy Trading Cards
Sci Fi Sexy Rangers
Nude Album Art
More Titties
Titties
Leadbelly News Report
Thnx ‘Spo
K-Fed Gets Dissed Then Dropped
Thnx Espo
Snoop Dogg’s – Hood of Horror – Death Tag
US Congress launches probe into virtual economies
They Wanna Tax Avatars Now
Tripping Your Way to Sobriety
‘Acid’ as a Cure for Alcoholism
Human species ‘may split in two’
12 yr old Cutesy Girl Graffiti…awwwww!!!
raphappy
Tyson Returning to Ring; May Fight Women
Weekly Review (Harpers.org)
The Cocaine Energy Drink
I’m waiting for Diet Cocaine
Forbidden Rebels – Old School Graffiti – Part 3
Forbidden Rebels – Old School Graffiti – Part 2
Forbidden Rebels – Old School Graffiti – Part 1
Toilet Bowl Kids Costume
Just asking for trouble!
Don’t Pee In The Water! Fish Penis Parasite!
Woman gives birth to grandchild
Hippie Halloween Costumes
Troops battle 10-foot marijuana plants
Dean chides students over ‘ghetto’ party
partygoers carried 40-ounce bottles of malt liquor and wore Afro wigs, necklaces with large medallions and name tags bearing traditionally black and Hispanic names
Court upholds right to protest topless
Rapatronic Nuclear Photographs
Lindsay Lohan Camel Toe
The Dark Side of Saturn
Wooden Chopper Motorcycle
Jay Z “The Truth Behind Hip Hop”
IN THE BIBLE CHRIST SAYS HE’S THE ROCK……HMMMM JAY Z SAYS HE’S THE ROC…..ROCA WEAR…ROC A FELLA….BUT I GUESS THATS NOTHING EITHER!?!?
How can limbo just be abolished?
Lightning exits woman’s bottom
A WOMAN has suffered severe burning to her anus after being struck by lightning which hit her in the mouth and passed right through her body.
Carnivorous Plant Eats Mouse At French Garden
“Mahna Mahna”
Disneyland Orgy
Bardot – Harley Davidson
Brigitte Bardot & Serge Gainsbourg – Comic Strip
Pop Art!
Brigitte Bardot & Serge Gainsbourg – Bonnie & Clyde
Donna Summer – Love To Love You Baby (1975)
Serge Gainsbourg: Lemon Incest
Don’t Smoke Dust!
“Why do You Like Angel Dust?”…
This Town Ain’t Big Enough For The Both Of Us – Sparks
Teen ‘wants to buy dungeon house’
Pink prison makes Texan inmates blush
Police Find Burgers Sprinkled With Pot
Frontline sex in a car, caught on helicopter gunship cam
DECONSTRUCTING ROY LICHTENSTEIN
Worms in stomach
Sports – Dominican Today
Nazi Croats form human swastika
Pinball Eye View Photos
Academy – Compressed Versions of Best Pictures
Volkswagen UK > Beetle Art
Bollywood Thriller
Albino moose
Mechanical Lion
Moulded Gourds
The Kid From Brooklyn on Starbucks
Kids vs Cops
whitney music box var. 0 – chromatic – 48 tines
Snake Charmer
Thnx Neck Face
Atelier de Dominique Regnier artiste sculpteur à Souillac dans le lot
Rhinos attack newborn calf
Yellow Flesh: The Twisted World of Simpsons Erotica
Starship Enterprise model boldly sold for $576,000
Cat has a toilet flushing obsession
Battle of The Album Covers
Wow!
Infamy (Widescreen) – Wal-Mart
ODB Knowledge
Raekwon – Heaven & Hell Ft Ghostface
Dogg Pound-New York New York
Tim Dog – Fuck Compton
NWA – Straight Outta Compton
John Mellancamp Takes It Like A Champ
Bush gives backrub
molested
run!
Goth Lolita TV
The Best of Both Worlds
If you sucker punch Dee Snyder…
Thnx NXck FXce
THE “BRIEF SAFE”
The Virgins © Tim Barber Рtinyvices.com
Tootie’s Bong – Facts of Life
Thnx Leo!
Ms. Peachez In The Tub
Weekly Review (Harpers.org)
Don’t clean off that graffiti – it’s an art installation
Scale Model Archive – Cities
The Four Squeezins Play Flinstones
PingPongPixel
Giants and Girls Galleries–B-Movie and Art Archives Featuring Damsels in Distress Menaced by Giants, Freaks, Gorillas, Mutants, and Other Monsters
Thousand-Hand Bodhisattva
Giant isopod
Adwalker: Wearable.Media.Solutions
Gaultier swaps Size O models for ‘Size 20′
Cock-A-Doodle
Lee trying the Calvin Klein kiddie porn campaign idea down in Oz
Lee’s Lolita OK, board rules
GayGamer.net
(Lots More) Superheroine Fantasies
The Most Offensive Thing Tommy Lee Has Ever Put In His Mouth
Teledildonics – Lego Vibrator – The Fuck-o-matic
I Want Candy
3DVulva.com
Nudes in Monster Masks
Clothed Porn
Futurotica
Playboy Presents – The Women Of McDonalds
I Can’t Believe It’s Not Torture!
10 years already…IRAK
Little Superstar Has a Posse
Kollywood Donkey Kong
triptape
Larry Clark’s KIDS
Via MySpace
DSM SKWAD RIGHT UNDER NEWARK POLICE NOSES!!! DAMN WE SOME KILLAZ
Dick ‘Scarface’ Cheney speech
Torture Bill States Non-Allegiance To Bush Is Terrorism
How To Pack eBAy Stuff…
Marijuana initiative gets Idaho high court’s go-ahead
15 yr old rapist sentenced to 30-60 years
coolgirl365
WTF
WORLDS YOUNGEST HAM
NPR : Looking to Cash In on a Punk Rock Youth
Ramones Alarm Clock
Welcome to Colourful Coffins
Damn Interesting » The Halifax Disaster
Broadway Joe Shirt Sighting
WOLVERINE CLAWS
eBay: PRACTICAL MANUAL OF SEXUAL RITUALS IN BLACK MAGIC, 1934 (item 280031395851 end time Oct-02-06 19:35:00 PDT)
hamster sudoku
‘Evil’ pervert built super computer to store one of Britain’s largest child porn collections | News | This is London
‘Box Man’ to pay $600 for freedom
Pictures of Arnold Schwarzenegger – The Greatest Bodybuilder of All-Time
Sock Monkey Wearables
Remote Controled Farting Teddy Bear
Space tourist, crew touch down
Bob’s BBQ & Grill Restaurant Home of the World’s Largest Hamburger and Slow Smoked BBQ
Egg Cuber
The Desolation of Somalia
Gold horse gives Japanese kids the royal treatment
The price is as hefty as the 30-kilogram (80-pound) golden toy — 150 million yen (1.28 million dollars).
Revenge Bomb over Broken Glasses
A man upset that his neighbor’s children helped break his wife’s eyeglasses is accused of trying to bomb the neighbor’s house in retaliation.
North Korea – Military Parade – Arirang / Mass Games 2005
Mars Exploration Rover Mission: On The Rim of the Victoria Crater
Paul Lynde Clips
Boy attacked by squirrel
Nerd Punch
Orangutan ON FIRE
hungry dog
WFMU’s Beware of the Blog: Atari Music
Prostitute nabs crooked cop with his own badge
Teen Peppersprayed for short changin’ cops
Steveo Jerked Off Behind Nicole Richie While She Slept
Rowanda Wooden Bikes
Bat Outta Hell
LineTo experimental by ~Volcanic-Penguin
Chubby Love
NSFW NFC Mucho Grande
Love Bugs
NSFW – Not Safe For Life
Taradice
Flirt Vodka
Home Groan Girls
George W. Bush Butt Plug
Christina Ricci Desecrates Her Body at Yeeeah!
Kinsey Institute International Encyclopedia of Sexuality
Screech Sex Tape Preview
Prison looks into ‘Katie’s Revenge’ tattoo
Taco Trucks
Free Bathrooms In Chinatown
MORRISSEY DANCE!
Exposition: Il était une fois Walt Disney
Geek Bling Ring
Dude, It’s the Baked Professor!
Fry That Chicken
LSD and the No-Hitter
Thnx Tim Barber
Police don’t have to knock, justices say
The Flash Animation top 10
It’s New – It’s Now – It’s Flash Cubes!
The 25 Sexiest Novels Ever Written
Troops storm luxury prison run by inmates
Israel’s latest in designer nothingness
It is the ultimate poseur’s paradise, according to BBC correspondent Ade Akintonwa. Cafe Like boasts the most fashionable menu ever – one with nothing on it.
Hogwarts School made with 50,000 matches
The metamorphosis
Yost’s nickname described a physical feature he grew into as a young man. His nickname was “Tits.”
“Orgasmatron 3000″
How to poach a salmon in a dishwasher
Beijing’s penis emporium
Military Spending Infographics
Krazy Kids Items – a photoset on Flickr
One-Eyed Child
Beer Cannon Montage
Movin’ Meat: Delicate Situation
The Adventures of Goopy and Bagha (1968) – Ghost Dance Sequence
“Little Superstar”
Thnx EM
Skateboarding Without The Boards
Rap All-Stars on Arsenio Hall Show
Texas Death Row Quotes
Thnx Peter Sutherland
Weekly Review (Harpers.org)
Creepy- Eerie – Vamprella – Covers Collection
Man rejects first penis transplant
Steam Powered Gameboy
Asylum protester sews up eyes
Decline Of The Western Civilization – Part 2 – The Metal Years
Heavy Metal Parking Lot – The Remix!
Heavy Metal Parking Lot (1986)
Bröderna Hårdrock
Love is an object kept in an empty box
First Volcom Bit Verte Now epiclyLAtered Bites The Glob!
205, the Serge Becker & A-Ron Collabo
ThreeAsFour – Spring 2007 Collection
Willie Nelson cited for pot, mushrooms
New recruit joins Terracotta Army
Thnx Leo
Cleaning Surfaces As Graffiti
Turf Talk on Judge Joe Brown
Tastes Like Chicken!
Celebrities Without Makeup
Monkey molests dog, then laughs
Now a drug that gives you that alcohol buzz, but without a hangover
Snake snacks on a sheep
Dan Osman – Vertical Climb
Dreamlines
9-11 Full Back Tattoo
Lindsey Lohan Upskirt Pics of the Day
More Americans Have Now Died In Iraq Than Died On 9/11
Kid Knocked Out Cold
Mamma Said Knock You Out
Knocked the fuck out
Metallllllll!!!
OhMiBod Music Powered Vibrator – The OhMiBod
Weekly Review (Harpers.org)
Janice Janice Janice…
It hurts It hurts…Thnx Konstantin Trubkovich
BJ The Messenger – Crackhead Rap
Thnx Bret Pittman
World T-Shirt Wearing Record
Mmmm…Pork.
Thnk Ryan Kitson
Artist Banksy targets Disneyland
Gang Gang Dance—-Retina Riddim excerpt
Satan Has Been Paralyzed
MrMethane.com – Welcome To My Windy World!
Professional Farters
New tallest living thing discovered THE CHAMPION: At 378.1 feet, Hyperion in Redwood National Park on North Coast towers 8 feet above Stratosphere Giant
Dark Side of the Rainbow
This video illustrates the strange connection between the Pink Floyd album “Dark Side of the Moon” (1973) and the MGM classic film “The Wizard of Oz” (1939). If you properly synchronize the film and the album, a number of coincidental events occur.
Christian Pirate Rap
Thnx Leo!
Gay Weatherman Vs. Cockroach
Bush Steps On American Flag
World Record #4: Peristaltic Action
Ultimate Secure Home located in Durango Colorado
The Seattle Craigslist Sex Scandal
The History of Nachos
Man starts fire by roasting bear
Mmmmm
Power companies give squirrels a jolt
Youngsters wrote obscene graffiti on the vehicle as paramedics treated a friend…
Monster hail
Mmmmmm…Deep Fried Coke!
How Gay is the Internet?
The next all-over print
Abandoned resort slideshow
Chiiiiiiicken!
The Inner Life of a Cell – Flash Movie
Dog Toilet Drinking Bowl
Talking Elephant Surprises Scientists
The Gray Ooze That Ate the Indonesian Villages
Python Bursts After Eating Gator (Update)
‘Pyramids’ discovered in Ukraine
Anarchy Framed Art Print
If yer gonna wear one of those trendy Fresh Prince hats, you might as well just wear this…
Punker Than Spiked Hair!
Guidos co-opted that shit anyways…
Ronald McHummer – Sign-O-Matic
‘Little Mermaid’ surgery success
U.S. Military Wanted to Provoke War With Cuba
U.S. Military Drafted Plans to Terrorize U.S. Cities to Provoke War With Cuba
How to remove Logos from your PDA / cell phone with sugar
Punk-o-matic
Yeeeeesh!
Krazy Kloudz
Thnx Justin Martinez
yOni – womens sacred place
“Go Fuck Yourself, Mr. Cheney!”
village voice > nyclife > Fall Arts Guide by Zach Baron
Gangster Administration
New from Wonderbra: Wonderbutt
Kate Moss Is Getting Naked…again
LINDSAY LOHAN IS CLEAN SHAVEN
Yeah, you saw this already.
Drink this, pussy!
Plasticman – Rolemodel
B Real Online Mp3s Page
Like every Cypress Hill song
Blinky
The return of Mr. Hands
Severed Mexican heads on the dancefloor!
Six months in jail for Colorado dumpster divers
Canada border officials deny entry to metal band Fecal Corpse
Weekly Review (Harpers.org)
Gliding on the Skateboard – Google Video
Unknown creature was found by soldiers
Jim Henson’s Time Piece Pt. 1 of 2
Thnx Tim Barber
16 Buildings Demolished At Once
Yeeeeaaaaahhhhhhhh!!!!
Google Image Labeler
Database Tagging Game
60′s commercial – Braniff Airways – The Supersonic Future
Paris Hilton Punked
Paris Hilton targeted by Banksy in CD prank
Skateboarding Grows from Casual Hobby to International Sport
….According to the government.
Cassette Generator
Biggest Acne
Do Not Watch This…You Are Warned!
Fake Semen in Photoshop (a how-to tutorial)
GRAFFITI ON GIRLS
USSR Bootleg Albums On X-Ray Film!
NewNudeCity – The World of Richard Kern
Girls With Headphones
Eldridge Cleaver’s 1975 pants for “real” men.
Top 5 Sexual Atari 2600 video games ever
Larry Clark Interview – Sex education
googly eyes on cock !
Phallic Symbol
The Best Little Whorehouses in Second Life
Police: Vandalism Suspects Received Rides From Mother
Volcom Bites Verte
Fucked Up
HORNMASSIVE
2 Ton MegaSpeaker!
Dream Deceivers – The Story of James Vance & Judas Priest
Thnx Pat Rocha
Leonard Nimoy Photography – Full Body Project
God Listens…
White Folks Are The Devil!
Dog with human penis in IKEA catalog
Uncle Chuck
Yikes!
Weekly Review (Harpers.org)
BOB DYLAN bra & panties Victoria’s Secret commercial
Bob Dylan – Warhol Screen Test
Metal Chef
Baalbek – A Colossal Enigma
Police Arrest Woman After Mistaken Text Message
Star Trek New Voyages
Fire Ant Raft
Rick James’ Tombstone!
Residents find corpse in water tower
Make sure you have partners with you when you go for a swim!
Crazy Horses – The Osmonds
YMC HAMMER – Fight fire with fire
Medical Maggots‚Ñ¢
Fake Neckface Drawing #2
Phony Baloney
Fake Neckface Drawing #1
Bootlegz
BreastLift
Pathologist’s wife ‘raped 15 times’ while asleep
Man receives four years for necrophilia
(se)Xbox
eBay: CRAZY!! 80s vintage OZZY OSBOURNE KKK T SHIRT WEIRD?!!
Insane KKK Ozzy Shirt!
Thnx Billyee
The Home of Prop Replica & Custom Boots – Made to Your Measurements
“Gangster Computer God Worldwide Secret Containment Policy”
For Pete’s sake -Pete Doherty’s Mom Talks
ABC News: A Pregnant Man?
Forget The Band. Just Make The T-Shirt.
heyblog: Brand Underground 2.0
Acronym: Who defines a movement?
TrendyNation: New York Times: The Brand Underground
When The Times Tolls It Tolls For Thee
James Dean’s Cursed 1955 Porsche Spyder
Cindy’s Tale Part 5
Biker Dude pinata
Spectacular case of elephantiasis
Bigg Nuttz!
World’s oldest person celebrates 115th
Don Vito arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting 2 young girls
Another Hitler Themed Cafe!
Hitler-themed eatery draws fire
Volume One: Freaky Weird Hitler-Themed Saloon
Pusanweb visits the local ‘Hitler Bar’ – Busan Korea
Photoshop X-ray Tips
Syncronized Goldfish Swimming
Silent Library with Ernesto Hoost
Graffiti-Free NYC
Guy Shoots Buddy With Potato Gun
Unusual X-Rays
Giant Yellow Jacket nests perplex experts
Porn broadcast stuns news viewers
catsthatlooklikehitler.com
Top 10 baseball fights
Yummy!
The Exploding Whale
: : : SPRINKLE BRIGADE : : :
Dog Shit Art! Thnx Tim Barber.
Sebastian the cat gets a gold grill
Prayer of the Rollerboys – Corey Haim
Corey Haim All Pilled Up
Charles Bukowski Interview
Old Dirty Bastard drunk on Yo MTV Raps
Big Lurch (Cosmic Slopshop) PCP Murdercase
Thnx Leo!
I Spit On Your Grave (1978) – trailer
James Brown, Michael Jackson & Prince Jam Together
‘Hybrid Mutant’ Found Dead in Maine
Bring Me the Head of Charlie Brown
Computer expert faces jail over ‘made-up’ child porn images
Are You Ready For Freddy? music video- The Fat Boys
The Black Metal Dialogues
Kicks of the Week
Bizarre Japanese Toilet Training Toon!
Toilet Trained Pig
Queen Of Farts
Cracked Out Kids Urinal
Weekly Review (Harpers.org)
SATANISM: SATAN’S BLOODY TEACHING
Church of Satan 6/6/6
BAD MAGS Punk
9/11 Detainee Released After Nearly Five Years
Skate or Die!
Girl in Wales finds lucky whale vomit
Drug smugglers may be using subs
More Proof The Moon Landing Never Happened…
Fat Joe Spray Painting “Crack”
a-ron the don: a triptych
ANYTHING vs. KID AMERICA CLUB vs. PATTA
Goings On » Ari Marcopoulos OUT & ABOUT at aNYthing Gang Store in NYC
Mordy!
DOWN TOWN DON
separated at birth
Rowdy Roddy Piper smashes Jimmy Snuka with Coconut
You Think Wrestling’s Fake, Huh?!
The Diarrhea Song
Disgusting Plant Blooms And Smells In Brooklyn
Moog + Beer = Awesome
Theater Effects: Lacerations
Naughty Monkey
Bez’s Madchester Anthems – Non TV version
Thanx Leo!
village voice > music > Rub ‘n’ Tug’s Campfire
HOWTO: Open A Beer Bottle With A Piece Of Paper
XTube – Kinda Like Porno YouTube
Celebrity see-through collection
Siamese Human Knot Batgirl
Superhero 3Some
Hippy Sippy
Ken & Barbie : X-ray photograph of a scene
Cat Armour
Top 10 Grossest Candies
Your Gonna Miss Me Baby -Plane Crashes Set To Music!
She Smells Like Dead Fish
Five die trying to save pigeon
Biggest Chip in the World
An Illustrated Guide to Nude Modeling
Woman Mud Wrestling
Alien hiding behind post, grabs boy!!!!!
Alien autopsy film
San Diego Tank Rampage
Slashbuster – automobile shredding
More KillDozer!
Killdozer Helicopter News Footage
Man destroys town with armored bulldozer
Touchdown Girls
Liquid Liquid – Cavern
Swiss Public Toilet
Medical marijuana user accused of using his health status to sell drugs
Man Jailed For T-Shirt Over Face
Art in Review – New York Times – American Concentration Camp
Our Pals Dash, Nico, & Ry get written up.
Texas School District Bans Cleavage
Perversion for Profit (1965)
Attack of the Larve
Overdose
Half of U.S. Still Believes Iraq Had WMD
The death of Garfield?
Cyclopian Child Born in Chennai
List of people who died in the bathroom
Chinese ‘anger bar’ is a big hit
Weekly Review (Harpers.org)
Reuters Photo Fraud
KENNETH CAPPELLO
Comics As Art
Live bombs in court create chaos
Key Bumping Video
Lockpicks See Security Flaw in Most Locks
Teen’s driving lesson: Avoid bees
MY OLD LADY LOVE[D] NECKFACE!
My Old Lady Divorces Neckface
The man with the musical suit
The High Writer
How to find a meth dealer
Naked Man Leads Cops To Home Pot Farm
It must be awesome to have a face like that.
The Adventures of Rock Hardcore
NSFW
Dash Snow – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dash Snow, the New Face of AG Jeans
The Beatnik Guru – Hare Rama Hare Krishna
Toei Spider-Man: Irritating Band
Yayoi Kusama Portfolio
Strange statues around the world
Hats of Meat
Dangerous Beauty: The Art of the Shiv
The Powdery Contents Are Gone, but the Stamp of Addiction Remains
SEX PISTOLS – God Save the Queen – GENUINE A&M 7″ $23,797.27
Ain’t Nothing But a T Thing – Gawker
Weekly Review (Harpers.org)
Masturbation is Not Ok
Masturbating cat!
masturbating cat
suicide monkey
Mother Cougar vs Grizzly Bear
A Tribute To Gore
if u blood throw it up remix
Hurt
Painfull falling – Funny!!
Kurt Cobain being hit
“The Brand Underground”… | Hip Mama
Putting people first » The brand underground [The New York Times]
Colo. killer details murders ‘None ever got away’
Never Not Killing
Man excretes 48 cocaine wraps in Nigeria
Interns, the Founts of Youth – New York Times
Claw $!
World Beard and Moustache Championships
Rainbow Explosion
Make a tattoo gun, capable of real permanent tattoos
GAY HANKY CODES
Watch where you put yer bandana, you might be sending out messages!
Un-Merry-Go-Round
Alien Baby
Eeewww!
spermo plasmoids from outer space – alien hardcore
Penistron
xXx Pacman
sexe moderne 2
Notorious S.F. tagger hit with $20,000 fine
I’M NOT FILMING UP SKIRTS I’M SPYING ON AL-QAEDA
‘Magic mint’ triggers cosmic, and legal, high
‘Zombies’ arrested in downtown Minneapolis
How To Grow A Chair: An Interview with Richard Reames
NJ Dancer arrested for having human remains
Tampon Shooter Blowgun at Tampon Crafts
French police thwart joint-rolling world record attempt
12 ft. Python eats queen size electric blanket, survives…
Thnx Tim Barber
This is a “STUPID” tattoo
Don’t Watch This!
Eyes Sewed Shut Video
Over the edge
Punk anti-drug group toes violent line in Salt Lake
Outer-space sex carries complications
Super Pussy Muscles
How to Dress Like a Skater – WikiHow
Guy Snaps Leg to Avoid War, OUCH!
Behind Bars, He Turns M&M’s Into an Art Form
Britney Spears Sex Tape
Jackie Gleason Trips Out On LSD!
Scene from Swedish Gas Pump Girls
Massive Yellow Jacket Nest Forms on Couple’s Property
Jesus Beer billboard causing quite a stir
4 Legged Duck
WTF is going on?!
Kitten Born With 2 Faces
The opening of convenience
Five Legged Dog Can Really Get Around
Spaghetti Nasal Ejection
World’s longest nose. Mehmet Ozyurek
God-Jesus Robot
Row over Christian smacking manual
“A Christian group urging parents to smack their children, using discipline sessions lasting up to 15 minutes, has been accused of promoting what amounts to child abuse.”
Ads Call Graffiti ‘Pollution’; Grafiiti Says, ‘Likewise’
Human Space Invaders
Biomedical Image Awards 2006 – Gallery
As Trippy As The Blacklight Posters!
Virtual Blacklight Poster Museum
Right On! Thanks to my man Billy Beemer the Crotch Wizard!
Underground children
Record Player Made Out Of Paper!
L.A. News Service Sues YouTube Over Beating Video
A Los Angeles video news service sued YouTube Inc. on Friday in federal court for allowing its users to upload copyrighted video footage onto the popular Web site, including the beating of trucker Reginald Denny during the 1992 riots.
Police investigate ‘tampon maniac’ in Groningen
Police in the Northern Dutch city of Groningen are investigating a man who rummages though rubbish bags in search of used tampons and sanitary towels.
Bystanders caught in Manilow cross fire
In a move reminiscent of U.S. efforts to drive former Panama strongman Manuel Noriega from the Vatican Embassy where he took refuge in 1989, the local council in Rockdale, in Sydney’s southern suburbs, started a six-month trial of high-volume hits by Mani
.:Instant Kama Sutra:. create your own positions
11-year-old finds porn video in game package
Tokyo Undressed: Dori-Toes
We all scream for ice cream
The Word Wide Beauty – Some Akira Gomi’s series with usual girls dressed and naked
When ICP fans attack
Thnx S Lakraze!
Baby Break Dance
Thnx Slamxhype!
Hunt for Gambia’s mythical dragon
Ninki-nanka the dragon! Thnx Leo.
Impko Decals
Freaky Kreature Decals From The 60′s
Dudes in presidents masks chloroform a couple…AWESOME!
Hypnotized Superheroines
Ballerina Catfight!
keith moon and steve martin 1970′s tv
Mulligan’s Stew
R.I.P. Syd Barrett
Legs of seven-year-old Quebec boy amputated after waterslide accident
Post-Polar Bear Attack Photos
Gory! Thnx Hal Foster
Embedded #4
Russian Practical Joke
MAD Magazine Explorer
SF Cover Explorer
A few thousand science fiction magazine covers!
Go Ask Alice: Mushroom Drug Is Studied Anew
A Chimp Plays Ms. Pac-Man!
Merkin World
How To Build a Sex Toy Bean Bag Chair
Reminds me of some prison shit!
Step-by-Step Instructions on How to Deep Throat
ZINEDINE ZIDANE WORLD CUP FINAL 2006 headbutt coup de boule
Neck Face’s Extreme Makeover
Crack Kills!
Homeless farmer forced to sell home-made robots
ETCHED IN TIME
Insanely Detailed Etch-A-Sketch Illustrations
HOW TO SPOT A JAP (1942)
Amerikkkan Racism Circa 1942
Dude finally got a house for the red paperclip!
Bjork Beatdown
Maybe you’ve seen this before, but it’s always good for a laugh!
Kitten Survives Trip Through Wood Chipper
Subway Rider Sliced in Power Saw Attack
Soon to be a major motion picture!
Music Videos From the 80′s :: Over 1,400 Videos!
Creatures
Ride The Lightning!
“Jason Bunch was listening to Metallica on his iPod while mowing the lawn outside his Castle Rock home Sunday afternoon when lightning hit him”
Avenue D Sex Advice
Vintage Spanking Photos
Steal This Wiki
Alfred E. Bush
After four months at sea, ghost ship with 11 petrified corpses washes up in Barbados
Dirty Ass River
George Harrison gets shocked!
~Zap! Zap!~
‘Mom put chilli powder in Sonu’s genitals’
Utah’s top DUI cop cited for DUI
Oh, the irony!
Infamous Enumclaw horse sex case to be made into movie
Staring Mr. Hands!
Police arrest cement soccer ball pranksters
Violence
Fat kid diving
Thanks to Neck Face the YouTube Fiend!
Child Abuser Gets Kung-Fu Kicked
Payback is a motherfucker!
Child Abuse caught on tape
Beat on the brat!
Bottle Rocket Gone Bad
Damn, these kids must be bored!
Hoochie Mamma Dwarves
aNYthing A-Ron The Don The Internet Remix
Flaming Asshole
Guy spews eating dog shit
Fat Kid Crashes His Bike
Fat Kid Falls
Babies Vomiting
Thnx Neck Face!
Guy Fights Cop
Police Officer Terminated Over Photo
Wet T-Shirt World Cup
Interactive…Pour the bucket on her!
Awkward moments abound in penis pump trial
Former Judge Donald D. Thompson, a veteran of 23 years on the bench, is on trial on charges he used a penis pump on himself in the courtroom while sitting in judgment of others.
WET&MESSY
Crazy Painted Chicks Porno. Thnx Hal Foster!
T Gusta El Bukkake?
Fake Spiderman Rocks Out
Pentagon sets its sights on social networking websites
“New Scientist has discovered that Pentagon’s National Security Agency, which specialises in eavesdropping and code-breaking, is funding research into the mass harvesting of the information that people post about themselves on social networks.”
Baby fall
Broken Neck
Broked Leg
Thnx Neck Face!
Corky (Chris Burke) And His Band
Epic baseball maneuver
Pickle-Phobia!
Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha
Stevie Wonder – Sesame song (live)
Stevie on Sesame St!
Alien Legz
IKEA Aron $3.99
Mortal Kombat 3 (Trilogy) – Fatality Compilation
Oh Jeez….Worse Than The Horse!
Uggg!
Coochie Hooka
Mustang spin police chase
Some GTA type shit!
Cameroon girls battle ‘breast ironing’
“Statistics show that 26% of Cameroonian girls at puberty undergo it, as many mothers believe it protects their daughters from the sexual advances of boys and men who think children are ripe for sex once their breasts begin to grow.”
Meteorite Collision Simulation Animation
Crazy!
No cash? No card? Just stick in finger
A Tampa Coast to Coast convenience store has installed a device that scans your fingerprint to process payment through a debit account.
Poke The Bikini Girls Interactive
Bas Rutten Street Fighting Tips
FemDefence
eBay: SIGNED NECKFACE 6/6/06 ZINE
Currently $120..haaaaah!
PUT SHOE ON HEAD
Dell laptop explodes at Japanese conference
The Dell from Hell!
Town chaos as cash thrown in air
“People in Aberystwyth had an unexpected windfall when a man showered what is thought to be thousands of pounds into the air at a pedestrian crossing.”
Black Sun in Denmark
Pictures of flocks of more than a million European starlings
AT&T rewrites rules: Your data isn’t yours
AT&T Sucks!
Develop Don’t Destroy Brooklyn
An open letter to Frank Gehry
Brooklyn’s Trojan Horse What’s wrong with the buildings Frank Gehry wants to put in my neighborhood?
DateALittle.com – Personal Ads for Little People

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