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Our Menagerie Of Germs Is Influencing Our Behavior
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Sex-Crazed Narcissist Pretends He’s an Artist
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Shoecam Used To Film Store “Upskirts”
Florida man with hole, iPod in shoe filmed woman at Walmart
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How Black Pepper relieves Cannabis Anxiety
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This Anti-Drug PSA Might Actually Encourage Kids To Take Drugs
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Man Set New Wife On Fire For Sleeping With Ex-Lover On Wedding Night
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No. 1 Most Expensive Coffee Comes From Elephant’s No. 2
#ElephantShitCoffee
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Hotel threatens guests over ‘logging’ craze no one even knew about (deliberately pooing in the pool)
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Human Excrement Smeared on Police Cars in Greenwich Village
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Nude Bank Robbery Suspect Spits On Police
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I’m a cop. If you don’t want to get hurt, don’t challenge me. #PoliceState
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Graffiti-Art Exhibit Is Artless to Police Commissioner Bratton
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A Man Allegedly Posed As A Security Screener And Patted Down Women At San Francisco Airport
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Uncle Lou’s Scrapbook: Polaroids of Classic Porn Stars
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Cop Treated Sid Vicious Like A Regular Punk
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Death By Selfie: Man Shoots Self In Head While Posing For Facebook Pic
dreamindemon.com/2014/08/04/dea…

The Healing Power of Cat’s Purrs
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Guy Claims He Has Tamed a Japanese Giant Wasp, Keeps It on a Leash
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Oklahoma Catholic bishop sues over planned black mass
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The Strange & Curious Tale of the Last True Hermit
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Miles Davis And John Lennon Suck At Basketball (1971)

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  • Duty Calls, a walkthrough of BulletStorm’s Call of Duty parody
  • Stephen Mallon is a Brooklyn based industrial, art, and industrial art photographer. His photographic documentary of the salvage of Flight 1549 (the one that Sully landed safely on the Hudson) resulted in some stunning art work and generated a lot of buzz in the media. His project about the sinking of old subway cars in the Atlantic to build reefs can be seen in his upcoming show “Next Stop Atlantic” at the Front Room Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
  • CouchSurfing is a worldwide network for making connections between travelers and the local communities they visit.
  • The “Tower of David,” a 45-story uncompleted skyscraper located in downtown Caracas, Venezuela, is one of Latin America’s tallest skyscrapers. It is also home to more than 2,500 squatters.
  • The corpse of the high-ranking woman believed to be from the Ming Dynasty – the ruling power in China between 1368 and 1644 – was stumbled across by a team who were looking to expand a street.

    And the mummy, which was found in the city of Taizhou, in the Jiangsu Province, along with two other wooden tombs, offers a fascinating insight into life as it was back then.

    Discovered two metres below the road surface, the woman’s features – from her head to her shoes – have retained their original condition, and have hardly deteriorated.

  • These Hobo Signs below, plus a large glossary of Hobo Terms are available in printed form in my book “The American Hoboes” “Riders of the Rails”
  • A court in Rome on Thursday sentenced a former Catholic priest to 15 years in prison for child abuse, as a wave of paedophilia cases by clergymen across Europe reaches Pope Benedict XVI’s doorstep.
  • Sheepish scientists refer to it as a tail, but the appendage dragging behind the male frog recently discovered in Mendocino County is no tail.

    The little amphibian, known as a coastal tailed frog, is unique among frog and toad species for its comparatively magnificent, let’s call it, copulatory organ.

    The unusual species was found recently for the first time in the 23,780-acre Garcia River Forest, farther south than it has ever been known to exist. Biologists say the 1- to 2-inch-long amphibian has a lot going for it, most notably its genitalia, which can get up to a quarter of the length of its body.

  • Mum-of-two Rifca Stanescu was 12 when she had her first child Maria.

    She urged the girl not to follow her example – but Maria gave birth to son Ion while only 11.

    Rifca had married jewellery seller Ionel Stanescu when she was 11 and he was 13.

    They eloped because Rifca feared her father wanted her to marry another village lad in Investi, Romania. She was forgiven when she had her daughter – making her mum, also Maria, a great-gran at 40.

  • “Psychic Projections/Photographic Impressions: Paranormal Photographs from the Jule Eisenbud Collection on Ted Serios” features a series of images produced by Theodore Judd Serios (1918-2006), a bellhop from Chicago who appeared to possess a genuinely uncanny ability. By holding a Polaroid camera and focusing on the lens very intently, he was able to produce dreamlike pictures of his thoughts on the film; he referred to these images as “thoughtographs,” and many striking examples are on display in the exhibition.
  • New Zealand-based research organization AgResearch has abandoned its 13-year animal cloning research program after it proved to be an abysmal failure. A company report states that “only 10 percent of the cloned animals survived through the research trials,” and it also admits that the animals underwent “unnecessary suffering” in the process.

    For years, AgResearch has unsuccessfully tried to modify animals to create more milk, grow faster, resist disease, and even unnaturally grow special proteins from genetically-modified animal embryos for use in human drugs. But reports indicate that most of the animals used in its trials experienced severe pain and suffering as a result, while the vast majority of them ended up dying from either spontaneous abortions or hydrops, a condition where a cow’s uterus fills with water and results in the mother having to be euthanized.

  • Video obtained by FOIA to NIST by an anonymous person who directed it be sent to Cryptome.
  • Facebook is reportedly moving forward with plans to provide third-party developers and external websites with access to the home addresses and cellphone numbers of its members.

    The social networking site originally announced the feature in its Developer Blog in January only to incur serious public outcry over security concerns. Within three days of the announcement, Facebook suspended the feature until the hype died down, only to reintroduce it today.

    Facebook reaffirmed it would indeed be allowing third parties to request access to users’ address and phones numbers.

    The motivation behind Facebook’s move is the enormous amount of cash marketers and third-party websites will pay the site for the pressure information. It’s all part of Facebook’s bigger plan to become a viable marketing channel for businesses.

  • Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had been exhaustively in front of cameras promoting the right for people to protest in Egypt, Bahrain, Iran, and Libya. She’s been touting the freedom to use social networking sites as a way for Arab people to organize against their oppressive regimes. Now, the Administration is even considering arming the opposition in Libya.

    Clinton’s perpetual propaganda efforts exposed her blatant hypocrisy when a silent peaceful protester was violently removed from one of her recent speeches on the very subject. However, the hypocrisy now seems to go much deeper in her deafening silence over the prospect for protests in Saudi Arabia.

  • Google this week admitted that its staff will pick and choose what appears in its search results. It’s a historic statement – and nobody has yet grasped its significance.

    Not so very long ago, Google disclaimed responsibility for its search results by explaining that these were chosen by a computer algorithm. The disclaimer lives on at Google News, where we are assured that:

    The selection and placement of stories on this page were determined automatically by a computer program.

    A few years ago, Google’s apparently unimpeachable objectivity got some people very excited, and technology utopians began to herald Google as the conduit for a new form of democracy. Google was only too pleased to encourage this view. It explained that its algorithm “relies on the uniquely democratic nature of the web by using its vast link structure as an indicator of an individual page’s value. “

  • Gil Kerlikowske, Director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, said legalizing marijuana would greatly increase its use, but that the issue should not only be approached as a criminal justice problem.

    Kerlikowske added that prescription drug abuse was “clearly” the greatest drug problem in the United States.

  • AN ALIEN race which gave a former policewoman ‘orgasms’ may have been spotted by others across Bromley, according to government documents.
  • Brazilian gardener discovers phallus-shaped fruit in backyard

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“A boy shows off his magnum of Veuve Clicquot for the camera; a naked couple poses in a hotel room; a dog looks up from scavenging in the trash: Dash Snow’s Polaroid photographs document his own life in New York’s Lower East Side, a vie bohème that, in its excess, verges on the surreal.” –Whitney Biennial Day For Night 2006 Catalogue

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“Simon Curtis, out of jail and in a tie-dyed T-shirt, laughed at this.”
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“Simon Curtis is tall and affable, with a shy inwardness befitting a teenagehood spent alone in the bedroom drawing comics and pouring over heavy metal and punk records. Even now, at age 35, his face is both stubble-marked and fleshy, a disarming mix of man and boy.” – New York Times

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