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Sex between snow monkeys and sika deer may be ‘new behavioural tradition’ https://t.co/cVOCTY1j7f

The Legend of Milton Berle’s Supposedly Giant Dick https://t.co/b1u4iWuDXa

AI-Assisted Fake Porn Is Here and We’re All Fucked https://t.co/42RMQcTXvu

Court to Cops: Forcing a Teenager to Masturbate in Front of You Is Not Reasonable https://t.co/5ne9p6itbd

New York Met defends ‘overtly sexual’ 1938 painting as thousands sign petition to rethink display https://t.co/4bC7idd0qM

Square dancing was a racist hoax funded by Henry Ford to get white people to stop dancing to black music https://t.co/JHNvKwB8ll

This frostbitten black metal album was created by an artificial intelligence https://t.co/GsmU1syMpQ

1/3 of all Americans killed by strangers are killed by POLICE https://t.co/4Xozgj19dk

Why Your Brain Hates Other People

Deep the Beatles!
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Beatles Love Me Do Promo 7″ Sells for $14,757.00
Most Expensive Single Sold on Discogs

The real Breaking Bad: Aussie drug kingpin reveals the secrets of making ecstasy https://t.co/2CZeXu18Lq



Behold, ‘Dragon Ball Z’ Dabs Made of 3000 Grams of Pure Cannabis Extract https://t.co/vFrNuI1Yoi

Sicko has sex with his girlfriend’s overdosed CORPSE hoping it would wake her up after finding her unconscious

Mom Has Hallucinations For A Year Before Figuring Out Bracelet With Jequirity Beads Is Culprit

Bros go to LA city council to speak for house parties

RIP Bruce Brown
The Endless Summer is a CLASSIC
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Henna Tattoo Allergy Leaves Man with Permanent Handlebar Mustache Scar

The night AC/DC stormed CBGB

Security Robot Bullied, Smeared With Feces, Forced Off Of San Francisco Streets https://t.co/v9Nta5G4is

Montclair ice cream shop’s logo stirs up controversy
“A hyper-sexualized, obviously female cow with her ass upended… https://t.co/6qvI33o81L


Internet Arcade https://t.co/luHRxULPgX

Australian man uses Mylar snack bags as Faraday cage to block GPS tracking by employer https://t.co/MIQwpp0y9G

A unified theory for when and why memes die https://t.co/E9hIgz1wzi

Chinese Superman plunged to his death while attempting to do pullups off a skyscraper https://t.co/Zt3I21pUxX

How Email Open Tracking Quietly Took Over the Web

EVERYTHING on the Internet is BULLSHIT! I Made My Shed the Top Rated Restaurant On TripAdvisor https://t.co/ZRnr0EIv82

Don’t Buy Anyone an Echo

AOL Instant Messenger Will Be Discontinued Tomorrow

Domino’s pizza tracker being called into question by ‘app truthers’

Former Facebook Exec: ‘You Don’t Realize It But You Are Being Programmed’
‘The short-term, dopamine-driven feedback… https://t.co/DhM7LUr27y

Privacy battle brewing: Are LinkNYC kiosks surveillance devices? https://t.co/PwGNwacnMo

The Man Who ‘Threw Away’ Bitcoin Now Has Over 100 Million Reasons To Dig Up Landfill Site https://t.co/l7lra4zqrL

When a Magician’s Curse Swung Boxing’s Biggest Bout

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Unleash The Dragon


Females More Sensitive To Cannabis; Males Get Munchies

Psychedelics Are Ready for a Comeback

12 Songs You Can Eat Ass To

Cola-Flavored Genitals, and Other Potential Uses for Microbiome Hacking

Just HALF of women can locate the vagina on a diagram of the female reproductive system

Sagging Pants And The Long History Of ‘Dangerous’ Street Fashion

Man Suing Baltimore Police for Sodomizing Him on a Public Sidewalk
Cavity search in full view of passersby

TSA Scanners That Saw You Naked Can Be Tricked to Miss Guns, Bombs

Woman Charged With Felony Hate Crime For Calling Nypd ‘Nazis’ In Anti-Cop Graffiti

Man Sold Fake Crack Cocaine To An Undercover Agent That Was A Crushed Up Pop Tart

Philadelphia Parents Has Home Seized By Greedy Authorities After Son’s $40 Heroin Bust

Obama’s Horns #Antichrist


23 year old Chinese medical student died of heart attack as he looked at ‘sexy magazine’ in sperm bank

Woman Of 24 Found To Have No Cerebellum In Her Brain

America Consumes 80 Percent Of All Prescription Painkillers Sold Globally

Warning to War Supporters

Sexual assault is alarmingly common in the U.S. military, and more than half of the victims are men

‘Kid Nation’: Looking Back on TV’s Most Disturbing Reality Show

How Collecting Opium Antiques Turned Me Into an Opium Addict

Used Diaper-Grown Mushrooms

New Deep-Sea Animal Species Look Like Mushrooms but Defy Classification

Mysterious Phony Cell Towers Could Be Intercepting Your Calls

It’s Official: Suing Over Graffiti Is Fashionable

Solid Light: Researchers at Princeton University have begun crystallizing light

Vancouver Removes Devil Statue With Erect Penis


Satanists Sell Out Controversial Oklahoma ‘Black Mass’ Event
Will substitute vinegar for actions involving urine

Teen Charged With ‘Desecration Of A Venerated Object’ For Simulating A Blow Job With A Jesus Statue

Illinois Women Charged with Cooking Meth in Church

Woman Charged With Sex Attack On Sleeping Man
Man awoke to BBW riding him

Married Porn Star Sues BangBros Citing Florida’s Antiquated Law Against Adultery

Canadian Government Warns:
American shakedown: Police won’t charge you, but they’ll grab your money

Tree of 40 Fruit

Toxoplasmosis – The Revealing Behavior and Effects of Parasites
Are parasites affecting our free will?

Clever Trout Match Chimps in a Cognitive Challenge

Sea Fort for Sale: Buy a Massive Maritime Mansion in Britain

Male Statutory Rape Victim Forced To Pay Child Support

Clowns Join Fight Against Ebola Virus

Did Jerry Lewis Kill Joan Rivers?

Richard Kiel, Actor Who Played Jaws In Bond Films, Dies At 74 #Grillz #RIP


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Count Dante Black Dragon Fighting Society

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Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on May 15, 2014

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The Deadliest Man Alive

✦ Count Dante – Comic Book Ads ‘Deadliest Man Alive’
During the mid 60s, John Keehan abrubptly changed his name to Count Juan Raphael Dante and began heavily promoting himself via comic book ads as Deadliest Man Alive. One had only to mail order for his instructional booklet The Worlds Deadliest Fighting Secrets (in which he outlined the Dance of Death) and they would also receive a free Black Dragon Fighting Society membership card. The Black Dragon Fighting Society founded by Count Dante is an American martial arts organization and has no connection with and should not be confused with the Japanese Black Dragon Society, an ultranationalist society during the 1930s and 1940s.
✦ Woman Injects ‘Bath Salts,’ Loses Arm To Flesh-Eating Bacteria
Using illicit drugs can cause lots of bad things to happen. But being attacked by flesh-eating bacteria usually isn’t one of them. Yet that’s what happened to an unfortunate young woman who had injected the increasingly popular stimulant drug called “bath salts.” The 34-year-old woman showed up at a New Orleans hospital with a painful, swollen arm after she attended a party. She had a small red puncture mark on her forearm. The doctors diagnosed a skin infection and put her on intravenous antibiotics. Things got better. But two days later, the swelling suddenly returned. At that point, she told them that she had injected the bath salts (not to be confused with real bathing aids) at the party.
✦ EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Survivor of Israeli Attack Reveals Secrets of 1967 High Seas Massacre
“Forty-four years after the fact, I can only come to one conclusion about what happened on June 8, 1967,” said Tourney. “The USS Liberty was set up by the U.S. government to be sunk by the Israeli military so that they could blame it on Egypt. After this attack, two American aircrafts were launched carrying nuclear-tipped missiles in order to bomb Cairo. That city was within three minutes of being obliterated. Without a doubt, it would have started WWIII.”
✦ Thai Man Marries Dead Girlfriend
Deffy and Sarinya had been together for 10 years, before they finally decided to settle down. They had postponed the wedding several times, due to busy schedules and the fact that Deffy wanted to complete his education before he got married. However, after Sarinya’s untimely death, he couldn’t let her go without fulfilling her deepest desire. So, he decided to marry her anyway. On the 4th of January, in Buddhist ceremony, Deffy married the corpse of his girlfriend. The event took place in Surin, a city in northern Thailand. During the ceremony, he expressed his devotion and deep love for Sarinya. Several friends and relatives attended the wedding, and it was even aired on national television in Thailand. The story, along with pictures from the wedding have now become an internet sensation, sparking several debates.
✦ ‘The Senator’ falls, world’s 5th oldest tree destroyed by fire
A fire early Monday has destroyed the 125-foot-tall bald cypress tree known as “The Senator,” the centerpiece of Longwood’s Big Tree Park. “The Senator” was the tallest cypress tree in the United States, and believed to be the oldest of its kind in North America, and the fifth oldest tree in the world. Officials with Seminole Fire Rescue said they do not believe the fire is the result of arson. A passer-by reported the fire around 5:45 a.m. Monday. Crews had to lay over 800 feet of hose just to get to the tree, but Steve Wright, with Seminole County Fire Rescue, said they could not save “The Senator.” The tree was so old and hollow that it burned from the inside out. “We saw some of the helicopter views,” Laura Winfree said. “It looked like a giant torch.” The tree got its name from Sen. Moses Overstreet, who donated the land to Seminole County in 1927. “That tree was older than Jesus,” Winfree said. Within two hours, it burned to the ground.
✦ Woman offered sexual favors in exchange for McNuggets
A Los Angeles woman was arrested after she offered sexual favors in exchange for chicken McNuggets, Burbank police said. Khadijah Baseer of Los Angeles reportedly opened customers’ car doors in the drive-thru of McDonald’s on the 1700 block of Olive Avenue about 11 p.m. Wednesday, asking for free chicken McNuggets in exchange for sexual favors, Officer Joshua Kendrick said.
✦ Beyoncé in white skin row again: Controversial photo shows singer looking several shades lighter than her usual tone
She faced controversy back in 2008 when her skin appeared shades lighter in an advertisement. But it appears Beyoncé – or her producers – have not learned their lesson. A promotional picture has emerged of the pop princess looking much paler than her usual colour.
✦ Bank of America ATMs In San Francisco Turned Into Truth Machines
RAN activists took to the streets of San Francisco last night and turned every Bank of America ATM in the city into an Automated Truth Machine. The activists used special non-adhesive stickers designed to look exactly like BoA’s ATM interface. But instead of checking and savings accounts, these new menus offered a list of everything BoA customers’ money is being used for, including investment in coal-fired power plants, foreclosure on Americans’ homes, bankrolling of climate change, and paying for fat executive bonuses.
✦ Human rights equated with national suicide
On Wednesday, Israel’s High Court rejected a legal challenge to the Citizenship and Entry into Israel Law, by a six to five vote. The law, first passed as a ‘temporary’ measure in 2003 and renewed ever since, prevents Palestinians from the Occupied Territories (and those from ‘enemy states’) from living with their spouses in Israel. For thousands of Palestinian families, Israel’s law means a choice between moving abroad, living apart, or living in Israel illegally. No wonder that the Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI) condemned what it described as a “racist law” for the way it harms “the very texture of the lives of families whose only sin is the Palestinian blood that runs in their veins”.
✦ Hackers in Saudi Arabia disrupt Israel airline, stock market websites
A hacker network that claims to be based in Saudi Arabia paralyzed the websites of Israel’s stock exchange and national airline on Monday, escalating an international cyber war that has jolted this security-obsessed country. Neither website contains sensitive information and trading and flights were not affected. But the ongoing salvos by hackers who use anti-Israel language in their posts has revealed how vulnerable Israel is to cyber warfare, despite its sophisticated computer security units in the military and advanced high-tech sector.
✦ U.S. military spends $363M on weight loss surgery
Free gastric bypass, lap-band, tummy tuck, and other weight-loss related surgeries are fast becoming the “it” thing for military dependents, especially soldiers’ wives.   Using the Freedom of Information Act, KIRO-TV (CBS-Seattle) Investigative Reporter, Chris Halsne, uncovered the never-before known cost to federal tax payers.
✦ Scientists: UN Soldiers Brought Deadly Superbug to Americas
Compelling new scientific evidence suggests United Nations peacekeepers have carried a virulent strain of cholera — a super bug — into the Western Hemisphere for the first time. The vicious form of cholera has already killed 7,000 people in Haiti, where it surfaced in a remote village in October 2010. Leading researchers from Harvard Medical School and elsewhere told ABC News that, despite UN denials, there is now a mountain of evidence suggesting the strain originated in Nepal, and was carried to Haiti by Nepalese soldiers who came to Haiti to serve as UN peacekeepers after the earthquake that ravaged the country on Jan. 12, 2010 — two years ago today. Haiti had never seen a case of cholera until the arrival of the peacekeepers, who allegedly failed to maintain sanitary conditions at their base.
✦ 10 reasons the U.S. is no longer the land of the free
While each new national security power Washington has embraced was controversial when enacted, they are often discussed in isolation. But they don’t operate in isolation. They form a mosaic of powers under which our country could be considered, at least in part, authoritarian. Americans often proclaim our nation as a symbol of freedom to the world while dismissing nations such as Cuba and China as categorically unfree. Yet, objectively, we may be only half right. Those countries do lack basic individual rights such as due process, placing them outside any reasonable definition of “free,” but the United States now has much more in common with such regimes than anyone may like to admit.



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☛ Emo Style Makeover Game
Stupendous beauty game in which you’ll be able to put makeup on a normal, common girl with the latest emo style cosmetics. You’ll be able to combine them with the most daring hairstyles and with the most stylish accessories, such as earrings, piercings, etc.
☛ Steve Jobs Action Figure: Apple Threatens Chinese Toy Maker With Lawsuit
Apple has allegedly threatened to sue Chinese company In Icons over its eerily realistic 12-inch action figure of Steve Jobs, the company’s late founder. The 1:6 scale model, which was said to be distributed by DiD Corp. in late February, comes with the clothes and accessories popularized by Jobs, such as the black faux turtleneck, blue jeans and sneakers. The figurine, which is packaged in a box that looks like Walter Isaacson’s “Steve Jobs” biography cover, also comes with a chair, a “One More Thing…” backdrop, as well as two red apples, including one with a bite in it. To make it extra creepy, the doll’s realistic head sculpt features Jobs’ famous unblinking stare.
☛ 34 Shocking Facts About U.S. Debt That Should Set America On Fire With Anger
We have all been lied to. For decades, the leaders of both major political parties have promised us that they can fix our current system and that they can get our national debt under control. As the 2012 election approaches, they are making all kinds of wild promises once again. Well you know what? It is all a giant sham. The United States has gotten into so much debt that there will be no coming back from this. The current system is irretrievably broken. 30 years ago the U.S. debt was a horrific crisis that was completely and totally out of control. If we would have dealt with it back then maybe we could have done something about it. But now it is 15 times larger, and we are adding more than a trillion dollars to the debt every single year.
☛ Vertu making ‘year of the dragon’ Signature phone…Only $20,733!
☛ Paul Supporter Likely Violated Military Conduct Code
Following a third-place finish in the Iowa caucuses, Ron Paul held a boisterous rally, featuring a speech from Army Corporal Jesse Thorsen. Thorsen, who was in uniform, voiced impassioned support for Paul’s non-interventionist views. “We don’t need to be picking fights overseas,” he said, and pledged to help “make sure this man is the next president of the United States.” It was an understandable sentiment from a soldier who said he had served in the military for 10 years, which included tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. But the appearance likely violated the protocols for service members included in Defense Department Directive 1344.10, which states explicitly that they are not to participate in political rallies as anything more than spectators. And if they do attend a political function, they’re not supposed to do so in uniform.
Arthur Lee Thompson steals police vehicle while high on crack [Video]
☛ Islam Critical Black Metal music nominated for Norwegian Grammy
Metal band Taake is nominated for the Norwegian Grammys in the category for best metal album for the album “Norway’s weapons,” which came out this fall. Besides the line of text devoted to “Moslems”, include “those who burn our flag,” called the swine in the song “Hurricane.” The text also says that hard to be against hard: “Now wake up soon Norway.”
☛ Swank sushi: Tuna fetches record $736K
A bluefin tuna caught off northeastern Japan fetched a record $736,000, Thursday in the first auction of the year at Tokyo’s Tsukiji fish market. The price translates to $1,238 per pound — also a record, said Yutaka Hasegawa, a Tsukiji market official. Though the fish is undoubtedly high quality, the price has more to do with the celebratory atmosphere that surrounds the first auction of the year.
☛ How fracking might have led to an Ohio earthquake
The link between “fracking”-related activities and earthquakes was thrown into stark relief over the weekend when a magnitude 4.0 quake struck Youngstown, Ohio – typically not a hot bed of noticeable seismic activity. The quake triggered shaking reportedly felt as as far away as Buffalo, N.Y., and Toronto. The temblor struck Dec. 31 and was the latest and strongest of 11 minor-to-light quakes that have hit the region since March. The epicenters are clustered around a wastewater injection well for a hydraulic fracturing operation.
☛ Denver woman accused of attacking $30 million painting
A 36-year-old Denver woman, apparently drunk, leaned against an iconic Clyfford Still painting worth more than $30 million last week, punched it, slid down it and urinated on herself, according to a criminal case filed against Carmen Lucette Tisch. “It doesn’t appear she urinated on the painting or that the urine damaged it, so she’s not being charged with that,” Lynn Kimbrough, a spokeswoman for the Denver district attorney’s office, said Wednesday. “You have to wonder where her friends were.” Tisch is being charged with criminal mischief in the incident that happened at the Clyf ford Still Museum at 3:30 p.m. on Dec. 29. Damage to the painting — “1957-J-No. 2.” — is estimated at $10,000. The painting, which is nearly 9 1/2 feet tall and 13 feet wide, is estimated to be worth between $30 million and $40 million by the museum. Tisch allegedly committed the offense with her pants pulled down, according to the police report, and struck the painting repeatedly with her fist.
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