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⬤ VALIE EXPORT. Action Pants: Genital Panic. 1969
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⬤ $1,000 Bagel Is Back in New York City! 💸 https://t.co/Ott14bTW1s

⬤ Vampire Billionaires 😈💉
The Secretive Family Making Billions From the Opioid Crisis https://t.co/9momwJE2lM

⬤ E-cigs are being adapted to smoke heroin, crack cocaine and ecstasy to make detection harder https://t.co/R0YzKIaHSs

⬤ How to Win a War on Drugs https://t.co/lIXZUGd5Ks

⬤ People Are Dying Because of Ignorance, not Because of Opioids https://t.co/gDNjdtjOvF

⬤ ‘Of course it’s loaded you stupid shit’
Final words of GHB user who was fatally shot during drug-fuelled 3some https://t.co/DAchsxMHVB

⬤ RIP Mr. Lahey from Trailer Park Boys

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Equifax Deserves the Corporate Death Penalty https://t.co/c5QqC5dOEP

⬤ The opioid epidemic: How Congress and drug company lobbyists worked to neutralize the DEA https://t.co/oc9XSYb7FL

⬤ Drink Up: High Lead Levels Found in Two InfoWars Supplements https://t.co/NULFjqNnmb

⬤ Monster Marijuana Plants In Oregon
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⬤ Dumbass with ‘I love ketamine’ bumper sticker is pulled over… and busted for K https://t.co/U3XKAf7I4t

⬤ What happens when you take LSD & the visuals don’t stop?
Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder
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⬤ Meth-Laced 7Up Reportedly Found in Mexico https://t.co/3fZzWhzGfx

⬤ Synthetic Pot Laced With Formaldehyde Raises Concern In Dallas https://t.co/kq1VWiVJYX

⬤ Scientists grow human mini-brains in lab then dose them with psychedelic drugs https://t.co/5pcEvEEbkR

⬤ Only A Handful Of People In History Have Ever Overdosed On LSD. This Is What Happened To Them
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⬤ An anarchist takes on the drug industry — by teaching patients to make their own meds https://t.co/BsvIygTEqQ

⬤ Deep In the Heart Of The Congo, Pygmie Tribes Are Selling Weed To Survive
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⬤ Some consider the Sajama Lines to be the largest artwork in the world
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⬤ A Visual History Of Video Companies In The 80’s #VHS https://t.co/SKXzk3rM3I

⬤ Police Reportedly Claim a Brooklyn Teen Consented to Sex in Custody. That’s Impossible. https://t.co/X8YQytpjqy

⬤ ‘Dead Serious’ Pennsylvania GOP Mayoral Candidate Determined to Enact ‘Narco Bunnies’ Plan to Sniff Out Drugs https://t.co/yQpfI4pkmd

⬤ Someone Is Trying to Knock the Dark Web Drug Trade Offline https://t.co/tuBEzvcr5u

⬤ Murderer Of Children Can’t Be Cremated To “Witches’ Sabbath” portion of Hector Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique https://t.co/S7rs2mGMaK

⬤ How Hippies Put on the Worst Music Festival in History https://t.co/fDBgG9Yume

⬤ Eggs are the future
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⬤ Bigfoot Dildo https://t.co/E7fNbY75T7

⬤ Is Nirvana Punk? https://t.co/Vo5SX1OTAh

⬤ Is Nirvana punk? https://t.co/daJGVF8jYQ

⬤ Did Post Malone’s “Rockstar” Get To #1 By Gaming The Billboard System? https://t.co/kUHobuzEFe

⬤ Hustler Founder Larry Flynt Offers $10M for Info Leading to Trump’s Impeachment https://t.co/TFQHLCeVBr

⬤ Harmony Korine’s Newest Stoner Comedy “The Beach Bum” Will Have Weed Smell-O-Vision https://t.co/nJdFayKLpa

⬤ Warning of ‘ecological Armageddon’ after dramatic plunge in insect numbers https://t.co/MGVNCgQ7Il

⬤ Praying mantis watching TV
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⬤ Russian Artist (best known for nailing his scrotum to the ground on Moscow’s Red Square) Burns French Bank
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⬤ How Superstitions and Myths Affect Animal Conservation https://t.co/MWRRhOJTMk

⬤ The Tree That Owns Itself 🌲
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⬤ Take A Peek Inside The Transient, Beautiful Lives Of Emerald Triangle Trimmers (Photos) #Trimmigrants https://t.co/FKCtW61jna

Pot farmer’s dreams go up in smoke during California wildfires 🔥🍁🔥 https://t.co/kmcLxRXxu7

Are Mexican Cartels Behind California’s Wildfires? https://t.co/BAxnqtuaxL

⬤ Fire, Brimstone, and Dioxin: Toxic Smoke from Wine Country Wildfires Threatens Cannabis Crop and Public Health https://t.co/EyN4KWeang

⬤ Suspects’ phones led Northwest investigators to carcasses in one of the biggest poaching cases they’ve ever seen https://t.co/H1WJ3qKKjA

⬤ Police warn 3 drugs could explode onto local streets
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⬤ Philip K. Dick’s High Life – LSD & Speed
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⬤ Magic mushrooms may ‘reset’ the brains of depressed patients https://t.co/3vohILJzL3

⬤ Mobile Phone Companies Appear To Be Selling Your Location To Almost Anyone https://t.co/79UHiAyeYT

⬤ The new urban legend ‘White Van’?
Bizarre Drone Tries To Lure Kids Off School Playground In Ohio
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⬤ Scientists Can Read a Bird’s Brain and Predict Its Next Song https://t.co/Vz8f6gT5pL

⬤ Everything Is Fake: Top 40 Pieces Of Fakery In Our World
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⬤ Adolf Hitler’s underpants have been sold for $6,737 at an auction in the US
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⬤ The Bizarre Story of How Trump Won’t Stop Claiming a Fake Renoir Painting He Owns Is Real
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⬤ Thief in a suitcase robs bus baggage in Paris https://t.co/inmb2IgpKX

⬤ War of the Worlds (1953) Pressbook
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⬤ Found: The Elaborate Coal Belt Buckles of First-Century Women Warriors https://t.co/Mm7skE6jXV

⬤ Biohacker Josiah Zayner is injecting himself with self-edited DNA at home https://t.co/TOYypD49wY

Los Angeles Eyebrows https://t.co/8irH0QYL5f

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Man behind infamous ‘alien autopsy’ video finally reveals the whole truth behind it
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⬤ Little Green Men from UFOs? POW WWII mural at Wright Patt a mystery https://t.co/NhAGBNuEC3

⬤ Controversial ‘Head Transplant’ Doctor Claims Success In Animal Experiments
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⬤ Tech bro founds a religious organization seeking “a Godhead based on Artificial Intelligence”
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⬤ Deep Purple’s “Smoke on Water” one of the first two songs to be encoded into the very fabric of life via DNA editing
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⬤ Even Pokémon Go used by extensive Russian-linked meddling effort
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⬤ How Facebook Outs Sex Workers https://t.co/MoFGGoaxoU

⬤ Can You be Hacked by the World Around You? https://t.co/qoZ7DyClav

⬤ For sale: (1) Chuck E. Cheese’s animatronic band
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⬤ Camping With John Waters and His Band of ‘Filthy Freaks’ https://t.co/0gW2fNJ36H

⬤ Weinstein: “just stand there and shut up” before reportedly ejaculating into a potted plant
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⬤ Hollywood’s long ugly history with sexual harassment https://t.co/x95ptfNZdH

⬤ Pussycat Doll ‘I Wasn’t In a Girl Group, I Was in a Prostitution Ring’: Pop Super Star Exposes Hollywood Sex Slavery
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⬤ A man with a tattoo on his forehead that reads, “I’m a pornstar & I fuck teen sluts” Arrested On Groping Allegation
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⬤ Where ‘Hitler’ doesn’t mean anything
“Hitler: Reloaded” Clothing https://t.co/q0zwUgPrkC

⬤ The Lost Worlds of Wim Wenders’s Polaroids https://t.co/4h1v5oqkzi

⬤ Who vacations in war zones?https://t.co/gltE8nphgl

⬤ Every crate digger’s nightmare:
Record store has ‘Whipped Cream and Other Delights’ and nothing else
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⬤ Someone cosplayed the Javits Center at this year’s New York Comic-Con (which is held at the Javits Center)
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⬤ Driverless Cars Are Giving Engineers a Headache
Need power for 50 to 100 laptops continuously running in the trunk https://t.co/vg3LHMMzij

⬤ The Documentary, Beats, Rhymes and Justice: Hip Hop on Rikers Island https://t.co/aSqSnGVc8M

⬤ Haah, Superchunk cover Corrosion Of Conformity ‘Mad World’
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⬤ The Insane Story of How Pimp C Hated the “Big Pimpin” Beat, Refused to Travel for Video Shoot
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⬤ Preacher Destroys Eminem and Defends Trump
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⬤ Kodak Black Diamond Teeth Wont Stop Bleeding At Dentist Office
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⬤ Young Thug Starts MAKING OUT with Lil Uzi Vert’s New YSL Chain!
Nice Marilyn Manson piece, duuude.
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Coca Cola Abortion

Coca Cola Abortion
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County Will Pay $15.5 Million To Man Who Spent 22 Months In Solitary Confinement

When he was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and other charges in 2005, Stephen Slevin had no way of knowing that an opinion about his mental state would put him on a path to spend more than 22 months of solitary confinement in a New Mexico county jail, despite never having his day in court. This week, he reached a $15.5 million settlement with Dona Ana County.
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Bronx Zoo Jumper’s Mom Blames Adderall Addiction For Tiger Den Leap
If you reach back into the dark crevices of your memory to last September, you may recall that a man was mauled by a tiger after he jumped out of the Bronx Zoo’s Wild Asia Monorail and into a tiger den. David Villalobos, 25, told police at the time that he jumped because he wanted “to be one with the tiger,” not because of any suicidal impulses. But his mother begs to differ: she claims her son’s mind was warped because of Adderall addiction. And she thinks the tiger incident may have saved his life: “He was always interested in animals, and we brought him up as a Christian, but Adderall changed his way of thinking,” his mom, Fernanda, told Lawyers and Settlements.
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Mother Seen in YouTube Video Letting Her Toddler Take a Bong Hit Says It Was a Joke ‘That Wasn’t Really Funny’

Police arrested a young mother from Centralia, Washington, last week after footage surfaced on YouTube showing her allowing her 22-month-old son to inhale marijuana smoke from a bong. 24-year-old Rachelle Braaten was charged with delivery of a controlled substance to a minor as well as manufacture of marijuana after officers found as many as 40 marijuana plants inside her home. Several weapons were also found.
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‘Sippin’ on Syrup’ Rapper — Justin Bieber’s Gotta Learn … SIZZURP KILLS

Three 6 Mafia rapper DJ Paul — famous for his song “Sippin’ on Some Syrup” — has some words of advice for Justin Bieber … stay away from sizzurp, or you could die. Paul was out in Vegas this week when we asked him about the photos circulating of Justin Bieber — showing the singer surrounded by double cups and codeine — and the rapper tells us, Bieber’s playing with fire. Paul says, “I can’t say don’t do [sizzurp] because I did my rounds with it. But I stay away from it these days because I had a lot of friends that passed away from it. It’s dangerous if you do too much of it.”
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LSD death would be state first, officials say

A Roane County woman who died after taking two doses of LSD could be the first reported acid-related fatality in the state and one of the few documented globally. Prosecutors are still awaiting toxicology results to make that distinction. An autopsy hasn’t been completed on Renee Honaker, 30, of Left Hand, who died last week. Lab results for the acid strips she allegedly took aren’t back yet either, Roane County Prosecuting Attorney Josh Downey said on Saturday. Police charged Renee’s husband, Todd Anthony Honaker, 34, with first-degree murder after the couple apparently each took two hits of LSD on March 1. Renee later fell to the floor, began convulsing and died. Police also charged Chad M. Renzelman, 32, of Kennewick, Wash., the chemist they said manufactured the drug, with first-degree murder. He is being held in jail awaiting extradition to West Virginia.
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When a drug costs 30 times what it once did

Diane Shattuck filled a prescription in December for a generic antibiotic called doxycycline. With insurance, she paid $4.30 for 60 pills at a CVS store in Orange. She returned at the end of February to refill her prescription. This time, she was told her cost for the drug would be about $165. “It was bizarre,” Shattuck, 73, told me. “And no one at CVS could explain why the price was so high.” Unfortunately, I won’t be able to offer a clear-cut answer, either. But my effort to untangle Shattuck’s situation cast a harsh light on the shadowy world of drug pricing. It revealed that different manufacturers can charge wildly different prices for what is essentially the same generic medicine, and that drugstores can rake in unconscionable profits by passing along marked-up meds to customers without the slightest explanation. “It’s a very murky world,” said Jeffrey McCombs, a professor of pharmaceutical economics and policy at USC.
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Naked man declares he loves cocaine and needs more

A 21-year-old man who told officers he loved cocaine and needed more cocaine was arrested after he was caught running naked through an apartment complex. On Feb. 24 the Crestview Police Department received numerous reports from Bel-Aire Apartments about a man running naked and yelling through the complex. At one point he tried to get into a car of a woman and her young child.  When lawmen arrived the man, now wearing pajama pants, leaped onto the hood of the patrol car and wouldn’t get down until ordered. He lay down on the grass nearby, where he made several comments about loving cocaine and needing more cocaine.
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After 100 LSD-Fueled Sex Encounters, Man with No Penis to Build New one Out of Arm Skin

At 21 Andrew got a job at Butlins in Minehead, Somerset, and during that time he experimented with drugs such as ecstasy and LSD as a way of dealing with the psychological effects of being born without his manhood. He said: “By taking drugs I gave myself the perfect cover. “I’d bed girls but said things could only go so far because the drugs meant I couldn’t rise to the occasion. “I’ve been to bed with over 100 women. Some were one-night stands, some long-term relationships. I’ve told 20 per cent of them the truth. “The fact I didn’t just want to get my leg over made me more attractive to women. I had charm and patter because it wasn’t all about sex.”
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Heroin addicts bored by not having to score drugs

Heroin addicts in Denmark, who are given state-sponsored fixes, say they are bored now that they don’t have to chase drugs, a non-profit group says. Once drug addicts end up admitted into a heroin clinic they receive twice-daily prescription doses of state-funded heroin, the Fyens Stiftstidende reported. Mette Guul, head of Reden Odense, a YWCA center for abused women and prostitutes in Aarhus, said many don’t know how to handle their newly found free time, the Fyens Stiftstidende said. “The women say they are lonely, bored and do not know what to do now that they do not have to chase the drugs anymore,” Guul told the newspaper.
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“The Bible” producers dismiss Obama-Satan connection

The producers of History Channel’s “The Bible” miniseries say Internet chatter that their Satan character resembles President Barack Obama is “utter nonsense.”
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Ever wonder what your children do during spring break? Shocking pictures reveal the outrageous antics of college students gone wild

A teenage boy opened a can of Bud Lite then drank it off a girl’s breasts. When the story was later recounted to another partygoer who was wearing a cap with the word ‘t*****s’ on it, he said: ‘Awesome!’ During an aborted attempt to drink out of a beer bong, a girl ended up covered in Budweiser. He male friend said, pointing to her t-shirt: ‘You got it wet, take it off!’ He added, pointing to his large bottle of Miller Lite: ‘Whatever he says is the rules.’ Soon after the casualties began to appear. A portly woman who could no longer stand was hauled out of the crowd by two male companions where she became abusive towards them. A teenage girl collapsed behind the toilets with saucer like eyes and vacant look to her face.
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Home Abortion Needs Just One 12 oz Bottle Coca Cola

Thought of as a soft drink. Strong enough to kill. Yes. One 12 oz oca Cola is all it takes to end a human life. Many women when late try to end their pregnancy, in poor countries, and over a period of time, they’ve worked out the best way to do it. All they need is a 12 oz bottle of Coca Cola. This they boil for fifteen minutes. Then they leave it out in the midday sun from morning til afternoon. This must do something to alter the chemical composition, because that alone, when drunk, can be fully effective to cause an abortion. They only add headache pills to beef up the solution, and whack, the pregnancy’s over. It works in about half of cases, my partner assures me. Her friends have used it successfully.
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O.J. Simpson murder attempt fails thanks to ‘The Girls’ in prison

“The guards sounded the sirens from the prison towers and rushed in with tear gas guns and other firepower. At first, O.J. was watching all this from a distance and didn’t even notice that two inmates were approaching him. “Then, one of ‘The Girls’ spotted a flash of metal. It was sunlight reflect­ing from the blade of a knife wielded by a skinhead rushing at O.J. At the same time, another one of ‘The Girls’ saw an attacker coming from the other side. “The two skinheads charged toward O.J. They lunged at him and slashed at his face, coming close to cutting him. Luck­ily, they were blocked by his girly-man buddies. They may act like chicks but, believe me, they’re darn tough.”
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DUI charges filed against cop in deadly, wrong-way LSD crash

Terrell Garrett faces two counts of aggravated driving under the influence and two counts of reckless homicide, according to Sally Daly, spokeswoman at the Cook County state’s attorney’s office. Charges were filed on Saturday afternoon. Garrett allegedly drove the wrong way on Lake Shore Drive, striking two cars head on in the southbound lane near LaSalle around 4 a.m. Friday morning. Two people — Fabian Torres, 27, and Joaquin Garcia, 25– were killed. A third person was treated at the hospital and released.
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How Cells from an Aborted Fetus are Used to Create Novel Flavor Enhancers For Pepsi

“So what exactly is this magic ingredient that will be appearing in a new version of Pepsi, and how is it made? Unfortunately, those questions are hard to answer. Senomyx… refers to them only as ‘enhancers’ or ‘ingredients’… The products work by triggering receptors on the tongue and tricking your taste buds into sensing sweetness — or saltiness or coolness, in the case of the company’s other programs… So are Senomyx’s covert ingredients safe? That, too, is anyone’s guess… many of its enhancers have ‘been granted’ GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) status, but all that means is that the company did its own assessment and then concluded everything was fine. We don’t know whether Senomyx did any testing since the company isn’t required to submit anything to the FDA.14 There’s no reason to think that Senomyx’s products will cause harm, but until or unless Pepsi decides to share details about how exactly it’s achieving a 60 percent reduction in sugar while keeping the taste …
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Facebook finally admits to tracking non-users

Facebook officials are now acknowledging that the social media giant has been able to create a running log of the web pages that each of its 800 million or so members has visited during the previous 90 days. Facebook also keeps close track of where millions more non-members of the social network go on the Web, after they visit a Facebook web page for any reason. Allegations from Ireland’s Data Protection Commissioner that Facebook was creating “shadow profiles” of non-users were initially refuted by Facebook’s spokesman Andrew Noyes, who said categorically that “The allegations are false.” But Facebook spokesman Barry Schnitt, engineering director Arturo Bejar, engineering manager Gregg Stefancik, corporate spokeswoman Jaime Schopflin, and Noyes have now revealed the extent of the company’s tracking. As previously thought, Facebook are using cookies to track anyone who visits a Facebook.com page.
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WE PETITION THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION TO: change the national anthem to R. Kelly’s 2003 hit “Ignition (Remix).”

We, the undersigned, would like the Obama administration to recognize the need for a new national anthem, one that even a decade after its creation, is still hot and fresh out the kitchen. America has changed since Francis Scott Key penned our current anthem in 1814. Since then, we have realized that after the show, it’s the afterparty, and that after the party, it’s the hotel lobby, and–perhaps most importantly–that ’round about four, you’ve got to clear the lobby, at which point it’s strongly recommended that you take it to the room and freak somebody. President Obama: we ask you to recognize the evolution of this beautiful country and give us an anthem that better suits the glorious nation we have become.
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The End of the Hangup

In the context of such gravity, the hangup had a clear and forceful meaning. It offered a way of ending a conversation prematurely, sternly, aggressively. Without saying anything, the hangup said something: we’re done, go away. My father took great pride in hanging up our model 554 phone violently when something went awry. An inbound wrong number dialed twice in a row, or an unwelcome solicitor. Clang! The handset’s solid mass crashed down on the hook, the bell assembly whimpering from the impact. The mechanical nature of telephones made hangups a material affair as much as a social one. A hangup is something your interlocutor could feel physically as much as emotionally, and something you couldn’t downplay either. Like slamming a door or yelling at a child, hanging up a phone couldn’t be subdued or hidden.
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Top DHS Checkpoint Refusals [Video]

Checkpoints (some would say illegal checkpoints) have been popping up quite frequently in the USA. As you see in this video, you DO NOT have to comply with their question’s or demands. Don’t forget, you have rights.
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What are my rights at various “checkpoints”?

There are four general types of checkpoints you might encounter: DUI checkpoints, US border checkpoints, drug checkpoints, and TSA checkpoints. In a legal sense, they are not all created equal. So depending on which one you encounter, you’ll want to be prepared to flex your rights appropriately.
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Stop The Cyborgs

Google has the marketing power to make acting like ‘Creepy Cameraman’ socially acceptable. Would you have even considered wearing a hidden spy camera or recording conversations a few years ago? Well soon everyone will be doing it and finding you odd for objecting. There is no way to know if you are being recorded by someone wearing Google Glass or a similar device. This is in contrast to a smart phone where the user must visibly hold the camera up to take a picture or record video. We must therefore assume that we are being recorded at all times(and possibly publicly broadcast) from a low angle where ones face is clearly visible. Even if the user is not recording video, audio for their own use it may still be being collected and processed in the cloud in order to display contextual information using image, object, face, voice identification and speech recognition. (so called augmented reality) for example. Display the G+ or Facebook profile of the person you are looking at.
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Google Glass: The opposition grows

The opposition will congregate in dark corners. They will whisper with their mouths, while their eyes will scan the room for spies wearing strange spectacles. The spies will likely be men. How many women would really like to waft down the street wearing Google Glass? It won’t be easy. Once you’ve been cybernated, there’s no turning back. Which is why the refuseniks are already meeting in shaded corners of the Web. One site is called “Stop The Cyborgs.” It claims to be “fighting the algorithmic future one bit at a time.” A sticker being offered on the “Stop The Cyborgs” Web site. It’s going to take a lot of bitty fighting, but the people behind this site — they’re naturally anonymous, in an attempt to stop Google spying on them — say they’re fighting Google Glass in particular. They say that it will herald a world in which “privacy is impossible and corporate control total.”
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The Internet is a surveillance state

So, we’re done. Welcome to a world where Google knows exactly what sort of porn you all like, and more about your interests than your spouse does. Welcome to a world where your cell phone company knows exactly where you are all the time. Welcome to the end of private conversations, because increasingly your conversations are conducted by e-mail, text, or social networking sites. And welcome to a world where all of this, and everything else that you do or is done on a computer, is saved, correlated, studied, passed around from company to company without your knowledge or consent; and where the government accesses it at will without a warrant. Welcome to an Internet without privacy, and we’ve ended up here with hardly a fight.
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Crown casino hi-tech scam nets $32 million

The Herald Sun understands remote access to the venue’s security system was given to an unauthorised person. Images relayed from cameras were then used to spy on a top-level gaming area where the high roller was playing. Signals were given to him on how he should bet based on the advice of someone viewing the camera feeds. Sources said the total stolen was $32 million. The cameras at Crown are state-of-the-art, high-resolution technology. They are capable of transmitting the most intricate detail of goings-on inside the building.
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Police win Oakland ‘criminal triathlon’

An alleged auto thief tried to escape capture by car, foot and boat Wednesday but was caught in Oakland with the help of several law-enforcement agencies that surrounded him by air, land and sea, authorities said. Terry Rizzo was caught after he ditched a stolen car, fled on foot and dove into the Oakland Estuary before trying to escape in a sailboat, said Alameda County sheriff’s Sgt. J.D. Nelson. Rizzo, surrounded by officers on the ground and others in a helicopter and a boat, eventually gave up and was booked into a downtown Oakland jail on warrants for theft and auto theft. “I’ve seen a lot of people try to avoid being arrested, but they don’t usually go through a criminal triathlon to get away,” said Nelson, who added that Rizzo had a small amount of methamphetamine in his possession when arrested.
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This Homemade ‘Flying Car’ Can’t Exactly Fly, But It Still Turns Heads

When Bruce Tomb realized that flying cars weren’t on the imminent horizon, he decided to make his own. The outcome might not be what you’d expect. With the help of some friends, Tomb created “Maria del Camino.” She’s an excavator topped with a 1959 El Camino, mounted on a hydraulic array that lifts it high off the ground. Her body is adorned with thousands of drilled-out holes, and her hood sports a portrait of the robot woman from Fritz Lang’s Metropolis, which shines when the light hits it. In simple terms, it’s nothing but sheer magnificence. Maria is currently being worked on at the DIY space Nimby in Oakland California. We stopped by to ask Tomb how — and why — he built his “flying” car, and he took us for a beer run, stopping traffic along the way. As for future modifications, Tomb has a big one in mind. “Been working on removing the manual controls,” he says. “I’ve heard driverless cars are all the rage!”
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Does Poland Spring Water Actually Come From Poland Spring?

Following Rubio’s “Watergate” incident, Peter Gleick, the president of the Pacific Institute and author of the book Bottled and Sold: The Story Behind Our Obsession with Bottled Water, took to Twitter to ask Nestlé, owner of the brand, just how much Poland Spring bottled water is actually from the iconic source in Maine. He’d been trying, he says, for years to get an answer to that question. This time, he got one: about a third.
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Metlac Bridge Veracruz, Mexico
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Free Snitch: France demands Twitter reveal IDs over hate speech

French and US legislation is colliding over a case of online hate-speech. Twitter, an American company, has been ordered by a French Court to reveal personal data of users posting anti-Semitic messages.
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Pop Vitamin C Tablets, Get a Kidney Stone
Vitamin supplements are popular items these days. Vitamin C is particularly popular in the winter, when people pop tablets at the first sign of a cold. However, data indicates that vitamin C doesn’t actually prevent colds, but long-term use may slightly reduce the severity or duration of a cold when you do catch one. So, should we all start popping vitamin C tablets every day? Probably not. A new study in JAMA Internal Medicine showed that men who took 1,000-mg tablets of vitamin C were twice as likely to develop kidney stones as men who did not take vitamin C supplements. (See chart below.) The effect was not observed for men who took multivitamins.
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Tennessee police confuse Buckeye logo with pot icon

Jonas-Boggioni said she hadn’t been speeding so she wondered why police were pulling her over. “They were very serious,” she said. “They had the body armor and the guns.” One of the officers asked her, “What are you doing with a marijuana sticker on your bumper?” Jonas-Boggioni, a longtime Buckeyes fan who grew up in Columbus — and is president of the Ohio State Alumni Club in the Dallas-Fort Worth area — told the officer what the decal actually represents but she said he didn’t seem to get it. “He looked at me like I was speaking a foreign language,” she said. Jonas-Boggioni’s husband, Guido, 66, got out of the car to show the police his sweatshirt — an item from Ohio State’s 2002 national-championship season, sporting a Buckeye leaf. One of the officers said someone outside his jurisdiction had seen the logo on Jonas-Boggiono’s car and thought it might mean the car was carrying pot, the Dispatch said. “It’s just amazing they would be that dumb,” said.
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Did God Rods Cause A US Space Weapon,  Not Meteors, To Hit Russia And Cuba?

God Rods are the ultimate bunker busters, which strike with Luciferian power despite their name, which came no doubt from the apocalyptic corps of evangelical graduates of the Air Force Academy. To prepare a God Rod assault on Iran’s hardened nuclear bunkers, the USAF dual-chamber orbital ship would be positioned into a slower near-geostationary orbit over the Caspian Sea. The Rods from God are depleted uranium rods sheathed in a ceramic foam shell, which prevents friction-caused searing vaporization during re-entry. The DU rods rely on kinetic energy from gravity acceleration reaching supersonic speeds along a close-to vertical trajectory. Upon impact with the Earth’s surface, the ceramic shell is shattered into powder, while the DU becomes a red-hot searing liquid fire that burns through rock and concrete. Turning into dust and gas, the depleted uranium will ignite the air inside any bunker or tunnel, creating shock waves that cause the roof to cave in.
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Chevy Chase landlord used tiny cameras to peep on tenants

It was an article in Cosmopolitan magazine about hidden cameras, according to the woman’s attorney, that got her thinking about the smoke alarm inside her Chevy Chase apartment — the one over her bed, the one allegedly put there by her landlord. She and her boyfriend examined the device. What they found, police say, started an investigation that has the landlord facing a March 4 trial in Montgomery County District Court on charges of secretly recording three tenants while they were nude or engaged in intimate acts with their boyfriends.
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Fish Get Stoned, Too

Human anti-anxiety meds are making fish tweak out, according to a study published in the latest issue of Science. No, this has nothing to do with the small, but dedicated group of pet-owners who try to blow pot smoke into their animals’ faces (or bowls). On a larger scale, researchers have shown that highly-medicated humans and farms are regularly dosing fish through treated wastewater in rivers and streams, and with everything from antidepressants to estrogen. This paper, however, shows that fish respond in a very curious way to benzodiazepines, a class of drugs that includes meds like Klonopin, Xanax, and Valium, and one of the most popularly prescribed and abused drug types in the world.
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Chris Dorner Last Stand Survival Game [Video]

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New Video Game Perversely Portrays Dorner as Hero

In the wake of quadruple-murder suspect Christopher Dorner’s death in a cabin near Big Bear, some are perversely making him out to be some sort of larger-than-life mythical folk figure. And now, the latest twist: there’s a new video game featuring the vengeful cop-killer as a hero. The video game is called ‘Chris Dorner’s Last Stand: A True American Hero.’ The on-line community that created the game is named 4-Chan. In the shoot-’em-up style game, the player plays as if he were Dorner, and the goal — dripping with anti-law enforcement sentiment — is to shoot and kill police officers. Play in the game begins with Dorner in a secluded cabin, which features a portrait of Charlie Sheen on the wall. Dorner is armed with an assault rifle. Arnold Schwarzenegger is inserted into the game as one of Dorner’s enemies. In addition to the violence, the game is rife with racist overtones. Critics of the game are describing it as sick and anti-American.
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shit MANarchists say [Video]

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Euthanize a Cat At Home

In the event that it is impossible to find a vet who is willing to come to the owner’s home to euthanize it or the owner cannot afford it, American Veterinary Association, known as the AVMA for short, recommends carbon dioxide as the only method that pet owners can use safely at home. Carbon dioxide is heavier than air and virtually odorless. At concentrations of 7.5 percent it acts as an analgesic while a 30 to 40 percent concentration can serve as an anesthetic. High concentrations at 80 percent or more can cause a quick death. However, it is not a painless one, so the individual who is performing the euthanasia must start with a small concentration to induce an analgesic, then gradually increase the concentration until it turns into an anesthetic effect. Once the animal is unconscious, it is safe to increase the concentration to end its life without causing it further pain. The AVMA has approved the use of carbon dioxide for small animals.
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Sea slug’s ‘disposable penis’ surprises

Sea slugs are not the only animals who abandon their penis. Orb weaving spiders are known to lose their male organs after sex, as does a sea creature called the periwinkle and land slugs belonging to the genus Ariolimax. However the researchers believe that Chromodoris reticulata is the first creature known that can re-grow its appendage – and its disposable penis gives it a sexual advantage. The Japanese team says that in the first act of copulation the penis may be used to remove any sperm left by any competitors that its partner has mated with. With the first penis and the rival sperm then abandoned, the second penis can be used to inject the sea slug with another dose of its own sperm, ensuring that their genes are the ones that are passed on.
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Teen mob covers commuter train with graffiti

Around 70 youngsters yanked the emergency brakes on a commuter train with passengers in the Moscow region, covered it with graffiti and fled causing an estimated damage of 500,000 rubles, the Moscow Railway said on Wednesday. Its press office said that the entire train of 12 carriages had to be repainted after the incident while the perpetrators had not yet been caught.
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Billionaires Secretly Funded Vast Climate Denial Network

Conservative billionaires used a secretive funding route to channel nearly $120 million to more than 100 groups casting doubt about the science behind climate change, the Guardian has learned. The funds, doled out between 2002 and 2010, helped build a vast network of think tanks and activist groups working to a single purpose: to redefine climate change from neutral scientific fact to a highly polarizing “wedge issue” for hardcore conservatives. The millions were routed through two trusts, Donors Trust and the Donors Capital Fund, operating out of a generic town house in the northern Virginia suburbs of Washington, DC. Donors Capital caters to those making donations of $1 million or more.
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Most Terrorist Plots in the US Aren’t Invented by Al Qaeda — They’re Manufactured by the FBI

In the ten years following 9/11, the FBI and the Justice Department convicted more than 150 people following sting operations, though few had any connection to real terrorists.
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Chikan

Groping women on the subway is so common in Japan they have a name for it – Chikan. And lots of designers seem to be kept in business doing posters warning against it.
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Ewww! Mom busted passing convict son drugs during icky French Kiss

A ‘loving’ mom visiting her son in a New York jail French kissed him to pass over drugs, according to police. Kimberly Margeson, 54, is alleged to have given William Partridge, 30, two strong Oxycodone painkiller pills when they locked lips during a visit on Tuesday last week.
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Indian Graffiti Artists Have Big Balls

No eight armed elephant will save you from that fall.
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Photos of Rappers Eating Burgers

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Dougal Dixon – Man After Man : An Anthropology of the Future (1990)

“The book begins with the impact of genetic engineering. For 200 years modern humans morphed the genetics of other humans to create genetically-altered creatures. The aquamorphs and aquatics are marine humans with gills instead of lungs. One species – the vacuumorph – has been engineered for life in the vacuum of space. Its skin and eyes carry shields of skin to keep its body stable even without pressure. Civilization eventually collapses, with a few select humans escaping to colonize space. The humans that manufactured these species degrade to simple farmers and following a magnetic reversal, were driven to extinction. Other humans, the Hitek, become almost totally dependent on cybernetic technology. With Magnetic reversal imminent, the Hitek built genetically altered humans to occupy niches: Genetically-altered humans include a temperate woodland species, a prairie species, a jungle species, and a tundra-dwelling species.
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Guy Dresses Up as Facebook Users and Sends them Friend Requests

After searching Facebook for people with the same name as his, redditor CasinoRoy replicated their profile picture, and sent them a friend request. The reactions were mostly “Who the hell are you?!” and “What the hell man?!”
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JA Rolling Stone interview 1995

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Teaching IBM’s Watson the meaning of ‘OMG’

Case in point: Two years ago, Brown attempted to teach Watson the Urban Dictionary. The popular website contains definitions for terms ranging from Internet abbreviations like OMG, short for “Oh, my God,” to slang such as “hot mess.” But Watson couldn’t distinguish between polite language and profanity — which the Urban Dictionary is full of. Watson picked up some bad habits from reading Wikipedia as well. In tests it even used the word “bullshit” in an answer to a researcher’s query. Ultimately, Brown’s 35-person team developed a filter to keep Watson from swearing and scraped the Urban Dictionary from its memory. But the trial proves just how thorny it will be to get artificial intelligence to communicate naturally. Brown is now training Watson as a diagnostic tool for hospitals. No knowledge of OMG required.
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Crooks Net Millions in Coordinated ATM Heists

Organized cyber criminals stole almost $11 million in two highly coordinated ATM heists in the final days of 2012, KrebsOnSecurity has learned. The events prompted Visa to warn U.S. payment card issuers to be on high-alert for additional ATM cash-out fraud schemes in the New Year. atmafterdarkAccording to sources in the financial industry and in law enforcement, the thieves first struck on Christmas Eve 2012. Using a small number of re-loadable prepaid debit cards tied to accounts that they controlled, scammers began pulling cash out of ATMs in at least a dozen countries. Within hours, the perpetrators had stolen approximately $9 million. Then, just prior to New Year’s Eve, the fraudsters struck again, this time attacking a card network in India and making off with slightly less than $2 million, investigators say. The accounts that the perpetrators used to withdraw money from ATMs were tied to re-loadable prepaid debit cards, which can be replenished with additional funds once de…
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Facebook owns up – admits network breached, blames “Java in the browser”

Last month, Facebook Security discovered that our systems had been targeted in a sophisticated attack. This attack occurred when a handful of employees visited a mobile developer website that was compromised. The compromised website hosted an exploit which then allowed malware to be installed on these employee laptops.
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2 NJ men sue Subway over short footlong sandwiches

Two New Jersey men sued Subway this week, claiming the world’s biggest fast-food chain has been shorting them by selling so-called footlong sandwiches that measure a bit less than 12 inches. The suit, filed Tuesday in Superior Court in Mount Holly, may be the first legal filing aimed at the sandwich shops after an embarrassment went viral last week when someone posted a photo of a footlong and a ruler on the company’s Facebook page to show that the sandwich was not as long as advertised.
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Please Rob Me: Newspaper ‘Vacation Hold’ Edition

Today I saw another example of using information about people’s location against them, when four men were arrested for using the Los Angeles Times “vacation hold” list to target and burglarize subscribers who would not be at home. CBS News reports that one of the men arrested worked as a contracted office machine repairman for the paper’s distributors, and was able to steal the vacation hold list from distributor warehouses. He then allegedly gave the names and addresses of the vacationing homeowners to three suspected thieves, who are all now in custody. The scheme allowed the burglars to allegedly hit at least 25 homes over a three year period in California
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UNESCO head ‘deeply shocked’ by fake Nazi rail car at Belgian Carnival

UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova said she learned with “deep indignation” about the fake Nazi rail car that paraded during a Carnival in Belgium where SS officers revel and drink champagne, to the tune of popular German songs. The rail car was reminiscent of those used to deport Jews to concentration camps during the Holocaust. Photos in the Belgian press showed the men dressed in full Nazi regalia with a Hasidic Jewish boy character on a rail car, decorated with posters depicting pails labeled, “Zyklon,” the chemical used in the Nazi gas chambers.

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Drowning Liberty

  • WANT to learn a musical instrument, but can’t find the time to practise? A device now under development can take control of your hand and teach you how to play a tune. No spirits of dead musicians are involved.

    PossessedHand, being developed jointly by the University of Tokyo, Japan, and Sony Computer Science Laboratories, also in Tokyo, electrically stimulates the muscles in the forearm that move your fingers. A belt worn around that part of the subject’s arm contains 28 electrode pads, which flex the joints between the three bones of each finger and the two bones of the thumb, and provide two wrist movements. Users were able to sense the movement of their hands that this produced, even with their eyes closed. “The user’s fingers are controlled without the user’s mind,” explains Emi Tamaki of the University of Tokyo, who led the research.

  • 130 years ago, legendary outlaw Billy the Kid had his “picture made” in Fort Sumner, New Mexico, posing for what is now considered the most recognizable photo of the American West. A single, original tintype is the only authenticated photo of the Kid in existence today…

    Nearly as legendary as the kid himself, the photo has been studied, copied, scrutinized, portrayed in films, re-imagined, and immortalized. Once thought to prove Billy was “The Left Handed Gun,” it later proved he was not.

  • As U2 took to the stage a balloon decorated with the message “U Pay Your Tax 2” was removed from the Glastonbury crowd
  • “Imagine the guts of this gang of young hoodlums. One was 11 years old. The others arrested ranged from 12 to 16 years old. They planned this out earlier in the day on a social networking site. It was pre-planned. They got on the El, got off at 69th Street Terminal and walked up the hill to Sears.”
  • A Washington Heights doctor was busted in a $700,000 Medicaid scam for prescribing HIV drugs to a stunning 150 patients who did not have the virus – and billing the public health system for their care, prosecutors said.
  • Just decades ago, the gray whale hasn’t strayed to the Northern Atlantic since the 18th century. The Neodenticula seminae, a species of algae, hasn’t been there in 800,000 years. Now, members of both species have been spotted in the Northern Atlantic.

    Scientists believe the accelerated melting of the earth’s polar caps due to global warming over the last few decades is responsible for the reintroductions.

  • Kids hoot and yammer so loudly that their ruckus drowns out the teacher. A trash can is overturned in class and dumped. Grimy floors are littered with sunflower-seed shells, spit out by the hundreds.

    Books and supplies fly out the windows. Mouse droppings are everywhere, even on the computers.

    MS 344, the Academy of Collaborative Education in Harlem, is a hellhole where teachers should get combat pay — they are cursed, assaulted and sometimes groped.

    “It was literally war,” said a teacher who once found a sticky used condom in her purse. “I was pushed, shoved, scratched, thrown against the wall, spit on and pickpocketed. I just wanted peace.”

  • After months of prowling Internet chat rooms, posing as the mother of two young daughters, Detective Michele Deery thought she had a live one: “parafling,” a married, middle-aged man who claimed he wanted to have sex with her kids. But was he just playing a twisted game of seduction? Both the policewoman and her target give the author their versions of the truth, in a case that challenges the conventional wisdom about online sexual predators, and blurs the lines among crime, “intent,” and enticement.
  • Top Flight Crew Vs. Hampshire Towers Crew Fight @ D.C. Caribbean Fest 2011. Kids in D.C. Going HAM-BURGER @ tha Caribbean fest in D.C. on Georgia Ave. !!!!!!!!!
  • The Brazilian House of Representatives has just approved the abandonment of the Brazilian Forestry Code. If we do not mobilize now, huge expanses of our forests may be vulnerable to a devastating deforestation. The bill has generated widespread outrage and protests across the country. And the tension is rising: in recent weeks several respected environmental activists were murdered, allegedly by assassins hired by illegal loggers. It is essential to act now. They are trying to silence any criticism as the law is being debated in the Senate. But President Dilma has the power to veto the changes if we can persuade her to overcome the political pressure and take the role of a true leader on environmental issues.
  • If you travel a fair bit, as I do, you’ve noticed at almost every airport that there’s an “ad hoc” (i.e., computer-to-computer rather than computer-to-WiFi) option called “Free Public WiFi.” It seems to be everywhere. I’ve never connected to it, because I know enough not to connect to an ad hoc offering, but I was always amazed at the fact that I see it in pretty much every airport I’ve been to. I had wondered if it was a honeypot scam for a while, but I couldn’t believe that scammers would be able to set up such honeypots in so many airports worldwide and no one would catch them and take it down. So how could there be such “Free Public WiFi” (which obviously was not what it claimed to be) in so many places?

    The answer? Well, it’s all Microsoft’s fault.

  • Calculate the destruction a object hitting the earth from outer space would cause
  • More than 3 millisieverts of radiation has been measured in the urine of 15 Fukushima residents of the village of Iitate and the town of Kawamata, confirming internal radiation exposure, it was learned Sunday.

    Both are about 30 to 40 km from the Fukushima No. 1 power plant, which has been releasing radioactive material into the environment since the week of March 11, when the quake and tsunami caused core meltdowns.

    “This won’t be a problem if they don’t eat vegetables or other products that are contaminated,” said Nanao Kamada, professor emeritus of radiation biology at Hiroshima University. “But it will be difficult for people to continue living in these areas.”

  • Back in 1969, the Russian KGB rescued a UFO shot down probably by their fighters. In this small ship several small humanoids were found.
  • The jacket is one of two Jackson wore during the filming of the 1983 Thriller video. Jackson wears the jacket in a scene with a troupe of zombies who rise from their graves and break into a dance routine.
  • Some say cleanliness is next to godliness, but not Guru Kailash Singh who quit bathing 37 years ago, because he believe he’d be rewarded for his sacrifice.

    Kailash, 65, a farmer from India, stopped using soap and water in 1974, after his wedding. He also hasn’t cut his dreadlocks, according to the news agency Barcroft.

    It wasn’t because he no longer needed to attract the ladies that he let himself go. Kailash reportedly abandoned washing because a priest told him it would help him produce a son.

    With seven daughters born since then, he’s still waiting for a male heir.

    Each evening, Kailash winds down the day with a “fire bath” ritual of smoking marijuana, praying to the Hindu god Shiva and dancing around a campfire.

    There was one failed attempt by his family to force him into a stream.

  • The brains of people living in cities operate differently from those in rural areas, according to a brain-scanning study. Scientists found that two regions, involved in the regulation of emotion and anxiety, become overactive in city-dwellers when they are stressed and argue that the differences could account for the increased rates of mental health problems seen in urban areas.

    Previous research has shown that people living in cities have a 21% increased risk of anxiety disorders and a 39% increased risk of mood disorders. In addition, the incidence of schizophrenia is twice as high in those born and brought up in cities.

  • The team also looks to address a controversial suggestion Thackeray made a decade ago, when he examined a collection of two dozen pipes found in the playwright’s garden and determined that Shakespeare was an avid marijuana smoker.

    Thackeray claimed the devices were used to smoke cannabis, a plant actively cultivated in Britain at the time. The allegation has provoked disbelief and anger among some fans of the bard.

    Prof. Stanley Wells, honorary president of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, told the Daily Mail, “I would be happy if they did open it up because it could put an end to a lot of fruitless speculation.”

    “If we find grooves between the canine and the incisor, that will tell us if he was chewing on a pipe as well as smoking,” Thackeray told FoxNews.com, citing similar evidence found in Virginia.

  • An Italian space enthusiast, while going through pictures of Mars, claims to have found a structure on the face of the planet that resembles Mahatma Gandhi.

    Matteo Lanneo was scanning through the latest images sent by the Mars Express probe when he came across the uncanny resemblance to India’s father of the nation, the Daily Mail reported.

    The head appears to have a moustache and shaven, and has prominent eyebrows.

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Ring Around the Rosey, A Pocketful of Posies. Ashes, Ashes. We All Fall Down

  • I never expected the Gap logo to be such a lightning bolt of attention. Yes, it’s bad and yes it’s a popular brand, but to have captured the attention of the whole internet, even reaching meme levels wasn’t something I ever expected the grilled chicken of retail brands to achieve.
  • Usta be able to mail order some wild creatures!
  • A beak doctor costume was an ankle length overcoat and bird beak mask worn by a plague doctor to protect him from airborne diseases. The overcoat, as well as leggings, gloves, boots, and a hat, was made of waxed leather. Straps held the beak in front of the doctor’s nose. The mask had glass openings for the eyes and a curved beak. The beak led to the name “beak doctors.”It had two small nose holes and was a type of respirator against airborne germs. It was based on the miasma theory of disease. The beak held dried flowers (including roses and carnations), herbs (including mint), spices, camphor or a vinegar sponge. The robe was impregnated with similar fragrant items. Doctors believed the herbs would counter the “evil” smells of the plague and prevent them from becoming infected.
  • “The pain is usually caused by the decaying or decomposing of the skin while the person is still alive.”
  • “Nose-job is her middle-name, heh. *sigh*. But still, lovely tights.”
  • “A revolutionary style pioneered by the likes of Courtney Love and Kat Bjelland that focuses primarily on a contradictory aesthetic: childlike and slutlike.”
  • First, you approach a German sentry with your little pistol hidden in your coat pocket and, with Academy-award sincerity, ask him for a light for your cigarette (or the time the train leaves for Paris, or if he wants to buy some non-army-issue food or a perhaps half-hour with your “sister”). When he smiles and casts a nervous glance down the street to see where his Sergeant is at, you blow his brains out with your first and only shot, then take his rifle and ammunition. Your next few minutes are occupied with “getting out of Dodge,” for such critters generally go around in packs. After that (assuming you evade your late benefactor’s friends) you keep the rifle and hand your little pistol to a fellow Resistance fighter so they can go get their own rifle.”

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Double Vaginaz

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    • ★ Teen pleads guilty to having sex with cat, grabbing woman’s buttocks
    • On the night of April 20th the North Korean Mini Submarine manned by these “suicidal” 17th Sniper Corps soldiers attacked the Deepwater Horizon with what are believed to be 2 incendiary torpedoes causing a massive explosion and resulting in 11 workers on this giant oil rig being killed outright. Barely 48 hours later, on April 22nd , this North Korean Mini Submarine committed its final atrocity by exploding itself directly beneath the Deepwater Horizon causing this $1 Billion oil rig to sink beneath the seas and marking 2010’s celebration of Earth Day with one of the largest environmental catastrophes our World has ever seen. To the reason for North Korea attacking the Deepwater Horizon, these reports say, was to present US President Obama with an “impossible dilemma” prior to the opening of the United Nations Review Conference of the Parties to the Treat on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) set to begin May 3rd in New York.
    • Michael Brown, former President George W. Bush’s infamous FEMA chief, claimed yesterday that President Obama is using the Gulf oil spill to play politics. And he went further: he said Obama waited for the oil spill to worsen so he could shut down offshore drilling. “This is exactly what they want, because now he can pander to the environmentalists and say, ‘I’m gonna shut it down because it’s too dangerous,'” Brown told Fox’s Neil Cavuto. “This president has never supported Big Oil, he’s never supported offshore drilling, and now he has an excuse to shut it back down.”
    • Komsomoloskaya Pravda, Russia’s best-selling daily publication, has an idea: Why not just nuke it? During the Soviet years, Russia’s communists had to deal with numerous oil disasters and on five different occasions they employed controlled, underground nuclear blasts to quickly solve the problem. [The] underground explosion moves the rock, presses on it, and, in essence, squeezes the well’s channel,” Pracda reported. “It’s so simple, in fact, that the Soviet Union, a major oil exporter, used this method five times to deal with petrocalamities,” added Moscow reporter Julia Ioffe, writing for True/Slant. “The first happened in Uzbekistan, on September 30, 1966 with a blast 1.5 times the strength of the Hiroshima bomb and at a depth of 1.5 kilometers. KP also notes that subterranean nuclear blasts were used as much as 169 times in the Soviet Union to accomplish fairly mundane tasks like creating underground storage spaces for gas or building canals.”

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    How I Got My V-Card Back

      • Haaah, Second link on the bottom is to my Twitter!
      • The ad was a success — from Conran’s viewpoint. It seems pervs from all over Greater Hartford descended on the woman’s house. Some showed up at her door, while others drove slowly through the neighborhood. It got so bad that the woman’s brother-in-law had to stand guard to shoo the creeps away. But it wasn’t all innocent weirdness. One moron showed up at the wrong house and was arrested after groping a teenage girl. Needless to say, police weren’t amused by Conran’s little hijinx. They got with Craigslist and the IP provider and traced the bogus ad back to Conran.
      • T.D. Gonzalez’s sister, Jessica, a 12th grader, said, “I know they were talking about doing this on 4-20, April 20th, Bob Marley Day, but Bob Marley was about marijuana, and not about overdosing. This could have killed some students. Plus, today is not really Bob Marley Day. 420 is a national marijuana day.” “It’s retarded,” said 8th grader Carlos Salvat. “It’s dumb. It’s about getting sick for nothing.”
      • A Russian hacker who says he is living in New Zealand attempted to sell the login details of millions of Facebook users – an unprecedented attack on the world’s biggest social networking site.
      • Dr Abecassis performs a “hymenoplasty” as it’s called, at least two to three times a week. Re-connecting the tissue of the hymen takes about 30 minutes under local anaesthetic.He says the average age of the patient is about 25, and they come from all social backgrounds. Although the surgery is performed in clinics around the world, Dr Abecassis is one of the few Arab surgeons who talks openly about it. Some of the women come to him because they need virginity certificates in order to marry.
        “She can be in danger because sometimes it’s a matter of traditions and family,” says Dr Abecassis. “I believe we as doctors have no right to decide for her or judge her.”
        With Chinese manufacturers leading the way, there are now non-surgical options on the market as well. One website sells artificial hymens for just £20 (23 euros). The Chinese hymen is made of elastic and filled with fake blood. Once inserted in the vagina, the woman can simulate virginity, the company claims.
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