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Justin Bieber Smokes Angel Dust

  • In 1997 the US Space Command declared war on the world by committing America to “full spectrum dominance” by 2020, “to close the ever-widening gap between diminishing resources and increasing military commitments”. This do1ctrine was approved and expanded by the Joint Chiefs of Staff in 2000. For Dick Cheney’s Project for the New American Century, however, it did not go far enough. The doctrine was expanded further by the Obama administration, from dominating “land, sea, air and space” to doctrine, ideology and cyberspace. Everything America and its pillars (Britain and Israel) do must, therefore, be understood within the context of “full spectrum dominance”.
  • Imagine finding unexplained condoms around your house and then waking up one night to find your partner having sex with a stranger.
    It might sound like an affair, but what if your “cheating” partner was fast asleep during the act?
    The phenomenon, called sleep sex, was described to doctors at a meeting in Australia
  • So WRONG!
    Thanks Baller.
  • Thirsty? Why not open an ice-cold bottle of pot-infused root beer? A new line of pot-infused beverages masquerading behind soda flavors are now available to patients with a prescription for medical marijuana. Made by Colorado-based Dixie Elixirs, the carbonated drinks are marketed to medicinal-marijuana patients who wish to avoid “weed culture” stigmas.
  • Reminiscent of the “Collar of Obedience” from Star Trek, this new helmet according to it’s creator William J Tyler at Arizona State University, will be able to non-invasively produce all the same effects that are now possible only through deep surgical implants. Employing a form of targeted ultrasound technology, the “Helmet of Obedience” will be able to manipulate pain and motivational centers in the brain at a finer scale than even current magnetic stimulation.
  • There’s a lot of talk these days about America being an empire in decline. Gerald Celente, director of the Trends Research Institute, goes a step further, arguing America is following a similar path as the former Soviet Union. “While the many glaring differences between the two political systems have been exhaustively publicized – especially in the U.S. – the glaring similarities [go] unnoticed,” Celente writes in The Trends Journal, which he publishes.
  • The sect named “Nobilis Ordo Diaboli” – or the “Noble Order of the Devil” – was engaged in the secret worshiping of Satan in the republic of Mordovia in central Russia since 2003. It was organized by medical student Aleksandr Kazakov, 24, and had up to 75 adepts over the years, investigators say.
  • Never been to an Air Sex show before? Here’s what you need to know: it’s a lot like Air Guitar, but instead of rocking out with an imaginary guitar, you’re making sweet and/or filthy love with an imaginary sex partner.
  • Just what did Justin Bieber mean when he reportedly said, “I feel like the Kurt Cobain of my generation, but people just don’t understand me.”
  • The Dirty Smutty Sex Scene: Time Square at Its Pornographic Filthiest
  • A hall full of elderly white people in Medicare-paid scooters, railing against government spending and imagining themselves revolutionaries as they cheer on the vice-presidential puppet hand-picked by the GOP establishment. If there exists a better snapshot of everything the Tea Party represents, I can’t imagine it.

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When The Big Hand Touches The Little Hand

  • In a filthy Shanghai laboratory, chemists make batches of mephedrone – and a new incarnation of the ‘plant food’ linked to the deaths of British teenagers. Never heard of the drugs Eric-1 and Eric-2? That’s the point.
  • Which brings us to cannabis, the greenest fix of all. The same U.N. report finds that a square meter of marijuana cultivation can support 250 dose units of the drug. About the same amount of land—200,000 hectares—is under cultivation for cannabis, cocaine, and heroin around the world, but the cannabis is getting a heck of a lot more people high. For users in the United States, it also has the relative advantage of being produced in large quantities on American soil. About half of our marijuana supply comes from domestic sources—with minimal “drug miles” and a slimmer carbon footprint.
  • I went to my appointment with “Dr C’ in Los Angeles with a shopping list of the most commonly abused types of drug: pain relievers, tranquillisers, stimulants and sedatives. Beforehand, a local addiction specialist, Bernadine Fried, had briefed me on how to approach your doctor like an addict and still come away with fistfuls of pills. The script went like this: “Say, ‘I just went to my first NA meeting, I’m struggling with my addiction. I’m super anxious, but I also have these pain issues from an old injury.’” Fried stops to think. “Right, what do we have there? He should have given you an opiate [painkiller], Xanax [benzodiazepine tranquilliser, a new-generation Valium] and maybe an antidepressant. Now we just need a stimulant, such as Adderall, and a sleeping pill. Say, ‘I’m having a hard time focusing and my work is so important to me and it’s all that’s keeping me going at this difficult time.’ Oh, and then say, ‘I can’t sleep.’”
  • The kits include condoms, needles, syringes, alcohol swabs, push sticks, plastic tubes and cookers. The kits help reduce the risk of transmitting diseases like HIV, AIDS, and hepatitis C by replacing broken and dirty glass tubes drug users commonly use to inhale drugs.
  • Don MacNeil, a retired Glendale police lieutenant and narcotics expert, explained to the officers how the body reacts to drugs. Oxycontin, a painkiller, can reach the brain the fastest, giving the user an instant high, he said. Smoking a drug is the fastest way to get high, he said. The second quickest way is injecting the drug. “Most drugs of abuse are used by smoking,” MacNeil said. Heroin is the most used drug in Los Angeles County, Lorenz told officers. Certain prescription pills that are opiates are also gaining popularity among drug users. A bottle of certain prescription pills, he said, “might as well be 40 bags or balloons of heroin.”
  • A New York company responsible for accepting billboard ads says it rejected one about New York’s marijuana arrest policies because it “attacks” Mayor Michael Bloomberg. DPA Bloomberg billboard Titan 360 initially said they refused the Drug Policy Alliance billboard (above) due to “politics from the Mayor’s office,” then maintained they don’t accept “personal attack” billboards. “It’s a free country,” the Mayor’s office responded. “People can say what they want.”

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