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✪ French Intravenous Heroin User Contracts Anthrax
A case of anthrax infection has been reported in a user of injectable heroin in France in the Rhone-Alpes, while four other cases, including two deaths, were reported in two other countries in the European Union, it was learned Friday from medical sources. An outbreak of anthrax related to injections of contaminated heroin occurred in 2009/2010, causing the infection of 119 people in Scotland, 5 in England and two in Germany. The infection by the bacterium, _Bacillus anthracis_, was diagnosed in France on July 9 in an intravenous heroin user, aged of 27, who, after a stay in intensive care, is currently convalescing. “He is recovering,” the Director of Public Health ARS-Sydney, Anne-Marie Durand told AFP. “There is [presently - Mod.MHJ] no known link between the four European cases (three in Germany with 1 death and one death in Denmark) and the French case,” she said.
✪ Indifferent cats in amateur porn
They’re watching us but they don’t care at all. Furry observers are being collected here.
✪ Tattoo spell check: Even more tattoo misspells
Misspelled tattoos are the gift that keeps on giving. Here are more of the worst crimes ever made against the skin.
✪ Henry Rollins: The One Decision That Changed My Life Forever
Henry Rollins: I looked at the ice cream scoop in my hand…my chocolate-bespattered apron…and my future in the world of minimum wage work…or I could go up to New York and audition for this crazy band who was my favorite. What’s the worst that’s gonna happen to me? I miss a day of work…ooh, there goes 21 bucks. In the audition, he sang every song the band had ever written, improvising most of the lyrics. Then came the scary part: he got the job. Henry Rollins: They said ‘Ok, you’re in.” I said “What do you mean?” They said “you’re the singer in Black Flag.” I said “So what do I do?” They said: “*snort* you quit your job, you pack your gear, you meet us on the road. Here’s the tour itinerary. Here’s the lyrics.”
✪ “White Power” Toothbrush
✪ F.D.A. Surveillance of Scientists Spread to Outside Critics
A wide-ranging surveillance operation by the Food and Drug Administration against a group of its own scientists used an enemies list of sorts as it secretly captured thousands of e-mails that the disgruntled scientists sent privately to members of Congress, lawyers, labor officials, journalists and even President Obama, previously undisclosed records show.
✪ Women could delay the menopause indefinitely with ovary transplant: doctors
A technique to remove pieces of ovary, store it for decades and then replace it with delicate surgery could effectively put a woman’s menopause ‘on ice’, doctors said. The only thing preventing them from having babies into their old age would be their physical ability to carry a pregnancy, they said. The controversial notion would allow career women peace of mind with a fertility insurance policy so they can find a partner, settle down and become financially secure before starting a family.
✪ One Mighty and Strong: Mormon Prophecy and Mitt Romney
Prior to his death, Smith had written a prophecy declaring that there would one day come a man “mighty and strong” (see scriptural reference at the top of this post) who would bring order to the “house of God”. Many (probably Joseph included) thought this mighty and strong man would be Smith himself. With the loss of their Prophet, Mormons struggled to understand who would fill those mighty shoes. After Smith’s death, a Mormon tradition arose about a Mormon on a “white horse” who would come at a time when the Constitution was “hanging by a thread” and would restore the promised land to the Mormon people.
✪ Can I get my dog circumcised?
I just got a new dog from the human society, and I was wondering if it was possible to get him circumcised?
✪ Fashion for tight jeans is increasing testicular problems among men
”My advice would be to make sure you leave plenty of room around the groin area and that your pants and trousers feel comfortable so you’re not being restricted in any way. ”Men who wear tight or ill-fitting trousers, or underwear which is restrictive around the groin area could be damaging their health. ”Wearing tight-fitting clothing over a prolonged period of time can lead to urinary tract infections leading to over-activity of the bladder – a type of bladder weakness as well as a low sperm count and fungal infections. ”Please don’t put style before health.” Twisted testicles occur when tight trousers prevent the spermatic cord from moving freely, meaning it twists and leads to testicular torsion which cuts off the blood supply requiring immediate surgery to prevent a gangrenous testicle.
✪ That’s Not My Phone, It’s My Tracker
THE device in your purse or jeans that you think is a cellphone — guess again. It is a tracking device that happens to make calls. Let’s stop calling them phones. They are trackers.
✪ Almost All Homeland Security Grants Go to Jewish Non-Profits
Jewish institutions throughout the United States will receive $9.7 million in federal anti-terrorism grants this year out of a total of $10 million allocated to not-for-profit institutions by the Department of Homeland Security. That’s $6 million less than last year. But thanks to sharp cuts this year in the overall pool of money available through this program, the percentage of funds going to Jewish groups has nevertheless jumped substantially. A full 97% of the available funds in the Non-Profit Security Grant Program for 2012 have been allocated to Jewish organizations, compared with 73% that went to Jewish groups from 2007 through 2010. In 2011, Jewish groups received about 80% of NSGP funds.
✪ Woman Charged With Lewd Acts With Minor In Tanning Booth
The boy told investigators it began when Brashear asked him to spot her on the weights, then talked him into going into the tanning booth with her. Once inside, Brashear stripped off her clothes from the waist down and began kissing him, he said. Brashear stated to police she knew the boy was only 15, “there was nothing wrong or illegal about giving someone a kiss” and denied taking off her clothes, the affidavit says.
✪ Tanning-bed videographer, Doyce Dean Griffis, gets 17 1/2 years in prison
From February 2000 to April 2011, Griffis operated a tanning bed in a barn on his property at 2261 SE 128th St. in Starke. Customers would pay to use the bed by putting money in a slot. The bed had a two-way mirror, according to the government, and Griffis made a hole in an vent near the foot of the bed. Through the mirror and hole, he recorded customers as they undressed and got in and out of the tanning bed. His victims were “dozens of female customers, including more than 20 minor children,” the news release states. “Griffis produced, collected, and maintained the sexually explicit video recordings … for his own sexual gratification, and kept detailed notes on the types of physical and sexual characteristics of his customers.”
✪ Dog X-ray used in arrest of doctor in prescription probe
The undercover sheriff’s deputy pretending to be a patient in pain presented a Glendora physician with an X-ray to accompany her tale of an injured back and neck. The only problem was the X-ray revealed a “tail” of a different kind — one belonging to a dog. Though the X-ray for a German shepherd had the dog’s name, Recon, and the name of an animal hospital printed on it, the doctor wrote the deputy a prescription for a powerful narcotic painkiller and a muscle relaxant, law enforcement officials said.
✪ Jerry Sandusky ‘serenaded’ with Pink Floyd lyrics by prison inmates
An inmate who identified himself only as “Josh” told The Daily that the last time Sandusky was in jail, he and other prisoners serenaded the former assistant coach with a famous line from Pink Floyd’s “The Wall.” “At night, we were singing ‘Hey, teacher, leave those kids alone,’ ” Josh said.
✪ Defiance home yields rare stash of vintage baseball cards
But one item made him stop. Frozen in time beneath a wooden doll house and a century’s worth of dust, Mr. Kissner found a cardboard green box filled with baseball cards. The names sounded familiar — Honus Wagner, Ty Cobb, Cy Young, Connie Mack — and he soon contacted an auction house in Dallas. It was his family’s winning lottery ticket. Experts say the trove of about 700 nearly mint cards just might represent the greatest and rarest discovery in the sports card industry’s history. The best of the collection is expected to fetch more than $500,000 at the National Sports Collectors Convention next month in Baltimore while the entire stock could bring in $3 million.
✪ Criminals steal $400 gold chain off neck of 3-year-old boy sitting in his stroller in Brooklyn
He and his thug pal had stalked the family back to their home from the laundry, where Guerrero had just finished her weekly wash. “They were eye-balling them — and the chain,” said one police source. The duo attacked as the family got inside the lobby of their building, kicking in the door after the desperate mother had locked it. After neighbors started coming out of their apartments at the sound of the mother’s screams, the crooks fled with the necklace.
✪ Naked man caught masturbating while driving
The tow truck driver told investigators he saw a naked man masturbating while driving the Cherokee. “The male’s hands were in his groin area moving around,” the police report said. When Casey was eventually pulled over along the side of Interstate 95, it took him a moment to come to a stop because, according to the arresting officer’s notes in the report, he was still trying to get dressed. When the officer asked him why he was driving naked, “Casey stated that he has problems with this and he is getting therapy,” the report said, adding that the man couldn’t explain why he was naked. The officer then patted Casey down and found a toy pistol tied to his leg, part of which was hidden in Casey’s behind. Another portion of the contraption was tied around his genitals, the report said.
✪ Hasan Bin Sabbah and the Secret Order of Hashishins
Nothing is True, Everything is Permissible. – Hasan bin Sabbah The story of Hasan bin Sabbah is a tale of sex, drugs, myth, and murder. A secluded mountain fortress, a paradisial garden, poison dipped daggers, and covert political maneuverings are the ingredients of this alchemical mixture, which is undoubtedly one of the most intriguing true stories ever told.
✪ Scientist: Pushing OxyContin addicts to heroin reveals ‘utter failure’ of drug war
“We spend billions and billions trying to interdict the importation [of drugs] into the country, trying to interdict the wholesale and retail of drugs, but when’s the last time someone saw a major public service announcement saying, ‘If you have opiate dependence, there’s treatment available, call this number’?” he asked.
✪ Transgender motel housekeeper touched boy’s genitals
According to the report, the victim heard Olmos say “room service” outside of their roomand the victim told her to “come in.” Olmos asked if they had any dirty towels and if the victim was alone, which he was, according to the police report. Olmos then asked “Can I touch?” The victim responded, “touch what?” Police said Olmos then grabbed the victim’s genitals on the outside of his shorts and said “you hot.” The victim then responded “you’re weird” and walked to the bathroom, waiting for Olmos to leave, according to the report.
✪ Police probe museum theft of teeth from Strauss and Brahms
The teeth of two of the world’s most famous composers have been stolen from their graves by a man who says he wants to start a museum. The alleged Czech thief who has boasted about his crime on the internet says he wants to now display the famous teeth and dentures he has robbed not just from Austrian waltz king Johann Strauss Jr. and German Romantic composer Johannes Brahms, but from hundreds of other graves as well. Austrian police were alerted to the crime after the grave robber released a video where he can be seen apparently pushing the cover to one of the composer’s tomb open – and pulling out a skull.
✪ Chicken coop case: Teen allegedly wore a shock collar
New details were revealed to WTVM about an adopted teenager who was allegedly kept in a chicken coop in Taylor County, GA. According to agents at the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, the 15-year-old girl told authorities a shock collar for dogs was placed around her neck and used on her several times. Investigators say a remote key fob was used to shock the girl at will by anyone in control of the collar.
✪ NSA whistleblower: They’re assembling information on every U.S. citizen
Binney, who resigned from the NSA in 2001 over its domestic surveillance program, had just delivered a keynote speech in which he revealed what Shively called “evidence which we have not seen until this point.” “They’re pulling together all the data about virtually every U.S. citizen in the country … and assembling that information,” Binney explained. “So government is accumulating that kind of information about every individual person and it’s a very dangerous process.” He estimated that something like 1.6 billion logs have been processed since 2001.
✪ Reformulated Drug Sends Users Elsewhere
“Abuse-deterrent formulations may not be the ‘magic bullets’ that many hoped they would be in solving the growing problem of opioid abuse,” the researchers wrote in the July 12 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.
✪ Angry dad beats up facebook pervert
It began recently when the Cookeville man noticed that his 12-year-old daughter was receiving Facebook messages from an adult man he does not know. He asked his daughter about the messages and she did not know the man either. The father looked up the messenger’s Facebook page and there found his date of birth and phone number. He then decided to send messages to the Monterey man while posing as his own daughter. He sent text messages by phone to the man, and the man messaged back, thinking he was communicating with the little girl. Allegedly, he asked to see a photo of her in a swim suit. He also agreed to meet her at Cane Creek Park. But once he arrived there, it was her dad who met him, and he was very angry, according to police reports on the case. Before police arrived on the scene, the two men had a fight, and the Monterey man, who was bleeding, immediately told arriving officers that he deserved it.
✪ The Increased Criminalization of Dissent
While law enforcement and the government would like citizens to believe measures such as these are their way of catching up with the rapid pace of evolving technology in regards to criminal behavior, something more sinister could be at work. Given the interest the Department of Homeland Security has had in Occupy movements around the country as well as some of the more draconian police tactics that have been used on demonstrators, the increased surveillance of internet users and the content they choose to share via social networking, mobile devices or the web, it’s not difficult to call these information requests police state type tactics.
✪ Quadcopter drone group held in London airport on suspicion of terrorism
Fresh from performing at Science Gallery in Dublin last night during the opening of Hack the City, an English group of urbanists, technologists and architects who created GPS-enabled quadcopter drones, were held at London Southend Airport on suspicion of terrorism and recorded under the UK’s Terrorism Act. The group, known as Tomorrows Thoughts Today, had been performing their Electronic Countermeasures robotic ballet in the sky show at Science Gallery for the opening of the three-month Hack the City exhibition in Dublin City. The trio, headed up by Liam Young, had created the robotic drones from components that were originally intended for police surveillance. The drones had been swarming around Science Gallery last night to show how they can broadcast their own Wi-Fi network as a flying pirate file-sharing formation.
✪ Air Pump Stuck Into Chinese Child’s Anus as Prank Goes Wrong
Just went to the hospital to visit Du Chuanwang. This 13-year-old mother-less child had gone to work in an auto repair shop to help take care of his family ended up having a high pressure pneumatic air pump gun stuck into his anus by two workers who then pumped air into him! The child’s intestines have essentially exploded, his scrotum now as large as a watermelon! His internal organs have all been squeezed together by the air pumped into his body, so horrific!
✪ US “Six Strikes” Anti-Piracy Scheme Will Roll Out Gradually
More than a year after the MPAA and RIAA announced their groundbreaking anti-piracy deal with U.S. Internet providers, the first warning letters are yet to be sent out. Previously, July 2012 was coined as the start date but the responsible parties are still not ready to launch. While TorrentFreak has learned that various ISPs will start the implementation at different times, it remains a mystery which company will be spying on filesharers. casSomewhere in the near future the Center for Copyright Information (CCI) will start to track down online ‘pirates’ as part of an agreement all major US Internet providers struck with the MPAA and RIAA. The parties agreed on a system through which copyright infringers are warned that their behavior is unacceptable. After five or six warnings ISPs may then take a variety of repressive measures, including temporary disconnections.
✪ Team USA To Be Decked Out in Uniforms Made in China
They are the pride of America – Team U.S.A. – and for the opening ceremonies of the Summer Olympics in London, they’ll be proudly wearing red, white and blue, from beret to blazer. The classic American style – shown in an image above – was crafted by designer Ralph Lauren. But just how American is it? When ABC News looked at the labels, it found “made in China.” Every item in the uniforms that the U.S. athletes will be wearing at the opening ceremony in London will carry an overseas label.
✪ Agenda 21 Micro-Apartment Scheme Being Beta-Tested in NYC
The globalist design for micro-apartments is being championed by New York’s Mayor Michael Bloomberg. These “studio and one-bedroom apartments” will be no bigger than 275 to 300 sq ft. These tiny living spaces are smaller than currently allowed by building regulations, according to a statement by Bloomberg’s office; however the zoning regulations will be waived in over to construct the first of many compact pack ‘em and stack ‘em housing model in the city-owned area of Kips Bay.
✪ Octopus with Human Head Caught in Indonesia
A weird octopus with human head and female face caught by a fisherman in Padang, Indonesia. After showing the nature freak to the public and its pictures to be taken , he brought it home along with other octopus and squids to be cooked by his wife.
✪ In Simulation, Moon Dust Found to Be Toxic to Humans
Because we don’t spend a large chunk of time up there, we haven’t done too much research on the long-term health effects of living on the moon. But a paper titled “Toxicity of Lunar Dust,” covering several aspects of the effects of moon dust on the human body, offers some insight: the moon is basically trying to kill you. Not actively, of course, but there are a lot of reasons to avoid the stuff (and no, a spacesuit isn’t going to save you). The big problem is inhalation; even with a suit, dust can end up back in suit-free living spaces. Then the dust can travel inside travelers’ lungs, causing inflammation and possibly, asbestos-style, even increasing the risk of developing cancer. The particles might be able to travel through the lungs more easily in the lower gravity environment, and exposure to UV and proton radiation could make the dust even more toxic.
✪ Marketers Track Retinas to Find What Draws Consumers
To find out what really draws their test shoppers’ attention, companies like Procter & Gamble Co., Unilever PLC and Kimberly-Clark Corp. are combining three-dimensional computer simulations of product designs and store layouts with eye-tracking technology. And that, in turn, is helping them roll out new products faster and come up with designs and shelf layouts that boost sales.
✪ Quite Likely the Worst Job Ever
Mayhew called them “sewer hunters” or “toshers,” and the latter term has come to define the breed, though it actually had a rather wider application in Victorian times–the toshers sometimes worked the shoreline of the Thames rather than the sewers, and also waited at rubbish dumps when the contents of damaged houses were being burned and then sifted through the ashes for any items of value. They were mostly celebrated, nonetheless, for the living that the sewers gave them, which was enough to support a tribe of around 200 men–each of them known only by his nickname: Lanky Bill, Long Tom, One-eyed George, Short-armed Jack. The toshers earned a decent living; according to Mayhew’s informants, an average of six shillings a day–an amount equivalent to about $50 today.
✪ Bravery and drone pilots
The effort to depict drone warfare as some sort of courageous and noble act is intensifying: The Pentagon is considering awarding a Distinguished Warfare Medal to drone pilots who work on military bases often far removed from the battlefield. . . . [Army Institute of Heraldry chief Charles] Mugno said most combat decorations require “boots on the ground” in a combat zone, but he noted that “emerging technologies” such as drones and cyber combat missions are now handled by troops far removed from combat.
✪ Student victim of terrorist photo blunder
A German man opened the paper one morning to find a photo of himself identified as a wanted terrorist, in what seemed like a thriller plot turned into sinister reality. He still does not know who took the picture of him.
✪ FYI: How Can I Protect My Cell Phone Data Records From Law Enforcement Subpoenas?
When it came to light that law enforcement has issued millions of annual requests/demands to the wireless carriers (AT&T;, Verizon, etc) to hand over user data, we all got a little concerned. Our carriers know everything about us, and according to findings by Rep. Markey (D-MA), “Information shared with law enforcement includes data such as geolocation information, content of text messages, wiretaps, among others.” But! We have weapons. Here are some tricks to help protect your privacy.
✪ ArtWalk Riot: Police vs Protesters over Sidewalk Chalk [Video]
The LAPD takes sidewalk chalk very seriously. Seriously enough to send 140 riot police to forcibly stop an Occupy LA group from drawing on the sidewalk during LA Artwalk. You can see eyewitness video below. 19 people were arrested after the police attacked the Chalk Walk demonstration with batons, rubber bullets, and tear gas.
✪ In Germany, Ruling Over Circumcision Sows Anxiety and Confusion
“The often very aggressive prejudice against religion as backward, irrational and opposed to science is increasingly defining popular opinion,” said Michael Bongardt, a professor of ethics from Berlin’s Free University who added that the ruling reflected a profound lack of understanding in modern Germany for religious belief.
✪ Sears now adds bestiality to its website
Explained AFA, “But that’s not the worst of it. Sears also sells books on bestiality and zoophilia. Titled ‘Dearest Pet, On Bestiality’ and “Bestiality and Zoophilia: Sexual Relations with Animals,’ these books are ‘how to’ manuals for people who want to have sex with animals.”
✪ Israel’s ‘Highless’ Marijuana & the CBD vs. THC Conundrum
The Israeli company responsible for developing Avidekel (pictured above), Tikun Olam, is not the first to breed a strain of cannabis that contains almost no THC at all. In 2005, GW Pharmaceuticals (creator of Sativex) grew “virtually mono-cannabinoidic plants that produce high percentages of these target cannabinoids: THC, CBD, THC-V, CBC, CBD-V, CBG or CBN.” Project CBD tested 17 different mothers of Cannatonic – a strain famous for its high CBD levels. Cannatonic #6 was high in CBD with hardly any THC, whereas the other plants were high in THC and low in CBD or high in both. Perhaps the great variety of results from different plants was because the Cannatonic strain is unstable, or perhaps people were getting different results from different growing conditions.
✪ Woman tells police man sucked her toe at Grovetown Walmart
The 18-year-old said she was shopping when a man, who looked to be in his late 30s or early 40s, walked up and asked if her toenails were painted, according to a Columbia County Sheriff’s Office incident report. After replying yes and questioning why he wanted to know, the woman was asked if she’d watched America’s Funniest Home Videos. The man told her he was with the TV show and if she complied with his requests, everything she purchased that day would be free. She said she reluctantly agreed to let him take a photo of her foot. He asked if he could kiss her foot as part of the prank and she agreed. The man guided her to an area behind a clothing rack, dropped to the floor, grabbed her ankle and told her, “Don’t worry. I don’t bite.” He then started sucking on her big toe. The woman said she screamed at him to stop. Before the man ran from the store, he told her, “It tasted so good, though.” Thanks Jasmine
✪ Madonna Hit With Lawsuit Over ‘Vogue’ Sample
A Delaware company has hit Madonna and her label WB Records with a lawsuit claiming the pop star stole portions of one of their songs for her hit 1990 hit “Vogue,” reports E!. Pointing to a song called “Love Break,” released around 1977, VMG claims, “The portions of ‘Love Break,’ which have been copied into ‘Vogue’ and all its various ‘mixes,’ ‘remixes,’ videos, YouTube versions, etc., are numerous but intentionally hidden. The horn and strings in ‘Vogue’ are intentionally sampled from ‘Love Break’ throughout.” The company also says music producer Richard “Shep” Pettibone facilitated the process by altering the samples after he was originally hired by VMG to remix “Love Break,” later working on “Vogue.” “The unauthorized sampling was deliberately hidden by [Madonna] within ‘Vogue’ so as to avoid detection. It was only when VMG specifically looked for the sample, with the technology available to it in 2011, that the sampling could be confirmed,” VMG said.
✪ Bronx clothing designer says Jay-Z owes him $7 million in unpaid royalties for creating Roc-A-Fella’s label logo
A Bronx clothing designer says superstar Jay-Z and his former Roc-A-Fella record label partners owe him $7 million in unpaid royalties for designing the label logo, one of the best known symbols in rap music. In a copyright infringement suit filed in Manhattan Federal Court on Thursday, Dwayne Walker says he created the design. “The logo has become universally recognized as an iconic symbol of Jay-Z, one of the most successful recording artists in the history of popular music,” the suit says. It says Walker came up with the logo in 1995 when Roc-A-Fella was just starting out. The label is now a subsidiary of Universal Music Group.
✪ Serial groper tried to use ‘caffeine defense’ to explain assault on teenage girls
A school bus driver who was convicted of assault for groping teens and women says an excessive intake of caffeine drove him to the acts. Kenneth Sands, 51, from Seattle, tried to use what is being called the caffeine defense at his sentencing on Tuesday. Sands had been convicted in Lewis County Superior Court of molesting three high school volleyball players and two women during and after a volleyball game in Onalaska on October 18, 2011. Sands says it was caffeine that had driven him to act out of character and that drinking too much caused a psychotic episode.
✪ Study: The ‘gateway drug’ is alcohol, not marijuana
A study in the August edition of The Journal of School Health finds that the generations old theory of a “gateway drug” effect is in fact accurate for some drug users, but shifts the blame for those addicts’ escalating substance abuse away from marijuana and onto the most pervasive and socially accepted drug in American life: alcohol.
✪ Are Mormon Underwear Magic Between the Sheets?
Unfortunately those who have been fantasizing about a romp in which layers of white cotton create the perfect sense of mystery (or bondage), exMormons offer few words of encouragement. Discomfort seems to be the predominant theme. I was continuously battling wedgies–often in public; how the people would stare as I would try to wrestle crumpled material out of my crack. Lady DB If you have ever worn the modern ones you should appreciate the distance these have come. When I first got married they came in a one piece get up with a wide neck so you could step into them. The back had a split crotch (not the kind in kinky panties) but this huge wide sloppy split that would separate under your clothes, leaving a draft in your nether region much of the time. The little panel they sew into the ladies special part was so poorly designed that it would roll and twist till you felt like you were skewered by a roll of old toilet paper.
✪ Facebook Monitors Your Chats for Criminal Activity [REPORT]
Facebook and other social platforms are watching users’ chats for criminal activity and notifying police if any suspicious behavior is detected, according to a report. The screening process begins with scanning software that monitors chats for words or phrases that signal something might be amiss, such as an exchange of personal information or vulgar language. The software pays more attention to chats between users who don’t already have a well-established connection on the site and whose profile data indicate something may be wrong, such as a wide age gap. The scanning program is also “smart” — it’s taught to keep an eye out for certain phrases found in the previously obtained chat records from criminals including sexual predators. If the scanning software flags a suspicious chat exchange, it notifies Facebook security employees, who can then determine if police should be notified.
✪ Doctor Tried Bath Salts and Liked It: In Defense of Bath Salts
Pemberton tried it with another doctor and some friends on a Saturday in March of 2010. This is how he described the experience: A few minutes later, we were all sitting around in a euphoric haze, smiling benignly but with an incomprehensible, overwhelming desire to dance. It was nearly impossible to keep still. Then things became very vivid and real and everything everyone said suddenly became very important. Before we knew it we were piling into a cab, laughing and giggling uncontrollably and going to a club. The effects lasted for about another two hours …. I’d love to be able to tell you that I had a hideous time when I took mephedrone but the truth is, I didn’t. It was a lovely feeling and I can completely understand why people would use it.
✪ Nobody seems to find it weird Mitt Romney used to dress up like a police officer and pull people over for fun
Sometimes when I’m lying in bed at night counting sheep and thinking about the day I often wonder about: 1) ponies and 2) the fact that a bigger deal hasn’t been made about the fact Mitt Romney used to dress up like a police officer in college and pull people over. For fun. College is a time in many Americans’ lives when they do stupid shit like smoke too much pot, drink a lot, or have a lot of sex. That’s considered pretty “de rigueur” in college; these are kinks you work out of your system. You then leave said institution to go through the modern world paying your taxes and doing the right thing. But the GOP presidential candidate had a different gig: instead of drinking and smoking like the rest of America (he claims to have had “one sip” of beer and one drag of a cigarette his entire life, a number we don’t dispute), he would remain perfectly sober and put on a police uniform and pull people over.

 

 

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☆ Meth Lab Found In Boaz Walmart Restroom
Of all the things a Walmart janitor comes across, meth labs are probably low on the list. Boaz Police say a maintenance worker cleaning the women’s restroom found pseudoephedrine pills and a plastic water bottle with residue in the bottom. Managers contacted police, who recovered what Chief Terry Davis called a one-pot ‘shake and bake’ type lab. “That kind of blew my mind when I read the report,” Davis said. “We’ve found a lot of shake and bake meth labs in different places but never inside a business.” Police said it takes about 15 to 30 minutes to cook low-quality methamphetamine using this method, and they do not know if the culprit finished the product.
☆ Why Wall Street loves the War on Drugs
The raid on Oaksterdam has just about everyone in local politics engaging in a little head-scratching: What possible reason would the Obama administration have to crack down on medical marijuana in an election year? How does it help the president, who will be facing an unsettled and angry electorate in a still-tough economy, to alienate the pot smoking liberals of the world, who were at one point among his most loyal constituents? What a fucking idiot.
☆ Facebook can cause addiction for poorly educated
According to researchers from the University of Gothenburg, many people log on as soon as they turn on their computers and its turning into a full blown addiction. They also discovered that people in low income groups and the poorly educated are at a greater risk. Of the ~800 million Facebook users, 85% of them log on daily, and at least half of them open Facebook before anything else when getting on the internet. So why does Facebook make people less happy with their lives? It would seem that many people fear that they are not ‘on top of things’ if they do not regularly check the site, and 25% say they fill ‘ill at ease’ if they can’t log in regularly. Users with low income and low education use Facebook more than other groups. Within these groups, users who spend more time on Facebook also report feeling less happy and less content with their lives. This relationship is also present for women, but not for men.
☆ Edwardsville police officer accused of taking secret photos at tanning salon
An Edwardsville police officer was charged on Monday for surreptitiously taking pictures of three women at a Glen Carbon tanning salon. Michael R. Collins was charged with three felony counts of unauthorized video recording. A female customer accused Collins, who was in the next room, of taking pictures with his cellphone over the wall while she prepared to tan, according to the Madison County state’s attorney. The incident happened on Tuesday at Image Sun Tanning Center in the 6600 block of Edwardsville Crossing Drive.
☆ Ex-Santa Fe cop accused of graphic sex talk in squad car
He was supposed to be supervising other cops in the field, but one Santa Fe Police Department sergeant was caught on his own dash cam video having a graphic sexual conversation with himself. 4 On Your Side spent over a month requesting and reviewing dash cam videos taken from former Sgt. Mike Eiskant’s patrol car. One video shows Eiskant’s vehicle pointed toward Cerillos Road in the middle of the day. Audio from the recording depicts moans, then the unmistakable sound of a zipper. Eiskant is alone in his squad car, and it sounds like he may be masturbating while looking at a picture of a naked woman on his cell phone and texting. At one point in the video he says, “Oh show me those big beautiful breasts baby.” The sex talk, recorded in broad daylight goes on for nearly ten more minutes.
☆ Kickbacks and Other Abuses “Rampant” in Drug Testing Industry
A multimillion dollar settlement paid by a Massachusetts drug test laboratory for an illegal kickback scheme is the latest chapter in an industry bedeviled by criminal investigations, lawsuits, finger pointing and ruthless competition. Calloway Laboratories agreed last week to pay $20 million to settle state charges that it defrauded Medicaid with a kickback scheme that included sham companies, fake doctor signatures, and excessive urine tests for drug addicts.
☆ More than 3,500 NY sex offenders have online video-gaming accounts yanked
Under the “operation game over” initiative, manufacturers who operate online video-gaming networks, like the one for “Call of Duty,” have agreed to cross check their customer accounts with the New York state sex offender registry to remove predators trolling game sites. The companies participating include Microsoft, Apple, Sony, Warner Brothers, Disney, Blizzard Entertainment and Electronic Arts. “We must ensure online video game systems do not become a digital playground for predators,” Schneiderman said.
☆ 5-year-old brings heroin for ‘show and tell’
According to Bryant, the boy, a kindergarten student at Barnum School, had come to school carrying Roman’s jacket. When it came time to make his presentation in class, Bryant said the boy opened the jacket and showed off to his classmates 10 small plastic bags, each containing five folds of heroin. He said the teacher quickly grabbed the bags away from the student and notified the principal, who then called police.
☆ Woman sees image of Jesus on the back of a stingray
It’s not as famous as Grilled Cheesus or the Nun Bun, but the image a James Island woman found Friday on the back of a dead cownose ray may be one day. “I just kind of thought it looked like a bearded homeless man,” said Erica Scheldt, 24. “But when I posted pictures on Instagram, one of my friends was like, ‘That’s Jesus.’ And I was like, ‘Oh my God! You’re right!’ ”
☆ The Earth is full
The reason is we have now reached a moment where four words — the earth is full — will define our times. This is not a philosophical statement; this is just science based in physics, chemistry and biology. There are many science-based analyses of this, but they all draw the same conclusion — that we’re living beyond our means. The eminent scientists of the Global Footprint Network, for example, calculate that we need about 1.5 Earths to sustain this economy. In other words, to keep operating at our current level, we need 50% more Earth than we’ve got.
☆ California teen dumps teacher accused of sexually abusing another student
A Northern California teen who made national news when she and her high school teacher moved in together says she has broken off the relationship following allegations that he sexually abused another student. Jordan Powers, 18, told ABC News that when her now former boyfriend, Christopher Hooker, called her from jail she told him, “We’re done.” Hooker, 41, was arrested Friday on suspicion of sexually abusing a different student more than a decade ago. After being booked on one count of oral copulation with a minor, he made a brief court appearance during which a judge entered a not guilty plea on his behalf.
☆ Fdr’s Deadly Secret: FDR and Cocaine
The use of cocaine by FDR for “sinus treatments” is not surprising. We know, from readily available information that from mid-1939, FDR saw McIntire on a daily basis for “sinus treatments”. I believe the only incorrect assumption is that cocaine was being used to treat FDR for chronic sinusitis. Cocaine is a powerful anesthetic and vasoconstrictor and was being used to combat the pain brought on by the constant irritation from therapy. With the goal of affecting a slow cosmetic removal of the cancerous lesion, FDR had innumerable painful procedures over his left eye and in his sinuses, performed by McIntire Between early 1940 and late 1941. Daily use of cocaine obviously leads to addiction, ceasing use, brings about a”rebound” phenomenon, a nasal swelling and intense congestion begging for more cocaine. Mcintire had no problem obtaining cocaine for medical use.
☆ Mexican town celebrates Easter with ‘burning of the Jews’
A newspaper in Mexico is detailing Sunday’s “burning of the Jews,” an annual tradition in Coita, a small town in the state of Chiapas. As part of the custom, locals spend the middle of their Holy Week making Jewish effigies — a reference to Judas Iscariot, the disciple who betrayed Jesus before his crucifixion. The fake Jews are then displayed for three days in different parts of the town, serving as an example of poor conduct. They’re ultimately paraded through the streets on Easter Sunday, with local children assigned to stand in front of them and collect money for flammable materials.
☆ Ex-New York woman charged with faking cancer for wedding
Authorities say a former New York woman pretended to have terminal cancer so she could have lavish wedding reception and honeymoon. The Times Herald-Record reports an Orange County Grand jury has indicted 25-year-old Jessica Vega, a former Montgomery resident, with grand larceny and scheme to defraud. According to the indictment, Vega accepted thousands of dollars in donated services and goods after claiming in 2010 that she was dying of leukemia. The newspaper ran a story on Vega’s wedding wish. She married Michael O’Connell in May 2010 and the couple spent their honeymoon in Aruba. Four months later, O’Connell told the newspaper that Vega was faking the illness.
☆ Age 25 – Entire Cycle | Beautiful Cervix Project
This 25 year old woman has never given birth and has no history of STIs. Each photo was taken at approximately 10:00 pm every day starting the first day of her menstrual cycle. For the duration of this project, she used condoms as her birth control method so as not to introduce semenal fluid into the photoshoot. She did not use tampons or mooncups during her menstruation either. This cycle is of normal/average length for her, about 33 days. Her cycle’s follicular phase (variable number of days preovulation) lasts until about day 20 or 21. Her fertile phase lasts from days 13 to 21 with ovulation on day 20. Her luteal (postovulation) phase is 13 days long (12-16 days is the norm and is not variable in a normal cycle).
☆ Free Speech/Protesting Is Now A Felony Punishable By Jail
The Declaration of Independence recognizes all three freedoms as stemming from our humanity. So, what happens if you can speak freely, but the government officials at whom your speech is aimed refuse to hear you? And what happens if your right to associate and to petition the government is confined to areas where those of like mind and the government are not present? This is coming to a street corner near you.
☆ 19 Things That The Talking Heads On Television Are Being Strangely Silent About
Unfortunately, most Americans seem perfectly content with the “infotainment” that they are getting from the major news networks, so major changes to the mainstream media are not likely to happen any time soon. For those wanting something different, you will have to seek out alternative sources of news (such as this website) that are willing to discuss the truly earth shattering events that are continually taking place all over the globe. So what are some of the things that the mainstream media has been ignoring? The following are 19 things that the talking heads on television have been strangely silent about….
☆ British man allegedly fathered up to 600 children through sperm bank donations
New DNA tests suggest the owner of a British fertility clinic may have fathered as many as 600 children, while keeping his donations a secret. And in an even stranger twist, one of his newly discovered offspring says the man’s belief in eugenics may have been behind the decision.
☆ Standing near women now a sex crime in DC
Just look at those perverts, engaging in the age old pervy tradition of rubbing stomachs on boobs and getting off in public with hot elbow-to-elbow action. Or, you know, look at those two guys just trying to get to school, or get home from work, and who are probably as upset about the train being crowded as you are. Yes, groping people on the train is bad, criminal even. But you know what else is bad? Portraying men as sexual predators simply because they boarded a crowded train and someone near them is a woman.
☆ 30-year-old Alleged Child Porn Producer Replaces Bin Laden On FBI’s ‘Most Wanted’ List
A 30-year-old former school teacher who allegedly produced child pornography has replaced former Al Qaeda chief Usama bin Laden on the FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list.
☆ SATANISM IN HOLLYWOOD | KENNETH ANGER’S GOLDEN AGE OF OCCULT 1969
There is something largely missing from popular cinema and music these days, and that’s Satan. I might be sounding old-fashioned – but Satanism had some style. While 1969 turned many things bad – Hells Angels, heroin, peyote, Charles Manson, Dick Van Dyke – Kenneth Anger’s pact with the devil was reaping psychedelic fruit. Anger was a powerful force. His grasp of the symbolic – reckoned with the Satanic creed of ‘Do What Thou Wilt’ – alchemised into works such as Scorpio Rising and Invocation of My Demon Brother, and dealt the decade a final score. And along the way he also scared some people. In fact, his “awesomely evil 11-minute masterpiece” Invocation – starring himself, Anton LaVey (the High Priest of the Church of Satan), Charles Manson sidekick Bobby Beausoleil (later to serve life imprisonment with Manson for first degree murder), and featuring documentary footage from a satanic cat funeral, a ceremonial skull smoking session, a mummified psychic and a synthesized Moog soundtrack
☆ Drug death at Blaine party draws 10 years
Showing no emotion, LaMere, 22, spoke briefly about how he ordered the substance online but didn’t know it was illegal. Handing out what turned out to be the drug 2C-E at the party, he saw Trevor Robinson, 19, snort it and “start to have a bad experience.” Sometime later, LaMere said, “I was in an ambulance, and Trevor ended up dying.” Ten others who took the drug became ill and were hospitalized. LaMere was charged with felony third-degree murder last March. The high-profile case prompted heightened awareness about the dangers of synthetic drugs, which are easily bought off the Internet with buyers never knowing exactly what they’re getting. It also provoked a highly unusual letter from the top levels of federal prosecution that put pressure on local prosecutors to seek a tough sentence.
☆ Cannabis Vending Machine
Vending machines normally cure the munchies with shelves laden with chips and chocolates, but one being trialled in West Auckland may well cause them. New Zealand’s first cannabis club, the Daktory, has been using the machine – which sells one gram bags of cannabis for $20 – at it’s New Lynn headquarters to avoid any of their members being charged with dealing the Class C drug. The hired vending machine is a standard dispenser but has been filled with cannabis rather than confectionery or toys.
☆ Man growing marijuana turns himself in ‘to do the right thing’
A Treasure Coast man walked into the Port St. Lucie Police Department on Monday carrying marijuana plants and seeds, saying “he wanted to turn himself in to do the right thing,” according to an arrest report. Port St. Lucie police said Michael Cabral entered the station carrying 12 marijuana plants, seeds and drug paraphernalia.
☆ Painkiller Opana, new scourge of rural America
Prescription drug abuse is the new scourge of rural America. It now leads to more deaths in the United States than heroin and cocaine combined, and rural residents are nearly twice as likely to overdose on pills than people in big cities, according to the Centers for Disease Control. While methamphetamine addiction has long been associated with small towns, prescription painkillers have overtaken meth as the most abused drugs in places such as southern Indiana, according to local authorities. Opana is the hot new prescription drug of abuse, sometimes with tragic consequences.
☆ Chinese Farmers Become Gigolos To Pay for Online Gaming Addiction
Motivated by a desire to make easy money, many of these SGF head into the city, but because they are uneducated, they turn to a life of prostitution. While prostitution has bought considerable income to some, sometimes they might even make 3000 RMB ($476 US) a month, the frequency of “pick-ups” and an addiction to online games, has made this occupation taxing upon the body.
☆ World’s largest Christian TV channel ‘funds owners’ exorbitant lifestyle’
It also describes the purchase of “multiple motor vehicles, including a $100,000 motor home purchased by Trinity Broadcasting as a mobile residence for director Janice Crouch’s dogs”. Directors of the network are also accused of misusing funds to cover up sex scandals, including the alleged “cover-up and destruction of evidence concerning a bloody sexual assault involving Trinity Broadcasting and affiliated Holy Land Experience employees; the cover-up of director Janice Crouch’s affair with a staff member at the Holy Land Experience; the cover-up of director Paul Crouch’s use of Trinity Broadcasting funds to pay for a legal settlement with Enoch Lonnie Ford (a former TBN employee who said he had a homosexual affair with [founder] Paul Crouch)”.
☆ Parents in shock as priest displays gay porn images
A PRIEST has denied knowing how gay porn images appeared on a screen during a presentation he was giving to parents of children preparing for First Communion. Fr Martin McVeigh was setting up the PowerPoint display when the explicit sex scenes flashed up on the screen. He was about to give a talk to the parents of First Communicants but abandoned the presentation after the pornographic images appeared. One of those present said the pictures appeared on the screen after the priest put a USB memory stick into the computer at St Mary’s School in Pomeroy, Co Tyrone. “There were plenty of shocked faces. There’s a lot of parents very angry about it.”
☆ The Results From Our Nationwide Cell Phone Tracking Records Requests
Given the intimate nature of location information, the government should have to obtain a warrant based upon probable cause to track cell phones. That is what is necessary to protect Americans’ privacy, and it is also what is required under the constitution. But is that what the police do? The answer is it depends. Law enforcement agencies’ tracking policies are in a state of chaos, with different towns following different rules — or in some cases, having no rules at all.
☆ Sperm-hunting women prowl Zimbabwe highways
Susan Dhliwayo was stunned when she pulled her car over recently to pick up a group of male hitchhikers and they refused to get in. The reason? They feared being raped. Sensational reports of gangs of beautiful women picking up male travellers to have sex and harvest their sperm in condoms have gripped Zimbabwe in a dizzying mix of taboos, rituals and the downright bizarre. “Now, men fear women. They said: ‘we can’t go with you because we don’t trust you’,” 19-year-old Dhliwayo recounted. Local media have reported victims of the highway prowlers being drugged, subdued at gun or knife point — even with a live snake in one case — given a sexual stimulant and forced into repeated sex before being dumped on the roadside. The sperm hunters first surfaced in the local press in 2009 but police have only arrested three women, found with a plastic bag of 31 used condoms in October. The attacks have continued since they were nabbed for allegedly violating 17 men.
☆ US government: We hear there’s child porn on those Megaupload servers, judge!
Megaupload wants the servers back to help with its defense, but with most of its assets seized by the federal government, it can’t pay for them. Carpathia would normally wipe the servers and lease them to new clients, but the Electronic Frontier Foundation is demanding that legitimate users of the site be allowed to retrieve their personal data first. The Motion Picture Association of America doesn’t want this to happen without assurances that its copyrighted content won’t be retrieved and distributed again; besides, it might want the servers for a future lawsuit of its own. And the federal government yesterday announced that the servers “may contain child pornography,” which would render them “contraband” and limit Carpathia’s options for dealing with them.
☆ Is sugar toxic?
The chances are good that sugar is a bigger part of your daily diet than you may realize which is why our story tonight is so important. New research coming out of some of America’s most respected institutions is starting to find that sugar, the way many people are eating it today, is a toxin and could be a driving force behind some of this country’s leading killers, including heart disease. As a result of these findings, an anti-sugar campaign has sprung up, led by Dr. Robert Lustig, a California endocrinologist, who believes the consumption of added sugars has plunged America into a public health crisis.
☆ Explosive Billy Corgan Interview: The Awakening Has Begun
Infowars.com and Prisonplanet.tv proudly presents Alex Jones’ sit down interview with Billy Corgan, founder of the rock band, “The Smashing Pumpkins”. During this incredible conversation, Alex and Billy discuss the impact social media has on the music business, the role of the musician in society, the ever evolving left-right paradigm, the occupy wall street movement, and the noticeable spiritual awakening that threatens the very core of the globalist agenda.
☆ Ugly New Reputation-Smearing Tactic: Going After A Toddler’s Internet Footprint
Crystal Cox, a Montana woman who calls herself an “investigative journalist” was slapped with a $2.5-million judgment last year for defaming an investment firm and one of its lead partners. Cox had taken control of the Google footprint of Obsidian Finance and its principal Kevin Padrick by writing hundreds of posts about them on dozens of websites she owned, inter-linking them in ways that made them rise up in Google search results; it ruined Obsidian’s business due to prospective clients being put off by the firm’s seemingly terrible online reputation. After Obsidian sued Cox, she contacted them offering her “reputation services;” for $2,500 a month, she could “fix” the firm’s reputation and help promote its business. (In some circles, we call that ”extortion.”)
☆ ‘Annoying, Offending’ Language Online Would Be Crime Under Arizona Bill
Distasteful comments and online insults are a mainstay of many social networks and online comment boards, but a new bill passed in Arizona could send people who “annoy or offend” to jail for up to six months.
☆ ‘Stalker’ app pulled after ‘tool for rapists’ outcry
An iPhone app that in effect allowed users to stalk women nearby using location-based social networking service Foursquare has been pulled from the iTunes app store by its developer after an outcry. The “Girls Around Me” app used publicly available data from the check-in service Foursquare to show where women had checked in nearby. Foursquare then yanked the Girls Around Me app’s access to its data. This, in turn, led to the app’s developer removing it from iTunes as it did not work properly.
☆ Student’s Science Project Shuts Down Dallas Airport
The device was discovered by authorities near the cockpit of Southwest Airlines Flight 157 after arriving from Kansas City shortly before 4PM on Sunday. The device looked like a cell phone attached to a remote control car with some exposed wires protruding. The TSA evacuated gates 3 through 15 as a precautionary measurement against the “deadly” science project. In all, 11 people were detained in connection with the device. The incident caused ongoing flight delays at the Dallas airport, including three that had to be diverted.
☆ Worse than SOPA: CISPA cybersecurity bill will censor the Internet
H.R. 3523, a piece of legislation dubbed the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (or CISPA for short), has been created under the guise of being a necessary implement in America’s war against cyberattacks. But the vague verbiage contained within the pages of the paper could allow Congress to circumvent existing exemptions to online privacy laws and essentially monitor, censor and stop any online communication that it considers disruptive to the government or private parties. Critics have already come after CISPA for the capabilities that it will give to seemingly any federal entity that claims it is threatened by online interactions, but unlike the Stop Online Privacy Act and the Protect IP Acts that were discarded on the Capitol Building floor after incredibly successful online campaigns to crush them, widespread recognition of what the latest would-be law will do has yet to surface to the same degree.
☆ NBC News regrets editing of Trayvon shooting call
The “Today” show’s segment ran as: “Zimmerman: This guy looks like he’s up to no good. He looks black.” The full conversation ran as: “Zimmerman: This guy looks like he’s up to no good. Or he’s on drugs or something. It’s raining and he’s just walking around, looking about. Dispatcher: OK, and this guy – is he black, white or Hispanic? Zimmerman: He looks black.” NBC News is owned by NBC Universal, a unit of Comcast Corp.
☆ Israel at forefront of testing medical marijuana
Israel’s health ministry says the country now has the world’s highest per capita rate of medical marijuana use. Around 9,000 Israelis with serious injuries or illness have access to prescription cannabis and doctors there are learning more about the benefits of the plant, that go beyond pain relief.
☆ Live Go-Go In The 80′s/90′s
Earlier this week, I came across some amazing live go-go videos from the late 80′s and early 90′s on YouTube. Growing up near D.C. (I lived an hour away), I can remember as a kid on one particular occasion seeing a flurry of kids in go-go bands playing on every corner, homemade junk percussion in tow and some insanely intense, rich grooves. It’s the sub-genre’s distinctive rhythms that drive the music into something focused almost purely on the percussive interplay and call-and-response participation; describing the sound is difficult to put into words, but once you hear it, you know what go-go is.
☆ Crazy Dyed Cats (I Smell Photoshop)
Restyling of the cat. Coloring or dying costs $15,000 and must be repeated every 3 months. Therefore, $60,000 a year.
☆ Gang tattooed barcodes onto women forced to be prostitutes: Spanish police
Spanish police arrested 22 suspected pimps who allegedly used violence to force women into prostitution and tattooed them with bar codes as a sign of ownership, officials said Saturday. Police are calling the gang the “bar code pimps.” Officers freed one 19-year-old woman who had been beaten, held against her will and tattooed with a bar code and an amount of money — €2,000 (about $2,650) — which investigators believe was the debt the gang wished to extort before releasing her. The woman had also been whipped, chained to a radiator and had her hair and eyebrows shaved off, according to an Interior Ministry statement. Thanks Jasmine
☆ Homosexual necrophiliac serial killer helps blind children
Homosexual serial killer Dennis Nilsen, who sexually abused his dead victims’ corpses has proved he can be a productive member of society by helping blind children learn science. Nilsen murdered at least 15 men and boys between 1978 and 1983 by strangling or drowning them before storing their bodies for sexual purposes and possibly eating parts of them. The corpses were eventually dismembered, fed to wild animals, burned on bonfires or flushed down the toilet. Nilsen has been in prison for almost 30 years serving eight life sentences, his minimum tariff of 25 years was overruled by the Home Secretary and Nilsen has been told he will never be eligible for parole. But this week it has come to light that the nefarious murderer, who was nicknamed the ‘Kindly Killer’ has been helping blind children to read for years.
☆ New surveillance camera can search 36 million faces for matches in one second
A new surveillance camera by Hitachi Kokusai Electric can look at footage that contains an image of someone, either still or video, and then search other video or still images on file for other instances of that same face. In so doing, it can search, process and display up to thirty six million faces in just one second. Each hit is displayed immediately in its native format, i.e. still or video, in thumbnail form, which its makers say, allows the camera to display the actions of a person prior to, or even after, being seen by the surveillance camera. All they need do is click on the thumbnail to watch the video play.
☆ Teacher’s aide fired for refusing to hand over Facebook password
You can add this one to the short but growing list of employers demanding access to Facebook accounts. After refusing to give her Facebook password to her supervisors, Kimberly Hester was fired by Lewis Cass Intermediate School District from her job as an aide to Frank Squires Elementary in Cassopolis, Michigan. She is now fighting a legal battle with the school district. This all started in April 2011, when Hester was using Facebook on her own time (when she wasn’t working at the school). She jokingly posted a picture of a co-worker’s pants around her ankles and a pair of shoes, with the caption “Thinking of you.” A parent and Facebook friend of Hester’s saw the photo and complained to the school. A few days later, Lewis Cass ISD superintendent Robert Colby asked her three times for access to her Facebook account. Hester refused each of the district superintendent’s requests.
☆ TacoCopter – Tacos Delivered Straight to Your Home With GPS Guided Quadcopters
TacoCopter is an idea whose time has come. Quadcopters plus tacos plus a delivery service equals a college student’s dream, and with it, rampant speculation across the web. Around since last July, the TacoCopter website suddenly grabbed the web’s attention days ago with its claim that they will take your order via a smartphone and deliver tacos straight to your location with GPS-guided, unmanned quadcopters.
☆ The NSA Is Building the Country’s Biggest Spy Center (Watch What You Say)
Under construction by contractors with top-secret clearances, the blandly named Utah Data Center is being built for the National Security Agency. A project of immense secrecy, it is the final piece in a complex puzzle assembled over the past decade. Its purpose: to intercept, decipher, analyze, and store vast swaths of the world’s communications as they zap down from satellites and zip through the underground and undersea cables of international, foreign, and domestic networks. The heavily fortified $2 billion center should be up and running in September 2013. Flowing through its servers and routers and stored in near-bottomless databases will be all forms of communication, including the complete contents of private emails, cell phone calls, and Google searches, as well as all sorts of personal data trails—parking receipts, travel itineraries, bookstore purchases, and other digital “pocket litter.” It is, in some measure, the realization of the “total information awareness” program
☆ NBC: Skittles Now ‘A Symbol of Racial Injustice’
Filling in for Matt Lauer on Friday’s NBC Today, co-host Hoda Kotb made a bizarre proclamation about race relations in the wake of the Trayvon Martin shooting: “Skittles obviously has become really kind of a symbol in the whole Trayvon Martin case. A symbol of racial injustice. You see people holding up the bags of Skittles in their hands and it clearly means something.”
☆ Rammellzee on the Making of “Beat Bop” (previously unpublished interview, 1999).
Given its participants, “Beat Bop” is a recording with mystique virtually encoded in its DNA. Highly collectable in its elusive original Tartown Records’ incarnation thanks to Basquiat’s unmistakable work on its picture sleeve, the 10-minute masterpiece’s trippy, reverb-bathed post-punk funk – unforgettably punctuated by Rammel’s mutant nasal rhyme forays (or “gangster duck” style) – epitomized the experimental ethos of early ’80s downtown New York. A time when hip-hop’s dissemination from the Bronx across neighborhoods, train lines, boroughs and well beyond put the world on notice: shit was about to change in irrefutable ways.
☆ False memories generated in lab mice
In the 1940s, neurosurgeon Wilder Penfield found his patients would recall seemingly random information – the smell of cookies for instance – when he stimulated different brain areas with electric shocks. Two studies have now found evidence to support the memory storage theory that Penfield stumbled across. The research, in mice, even demonstrates that it is possible to manipulate brain cells to create false memories. Mark Mayford of the Scripps Research Institute in San Diego, California, and colleagues genetically engineered mice so that neurons that fired would fire again when the brain was injected with a drug.
☆ Man Charged In Best Buy Porn Case
“It was extremely, extremely pornographic image,” customer Gloria Berg says. “I think even the word ‘pornographic’ doesn’t cover it. I have never watched pornography, so I don’t know what else you can see there, but to me, I really felt extremely violated.” Berg was inside the store with her son and his children. She says they were looking at the store’s display of 55-inch screen smart televisions when a pornographic photo of a man and woman suddenly popped up. She says the image stayed up for several minutes before the manager came over and took it down, and by then, several horrified families had seen it. She says the manager told her someone had used the store’s WI-FI to upload the image to the TV’s.
☆ Solar storm dumps gigawatts into Earth’s upper atmosphere
A recent flurry of eruptions on the sun did more than spark pretty auroras around the poles. NASA-funded researchers say the solar storms of March 8th through 10th dumped enough energy in Earth’s upper atmosphere to power every residence in New York City for two years.
☆ A CLOCKWORK ORANGE in-depth analysis
“THE POWER DRUG” An in-depth analysis of Stanley Kubrick’s A CLOCKWORK ORANGE
☆ Alex in the Chelsea Drug Store
How much Stanley Kubrick trivia can you stand? One of the delights of DVD over VHS tape is the ability to step frame by perfect frame through any given film sequence without the picture being disturbed by noise. This reveals a lot more detail should you wish to scrutinise a favourite scene like the single dolly shot in A Clockwork Orange where Malcolm McDowell makes a circuit of the “disc-bootick” before chatting up a couple of devotchkas.
☆ The Kubrick Site: The Hechinger Debacle
A Clockwork Orange has attracted more than its share of controversy, both as book and later as movie. Little wonder then that, when the film was attacked in the New York Times op-ed pages as an example of what the author, Fred Hechinger, called ‘the voice of fascism’, no less an exigiter of the film than Stanley Kubrick himself joined in the debate. Usually reticent regarding his personal interpretations, Kubrick, in this instance, reveals himself to be a passionate exponent of specific thematic ideas, and the way in which film can be used to exposit them. It all began with a relatively harmless promotional piece; from the January 4, 1972 issue of The New York Times
☆ Qing Dynasty Official’s Tomb Robbed, Body Well-Preserved
March 17th, Fujian province Ningde city, local residents while hiking discovered an ancient body wearing dynastic clothing embroidered with what appears to be dragons and called the police. Investigations revealed that it was related to the grave robbing of a government official who had served the Qing Emperor Guangxu (1882 AD) in his 8th year, and the body had been casually cast aside by the grave robber. According to reports, this is the highest ranking and most well preserved mummified body of a Qing era government official discovered locally. [Above] March 19th, Fujiang Ningde Xiapu county, the little pavilion of the old tomb that was robbed. This 1882-built construct is one of 4 “Phoenix” tomb rooms, which presently have all been robbed. 130 years ago, tombs were divided into 4 rooms, a household tomb, where two couples were interred.
☆ FBI Linked to Yet Another Domestic Terrorism Plot
Over the course of a year, 29-year-old Amine El Khalifi, who was clearly mentally ill and often high on cocaine and other drugs, was persuaded by an FBI informant to agree to attack the U.S. Capitol. Because El Khalifi didn’t have a gun, a bomb or a car, the FBI informant graciously offered to provide him all three – and thus El Khalifi was driven to the U.S. Capitol building by the FBI, handed a gun and a bomb, and then arrested as an “al Qaeda operative.” Khalifi was best known for his years of selling drugs and strutting through D.C. nightclubs in designer suits, living a playboy lifestyle. But two years ago, while dating a Muslim woman of Bulgarian and Turkish descent, El Khalifi embraced Islam and became religious, friends said. After the relationship ended, the girlfriend, obviously disgruntled, contacted the FBI and suggested her ex-boyfriend might be a good target for a frame-up.
☆ How Long Until Obama Bans Troops From Wearing This Awesome “Pork-Eating Crusader” Gear?
The patch includes an image of a knight in a Crusade’s tunic, eating what appears to be a large ham hock, and lest there be any confusion — a translation in Arabic. They haven’t gone unnoticed. The website Muslim Awakening, posts a picture of what appears to be a German soldier with the patch adhered to his combat uniform.
☆ ALERT ! Mexico 7.9M earthquake PRE-PLANNED = verified simulation for march 20, 2012
This is profound and disturbing. There was a “drill” planned for March 20, 2012 in Mexico for a 7.9M earthquake “simulation”…. also on a separate note.. Barack Obamas daughter was at the epicenter on spring break: WTH is going on?!
☆ Teen’s Porn Star Date To Prom Scuttled By District Officials
A Minnesota high school student who lined up a porn actress to be his senior prom date will not be allowed to take the adult star to the dance, FoxNews.com has learned. Mike Stone, 18, of Oakdale, Minn., sent hundreds of tweets this week to adult film stars asking them to accompany him to the May 12 dance at Tartan High School. Two actresses, Emy Reyes and Megan Piper, soon responded, with Reyes saying, “I would love tooo” [sic] and Piper agreeing to attend if Stone covered her travel costs from Los Angeles. But Stone’s dream date won’t happen, according to school district officials.

 

 

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✪ Ron Jeremy exclusive: Will the condom law be a wrap for porn industry in L.A.?
An HIV-positive adult film actor is hailing the Los Angeles City Council’s final approval of a city law requiring condoms on porn sets – but veteran star Ron Jeremy thinks its dirty politics. Jeremy, originally from New York, told the Daily News he believes this week’s vote is part of a larger effort to stamp out porn production in the industry’s sunny San Fernando Valley home. “Performers don’t mind wearing rubbers, but viewers don’t want to see it. It ruins the fantasy,” Jeremy said Wednesday. “This will force production to leave Los Angeles, and that’s really what the supporters want,” he claimed. The legendary lothario said local porn purveyors are already feeling the squeeze from a flood of overseas imports and low-budget, amateur productions – and new condom requirements will make competitive success even harder. He said mandatory, monthly STD testing – now the industry standard – is more than adequate to keep performers safe.
✪ Feds Say 7 Behind Celeb-endorsed Megaupload.com Ran Massive, Worldwide Piracy Ring
Federal prosecutors have shut down one of the world’s largest file-sharing sites, Megaupload.com, on charges of violating piracy laws — a day after a 24-hour blackout of popular websites such as Wikipedia drew national attention to the issue. “This action is among the largest criminal copyright cases ever brought by the United States,” the Justice department said in a statement about the indictment. The indictment accuses seven individuals and two corporations — Megaupload Limited and Vestor Limited — of costing copyright holders more than $500 million in lost revenue from pirated films and other content. It was unsealed on Thursday, and claims that at one point Megaupload was the 13th most popular website in the world.
✪ Google Is Already Using SOPA-Like Censorship
However, Google’s main issue with SOPA is seemingly not related to their concerns about Chinese-style web censorship becoming commonplace, but rather which entity gets to wield those powers – large transnational corporations or governments. While Google criticizes SOPA publicly, it is already privately using SOPA-like powers to unfairly marginalize legitimate web content. Google News is a content aggregator that allows users to search thousands of news sources for relevant stories. Although the aggregator includes a plethora of obscure, occasionally offensive, and barely-read websites, in November 2010 Google took the decision to de-list PrisonPlanet.com and Infowars.com from its indexed news sources. Infowars.com alone is an internationally recognized news website that gets more traffic than MSNBC.com and innumerable other big mainstream news websites.
✪ Protest against discrimination of Ethiopian Jews
Thousands of Israelis have taken to the streets of Jerusalem, in protest against what they say is discrimination against Jews of Ethiopian origin. The protest came after a recent report in the Israeli media that landlords in southern Israel had agreed not to rent or sell their real estate to Jews of Ethiopian origin.
✪ Goodbye, Fish: Rising CO2 Direct Threat to Sea Life “Driving Fish Crazy”
New research shows the disastrous consequences the world’s rising carbon dioxide levels are having on ocean life. Photo courtesy of Dr Simon Foale, ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies A team of researchers from the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies and James Cook University published their findings in the journal Nature Climate Change. They document how elevated CO2 is “driving fish crazy.”
✪ WiFi signal with racist, anti-Semitic slur in Teaneck, NJ sparks police probe; signal came from rec center router
A bigot named their WiFi signal “F— All Jews and N—-” — and now cops are investigating. The hateful signal I.D. popped up on the iPhone of a 28-year-old mom inside a Teaneck, N.J. recreation center, where her 3-year-old daughter was attending dance class. The offending signal was coming from a router connected in the Richard Rodda Community Center in the the township, located 10 miles outside New York City. “When I first saw it, I said, ‘Did that say what I thought it said?,” said the woman, who asked that her name not be used. “I was shocked, hurt. I felt harassed.” The signal showed on her phone as it searched for an Internet connection in the center Tuesday. “I felt like I’m bringing my daughter to this place, and it should be a safe place,” she said.
✪ Scientists Create World’s Tiniest Ear
Have you ever wondered what a virus sounds like? Or what noise a bacterium makes when it moves between hosts? If the answer is yes, you may soon get your chance to find out, thanks to the development of the world’s tiniest ear. The “nano-ear,” a microscopic particle of gold trapped by a laser beam, can detect sound a million times fainter than the threshold for human hearing. Researchers suggest the work could open up a whole new field of “acoustic microscopy,” in which organisms are studied using the sound they emit.
✪ The Rise of the New Groupthink
SOLITUDE is out of fashion. Our companies, our schools and our culture are in thrall to an idea I call the New Groupthink, which holds that creativity and achievement come from an oddly gregarious place. Most of us now work in teams, in offices without walls, for managers who prize people skills above all. Lone geniuses are out. Collaboration is in. But there’s a problem with this view. Research strongly suggests that people are more creative when they enjoy privacy and freedom from interruption. And the most spectacularly creative people in many fields are often introverted, according to studies by the psychologists Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi and Gregory Feist. They’re extroverted enough to exchange and advance ideas, but see themselves as independent and individualistic. They’re not joiners by nature.
✪ NYPD developing portable body scanner for detecting concealed weapons
You have to feel sorry for the police officers who are required to frisk people for guns or knives – after all, if someone who doesn’t want to be arrested is carrying a lethal weapon, the last thing that most of us would want to do is get close enough to that person to touch them. That’s why the New York Police Department teamed up with the United States Department of Defense three years ago, and began developing a portable scanner that can remotely detect the presence of a gun on a person’s body. The NYPD announced the project yesterday.
✪ Scientists Uncover The Mathematics Of Serial Killers
Andrei Chikatilo, “The Butcher of Rostov,” was one of the most prolific serial killers in modern history. Between 1978 and 1990 in the Ukraine, he committed at least 52 murders before he was caught, tried and executed. The pattern of his murders, though, was irregular. There were long periods of no activity, interrupted by several murders within a short period of time. Hoping to gain insight into serial killings to prevent similar murders, his pattern of behavior was examined by Mikhail Simkin and Vwani Roychowdhury at UCLA. They’ve published a paper on ArXiv with their preliminary results.
✪ Fake iPad 2s made of clay sold at Canadian stores
As many as 10 fake iPad 2s, all made of slabs of modeling clay, were recently sold at electronic stores in Vancouver, British Columbia. Best Buy and Future Shop have launched investigations into how the scam was pulled off. The tablet computers, like most Apple products, are known for their sleek and simple designs. But there’s no mistaking the iPad for one of the world’s oldest “tablet devices.” Still, most electronic products cannot be returned to stores. For the the stores and customers to be fooled by the clay replacements, the thieves must have successfully weighed out the clay portions and resealed the original Apple packaging.
✪ For rent: Hitler’s Wolf’s Lair
Anybody willing to pay the asking rent of £90,000 a year can take over the 13-hectare site in a secluded forest in eastern Poland, which during the war lay in German East Prussia. From 1941 to the end of 1944 the Wolf’s Lair was the nerve centre of the Nazi war machine owing to its proximity to the Eastern Front. The Polish Forestry Service, the owners of the camp, started looking for a tenant after the old 20-year lease expired. Hitler and his henchman built huge bombproof bunkers at the site that also housed 2,000 staff and security personnel. Although retreating German forces dynamited most of the bunkers in November 1944, their shattered shells remain a prime tourist attraction with some 180,000 visitors a year.
✪ The Great Martin Luther King Copyright Conundrum
Believe it or not, to legally watch that famous Martin Luther King “I Have a Dream” speech — arguably one of the most hallowed moments in American history — costs $10 thanks to the twisted state of United States copyright law.
✪ World’s Largest Garment Made From Golden Spider Silk Goes on Display
Before anyone asks, no, it’s not bulletproof. But that doesn’t mean that the glistening yellow cape—the world’s largest garment made entirely from spider silk—isn’t a massive feat of engineering to marvel at (hint: it is and you should). Now on public display for the first time at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, the textile gets its unearthly gleam from the undyed filaments of the golden orb spider, a species of arachnid commonly found in Madagascar. Girl power can be taken literally in this instance: Only the females produce the coveted silk.
✪ NSFW: An Alabama Fan Teabagged A Passed-Out LSU Fan At The Bourbon Street Krystal
Those of us un/fortunate enough to have visited the Krystal restaurant at the mouth of Bourbon Street in New Orleans know it’s a place where the occasionally odd, bizarre, or criminal events take place. We don’t know which of these this incident is, if not all three. That’s especially given that some people are claiming the victim in this is now dead, making the “This guy’s life is over” line uttered in the video creepy.
✪ Funk Legend Jimmy Castor Dead At 64
Funk/disco great Jimmy “The Everything Man” Castor passed away on Monday from unknown causes in Las Vegas, according to reports. Castor, a respected saxophonist, was the leader of the seminal funk/disco band the Jimmy Castor Bunch. The group was behind funk classics like the 1972 smash, “Troglodyte (Cave Man).” Though the group’s popularity faded at the end of the disco era, Castor’s music lived on through hip hop as his song “It’s Just Begun” became a staple break of the ’70s and ’80s b-boy break dancing scene. The song served as the back up music for the iconic b-boy collective the Rock Steady Crew in the 1983 film Flashdance. Eric B. and Rakim, the Ultramagnetic MCs, N.W.A., and Kanye West were among the hip hop names to sample Castor’s tunes over the years.
✪ Radioactive tissue holders found at Bed, Bath & Beyond reveal hypocrisy of failed national security
The Dual Ridge Metal Boutique tissue boxes sold at Bed, Bath & Beyond stores have been discovered to be radioactive. Made with the extremely dangerous material used to blast cancer tumors with radiation — cobalt-60 — they emit gamma rays that are known to cause both cancer and infertility. They were manufactured in India, shipped on a commercial container to New Jersey, and then distributed to Bed, Bath & Beyond stores in 20 states. How much radiation do these tissue holders emit, exactly? Nuclear Regulatory Commission spokesman David McIntyre said, on the record, that standing near one of these tissue holders for 30 minutes a day would expose you to the equivalent of “a couple of chest X-Rays” each year. The Illinois Emergency Management Agency went even further, issuing a release stating that every 10 hours spent near the product would expose you to the equivalent of one chest X-Ray
✪ Big Brother Brazil: Daniel Echaniz ‘raped Monique Amin on live TV’ after alcohol-fueled party
A housemate on Brazil’s version of Big Brother has been raped live on TV, it has been alleged. Police today confirmed they had begun an investigation and carried out a search of the studios in Rio de Janeiro, where the popular reality show is being filmed. Viewers were shocked in the early hours of Sunday to watch contestant Daniel Echaniz 31, apparently force himself on 23-year-old student Monique Amin, who had passed out drunk after a boozy party.
✪ Exchange students report shocking placements
I’ve seen many things I don’t like, including students that had been sexually abused, photographed, and forced to drink alcohol, says Danielle Grijalva, She is the head of CSFES, an organization that helps exchange students who run into problems abroad. Only this past year, 10-12 Norwegian exchange students abroad contacted her for help.
✪ EPIC Request Reveals DHS Monitoring Social Media
A Freedom of Information Act has revealed the Department of Homeland Security awarded a contract in 2010 to General Dynamics’ Advanced Information Systems in order to provide constant surveillance of social media, according to The Washington Post. The Electronic Privacy Information Center filed the request, and according to a training manual that was among the documents they received, DHS engaged in monitoring comments on Facebook, Twitter and blogs to obtain public sentiment on a proposed transfer of Guantanamo Bay detainees to a town in Michigan. The $11 million contract awarded to General Dynamics is expected to produce “reports on DHS, Components, and other Federal Agencies: positive and negative reports on FEMA, CIA, CBP, ICE, etc. as well as organizations outside the DHS,”
✪ MLK strip club flyer: Graphic designer under fire for ‘I Have a Dream Bash’
When Martin Luther King Jr. said he had a dream, this likely wasn’t what he meant. A flyer promoting a Miami strip club’s “I Have a Dream Bash” featuring MLK holding wads of cash next to scantily-clad women has its creator taking plenty of flack. Miami Beach graphic designer Jeffrey Darnell Paul says he didn’t realize the flyer, made for The Office strip club at 250 Northeast 183rd Street, would generate the controversy it has. “I wasn’t trying to disrespect anybody… it wasn’t on my mind that it would escalate to something like this,” Paul told NBC Miami Monday. “It was just supposed to be a promotional thing, it wasn’t about disgracing Martin Luther King, it wasn’t about that.”
✪ Mom forces son to wear ‘I sell drugs’ sign
An Indiana mother forced her son to wear a sign around his neck listing his law-breaking behavior and stand on a Ft. Wayne street corner for two hours earlier this week. The sign read: “I lie, I steal, I sell drugs, I don’t follow the law.” CBS New York reports that Dynesha Lax thought the punishment police had given her son when he broke the law recently wasn’t strong enough to get him to stop his behavior, so she took matters into her own hands.

 

 

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✖ Pepper Spray Developer: It Has Become Fashionable to Use Chemicals on People with Opinions
In what appears to be his first television interview on the subject, Kamran Loghman, the developer of weapons-grade pepper spray and the policy for its use by US police departments, appeared on Democracy Now! to condemn how police forces have been using pepper spray on peaceful protesters in the country. He said he was “shocked” and bewildered to see UC Davis police pepper spraying students and the first thing that came to his mind was how the students could be his children “sitting down having an opinion” and being shut down forcibly by chemical agents.
✖ The Apologies of Zuckerberg: A Retrospective
Here’s a trip down memory lane, looking back at Zuckerberg’s apologies for upsetting users — usually about privacy. There are some common themes. Zuckerberg almost always tells users that change is hard, often referring back to the early days of Facebook when it had barely any of the features people know and love today. He says sharing and a more open and connected world are good, and often he says he appreciates all the feedback. Most of all, Zuckerberg seems to take pride in offering an explicit, earnest apology, but doesn’t actually admit he was wrong, just that he’s sorry for how things were rolled out or perceived.
✖ Sex, drugs and … more sex and drugs
Forget about rock ‘n’ roll: When rats are administered the highly addictive stimulant methamphetamine and allowed to engage in sexual behavior while high, all they want is more of both. That’s the raw finding of a study published Tuesday by the Journal of Neuroscience. It’s important because many who use methamphetamine report that it enhances their sexual experience. But because it also reduces their inhibitions, those abusers are more likely to engage in risky sexual behavior, including unprotected sex and anal intercourse. The result: HIV transmission appears to be far more likely among methamphetamine users than it is among those who do not take the drug.
✖ Jeno Paulucci, food visionary behind the pizza roll, dies at 93
Using a machine he invented to prepare Chun King egg rolls, Mr. Paulucci replaced the innards of the Chinese hors d’oeuvre with traditional pizza toppings. He sold Jeno’s to Pillsbury in the late 1980s for more than $140 million, and his bite-size pizza snacks are now sold as Totino’s Pizza Rolls.
✖ Designer cocaine ‘glass cleaner’ sold legally, potentially lethal
A designer drug that simulates cocaine that is marketed as “glass cleaner” has replaced “bath salts” in many smoke shops across the Tempe area, rendering all but useless an emergency federal ban enacted last month to stem the sale and use of the potentially lethal bath salts, officials say. The legal sale of the white powder that is altered slightly from “bath salts” for less than $20 in smoke shops, on websites and in some liquor and convenience stores is sending a rapidly rising number of patients to emergency rooms, treatment facilities and poison centers, officials say. Thanks Cat
✖ Former Sheriff of the Year Patrick Sullivan accused of dealing meth, trying to trade it for sex
Former Arapahoe County Sheriff Patrick Sullivan was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of trying to trade drugs to a man for sex, as investigators monitored the deal. Drug task-force officers were “visually monitoring” the deal when the 68-year-old former national Sheriff of the Year delivered methamphetamine to an Aurora home and sought sex in return, said current Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson. “This shows that no one is above the law, particularly a current or a former peace officer,” Robinson said. Robinson said Sullivan had an ongoing relationship with the man as well as other men he had a history of bonding out of jails in the metro region.
✖ ‘The Pirate Bay Dancing’ Add-On Killls DNS and IP Blockades
Efforts to censor the Internet are increasing in the Western world. In the US lawmakers are currently discussing legislation (SOPA/PIPA) that could take out The Pirate Bay, or disable access to it. In several other countries such as Italy, Finland and Belgium, courts have already ordered Internet Providers to block their users’ access to the site. Demonstrating the futility of these efforts, a small group of developers today releases a browser add-on called “The Pirate Bay Dancing.”
✖ The Sex Addiction Epidemic
Valerie realized that sex was wrecking her life right around the time her second marriage disintegrated. At 30, and employed as a human-resources administrator in Phoenix, she had serially cheated on both her husbands—often with their subordinates and co-workers—logging anonymous hookups in fast-food-restaurant bathrooms, affairs with married men, and one-night stands too numerous to count. But Valerie couldn’t stop. Not even after one man’s wife aimed a shotgun at her head while catching them in flagrante delicto. Valerie called phone-sex chat lines and pored over online pornography, masturbating so compulsively that it wasn’t uncommon for her to choose her vibrator over going to work. She craved public exhibitionism, too, particularly at strip clubs, and even accepted money in exchange for sex—not out of financial necessity but for the illicit rush such acts gave her.
✖ Wi-Fi Near Testes Could Decrease Male Fertility: Study
Authors of a new scientific study speculated that “a laptop connected wirelessly to the Internet on the lap near the testes may result in decreased male fertility.” The study appeared in the September issue of the medical journal Fertility and Sterility. A team of Argentine scientists placed healthy sperm under a laptop running a Wi-Fi connection. After four hours, the Wi-Fi-exposed sperm showed signs of damage including slowed motility and increased DNA fragmentation, the researchers found. Healthy sperm stored for the same time and temperature away from the computer didn’t show the damage. That is, the sperm exposed to Wi-Fi were less capable of moving toward an egg to fertilize it and less capable of passing on the male’s DNA if it does fertilize an egg. A separate test also showed that merely placing sperm near a computer (without Wi-Fi) does not cause nearly the same damage, the report showed.
✖ Study reveals racial segregation in online dating
When it comes to online dating, segregation appears to be alive and well. After analyzing more than one million profiles on a mainstream dating website, researchers at the University of California Berkeley, concluded that whites are highly unlikely to initiate contact with black people. Even when their profiles indicate that they are indifferent about the race or ethnicity of a potential romantic interest. The researchers expected to find homophily, a social science term which means love of the same, in their analysis but they were surprised that the internet did not play a role in eroding reluctance to date outside ones own race. “When the constraints of segregation are lifted by technology, what do people do? They don’t act all that differently,” said Gerald Mendelsohn, PhD, one of the professors who worked on the study. “Segregation remains a state of mind as much as it is a physical reality.”
✖ Life began with a planetary mega-organism
ONCE upon a time, 3 billion years ago, there lived a single organism called LUCA. It was enormous: a mega-organism like none seen since, it filled the planet’s oceans before splitting into three and giving birth to the ancestors of all living things on Earth today. This strange picture is emerging from efforts to pin down the last universal common ancestor – not the first life that emerged on Earth but the life form that gave rise to all others. The latest results suggest LUCA was the result of early life’s fight to survive, attempts at which turned the ocean into a global genetic swap shop for hundreds of millions of years. Cells struggling to survive on their own exchanged useful parts with each other without competition – effectively creating a global mega-organism.
✖ Scientists finding new uses for hallucinogens and street drugs
What a long, strange trip it’s been. In the 1960s and ’70s, a rebellious generation embraced hallucinogens and a wide array of street drugs to “turn on, tune in and drop out.” Almost half a century later, magic mushrooms, LSD, Ecstasy and ketamine are being studied for legitimate therapeutic uses. Scientists believe these agents have the potential to help patients with post-traumatic stress disorder, drug or alcohol addiction, unremitting pain or depression and the existential anxiety of terminal illness.
✖ Permafrost Thaw May Emit More Than Deforestation, Study Says
“We calculate that permafrost thaw will release the same order of magnitude of carbon as deforestation if current rates of deforestation continue,” the researchers said. “Because these emissions include significant quantities of methane, the overall effect on climate could be 2.5 times larger.”
✖ Netanyahu Government Suggests Israelis Avoid Marrying American Jews
The Netanyahu government’s Ministry of Immigrant Absorption is sponsoring advertisements in at least five American communities that warn Israeli expatriates that they will lose their identities if they don’t return home. The Ministry is also featuring on its website a series of short videos that, in an almost comically heavy-handed way, caution Israelis against raising their children in America — one scare-ad shows a pair of Israeli grandparents seated before a menorah and Skypeing with their granddaughter, who lives in America. When they ask the child to name the holiday they’re celebrating, she says “Christmas.” In another ad, an actor playing a slightly-adenoidal, goateed young man (who, to my expert Semitic eye, is meant to represent a typical young American Jew) is shown to be oblivious to the fact that his Israeli girlfriend is in mourning on Yom HaZikaron, Israel’s memorial day.
✖ Man sues former hostages, says they broke promise
A man who held a Kansas couple hostage in their home while fleeing from authorities is suing them, claiming that they broke an oral contract made when he promised them money in exchange for hiding him from police. The couple has asked a judge to dismiss the suit.
✖ Who Smashed the Laptops from Occupy Wall Street? Inside the NYPD’s Lost and Found
Worse, it was as if someone along the way purposefully destroyed all confiscated electronics, a strategic smashing of at least part of the digital record logged by full-on occupiers. “Dude, all the laptops are in a row,” he tells us, baffled and raking his shock of brown hair. “They’ve all been smashed with bats.” When asked about the mangled property, LiPani admits that, inevitably, certain items could’ve been damaged in the shuffle: “I’m not surprised,” he says, to hear of damaged laptops. He adds that the DSNY is providing clearance forms to those occupiers concerned their property may’ve been mishandled or misplaced.
✖ Carrier IQ Video Shows Alarming Capabilities Of Mobile Tracking Software
You may be aware of the growing controversy surrounding Carrier IQ, a piece of software found pre-installed on Sprint phones that, according to developers who have investigated, is capable of detecting, recording, and transmitting various user actions and inputs. Among the data CIQ potentially has access to are location, SMS, apps, and key presses. News of the software has been percolating for months on development forums, but when Trevor Eckhart recently summarized his findings, he found himself facing a cease and desist while Sprint vigorously denied the charges, saying “We do not and cannot look at the contents of messages, photos, videos, etc., using this tool.” The C&D; was quickly retracted, but Eckhart has now released a video that seems to give the lie to both Sprint and Carrier IQ’s assurances.
✖ Millions of printers open to devastating hack attack, researchers say
Could a hacker from half-way around the planet control your printer and give it instructions so frantic that it could eventually catch fire? Or use a hijacked printer as a copy machine for criminals, making it easy to commit identity theft or even take control of entire networks that would otherwise be secure? It’s not only possible, but likely, say researchers at Columbia University, who claim they’ve discovered a new class of computer security flaws that could impact millions of businesses, consumers, and even government agencies.

 

 

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10 Anti-Drug PSAs That Are Totally Awesome When You’re High
pygmy jerboa 体重測定
Meet a Pool Shark Who’s Still in Diapers
Gang busted for prison mobile phone delivery with toy chopper
Breathing Xenon
Nose Balloon
Fear and Loathing: The Board Game
10 things you didn’t know about orgasm
Germany bans Red Bull cola after drug test
The authorities in six German states have ordered retailers to stop selling Red Bull Cola energy drinks after traces of cocaine were found in it.
Insects In Flagrante
…’n the bees.
Truck Spills
“The website of odd, strange, interesting, and unbelievable things spilled on the road by trucks.” Thanks Googs.
Passer-by pushes suicide man off bridge
Thanks David Canning
mabtw’s Channel
A collection of clips starring Dick Masterson, legendary chauvinist and author of Men Are Better Than Women.
MEN ARE BETTER THAN WOMEN – Dick Masterson
Thanks Jack Hanly
Miles Davis interview on CBS News “60 Minutes”
9 year old guitar prodigy YUTO MIYAZAWA performs Ozzy Osbourne’s Crazy Train on Ellen Degeneres
Thanks Googs
Hammerhead (1968) Opening Sequence
Groupie Girl (1970) Opening Credits
Vivir en Tucson: Gente Tucson: Las Gemelas Collinson
Marine Throws Puppy Off Cliff
Thanks Googs
G20 police ‘used undercover men to incite crowds’
Destructive ants marching on San Antonio
‘Reagan afraid of invasion by aliens’
Skeptical Inquiree: Curious Contrails: Death from the Sky?
The Electronic Police State
‘Superfood’ Promoted on Oprah’s Site Robs Amazon Poor of Staple
White House Czar Calls for End to ‘War on Drugs’
This Is Yer Brain On War
Revenge Product – Super Sonic Nausea
Asmik Ace unwraps third film in Tetsuo franchise
World Superhero Registry
17 Controversial Teenage TV Situations
Top 16 Senior Pranks
Panty (One) Liners
I Heart To Fart
Video Game Girls Burlesque @ Bordello
The dancers arrived armed and outfitted for an arcade battle, and included Super Mario Bros. Princess Peach, Metroid’s Samus Aran, Street Fighter’s Chun-Li, The Legend of Zelda’s Link and Princess Zelda, and BloodRayne’s Rayne
Google: More People Will Die From Swine Flu If We Cannot Retain Search Data
Homeland Security Trains Scouts To Fight Terrorism
Senate Dumps On Credit Card Interest Cap
Despite complaints that banks and credit card companies are gouging customers by charging outrageous interest rates, the Senate on Wednesday easily turned back an effort to cap interest rates at 15 percent.
Consumer Reports Health: 80% of Medical Bills Have Errors
Pool Rules
Digging up dirt: Facebook spies for hire
Two other Florida prisons zapped visiting kids with stun guns
Supreme Court Hands Medical Marijuana Major Victory
Danger Mouse to release blank CD
Too much cola zaps muscle power
Excessive cola consumption can lead to anything from mild weakness to profound muscle paralysis, doctors are warning.
Have you heard ‘the Hum’?
For decades, hundreds of people worldwide have been plagued by an elusive buzzing noise known as “the Hum”. Some have blamed gas pipes or power lines, others think their ears are faulty. A few even think sinister forces could be at work.
Wal-Mart Pays $2Mil to Duck Black Friday Death Charges
If you can’t trust a Cheerios box…
Top 10 Toilets Screaming High-tech In Luxury
GLOWING ANIMALS: Pictures of Beasts Shining for Science
Selkirk RCMP uses Facebook in order to solve rash of property crimes
Canadian Police bust tagger using facebook
Goths In Hot Weather
Cocaine and LSD found in air of Spanish cities
Moscow’s subway dogs
All Up In Her Grill
Gold Front Porn!
Ancient Gem-Studded Teeth Show Skill of Early Dentists
The glittering “grills” of some hip-hop stars aren’t exactly unprecedented. Sophisticated dentistry allowed Native Americans to add bling to their teeth as far back as 2,500 years ago, a new study says.
Man sees own wife on adultery porno
A Taiwan carpenter bought a porn DVD only to find secretly taped motel footage of his wife having sex with his friend, whom the husband later stabbed.
More Sexting News
Nate Phelps – Son of Fred Phelps Westboro Baptist Church – GodHatesFags – Tell All
Snake dies eating pregnant mountain sheep
Face Transplant Surgery
Holy Fuck!
Cat Parasite Affects Everything We Feel and Do
The parasite, Toxoplasma gondii, has been transmitted indirectly from cats to roughly half the people on the planet, and it has been shown to affect human personalities in different ways.
Troops claim ‘supernatural powers’ after pygmy sodomy
Group sex with Rugby team has destroyed my life: woman
Among new allegations aired on Monday, the woman said two men rubbed their penises in her face while other men stood watching and masturbating. Six men had sex with her while another six looked on. There was always someone touching her, she said.
Centuries-old torture instruments for sale
The 252 items include gruesome instruments such as a tongue clamp, a chair covered in spikes and an iron glove that Arlan Ettinger, president of Guernsey’s Auctions, said was used to “burn the flesh of your hand.”
Crazy Frog Bros
Thanks Ana Fernandes
12 Most Bizarre ID Cards and Passport Photos
Tiptoes
Matthew McConaughey, Kate Beckinsale, …and Gary Oldman as a DWARF! What a piece of shit movie, can’t believe it really existists!
Startup Signs ~ Gang Signs of The Web
Utah wilderness becoming a hot spot for marijuana plantations
Grilled Chicken a Kentucky Fried Chicken Fiasco
NPR was calling KFC “the James Frey of fast food,” referring to the author of a memoir praised by Ms. Winfrey that was later exposed as fiction.
Oprah KFC Coupon Riot!
More Fried Chicken Related News
Swine Flu – Top 10 Panics!
Nude spray-on tan case gets lawmaker’s attention
State Rep. Bruce Borders, R-Jasonville, said he was shocked by a recent case where an adult man who works at a tanning salon applied a spray-on tan on a nude 15-year-old girl
Grove City student suspended over gay porn video
Says film income helped pay tuition
Porn star considers run against family values senator
Explosion destroys dentist’s office
Shit is blowin’ up!
DRAMATIC VIDEO: Exploding Strip Mall
Botswana plans to circumcise nearly half a million
African Calamari
Neighbors concerned about strange van
Provo police are investigating a bizarre incident this week: a van parked in a residential neighborhood with a sign on it, reading: “free candy inside.”
Students protest surveillance of two girls kissing
Calgary stabbers’ spree ‘for fun,’ say police
“It may have been out for kicks,” McCallum said. “It was purely to go out and hunt down victims in one hour. It’s a very unusual offence.We haven’t had that kind of behaviour for quite some time.”
Rihanna Grabbing Some Tits photography
Tons Of Released Drugs Taint US Water – Codeine Found In Delaware River
Thanks Brendan
X-rated star Marilyn Chambers dies at 56
Ivory Snow soap girl & star of ‘Behind The Green Door’
Raquel Welch, Crucified
The SSD Project | EFF Surveillance Self-Defense Project
Skeleton hands = haute couture?
$24K Silver Skelly Hands
AP Invokes DMCA Against Obama “Hope” Poster Artist
Testing YouTube’s Audio Content ID System
The Pirate Google
Torrent File Search Using Google Custom Search – Scour the Entire Web for Bit Torrent Files
Facebook’s E-mail Censorship is Legally Dubious, Experts Say
Caught on Camera — The Best of Google Street View
Sharpie Paint Job
‘America’s Funniest Home Videos’ Montages Don’t Leave Anybody Out
Boy, 15, testifies he had sex with teacher/godmother
The boy testified that his first sexual encounter with Lopez happened in her car when he was 11 or 12 years old and she was his sixth-grade teacher at Nestor. “She would, like, fondle me,” the boy testified. “She pulled down my pants and asked me if I liked it.”
The Six Most Expensive Alcohol That Ever Existed
Grandma Smokes a Newport for Her 100th B-Day
Top 5 bizarre x-rays – the five strangest things swallowed by man, woman and animal
Leonard Nimoy: ‘Star Trek’ fans can be scary
Calexico restaurant says griddle has likeness of the Virgin Mary
Somali Pirates seized after threatening French navy ship
Whoops!
Fluorescent puppy is world’s first transgenic dog
Harper’s Magazine Weekly Review 05-05-2009
The Monastery Built on a Volcanic Plug
Mission Impossible: The Code Even the CIA Can’t Crack
The sculpture named Kryptos at CIA headquarters contains a secret message ‚Äî but not even the agency’s brightest can crack its code.
NY TAXI WISDOM
Decorated swine flu surgical masks in Mexico
Thanks Ryan Kitson
12 accidental celebrity deaths — and the prescription drugs that caused them
Hipster Grifter in Philly Slammer
Mom Pressures Teen Daughter To Get Implants – MTV True life: i don’t like my small breasts
Banksy and ‘Art Fags’ Attacked
Thanks Empress
Bonsai Kitten
Surgical Mask Fashions
Past SARS Fashions in Surgical Face Masks
Fear of contracting SARS has not stopped some people in Hong Kong from considering the fashion implications of wearing a surgical mask in public.
Face warmer? Surgical mask? A free pattern. – KNITTING
Get Your Stylish Swine Flu Masks Now!
8 Fashionable Picks For Avoiding the Plague Without Sacrificing Taste
Swine Flu Masks
Masks | There’s Something in the Air
Designer Surgical Masks
New for Spring Flu Season!
Pit bulls, Dobermans, Rottweilers banned from public housing
Couple robbed for fried chicken
“Give Us The Chicken!” Thanks Googs.
10 years later, the real story behind Columbine
Vermont Lawmakers Look To Legalize Teen ‘Sexting’
Crash author JG Ballard, ‘a giant on the world literary scene’, dies aged 78
Researchers use brain interface to post to Twitter
1,500 farmers commit mass suicide in India
Twelve Major Brands That Will Disappear
Good News: Crocs are on the list!
Child rapist cult leader escapes jail in chopper
Shadows Helped Form the “Pillars of Creation”
A Lawyer, Some Teens and a Fight Over ‘Sexting’
NYPD cops charged in rape of drunken woman they escorted home
Look at This F-ing Nude Hipster Grifter
Facebook users no longer insulting each other as much – or having as much sex
The teenager auctioning her virginity for £9,000 to fund her education
18-Year-Old Boy Arrested in Most Bizarre Sex Tape Bust Yet
Universal to remake ‘Videodrome’
20% of Teen Polish Prostitutes Do It For Brand Name Clothes
Pakistanis Find Success in Fetish Business
Suicide Girl Fight Club
Type Nesting
Doctor: Grudge may have sparked graffiti spree
Rowlow!
Upstate Police Arrest 70-Year-Old Tagger
Thanks Brendan Donnelly
Japan child robot mimicks infant learning
stop calling me a homo
New bizarre animal discovered in Japan
“CAN YOU FUCK IT?”
La Machine – Big Spider in Yokohama
Pussy Foot
Thanks Ryan Kitson
Fish market alien sighting
Popeyes Runs Out of Chicken in Rochester, NY
As Swine Flu Spreads, Conspiracy Theories of Laboratory Origins Abound
Couple caught having sex in dumpster
Father sought after son, 7, forcibly tattooed
Clare men accused of burning boy’s anus with propane torch charged
Get Your Swine Flu Shot! PSA
From the voluminous shelves of the National Archives, here are vintage Swine Flu PSAs from 1976.
White House Apologizes for NYC Air Force Flyover
Obama’s Handshake of Death
Hitler’s art attracts big sale prices
“A painting by Adolf Hitler sold for almost $15,000 Thursday — more than six times as much as expected.”
Rise Seen in Trafficking of Enhanced Ecstasy
“Extreme Ecstasy” or “Meth X”
BJW Deathmatch Jaki Numazawa vs. Ryuji Ito Part. 2
Fluorescent Lighttubes Cross, Fluorescent Lighttubes Tower & Cage Death Match ~ “Hill of Sanctuary”: “Black Angel” Jaki Numazawa vs. Ryuji Ito
Michael Jackson Auction: My Favorite Items – a set on Flickr
INSANE!!!
Sonny Chiba – Bromide idol days
10 Things You Didn’t Know About Somali Pirates
26-year-old man with body of a two-year-old
Sea Serpent in Nantucket 1937
Thunderbird Junior 50′s Mini-Cars
John Taylor Gatto – State Controlled Consciousness
The Ethical Slut Returns
“Into threesomes? Foursomes? Moresomes? The co-author of a cult classic about open relationships talks sex communes, romantic one-night stands, and offering chicken soup to lovers.”
60′s Retro Drink Aid
Golden arches topple, crush Naperville couple
Shocked Russian surgeons open up man who thought he had a tumour… to find a FIR TREE inside his lung
Eight Druggiest Rock Star Stories
Phil Spector convicted of second-degree murder
Brooklyn Man Bites Tip Off Own Penis
I breastfeed my dad
Trying desperately to measure up
“Doctors in Asia are treating an increasing number of men with severe injuries who have tried to increase the size of their penises by injecting themselves with Vaseline and other oils.”
“Daggering” Trend Is Breaking Jamaican Dicks
“Signs of a fractured penis include a loud popping noise, followed by excruciating pain, swelling, and sometimes blood.” Thanks Erik.
How to Be Goth – wikiHow
Thanks Espo
Weekly Review Harper’s Magazine 4-14-09
Firefighters Say Teens Using Axe Body Spray As Flamethrower
Body spray is finally good for something. Thanks James.
Monkey Knievel
Get OUTSIDE of your body~!
“The pineal gland is occasionally associated with the sixth chakra (also called Ajna or the third eye chakra in yoga). It is believed by some to be a dormant organ that can be awakened to enable “telepathic” communication.”
I Ate My Baby’s Placenta!
Thanks Vinnie
Grindhouseland Salutes… Vincent Price
Marijuana Lobbyist’s Testimony to Congress
Maya Prophecy, Long Count Calendars & Possible Cosmic Catastrophe for 21-12-2012
Brain Researchers Open Door to Editing Memory
FEMA concentration camps debunked
Was the Tunguska Fireball a Comet Chemical Bomb?
Flint, Michigan: Government Considering Abandoning Parts of City, Cutting Off Police and Fire Service
“Graffiti” to be legalized in Brazil?
Graffiti judged low priority in S.F.
IRAQ DEATHS on Twitter
Mexican president: US authorities ‘complicit’ in drug trafficking
Sabotage suspected in widespread phone outage in Santa Cruz and Santa Clara counties
Report: Spies hacked into U.S. electricity grid
ACLU Sues Prosecutor Over ‘Sexting’ Child Porn Charges
Iraqi Gays Sentenced to Death for Their Sexuality Face Execution
Pentagon preps for economic warfare
Could Pirates Become an Army for the Stateless?
The Hand In Space! – My god, it’s full of stars
Woman with ‘a phantom third arm’
“A stroke victim has developed a phantom third arm which she uses ‘just like a real-life limb’.”
Attack of the Card Skimmers: It’s Happening Right Here, Right Now
Somali Pirates Hijack Ship With 20 Americans On Board
‘Straight Edge’ Coke cop says oral sex to blame for dirty test, but judge not buying it
“The couple met at a punk concert and, according to court records, they “would often sweat” while having sex “three or four times per week.” Thanks Staycey
Poledancefan – Middle aged father works the pole
“My name is Joel. I’m 47 married with two kids” Thanks Vinny.
Chia Obama Dropped By Walgreens Amidst Cries of Racism
“Since when is an Afro racist?”
Dungeons & Dragons co-founder has passed away
Did Obama bow to Saudi king?
‚ÄúSuch an act is a traditional obeisance befitting a king’s subjects, not his peer. There is no precedent for U.S. presidents bowing to Saudi or any other royals,‚Äù said the conservative Washington Times.
Taxidermy Mouse Mouse!
Pentagon blows up pigs in bombproof armor
Monster Motorcycle Helmets
The Deadliest Vespa
50 Do-able Cartoon Hotties No Guy Could Kick Out of Bed
Birthing Simulator
Mum bathes baby in breast milk
Weird lookin’ dude chugging Mountain Dew
The Public Hanging of a Circus Elephant
Teeth Chiseling
Bob Ross The Joy of Painting video channel
Best Voice Ever!
ShamWow Bust: But Wait, There’s More…
Needle removed from ass – after 31 years
The Amazing Story of the Man With Two Penises [nsfw]
Midget Shower Fight
Build Your Own Multitouch Surface Computer
P-Mate: Allowing women to pee freely just like a man
6 Massive Old School Printers (& How They Were Advertised)
Bulletproof Fashions
Buddhist monk completes seven-year run
“A few have done it twice; many more have not lived to finish. Traditionally, any monk, or gyoja, who can’t continue to the end must take his own live, either by hanging or disembowelment.”
The neuropsychology of zombies
The Top Seven Awesome Things You Didn’t Know About Steve McQueen
Police Doughnuts
Watch a Google Street View Car Hit a Bridge – Google Maps
Saved from swimming in circles: Allison the one-finned turtle gets a new prosthetic
Talking Heads – Once In A Lifetime – By Kermit the Frog
Top 10 Bizarre But True Drugs And Their Effects
10 Recent Scientifically Solved Mysteries
Lady chimps will mate for meat
Saharan Rolling Spider
Volcano Lightning
5 Cats that Look Like Wilford Brimley
Obama Fried Chicken
Kennedy, you’ve been replaced! Thanks Haley.
“Roadhouse” Blind Guitarist, Jeff Healey, Dies
Awesome Medieval Suits of Armor
My Vagina Pillow Rocks Her Lace Bush
For Serious Riders Only
Child Predator Hands
“Dancing With The Stars” Boner
Drunk teacher accused of forcing students to dance and “grind”
Showing off my long hair
Flaming Garbage Cans In Hip Hop Videos
A PERV caught naked at a beauty spot with a torch stuck up his bum — told cops he was DEPRESSED.
1972 Halloween Catalog
Cake Wrecks
When professional cakes go horribly, hilariously wrong.
A Bristol secondary school has tried out a new style of sex education by letting teenage pupils examine a line-up of naked men.
FOOD FACE DINNER PLATE
Quest for artificial nose to sniff out terrorists’ fear
Levi’s¬Æ √ó Damien Hirst “The Spin Jeans”
Only ¥2,625,000 JPY (approximately $27,000 USD).
Drugs glow green under torch beam
“An ultraviolet torch which shows certain drugs as glowing green is being used to catch cocaine-using clubbers.”
Angry customer blasts McDonald’s drive-through
“A McDonald’s drive-through was shot up early Sunday after a customer was angered that the restaurant had shifted from the lunch menu to the breakfast menu, police said. ”
Teen accused of burning man who let underage drinkers party at his home
“A middle-age man charged with supplying alcohol to teens at his house suffered a severe groin burn when one teen lit the man‚Äôs pants on fire after he passed out, police said”
Study: Housing Homeless Drunks And Letting Them Drink Saves Millions
Pet dogs and cats a good way to break a leg, government says
An inmate alleges two deputies got another prisoner to put his penis on a bologna sandwich which he ate
“As soon as he had finished eating the sandwich Deputy Cantwell taunted him, and took out his cell phone on which he displayed a photo of another inmate in the jail with his penis on the bologna sandwhich,”
Lawmakers Target Elderly Porn
“Pervs preying on the elderly or disabled could soon face harsh new penalties under a first-of-its-kind proposed law that would punish sicko peddlers of geriatric and handicapped porn the same as child pornographers.”
Australian Pimp Paid Teen Prostitute With Chicken Nuggets
Thanks Petey
“Smoking Smarties” Has Parents Fuming
Candy Hits
Woman has sex with pine cone, needs surgery to remove it
Mexican Drug Lord Officially Thanks American Lawmakers for Keeping Drugs Illegal
Was Madonna Involved in a Videotaped Human Sacrifice?
Video Games Kill! Here’s Proof…
‘Healthy’ man, 25, collapses and dies playing Wii Fit game
Drunk ShamWow Guy Smacks Up A Hoe
TV pitchman battered hooker in South Beach hotel room brawl
“EX-Masturbator” Shirt from Passion for Christ Movement
“Yeah we said it‚Ķ.Nobody talks about it, but most people have done it or are still doing it. It’s seems to be a rite of passage for both girls and guys into the world of sex. Some say masturbation is not a sin, some say that it is. But is it really okay in the eyes of God?”
Swiss banks ban top executive travel
“Switzerland‚Äôs private banks have started to ban their top executives from travelling abroad, even to neighbouring France and Germany, because of fears they will be detained as part of a global crackdown on bank secrecy.”
Female teacher on trial after she was caught performing oral sex on a male student in her classroom claims that it was the fault of medication she was taking
“Were you ever on your knees in front of the victim?”
Cape-wearing man arrested after reportedly robbing adult store
Porn Censors Target Nude Renaissance Art
Sarasota man arrested for 71st time
Toss My Salad, Snoopy!
“Douchebags” Lawsuit Dismissed
Orange Guidos with lawyers
Now Home Office drugs adviser wants to downgrade LSD from A to B
England
Police raid home of Fox News employee, charge him with possession of child porn
Calvin and Hobbes strip from 15 years ago describes the current economic climate
The Luckiest or Unluckiest Man in the World? Tsutomu Yamaguchi, double A-bomb victim
Survivor of both Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Spanish police seize 42-piece dinner set… made entirely of cocaine!
Victorian Flea Circuses: A Lost Art Form
Movie Trivia: The Goonies
Miniatur Wunderland Hamburg: the largest model railway in the world
Google Street View forced to remove images
Could Cow Urine Cola Make a Splash?
“In a country where cows are sacred, drinking their urine is close to godliness.”
KFC’s proposal: First pot pies, now potholes
KFC wants to help patch the nation’s potholes, then brand them.
Romania weighs decriminalizing consensual incest
A Step Forward
Flammable Water Due To Natural Gas Leak In Colorado Home
The Economics of Star Trek
In the Star Trek universe, there is no money.
Crackle
Another Streamin’ Movie Site
Hollywood’s Scariest Haunted Houses
Malaysian minister defends caning of prisoners as gruesome video appears on internet
Ass-Tastic!
Jersey girl, 14, arrested after posting nude pics
TRENTON, N.J. – A 14-year-old New Jersey girl has been accused of child pornography after posting nearly 30 explicit nude pictures of herself on MySpace.com — charges that could force her to register as a sex offender if convicted.
Flickr: billoney’s Photostream
Freedom For Kidnapped 3M Boss
“Workers at a factory in the French town of Pithiviers have finally released Luc Rousselet, a French manager for American firm 3M who was held in his office for more than a day after being locked in by employees who were angry about layoffs.”
Ethiopia hit by Coca-Cola drought
Thanks Rafael Lett
CLIFF BURTON INTERVIEW. METALLICA.
RIP
Blossom Dearie’s “Conjunction Junction” Romance?
Did the woman who sang “Unpack Your Adjectives” ever get together with the guy who sang “I’m Just a Bill”?
60-foot penis painted on roof
Thanks Espo
Inside the mind of Azel
DJ Tameil – Shotgun Buck (Duck Hunt Edit)
Children of cousins ‘have greater risk of catching infectious disease’
Farting Student Kicked Off School Bus
‘Star Wars’ Laser Kills Mosquitoes
Old-ass Charles Manson
Albino Tiger Head Found In Car
$400 Dog Shit
Blood-curdling sausage recipe by air force chefs
“TWO German air force sergeants are facing courts martial after drawing their own blood to make traditional sausage.”
The Obama Administration, Your Information, and You
“The Obama administration, while progressive in some areas, still appears to be on the same page as the Bush administration regarding warrentless surveillance.”
The Obama Deception
“The Obama Deception is a hard-hitting film that completely destroys the myth that Barack Obama is working for the best interests of the American people.”
Deathbed Boo-Boo
” A man who thought he was going to die confessed last week to a decades-old slaying. James Brewer, 58, didn‚Äôt die. Instead, he found himself Monday in a Tennessee courtroom facing a murder charge.
Wack is Back! Increased Use of PCP Worries Authorities in D.C
“As PCP Use Rebounds Among Suspects, D.C. Authorities Worry About Violent Incidents” Thanks ESPO
Burger Grease Art
A 55 year old lady trying to win a booty shaking contest
Sewing machine signed by Metallica
Mormons & The Illuminati (1 of 4)
Virginity rates among students by major
Electronic Road Signs: Newest Hacked Road Sign Warns Of New York’s Imminent Demise
Woman Injured in Power Tool Sex Toy Encounter
Police seize 1,200 pounds of pot in spinach cans
Colonel Sanders pulled from river after 24 years
Woman shot by arrow on NYC street, is recovering
German Fried Chicken: Tender, Juicy Obama Fingers Hit the Shelves
“A German frozen food company hopes to raise sales with a new product: Obama fingers. The tender, fried chicken bits come with a tasty curry sauce. The company says it was unaware of the possible racist overtones of the product.”
Go-go dancer duped with fake $100 bills
Horse bites off Indonesian man’s testicle, spits it out
Pirates of Somalia – The Big Picture
Cocaine found in store’s peppers
Queens!
Penile Extenders Actually Might Work, Doctors Say
U.S. teens were hit men for Mexican cartel
“Both teenagers received six-month military-style training on a Mexican ranch. Investigators say Cardona and Reta were paid $500 a week each as a retainer, to sit and wait for the call to kill. Then they were paid up to $50,000 and 2 kilos of cocaine for carrying out a hit.”
Police put purported pothead in pokey, pinched placing potted pot on porch perch
VA$HTIE » party pics: 3/12 THE RECESSION SPECIAL Рloft party for A-RON THE DON’S BORNDAY!
Recession Special!
More Party Photos
Can We unClick Google?
“A challenge to activists of the twenty-first century: how can we effectively fight back against Google‚Äôs violation of our online privacy? ”
Militant Obama youth march to ‘Alpha, Omega’ chant
PLEASE DON’T RIOT…IT’S JUST WHAT ‘THEY’ WANT
“Be very, very aware of anyone who starts rioting, or encourages others to do so, amid peaceful demonstrations. Who are they and why are they doing this when it is handing all the aces to the system to impose a Police State? They are either stupid or agents of that State.”
Grass-Mud Horse
‘A Dirty Pun Tweaks China‚Äôs Online Censors ‘
Gucci Mane To Be Released From Jail This Weekend
Thanks J.Scott
Woman finds hungry calico cat hiding in $27 couch
ARTIST NOW IN ROGUE GALLERY
“A top Japanese pop artist in town for a big gallery opening was busted the night before his show when cops spotted him drawing a smiley face on the wall of an East Side subway station after a boozy night out, officials said yesterday.” Thanks Espo.
Kids mistakenly drink wiper fluid at Ark. day care
Thanks EMone
The Fat Jew’s Oscar party on E! Daily 10
Team Facelift: spreadin’ the weirdness like guac.
The Virgins on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon: Wed, Mar 11 2009
Who styled Donald?!
Police Bust Alleged Gang-Promoting Radio Station
Know Your Meme: Boxxy
Rare Pink Dolphin Photo Gallery
Mo’ Albino Dolphin!
Otaku Power – Trivia/Desire/Transformation
‘Radioactive’ sex offender on the run
Eatin’?
It’s Not Easy Being Green – Kermit The Frog Corpse Fashion
How many dead frogs does it take to make you look fly?
Wigger Mackin’ with Stuffed Animal Tigers
Report: Diebold Voting System Has ‘Delete’ Button for Erasing Audit Logs
Obama & Biden chipped or wearing tracking devices?
CIA destroyed 92 interrogation tapes
Advocates applaud AG Holder on marijuana policy
“Medical marijuana advocates applauded Friday after the Obama administration signaled it will halt federal raids on dispensaries, easing a long-standing rift between California and federal law. ”
The slow death of handwriting
How Much Of Our Debt Comes From Drug Money?
War on drug cartels: Mexico under siege
A New Civil War?
U.S. Energy Department Cannot Account for Nuclear Materials at 15 Locations
UPDATE: FEMA CONCENTRATION CAMPS IN UNITED STATES!
Water Supply Will Stay Poisoned With Gender-Bending Chemicals Due To “Carbon Footprint” Of Filtering Systems
Ancient Language of Universal Symbols Discovered
Legalize marijuana
“A new plan to legalize marijuana in California would create a $1 billion tokin’ tax and thousands of green jobs. Now that’s a stimulus plan!”
Fertility Institute Offers Designer Children
SMOKING GUN PROOF THAT ILLUMINATI PLANNED TERRIBLE EVENTS MANY YEARS AGO TO BRING DOWN OUR CULTURE: Part 2
‘Vampire’ discovered in mass grave
Cost of locking up Americans too high
“One in every 31 U.S. adults is in the corrections system”
‘This is off-the-charts weird’
“He often brought drugs or alcohol to work and sometimes had sex with women. At least three of those women were dead”
Stimulus Logo: Branding the U.S. Recovery
Investigation Continues Into KFC Prank Call
“And then they were told by this person on the phone to go outside and disrobe and actually urinate on one another to decontaminate each other,”
Filmmaker plans Eyeborg eye-socket camera
In Drug-Leery Japan, Arrests for Marijuana Are on the Rise
Utah is No. 1 – for online pornography consumption
Pink dolphin appears in US lake
Albino Dolphin!
Africa: Genitals removed while men are alive
“Young men are attacked and their genitals cut off while they are still alive; children’s throats are slit and their organs removed; and border-crossers are caught with bags containing human heads and sexual organs.”
Former Guantanamo detainee tells of ‘medieval’ torture
“…he lived in constant darkness and “came close to insanity” after being forced to listen to the same album by rapper Eminem at top volume for a solid month.”
David Lynch on Product Placement
IggyPop advert
Thanks Vinnie
Guitar Store Shaped Like Giant Amp
The science of selling out
“Iggy Pop’s endorsement of car insurance has prompted accusations of selling out. But does anyone really care any more?”
Turning pregnant bumps into art
Thanks David Canning
Kitten in Bong!
Thanks EMone
Spain arrests ‘cocaine cast’ man
“A Chilean man with a broken leg was arrested at Barcelona airport after his “cast” was found to be made of cocaine not plaster, Spanish police say.” Thanks Espo!
The 20 Most Terrifying Pictures of Ronald McDonald Ever
Water Balloon Poppin’!
Ectoplasmic Acoustics
‘Hipstavore’
LEGO has the Coolest business card ever
$28 Million Chair
typografie: Freshfonts | AUTOBAHN grafisch ontwerp
Obama Gay Scandal!
Fisherman found my lost phone in the belly of a 25lb cod …and it still works after a week in a fish
bombombombomwooooo
Failure sound from The Price Is Right
Rihanna and Chris Brown Are Back Together
YAY!
90-year-old in 8mph mobility scooter takes wrong turn and ends up on highway
Meet the Republican Rapper
Kanye Gay BeeJay
Facebook – Snitchin’ On Yerself
A teenager was fired for commenting on Facebook at work about how she was bored at work.
And The Award For Creepiest Guitar Goes To…
Teenar: The Sexy Girl Guitar
Ugly Bat Boy: One ugly cat
Stephen Powers from Overbrook Video Choices ¬´ Duffed Out Industries
Graff Girl – DJ Lady Tribe
Sun your Buns, or should I say Challah?
NYC Official: Ban Japanese ‘Rape’ Video Game
‘Rapelay’
Boston Graffiti Wars
Thanks Mariondream81!
aNYthing is back! screensaver
Thanks Bjernie!
Rihanna — The Face of a Battered Woman
Anyone else see her horns?
Wu-Tang Clan at Roy Rodgers – RZA in New York 1992
The Original Human TETRIS Performance
Tetris A Theme on Glass Bottles
Giant Six Pound Rat Caught in China
Come to Chinatown, there’s bigger!
Obama Sushi
Shit happens
Lily Allen Gets Fingered
Man ‘waged urine-spray campaign’
A man sprayed a mixture of urine and faeces in two supermarkets, a pub and a bookshop in Gloucestershire
Former nun tells of sex and suffering inside Indian convent
Nunsploitation!
Facebook Yields to User Outrage: Reverts to Old TOS
The Third Eye Video Camera
The Cyber Eye is finally here! Needs a red glow, though.
Guys Cabinet Door Sounds Exactly like Chewbacca!
Touch and Go Records to Stop Releasing New Music, Shut Down Distribution
The Nine Weirdest PSAs Ever Made (VIDEO)
Vicodin Earrings
Freak Bike Accident – View With Caution
Thanks Googs!
Toothy raccoon bit off man’s penis
Thanks Ramon!
>> ‚Ñ¢ RETARD RIOT ‚Ñ¢ <<
The Glob – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nina Hagen and Don Rickles
Thanks Bjarni Einarsson
A Sociologist’s Look at Graffiti
ESPOoooooooooooo!
Touch My Body (Tuts My Barreh) / Karaoke Fail (English subtitles)
Thanks EMone MTV
The Drought – Rappers ‘n Recession
Thanks Billoney!
PAINT MISBEHAVIN’ AS VANDALS HIT CENTRAL PARK
Bullet Proof Weave Womans’s Weave Stops Bullet Saves Her Life In Kansas!
The Dynamic Breakers “ANTI GRAFFITTI Commercial”
“Graffiti Tagger” Falls To His Death On The 826 (MIAMI)
U.S. judges accused of jailing kids for cash
Hitler had shocking table manners, gorged on cake and suffered flatulence, reveals never-before-seen profile
Salt Lake woman with world’s longest fingernails, loses nails in crash
You’ve been knickered, son
A THIEF has been caught with more than 1,600 items of women’s lingerie hidden in the home he shared with his parents.
Geronimo’s Heirs Sue Secret Yale Society Over His Skull
“Ark’eting” the Aaron Bondaroff and Semen Sperms Video Interview
Record Envelope – the little library of factory sleeves
A collection of generic record company 45 sleeves
S E M E N C L A W
W T F
The Bacon Explosion – Take Bacon. Add Sausage. Blog.
Mmmmm…Swine!
The Racial Slur Database
Iraqi Shoe-throwing Sculpture Removed
Thanks Petey!
Heavy Metal Laundry Tips
The Magic (Indoor) Tree House
French fighter planes grounded by computer virus
NYPD cops in crackdown on graffiti punks
Do-It-Yourself Vagina
Ars Erotica: The Erotic Art Museum
I’ve got the world’s biggest boobs
38KKK breasts!
Bacon Flavored Jelly Beans
Pictured: The cow that was zapped by lightning – and survived
Surgeons remove donated kidney through vagina
Man caught with pigeons in his trousers
‘Mom cooks me like a turkey in the oven’
The Beatles – Made Outta Wool!
2009 Northwest Arkansas Ice Storm Pictures
A Teddy Bear for Your Hipster Lifestyle
Cornify – Unicorns & Rainbows On-Demand
The Cramps – Newsletter / FanZine – 1 – 7 (PDF’s)
US Army Has Highest Suicide Rate Since Vietnam War
Ecstasy ‘no more dangerous than horse riding’
China Earthquake A Dam-Induced Disaster?
Kellogg’s Wimps Out Over Phelps’s Bong Hit: What Century Are They Living in?
York City property owner has message for crack dealers
“Deer Crack Dealer,” the message stated. “You kin sell crack on this block and the York City Police will not stop you. They fear you. Crack Rules.”
Shepard Fairey Dodges Criticism at ICA: Street Artists and Copyright Advocates Demand Answers
Shepard Fairey: OBEY my lawyers
Dumb Lip Tattoos
Shepard Fairey, artist of Obama ‘Hope’ poster arrested
Little Island
Get a lil’ robot copy of yerself!
Smoking Toddler
Squid cake
Lucky in Love ‘The Price Is Right’ Hand Embroidery
What’s that Smell? Maple Syrup Mystery Solved
Best Tattoo EVER
Val Kilmer mulls run for N.M. governor
Owner’s sign tells ‘crack dealers’ to sell here
World’s youngest sex-change operation
Pranks involving electronic road signs stir worry
Zombies Ahead!
Teen accused of using Facebook for sexual blackmail
One-night stand man wakes to find lover has carved her name into his arm
Video: Hacker war drives San Francisco cloning RFID passports
Flooded Mcdonald’s
Men smell of cheese; women smell of onion
Cash4Gold Will Offer One-Third of the Actual Value for your Gold
Raids net alleged members of tagger crew that hit L.A., Las Vegas
Top Ten Female Streakers
Little Boy Is on Drugs [VIDEO]
The Fix Is In – Trading Cards
Bart Simpson is a Scientologist
Google Maps Car Hits a Deer, Records Entire Ordeal on Google Maps
Man ‘finds US troop data’ on Used MP3 Player
Drug Money Saving Banks
The United Nations’ crime and drug watchdog has indications that money made in illicit drug trade has been used to keep banks afloat in the global financial crisis
Giant Ant Colony is a World Wonder
Blowfish testicles sicken 7 in Japan
Iron Maiden Eddie as Sponge Bob
Brit Jew marries dolphin
Rectal Foreign Bodies
HIVE OF AFGHAN ADDICTS
GRAND PUBA/BRAND NUBIANS: THE REMIXES
Smart Bombs and War Porn Hit YouTube
Israel Defense Forces use YouTube for propaganda
Hail King Obama: President for life
The ‘Chemtrail’ Hoax – According to the U.S. Air Force
Chemtrails in the Sky Are Evidence of Nefarious Activities for Broad-Based Conspiracy Theorists
Fresh Prince Theme: Gangsta Version
Thanks Naw!
Cops Talk Funny: Operations & Tactics at Officer.com
Pimp My Altar
Bernie Madoff’s Palm Beach House Gets Toilet Papered
Is there really such a thing as … placenta stew?
Placenta Recipes
“Each placenta weighs approximately 1/6 of the baby’s weight. Cut the meat away from the membranes with a sharp knife. Discard the membranes”
Soviet Propaganda Against USA (posters)
Downi Creations – The only collectible quality dolls with realistic Down syndrome features
“Meet our growing family of Down Syndrome Originals¬©”
Downs Syndrome Dolls Again
Black Devil Doll – Movie
Chocolate Bunnies Meltin’!
Stereo Titties
Bevis’ Sis
Philly Malnourished Horses Removed From Crumbling Makeshift Stables
Sorry I blew yer spot up, dudes, but treat yer horses right! Thanks Tim Artz.
Man died in network of tunnels he made through house of rubbish
Thnx Heather!
Crack Whore Confessions Theme Song
Snow Prints
Tennis For Two – The second ever computer game
1958 oscilloscope game!
eBay – A History of Unusual Items
Sneeze Porn!
Gesundheit!
10 Porn Stars Who Twitter
The awfulness of Billy Joel, explained.
The Chippendiddys
Euro Boy Strippers…WTF?!
Orgasmic Birth Movie Trailer
LSD: The Dream Emulator
1998 Sony Playstation game released only in Japan
TurbanMan
Homemade Girl Scout Cookie recipes
Skateboarding in Afghanistan Provides a Diversion From Desolation
Thanks Googs
A list of different paraphilias and sexual fetishes
Comic Book Urban Legends Revealed
CFNM
Walk-By Bukkake
NSFW
1954 Senate Interim Report – Comic Books and Juvenile Delinquency
Home of the Slug Love
Hardcore Banana Slug Sex!
Boy, 14, dupes police, patrols Chicago for 5 hours
A 14-year-old aspiring police officer donned a uniform, walked into a Chicago police station and managed to get an assignment — patroling in a squad car for five hours before he was detected, police said Sunday.
Make your own lock picks – Part 1
What A Nigerian Facebook Scam Looks Like
Pope warns against too much Facebook
3D porn to revolutionise industry
Gold tooth missing after crutch attack
Abandoned Mike Tyson mansion in Ohio
The Shur Shot
Douche/enema nozzle that connects to yer shower
Vintage French Fucking Machines
Bikini Body Builder vs. Rubik’s Cube
Banking with Beanies
Finding parallels to the current financial meltdown in previous bubbles, from Holland’s Tulipomania to the Beanie Baby bubble
Disney Rejection Letter, 1938
Bolivia – The Train Graveyard
Wood Furniture, Wood House, Everything Wood
It’s all wood.
The Cave House
$1,950,000
Weird Deformed Animals
Signs of the Endtimes
Chick Cartoon Tracts
Latest Trend: Myspace Address Tattoos!
Police seize ‘Obama’ brand heroin
“The Smoking Gun Web site, which headlined the story “The Audacity of Dope,” pointed out that drug dealers are fond of brands and frequently misappropriate names for them. Over the years, police have seized bin Laden heroin, Harry Potter Ecstasy and even cocaine branded as Teletubbies, a TV show aimed at toddlers.”
Inside Programmable Road Signs
Web Browsers | EFF Surveillance Self-Defense Project
Government Computer News Pans Printer Dots
For those of you who don’t know, modern printers print a secret tracking code on all yer printouts.
Banker Gives Spankings to 50 Customers
Top 6 Bizarre Body Modifications and Plastic Surgeries
Guards plead not guilty in ‘nightmare’ Rikers beatings
“Three correction officers created a sadistic secret society on a Rikers Island cellblock, ordering prisoners to extort and beat other inmates, prosecutors charged Thursday.”
Kate Moss gets £30,000 Andre graffiti from boyfriend rocker Jamie Hince
AGUA – Work On Paper, Wreck Center, Endorsements
How the Computer gets the answer…
Interactive Installation – Doubles
World Superhero Registry
REAL Heroes
Bird Diapers
Nerd – Wikipedia
The first documented appearance of the word “nerd” is as the name of a creature in Dr. Seuss’s book If I Ran the Zoo (1950)
Little Blue Pills Among the Ways CIA Wins Friends in Afghanistan
Payment Processor Breach May Be Largest Ever
A data breach last year at Princeton, N.J., payment processor Heartland Payment Systems may have compromised tens of millions of credit and debit card transactions, the company said today.
30-pound marijuana brick delivered to wrong address by UPS
Abandoned Amusement Parks in Asia
List of defunct amusement parks
Artificial Virginity Hymen
The best response ever on People’s Court
Henchman’s Helper
Kenny Rogers  lookalike
Sprite Stitch – A video game inspired cross stitch weblog
Mike Tysons Punch-Out Scarf – DIY
Awesome!
Miss World finalist has hands and feet amputated
Skitch Hitchcock and Salt Creek Beach Crew Old School Skateboarding
“That Dogtown stuff is all well and good, but skitch Hitchcock and friends know that OC‚Äôs own Salt Creek Beach crew has left its own mark on the skateboarding world”
Why Nuclear Weapons Are (Still) Bad for the Planet
True Art Crime Heist: Case of the Stolen Rembrandt
Knitters turn to graffiti artists with ‘yarnbombing’
Graffiti artists have added a new tool their traditional aerosol cans – knitting needles and a ball of wool.
Dad’s grow-op busted after baby dials 9-1-1
Sex offender wins $500,000 Alaska lottery
An Alaska lottery held to raise money for a group that helps sexual abuse victims had a surprise winner: a convicted sex offender.
Adolf Hitler, Sisters Taken from Parents’ Home
The Gangster Archives
Mostly graffiti related stuff from the very early Teen Angel’s magazines, with other items of interest thrown in.
Third Eye Camera Skull Pinhole Camera Art
The Don Martin Dictionary
“FAGROOOSH SHUSSHH SHPISHLE FROOM” – A Seashell
7 Things I Learned Working on a Pot Farm
Why is Marijuana Illegal?
Google Trends Subversion: ‚úà ‚ñå‚ñå
Velvet Underground – 1969 press kit
Gaza Rockets – Cookin’ Show
How to Be a Skater Girl
Remember in the old days when you hadda figure things out for yerself, not just Google ‘em?!
Amature Obama Portraits
Creepy Leadbelly Morph Video
I live out my sexual fantasy as an online escort
Whorin’ in Second Life
What’s Inside Obama’s iPod?
Growing Up Star Wars: 1977-1985 Pool
Flikr photoset of how Star Wars influenced/damaged many young lives.
Top 11 compounds in US drinking water
The latest thing to get scared shitless about.
How America Lost the War on Drugs
Chicken McNugget, Step One [PIC]
Mmmmm…soft serve mechanically separated chicken. Thanks Krissy.
Islamic militants ridicule death of Bush cat
Cars: Inside the Rocket-Proof Obamamobile
Casu marzu – Delicious Maggot Cheese!
Zimbabwe introduces $50 billion note
A Billi A Billi A Billi
Top 5 Most Disturbing Breastfeeding Videos of All-Time
Smokin’ Presidents
US veterans sue CIA for alleged drug and mind control experiments
“Rochelle said he was given just one breath of a chemical in aerosol form that kept him drugged for two and a half days, struggling with visions. He said he saw animals coming out of the walls and his freckles moving like bugs under his skin. At one point, he tried to cut the freckles out with a razor.”
Mutant NYC Bed Bugs Impervious to Toxic Attack
Will inauguration have enough port-a-potties?
“This is the largest temporary restroom event in the history of the United States,” he said.
Punk And The Swastika
YouTube Рバカロボ キントレーZ
This shit is weird!
Vintage Smoke Helmets / Gas Masks
Wild lookin’!
Skateboard Truck Table
A Gallery of Medical Marijuana – Slideshows – CNBC
BLACK FLAG My War test press LP w/ Raymond Pettibon art – eBay
I’ve only got it with the poster and press kit.
What’s It Going to Take to Lock Up Drug Company Execs?
A recent article in the New England Journal of Medicine reveals the shocking extent of how corrupt drug companies are.
Delusional Downtown Divas
Flintstones Bedrock City of Custer, SD
Cut-Rate Flintstones Theme Park
US porn industry seeks multi-billion dollar bailout
Porn baron Larry Flynt is seeking a $5 billion bailout from Washington to rejuvenate the industry, which he says is suffering because of the economic downturn.
The Art of the Prank : David Cerny: Detente Czech Style
Art Pranks, Culture Jamming and Reality Hacking, Pranksters
Adobe home found under Marin hippie commune
There were two renowned drug busts in 1969. In one of them, narcotics agents demanded to know who owned all the pot they found. McCoy responded famously, “It belongs to God. I just smoke it.”
AlJazeera’s Version of Amerikkka
Blowjob X-Ray’s
N.O.R.E. Goes Vegan
Thanks Petey
Andre Thomas, Texas Death Row Inmate, Pulls Out Eye, Eats it
On death row for killin’ his wife ‘n daughter ‘n rippin’ their hearts out. “Thomas told police how he put his victims’ hearts in his pocket and left their apartment, took them home, put them in a plastic bag and threw them in the trash.”
‘I tripped and fell … honest’
SHOCKED surgeons were forced to use their imagination after operating on woman with a huge can of hairspray stuck in her bum.
Elderly Woman’s Shoes Grow Into Her Feet
Is this new bio-tech?
Man Covered In Feces Attacks Flight Attendant
Thanks Ramon!

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