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☛ New Federal Ban on Synthetic Drugs Already Obsolete
A federal ban on synthetic drugs, signed into law by President Obama on July 9, was obsolete before the ink of his signature dried. Drug formulations not covered by the law’s language, and almost certainly synthesized in direct response to legal pressure, are already on sale. If synthetics are supposed to be part of the War on Drugs, then this battle may already be lost. “There are several compounds out there now, in mixtures that I’ve tested myself, that would not fall under this ban,” said Kevin Shanks, a forensic toxicologist at AIT Laboratories, an Indiana-based chemical testing company. “The law just can’t seem to keep up.” The new law, officially known as the Synthetic Drug Abuse Prevention Act of 2012, comes in response to the growing popularity of compounds designed by chemists to mimic the effects of various illegal substances, particularly marijuana and amphetamines.
☛ San Antonio Wendy’s Drive-Thru Worker Gets Prison For Child Porn
A drive-thru restaurant worker in South Texas has been sentenced to nearly 22 years in prison for selling child porn to patrons. A federal judge in San Antonio on Wednesday sentenced 36-year-old Juan Antonio Rosa. Rosa in March pleaded guilty to distributing child pornography. He allegedly met the porn customers online. Prosecutors say buyers used the code word “Scooby Doo” to get the memory cards along with food at a Wendy’s Co. restaurant in San Antonio. Officials say the restaurant operators were not aware of the illegal deals.
☛ Organic Food Purists Worry About Big Companies’ Influence
The fact is, organic food has become a wildly lucrative business for Big Food and a premium-price-means-premium-profit section of the grocery store. The industry’s image — contented cows grazing on the green hills of family-owned farms — is mostly pure fantasy. Or rather, pure marketing. Big Food, it turns out, has spawned what might be called Big Organic. Bear Naked, Wholesome & Hearty, Kashi: all three and more actually belong to the cereals giant Kellogg. Naked Juice? That would be PepsiCo of Pepsi and Fritos fame. And behind the pastoral-sounding Walnut Acres, Health Valley and Spectrum Organics is none other than Hain Celestial, once affiliated with Heinz, the grand old name in ketchup. Over the last decade, since federal organic standards have come to the fore, giant agri-food corporations like these and others — Coca-Cola, Cargill, ConAgra, General Mills, Kraft and M&M; Mars among them — have gobbled up most of the nation’s organic food industry.
☛ Ouija board helps psychologists probe the subconscious
Gauchou’s approach is to turn to the Ouija board. To keep things simple her team has just one person with their finger on the planchette at a time. But the ideomotor effect is maximised if you believe you are not responsible for any movements – that’s why Ouija board sessions are most successful when used by a group. So the subject is told they will be using the board with a partner. The subject is blindfolded and what they don’t know is that their so-called partner removes their hands from the planchette when the experiment begins. The technique worked, at least with 21 out of 27 volunteers tested, reports Gauchou. “The planchette does not move randomly around the board; it moves to yes or no. It seems to move almost magically. None of them felt responsible for the movement.” In fact some subjects suspected that their partner was really an actor – but they thought the actor was deliberately moving the planchette, never suspecting they themselves were the only ones touching it.
☛ The Girl Who Wrote About Drugs: Cat Marnell on Vice, Addiction & More
Cat Marnell became Internet-famous last month for quitting her job to do drugs. She’d been the beauty and health director of the women’s website xoJane.com since it launched last year but couldn’t bear to spend another summer meeting deadlines in an office when she could be on the roof of a New York City club “looking for shooting stars and smoking angel dust.” It wasn’t long after her much blogged-about resignation that the diminutive, amphetamine-addicted, and uncomfortably honest former beauty writer landed a weekly column at Vice.com. Marnell is arguably the Internet’s most divisive writer, not just because she’s always on drugs, as she often makes sure to note, but because she allows her longtime yet ever evolving addiction play out online like a reality TV show. The fragile-looking 29-year-old, with her white-blond hair and seemingly permanent black eyeliner, drops names, brands, clubs, drugs, and emotions freely as she details her drug-fueled dalliances around her New York City
☛ The Montauk Project
You’ve got to love a story that is stranger than any fiction but claims to be the God’s honest truth. What could be more fabulously outrageous than the idea that your tax dollars have subsidized the demented experiments of an evil cabal of Navy brass, CIA shrinks, fugitive Nazis and Reptoid ETs? What could be more fantastic than the vision of them pow wowing together for a little high-tech, tantric voodoo? How very spicy, that this panoply of government geeks and their alien pals fired up interdimensional vortexes by means of a buff, naked dude who was jacked into a psychotronic chair — while sporting a raging boner!
☛ America the Beautiful: A Fire Sale for Foreign Corporations
If you thought that with Citizens United we had hit rock bottom in surrendering our democracy to the power of money, this TPP “trade agreement” would throw our democracy into free fall. Foreign corporations will be allowed to feast like termites upon America’s natural resources, trash our environment and public health, violate our rights as American citizens and make us pay them if we try to protect ourselves.
☛ Hidden Government Scanners Will Instantly Know Everything About You From 164 Feet Away
Within the next year or two, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will instantly know everything about your body, clothes, and luggage with a new laser-based molecular scanner fired from 164 feet (50 meters) away. From traces of drugs or gun powder on your clothes to what you had for breakfast to the adrenaline level in your body—agents will be able to get any information they want without even touching you. And without you knowing it.
☛ 17 previously unknown legal highs found by researchers
The drugs found in Britain by researchers for the first time between January 2011 and March 2012 1. DMMA 2. MDAI (Sparkle) 3. Etizolam 4. JWH-250 5. JWH-200 6. AM-694 7. 4-Me0-PcP 8. 5-Me0-DALT 9. 2-AI 10. n-ethylbuphedrone 11. 2-C-C-NBoMe 12. AM-2201 13. Ipracetin 14. Ethacetin 15. 4-HO-MiPT 16. 2-C-P 17. 25D-NBOMe
☛ Bad dog! Anger at police pooch named Bono that ALWAYS says there are drugs in a car
A dog with a sharp nose for drugs can be a great asset to any police department, but in the case of a German shepherd named Bono, accuracy is not his strongest suit. The four-legged crime fighter working for the Virginia State Police has been on a hot streak, detecting drugs nearly every time he’s on the job. In reality, however, illegal narcotics were found just 22 times of the 85 ‘alerts’ by the dog.
☛ The Real Class Warfare is Baby Boomers Vs. Younger Americans
Hey kids, wake up! Stop playing your X-Box while listening to your Facebooks on the iPod and wearing your iPad with the cap turned backwards with the droopy pants and the bikini underwear listening to Snoopy Poopy Poop Dogg and the Enema Man and all that! Take a break from getting yet another tattoo on your ass bone or your nipples pierced already! And STFU about the 1 Percent vs. the 99 Percent! You’re not getting screwed by billionaires and plutocrats. You’re getting screwed by Mom and Dad. Systematically and in all sorts of ways. Old people are doing everything possible to rob you of your money, your future, your dignity, and your freedom. Here’s the irony, too (in a sort of Alanis Morissette sense): You’re getting hosed by the very same group that 45 years ago was bitching and moaning about “the generation gap” and how their parents just didn’t understand what really mattered in life.
☛ Egypt’s Government Planning to Destroy the Great Pyramids?
An online magazine has offered translations to Arabic news sources that purportedly indicate that Egypt’s Salafi party has come forth with plans to demolish Egypt’s Great Pyramids in an effort to bring down what it calls “symbols of paganism.”
☛ CCSU Police Say Student Faked Anti-Gay Notes
The day Alexandra Pennell addressed an anti-hate rally at Central Connecticut State University about the anti-gay messages scrawled on her door, police had begun to question her claims. Twice the video surveillance system placed in Pennell’s room to help police identify the person responsible for scrawling the notes had been disabled, in one case just before a note was slid under Pennell’s dorm room door. Police say only after they set up a second camera in a hall closet — a camera that Pennell did not know about — did they learn the truth: Pennell had been writing the notes herself.
☛ How to spot a meth lab, drug dealer in your neighborhood
The Smell Meth production creates an odor. It can be flammable and highly dangerous, depending on the recipe, and police say there are many different kinds. Ingredients can include muriatic acid, a chemical used for cleaning concrete; camp fuel and automotive starting fluid, all which have strong odors on their own. According to one website offering meth recipes, the smell of cooking meth with these ingredients can range from a rotten egg and chemical aroma to ammonia or cat urine smell, depending on the ingredients. “People experience different smells,” Madison County Sheriff Allen Riley said, but there is always a strong chemical smell. The smell can dissipate soon after the cooking is done. If cooked indoors, there is generally an exhaust or fan system rigged up to ventilate the cooking area, since the fumes generated can make the cook sick. Burgess said that while there are multiple ways to make meth, the “Shake and Bake” or “one-pan” method is the recipe most-used now
☛ Homemade drugs frustrating police
When Andrew Spofford was arrested by Grand Forks police last month, he told them he is a “hobby chemist.” Police say the end result of his chemistry was a synthetic drug that appears to have killed two teens in the area and sent several others to the hospital with overdoses. It’s a growing problem for law enforcement as investigators struggle to identify a myriad of new synthetic drugs. Knowledge of basic chemistry has allowed drug “cooks” to make small molecular changes to existing drugs, creating new substances and keeping the cooks a step ahead of investigators. “We are seeing a continued influx of changing of chemical compounds that make up various drugs or substances being ingested throughout the state,” said Drew Evans, senior special agent with the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. “They are changing at the molecular level into something it wasn’t before, but may have similar effects or different effects.”
☛ Methadone to blame for one-third of U.S. prescription painkiller deaths, CDC says
Methadone accounts for only 2 percent of painkiller prescriptions in the United States – but the drug is behind more than 30 percent of prescription painkiller overdose deaths, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Tuesday. Methadone is commonly known for treating withdrawal symptoms from heroin addiction, but the drug is also prescribed for pain. Health officials say most of the overdose deaths are people who take it for pain – not heroin or drug addicts. According to the CDC, methadone carries more risks than other painkillers because levels build up in the body and may interfere with a person’s normal heart rhythm or breathing.
☛ The Ultimate Counterfeiter Isn’t a Crook—He’s an Artist
The majority of counterfeiters, as one federal investigator told me, are meth heads who, after three nights without sleep, suddenly get the bright idea to scan a $20 bill, bleach a bunch of $5 bills, and print the image of the $20 on that same paper. Even the most senile merchant can usually spot these shams. But with his scrupulous craftsmanship, Kuhl placed himself among a rarefied class of counterfeiters who can produce truly high-quality fakes. They possess sophisticated knowledge about paper and dyes, and they have expertise in printing machinery and banknote security features such as watermarks and color-shifting ink. With a cigarette in one hand and a money- marking pen in the other, Kuhl began his quest to conquer the dollar by thumbing through thick binders of paper samples. Money-marking pens draw a black line on paper made with starch but not on stock that lacks starch, such as the ultrafine cotton-linen sheets manufactured by Crane & Co. of Dalton, Massachusetts
☛ The NSA’s warrantless wiretapping is a crime, not a state secret
And in Congress, two US senators, Ron Wyden and Mark Udall, have been asking the NSA for a year simply for a ballpark figure of how many Americans have had their communications surveilled by the spy agency. The NSA finally responded two weeks ago, claiming it did not have the capacity to find such number. Apparently unaware of the irony, the NSA argued that releasing an estimate of how many people’s emails they read would violate Americans’ privacy.
☛ The Socialist Way: The Art of Shoplifting
Shoplifting is a topic that is practically relevant to many and it should therefore not become an exclusive craft confined to a small shoplifting elite. On the contrary, shoplifting is an art that deserves the widest possible dissemination. For your convenience we have printed below a step by step guide to shoplifting. Good luck.
☛ DHS taps database of license plate snapshots to hunt fugitives
More than 685 million continually updated images of license plates gathered in a commercial database soon will be available to federal authorities for pinpointing the hideouts of escaped illegal immigrants, according to a contract slated to be finalized Tuesday. The National Vehicle Location Service program, commonly used in law enforcement, is intended to augment manual field surveillance of fugitives, Homeland Security Department officials said. Fugitive aliens are non-U.S. citizens who have not complied with deportation orders. The geo-tracking data largely will come from commercial camera operators who capture license plate information on behalf of lenders trying to recover collateral from borrowers, according to the vendor, Vigilant Video. Also, law enforcement agencies themselves increasingly are deploying license plate readers to share photographs through the service.
☛ Dinosaur Sex Experts Concur That Animals Mated Front To Back
Ever think about dinosaur sex? Paleontologists do. And they’ve come up with some surprisingly specific ideas about how the prehistoric beasts were able to mate despite their enormous size and weight–and despite the horns and other bony appendages that might have proven bothersome when the creatures got hot and bothered. The males and females of modern-day birds and reptiles have a single body opening for urination, defecation, and reproduction–something called a cloaca (Latin for sewer). Paleontologists believe that dinosaurs had the same basic equipment, and that they coupled by pressing their cloacas together. No penis is needed to perform a “cloacal kiss.” But some birds have penises and crocodiles sport penis-like “intromittent organs,” and male dinosaurs might have had something similar. As you might imagine, a dinosaur penis might have been pretty big–perhaps up to 12 feet in length for T. Rexes.
☛ Pentagon’s Mega Stun Gun Could Blast You Unconscious
Imagine a stun gun that doesn’t just drop you to the floor, but renders you unconscious for several minutes. This tech is called a “nano-second electrical pulse,” and the Pentagon believes it could be used in a gun that would hit targets with high voltages of electricity for an amazingly short amount of time – we’re talking billionths of seconds here. That would make the enemy an easy capture. But today’s stun guns are already linked to dozens, if not hundreds, of abusive incidents. What happens if they become even more powerful?
☛ Provocative Palestine-Israel ads at New York train stations rile critics
Advertisements at train stations in suburban New York depicting shrinking Palestinian territory in Israel are riling some critics who say they are “deliberately misleading and inaccurate,” FoxNews.com has learned. The ads, which were purchased by The Committee for Peace in Israel and Palestine, show the “Palestinian Loss of Land” from 1946 to 2010. An accompanying headline reads: “4.7 million Palestinians are classified by the U.N. as Refugees.”
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☛ Boyfriend assaults girlfriend with steak sauce over ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’
The sauciness of “Fifty Shades of Grey”–the titillating trilogy that millions of women around the world are reading this summer–turned literal late last month, when a 31-year-old British man, apparently upset that his girlfriend was one of them, assaulted her with a bottle of steak sauce. According to authorities in Carlisle, U.K., Raymond Hodgson was so bothered that his girlfriend, Emma McCormick, was reading E.L. James’ “pornographic” and “distasteful” book, he drove to her house and squirted her in the face. Thanks Jasmine
☛ Couple arrested for dancing on subway platform: lawsuit
“We were doing the Charleston,” Stern said. That’s when two police officers approached and pulled a “Footloose.” “They said, ‘What are you doing?’ and we said, ‘We’re dancing,’ ” she recalled. “And they said, ‘You can’t do that on the platform.’ ” The cops asked for ID, but when Stern could only produce a credit card, the officers ordered the couple to go with them — even though the credit card had the dentist’s picture and signature. When Hess began trying to film the encounter, things got ugly, Stern said. “We brought out the camera, and that’s when they called backup,” she said. “That’s when eight ninja cops came from out of nowhere.” Hess was allegedly tackled to the platform floor, and cuffs were slapped on both of them. The initial charge, according to Stern, was disorderly conduct for “impeding the flow of traffic.” “There was nobody on the platform. There were, like, three people,” she said.
☛ Man Gives Cops The Finger, Gets Arrested, Sues City
He was taken to the local precinct, where he cooled his heels for a couple of hours while being booked for disorderly conduct. While in the holding cell, the lawsuit alleges that “several officer-defendants made derogatory comments and taunts regarding their perception of Bell’s sexual orientation.” He was ultimately released without having to spend the night at the Tombs going through Central Booking, and after consulting with the NYCLU, Bell pleaded not guilty. And because Officer Play didn’t appear at the court date, the charges were dropped. But now Bell’s making a stand on behalf of all Americans who salute with one finger. His lawyer, Robert Quackenbush, assures us that flipping the middle finger is protected by the First Amendment, “particularly where the officers who were the target of the gesture never even saw it, and especially because the Supreme Court has said that police officers are expected to exercise restraint in response to criticism.”
☛ 14 Incredibly Creepy Surveillance Technologies That Big Brother Will Soon Be Using To Spy On You
Most of us don’t think much about it, but the truth is that people are being watched, tracked and monitored more today than at any other time in human history. The explosive growth of technology in recent years has given governments, spy agencies and big corporations monitoring tools that the despots and dictators of the past could only dream of. Previous generations never had to deal with “pre-crime” surveillance cameras that use body language to spot criminals or unmanned drones watching them from far above. Previous generations would have never even dreamed that street lights and refrigerators might be spying on them. Many of the incredibly creepy surveillance technologies that you are about to read about are likely to absolutely astound you. We are rapidly heading toward a world where there will be no such thing as privacy anymore. Big Brother is becoming all-pervasive, and thousands of new technologies are currently being developed that will make it even easier to spy on you
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☛ Man made movies of drunken rape
A Webster man is in jail on no bond, accused of raping a 17-year-old female after getting her drunk nearly two years ago. Elric Shawn Millner, 24, is charged with sexual assault of an adult. According to court records, the woman told Webster police she was at Millner’s apartment on Aug. 3, 2010, when he gave her so much alcohol to drink that she has no memory of the night. She said she woke up between 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. the next day, and Millner showed her videos he had taken the night before in which he forced her to perform sexual acts, records state. The woman saw herself in one video vomiting violently and urinating on herself because she was so intoxicated while the defendant laughed at her, according to the complaint filed against Millner by the Harris County District Attorney’s Office. Thanks Jasmine

 

 

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✪ Homeland Security: Paying with Cash?
✪ Bracelet reveals amazing craftsman’s skill from 7500BC (so good it couldn’t be bettered today)
A 9,500-year-old bracelet has been analysed using the very latest computers – and the results show that it is so intricate even today’s craftsmen would struggle to improve it. Researchers from the Institut Français d’Etudes Anatoliennes in Istanbul and Laboratoire de Tribologie et de Dynamiques des Systèmes studied the bracelet’s surface and its micro-topographic features revealing the astounding technical expertise of the maker. The bracelet is obsidian – which means it’s made from volcanic glass – and the researchers analysis of it sheds new light on Neolithic societies, which remain highly mysterious.
✪ America’s Killer Med Crisis
For the first time in nearly a century, automobile accidents are no longer the nation’s leading cause of accidental deaths, according to a major report released Tuesday by the National Center for Health Statistics. The new number one killer is drugs—not smack, crystal meth or any other stepped-on menace sold in urban alleyways or trailer parks, but bright, shiny pills prescribed by doctors, approved by the government, manufactured by pharmaceutical companies and sold to the consumer as “medicine.” Yet of the billions of legit pills Americans pop every year for medical conditions serious and otherwise, the vast majority of lives are claimed by only a select few classes—painkillers, sedatives and stimulants—that all share a common characteristic: they promote abuse, dependence and addiction.
✪ Cocaine Bust Lands Curvy Model In Italian Jail
A Spanish model’s plan to smuggle cocaine into Italy concealed in her prosthetic breasts and buttocks backfired Wednesday when her extra curvy figure drew the wrong kind of attention from ogling customs officials. The 33 year old deliberately wore tight-fitting clothes when she arrived on a flight at Rome’s Fiumicino airport from Sao Paulo in Brazil, hoping to throw the full-blooded Italian security staff off the scent. Unfortunately her extra-large bosom and derriere managed to attract the glances of airport customs agents, Italian news agency ANSA reported, but not for the reasons she had hoped. She also flubbed her answers to questions about the reasons for her trip. Two female investigators conducted a strip search and found the white powder stashed inside her unusual underwear. She was arrested for attempting to smuggle around 5.5 pounds of cocaine.
✪ Missouri grapples with 12-year meth problem
There is, however, a broad network of people who buy medications containing pseudoephedrine and sell it to the cooks, a practice called smurfing, Whitney says. In the past three years or so, young heroin users have begun smurfing to make money so they can buy heroin. A box of Sudafed that costs $8 or $9, he says, can be sold to meth cooks for $100, which is enough for 10 small heroin doses. Whitney expects almost 30 heroin overdose deaths this year in this county of 219,000. Law enforcement officials began tracking another trend in 2007 that made busting meth cooks even more difficult: a “one pot” method. The drug is mixed in a 2-liter soda bottle, often in moving cars. When the process is complete, the leftover toxic materials are tossed out the car window.
✪ Illegal drugs can be detected in the air – and could change people’s behaviour
We know that air pollution in the form of traffic and factory fumes can pose a health risk ě°˝€“ but airborne traces of illegal drugs could do too, say researchers. Scientists at the Institute of Atmospheric Pollution Research in Rome found traces of cocaine and cannabis in the air around dozens of sites in Italy. They also discovered statistical correlations between cocaine levels and certain types of cancer ě°˝€“ and between cannabis levels and mental disorders.
✪ Blue Ridge schools eyeing random drug tests for students
The Blue Ridge school board will consider implementing random drug testing as a way to keep students from making “unhealthy choices.” A policy could be adopted as soon as Jan. 18. The board meets at 6 Wednesday night to discuss proposed building construction; the regular meeting follows at 7 at the high school library, 411 N. John St. The drug test option arose after discussion about use and misuse of legal and illegal drugs in the area. “The behaviors were alarming enough, it was clear that some students were making unhealthy choices, and it had to be addressed,” said Superintendent Susan Wilson. The goal is to prevent drug use; give students an “out” when friends try to get them to use substances; and give parents the information needed to seek treatment for their child if they test positive, she said.
✪ Deputies Give Marijuana Back To Dispensary Under Court Order
Deputies returned two pounds of seized cannabis to a California dispensary on Friday after a court ruled that the marijuana had been improperly confiscated. The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department confiscated two pounds of marijuana from Common Roots Collective during a shakedown, I mean “inspection, on December 1. But the dispensary’s lawyer argued that the deputies violated federal law, since authorities, including code enforcement officers, had entered the property on an inspection order and not a search warrant, reports CBS 13.
✪ Disgraced Bishop Lahey apologizes for his Internet porn addiction
Earlier in the day, prosecutor David Elhadad laid out in lurid detail some of what was depicted in the images, videos and stories seized by police. Elhadad said Catholic imagery was intertwined with “disgusting” sado-masochistic scenes, including one image of a male in “monk’s garb” using a paddle to spank a young boy. Elhadad argued Lahey’s position in the Catholic Church placed him in a position of trust. “He is and was an individual in a position of trust over many years hiding his shameful sexual depravity and predilection in taking joy in the torture and rape of children,” said Elhadad.
✪ Controversy over ‘inhaled caffeine’ grows as as Sen. Schumer calls for FDA probe
Breathable caffeine dispensed from canisters that fit in jean pockets and are allowed in carry-on luggage is a ‘club drug’ that may be dangerous to teenagers, a New York senator said. Democrat Charles Schumer wrote Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Margaret Hamburg today asking her to review the safety and legality of the AeroShot Pure Energy caffeine inhaler, a yellow and gray canister of caffeine powder and B vitamins resembling a tube of lipstick. The inhaler is set to hit store shelves in New York and Boston next month 2 Comments Weigh InCorrections? inShare AeroShot will be sold over the counter with no age restrictions and is touted for its convenience and zero calories. If taken with alcohol, the mixture may have effects similar to caffeinated alcohol drinks tied to hospitalizations in the past, Schumer said. Doctors say it may carry neurological and cardiovascular risks.
✪ ‘Samantha Ardente,’ High School Employee Fired For Porn, Launches Porn Firm
Ardente was suspended from her job at a Quebec City-area high school in March after a student spotted her in a porn video on the Internet. While she didn’t deal with students in her job, the spicy contents of her videos turned her into quite the celebrity among them. School board officials fired Ardente after they were unable to reach agreement on her transfer to another job. They acknowledged Ardente hadn’t done anything illegal but said her cinematic activities don’t correspond with the values being taught at the school. Ardente had initially offered to put an end to her pornography career but said the board also wanted to impose working conditions that she felt would be too restrictive. After filing a grievance she eventually reached an out-of-court settlement with her employer.
✪ Deputy finds possible meth lab in toilet
“The manager said he was told people were hollering and arguing in another room,” Royals said. “When Hardiman made contact with the occupants of the room, he noticed the toilet kept running. When he went to check, he found a 20-ounce Coke bottle and a tin containing marijuana inside the tank, which caused it to keep running.”
✪ The $100,000 Made-in-India Shirt
If you thought buying an island was a costly affair, look no further than this new shirt, which costs twice as much as an island in Panama. From a distance, the five-million-rupee shirt ($97,500) looks fairly modest, but a closer look reveals that its buttons are diamonds set on gold.
✪ UCSD: Best Prank Ever
Senior Class Fabricates Existence of Korean “Artist,” Cons Stuart Collection into Hanging House Off Edge of Seven-Story Building Stuart Collection Curator Attempts to Save Face: “Actually, joke’s on them: this prank is so genius that it ascends to the level of art. We’re proud to feature it in our collection.”
✪ In Medellín, Notorious Figure Pablo Escobar Becomes Tourist Attraction
One four-hour tour costs $30 and takes tourists to Escobar’s grave, the house where he was shot dead by police and a home in the hills where he lived before his death. There the tourists meet Roberto Escobar, Pablo’s slight and balding older brother. The tours pose a conundrum for Colombia and Medellín, which have worked hard to reduce violence and shed their image as a land of gun-wielding cocaine smugglers. Tourism to Colombia is up 54% to nearly two million annual visitors compared to 2006, the government says. The country’s current tourism campaign says the only “danger” in visiting is falling in love with the country and not wanting to leave. “We knew we couldn’t just outlaw the tours,” says Medellín’s deputy secretary of tourism, Madeleine Torres. “But we feared the tours would promote the very thing we’re trying to move away from the connection people so often make between Colombia and cocaine.”
✪ The Oak Chapel of Allouville Bellefosse
The French village of Allouville-Bellefosse is famous for the Chêne Chapelle (Oak Chapel), which is literally a chapel built into an oak tree. The amazing architecture consists of a wooden staircase spiraling around the ancient tree, leading up to a couple of chambers. These rooms have always been used as places of worship, by the village locals. The age of the tree has been a subject of debate, but everyone agrees that it is the oldest tree in France, without a doubt. The tree is known to have been growing as far back as the thirteenth century, during the rule of Louis IX, when France was a truly centralized kingdom. It is also known to have survived the Hundred Years War against the English, the Black Death, the Reformation, and Napoleon’s rule. Local folklore dates it a 1,000 years old, when it is said that the acorn took root. However, tree experts say it could only be around 800 years old, which means the thirteenth century saw it’s origins.
✪ Datura: The Scariest Drug I Ever Took
But with devil’s weed, you really are so removed from reality, that the possibility of doing yourself a fatal mischief is all too real. Here’s what the US Department of Agriculture says: “Datura intoxication typically produces a complete inability to differentiate reality from fantasy (delirium, as contrasted to hallucination); hyperthermia; tachycardia (increased heart-rate); bizarre, and possibly violent behavior; and severe mydriasis (pupil dilation) with resultant painful photophobia that can last several days.” It has high enough levels of toxicity that it can also kill you if you’re not careful about the dosage.
✪ When Laguna Beach Was the LSD Capital of the Universe
Timothy Leary, the Brotherhood of Eternal Love, Dodge City, Mystic Arts World, and a Laguna Beach history some would prefer to forget.
✪ Russian Meridian satellite crashes into street named after cosmonauts
The Meridian communications satellite failed to reach orbit yesterday due to a failure with its Soyuz rocket, in the latest setback for a Russian space program which has now lost over half a dozen satellites in the past year. Its fragments crashed into the Novosibirsk region of central Siberia and were found in the Ordynsk district around 100km south of the regional capital Novosibirsk. “A sphere was found, around 50cm in diameter, which crashed into the roof of a house in the village of Vagaitsevo” in the Ordynsk district, an official in the local security services told the Interfax news agency. In an extraordinary irony, the official said that the house was located on Cosmonaut Street, named after the heroic spacemen of the Soviet and Russian space program.
✪ Magnificent Visions
In Amazonian Peru, the author traces the source of the powerful Stone Age botanical hallucinogen ayahuasca. He meets crying shamans, drunken shamans, and even a gringo shaman, and learns about the epic quest it inspired in one devotee. Then he takes the ultimate step: drinking it himself. Whoa. . .
✪ ‘US blaming Iran for 9/11, incredible’
The United States adding Iran to the list of countries likely to be responsible for the 9/11 terrorist attacks is “beyond belief,” an analyst tells Press TV. His comments come as a New York judge has signed a default judgment excluding Saudi Arabia from the list of defendants, but finding Iran, along with the Taliban and al-Qaeda, liable in the Sept. 11, 2001 incident. “The official story of 9/11 is taking on a life of its own, how Judge George Daniels could find this in the court is beyond belief, and it indicates that the rule of law is breaking down even further in the United States,” said Joshua Blakeney of the Scholars for 9/11 Truth & Veterans Today.
✪ Is Anonymous Squabbling over the Stratfor Hack?
Representatives from the global intelligence company Stratfor awoke to find a lump of coal in their stockings this morning …or, more specifically, their clients’ credit card information strewn across the Web. It’s the latest cyber-attack being claimed by members of the hacktivist group Anonymous, one that allegedly resulted in the publishing of nearly 4,000 credit card numbers, site passwords, and home addresses for some of the (formerly) confidential clients of the U.S.-based security firm. The goal? The attackers indicated they were planning to use the stolen credit card information (allegedly stored as unencrypted text) to amass a sum of one million dollars that could then be given to various charities for the holiday season. Images posted alongside the hack’s alleged Pastebin-based press release show that some of these charity donations are already underway.
✪ How to Save a Treehouse from a Zoning Board
It was supposed to be a “slice of Americana and of childhood dreams,” says U.S. Army Specialist Mark Grapin, who lives in Fairfax County, Virginia. He’s talking about the treehouse he built for his two sons after returning from his latest tour of duty in Iraq. What Grapin didn’t expect was that Fairfax County’s zoning board would demand he tear down the treehouse after an anonymous complaint, thus launching the family into an eight-month legal battle. Grapin went to the local media for help and public outcry turned into an online petition. A neighbor donated trees to cover the treehouse, and the family even received a pro bono lawyer to help win over board members. Just days before the treehouse was to be torn down, Grapin was able to convince the board to let him keep it on the condition it be removed after five years. Plenty of time, he says, for his sons to enjoy it.
✪ Bitcoin’s Comeback: Should Western Union Be Afraid?
A series of security incidents had created an avalanche of bad press, which in turn undermined public confidence in the currency. Its value fell by more than 90 percent against the dollar. We thought Bitcoin’s value would continue to collapse, but so far that hasn’t happened. Instead, after hitting a low of $2, it rose back above $3 in early December, and on Monday it rose above $4 for the first time in two months. It’s impossible to predict where the currency will go next, but at a minimum it looks like the currency will still be around in 2012. This presents a bit of a puzzle for Bitcoin skeptics. The original run-up in prices could easily be explained as a speculative bubble, and the subsequent decline as the popping of that bubble. But if that were the whole story, then the value of Bitcoins should have continued to decline as more and more people lost confidence in the currency. That hasn’t been happening.
✪ Jamaica’s patois Bible: The word of God in creole
The patois Bible represents a bold new attempt to standardise the language, with the historically oral tongue written down in a new phonetic form. For example the passage relating the angel’s visit to Mary reads: “Di ienjel go tu Mieri an se tu ar se, ‘Mieri, mi av nyuuz we a go mek yu wel api. Gad riili riili bles yu an im a waak wid yu all di taim.”
✪ Monsanto’s GMO Corn Linked To Organ Failure, Study Reveals
“Effects were mostly concentrated in kidney and liver function, the two major diet detoxification organs, but in detail differed with each GM type. In addition, some effects on heart, adrenal, spleen and blood cells were also frequently noted. As there normally exists sex differences in liver and kidney metabolism, the highly statistically significant disturbances in the function of these organs, seen between male and female rats, cannot be dismissed as biologically insignificant as has been proposed by others. We therefore conclude that our data strongly suggests that these GM maize varieties induce a state of hepatorenal toxicity….These substances have never before been an integral part of the human or animal diet and therefore their health consequences for those who consume them, especially over long time periods are currently unknown.”
✪ HSBC: The World’s Dirtiest Bank
In late July, First Niagara Financial Group announced that it would buy 195 retail bank branches in New York and Connecticut from HSBC for around $1 billion. [1]  HSBC acquired the branches when it bought the spooky Marine Midland in 1980.  According to Global Finance, the UK-headquartered HSBC Holdings is the world’s 3rd largest bank with $2.36 trillion in assets. [2]  Formerly known as Hong Kong Shanghai Bank Corporation, HSBC has served as the world’s #1 drug money laundry since its inception as a repository for British Crown opium proceeds accrued during the Chinese Opium Wars.  During the Vietnam War HSBC laundered CIA heroin proceeds.
✪ Madness: Even School Children Are Being Pepper-Sprayed and Shocked with Tasers
There is something truly disturbing about a society that seeks to control the behavior of schoolchildren through fear and violence, a tactic that harkens back to an era of paddle-bruised behinds and ruler-slapped wrists. Yet, some American school districts are pushing the boundaries of corporal punishment even further with the use of Tasers against unruly schoolchildren.  The deployment of Tasers against “problem” students coincides with the introduction of police officers on school campuses, also known as School Resource Officers (SROs). According to the Los Angeles Times, as of 2009, the number of SROs carrying Tasers was well over 4,000.
✪ 21,000 domains transfer out of Go Daddy in 1 day
Domain registrar Go Daddy lost over 21,000 domains yesterday. It could be a coincidence–or it could be the result of the company’s p.r. debacle over its support for the Stop Online Piracy Act.
✪ Patriot Missiles Seized, Sold To China by Israel
Finnish authorities have confirmed the seizure of 69 Patriot missiles manufactured by Raytheon Corporation today. During a routine search of the MS Thor Liberty, a ship flagged by the Isle of Man, at the Finnish port of Kotka, authorities found 69 Patriot missiles of a type capable of intercepting ICBMs, the most modern available and America’s most sensitive military technology.?log=out
✪ Police irked by the rise of online vigilantism
Dany Lacerte is one example. The young Quebec City father started a Facebook page to track and expose suspected online predators. He joined a popular online meeting site and created a fake profile of a 13-year-old girl. He said he catches about five men a day and tries to film them over an Internet video-chat site. However, he didn’t blur the faces of the men he allegedly caught before posting videos of them online. He has been threatened with a lawsuit from one of the men he filmed. Earlier this year, a group of teens dressed as superheroes are gaining notoriety for a series of videos they posted in which they confront alleged pedophiles in Chilliwack, B.C. In a spin-off of Dateline NBC’s To Catch a Predator, the boys pose as teen girls in chats with men looking for sex, then arranged to meet the men at fast-food restaurants in the city.
✪ The Google Goblins Give Firefox a Reprieve–But What About the Open Web?
For me, the charm of Facebook ended when my list of favorite books disappeared. The astonishing thing about the original lists of favorite things on Facebook was that you could instantly see anyone else in the Facebook land who was interested in anything on your own list. It was so surprising to discover this. Really popular things would show tens of thousands of devotees, but so many times, there would be just ten, or 100, or even two. Once in a while it would be a friend, or a friend of a friend, who shared a hitherto unknown and unsuspected taste for The Lost Scrapbook or the solo works of Yukihiro Takahashi. A magical thing. I friended a couple of complete strangers just because they were fellow Thurber freaks. These connections were random, unmonetized, unmediated. We can still do this on the Internet now-on Twitter, say, the new home of random and improbable connections-but not on Facebook. Not any more.
✪ Occupy Wall Street Becomes Highly Collectible
Occupy Wall Street may still be working to shake the notion it represents a passing outburst of rage, but some establishment institutions have already decided the movement’s artifacts are worthy of historic preservation. More than a half-dozen major museums and organizations from the Smithsonian Institution to the New-York Historical Society have been avidly collecting materials produced by the Occupy movement. Staffers have been sent to occupied parks to rummage for buttons, signs, posters and documents. Websites and tweets have been archived for digital eternity. And museums have approached individual protesters directly to obtain posters and other ephemera. The Museum of the City of New York is planning an exhibition on Occupy for next month. “Occupy is sexy,” said Ben Alexander, who is head of special collections and archives at Queens College in New York, which has been collecting Occupy materials. “It sounds hip. A lot of people want to be associated with it.” Thanks Jasmine
✪ The Apple Collection, 1986/87 – Catalog of Weird Apple Products
✪ Why do Women Menstruate?
Why humans (and most primates, some bats, and elephant shrews) menstruate is a question that many have attempted to answer in some way… some explanations more convincing than others. The downsides to menstruation (the process of shedding the endometrium of the uterus that was built up in anticipation of the possibility of the implantation of a fertilized egg); “throwing away a substantial amount of blood and tissue,” “leaving a blood trail or filling a delicate orifice with dying tissue” in a “world full of predators and disease,” not to mention the menstrual cycle’s “uncomfortable, awkward, and sometimes debilitating” symptoms; seem to necessitate a strong explanation for the evolution of the feature. Not only is it hard to find a theory that explains why just a few mammals find it more evolutionarily advantageous to menstruate, it’s difficult to come up with a theory that explains why all those other mammals haven’t found it more efficient as well.
✪ 2011 in Review: The Year Secrecy Jumped the Shark
As the year draws to a close, EFF is looking back at the major trends influencing digital rights in 2011 and discussing where we are in the fight for a free expression, innovation, fair use, and privacy. The government has been using its secrecy system in absurd ways for decades, but 2011 was particularly egregious. Here are a few examples
✪ Lee County Deputies Tied Suspect to a Chair, Gagged Him, and Pepper-Sprayed Him to Death
From Fox 13 in Tampa comes the horrifying story of Nick Christie, a 62-year-old Ohio man who was detained by the Lee County Sheriff’s Office for being publicly intoxicated. While Christie’s wife asked that he be taken to the hospital, Lee County cops decided instead to strip Christie naked, tie him to a chair, cover his face, and then pepper spray him repeatedly, until he died
✪ Killed over Concords: The Internet Murder of Tyreek Amir Jacobs
The disbelief over unruly crowds fighting and being pepper sprayed over Air Jordan Concords turned to mourning when it was reported on social media and blogs that a young man, 18-year-old Tyreek Amir Jacobs, had been killed for the coveted shoes. As the rumors put it, Jacobs was a teen from Washington DC and killed in Maryland, possibly at the Wheaton Mall. A photo of him was passed around, inscribed with his date of birth and date of death. But calls to police revealed there had been no killings under such circumstances in the DC, Maryland and Virginia area. “Nothing like that has happened here, and I hope we would know,” said one Montgomery County police official. While media outlets in the district reported on disturbances around the area, none ended fatally. Still, as of this writing, some 12,000 people were participating in no less than eight Facebook groups about Jacobs’ killing.
✪ Unprovoked attacks at heart of ‘Knockout King’
Matthew Quain still struggles to piece together what happened after a trip to the grocery store nearly turned deadly. He remembers a group of loitering young people, a dimly lit street – then nothing. The next thing he knew he was waking up with blood pouring out of his head. The 51-year-old pizza kitchen worker’s surreal experience happened just before midnight earlier this year, when he became another victim of what is generally known as “Knockout King” or simply “Knock Out,” a so-called game of unprovoked violence that targets random victims.
✪ Secret Weather Weapons can kill millions, warns top Russian politician
A top Duma political leader caused shock waves in a recent television interview when he warned that Russia could deploy an arsenal of new technology to destroy any part of the planet and kill over a hundred million people using secret weather weapons if the United States, the UN or Georgia tried to stop Russias entry into the WTO. Vladimir Zhirinovsky is Vice-Chairman of the Russian State Duma and leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR), the first officially sanctioned opposition party after the fall of communism. The LDPR has deep links with the former KGB and Communist Party and has become a significant force in Russian politics, despite Zhirinovsky himself being branded as a militant neo-fascist.

 

 

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  • A gang of hackers known as SwagSec announced at the tail end of last week that they had hacked into Lady Gaga’s UK website and made off with a database of names and email addresses of fans. To prove their point, they published the stolen data online.
  • Ventriloquism creeps me out as it is, but these vaudeville era portraits of ventriloquists with their creepy dummies are, well, creepy. This first one is quite possibly the most unsettling thing I have ever seen. Enjoy the rest, including the random police booking photo of “The Great Lester”.
  • For decades, farmers had it relatively easy when it came to weeds infesting their soil: apply herbicides, wait for the weeds to die and grow more crops. Those salad days, alas, are coming to an end.

    A new series of studies released by Weed Science this month finds at least 21 weed species have become resistant to the popular herbicide glyphosate (sold as Monsanto’s Roundup), and a growing number survive multiple herbicides, so-called “super-weeds.” The same selection pressure creating bacteria resistant to multiple antibiotics is leading to the rapid evolution of plants that survive modern herbicides. If the trend continues, yields could drop and food costs climb as weeds grow more difficult to uproot.

  • NAMING your new bundle of joy Lucifer has been effectively banned by New Zealand’s names registrar after three parents had the odd request knocked back.

    The country’s Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages has been cracking down on mothers and fathers getting too creative with their children’s names, ruling out punctuation marks such as . (Full Stop), * (Asterisk) and / (presumably ”Slash”).

    The list of 102 names rejected in the past two years includes Baron, Bishop, Duke, General, Judge, Justice, King, Knight and Mr, all deemed too similar to titles.
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    Messiah was also turned down, as was 89, and the single letters, C, D, I and T, although Q and J were accepted after being queried.

  • RAGING pop star Roger Daltrey claims PM David Cameron does not have “the balls” to tackle mass immigration.

    The Who’s working class hero Roger Daltrey sparked a storm a fortnight ago when he blasted Labour for “screwing” Brits by opening the floodgates to foreigners.

    Yesterday he turned on the Tories, saying Mr Cameron and his team lacked the guts to deal with the issue.

    He also took a pop at leftie rocker Bono for claiming he is a socialist while dodging taxes in his homeland.

  • After getting a pie in the face, Rupert Murdoch inadvertently gets a pair of devil horns.
  • After “Dare to Dream” was put up on YouTube one of its early listeners was Jimmy Iovine, founder of Interscope records. Recognizing quality, Iovine had plans in his mind for Skepta’s track so, with help from parent company Universal, they had YouTube remove the song on copyright grounds.

    Armed with cash Interscope approached Boy Better Known, a group and record label founded in 2005 by Skepta and the team behind Dare to Dream.

    “Being in an industry where money talks, everybody involved in the ‘Dare To Dream’ project came to a conclusion to sign it to Interscope,” says Skepta.

    So who is the lucky recipient of the track? None other than Interscope giant Eminem.

  • For years, it has been a poorly-kept secret that some of the world’s largest wireless providers rely on caller ID information to verify that a call to check voicemail is made from the account holder’s mobile phone. Unfortunately, this means that if you haven’t set up your voicemail account to require a PIN for access, your messages may be vulnerable to snooping by anyone who has access to caller ID “spoofing” technology. Several companies offer caller ID spoofing services, and the tools needed to start your own spoofing operation are freely available online.
  • Last month, however, John Brennan, the White House’s top counterterrorism advisor broke this silence, telling reporters that “in the last year ‘there hasn’t been a single collateral death because of the exceptional proficiency, precision of the capabilities that we’ve been able to develop.'”

    Zero civilian casualties — during a period when there were more than 100 CIA drone strikes — sounded almost too good to be true. As it turns out, it was. According to a new report from the UK’s award-winning Bureau of Investigative Journalism, released last night, at least 45 civilians were killed in 10 strikes since August 2010. Among these, the Bureau reports that it has identified, by name, six children killed in drone strikes. More civilians are likely to have been killed in an additional 15 strikes for which precise information is not available.

  • The FBI has released its files on two famously controversial publishers, Paladin Press and Loompanics Unlimited, following a FOIA request filed by Government Attic. The files suggest that the booksellers’ huge libraries of books on drugs, guns and other ultra-libertarian issues only rarely drew the FBI’s attention.
  • A series of adverts for a range of women’s hygiene products by Summer’s Eve have sparked a massive backlash from viewers.

    The use of ‘talking’ hands of black, white and Latina women to represent female genitalia was always meant to be provocative, but have been branded racist by some.

    Hundreds of negative comments have been posted online, with some arguing that the distinctive voice-overs adhere to racial stereotypes.

    The commercials were made with the intention of promoting cleanliness, but for many women it’s the image of Summer’s Eve that needs a good scrub.

  • Seventeen people were indicted on Wednesday on charges of running a high-end prostitution ring that catered to Wall Street clients who often spent more than $10,000 in a night, authorities said.

    The ring pulled in more than $7 million over three years, Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes said at a news conference.

    “The business of high-end prostitution is enormously profitable,” Hynes said.

    The prostitution service, named High Class NY, was run 24 hours a day out of an office in Brooklyn and charged from $400 to $3,600 an hour for its services, according to the 144-count indictment. It also provided customers with cocaine and other narcotics, the indictment said.

    Hynes said clients often spent in excess of $10,000 in a single night.

    They were “all high-end customers coming from the financial markets. People with nothing but money,” he said.

  • Backers of Israel worried that a diminished Rupert Murdoch presence may mute the strongly pro-Israel voice of many of the publications he owns.
  • A bottled liter of water with a few teaspoons of bleach is proving to be a successful recipe for dwellers in the light-deprived slums of the Philippines. The simple technology is spreading sunlight in places where it has never been, and saving residents money at the same time.
  • Police in Nigeria are holding a goat on suspicion of attempted armed robbery.

    Vigilantes seized the black and white goat, saying it was an armed robber who had used black magic to transform himself into an animal to escape after trying to steal a Mazda 323.

    ‘The group of vigilante men came to report that while they were on patrol they saw some hoodlums attempting to rob a car. They pursued them.

  • The store owner quickly begins placing money in a robber’s backpack. As he does, his Chihuahua erupts into ferocious barking at the two men, who beat a hasty retreat, running out of the store with the backpack but taking less money than they could’ve gotten.

    At one point, one of the robbers even points his rifle at the diminutive but undaunted pooch, who chases the pair out of the store and down the street.

  • Pro-abortion activists from Holland who took a seaborne clinic to staunchly Catholic Poland have been forced to pull out after a fortnight of furious protests and official pressure.

    Women on Waves, a group of radical campaigners seeking to spread their doctrine of “free abortions” throughout Europe, had hoped to bypass Poland’s tough anti-abortion laws by ferrying women to international waters aboard a converted tug, the Langenort, to undergo abortions.

    Last week, however, they abandoned their efforts and left Polish waters after providing “counselling” to only 20 women. Rebecca Gomperts, a former Greenpeace activist who heads Women on Waves, refused to say whether they had performed any abortions.

    The arrival of the Langenort in the northern Polish port of Wladyslawowo provoked outrage from the Roman Catholic Church, and the vessel was met by furious demonstrators when it docked.

  • Japan’s science ministry says air above the ground about 150 kilometers from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant is as radioactive as areas 50 kilometers from the source of radioactivity.

    The ministry on Wednesday released a map showing radiation levels at locations one meter above the ground in Miyagi Prefecture, north of Fukushima, based on the results of an aerial survey from June 22nd through 30th.

  • They looked like Apple products. It looked like an Apple store. It had the classic Apple store winding staircase and weird upstairs sitting area. The employees were even wearing those blue t-shirts with the chunky Apple name tags around their necks.
  • It might be among the hardest materials known, but place a diamond in a patch of sunlight and it will start to lose atoms, say a team of physicists in Australia. The rate of loss won’t significantly trouble tiara wearers or damage diamond rings, but the discovery could prove a boon for researchers working to tap diamond’s exceptional optical and electronic properties.
  • Certain species of Timema stick insects were known to reproduce asexually, with females producing young in “virgin births” without the need for egg fertilisation by males.

    The insects instead produce genetic clones of themselves.

  • A new doll, called the “Breast Milk Baby,” is slated to make a debut sometime this year in US toy stores. A sensation in Europe, the doll has already polarized many groups at odds over issues like breastfeeding in public and those who feel young girls are already growing up too fast.

    The doll comes with a halter which is worn by a young girl as she holds the baby up to a pair of rose petal “nipples” on the front. When the doll is placed near the petals, it begins to make suckling sounds.

    Naturally, when asked what they thought about a breast milk baby doll, some shoppers in NYC were astounded, even offended. But the company who makes it remains philosophical.

    “I think that it’s totally bizarre to teach a prepubescent child how to breastfeed,” said one Manhattanite woman. “Quite strange.”

  • With increasing frequency it seems agencies of the government are looking to tap into the public consciousness to gather information on everything from how you surf the Web to how they can use information generated by you to predict the future. It’s all a little creepy, really. Here we take a look at seven programs announced this year that in some cases really want to crawl into your brain to see what’s happening in the world.
  • New Yorkers have witnessed an urban solar phenomenon, with the Sun setting in alignment with the city’s skyscrapers and giving an effect fans say is reminiscent of Wiltshire’s Stonehenge. Welcome to Manhattanhenge.
  • A good journalist brings that depth of commitment to a story, along with the appropriate contextual information, public memory, and reportorial skill. When a reporter from the German magazine Der Spiegel told me in 2003 that Fox News reporters in Baghdad had borrowed sandbags from American soldiers and piled them on the roof of their hotel to stage an on-camera impression that they were reporting from a battle elsewhere, I was reminded that Murdoch’s News Corporation isn’t so interested in serious journalism.

    No large news organization in the world, in fact—at least none that’s as large as or larger than those influenced by Vladimir Putin in Russia or Silvio Berlusconi in Italy or the Communist Party in China—tries as brazenly as Murdoch’s globe-straddling News Corporation to generate and even fabricate news or to subvert good reporting of news so cynically and powerfully—and hurtfully, to both its subjects and its audiences.

  • Walter Bagdasarian was found guilty two years ago of making threats against a major presidential candidate in comments he posted on a Yahoo.com financial website after 1 a.m. on Oct. 22, 2008, as Obama’s impending victory in the race for the White House was becoming apparent. Bagdasarian told investigators he was drunk at the time.

    A divided panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals overturned that conviction Tuesday, saying Bagdasarian’s comments were “particularly repugnant” because they endorsed violence but that a reasonable person wouldn’t have taken them as a genuine threat.

    The observation that Obama “will have a 50 cal in the head soon” and a call to “shoot the [racist slur]” weren’t violations of the law under which Bagdasarian was convicted because the statute doesn’t criminalize “predictions or exhortations to others to injure or kill the president,” said the majority opinion written by Judge Stephen Reinhardt.

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Watched The Evil Face Become A Mass Of Bloody Pulp

  • Rushkoff is disappointed about how technology is being used today. He describes feeling of computer networks in 1991 as being like taking acid – there was a sense that anything was possible. In Cyberia he wrote that the only people that would be able to handle the new information reality would be psychedelic people and kids. He expanded upon the notion that kids would just inherently get cyberspace in Playing the Future.

    It hasn’t worked out that way. Rushkoff admits he was wrong about kids just getting cyberculture. He says recent studies have found that younger Internet users are more likely to fall for hoaxes or believe incorrect things they read on the Internet. Young people are less critical, not more.

  • A yearlong experiment with the nation’s electric grid could mess up traffic lights, security systems and some computers — and make plug-in clocks and appliances like programmable coffeemakers run up to 20 minutes fast.

    “A lot of people are going to have things break and they’re not going to know why,” said Demetrios Matsakis, head of the time service department at the U.S. Naval Observatory, one of two official timekeeping agencies in the federal government.

  • An enigmatic message on a Roman gladiator’s 1,800-year-old tombstone has finally been decoded, telling a treacherous tale.

    The epitaph and art on the tombstone suggest the gladiator, named Diodorus, lost the battle (and his life) due to a referee’s error, according to Michael Carter, a professor at Brock University in St. Catharines, Canada. Carter studies gladiator contests and other spectacles in the eastern part of the Roman Empire.

  • Aimi Eguchi, the latest star of the popular girl band AKB 48, told fans on her website that she was a normal 16-year-old from Saitama Prefecture, north of Tokyo who enjoyed track and field sports. Her cute features made her a fan favorite and quickly created a buzz. She soon took center stage in this candy commercial.

    Miss Eguchi blogged that her goal is “to become a new idol like never before by taking the best parts of my AKB big sisters”. This was true, but in a creepy-Frankenstein kind of way.

    Turns out that Aimi Eguchi is in fact a composite CGI creation using the body parts of the other 7 band members.

  • woman in the viewing gallery, 32 year old Nikia Bowman, apparently objected to the judge’s decision and made a comment, which the judge overheard. He called for a deputy to bring Bowman before the bench.

    Then Judge Bouchard admonished her, saying, “When I set a bond, I don’t need any lip from anybody.” Bowman told the judge, “I didn’t think you could hear me back there.”

    The judge sentenced her to one day in jail and told her to apologize. She said, “I apologize but I… ” “But what?”, said Judge Bouchard, angrily. “You be quiet! Do you understand? This is court. We are not on the street.”

    The judge then dismissed the woman from court into jail custody. But on the way out, Bowman muttered an obscenity, and at that time, Judge Bouchard tacked an additional 30 days onto her sentence, adding, “Do you want 60?”

  • Charlotte Young educates the public on how to interpret an artist’s statement
  • A paedophile who kept pictures of dead babies on his computer was jailed for 18 months yesterday.

    David Adams, 65, had the images from post-mortems in a file marked ‘Dead Kids’ within his huge cache of pornography.

  • Prompted by White House Documents signed by Eric P. Holdren, recent NASA press releases, and other events transpiring, The Intel Hub is releasing an advisory for a possible asteroid impact on or around Monday June 27, 2011. The NEO (Near Earth Object) in question is dubbed (2011 MD).

    Note: This is far from a for sure impact. All information released by the government and corporate media indicates that it will be a close pass but 100% miss earth.

    With that being said one must question: Why all the military movement?

  • The dark horse of the New World Order is not Communism, Socialism or Fascism: It is Technocracy.

    The development and implementation of Smart Grid technology in the U.S. – reinventing the electrical grid with Wifi-enabled digital power meters – is proceeding at breakneck speed. Although Smart Grid is the result of years of government planning, the recent kickoff was made possible through massive “green” grants that were quietly included in President Obama’s economic stimulus package starting in 2009.

    These lucrative grants have drawn in a host of corporate players, from utility companies to digital meter manufacturers to control software vendors. Global companies like IBM, GE and Siemens are putting their full effort behind the “build-out” that will consolidate all of America into a single, integrated, community

  • Two miles from the cow pasture where the Wright Brothers learned to fly the first airplanes, military researchers are at work on another revolution in the air: shrinking unmanned drones, the kind that fire missiles into Pakistan and spy on insurgents in Afghanistan, to the size of insects and birds.
  • Groupon is based on hype, rather than logic. Groupon’s salesmen use emotional bullying, to trick small business owners into signing lousy deals. Groupon’s insiders are cashing out their shares at ever-increasing valuations. They are exploiting the Ponzi opportunity created by Groupon’s hype.

    Groupon is one big scam. They need a steady stream of gullible small business owners, or businesses peddling overpriced junk. They rely on Ponzi hype to keep raising capital at ever-increasing prices. A logical analysis of Groupon shows it’s a scam. However, by using psychopath skills and appealing to emotions, Groupon tricks investors and small business owners.

  • Yesterday, the Justice Policy Institute (JPI) released a report chronicling the political strategies of private prison companies “working to make money through harsh policies and longer sentences.” The report’s authors note that while the total number of people in prison increased less than 16 percent, the number of people held in private federal and state facilities increased by 120 and 33 percent, correspondingly. Government spending on corrections has soared since 1997 by 72 percent, up to $74 billion in 2007. And the private prison industry has raked in tremendous profits. Last year the two largest private prison companies — Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) and GEO Group — made over $2.9 billion in revenue.
  • U2 and its frontman Bono are known for their global poverty-fighting efforts but activists plan to protest their performance Friday at England’s Glastonbury festival, accusing the Irish band of dodging taxes.

    The anti-capitalist group Art Uncut said it would unfurl banners and placards in front of TV cameras filming the U2 gig on the festival’s main Pyramid Stage.

    Member Charlie Dewar said Bono campaigns against poverty in the developing world but has avoided paying Irish taxes at a time when his austerity-hit country desperately needs money.

  • As most of you are probably aware of by now, there was yet another major earthquake (7.2) experienced in the Alaska region today (24 June, 2011).
    Now like many of you, I personally feel that we have been experiencing an increasing trend in the number of such high magnitude earthquakes occurring around the world in just the last few years … Indonesia, Chile, New Zealand, Japan, etc. Sure, one can always try to explain this as simply a correlation with the increasing ease with which information (and news especially) becomes almost instantly accessible to us. So, out of curiousity, I decided to get the very useful Wolfram Alpha online data query program to run a search and report back on the number of earthquakes higher than magnitude 6 that have occurred in the time period beginning 1900 to the present date and present it as a graph … imagine my surprise when I took a look at the resulting graph.
  • Ninety percent of organizations have sustained at least one data breach in the past year, according to a survey released Wednesday by the Ponemon Institute and Juniper Networks.

    Even worse, the survey of 583 U.S. IT and IT security practitioners found that a majority of organizations have experienced multiple successful attacks against their networks.

    Fifty-nine percent of respondents said their networks have been compromised at least two times in the past year. Just 10 percent said they have had no breaches.

    Seventy-eight percent of those surveyed said there has been an increase in the frequency of attacks in the past year. Moreover, most respondents said attacks have become more severe and difficult to detect and contain.

    “We are seeing an uptick in hacking for profit and hacking for activism,”

  • This “Warning: Terrence Malick Film!” sign, published by Next Projection (and, update! Apparently actually photographed by reporter Joe Meyers, which, should it really be that hard to find and give credit on the Internet people? Sheesh!) was posted for movie-goers at the Avon, in Stamford, CT. What’s to even say? Do people really ask for their movie-ticket money back because… they were bored? Another reason to despise Connecticut.

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The Love Boat of Hate! Sonny Bono is DEACON DARK!


Deacon Dark, played by s Sonny Bono on The Love Boat, Season 2 Episode 25.

In ”Sounds of Silence,” Phil Backstrom aka Deacon Dark aka Sonny Bono, performs hard rock music, in garish makeup and attire. This episode of The Love Boat first aired on Saturday March 17th, 1979.

Here he is! A superstar! The demented! The dangerous! The disgusting! Deacon Dark! Best known for his hit songs “Smash It”, “Screaming Voodoo Devil Boogie Woman” and “Step, Step, Step On Toads”

Sonny Bono Flips Out!

The definitive online Deacon Dark resource is found at The Deacon Dark Fan Page on Facebook! You will find tons of info, including Deacon Dark trading cards, fan club info, and loads of pics of The Deacon aboard the Pacific Princess!

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Eat The Rich

  • “[Diddy] went through Kim Porter and Rodney King and knocked down the WTC and then they all came and knocked my children down… He date raped me 24 years ago and knocked me down him and Kim Porter and Wallace Wright, then Sean Combs and Kim and Wallace Wright came back 18 years later and raped and sexually abused my children and knocked my children down and crushed me and my children daily.”
  • The shooting prompted the largest area lock-down in history. Hundreds of officers from local, state and federal agencies vainly combed a seven-mile area looking for an armed gunman in his 40s with a long, gray pony tail. Helicopters, SWAT teams and K9 units were deployed.

    Children from nine schools remained locked in their classrooms for seven hours, unable to get access to restrooms or food out of fears that the suspect would enter a campus and create a hostage situation.

  • In the cases announced Tuesday, officials said the alleged straw buyers managed to acquire the weapons — and pass federal background checks — without raising red flags despite the fact that in some cases they plunked down large sums of cash for multiple purchases of assault rifles. In one case, officials said, seven individuals spent $104,251 in cash at various Phoenix-area firearms dealers to acquire 140 firearms.
  • The FBI yesterday executed 40 search warrants around the US to gather evidence on the Anonymous distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks in defense of WikiLeaks last year—attacks which targeted Visa, MasterCard, PayPal, and Amazon. And when the FBI comes a-knockin’, the whole house starts a rockin’.

    Ars has seen posts from a private forum in which several targets of the FBI raids offer brief descriptions of the experience, along with the occasional photo of a beaten-in front door. We cannot guarantee the authenticity of these accounts, though we believe them to be genuine.

  • A few young Germans have the world’s biggest record companies at their knees. After hacking into the computers of famous recording artists and their managers, they have placed unreleased songs by the likes of Lady Gaga and Shakira on the Internet. Two have been caught, but the others are still at work.
  • A 13-year-old Norwegian boy avoided being attacked by wolves by playing a heavy metal song on his mobile phone, the Zvuki.ru music web portal reported on Thursday.

    The incident took place in the central Norwegian municipality of Rakkestad. Four wolves, who appeared before the boy when he was returning home from school, were scared away by the noise coming from the boy’s mobile phone, the Russian website said.

    The song that saved the boy’s life was by thrash metal band Megadeth.

  • Flame On!
  • In October, the Chicago Police Department’s new crime-forecasting unit was analyzing 911 calls for service and produced an intelligence report predicting a shooting would happen soon on a particular block on the South Side.

    Three minutes later, it did, police officials say.

    That got police Supt. Jody Weis thinking.

    He wondered if the department could produce intelligence reports even quicker. Next time, officers might have an hour’s notice before a shooting — instead of just a few minutes.

    The solution: Weis is now consolidating the department’s various intelligence-gathering units under his direct command to improve the flow of information.

  • When the man walked out of the Capital One bank branch in a Washington suburb, he was holding a gun to the bank teller’s head and was using her as a shield. The suspect also had a fake bomb taped to his body, police said.
    Officers were already outside the bank as the suspect walked out, and the confrontation unfolded on television with a helicopter camera hovering overhead.

    Video shows him backing away from police with the woman when the suspect tripped over a pile of snow from Wednesday’s storm. The woman ran away from the suspect toward police and held her hands up to cover her ears.

    Gunfire erupted shortly afterward. Takoma Park Police Chief Ronald Ricucci said the suspect was killed.

  • In a letter sent Monday, Consumer Watchdog asked Representative Darrell Issa, the new chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, to investigate the relationship between Google and several government agencies.

    The group asked Issa to investigate contracts at several U.S. agencies for Google technology and services, the “secretive” relationship between Google and the U.S. National Security Agency, and the company’s use of a U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration airfield in California.

    Federal agencies have also taken “insufficient” action in response to revelations last year that Google Street View cars were collecting data from open Wi-Fi connections they passed, Consumer Watchdog said in the letter.

  • What institutions can you trust these days with your donations? The Associated Press reported today that the $21.7 billion Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is a fraud where at least two-thirds of the funds were “pocketed,” and donated medicines were sold on the black market for profit.

    The prestigious development fund is backed by celebrities like Bono, politicians like French president Sarkozy, and a cool $150 million from Bill and Melinda Gates. The AP wrote, “The fund has been a darling of the power set that will hold the World Economic Forum in the Swiss mountain village of Davos this week.”

  • The 2008 financial crisis was an “avoidable” disaster caused by widespread failures in government regulation, corporate mismanagement and heedless risk-taking by Wall Street, according to the conclusions of a federal inquiry.
    The commission that investigated the crisis casts a wide net of blame, faulting two administrations, the Federal Reserve and other regulators for permitting a calamitous concoction: shoddy mortgage lending, the excessive packaging and sale of loans to investors and risky bets on securities backed by the loans.
  • An outstanding discussion, primer and visual lesson on toxic assets, failed banks, the Federal Reserve, HR 1207, auditing the Fed, and the cost to taxpayers.
  • Very interesting story, and not without ramifications for other states.

    Walter Keane poses for a portrait at his office. Keane filed and recently won a lawsuit that resulted in several homeowners in Utah getting title to their property, even if they owed the full mortgage, all because of chaos introduced into the nation’s property recording system by MERS.

    The attorney for another man in Draper, Utah, says he has won two other cases this way, and another attorney in Utah got a default judgment giving title to borrowers who owed $417,000 on a home.

    Utah Professor Chris Peterson weighs in on the significance of the rulings.

  • Protests inspired by the revolt in Tunisia have dominoed along Egypt, Yemen and Algeria. Some have drawn comparisons to the colour revolutions seen in post-Soviet countries. To discuss this RT talks to William Engdahl – author of the book ‘Full Spectrum Dominance: Totalitarian Democracy in the new world order.’
  • The American Embassy in Cairo helped a young dissident attend a US-sponsored summit for activists in New York, while working to keep his identity secret from Egyptian state police.

    On his return to Cairo in December 2008, the activist told US diplomats that an alliance of opposition groups had drawn up a plan to overthrow President Hosni Mubarak and install a democratic government in 2011.

  • Assuming someone in high places has an Internet kill switch, shutting down just the international connections would require a lot of manual work, or the preexistence of an infrastructure that can make this happen automatically through management protocols. Of course such a system would never be triggered by accident or by a disgruntled employee.

    The old story that the Internet was built as a military network to withstand nuclear attacks is pretty much an urban legend, but despite that, it’s surprisingly hard to kill. It can be done, however, if you’re a government and you try really, really hard.

  • Says Crowley: “We respect what Egypt contributes to the region, it is a stabilizing force, it has made its own peace with Israel, and is pursuing normal relations with Israel, we think that’s important, we think that’s a model that the region should adopt broadly speaking. at the same time, we recognize that Egypt, Tunisia other countries do need to reform, they do need to respond to the needs of their people, and we encourage that reform and are contributing across the region to that reform.”

    Rattansi: [paraphrased] but if Egypt can’t guarantee stability, what’s the point of all your financial support.

    Crowley: “We rely on Egypt as an ally to be a stabilizing force in the region… that has benefits across the region.”

    Rattansi: “Democracy would be destabilizing to the region generally, wouldn’t it?”

  • For the first time in human history almost all of humanity is politically activated, politically conscious and politically interactive… The resulting global political activism is generating a surge in the quest for personal dignity, cultural respect and economic opportunity in a world painfully scarred by memories of centuries-long alien colonial or imperial domination… The worldwide yearning for human dignity is the central challenge inherent in the phenomenon of global political awakening… That awakening is socially massive and politically radicalizing… The nearly universal access to radio, television and increasingly the Internet is creating a community of shared perceptions and envy that can be galvanized and channeled by demagogic political or religious passions. These energies transcend sovereign borders and pose a challenge both to existing states as well as to the existing global hierarchy, on top of which America still perches…
  • You’ve seen them.Perhaps left in a phone booth, Laundromat, or other public place. Maybe a Fundamentalist coworker or a street evangelist gave one to you. Perhaps a child gave one to your child at school. They have titles such as Are Roman Catholics Christian?, The Death Cookie, and Why Is Mary Crying? They are Chick tracts—tiny cartoon booklets produced by Jack T. Chick (“J.T.C.”) and his publishing house, Chick Publications.

    You’ve seen them . . . but have you read one? Do so, and you step into the nightmarish world of Jack T. Chick.

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They Sold Their Souls For Rock N Roll – Religious Rockumentary – Music, Satan’s Best Tool

“Is it true that SATAN is the master musician working behind the popular music scene and influencing our youth? Fasten your seat belts as you go on an eye popping ride upon the roller coaster of Rock, and find out how Rocks most popular artists have Sold Their Souls for Rock and Roll. In this mind blowing exposé Pastor Joe Schimmel reveals just how SATAN has been effectively using popular music to undermine Gods plan for family and ultimately heralding the coming of the Antichrist and his kingdom on earth. Come behind the scenes with us as we expose the deceptive agendas of many of yesterday and todays secular artists, such as: Elvis, The Doors, Led Zeppelin, U2, Creed, Madonna, Britney Spears, DMX, Tupac, Tori Amos and many more. It’s time to remove the blinders – guard yourself and those you love from one of Satans most powerful tools.”

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SeMeN SPeRmS Links o’ Death Archive 5

Art of War: Gun and Bullet Artworks
Earsnot Interview on Vimeo
IRAK!
SPEAKS
He gives advice on how not to get caught in this digital age.
Burger Stool
I want this.
Remember before iPhones ‘n Blackberry’s?
My New Cell Phone
Discovering Your Own Lost Sounds
Get Moving! 20 Amazing Airport, Train and Bus Station Designs
Our world may be a giant hologram
“If the GEO600 result is what I suspect it is, then we are all living in a giant cosmic hologram.”
Angry Teacher Rips Student’s Cheek Off
– Japanese Freddy Mercury
Vagina Ripped Apart by Water Fountain
$24,500 repair job
Hitler’s Cross Restaurant
Swastika Themed Eatery
Moshing Wii Kid
Thanks Slanty Cat!
Video: Juelz Santana Shows Pouch Full Of Money
The weed stuff is kinda borin’ in the start…but wait…him showin’ off his Louie fanny pack fulla hundreds later on is some pretty funny shit.
Coldplay vs. Joe Satriani
Biters!
The Bush Administration’s Most Despicable Act
Celebrating 50 years of Motown
Fake Russian iPhone
Sucker!
Photoshop Disasters
Don’t let ’em happen to you!
Emily the Strange Ripped Off From Nate The Great Children’s Book
Pullin’ Cards
Marc Ecko does it again- Hannah Stouffer bite
– Super Sunday – Skibadee / Fun & DJ Ruffstuff
WWJD DNB
Internet Addiction Test (IAT)
“10. How often do you block out disturbing thoughts about your life with soothing thoughts of the Internet? ” Thanks Carlen! In scored 83 ” Your Internet usage is causing significant problems in your life. You should evaluate the impact of the Internet on your life and address the problems directly caused by your Internet usage.”
Delete 10 Facebook friends, get a free Whopper
Viral Marketing at it’s finest!
Image Management
‘Best opening song EVER!’ Thanks Greg!
Erkin Koray РElektronik Türküler [1974]
Download the album
Erkin Koray – Elektronik Turkuler
The Turkish Jimi Hendrix
Get Wood: A Place For Men to Park their Manhood
The Icelandic Phallological Museum
a collection of over one hundred penises and penile parts belonging to almost all the land and sea mammals that can be found in Iceland.
10 Everyday Household Items To Spice Up Your Sex Life
Radical cheap: $1,000 homes
Rock Star Pumped Stomach Rumor
The Frog With Teeth
Famous People Who Look Like They Smell
Steampunk Elephant
Thanks Petey
Who Is Winning the PR War?
Middle East is fucked
The Maple Syrup Smell… is Back for 2009!
NYC Odor Alert!
The 10 Greediest People of 2008
Hand Wound Monday: Thumb Blister
Weekly Review January 6, 2009 Harper’s Magazine
Dossier Gives Details of Mumbai Attacks
Evidence Showing That The USA Is Becoming A Police State
Homeland Security forecasts 5-year terror threats
Chance of rain and biological attacks.
The orange drinks that have 300 times more pesticide than tap water… sold by Coca-Cola
Saving a Squirrel by Eating One
Mmmm…squirrel!
Atheists Send a Message, on 800 British Buses
“There’s probably no God,” the advertisements say. “Now stop worrying and enjoy your life.”
Purple squirrel baffles experts
With picture!
6 Insane Discoveries That Science Can’t Explain
Peter Lamborn Wilson in NYC
Obama’s Total Information Awareness
No campaign in history has ever compiled and stored more information on its supporters than the Obama campaign did. Should we be worried about this now that they won?
McDonald’s admits 1,000 people paid to join queue for Quarter Pounder debut
False demand
FBI taps cell phone mic as eavesdropping tool
The ultimate moustache
Stay High 149 Interview
OG Graffiti Master!
Official Traumatizer :: Tom Burman
GREEN IS MURDER
Gavin calls bullshit on the green movement
Armored truck robber uses Craigslist to make getaway
a brazen crook apparently used a Craigslist ad to hire a dozen unsuspecting decoys to help him make his getaway following a robbery.
MICHELE ALLEN BUSTED IN COW OUTFIT
Michele Allen, 32, will spend the next month in jail after admitting to a wild drunken weekend dressed in this silly cow outfit
Tulipomania
The original economic speculation bubble
Fooled by Ponzi (and Madoff) How Bernard Madoff Made Off with My Money
Writer of book ‘Annals of Gullibility’ suckered, too.
SOME DUDE NAMED HIS KID ADOLF HITLER
Smells like South Jersey
Katrina’s Hidden Race War
Facing an influx of refugees, the residents of Algiers Point could have pulled together food, water and medical supplies for the flood victims. Instead, a group of white residents, convinced that crime would arrive with the human exodus, sought to seal off the area, blocking the roads in and out of the neighborhood by dragging lumber and downed trees into the streets.
Teen Speed Camera Revenge
Students duplicate the license plates by printing plate numbers on glossy photo paper, using fonts from certain websites that “mimic” those on Maryland license plates. They tape the duplicate plate over the existing plate on the back of their car and purposefully speed through a speed camera, the parent said. The victim then receives a citation in the mail days later.
Rap music originated in medieval Scottish pubs, claims American professor
Saddam Hussein house of horrors museum opened
Premarital Abstinence Pledges Ineffective, Study Finds
Teenagers Who Make Such Promises Are Just as Likely to Have Sex, and Less Likely to Use Protection, the Data Indicates.
The-Oner – Big Ass Marker
I wanna sniff it!
Who are Somalia’s pirates?
Will Elder – b. 1921 – His Mad World – The Lives They Lived
His influence on me cannot be overstated.
Harper’s Magazine Yearly Review
to Remove a Security Tag (narrated)
Thanks ESPO
Crew – We Are Known As Emcees
“Recession era beats. There’s so much good shit in this video, it’s an overload.” – Steve Powers
Cutis Verticis Gyrata
Permanent Cornrows
Camera Zapper
Using Lasers to Temporarily Neutralize Camera Sensors
36MMM breasts scoop world record
The Life of American Vagabonds
Timothy Leary Archive: Videos
A Lovely Sorta Death
How to pee when you live in a van.
Old lady Squirts Diarrhea in Supermarket Aisle
Yay, internets!
Strangest Invertebrate Ever
“>Deer Shot While Mating
Coitus Interruptus
Mountain Goat Hunting
Thanks Krissy
Visible Time
By The Bell Caffeine Pill Freakout!
– The Film
YouTube is puttin’ up full films now, check out Drugstore Cowboy on there, too.
Japan holds diaper fashion show — for adults
Shitty new fashion
Decochari customized bikes
Joseph Szabo Photos of Teenagers
Thanks Carlen Altman
stimulus to face
Dude shocks his face to an electro beat.
Space Beer
Japanese brew made with barley grown in the international space station.
Taiwan’s Hello Kitty-themed hospital
Do it yourself Clitoridectomy for the faint hearted
Kids, don’t try this at home!
Clitoris Erection Animation
Female Anatomy & Clitoral Circumcision
Kurt Destroys a Organ Onstage
New Hershey Candy Said to Look Like Packets of Crack Cocaine
How to Cook Crack Cocaine
How to Make Crack
WTF Smoker
GANGBUSTER Superhero who fights gangs!
Stop crime, help youths, and inspire the children with Gangbuster comic books.
The Jheri Curl All-Stars
Tribute to the Early West Coast Rap Scene Flyers & DJ Cards
The internet is over?! NO!
NJ Supermarket refuses to put ‘Adolf Hitler’ on birthday cake
Three year old cursed with Fuhrers name by Nazi dad.
As Economy Dips, Arrests for Shoplifting Soar
IRAK!
Sugar as addictive as cocaine, heroin, studies suggest
Pssst, I got the raw right here…
Can Amphetamines Help Cure Cocaine Addiction?
Thanks Petey
Suspicious wife who demands to smell husband’s genitals beaten
Thanks Billoney
for all types of Ladies
Thanks Attic Jack
Nugent Shirtless on Mike Douglas
Bush Shoe-Toss Immortalized in Games, Animations
the Bounty Hunter’s Wife
Thanks Billoney
Ponzi Scheme
A Ponzi scheme is a fraudulent investment operation that involves paying abnormally high returns to investors out of the money paid in by subsequent investors, rather than from the profit from any real business.
Bernard Madoff arrested over alleged $50 billion fraud
$50 billion “Ponzi scheme”
Shoes thrown at Bush on Iraq trip
Black Horror Movies.com
Horror x Blaxploitation
Socket-Deer – Antlers for your Outlet
Ballbra
Do they have Wonderballbras?
Ton of Marijuana Seized From Cloned UPS Truck in Arizona
Bush Condemns Free National Wi-Fi
YouTube tightens rules on sexually suggestive videos
Dumb everything down for the kids.
Scorpions ‘Virgin Killer’ cover censored on Wikipedia.
New York Marijuana Laws
Behavioral screening — the future of airport security?
Woman fears for albino raccoon’s safety
CBLDF To Serve As Special Consultant In PROTECT Act Manga Case
Chis Handley faces up to 20 years in prison for being in possession of manga (Japanesese sex comics)
People gettin’ punched in the face in slow motion
No butts about it — fecal transplants work for some
Thanks Carlen Altman, Let’s swap poo!
Men under threat from ‘gender bending’ chemicals – Telegraph
Men are at risk of being “feminised”
Frontline: The Merchants of Cool
A report on the creators & marketers of popular culture for teenagers
Nature’s Viagra: Spider Venom Induces Erection
The largest penis in the world ?
Who has the biggest and longest penis on earth?
This Man Has the Largest Penis in the World: 13.5 in (34.29 cm) Erect! – Jonah Falcon
Drugged! The top 50 trips in movies
Top 10 Weirdest Experiments Ever
Oldest Marijuana Stash Found
2700 year old weed
Financial Times Editorial Admits Agenda For Dictatorial World Government
Black Metal Commercial
Forest, youth classroom
Fucked Japanese film
to paint XXL
Kraut Fire Extinguisher Spray Paint 101
Liquid Pillow Sex Dance (Part 1)
“Big Liquid workin every inch of his sexy body by freaking a pillow to trey songz”
You like skyscrapers, huh bitch?
Thanks Greg Naw
The Brooklyn Paper: Camera captures deliveryman’s graffiti attack!
I’m so Dizzy, my head is spinnin’, like a whirlpool, it never ends.
All City Crew Over Obey Art Basel Miami 2008
Haaah…No respect on the streets!
Gideon Commercial – They Say I’m Crazy..
Thanks Carlen Altman
Rink Rash Skatewear – Bruise Contest!
Black ‘N Blues
Natural Harvest – A Collection of Semen-Based Recipes by Fotie Photenhauer
Mmmm…you wanna lick the bowl?
10 most ridiculous Black Metal videos
Superwoman Does Blowjob
NSFW, obvs.
Dogg makes Mashed Potatoes w. Martha Stewart
Nun In Gasmask World
Kris Kuksi
Wild intricate Industrial Insectoid alien sculptures
tofutti break
Amazin’ Image Blog
eboy – baltimore poster
This shit is like Richard Scary x Where’s Waldo x Sim City
Steampunk Art Update
THE REALIST ARCHIVE PROJECT
Lower East Side Gallery Rivington Arms to close in January
Cihat Örter vs. Asım Can Gündüz
Turkish Heavy Metal Guitar Battle!
Neckface Tags The Veil Nebula
in Madonna masks rob bank
from Les braqueuses
Weekly Review 12.9.08 Harper’s Magazine
Obama Photoshopped
Changed pictures we can believe in.
Saddam Airguitar!
IRAK!
Black Y’all! I’m Black Y’all!
Thanks Attic Jack aka DJ Haku
Beatles Butcher Cover Photo Album
Outtakes from the Butcher Baby sessions.
Reverse Speech – Voices From The Unconscious
Traci Lords – Crime Library
Dogs РYou Mama´s On Crack Rock
Thanks Googs
Norwegian Black Metal: Images of Satan
Photographs by Peter Beste
The Wal-mart stampede, caught on camera
Consumerism reaches a new low. Thanks Billoney!
Organic Architecture: 12 Beautifully Curved Buildings
We need more buildin’s like these, instead of the ugly bullshit they’re polluting our vision with in NYC!
DJ Red Alert Goes Bazerk mp3
Late-ish 80’s Old School Hip-Hop from Kool Red NYC Styles from KISS FM
Look! 70’s Rock Musicians and Their Parent’s Homes
LIFE magazine photos of rockers ‘n their ‘rents cribs.
Taliban raked in $470M US from opium trade in 2008: UN report
Mexico’s Hidden Museum of Drugs
Museo de los Enervantes
Facebook a CIA Front?
Data minin’ feds.
€500,000 scam of a Spanish Robin Hood
“He said he had given it all away to social activists or spent it on the newspaper. He is refusing to pay the money back and daring the banks to get him sent to jail.”
Controversies about the word “niggardly”
The Story of Stuff
“The Story of Stuff is a 20-minute, fast-paced, fact-filled look at the underside of our production and consumption patterns. The Story of Stuff exposes the connections between a huge number of environmental and social issues, and calls us together to create a more sustainable and just world.”
John Pound Art
Dude who did a lot of the Garbage Pail Kids art ‘n later Wacky Packages.
Florida Teen Commits Suicide Before Live Webcam Audience
I can’t beat that blog.
Hipster: The Dead End of Western Civilization | Adbusters Culturejammer Headquarters
Kool Guys.
Misfats – The fattest Misfits tribute band ever!
I’m tired of female and midget tribute bands. Fat versions are the new shit!
Sept. 11 Version of ‘Space Invaders’ Draws Fire at Video-Game Convention
Al Queda Invaders
Âçê.com
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Rise and fall of the Googled swastika – Los Angeles Times
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Swastika
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Tapir cunnilingus
NSFW Not Safe For Human Consumption!
Autofellatio
Just because yer suckin’ yer own dick doesn’t mean yer not gay!
DIY Freeze Pop Machine
“what a money saver!” I dunno, at 32.98 + shipping…aren’t Flav-or-Ice’s like the cheapest shit at the Bodega?!
Porn Bloopers and Funny Adult Porn Gif’s
Gotta Luv Pr0n Gifs!
Sperm Lamp called the Alien
I need some of these.
Thanks Heather Allthetime.
Five Rodium Swap Meet Mix Tapes by Dr Dre (MP3s)
10 x Dr Dre ROADIUM Swap Meet Mix-Tapes from the 80’s
W00t!
DR. DRE 86′ RODIUM SWAP MEET MIX
‘I’m not a Nazi’ Swastika Gallery
Behind the crooked cross
10 CASTRATION SCENES FROM HORROR MOVIES
Chop-chop!
Parents’ fury at ‘Down’s Syndrome dolls’ designed to help children deal with disability
The protruding tongue, almond-shaped eyes, flattened nose and low ears all make it very different to most shop-bought toys.
Fascist Femmes
Nazi girls
Awesome Flash Animation
Girls scroll by and you make ’em naked!
Willard Wigan :: Micro Sculptor
Amazing sculptures that fit on the head of a pin
How they make coffee art
Special printer creates images in latte foam with air jets.
7 Reasons Why It Sucks To Be a Male Porn Star
Okay.
2nd egg emerges from giant chicken egg found at Shiga high school
EGGS!
eBoy NYC
Cassette Tape Closet
A closet built with 918 cassette tapes that are individually screwed onto a wooden frame
The Gargoyles of New York
Scary shit you see in NYC if you actually open yer eyes and look upward.
Semen – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Most Expensive Accidents in the History of the World
Does electin’ George Bush Jr. for two terms count?
Phil Spector rants about his relationship with The Beatles ahead of his murder retrial
He shoulda pulled a pistol on Macca!
Album Covers Map
Atlas of locations for iconic album covers.
Label of love: SST
Greg Ginn lives with 85 rescued cats in Texas now.
Teacher Tantalizes Teens
The video!
Parents want a teacher to be sacked after she stripped for 15-year-old students
Teachers gone wild!
The first Boys from Brazil: Nazi graveyard discovered deep in the Amazon rainforest
Where’s the Nazi gold? …and the lil’ Hitler clones.
Drugs Found in Hair of Ancient Andean Mummies
They found a skull with a Beatles wig, shoulda figured as much
The living-dead buses in the Bronx
Bus graveyard where they get stripped before becomin’ artificial reefs.
In Soviet Russia, Lake Contaminates You
The story of the secret Russian city Chelyabinsk-40 and the radioactive mess that the cold war created.
THE BROKERS WITH HANDS ON THEIR FACES BLOG
Haaaaah, have a heart attack, bitches!
To Make Cocaine
Even the pure is stepped on.
Pequeña Sarah Palin
Someone give this lil’ creature a TV show already!
Advanced Masturbation Techniques
You got a small wee-wee!
Employee taints police chief’s food
“…He spat on the buns and rubbed the buns “on his buns.”
Woman accused of shoplifting, brandishing a female sanitary napkin
A 27-year-old woman accused of shoplifting cologne and trying to touch an officer with a “well-used and bloody female sanitary napkin”
Newburgh firefighter performs delicate operation to save man’s penis
“Authorities said the pipe was apparently an erotic aid, but did not elaborate.”
Al-Qaida-linked Web site backs McCain as president
Are his neck eggs Muslim?
Gerard Damiano, 80, Dies; Directed ‘Deep Throat’
RiP
Vice Magazine: VICE PICS – HAPPY HALLO-WEEK-N
Halloween Rave! W00t!
How to Poke Yourself on Facebook
eMasturbation
How to Quit Facebook
“At first you’re confirming a new friend, and next thing you know, you’ve spent an hour looking at all the new people you’re connected to. Recording your Facebook activities can help you realize how much time you actually spend getting nothing constructive done”
Emile Berliner and the Birth of the Recording Industry
Inventor of the flat record ‘n Gramophone
Lydon on the Tom Snyder Show 1980
Public Image Limited
Rotten Butter Commercial
“Ever get the feeling you’ve been cheated?”
Falls Off Stage In Orlando
She gets dizzy swangin’ that horse tail weave.
‘Dolemite’ Star Rudy Ray Moore Dead At 81
R.i.P.
Cannabinoids promote embryonic and adult hippocampus neurogenesis and produce anxiolytic- and antidepressant-like effects
What he said!
Web 2.0 style example.png – Encyclopedia Dramatica
Gamer juggles over 30 Warcraft characters on 11 computers simultaneously
Come back to Meatspace, loser.
Stone(d) Age man took drugs
Scientists have found ceramic bowls, tubes for inhaling drug fumes or powders on a Caribbean island from 100BC and 400BC
Don’t Bother Lookin’ For’em: Great Since-Closed NYC Record Shops
Oh, the memories!
Always the bridesmaid: Jason Everman
My Roommate from ’91
Dream Deceivers – The Story of James Vance & Judas Priest
Do It! Do It! Yer face looks like a pile of cold cuts, dude!
Passive-Aggressive Notes
Seething anger bubbles over into everyday notes in the workplace and elsewhere.
Van Fulla Mexicans
Must be one of those circus clown vans. Talk about carpoolin’!
Stop Alien Abductions
Thought Screen Helmet – Must have accessory for Fall!
That 69er Show – That 70’s Show S&M Comic
NSFW!!!! Thanks Billoney.
Dancing with Nazis
Is Arnold Schwarzenegger a Nazi? All signs point to ‘YES!’
Instant Rimshot
Goes great with the laughin’ audience in my head. Bud-dum-bum!
Dead Malls
Suburban Decay
That Mall’s Sick And That Store’s Dead!
Sick Malls…Haaaah!
Malls of America
Vintage photos of lost Shopping Malls of the ’50s, ’60s & ’70s
Google’s Mechanical Prude РErosBlog: The Sex Blog
‘Google Suggest’ stays in ‘Safe Search’ mode no matter what. Lame!
Public Disgrace – Women Bound Stripped & Punished In Public!
NSFW!
Map of the World of Fetish
Plannin’ my next trip.
Topps Blockhead Mask
Hippie!
Find A Grave – Millions of Cemetery Records
Find A Grave x Google Maps = Roadtrip Fun!
Sexiest Rock Star Spawn
A guide to hot-ass rocker offspring
Q&A: Jeff Krulik, Director of ‘Heavy Metal Parking Lot’
‘Punk Sucks, Heavy metal Rules!’
BORGNINE – ‘I masturbate a lot’
Oh Man!
I Scissored Sarah Palin
Stab her with ’em!
McCain stores a chewed hot dog in his neck pouch for later.
Move over cancer eggs!
Obama chows down on a tube steak.
It’s Weenie War!
SeMeN SPeRmS Pumpkin Head Vice Cover Art!
Jeah!
Chase The Faceless Cat Blog
Looks like a feline version of the aliens in They Live!
Zombie John McCain for President
Brrrrraaaaaaaiiiinnnnnnsssssss!
Terrorists Are Watchin’ You
Eye-yi-yi!
Pequeña Hillary Hulk
Raaaahhhhhhh!!!!
The 35 Articles of Impeachment and the Case for Prosecuting George W. Bush by Congressman Dennis Kucinich
Free PDF Download
Steal This Film II
Copyfight the Copywrongs
The Death of High Fidelity
In the age of MP3s, sound quality is worse than ever
‘Brady Bunch’ star Maureen McCormick admits to swapping sex for cocaine
Marcia, Marcia, Marcia – naughty, naughty, naughty!
Barack Obama and Adolf Hitler Faces Combined Together – MorphThing
Gotta love the Internets!
ANNABELLES FANTASY
Women Death Scene Fantasy
King’s Cat’s Eye – General vs Troll
Troll shotguns Drew Barrymore’s soul.
Is Nigerian hair really that tough???? – Yahoo! Answers
Gotta take painkillers to comb it.
How Poster Boy Turns Subway Ads Into Political Art — New York Magazine
Subway poster sticker collage / D√©collage is blowin’ up…to be co-opted in about 5 seconds!
Graffiti ‘crews’ turn violent in L.A
3 killed in run-ins with Los Angeles graffiti gangs
GodTube.com – Baby Preacher
Possessed for sure…but by what force?! Thanks Amy Verdon
Girl
Pedofiles Delight! Thanks Krissy
Facebook sex addict slept with 50 men
Playboy For The Blind
The centerfold feels like she’s cold.
Japan’s Booming Sex Niche: Elder Porn – TIME
Thnx Carlen!
banned by the Mormon church
Vanna White’s Pants fell down as she slipped out the Window
Dion & Anastacia – You Shook Me All Night Long (Live Divas Las Vegas 2002)
“crime against humanity” – ESPO
Civil servant charged over ‘obscene’ Girls (Scream) Aloud Violent Sex Fantasy Blog Post
A civil servant has been charged by police for allegedly writing a blog about the kidnap and murder of members of the pop band Girls Aloud.
Whippets!
Sweet Air
Where can I find the mashed-up t-shirt of my dreams? | Ask Metafilter
Semensperms’s Badge – Blingee Competition 1500+ points
CERN – European Organization for Nuclear Research
Thai school offers transsexual toilet
Thnx Carlen
Papa Smurf bangs his Smurfs
Semen on Panties – Order a semen, sperm, and saliva detection
TED Jesus Christ GOD – HOW TO KILL satan; satan’s Demons; Spawns
Prostate Massage – Milking
Bagels
“I Love I Love Pizza Bagels”
SPANKING TIPS
TUNA NOT FALLEN – sex medicine
Roof Top Rampage Skateboard Showdown Saturday June 14th
New York Graffiti Field Identification Guide
Soooooo LAME!
US Troops Graffiti Bombing in Iraq
Gangs Claim Their Turf in Iraq
The Vice Guide to New York Graffiti
IRAK!
Gang GRAFFITI in IRAQ
Munich, Nudist w. Bike Reading
Faces of Meth
Thnx ESPO
Down Syndrome Dolls – Wonderfully Unique Dolls
Graffiti Travel: Man Arrested after Allegedly Posting Hijinks to YouTube
Cannabis blunder at Tokyo airport
An unwitting passenger arriving at Japan’s Narita airport has received 142g of cannabis after a customs test went awry, officials say.
Artificial Hymen
Things You Can’t Do Coked Up
Thnx a-bunny
10-year-old gives birth in Idaho
Alleged Jimi Hendrix sex tape to be released
Keyboards ‘dirtier than a toilet’
Cops Chase ‘Smiley Face’ Murder Mystery
Brazil’s navy suspends search for flying priest
Lynchings in Congo as penis theft panic hits capital
Police in Congo have arrested 13 suspected sorcerers accused of using black magic to steal or shrink men’s penises after a wave of panic and attempted lynchings triggered by the alleged witchcraft.
Principality of Sealand
Operation Atlantis and the Radical Libertarian Alliance
White people
Caucasian race
Peoples of the Caucasus
Montevideo Convention
Gregor MacGregor – Scottish Con Artist
Gregor MacGregor (December 24, 1786 – December 3, 1845) was a Scottish soldier, adventurer and colonizer who fought in the South American struggle for independence. Upon his return to England in 1820, he claimed to be cazique of Poyais (also known as Pr
McDonalds Fight Videos Shocking Videos Extreme Videos
Teen arrested over video posing senile grandma as gangster
Sugar Bush Squirrel-The Superstar Squirrel- Supermodel & Military Mascot
Thnx Carlen Altman
Shock video of couple forcing 18-month-old baby to smoke marijuana
Aliza Shvarts’ Insists Miscarriage Art Project Is Real
Subtle Butt – Disposable Fart Neutralizers
Marilyn Monroe sex film to be kept private
A 15-minute film of Marilyn Monroe engaging in oral sex with an unidentified man will be kept from public view by a New York businessman who has bought it for $1.5 million, the broker of the deal said on Monday.
Administration Set to Use New Spy Program in U.S.
Domestic Spying…Does Anyone Remember COINTELPRO?!
The Pauper to Princess Scam
How to Tie a Noose
Thudguard: the child and infant safety hat to protect your child
Why was man in female attire in victim’s closet?
He was high on methamphetamine, he said, and went to the Beaverton apartment complex on March 3, 2007, because he was invited to have sex by a woman he barely knew. But when he saw the woman sitting on the bed half naked, he realized she was the wrong wom
Secret Life of a Porn Star – My Sister, the Porn Star
Feds hand eight-count obscenity charge to Buttman
Government to Seek Terrorists in World of Warcraft: The Full Proposal
15 Bucks for Sex Isn’t Normal
Permissible Assaults Cited in Graphic Detail
Drugging Detainees Is Among Techniques
Fla. Teens Believe Drinking Bleach Will Prevent HIV
gringos irak
Back 2 Kool
Claw Money Spring ’08 Collection
MISS LANDMINE
Thnx Matt Goias
Trepanation
A Hole In The Head, The Motherfuckin’ Head!
Homeless_Porn_Not_Safe_for_Work
NAMES OF HOBO-PORN FILMS
Russian bum fun
What the Hell Happened to Your Face?
T.I. Pleads Guilty to Weapons Charges
1000 Hours Community Service and 12 Months In Prison
Congress To Consider Legislation To End Minor Pot Arrests
Anti-Emo Riots Break Out Across Mexico
Goth killing in England echoes Mexican Emo violence…
Movimiento Anti Emo sexual Inc®
Man facing charges for having sex with a table
Man scammed by Craigslist ad – People Take All His Shit
Man Nabbed for Pot-Smelling Cash Deposit
Explosives near Capitol go undetected for weeks
FBI posts fake hyperlinks to snare child porn suspects
Can you say “Internet entrapment”?
Erin Go Crack
St Paddy’s Day Green Crack!
“Eaten Alive” Art Show at Headquarters Studios [02.22.08]
Claw Money x SeMeN SPeRmS
List of nuclear holocaust fiction
Threads (1984)
“Documentary style account of a nuclear holocaust and it’s affect on the working class city of Sheffield, England; and the eventual long run affects of nuclear war on civilization.”
The Story Of Captain Midnight
free university lectures – computer science, mathematics, physics, chemistry
The Bumbot 2000
Thnx Jordana Swan
Old Man Kicks Public Pissing Girl
Priest Shits In A Nuns Mouth
Gotta Love Those Krauts!
Captain RUSH – Cartoons!
Drug dealers pushing ‘brand loyalty’
To Scam Del Taco Video
Stars of YouTube video ‘How to Scam Del Taco’ arrested
$125,000 bail…WTF?!
Graves Possibly Found on Manson Ranch
Death Valley ’69
Killer robot shoots man dead on driveway
The Tom Cruise Indoctrination Video Scientologists Don’t Want You To See
Three Hanged, Burned Dead Dogs and a Pentagram
MARKit malicious assault/rape evidence kit
Hitler’s Gold
Richardson family murders
12 yr old Goth girl kills parents and 8 yr old brother with 24 yr old boyfriend
Emily Sander aka Zoey Zane
Indian woman gives birth to ‘miracle’ child
Your Favorite Curse Word?
Top 10 Sex Tips and Tricks
JackinExpert
Prescription drugs found in drinking water across U.S.
People take pills. Their bodies absorb some of the medication, but the rest of it passes through and is flushed down the toilet. The wastewater is treated before it is discharged into reservoirs, rivers or lakes. Then, some of the water is cleansed again
Cops snag lotto ticket from accused drug dealer
Creepy Gnome terrorises town
Edouard-Henri Avril “Ancient Greek sodomising a goat, plate XVII from ‘De Figuris Veneris’ by F.K. Forberg”
Historical and cultural perspectives on zoophilia
WTF Maggie
FTP
Thnx Ryan Kitson
Octopussy
NSFW
(((((~WOMEN OF IRAN~)))))) – non nude
School’s bizarre ploy to beat internet perverts – masking pupils with Acid House smileys | the Daily Mail
Pequeña Amy Winehouse
Italy’s highest court has ruled that a woman wearing jeans cannot be raped.
Thnx ESPO
&p=1″>Gray whale flashes phallus
Affectionately known as “Pink Floyd” among whalewatchers.
Thnx Haley
Lion vs Tiger
Thnx Jedd Lawler
Hitler Monkey
Hitler monkey
japan-vs-usa
Bono – up close and horrible
during football match in South Africa
Thnx Bret Pittman
New ‘Fish Tooth’ Anti-Rape Device Ready For Market
Amanda Knox – MySpace Rape & Murder
BRUCE LABRUCE
Pornographic Nightmare Fuel
fluffy Lychees
Are The World ( Japanese Version)
Thnx Annette
Cycling Club
If OTB Goes, So Would a Relic of a Grittier City
Pill Identification Wizard
The latest internet craze… bringing classic album covers to life
Thnx Crystal Moselle
Diablo Cody: Nude Stripper / Screenwriter
TV – Fashion in Japan
Hot for Teacher: 18 Sexiest Sex Offenders
Thnx Ryan Kitson
“Eaten Alive” Art Show at Headquarters Studios
GONE WILD official trailer
boy gets scared straight
Straight – The guy with one eye
Thnx Badteethcomics
The Bootleg Back Wall Series
Pioneering midwife touts ‘orgasmic birth’
Thnx Ryan Kitson
& Tom Snyder High! (Slow-motion)
Chopped ‘n Screwed
Piper bottles himself to prove a point. Nice one.
Thnx Matt Quigley
Dentist shortage leads man to superglue own tooth
The Torture Playlist
Music has been used in American military prisons and on bases to induce sleep deprivation, “prolong capture shock,” disorient detainees during interrogations‚Äîand also drown out screams. Based on a leaked interrogation log, news reports, and the accounts
Whistle-blower site taken offline
CENSORED by Big Business
– Mix Eloh DJ
Ivory Coast’s ‘big-bottom’ craze
“Weekly Review”(Harper’s Magazine)
Glacier tagger gets frosty treatment
A German backpacker has been caught spraying graffiti on the rocks and ice face at Franz Josef Glacier.
School Of Pot Offers “Higher” Education
Oakland Trade School Prepares People For Jobs In California’s Medical Marijuana Industry
Now You Can Bring Yer Baby To The Club!
“It sounds like a clubber’s worst nightmare, but for parents who can’t let go of their dancing days a new breed of disco is emerging – where mums, dads and toddlers come together to boogie.”
Cliff rave ‘stupid’: police
Mother Accused In Porn Case Involving Daughter
“…the girl discovered photos of her face morphed onto naked bodies in sexually explicit positions.”
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE FETISH
Mum’s ‘gang rape’ shown on internet
Policeman is headbutted by teenager in ‘happy slapping’ video
Did Adolf Hitler draw Disney characters?
Pentagon tells Bush: climate change will destroy us
The document predicts that abrupt climate change could bring the planet to the edge of anarchy as countries develop a nuclear threat to defend and secure dwindling food, water and energy supplies.
forgotten albums best left forgotten
Spillway – Random Photos
Flipside Magazine Issue 1
Wheel Roller Suit
Thnx Tim Barber
Vintage Poison 1988 Kramer Flying V Guitar
Duffed Out Dustward Brochure
Thnx Tim Artz
Villain Chair
Little Trees Car Freshner Infant Car Carrier
WTF
& Bert – Der Hund Von Baskerville
Thnx Molly
Songerize – Listen Now!
A Knife/Gun To A Knife Fight
Thnx Billoney
PUSH
Thnx Paul T
Mini-muscleman: Meet the world’s smallest bodybuilder
Gotta love the hair! Thnx Carlen Altman
Investigators Think Woman Shot, House Burned Was Not Intended Target
“They were like ‘oh snap, we got the wrong house'”
Train roof riders fear deterrent to dye for
Catholic Priest vs Skateboarders
vs Skater Brawl
Balimore Cop vs. Skateboarder
Thnx Ryan Kitson
Rave
Creepy Furry Commercial
Lynch on iPhone
The octopus who loves his Mr Potato Head
Mystery image of ‘life on Mars’
Club Littlegun – Curios and Antique Guns
The FAIL Blog
Frito Bandito Fan Club Kit
200 -a-Gram Tax on New York Cocaine
Original work by KAWS, NECKFACE, and FAILE
Working ’96 Dodge 3500 Van included
Ya Think I’m Sexy? – Tiny Tim
Frog Bros
mouth (stor mun)
Prairie Dog (Metal Version)
Look
host pukes on the air…
Thunders’ kids
salad man
Hours With Steve-O
Anti-Piracy Video – Don’t Copy That Floppy!
talks about his injury
Puppets – My Mind Is Playing Tricks On Me!
On Extacy or PCP
Acid Lady
This Nu Rave?!
Pail Kids fight
Pail Kids Movie Trailer
– Daggers
“Breakin’ Is A Memory.” Thnx Leo F
and Me – Full McDonald’s Dance Scene
Popping Face
Catch of the day: Cocaine
Thnx Ryan Kitson
Kung-Fu Porn!
Thnx Billoney
Clarity Sought on Electronics Searches
Briton jailed for four years in Dubai after customs find cannabis weighing less than a grain of sugar under his shoe
How to spot a Banksy
Wow.
Drug Traffic Beneath the Waves – Drug Smuggling Submarines
Thnx Ramone
An illustrated guide to the myth of the vagina dentata
Thnx Kenny
Blues – 1972 Tour Drug Fallout
Thnk Paul Hanly
That Deer!
Thnx Ryan Kitson
Modern Plastic Surgery – Ear Pointing
Haunted Portraits
Ilsa, She Wolf of the SS (1975)
Thnx Billoney
Weird Wheels
& Jerry – His Mouse Friday
Basil Wolverton On Cartoon Sounds Part Two
Mmmm…What’s Cookin’?!
Heavy Metal Costumes
Dude, Like, Death To Poseurs and Stuff.
NFL Pulls Plug On Big-Screen Church Parties For Super Bowl
Death of the father: British scientists discover how to turn women’s bone marrow into sperm
I Love Blow – Energy Drink Mix
Student eats key ‘so he can keep partying’
Cheeseburger In The Can!
Fundies – Underwear for two
The Two Person T-Shirt
Strawberry Flavored Cheetos Seduce Sweet-Loving Snackers
Maccabi – Israelites
Thnx Bach Radoncic
for a Drug-Free America | “Cocoon”
Thnx Patrick Morales
anti-drug commercial
Thnx Robby K
KnickerPicker – online dressing room
Thnx DC
Mississippi Legislature Introduces Bill that Would Ban Restaurants from Serving the Obese
“Weekly Review” Harper’s Magazine
Rollerskater Boy
Thnx Guido!
Slices of Life: ‘Body Worlds’ Entrepreneur to Sell Corpse Cross-Sections
Wooly Willy Uncut
Eyeballs Still Rockin’ Flikr
Lollipop painkiller alert
Fully Flared Intro
Thnx Bach Radoncic
The Daiquiri Whacker Gas Powered Portable Blender
Thnx Chris Black
Featuring Danzig “Hips Don’t Lie”
Thnx Annette Bunny
Loony Tunes for Kooky Times (MP3s)
The C.I.A., 1986 – NWA in High School
To Irrigate Your Nasal Passages
pot
Thnx Bobby Wham
Chair Infomercial
Thnx Annette Bunny
“Weekly Review” Harper’s Magazine
Pia Zadora’s Anne Frank Performance
Legal myths: Hardly the whole truth
Kicks of the Week!
A Closer Look at Cheeseburger Cake Art
The Human Caterpillar
Thnx Maryam Modarressi
10 Creepiest Old Ads
Thnx Tim Barber
Concentration of Mice & Rats in NYC 1999
Thnx Billoney
The Citizen’s Guide to Surviving Police Encounters
Thnx Robby K
VINTAGE HONDO MACHINE GUN M 16 RAMBO GUITAR, SUPER RARE – eBay
Thnx ESPO
Dirty Bastard – Dirty Minded *Documentary pt 1 of 4*
Fort Worth jumps onto “Pull ‘Em Up,” anti-pant-sagging bandwagon
Thnx Max
The “Pull ‘Em Up” Campaign
The Fort Worth City Council wants to send a message to young people who wear baggy pants: Pull ’em up!
New Jersey Freakshows – Guidos With Painted Orange Faces
Thnx Truett Dietz
Nudist Super Heroes
The Sex Machines Museum in Prague
Power Enforcers: Anti-Riot Police Vehicles
‘Hitler’ Hotel Causes Stir In Serbia
Straight Outta Rhineland-Palatinate: German Hip Hop Gets Real as Rapper Shot in Berlin – International – SPIEGEL ONLINE – News
Man Sentenced For Attacking Child With Hot Pocket Sandwich
Shawn Kerri, automotive and punk rock cartoonist
The Fiberglass Mascots Photography Pool
T-Pain sing live without that voice thing?
Thnx Robby K
The Dustward @Hamburger Eyes
What We Can Learn from Heath Ledger’s Death: Don’t Mix Downs!!!
Alf Star In Crack Den/Homosexual Scandal
Whitney Houston Smokes Crack
Intervention – Full Episodes Online
Crack in Hell’s Kitchen
DMX In the Studio Cracked Out!
Winehouse smoking CRACK
Hundreds of erotic weight gain stories
Fake FedEx Trucks; When the Drugs Absolutely Have to Get There
The Statue Of Liberty Ruined – Post-Apocalyptic Sci-Fi Archetype
Star Wars Pr0n Cartoons
Sarah Silverman’s Jew Ass
The Quran on Semen Production
Party Boy Corey
Thnx Ben Pier
VirtuaGirlHD – Strippers On Yer Desktop
Thnx Robby K
Can Stay Naked The Longest
Thnx Pia
Prosthetic limbs for coke smuggling
Thnx Teddy
at the Starbury
Thnx Fonzske
Militia – AUSTIN, Texas – Metal / Thrash
Thnx ESPO
Rat Downblouse
Rat Attack
Why You Have Rats Around
PUNISHMENT HAIRCUTS THE ROAD TO REFORM- THE INVESTIGATION
Parted-at-birth twins ‘married’
Thnx Kathy Grayson
subwaystyle
Ridin’ Grandma
boner
guy has a boner and we freaked out!
DAY IN THE LIFE OF BONER BOY!
boner guy
Turn the sound off…
guy gets a boner in public
got a boner
The Kunegunda Shaft Bottom in Wieliczka salt mine.
Boner
www.Potpartner.com, find your smokin’ match!
Thnx Annette Bunny
Amputee Ineligible for Olympic Events
Thnx Carlen Altman
R.I.P. Maila Nurmi aka Vampira
HUNGER Music Video
Thnx Mike Hall
Ides Wu Tang Clan Commercial
Thnx Robby K
Oral Histories From Sept. 11 Compiled by the New York Fire Department
Thnx Tim Barber
LaBeouf in “No No No NOo” video
Of a Woman (Extremely Graphic)!!!
King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters clip 6
Thnx ESPO
Banks helps women learn about the vagina
Moving fingers in the vagina
Dance Theater’s Vagina (The Dance!)
K. Tylor Vagina Power
Thnx WorstWurst81

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