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Black Flag Live @ Ukrainian Hall Hollywood Los Angeles CA, 12/10/82


Setlist: 1) What Can You Believe 2) Slip It In 3) My War 4) I’ve Heard It Before 5) Depression 6) Modern Man 7) Nervous Breakdown 8) I’ve Had It 9) Beat My Head Against The Wall 10) Scream 11) I Love You 12) No Values 13) Jealous Again 14) Nothing Left Inside 15) Six Pack 16) My Rules 17) Fix Me 18) Police Story 19) Revenge 20) Thirsty And Miserable 21) Can’t Decide 22) Wasted 23) Louie Louie 24) Damaged I 25) No More 26) Black Coffee 27) Rise Above 28) TV Party

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Modern Man

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Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on February 7, 2015

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Mid-Century Modern Dom

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Modern Problems

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The Rapper Who Cut His Penis Off And Jumped Off His Balcony May Make A Porno Now
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Rugby Star Todd Carney Lost 3 Million Dollar Contract Because He Pissed In His Own Mouth #Bubbling
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Reptilian Shapeshifter Busted Live On Air?
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Conservatives Are Purposely Making Their Cars Spew Black Smoke To Protest Obama And Environmentalists #CoalRollers
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Report: Virtually All Food Imported Into U.S. Not Inspected By FDA
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University offers female students extra credit for not shaving their armpits
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Burger King Goes Gay With ‘Gay Pride Whopper’ #Gaysploitation
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Worse than Bush: Poll finds more voters see Obama as the worst president in modern times
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The Biggest Diamond In The Known Universe Has Been Found, As Massive As The Sun
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NYPD Cop-Turned-Demonologist on Why He Believes Possessions Are on the Rise
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The tasteless history of the peeing Calvin decal

Archbishop Condemns Satanic ‘Black Mass’ at Okla. City Civic Center as ‘Sacrilegious’

Headbanging To Motorhead Causes Fan’s Brain To Bleed

Officer’s Conviction in Cannibalism Case Overturned
 

How Neuroscience Reinforces Racist Drug Policy

Berkeley To Force Marijuana Dispensaries To Provide Free Weed For Low-Income Patients

Autopsy finds high school senior died from caffeine overdose

Psychedelic mushrooms put your brain in a “waking dream,” study finds

Citrus Growers Manufacture Huge Amounts of DMT

10 Anti-Drug Ads That Make You Want to Take Drugs

Anti-rape jeans and bra: Indian college girls invent range of security gear

Study: Fish Feel Pain, Recognize Individuals Like Mammals, Can Pass On “Cultural Traditions”

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Action Park Is Back! The Most Insane Amusement Park Ever

Action Park Traction Park 6 Dead

Growin’ up in the tri-state area, everyone had a story of a relative or friend bein’ injured at Action Park, it was like a suburban legend. So craze to see it’s open again.

 

Action Park is an amusement park located in Vernon, New Jersey, USA. The park was open from 1978 until 1996 while it was owned and operated by Great American Recreation. In 1996, the park closed and was re-opened under new management in 1998 as Mountain Creek Resort and Crystal Springs Resort ski area. On April 2, 2014, the original management, who has since repurchased the property, announced that Mountain Creek Waterpark would be renamed back to Action Park beginning with the Summer 2014 season, based on an increasing rise in nostalgia, as current adults recount their experiences at the park in the 1980’s and 90’s.

Man Drowns In Wave Pool Action Park

The original Action Park featured three separate attraction areas: The Alpine Center, featuring an alpine slide, Motorworld, and Waterworld. The lattermost was one of the first modern American water parks. Many of its attractions were unique, attracting thrillseekers from across the New York City metro area. The park’s popularity went hand-in-hand with a reputation for poorly designed, unsafe rides; underaged, undertrained, and often under-the-influence staff; intoxicated, unprepared visitors; and a consequently poor safety record.

Action Park Injuries Up In '86

At least six people are known to have died as a result of mishaps on rides at the original park. It was given nicknames such as “Traction Park”, “Accident Park”, and “Class Action Park” by doctors at nearby hospitals due to the number of severely injured parkgoers they treated. Little action was taken by state regulators despite a history of repeat violations. In its later years personal-injury lawsuits forced the closure of more and more rides and finally the park itself in 1996.

Action Park Negligence

Weird New Jersey Action Park Memories

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Vintage LUI Covers – Classic French Erotic Sexy Adult – The Magazine Of The Modern Man

Lui Magazine Roller Skates

Lui (French for “Him”) is a French adult entertainment magazine created in November 1963 by Daniel Filipacchi, a fashion photographer turned publisher, Jacques Lanzmann, a jack of all trades turned novelist, and Frank Ténot, a press agent, pataphysician and jazz critic.

The objective was to bring some charm “à la française” to the market of men’s magazines, following the success of Playboy in the USA, launched just a decade before.

France, indeed, in the first half of 20th century had an outstanding reputation for erotic publications, feeding also foreign market and inspiring also ersatz French-flavoured magazines abroad, when, for example, US publishers used French-sounding titles like Chère and Dreamé or placed tricolour flags on the covers, attempting to attract the casual buyer. It was anyway a semi-clandestine circulating material, not allowed to be freely displayed or openly bought. In this sense Playboy changed the way ‘soft-pornography’ (become more respectfully ‘adult entertainment’), can be publicly circulated.

This magazine was particularly successful from its origins to the early eighties, afterwards it began a long decline. It was published regularly till November 1987 (the final issue of this first series was the number 285). After 1987 there was a further attempt to relaunch the title but the publication ceased again in 1994. Passed into the hands of the media group of Michel Birnbaum, after a transient stimulus, it became a pornographic magazine with episodic dissemination. It was published every three months.

After the purchase of the title by Jean-Yves Le Fur, it has been relaunched on September 5, 2013 as a high-end magazine with Frédéric Beigbeder at his helm.

First series (1963–1987)
This magazine successful recipe was combining content with depth articles and beautiful naked women, featuring many B-List but also celebrities, often prominent French actresses, such as Brigitte Bardot, Mireille Darc, Jane Birkin or Marlène Jobert.

It featured a monthly pin-up by Aslan. The first girl to pose on the cover was Valérie Lagrange (the number 1 appeared on 11 January 1963)) photographed by Francis Giacobetti, future director of the soft-core movie Emmanuelle 2.

The magazine hosted also a cartoon by Lauzier: Les Sextraordinaires Aventures de Zizi et Peter Panpan. Among the first collaborators are Jean-Louis Bory, René Chateau, Philippe Labro, Francis Dumoulin, Francis Giacobetti, Siné, Michel Mardore, Gilles Sandier and many others.

The magazine motto was Lui, le magazine de l’homme moderne (The Magazine of the Modern Man). In the beginning, it had also a mascot, a cat’s head, similarly to the magazine Playboy Bunny, but it disappeared in the early 1970s.

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