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200 Million + People Using Illicit Drugs Worldwide

✖ 200 Million People Use Illicit Drugs, Study Finds
Roughly 200 million people worldwide use illicit drugs such as marijuana, amphetamines, cocaine and opioids each year, according to a new study. The figure represents about one in 20 people between the ages of 15 and 64. Using a review of published studies, Australian researchers estimated that as many as 203 million people use marijuana, 56 million people use amphetamines including meth, 21 million people use cocaine and 21 million people use opioids like heroin. The use of all four drug classes was highest in developed countries. …The 200 million number does not include people who use ecstasy, hallucinogenic drugs, inhalants, benzodiazepines or anabolic steroids — just one reason it’s likely a vast underestimate of illicit drug use, according to lead author Louisa Degenhardt of the Sydney-based National Drug and Alcohol Research Center.
✖ Vancouver running out of free crackpipes
He said PHS, which runs InSite, has distributed monthly highs of 20,000 pipes through its own needle and pipe distribution program. The 3,000 pipes PHS received from VCH in December were exhausted in three days. “At the beginning of the study, we expressed our concerns that (the pipe supply) is a tiny number … but we were told the number’s staying the same,” Townsend said. “To meet the demand we would need around 1,000 per day.”
✖ Newt Gingrich To New Hampshire: Jefferson, Washington Would Have Cracked Down On Pot
During a town hall-style appearance in Concord, the former House Speaker said he had no interest in exploring drug decriminalization, arguing that such efforts haven’t worked in Europe. Contra Gingrich, however, Portugal has had some success with decriminalization initiatives. Pushed a bit later on the incarceration rate related to petty drug crimes, Gingrich responded, “I think the best thing is to get young people not to do drugs and then you won’t be dealing with criminals that you just described.” A third resident of the “live free or die” state argued that the founding fathers had been far more lenient about marijuana than the current political class. “I think Jefferson or George Washington would have rather strongly discouraged you from growing marijuana and their techniques with dealing with it would have been rather more violent than our current government,” Gingrich replied.
✖ Chivas Scotch Heroin Bottles Bust At Newark Airport
We hope he drank the scotch before adding the H! On New Year’s Eve customs officials stopped Miami man Wilfer Bohorquez Rojo, 53, as he allegedly tried to smuggle 25 pounds of heroin from Medillin, Colombia, to Newark Airport. At first authorities just thought he had smuggled the drugs in “packages of plastic flags and between glued photographs” but further inspection found he’d filled four Chivas Royal Salute scotch bottles with “packages of a substance that also tested positive for heroin, according to the agency.” After the discovery of the drugs—estimated by authorities to be worth at least $700,000—Rojo was turned over to authorities and now faces federal narcotics smuggling charges.
✖ Purdue: Block Disclosure Of OxyContin Documents
A long-simmering court battle over a trove of OxyContin documents has finally won the attention of Purdue Pharma. The drugmaker is belatedly seeking to intervene in a 2008 lawsuit in a Massachusetts state court, where an attempt is being made to force the state attorney general to release documents that were used to prosecute Purdue and three current and former execs several years ago. At issue are countless documents that were compiled by the US Department of Justice, which charged Purdue and the execs with misbranding – they facilitated improper use of the drug and misled patients, regulators and doctors about addictive risks. All totaled, $634 million in fines were paid, and the execs were barred from doing business with federal healthcare programs, such as Medicare and Medicaid
✖ Ron Paul: Drug War Could Be Bigger Failure Than Prohibition (VIDEO)
“This war on drugs has been a detriment to personal liberty and it’s been a real abuse of liberty,” Paul said. “Our prisons are full with people who have used drugs who should be treated as patients — and they’re non-violent. Someday we’re gonna awake and find out that the prohibition we are following right now with drugs is no more successful, maybe a lot less successful, than the prohibition of alcohol was in the ’20s.”
✖ Man wants rehab over Diet Cola 42 litres a week addiction
Darren Jones wants to check himself into rehab – to cure a bizarre addiction to Diet Cola. Darren, 38, knocks back 42 litres of the drink every week. Now the 35 stone father of two is vowing to get treatment for his £100 a week habit to get fit again and save his relationship with 33-year old mother of two Paula Mullen. Darren, of Stockport, Greater Manchester, said: “I believe what I have is an actual addiction and I start to worry if I’m getting near the end of the bottle. “If I can’t get in touch with Paula to get me some more I start to panic – it’s like a drug or alcohol addiction. “I called up Diet Coke to ask them if it’s addictive and what I should do and she recommended putting water in it to dilute it, but it would taste horrid and I don’t think it would help. “We joke that I should get one of those hats with bottles either side of my head and straws straight into my mouth so I can drink it all the time. It’s like gold, it’s my fuel.”
✖ Why Ron Paul Is Right And Barack Obama Is Wrong About Iran
Obama also argues that he opposes Iran’s nukes because of proliferation in the region. At which point one must loudly cough “Ahem.” Only one country in the region has illegally, in defiance of internatinal law and the NPT and US policy, has nuclear weapons and it’s Israel, not any Arab state. More absurdly, the US government has a formal policy of never acknowledging this fact. At one point in the not-so-distant past, the US government was committed to the view that Iraq had nukes but Israel didn’t. When will the US evolve a sane policy in the Middle East? One that advances our interests, avoids a catastrophic global religious war, and bases it judgment on history and statecraft rather than religion and a US-Israel alliance that, since the end of the Cold War, has become increasingly unhealthy to both parties? Less Kennedy, more Eisenhower, please.
✖ Judge: Black church rightful owner of KKK store
After a lengthy legal battle between a black South Carolina church and members of the Ku Klux Klan, a judge has ruled that the church owns a building where KKK robes and T-shirts are sold. A circuit judge ruled last month that New Beginnings Baptist Church is the rightful owner of the building that houses the Redneck Shop, which operates a so-called Klan museum and sells Klan robes and T-shirts emblazoned with racial slurs. The judge ordered the shop’s proprietor to pay the church’s legal bills of more than $3,300.
✖ No easy way to dissolve mouse in Mountain Dew
A man in the U.S. is suing Pepsi Co. over a mouse allegedly found in a can of Mountain Dew, a claim the company rejects by saying the acid in the beverage would disintegrate the animal’s body. However, that reasoning doesn’t hold water with Canadian food experts. “There would not be enough acid in the matrix of the can to actually start causing those physical changes to the mouse,” says Massimo Marcone, an associate professor of food science at the University of Guelph. “The mouse would start to spoil; there would not be enough acid to preserve the mouse. It would start to smell bad. But to say that the mouse would actually dissolve in about 300 millilitres of soft drink, it’s pretty hard.”
✖ Free Philip K. Dick: Download 11 Great Science Fiction Stories
Although he died when he was only 53 years old, Philip K. Dick (1928 – 1982) published 44 novels and 121 short stories during his lifetime and solidified his position as arguably the most literary of science fiction writers. His novel Ubik appears on TIME magazine’s list of the 100 best English-language novels, and Dick is the only science fiction writer to get honored in the prestigious Library of America series, a kind of pantheon of American literature. If you’re not intimately familiar with his novels, then you assuredly know major films based on Dick’s work – Blade Runner, Total Recall, A Scanner Darkly and Minority Report. Today, we bring you another way to get acquainted with his writing. We’re presenting a selection of Dick’s stories available for free on the web. Below we have culled together 11 short stories from our collection of Free eBooks and Free Audio Books.
✖ Time Cheers the Drone War
The new issue of  Time magazine promises on its cover “Essential Info for the Year Ahead.” One apparently essential report: U.S. drones are awesome. The report–written by Mark Thompson, available to subscribers only explains that a “hot military trend” this way: Today’s generals and admirals want weapons that are smaller, remote-controlled and bristling with intelligence. In short, more drones that can tightly target terrorists, deliver larger payloads and are some of the best spies the U.S. has ever produced, even if they occasionally get captured in Iran or crash on landing at secret bases. And also, you know, kill innocent civilians.
✖ Alejandro Jodorowsky Needs Your Support To Create The Autobiographical DANZA DE LA REALIDAD
Alejandro Jodorowsky – the legendary cult filmmaker behind Santa Sangre, El Topo and The Holy Mountain – needs your help. After years trying to raise funding for big new projects King Shot and Son Of El Topo, Jodorowsky is moving on to something more personal: Danza De La Realidad, an autobiographical picture based on his own childhood and teenaged years. Having had no luck with conventional film financing methods in recent years, Jodorowsky is taking this one to the streets and trying the crowd funding method. Put a hundred dollars into the film and you’ll receive a special cut of the finished movie on DVD.
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✖ Sea Shepherd Intercepts the Japanese Whaling Fleet with Drones
The Sea Shepherd crew has intercepted the Japanese whaling fleet on Christmas Day, a thousand miles north of the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary. The Sea Shepherd ship, Steve Irwin, deployed a drone to successfully locate and photograph the Japanese factory ship Nisshin Maru on December 24th. Once the pursuit began, three Japanese harpoon/security ships moved in on the Steve Irwin to shield the Nisshin Maru to allow it to escape. This time however the Japanese tactic of tailing the Steve Irwin and the Bob Barker will not work because the drones, one on the Steve Irwin and the other on the Bob Barker, can track and follow the Nisshin Maru and can relay the positions back to the Sea Shepherd ships. “We can cover hundreds of miles with these drones and they have proven to be valuable assets for this campaign,” said Captain Paul Watson on board the Steve Irwin.
✖ ‘Supersoldier’ ants with gigantic jaws
Nightmarish ‘supersoldier’ ants with huge heads and jaws have been created by activating ancient genes. Scientists believe the monster ants may be a genetic throwback to an ancestor that lived millions of years ago. Scientists say they can create the supersoldiers at will by dabbing normal ant larvae with a special hormone – the larvae then develop into supersoldiers rather than normal soldier or worker ants.
✖ ACLU sues library for blocking Wiccan websites
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Eastern Missouri sued a local public library on Tuesday for allegedly blocking websites related to Wicca, a modern pagan religion. Anaka Hunter of Salem, Mo., said she tried to access websites about Wicca, Native American religions and astrology for her own research, but the library’s filtering software blocked the sites.  According to the ACLU, the software labeled the sites as “occult” and “criminal.”
✖ Psychedelic Heroin: Grey Lodge Archives
I recently tracked down the pdf’s for nearly all of the issues of the now-deceased counterculture online zine Grey Lodge Occult Review. The site was taken down due to “legal threats and religious hackers”. To see the table of contents for the issues visit the Wayback Machine here. Along with the rabbit hole that is Deoxy, this was one of my formative sanctuaries for all things mindfuckery.
✖ Forget Stocks Or Bonds, Invest In A Lobbyist
In a recent study, researchers Raquel Alexander and Susan Scholz calculated the total amount the corporations saved from the lower tax rate. They compared the taxes saved to the amount the firms spent lobbying for the law. Their research showed the return on lobbying for those multinational corporations was 22,000 percent. That means for every dollar spent on lobbying, the companies got $220 in tax benefits.
✖ Excavator on Rooftop of 12-Story Building in Taiyuan
Shanxi province Taiyuan city Wanbailin district Yingze West Street, an excavator operates on the rooftop of the Shanxi Science and Technology Hotel, causing surrounding city residents both surprise and concern.
✖ US ‘space warplane’ may be spying on Chinese spacelab
The US Air Force’s second mysterious mini-space shuttle, the X-37B, could be spying on China’s space laboratory and the first piece of its space station, Tiangong-1. Amateur space trackers told the British Interplanetary Society publication Spaceflight that the black-funded spaceplane seemed to be orbiting the Earth in tandem with Tiangong_1, or the Heavenly Palace, leading the magazine to speculate that its unknown mission is to spy on it. “Space-to-space surveillance is a whole new ball game made possible by a finessed group of sensors and sensor suites, which we think the X-37B may be using to maintain a close watch on China’s nascent space station,” Spaceflight editor Dr David Baker told the BBC.
✖ NOT SATIRE: L.A. Tells Arrested OWS Protesters They Can Pay for “Free Speech” Classes to Avoid Court
Incredibly, the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office is offering Occupy L.A. protesters arrested in recent weeks the opportunity to pay $355 for private free speech classes to avoid their court dates. As reported in the Los Angeles Times: Los Angeles Chief Deputy City Atty. William Carter said the city won’t press charges against protesters who complete the educational program offered by American Justice Associates. … Carter said the free-speech class will save the city money and teach protesters the nuances of the law. “The 1st Amendment is not absolute,” he said, noting that the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled government can regulate when, where and how free speech can be exercised. As a civil rights attorney working with some of the approximately 350 protesters who have been arrested in recent weeks noted, the offer is nothing short of “patronizing.”
✖ Toddlers and Tiaras mothers DOPING their daughters with drinks spiked with ‘pageant crack’?
No brand names are mentioned on the show, but many have speculated that the drink is Mountain Dew, a caffeinated soft drink. Others believe it even contains alcohol. Mrs Holler is filmed instructing Alana to take ‘two big gulps’ from an unlabelled drinks bottle. Within seconds the change is apparent. ‘A lot of pageant moms and people know what the special juice is – everybody has their different concoctions. Special juice is to help energise her’ The young pageant contestant starts rapidly swinging her arms over her head and spinning around on the floor, exclaiming: ‘My go-go juice is kicking in right now!’ After her drink fix, Alana takes to the stage in a plaid shirt displaying inches of stomach to perform a routine, inspired by sex symbol Daisy Duke. Describing how the drink makes her feel, she says smiling: ‘Go-go juice makes me laughy, and play-ey, and makes me feel like I want to pull my mommy’s hair.’
✖ Polar challenge: How do you cycle to the South Pole?
Blue Peter presenter Helen Skelton is hoping to become the first person to use a bike to reach the South Pole. She is attempting to travel 500 miles (805km) across Antarctica and will cycle for large parts of it, as well as snowkiting and walking. She hopes to complete the trek for Sport Relief in 20 days. At this time of year, the average temperature in Antarctica is -25C, but can drop to -50C. Severe coastal winds come from cold air flowing down off the interior ice sheet. Wind speeds can reach up to 125mph (201km/h) and average about 80mph. In addition, she will be dragging 12.9st (82kg) of equipment and supplies behind her on a sledge. It’s no average ride and she is not using your average bike. The specially-built Hanebrink “ice bike” took designers in Los Angeles three months to finish. Dan Hanebrink and Kane Fortune have been building all-terrain hybrid bikes that can be used in all environments for many years.
✖ Rick Santorum is coming for your birth control
Here is an actual Rick Santorum quote: “One of the things I will talk about, that no president has talked about before, is I think the dangers of contraception in this country.” And also, “Many of the Christian faith have said, well, that’s okay, contraception is okay. It’s not okay. It’s a license to do things in a sexual realm that is counter to how things are supposed to be.”
✖ With all eyes on their ears, lobe stretchers snip
Some plastic surgeons are reporting an increase in younger clients, specifically those who are ready to undo a generational fashion statement that has left a lot of self-conscious people with a lot of sagging earlobe. Dr. David Kahn, who performed Tidwell’s surgery, was blunt in his assessment of his client’s condition. “It was unsightly, a distortion that needed to be overcome.”
✖ Miracle ‘chimeric’ monkeys made from cells of six animals spark protests
They may look like any other baby monkeys, but these two are scientific breakthroughs.   Roku and Hex are the world’s first chimeric monkeys – created with genetic material from six ‘parents’. But their birth has caused an ethical storm, with critics accusing scientists of disregarding the welfare of the animals.
✖ SOPA-Supporting News Outlets Aren’t Covering SOPA [STUDY]
MSNBC, Fox News, ABC, CBS and NBC have dedicated no time to covering the Stop Online Piracy Act in their evening newscasts since Oct. 1, according to a report by Ben Dimiero of Media Matters For America. CNN, meanwhile, has dedicated a single evening news segment to the issue. All of the companies covered in the report have either publicly supported SOPA or have parent companies that have done so. Dimiero based his report on Lexis-Nexis searches which includes transcripts of nighttime newscasts. Comcast/NBCUniversal (which owns MSNBC and NBC News), Viacom (CBS), News Corporation (Fox News), Time Warner (CNN) and Disney (ABC) are all listed as supporters of the bill. ABC and CBS are also listed as separate supporters of the bill.
✖ Japan plans futuristic farm with robot workers in disaster zone
Japan is planning a futuristic farm where robots do the lifting in an experimental project on land swamped by the March tsunami. Under an agriculture ministry plan, unmanned tractors will work fields where pesticides will have been replaced by LEDs keeping rice, wheat, soybeans, fruit and vegetables safe until robots can put them in boxes. Carbon dioxide produced by machinery working on the up to 250-hectare site will be channeled back to crops to boost their growth and reduce reliance on chemical fertilizers, the Nikkei newspaper said this week. The agricultural ministry will begin on-site research later this year with a plan to spend around 4 billion yen over the next six years, a ministry official said. Land in Miyagi Prefecture, some 300 kilometers north of Tokyo, which was flooded by seawater on March 11, has been earmarked for the so-called “Dream Project.”
✖ Newt Gingrich: ‘African-American Community Should Demand Paychecks And Not Be Satisfied With Food Stamps’
Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich said Thursday he is willing to go before the NAACP and urge blacks to demand paychecks, not food stamps. Gingrich told a town hall meeting at a senior center in Plymouth, N.H., that if the NAACP invites him to its annual convention this year, he’d go there and talk about “why the African-American community should demand paychecks and not be satisfied with food stamps.” He also said he’d pitch a new Social Security program aimed at helping young people, particularly African-American males, who he said get the smallest return on Social Security.
✖ Pentagon-backed ‘time cloak’ stops the clock
The researchers created what they call a time lens, which can manipulate and focus signals in time, analogous to the way a glass lens focuses light in space. They use a technique called four-wave mixing, in which two beams of light, a “signal” and a “pump,” are sent together through an optical fiber. The two beams interact and change the wavelength of the signal. To begin creating a time gap, the researchers first bump the wavelength of the signal up, then by flipping the wavelength of the pump beam, bump it down.
✖ Pro skater with a love of God and psychedelic drugs goes on rampage inside Midtown hotel
A pro skateboarder with a passion for God and psychedelic drugs was arrested Thursday after he went on a drug-fueled rampage inside a Midtown hotel wearing only his birthday suit, cops said. Jereme Rogers, 26, was high on angel dust when he ran naked out of his room at the Afinia Shelburne hotel and started tearing down framed pictures lining an 11th floor hallway, sources said. “It was a rampage,” said a witness who declined to give her name. “He was screaming. We didn’t even know what he was doing. He was incoherent and belligerent.” Rogers, a heavily-tattooed Californian who has appeared in several X Games and says his skills come from God, was taken to Bellevue Hospital. He was charged with criminal mischief and unlawful possession of marijuana, cops said.
✖ DHS Training excercise startles locals
With their blue and white SUVs circled around the Main Street office, at least one official was posted on the door with a semiautomatic rifle, randomly checking identifications. And other officers, some with K-9s, sifted through the building. “I thought someone was upset about not getting there check,” said Laura Kelly, who took a friend to the office on Tuesday. According to one Homeland official in the Washington, D.C. office, Operation Shield. is an effort that uses routine, unannounced visits by FPS inspectors to test the effectiveness of contract guards, or protective security officers — “detecting the presence of unauthorized persons and potentially disruptive or dangerous activities.”
✖ Panda caught eating meat on camera [Video]
A wild panda is caught on surveillance camera eating a dead gnu in south-west China. An analyst says the bamboo-loving animals were predators millions of years ago. Although classified as carnivores, giant pandas mainly live on bamboo, but eat other foods including honey, eggs, fish, oranges and bananas when they are available

 

 

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☛ Steve Jobs Action Figure: Apple Threatens Chinese Toy Maker With Lawsuit
Apple has allegedly threatened to sue Chinese company In Icons over its eerily realistic 12-inch action figure of Steve Jobs, the company’s late founder. The 1:6 scale model, which was said to be distributed by DiD Corp. in late February, comes with the clothes and accessories popularized by Jobs, such as the black faux turtleneck, blue jeans and sneakers. The figurine, which is packaged in a box that looks like Walter Isaacson’s “Steve Jobs” biography cover, also comes with a chair, a “One More Thing…” backdrop, as well as two red apples, including one with a bite in it. To make it extra creepy, the doll’s realistic head sculpt features Jobs’ famous unblinking stare.
☛ 34 Shocking Facts About U.S. Debt That Should Set America On Fire With Anger
We have all been lied to. For decades, the leaders of both major political parties have promised us that they can fix our current system and that they can get our national debt under control. As the 2012 election approaches, they are making all kinds of wild promises once again. Well you know what? It is all a giant sham. The United States has gotten into so much debt that there will be no coming back from this. The current system is irretrievably broken. 30 years ago the U.S. debt was a horrific crisis that was completely and totally out of control. If we would have dealt with it back then maybe we could have done something about it. But now it is 15 times larger, and we are adding more than a trillion dollars to the debt every single year.
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☛ Paul Supporter Likely Violated Military Conduct Code
Following a third-place finish in the Iowa caucuses, Ron Paul held a boisterous rally, featuring a speech from Army Corporal Jesse Thorsen. Thorsen, who was in uniform, voiced impassioned support for Paul’s non-interventionist views. “We don’t need to be picking fights overseas,” he said, and pledged to help “make sure this man is the next president of the United States.” It was an understandable sentiment from a soldier who said he had served in the military for 10 years, which included tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. But the appearance likely violated the protocols for service members included in Defense Department Directive 1344.10, which states explicitly that they are not to participate in political rallies as anything more than spectators. And if they do attend a political function, they’re not supposed to do so in uniform.
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☛ Islam Critical Black Metal music nominated for Norwegian Grammy
Metal band Taake is nominated for the Norwegian Grammys in the category for best metal album for the album “Norway’s weapons,” which came out this fall. Besides the line of text devoted to “Moslems”, include “those who burn our flag,” called the swine in the song “Hurricane.” The text also says that hard to be against hard: “Now wake up soon Norway.”
☛ Swank sushi: Tuna fetches record $736K
A bluefin tuna caught off northeastern Japan fetched a record $736,000, Thursday in the first auction of the year at Tokyo’s Tsukiji fish market. The price translates to $1,238 per pound — also a record, said Yutaka Hasegawa, a Tsukiji market official. Though the fish is undoubtedly high quality, the price has more to do with the celebratory atmosphere that surrounds the first auction of the year.
☛ How fracking might have led to an Ohio earthquake
The link between “fracking”-related activities and earthquakes was thrown into stark relief over the weekend when a magnitude 4.0 quake struck Youngstown, Ohio – typically not a hot bed of noticeable seismic activity. The quake triggered shaking reportedly felt as as far away as Buffalo, N.Y., and Toronto. The temblor struck Dec. 31 and was the latest and strongest of 11 minor-to-light quakes that have hit the region since March. The epicenters are clustered around a wastewater injection well for a hydraulic fracturing operation.
☛ Denver woman accused of attacking $30 million painting
A 36-year-old Denver woman, apparently drunk, leaned against an iconic Clyfford Still painting worth more than $30 million last week, punched it, slid down it and urinated on herself, according to a criminal case filed against Carmen Lucette Tisch. “It doesn’t appear she urinated on the painting or that the urine damaged it, so she’s not being charged with that,” Lynn Kimbrough, a spokeswoman for the Denver district attorney’s office, said Wednesday. “You have to wonder where her friends were.” Tisch is being charged with criminal mischief in the incident that happened at the Clyf ford Still Museum at 3:30 p.m. on Dec. 29. Damage to the painting — “1957-J-No. 2.” — is estimated at $10,000. The painting, which is nearly 9 1/2 feet tall and 13 feet wide, is estimated to be worth between $30 million and $40 million by the museum. Tisch allegedly committed the offense with her pants pulled down, according to the police report, and struck the painting repeatedly with her fist.
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✪ Bracelet reveals amazing craftsman’s skill from 7500BC (so good it couldn’t be bettered today)
A 9,500-year-old bracelet has been analysed using the very latest computers – and the results show that it is so intricate even today’s craftsmen would struggle to improve it. Researchers from the Institut Français d’Etudes Anatoliennes in Istanbul and Laboratoire de Tribologie et de Dynamiques des Systèmes studied the bracelet’s surface and its micro-topographic features revealing the astounding technical expertise of the maker. The bracelet is obsidian – which means it’s made from volcanic glass – and the researchers analysis of it sheds new light on Neolithic societies, which remain highly mysterious.
✪ America’s Killer Med Crisis
For the first time in nearly a century, automobile accidents are no longer the nation’s leading cause of accidental deaths, according to a major report released Tuesday by the National Center for Health Statistics. The new number one killer is drugs—not smack, crystal meth or any other stepped-on menace sold in urban alleyways or trailer parks, but bright, shiny pills prescribed by doctors, approved by the government, manufactured by pharmaceutical companies and sold to the consumer as “medicine.” Yet of the billions of legit pills Americans pop every year for medical conditions serious and otherwise, the vast majority of lives are claimed by only a select few classes—painkillers, sedatives and stimulants—that all share a common characteristic: they promote abuse, dependence and addiction.
✪ Cocaine Bust Lands Curvy Model In Italian Jail
A Spanish model’s plan to smuggle cocaine into Italy concealed in her prosthetic breasts and buttocks backfired Wednesday when her extra curvy figure drew the wrong kind of attention from ogling customs officials. The 33 year old deliberately wore tight-fitting clothes when she arrived on a flight at Rome’s Fiumicino airport from Sao Paulo in Brazil, hoping to throw the full-blooded Italian security staff off the scent. Unfortunately her extra-large bosom and derriere managed to attract the glances of airport customs agents, Italian news agency ANSA reported, but not for the reasons she had hoped. She also flubbed her answers to questions about the reasons for her trip. Two female investigators conducted a strip search and found the white powder stashed inside her unusual underwear. She was arrested for attempting to smuggle around 5.5 pounds of cocaine.
✪ Missouri grapples with 12-year meth problem
There is, however, a broad network of people who buy medications containing pseudoephedrine and sell it to the cooks, a practice called smurfing, Whitney says. In the past three years or so, young heroin users have begun smurfing to make money so they can buy heroin. A box of Sudafed that costs $8 or $9, he says, can be sold to meth cooks for $100, which is enough for 10 small heroin doses. Whitney expects almost 30 heroin overdose deaths this year in this county of 219,000. Law enforcement officials began tracking another trend in 2007 that made busting meth cooks even more difficult: a “one pot” method. The drug is mixed in a 2-liter soda bottle, often in moving cars. When the process is complete, the leftover toxic materials are tossed out the car window.
✪ Illegal drugs can be detected in the air – and could change people’s behaviour
We know that air pollution in the form of traffic and factory fumes can pose a health risk ě°˝€“ but airborne traces of illegal drugs could do too, say researchers. Scientists at the Institute of Atmospheric Pollution Research in Rome found traces of cocaine and cannabis in the air around dozens of sites in Italy. They also discovered statistical correlations between cocaine levels and certain types of cancer ě°˝€“ and between cannabis levels and mental disorders.
✪ Blue Ridge schools eyeing random drug tests for students
The Blue Ridge school board will consider implementing random drug testing as a way to keep students from making “unhealthy choices.” A policy could be adopted as soon as Jan. 18. The board meets at 6 Wednesday night to discuss proposed building construction; the regular meeting follows at 7 at the high school library, 411 N. John St. The drug test option arose after discussion about use and misuse of legal and illegal drugs in the area. “The behaviors were alarming enough, it was clear that some students were making unhealthy choices, and it had to be addressed,” said Superintendent Susan Wilson. The goal is to prevent drug use; give students an “out” when friends try to get them to use substances; and give parents the information needed to seek treatment for their child if they test positive, she said.
✪ Deputies Give Marijuana Back To Dispensary Under Court Order
Deputies returned two pounds of seized cannabis to a California dispensary on Friday after a court ruled that the marijuana had been improperly confiscated. The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department confiscated two pounds of marijuana from Common Roots Collective during a shakedown, I mean “inspection, on December 1. But the dispensary’s lawyer argued that the deputies violated federal law, since authorities, including code enforcement officers, had entered the property on an inspection order and not a search warrant, reports CBS 13.
✪ Disgraced Bishop Lahey apologizes for his Internet porn addiction
Earlier in the day, prosecutor David Elhadad laid out in lurid detail some of what was depicted in the images, videos and stories seized by police. Elhadad said Catholic imagery was intertwined with “disgusting” sado-masochistic scenes, including one image of a male in “monk’s garb” using a paddle to spank a young boy. Elhadad argued Lahey’s position in the Catholic Church placed him in a position of trust. “He is and was an individual in a position of trust over many years hiding his shameful sexual depravity and predilection in taking joy in the torture and rape of children,” said Elhadad.
✪ Controversy over ‘inhaled caffeine’ grows as as Sen. Schumer calls for FDA probe
Breathable caffeine dispensed from canisters that fit in jean pockets and are allowed in carry-on luggage is a ‘club drug’ that may be dangerous to teenagers, a New York senator said. Democrat Charles Schumer wrote Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Margaret Hamburg today asking her to review the safety and legality of the AeroShot Pure Energy caffeine inhaler, a yellow and gray canister of caffeine powder and B vitamins resembling a tube of lipstick. The inhaler is set to hit store shelves in New York and Boston next month 2 Comments Weigh InCorrections? inShare AeroShot will be sold over the counter with no age restrictions and is touted for its convenience and zero calories. If taken with alcohol, the mixture may have effects similar to caffeinated alcohol drinks tied to hospitalizations in the past, Schumer said. Doctors say it may carry neurological and cardiovascular risks.
✪ ‘Samantha Ardente,’ High School Employee Fired For Porn, Launches Porn Firm
Ardente was suspended from her job at a Quebec City-area high school in March after a student spotted her in a porn video on the Internet. While she didn’t deal with students in her job, the spicy contents of her videos turned her into quite the celebrity among them. School board officials fired Ardente after they were unable to reach agreement on her transfer to another job. They acknowledged Ardente hadn’t done anything illegal but said her cinematic activities don’t correspond with the values being taught at the school. Ardente had initially offered to put an end to her pornography career but said the board also wanted to impose working conditions that she felt would be too restrictive. After filing a grievance she eventually reached an out-of-court settlement with her employer.
✪ Deputy finds possible meth lab in toilet
“The manager said he was told people were hollering and arguing in another room,” Royals said. “When Hardiman made contact with the occupants of the room, he noticed the toilet kept running. When he went to check, he found a 20-ounce Coke bottle and a tin containing marijuana inside the tank, which caused it to keep running.”
✪ The $100,000 Made-in-India Shirt
If you thought buying an island was a costly affair, look no further than this new shirt, which costs twice as much as an island in Panama. From a distance, the five-million-rupee shirt ($97,500) looks fairly modest, but a closer look reveals that its buttons are diamonds set on gold.
✪ UCSD: Best Prank Ever
Senior Class Fabricates Existence of Korean “Artist,” Cons Stuart Collection into Hanging House Off Edge of Seven-Story Building Stuart Collection Curator Attempts to Save Face: “Actually, joke’s on them: this prank is so genius that it ascends to the level of art. We’re proud to feature it in our collection.”
✪ In Medellín, Notorious Figure Pablo Escobar Becomes Tourist Attraction
One four-hour tour costs $30 and takes tourists to Escobar’s grave, the house where he was shot dead by police and a home in the hills where he lived before his death. There the tourists meet Roberto Escobar, Pablo’s slight and balding older brother. The tours pose a conundrum for Colombia and Medellín, which have worked hard to reduce violence and shed their image as a land of gun-wielding cocaine smugglers. Tourism to Colombia is up 54% to nearly two million annual visitors compared to 2006, the government says. The country’s current tourism campaign says the only “danger” in visiting is falling in love with the country and not wanting to leave. “We knew we couldn’t just outlaw the tours,” says Medellín’s deputy secretary of tourism, Madeleine Torres. “But we feared the tours would promote the very thing we’re trying to move away from the connection people so often make between Colombia and cocaine.”
✪ The Oak Chapel of Allouville Bellefosse
The French village of Allouville-Bellefosse is famous for the Chêne Chapelle (Oak Chapel), which is literally a chapel built into an oak tree. The amazing architecture consists of a wooden staircase spiraling around the ancient tree, leading up to a couple of chambers. These rooms have always been used as places of worship, by the village locals. The age of the tree has been a subject of debate, but everyone agrees that it is the oldest tree in France, without a doubt. The tree is known to have been growing as far back as the thirteenth century, during the rule of Louis IX, when France was a truly centralized kingdom. It is also known to have survived the Hundred Years War against the English, the Black Death, the Reformation, and Napoleon’s rule. Local folklore dates it a 1,000 years old, when it is said that the acorn took root. However, tree experts say it could only be around 800 years old, which means the thirteenth century saw it’s origins.
✪ Datura: The Scariest Drug I Ever Took
But with devil’s weed, you really are so removed from reality, that the possibility of doing yourself a fatal mischief is all too real. Here’s what the US Department of Agriculture says: “Datura intoxication typically produces a complete inability to differentiate reality from fantasy (delirium, as contrasted to hallucination); hyperthermia; tachycardia (increased heart-rate); bizarre, and possibly violent behavior; and severe mydriasis (pupil dilation) with resultant painful photophobia that can last several days.” It has high enough levels of toxicity that it can also kill you if you’re not careful about the dosage.
✪ When Laguna Beach Was the LSD Capital of the Universe
Timothy Leary, the Brotherhood of Eternal Love, Dodge City, Mystic Arts World, and a Laguna Beach history some would prefer to forget.
✪ Russian Meridian satellite crashes into street named after cosmonauts
The Meridian communications satellite failed to reach orbit yesterday due to a failure with its Soyuz rocket, in the latest setback for a Russian space program which has now lost over half a dozen satellites in the past year. Its fragments crashed into the Novosibirsk region of central Siberia and were found in the Ordynsk district around 100km south of the regional capital Novosibirsk. “A sphere was found, around 50cm in diameter, which crashed into the roof of a house in the village of Vagaitsevo” in the Ordynsk district, an official in the local security services told the Interfax news agency. In an extraordinary irony, the official said that the house was located on Cosmonaut Street, named after the heroic spacemen of the Soviet and Russian space program.
✪ Magnificent Visions
In Amazonian Peru, the author traces the source of the powerful Stone Age botanical hallucinogen ayahuasca. He meets crying shamans, drunken shamans, and even a gringo shaman, and learns about the epic quest it inspired in one devotee. Then he takes the ultimate step: drinking it himself. Whoa. . .
✪ ‘US blaming Iran for 9/11, incredible’
The United States adding Iran to the list of countries likely to be responsible for the 9/11 terrorist attacks is “beyond belief,” an analyst tells Press TV. His comments come as a New York judge has signed a default judgment excluding Saudi Arabia from the list of defendants, but finding Iran, along with the Taliban and al-Qaeda, liable in the Sept. 11, 2001 incident. “The official story of 9/11 is taking on a life of its own, how Judge George Daniels could find this in the court is beyond belief, and it indicates that the rule of law is breaking down even further in the United States,” said Joshua Blakeney of the Scholars for 9/11 Truth & Veterans Today.
✪ Is Anonymous Squabbling over the Stratfor Hack?
Representatives from the global intelligence company Stratfor awoke to find a lump of coal in their stockings this morning …or, more specifically, their clients’ credit card information strewn across the Web. It’s the latest cyber-attack being claimed by members of the hacktivist group Anonymous, one that allegedly resulted in the publishing of nearly 4,000 credit card numbers, site passwords, and home addresses for some of the (formerly) confidential clients of the U.S.-based security firm. The goal? The attackers indicated they were planning to use the stolen credit card information (allegedly stored as unencrypted text) to amass a sum of one million dollars that could then be given to various charities for the holiday season. Images posted alongside the hack’s alleged Pastebin-based press release show that some of these charity donations are already underway.
✪ How to Save a Treehouse from a Zoning Board
It was supposed to be a “slice of Americana and of childhood dreams,” says U.S. Army Specialist Mark Grapin, who lives in Fairfax County, Virginia. He’s talking about the treehouse he built for his two sons after returning from his latest tour of duty in Iraq. What Grapin didn’t expect was that Fairfax County’s zoning board would demand he tear down the treehouse after an anonymous complaint, thus launching the family into an eight-month legal battle. Grapin went to the local media for help and public outcry turned into an online petition. A neighbor donated trees to cover the treehouse, and the family even received a pro bono lawyer to help win over board members. Just days before the treehouse was to be torn down, Grapin was able to convince the board to let him keep it on the condition it be removed after five years. Plenty of time, he says, for his sons to enjoy it.
✪ Bitcoin’s Comeback: Should Western Union Be Afraid?
A series of security incidents had created an avalanche of bad press, which in turn undermined public confidence in the currency. Its value fell by more than 90 percent against the dollar. We thought Bitcoin’s value would continue to collapse, but so far that hasn’t happened. Instead, after hitting a low of $2, it rose back above $3 in early December, and on Monday it rose above $4 for the first time in two months. It’s impossible to predict where the currency will go next, but at a minimum it looks like the currency will still be around in 2012. This presents a bit of a puzzle for Bitcoin skeptics. The original run-up in prices could easily be explained as a speculative bubble, and the subsequent decline as the popping of that bubble. But if that were the whole story, then the value of Bitcoins should have continued to decline as more and more people lost confidence in the currency. That hasn’t been happening.
✪ Jamaica’s patois Bible: The word of God in creole
The patois Bible represents a bold new attempt to standardise the language, with the historically oral tongue written down in a new phonetic form. For example the passage relating the angel’s visit to Mary reads: “Di ienjel go tu Mieri an se tu ar se, ‘Mieri, mi av nyuuz we a go mek yu wel api. Gad riili riili bles yu an im a waak wid yu all di taim.”
✪ Monsanto’s GMO Corn Linked To Organ Failure, Study Reveals
“Effects were mostly concentrated in kidney and liver function, the two major diet detoxification organs, but in detail differed with each GM type. In addition, some effects on heart, adrenal, spleen and blood cells were also frequently noted. As there normally exists sex differences in liver and kidney metabolism, the highly statistically significant disturbances in the function of these organs, seen between male and female rats, cannot be dismissed as biologically insignificant as has been proposed by others. We therefore conclude that our data strongly suggests that these GM maize varieties induce a state of hepatorenal toxicity….These substances have never before been an integral part of the human or animal diet and therefore their health consequences for those who consume them, especially over long time periods are currently unknown.”
✪ HSBC: The World’s Dirtiest Bank
In late July, First Niagara Financial Group announced that it would buy 195 retail bank branches in New York and Connecticut from HSBC for around $1 billion. [1]  HSBC acquired the branches when it bought the spooky Marine Midland in 1980.  According to Global Finance, the UK-headquartered HSBC Holdings is the world’s 3rd largest bank with $2.36 trillion in assets. [2]  Formerly known as Hong Kong Shanghai Bank Corporation, HSBC has served as the world’s #1 drug money laundry since its inception as a repository for British Crown opium proceeds accrued during the Chinese Opium Wars.  During the Vietnam War HSBC laundered CIA heroin proceeds.
✪ Madness: Even School Children Are Being Pepper-Sprayed and Shocked with Tasers
There is something truly disturbing about a society that seeks to control the behavior of schoolchildren through fear and violence, a tactic that harkens back to an era of paddle-bruised behinds and ruler-slapped wrists. Yet, some American school districts are pushing the boundaries of corporal punishment even further with the use of Tasers against unruly schoolchildren.  The deployment of Tasers against “problem” students coincides with the introduction of police officers on school campuses, also known as School Resource Officers (SROs). According to the Los Angeles Times, as of 2009, the number of SROs carrying Tasers was well over 4,000.
✪ 21,000 domains transfer out of Go Daddy in 1 day
Domain registrar Go Daddy lost over 21,000 domains yesterday. It could be a coincidence–or it could be the result of the company’s p.r. debacle over its support for the Stop Online Piracy Act.
✪ Patriot Missiles Seized, Sold To China by Israel
Finnish authorities have confirmed the seizure of 69 Patriot missiles manufactured by Raytheon Corporation today. During a routine search of the MS Thor Liberty, a ship flagged by the Isle of Man, at the Finnish port of Kotka, authorities found 69 Patriot missiles of a type capable of intercepting ICBMs, the most modern available and America’s most sensitive military technology.?log=out
✪ Police irked by the rise of online vigilantism
Dany Lacerte is one example. The young Quebec City father started a Facebook page to track and expose suspected online predators. He joined a popular online meeting site and created a fake profile of a 13-year-old girl. He said he catches about five men a day and tries to film them over an Internet video-chat site. However, he didn’t blur the faces of the men he allegedly caught before posting videos of them online. He has been threatened with a lawsuit from one of the men he filmed. Earlier this year, a group of teens dressed as superheroes are gaining notoriety for a series of videos they posted in which they confront alleged pedophiles in Chilliwack, B.C. In a spin-off of Dateline NBC’s To Catch a Predator, the boys pose as teen girls in chats with men looking for sex, then arranged to meet the men at fast-food restaurants in the city.
✪ The Google Goblins Give Firefox a Reprieve–But What About the Open Web?
For me, the charm of Facebook ended when my list of favorite books disappeared. The astonishing thing about the original lists of favorite things on Facebook was that you could instantly see anyone else in the Facebook land who was interested in anything on your own list. It was so surprising to discover this. Really popular things would show tens of thousands of devotees, but so many times, there would be just ten, or 100, or even two. Once in a while it would be a friend, or a friend of a friend, who shared a hitherto unknown and unsuspected taste for The Lost Scrapbook or the solo works of Yukihiro Takahashi. A magical thing. I friended a couple of complete strangers just because they were fellow Thurber freaks. These connections were random, unmonetized, unmediated. We can still do this on the Internet now-on Twitter, say, the new home of random and improbable connections-but not on Facebook. Not any more.
✪ Occupy Wall Street Becomes Highly Collectible
Occupy Wall Street may still be working to shake the notion it represents a passing outburst of rage, but some establishment institutions have already decided the movement’s artifacts are worthy of historic preservation. More than a half-dozen major museums and organizations from the Smithsonian Institution to the New-York Historical Society have been avidly collecting materials produced by the Occupy movement. Staffers have been sent to occupied parks to rummage for buttons, signs, posters and documents. Websites and tweets have been archived for digital eternity. And museums have approached individual protesters directly to obtain posters and other ephemera. The Museum of the City of New York is planning an exhibition on Occupy for next month. “Occupy is sexy,” said Ben Alexander, who is head of special collections and archives at Queens College in New York, which has been collecting Occupy materials. “It sounds hip. A lot of people want to be associated with it.” Thanks Jasmine
✪ The Apple Collection, 1986/87 – Catalog of Weird Apple Products
✪ Why do Women Menstruate?
Why humans (and most primates, some bats, and elephant shrews) menstruate is a question that many have attempted to answer in some way… some explanations more convincing than others. The downsides to menstruation (the process of shedding the endometrium of the uterus that was built up in anticipation of the possibility of the implantation of a fertilized egg); “throwing away a substantial amount of blood and tissue,” “leaving a blood trail or filling a delicate orifice with dying tissue” in a “world full of predators and disease,” not to mention the menstrual cycle’s “uncomfortable, awkward, and sometimes debilitating” symptoms; seem to necessitate a strong explanation for the evolution of the feature. Not only is it hard to find a theory that explains why just a few mammals find it more evolutionarily advantageous to menstruate, it’s difficult to come up with a theory that explains why all those other mammals haven’t found it more efficient as well.
✪ 2011 in Review: The Year Secrecy Jumped the Shark
As the year draws to a close, EFF is looking back at the major trends influencing digital rights in 2011 and discussing where we are in the fight for a free expression, innovation, fair use, and privacy. The government has been using its secrecy system in absurd ways for decades, but 2011 was particularly egregious. Here are a few examples
✪ Lee County Deputies Tied Suspect to a Chair, Gagged Him, and Pepper-Sprayed Him to Death
From Fox 13 in Tampa comes the horrifying story of Nick Christie, a 62-year-old Ohio man who was detained by the Lee County Sheriff’s Office for being publicly intoxicated. While Christie’s wife asked that he be taken to the hospital, Lee County cops decided instead to strip Christie naked, tie him to a chair, cover his face, and then pepper spray him repeatedly, until he died
✪ Killed over Concords: The Internet Murder of Tyreek Amir Jacobs
The disbelief over unruly crowds fighting and being pepper sprayed over Air Jordan Concords turned to mourning when it was reported on social media and blogs that a young man, 18-year-old Tyreek Amir Jacobs, had been killed for the coveted shoes. As the rumors put it, Jacobs was a teen from Washington DC and killed in Maryland, possibly at the Wheaton Mall. A photo of him was passed around, inscribed with his date of birth and date of death. But calls to police revealed there had been no killings under such circumstances in the DC, Maryland and Virginia area. “Nothing like that has happened here, and I hope we would know,” said one Montgomery County police official. While media outlets in the district reported on disturbances around the area, none ended fatally. Still, as of this writing, some 12,000 people were participating in no less than eight Facebook groups about Jacobs’ killing.
✪ Unprovoked attacks at heart of ‘Knockout King’
Matthew Quain still struggles to piece together what happened after a trip to the grocery store nearly turned deadly. He remembers a group of loitering young people, a dimly lit street – then nothing. The next thing he knew he was waking up with blood pouring out of his head. The 51-year-old pizza kitchen worker’s surreal experience happened just before midnight earlier this year, when he became another victim of what is generally known as “Knockout King” or simply “Knock Out,” a so-called game of unprovoked violence that targets random victims.
✪ Secret Weather Weapons can kill millions, warns top Russian politician
A top Duma political leader caused shock waves in a recent television interview when he warned that Russia could deploy an arsenal of new technology to destroy any part of the planet and kill over a hundred million people using secret weather weapons if the United States, the UN or Georgia tried to stop Russias entry into the WTO. Vladimir Zhirinovsky is Vice-Chairman of the Russian State Duma and leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR), the first officially sanctioned opposition party after the fall of communism. The LDPR has deep links with the former KGB and Communist Party and has become a significant force in Russian politics, despite Zhirinovsky himself being branded as a militant neo-fascist.

 

 

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A New York Police State Of Mind

  • Fuck Yeah 80’s!
  • Situated at the landing site of the Apollo 14 Moon Expedition there seems to be something a little out of the ordinary happening. Is this an image of an underground base that has been built by NASA?
  • 4 Bit Craze Not For Epileptics
  • The Google Maps satellite image of Fairfield College in Hamilton, New Zealand, appears to show not one, but six penises (penii? penae?) scrawled on its lawns by merry mischief makers.
  • The NYPD is pressuring Manhattan club owners to buy ID scanners that collect the personal information of every patron carded at the door, sources said.

    The move is ostensibly part of police anti-terror efforts, according to one source said — but opponents are crying foul, saying it’s a civil-rights violation for patrons and could lead to identity theft.

    “Any bar below 14th Street has been approached by . . . a police sergeant,” said one angry nightclub owner who asked to remain anonymous.

    “They say you need to get these scanners. I have three places and it’s happened to two of them. Police are pressuring us,” the owner said.

    Bars with the devices have bouncers swipe every patron’s ID card through the scanner. The patron’s name, date of birth and address is then downloaded and made available to the NYPD upon request.

  • The Shroud of Turin was made by medieval artist Giotto, it was claimed yesterday.

    The 14ft length of fabric, said to be the burial cloth of Christ, bears a faint image of a man and appears to be stained by blood.

    However carbon-dating tests have suggested it was produced between 1260 and 1390.

  • All planets move around their stars in the same direction as the star spins—at least that’s what we thought. But now Australian National University astronomer Dr. Daniel Bayliss and his colleagues have found a planet that breaks the mold.
  • The man who can sell icebergs to eskimo may be a great salesman, but the guy who can tug icebergs to Saudi Arabia will be remembered as an engineering genius.

    French engineer Georges Mougin may be that man. Fast Company reports that ever since the 1970s, he’s been working on a method to tow freshwater icebergs across the Arctic. Now, with 3-D tech, declassified satellite data, and tugboats, he might have cracked the way to quench the world’s thirst.

  • A Catholic doctors’ association in Germany believes it can cure the sexual orientation of gays and lesbians with sugar pills — though only at their request, the group says. But the homo-homeopathy has been harshly criticized by members of its target community.
  • Nuclear expert Arnie Gundersen talks to CNN’s John King about the dangers of the radiation situation in Japan.
  • On Sunday a story appeared on the PBS website saying that Shakur was still alive and hiding out in New Zealand.

    The rapper was shot dead in 1996 in Las Vegas.

    A group calling itself LulzSec claimed to have hacked the site in a posting on the microblogging website Twitter, saying the attack was motivated by a recent documentary about the whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks.

  • This Black & White Mickey Mouse cartoon was released on june 17, 1933. On this cartoon Mickey Mouse makes a robot to fight against gorilla “Kongo Killer” in boxing ring.

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Barf is the New Black!
Experiments in the Revival of Organisms (1940)
This disturbing Russian film records the successful experiments in the resuscitation of life to dead dogs.
village voice > nyclife > Fashion Forward by Nina Lalli
These are the kinda reviews you get when you hire Punk Rock Jake to work at yer store! Haaaah!
LightRoller video
Cat Gives Birth To Mouse-Like Kitten?
Student Loses Computer Over Bush Criticism
“The lyrics were from “Bullet,” a 1978 song by the punk band The Misfits. Willis replaced references to President Kennedy with Bush’s name.”
Did a French vaudeville star once specialize in trained flatulence?
Today’s History Lesson.
Drug Ring Sold Pot-Laced Candy, Soda
World’s biggest burger
Video Game Remix – Golden Shower
8 Bit Rock!
Decode the numbers on your fruit
ARTNATOMY
Death and Taxes
Visual chart of where yer tax dollars go.
DNA origami creates world’s smallest happy face
A little happy.
Man Wearing Milk Crate Robs Store
Great Picture! Soon to be a new fashion craze.
Drug trial creates ‘Elephant Man’
Just Say No!
Chickens Suit
Fowl Fashion
The Video Game Revolution
Pentagon plans cyber-insect army
What happens when they get smart and revolt?
Creamy Pink Snow Covers Russian Region
The latest weird colored snow update!
Aging Japan builds robot to look after elderly
It can smell when you soiled yer diapers.
Flipping The Bird: Protected Free Speech?
Boris Artzybasheff’s amazing illustrations from As I See
Guns Into Guitars
Shoot off a few rounds at the end of a hot guitar solo!
South Korea gets rare yellow snowfall
[Insert Asian Joke Here]
Canadian held for deserting U.S. marines in 1968
PAPERMAG: Ain’t Nuthin’ But a New York Thing
Translated version of German aNYthing Article in De:Bug
We Made Brendan Fowler’s Top Ten in Art Forum!
Wooooooooo!
isolatr beta
antisocial networking site!
More Spiderman
Spiderman Vs. Sexual Abuse
For Sale: Island with Mysterious Money Pit
Sounds like some shit outta the Goonies!
How To Make a Secret Hollow Book
I knew books were good for something!
www.myspace.com/breannahelen
24 going on 12…You wanna be my friend? I smell a sting!
US issues biometric passports despite concerns
PIN Scandal “Worst Hack Ever;” Citibank Only The Start
Welcome to the modern age of crime.
Flooded with feces
“It looks like someone had diarrhea in my tub.”
Court backs ‘Bong Hits 4 Jesus’ banner
The Will Smiths
Thanks Espo!
CIA Films at the National Archives
Police Search New Jersey’s ‘Bermuda Triangle’
Is this where the Jersey Devil lives?
Labor Camps for U.S. Dissidents
Labor Camps for U.S. Dissidents
Talk About Strange Bedfellows
Cat And Orangutan Play, Cuddle, And Sleep Together
He’s a hardened criminal
Another article about the permanent boner criminal, this one with a photo.
Scarface: Fucking Short Version
Fuck!
Scientists: Liquid water erupting on Saturn moon
60’s Monster Model ‘The Victim’!
Fortified Wine Reviews
*~ HiC! ~*
Woman escapes jail time for bestiality
Erection keeps burglar out of jail
“A medical report revealed that doctors stuck needles in his manhood for 90 minutes in an attempt to reduce its size. But five minutes later it was erect again.”
After 450 years, feudal outpost votes for democracy
“a tiny self-governing island in the English Channel ‚Äî embraced the modern world Wednesday, when legislators voted to swap its feudal government for democracy.”
Man accused of making thousands of obscene calls
“Hood’s phone records show he made 2,623 calls in 20 days, “all basically obscene in nature,” Coshocton County deputy Brent McKee said.”
Why I Still Breastfeed My 8 Year Old Girl
Got Milk?
Court says oral sex law violates rights
“Today, in 38 of the 50 U.S. states consensual sex with a 16- or 17-year old is legal.”
Education for Death
Anti-Nazi Disney Film
the Found Footage Fest preview
Awesome Found Footage!
Viking Kittens X Led Zeppelin – Immigrant Song
Mr.T Shows Us How It’s Done!
SFPD Video Scandal
“A parody video that features uniformed and plainclothes San Francisco police officers and racist and sexist stereotypes has led to the suspension of at least 20 police officers.”
Subservient Donald
The Gas That Makes You Laugh
How to make Nitrous Oxide from a 1949 magazine!
New Animal Resembling Furry Lobster Found
Shave it and eat it!
Most Abortions Now Illegal in South Dakota
“The South Dakota law – approved by the governor on Monday – makes it a crime for doctors to perform terminations.”
Red rain could prove that aliens have landed
Raining Alien Blood
Glam Rocker Gary Glitter jailed for sexually abusing girls
Do you wanna touch? YEAH! Do you wanna touch? YEAH!
Sings “The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins”
Hobbits Unite!
Greeting Cards For Jailbirds
Ouch! With sex injuries, love really hurts
“…breaking your penis isn‚Äôt rare.”
Presidential Diseases – Diseases of the Presidents of the United States
Time
“On June 17th, every year, the family goes through a private ritual: we photograph ourselves to stop a fleeting moment, the arrow of time passing by.”

Sweaters Made From Dog Hair!
Birth Story Diaries
Gore + Porn = Life
Did Someone Say ‘Explosive Diarrhea”?!
Artist gets naked to earn bread
An artist who baked a life-size model of her own naked body out of bread dough will watch her audience eat it at an exhibition.
A True Toy Story
20,000 toys Cover a gallery’s walls.
Virtual Earth Technology Preview
3 Year Old Chinese Smoker
Beat Box meets Harmonica
Nude Figure Skating
BBoy Luca “Lazylegz” Patuelli
Handy Capable
Band Sticker on Bike Causes Bomb Scare
Duuuuuhhhhhhh!!!
Guido Description
Anti-Guido Site
Threat – It Follows/Screaming At A Wall
X StRaiGhT & ALerT X
Ramones – Judy Is A Punk – Live ’74
Dodger
Little vs. Led Zep
POPaganda: The Art and Subversion of Ron English
Two teens held in bombing of McDonald’s toilet
Door Dive
There are some bored motherfuckers out there!
Amazing Racist!
– Call Of The Wintermoon
Black Metal Corspe Paint Wizards in The Forest Ruins!
Churches.
Got Beef? Vietnamese Roll Deep!
V-Unit!
Car Gets Smashed!
Big With Liquid Paper
“Write yer MySpace URL!”
bum fights car
Seized seeds could have produced 42 million joints
Sexual Recovery Institute :: Understanding Compulsive Masturbation
Bags Of Cocaine Brought To Class By Second-Grader
They start early these days!
Rugby fan cuts off his own testicles with a pair of blunt wire cutters!
BBW Breast Art
Now That’s Art!
Art museum party gets out of hand
Been There, Done That!
The Kid America Club
Finally They Got Their Website Goin’!
Husband eats 50-year-old chicken
Little Bed-In
Sex Pistol Note Here
Sex Pistols snub Rock N Roll Hall of Fame
In a handwritten note posted on their website, they called the institution “urine in wine”.
Virtual Tittie Bounce-Ometer
You Gotta Check This Out!
How to catch a mouse without a mousetrap
Do-It-Yourself Abortion Manual!
The Latest 40 Images Posted To Live Journal
Interesting Fetish: Knitting + Chastity
Boy, 12, Sticks Gum on $1.5M Painting
From Cash to Yachts: Congressman’s Bribe Menu
“Prices came in the form of a “bribe menu” that detailed how much it would cost contractors to essentially order multimillion-dollar government contracts…”
Does Cleveland Police Logo Contain Image Of Pig?
I Smell Bacon!
Smithsonian Preparing for Hip-Hop Exhibit
Weekly Review (Harpers.org)
Always a good read.
Drunk Serge Gainsbourg vs Whitney Houston
“I said I want to fuck her.”
Me, Don’t Tell Me
San-Francisco teenage gangs and the unfriendly world they inhabit.(1961)
Mummy (Mad Monster Party)
Check out the cool skeleton garage band!
Blue – Venus
Nintendo Commercial
Check the Zelda rap, yo!
Korine on David Letterman
Recording Of Argument At Busta Rhymes Video Set Surfaces
Atomage Magazine (Including Atomage Rubberist And Atomage BondAge) Appreciation Site (Rubber, Latex, PVC And Leather Fetish) – Atomage Magazine
Dentist gives pet dog a gold tooth
Fronts For Fido
Boxing Cats!
Thomas A. Edison – 1894
Batman Onomatopeyas
*~ Biff! Bamm! Poww! ~*
Mahna!
EuroDisco Version of Apache!
Dude is scary when he laughs.
Dog + LSD = Bad Trip!
Bowie – Fame – Soul Train 1975
Sun Ra Footage!
Medley 1985
RoachCam Live!
retrievr – search by sketch / search by image
Draw a shape, this page searches flikr for an image match…pretty cool.
Sneaker Trees in the News
“To the law enforcement community, shoes tossed over power lines are signs of gang and drug activity in an area, the officers said.”
MC Hammer Blog
UUUHHHGGG-rrrr!
Weird Meat
Mmmmm…delicious!
RIP Don Knotts
aka Mr. Furley
Would-be rock star plunges from bed to death
“A teenage guitarist got so carried away while bouncing up and down on his bed mimicking a rock star that he flew out of a third floor window to his death…”
South Dakota Trying To Make Most Abortions Illegal
on the news
You gotta wait for the moneyshot!
Pryor interview loaded on cocaine
Out the Jams – MC5
It’s time to…it’s time to…Kick out the jams, MOTHERFUCKERS!
Butter, Cheese, & Chocolate Sculptures!
Find Your Friendly Neighborhood Sex Offender
Plug Yer Address In And Feel Unsafe!
Virtual Needlepoint Porn
Secret Tennessee Weed Growing Cave!
Faces of Meth!
FRONTLINE: the meth epidemic
Police: Vandal Trapped By Tombstone
“…a teen became pinned under a tombstone after tipping it over during a vandalism spree at a local cemetery.”
Severed penis found in convenience store microwave
Hot Pockets!
MI6 payouts over secret LSD tests
Human Guinea Pigs Dosed in the 50’s
LEGOd Video Games
Funny Church Signs
Sniffers, Huffers, Etc.
Graffiti artists have written “Sniffers will never die” on one wall at Papunya, a community near Alice Springs struck down by the brain-killing addiction.
Teen arrested for MySpace gun photos
Vintage Motel Postcards
Ancient Cave Art Full of Teenage Graffiti
Buddha Boy has nation guessing: holy or hoax?
Testosterone Nation – The Most Hated Man in Bodybuilding
“A Freak’s Freak”
What George Washington Really Looked Like
About the dollar bill : “You might say that portrait might be an example of an artist’s revenge”
World’s Biggest Collection of Full Cigarette Packs
Fags!
One Million Dollar Ferrari Totaled!
Schizophrenia, Aging and Art
The Educational System Was Designed to Keep Us Uneducated and Docile
2 Kool 4 Skool
Music By L. Ron Hubbard (MP3s)
Space Jazz for Scientologists!
Police: Man Hides In Bathrooms, Drinks Boys’ Urine
“Listening to him describe it, it’s like listening to a crack or cocaine addict. He’s addicted to children’s urine”
Sect Allowed to Import Its Hallucinogenic Tea
Niggar Family
Breakfast
Flag – Depression
5 Piece Flag Post-Damaged Pre-My War Play Mike Muir’s Garage 30th April, 1983 Dez’s Last Show
Brains – Target Video Clip
Hardcore Masters!
Slap Crew
Happy Slap Video – Awesome Off-The-TV Quality!
Paul Krassner.com
The Disneyland Memorial Orgy Poster On Sale…Wally Wood Rules!
– American Bandstand 1967
Panther (Psychedelic Pink – 1968)
PP on LSD
-Noise Annoys/ Love You More
Stone Fucked Up On Dick Cavett
Biscuit City
Detroit Artist Paints Derelict Houses Tiggeriffic Orange
20 Minute Video About The ‘Amen Break’
Breakbeat history
Penis prank gains world honour
“He stapled his penis to a crucifix, poured cigarette lighter fluid over it, and set it ablaze before a stunned crowd, including his mother.”
Crazy eBay mom
How to Make Fried Oreo Cookies!
Strange Things You Likely Didn’t Know
This looks like these emails that my dad always prints out.
Beggr – Scrounging 2.0
Brother Can You Spare An E-Credit?
Paul Really Is Dead
Turn Me On, Dead Man!
Henry Rollins vs the Australian Govt
Animation Celebrates It’s 100th Birtrhday!
Humorous Phases of Funny Faces – the First Animated Short!
Hurtt Prize: Should you be worried?
Big Brothering Big Brother Right Back!
(1972 England) – “Silver Machine” space rock
Before the Speed and Motorhead There was Acid and Hawkwind for Lemmy.
Sly and the Family Stone -Everyday People/Dance To the Music – Ed Sullivan Show
We need some uplifting music like this nowadays!
James Brown Super Bad Soul Train (1973)
Damita Jo Freeman Kills It!
in Vietnam
A True ‘Shotgun’!
Is Yer Brain On Heroin
Cat Feeder – You Gotta See This One!
Meow-Meow-Meow-Meow!
9/11 Lamp
Sex Offender Could Face 30 Years For Fucking A Dog!
The Ugly Face of Crime
Ugly people are more likely to commit crimes.
TV AD Funkentelechy vs. The Placebo Syndrom
More P-Funk Awesomeness!
Funkadelic 1969
Fuck Yeah! Check out the crazy Mr.T afropuff doo!
R.I.P HAROLD HUNTER 1974 – 2006
Music intensifies ecstasy effects, study says
Vibrator with USB hook-up
On the menu today: horse penis and testicles with a chilli dip
Mmmmmmm!
Tiki Fireplace
Too Fuckin’ Cool!
Wee Herman – Public service announcement on crack
Two 80’s icons together…HOLY SHIT!
Moss Cocaine Video
Ssssssnnniiiiiffffffffff
on American Bandstand!
POP and The Stooges – TV EYE Detroit 1970
“That’s peanut butter!”
Marimba Ponies!
Young Japanese Kids Rock Out Music Video!
New gadget repels teenagers
Cheney Shooting Cover-up?
Let’s Go To The Ballistics
freestyle in Bed Stuy at 17 yrs old
Storm drops dark brown snow in Colo.
Eeeewww! Don’t eat the brown snow!
iSuckMP3Blogs
“iSuckMP3Blogs is a hastily-named Application (Written in Applescript Studio) that uses Jeff Veen’s intelligently constructed wget command to suck down only the new MP3’s from your favorite blogs.”
Man Coughs Up Nail 35 Years After Accident
The Rap Dictionary
Robot Controlled By Slime Mold!
Future RoboCop
Yet More Abu Ghraib Torture Photos Surface
What A Disgrace!
Least Wanted’s Mugshot Photo Collection Flickr
I Heart Mugshots…Portrait Photography’s Bastard Son!
Gang Resources – Gang Signs
NYC Street Gangs Circa 1960,1970,& 1980
“Muppet Show” Baltimore club version video
LED Throwies
Ehem…Graffiti
New Abu Ghraib Photos Released
Shit Is Fucked
Atomic Bomb detonation photos by Harold Edgerton
Man Ejaculates in Library, Witness Says
Man charged with having sex with a sheep has been sentenced to prison
He has to register as a sex offender, too!
3D Painted Rooms – 2Loop.com
Pretty fuckin’ cool!
A parent’s primer to computer slang
133t5p33k 101 RoTfLoL
Spacesuited Women
Out of this world fetish!
Interesting optical illusion
sssssssssSnakesssssssss!!!
FOUND Magazine | Find of the Day
200 Amazing Secrets & Household Hints for Saving Money
Cheap! Cheap!
Amaztype
Search a keyword and have that keyword spelled out with book images…pretty cool.
Smallest Pacman Flash
Pencil in penis backfires
A Serbian man needed emergency surgery after sticking a pencil inside his penis to keep it stiff during sex.
Gethuman Cheats
How to get real customer service people on the phone quick for many companies- numbers to dial to get out of computerized hold hell.
The $1,000 Sundae!
Israeli Anti-Semitic Cartoons Contest
Meth users force more tax dollars for dental costs
Making a Living in Second Life
People are making a living in the cyberspace of the online game Second Life
. : Harvey Sarcastic Disco : .
Pussy Slips
Loose Lips Sink Ships
Nipple Slips
Iraq War Costs $100,000 per Minute
WTF
Nip Set Video
Little Boy: The Arts of Japan’s Exploding Subculture
Cool exhibit curated by Murakami
ELP Laser Turntable: plays vinyl records without a needle
Only $14,999!
Tunguska: The Fire In The Sky
Crazy event that took place in 1908…was it a comet?
Woman Hangs ‘Sex Offender’ Sign on Wrong House
Boy charged with felony for carrying sugar
VP Cheney Bucks Down Fellow Hunter
Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia
Crazy Collection of Politically Incorrect Tchotchkes
Scarlett Johansen’s Ass
Peace In Yer Middle Crease
Severed Voodoo head found in air luggage
Cowboy Monkey!
Herman could be ‘biggest bunny’
Holy Shit!
This Dude REALLY Likes Video Games!
inter-Face
Some Real Weird Shit!
Dollar Ring
ロボット動画を無料配信
Transformer Robot
Celebrity Yawning!
They Look Kinda Like Blow-Up Dolls.
WARNING: This Site Is Yawn Inducing!
Tunnel Accident
Greatest Hits Montage Of Russian Tunnel Car Crashes!
Man who reported marijuana stolen shows up to ID it for cops
Houston ‘car surfing’ death highlights dangers
Here in NYC we taxi surf.
TreeHouse Workshop
Fuck Yeah! I’ve always wanted a treehouse since I was a kid and saw an episode of Zoom where this kid had a multistory one with electricty. There used to be a treehouse in Tomkins Square Park that Harley from the Cro Mags lived in.
Yippies Invade Disneyland 1970
Interactive Tour of Walt Disney’s Disneyland Apartment
50 Cent & Aerosmith Play 10 Million Dollar Bat Mitzvah!
Police: Deadly pain-killer being sold as heroin
“…some heroin that has been sold recently under brand names “Undertaker,” “Lights Out” and “Overdose.” Ouellet said the ghoulish names are not uncommon, and are used to signal how high a person will get from a certain drug.”
Urine drinker booted from job as crossing guard
The Roots Music Listening Room
Old Timey MP3’s
Boy’s Web cam opens portal to a grim world
I Was A Teenage Camwhore
Police Beat: Indecent exposure in library
“To be honest, the Internet connection at my dorm isn’t good enough.”
Suspect Ends Up Covered in Pot After Chase
Dope Boyz
Teenage Mutant Ninja Jeezy
Mosh Greatest Hits Video
Mosh II: Electric Boogaloo
The Proper Words Song
A fortysomething man in overalls sings about proper terminology for your anatomy.
Gum Wrapper Archive
70’s – 90’s
Best of Bootie 2005 CD
Massssh Upppzzzzz
Girls Gone Wild Creator Blackmailed!
“My name is Joe Francis,” he says repeatedly in a damaged monotone, slurring his words in a continuous stream. “I’m from Boys Gone Wild, and I like it up the ass.”
Jake Boyle Online
Punk Rock Jake Fansite…We’re All Jealous!
Super Bowl XL Commercials
The Best Part of the Superbowl
GERMS INTERVIEW, FLIPSIDE FANZINE #2, 1977
Too Much Monkey Business
W. TF
Illuminati Conspiracy Archive: ConspiracyArchive.com
Public Domain Movie Torrents with PDA iPod Divx PSP versions
Walking With Bigfoot
Enhanced Version Of Famous Patterson-Gimlin Late 60’s Bigfoot Footage
JFK assassination film hoax
JFK MURDER SOLVED – Reward
The Zapruder Film – Conspiracy – Blah Blah Blah
Adbusters Culturejammer Headquarters
McDonald’s Videogame
A Take-Off On Advergames
Barris.Com!
King of the Kustomizers!
Pee & Poo dolls
watersport & scat plushies
Furnished home found in storm drain
Homeless Hook Up A Storm Drain in San Diego
The Wisdom of Parasites.
Wasp Hijacks Roach By Turning It Into A Zombie!
Man charged with taking dead mom’s morphine moments after she dies
“You Won’t Need This Any More!”
Sonalog — GypsyMIDI Motion capture MIDI controller
Bionic-Looking Midi Trigger
Man who distributed pictures of genitals gets 7 years
“…he took pictures of his own genitals and plastered them to the cars of 100 women in Southeast Valley parking lots from 1999 to 2005.”
RARE MIXES MASTERMIXES REMIXES BOOTLEGS AND PIRATE RADIO FROM THE MID 80s
Super Mario Bros Super Synth Sound Board
Remix Mario Sounds!
Al Lewis, Beloved as ‘Grandpa Munster,’ Dies at 95
RIP
Heroin Implants Turned Puppies Into Drug Mules
Songs about Heroin
Pac-Man Ass Tattoo
Wakka! Wakka! Wakka!
Police: Man offered crack to officer in uniform
Popcorn-Song.com
Oh Shit, It’s A Whole Site About ‘Popcorn’!
Cookie Monsters of death-metal music.
Wall Street Journal Interviews Frank Oz, The Voice Of The Cookie Monster, About His Influence On Death Metal!
LSD Tested on British Troops – Google Video
Troops Trip
Neave Lab › Pinwheel
Drugless Acid Effect
baitcar_oncoming.wmv (video/x-ms-wmv Object)
Oncoming! Oncoming! Crystal Meth is a BITCH!
EXCESS ALL AREAS
Take More! Take More! TAKE MORE!
Glue Sniffing and Pills
Vintage Film Strip With Groovy Graphics
Drug Identifier
Enter The Shape, Color, & Markings To Find Out What Yer About To Wash Down With That Beer.
Vintage Drug Ads
How to mess with Coke Machines
Hack a Coke Machine!
How I stalked my girlfriend
Using GPS To Spy On A Loved One…No Privacy In The Modern Era
International Real Estate – Islands for Sale Worldwide
Fuck Saving For A House…I’m Saving For An ISLAND!
Cocaine Blunts & Hip Hop Tapes
We eat so many shrimp
unkut.com – A Tribute To Ignorance (Remix)
Party Flyers
A Shitload of Old School Hip-Hop Party Flyers
Oh Word
HoustonSoReal
BEAUTIFULHUSTLE.COM | Healin hoods with this shit up out my kitchen..
phallus.is
Dick Museum In Iceland
-:* Sedlec Ossuary Gallery – Page 1 *:-
Holy Shit…40,000 Skeletons Decorate This Church In The Czech Republic!
Keith Richards guitar chops fan, 1981 video clip
Ka-BonG!
Crispin Glover on Letterman
Classic Shit, River’s Edge Era! Hiiii-Yah!
Eyebrow-Raising Tattoos
Fuck You!
The Odds of Dying
Now Taking Bets!
Doug Gilford’s Mad Cover Site
Every Mad Magazine Cover! What, Me Worry?
7 i n c h p u n k
Awesome Collection Of MP3’s From Rare Punk 7 Inch Gems!
Cute Overload! 😉
So Damn Cute It’ll Make Yer Teeth Hurt!
IRAK NYC
Fan Fotolog
PONG-Story
The Story Of The First Video Game
dizzydvd1.mov (video/quicktime Object)
We Got The Dizzy DVD In The Store, Yo!
Christian T Shirt Design from Godly Garb.
Jesus Is The New All-Over Print!
The Daily Monkey
New Monkey Every Day!
NYPL Digital Gallery
Thousands Of Vintage Images For Yer Browsing Pleasure
Original Gangsta Bling Diamonds
Photoshop Tutorial For All You Begining Street Wear Graphic Designers
Lame/funny/bad tattoos for your enjoyment.
Stupid Is Forever
Nintendo Punch-Out! Live Reenactment
Crip Walkin’
Blue Note: Over 1000 great jazz album covers
Some Good Shit Right Here!
Project Censored / WanttoKnow.info
Censored News Stories of 2005: Top 10 Project Censored News Stories
Blotter Art
LSD Graphics
One Word Movie
Castle of love
Take Yer Girl To White Castle For A Romantic Valentine’s Dinner
Answer Songs, Parodies, and Death Tunes
Vandals wanted to test Amsterdam subway trains
Nothing Can Be Truly Vandal Proof . When There’s A Will, There Is A Way!
The ABC’s of Sex education for trainables
A 70’s training film for people who need to teach sex ed. classess to the mentally disabled.
35mm Stock Footage Building demolition
11 Minutes Of Buildings Blowing Up!
Concern over rise of ‘happy slapping’ craze
UK Kids Beat Up People And Record It On Their Phones…Coming To NYC Soon!
Sunday Times: My strange life with someone else’s face
The world’s first face transplant recipient, Isabelle Dinoire, pictured for the first time in public since her operation.
Other dimensions might soon be detected
Beach Blanket A-Ron
(The Other) Top 10 Most Ridiculous Black Metal Pics of All Time
Las Vegas SUN: Former porn star dies in car crash outside Las Vegas
Anna Malle Dead At 38
The Latest Craze: Anal Bleaching
Celebrity NippleWatch‚Ñ¢
BBS Ads Collection v1.0
Cool ASCII Art From The Pre-Internet Days
Dateline Warns On The Dangers Of MySpace
“When ‚ÄúDateline‚Äù surfed MySpace, we found scenes of binge drinking, apparent drug use, teens posing in underwear, and other members simulating sex, and in some cases even having it. We also found less provocative pages like Shannon‚Äôs was, but potent
Weird Pissing Sculpture
Jeremy Reid’s Backyard Roller Coaster
Steve-O Trashed Beyond Belief
SNEAKER JOCK FROM MILANO
Sneaker Nerds Take It To The Extreme
All-Ages Kirk/Spock Archive: Star Trek gay romantic art
Nordic Viking Metal With Naked Synth
Psssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss
jan_pehechaan_ho.mpg (video/mpeg Object)
Masked 60’s Bollywood Dance Craze
slow_dogs.mov (video/quicktime Object)
Wwwwwwwwwwooooooooooooooooooffffffffffffff
Plan59 > Mid-Century Commercial Art and Illustration
Mid-Century Commercial Pop Art
Rat Kings
Ewwwww!
Jello City In The Ghetto
This Is How We Learn To Fold Shirts At The aNYthing Store
SupersizedMeals.com – Foodstuffs of Epic Proportions
For All You Fat Fucks!
SitePal – How Sitepal Works?
Creepy animated people who are supposed to help you sell on yer website. Fun to play with for a lil’ while.
Tennessee “Crack Tax” brings in nearly $2 million in first year
Mermaids, jackalopes and a one-eyed pig
RFID-Zapper(EN) – 22C3
DIY RFID-Zapper Made From Disposible Camera
Urban Legends Reference Pages: Photo Gallery (Licensed to Thrill)
Honk If You Like Anal!
2005 Mug Shots Of The Year
Find Music You’ll Love – Pandora
This Fuckin’ Rules! Check It Out!
PAPERMAG: They Only Come Out at Night
Dash Snow Portfolio
Artfagzzzz
artnet.com Magazine Features – 24-7
Interview With Ryan McGinley
Ryan McGinley
This Fag Needs To Update His Site Already!
Superdickery.com
Superman Is A Dick!
The Yellow Icon : Quality Freeware Icons For You
Weird To Think That People Actually Sit Around And Make These
STLtoday – News – St. Louis City / County
Ankle bracelet can catch DWI offenders who cheat
CBC News Indepth: Aboriginal Canadians
Aboriginal Canadians Huff Gas
CNN.com – Fine for urinal art attacker – Jan 24, 2006
A Frenchman who attacked and damaged “Fountain,” a urinal declared a work of art by Dada pioneer Marcel Duchamp, was ordered on Tuesday to pay a fine of ‚Ǩ214,000 euros ($262,700)
Alleged Crack Dealer Uses Business Cards
“…the business card had an image of what appeared to be an alarm clock being hit by a boxing glove and said: “For a quick hit on time call the boss.”
Feds smoke out largest drug tunnel yet
Mexican Drug Smuggling Tunnel
DuckHunt 1945
DuckHunt x 1945 Videogame Mash-Up
The Advertiser: Treasure in the sand
Expensive Whale Puke
Adult diaper sales soar in China
For All You Chinese Adult Baby Fetishists
Paris Hilton doesn’t change facial expressions (original sound)
This Bitch Must Be A Robot…She Sure Fucks Like One!
yougottoloveit.mp3 (audio/mpeg Object)
Grade A NyC Beef!
Litwack.org
Cool Blog That Linked To Us
popsike.com – searchresults – rare vinyl records auction results
Check Out How Yer Lil’ Round Black Plastic Investments Are Doin’!
aNYthing glob
Loop-De-Loop Never Not Worksafe
EFF: Homepage
we make money not art
Joe La Pompe
Synapse Magazine – Electronic Music and Synthesizers
Old School 70’s Electronic Music Magazine. Cool DEVO Interview!
Dead Porn Stars
Kooks Museum Lobby
ookworld – Observing Obscure Kulture – index
Music You (Possibly) Won’t Hear Anyplace Else
Spread The Good Word
PCL LinkDump
Get LoFi
Dead Porn Stars – Alex Jordan,Angelique Pettijohn,Arcadia Lake,Cal Jammer,Chance Ryder,Charli Waters,C.J. Lang,Joey Karson,John C. Holmes,Kim Kitaine,Krysti Lynn,Laurien Dominique,Lei Lani,Leslie Glass,Linda Wong,Lisa De Leeuw,Lolo Ferrari,Megan Leigh,Moa
A list of dead porn stars with photos, dates, and causes
R. Luke DuBois
Every #1 song ever to appear on Billboard Top 100 squashed into one long song
The Weird World of 70s Cinema * Home
Retro Thing
Urban Legends Reference Pages: What’s New
Satan’s Laundromat
This is a photolog of New York, with an emphasis on urban decay, strange signage, and general weirdness.
:: Mikey Sklar :: Electric Clothing ::
DIY RFID human implants
Jecta – Electonic Animal Identification
electronic ID administering equipment
1984 Grenada Comic Book
BME: Body Modification Ezine – The biggest and best online bod-mod site since 1994
modblog.bmezine.com: Body modification blog (piercings, tattoos, suspension, and more)
The Memory Hole [rescuing knowledge, freeing information]
Rubber Johnny
“It’s the creepy video everyone is talking about”
AudioMastermind
Module-records blog about electronic music: Wee arrre the rrrobotsss
The Internet Pinball Machine Database
CLIR Reports
Copyright Issues Relevant to Digital Preservation and Dissemination of Pre-1972 Commercial Sound Recordings by Libraries and Archives
It’s JerryTime!
Cool Autobiographical Animation With An ‘American Splendor’ Flavor
Tick Tock Toys – Archives & Galleries
NPR : Kool Herc: A Founding Father of Hip Hop
Library of Vinyl Experience (L.O.V.E.)
The Hype Machine – Today’s Blog Music
ear fuzz
Funky16Corners
Mastermix dot org old school pirate bootleg mp3s
The Vice Guide To New York Graffiti
*** Keep A Breast ***
IRAK: Fact Magazine
sixcentz.com nyc graffiti
Myspace.com
5th Dimension Forum
Criminal Mischief
MTAA-RR [ news/twhid/unmerry_prankster_in_nytimes.html ]
witz.org: When Graffiti guys go to jail
Shitwhistle!
Criminal Mischief by Nicole Gelinas
Wooster Collective : Stickers / Posters / Graf / Culture Jamming
A Fistful of Westerns : A site dedicated to the Spaghetti Western movie genre.
SUB POP RECORDS
God Hates America — A Warning to the USA!!!
Pinball Pal
music (for robots)
CRACKERPACKS-Firecracker Labels
Music thing
Srs Sexual Reassignment Surgery Miami
Not For The Faint Of Heart…Not Worksafe…BE WARNED!
The Pirate Radio Hall of Fame
Looping tools
The Essential Ghoul’s Record Shelf
Chocoreve
Blotter Art :: LSD Blotter Index from 1980’s
Circuitbend
Ben Samuels’ Classic Golden Age Comic Book Cover Gallery
DrugTexT articles main page
Maunsell Towers
Cool rusted structures that used to host a pirate radio station.
www.phrack.org
Boing Boing: A Directory of Wonderful Things
Daily Rotten: Weird News
BLAM-BLAMMED!
IRAK NYC
aNYthing
SeMeN SpErMs SuPa SiTe
www.myspace.com/semensperms

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