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1970s NY Graffiti Artists Still Have Urge to Tag
Witten and a generation of urban latchkey kids who spray-painted their initials all over Manhattan in the 1970s and ’80s and landed in the city’s street art scene are coming of age — middle age, that is.
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1% Rappers
#20 Rick Ross – Net Worth $25 Million #19 Tie between T-Pain and T.I – Net Worth $30 Million #18 Nelly – Net Worth $55 Million #17 Busta Rhymes – Net Worth $60 Million #16 Ludacris – Net Worth $65 Million #15 Beastie Boys – Net Worth $75 Million Each #14 Timbaland – Net Worth $75 Million #13 Pharrell Williams – Net Worth $77.5 Million #12 Tie between LL Cool J and Akon – Net Worth $80 Million #11 Kanye West – Net Worth $90 Million #10 Lil Wayne – Net Worth $95 Million #9 Ice Cube – Net Worth $100 Million #8 Snoop Dogg – Net Worth $110 Million #7 Birdman – Net Worth $115 Million #6 Eminem – Net Worth $120 Million #5 50 Cent – Net Worth $250 Million #4 Dr. Dre – Net Worth $260 Million #3 Master P – Net Worth $350 Million #2 Jay-Z – Net Worth $475 Million #1 Diddy – Net Worth $500 Million
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It’s raining heroin on Indo-Pak border
On an average, more than a kilogram of heroin was seized every day on the Indo-Pak border adjoining Punjab for the first six months of this year. Records with the Border Security Force (BSF) show that in the first half of 2012, the force has seized a record 197 kilograms of heroin worth nearly Rs 1,000 crore. This is nearly three times more than 68 kgs seized last year. It is also the highest amount of the drug seized in the past five years.
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The Shining finally gets a second movie
Warner Bros have confirmed that they are working on a prequel to the Jack Nicholson thriller – which contained the famous line, “Heeere’s Johnny.”
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Heroin drug targets middle school students
Cheese is the slang name for a mixture of black tar heroin and Tylenol PM. The substances are combined and come out looking much like parmesan cheese. The resulting product is sold for as little as $2 per hit. Kids in the Dallas-area are buying “cheese” with their lunch money, according to media reports. They’re snorting the stuff up their noses – often at school – and dying in alarming numbers, according to the Dallas County medical office. A recent study by the Dallas Independent School district determined that more than 5,000 kids have tried cheese. More than two dozen have died of overdoses. Most, like Mariela, first take the drug in middle school. That’s shocking. Middle school students are being targeted by drug dealers and turned into heroin addicts before they reach high school.
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TSA Checkpoints Exposed: Journalist Tracked, Targeted and Harassed for Filming
Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange breaks down WRC Correspondent Julio Rausseo’s experience at the Chicago Union Station, 1 week after releasing a video exposing TSA checkpoints being setup there.
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The Aleppo Codex Mystery
One day this spring, on the condition that I not reveal any details of its location nor the stringent security measures in place to protect its contents, I entered a hidden vault at the Israel Museum and gazed upon the Aleppo Codex — the oldest, most complete, most accurate text of the Hebrew Bible. The story of how it arrived here, in Jerusalem, is a tale of ancient fears and modern prejudices, one that touches on one of the rawest nerves in Israeli society: the clash of cultures between Jews from Arab countries and the European Jews, or Ashkenazim, who controlled the country during its formative years. And the story of how some 200 pages of the codex went missing — and to this day remain the object of searches carried out around the globe by biblical scholars, private investigators, shadowy businessmen and the Mossad, Israel’s intelligence agency — is one of the great mysteries in Jewish history.
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Just a face in a crowd? Scans pick up ID, personal data
As you scan the face on that giant billboard, it may just be scanning your face right back. Increasingly sophisticated digital facial-recognition technology is opening new possibilities in business, marketing, advertising and law enforcement while exacerbating fears about the loss of privacy and the violation of civil liberties. Businesses foresee a day when signs and billboards with face-recognition technology can instantly scan your face and track what other ads you’ve seen recently, adjust their message to your tastes and buying history and even track your birthday or recent home purchase. The FBI and other U.S. law enforcement agencies already are exploring facial-recognition tools to track suspects, quickly single out dangerous people in a crowd or match a grainy security-camera image against a vast database to look for matches.
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Palestinians Rip Romney’s ‘Racist’ Praise for Israel – Candidate again steps in it, says Israel has better ‘culture’ for business
Mitt Romney offended Palestinians again today, saying that Israel was more prosperous than Palestine because of its superior culture and the will of God. “You notice such a dramatically stark difference in economic vitality” between Israel and Palestine, Romney said at a fundraiser in Jerusalem today, citing each nation’s per-capita GDP, the AP reports. He went on to say that in considering Israel’s accomplishments “I recognize the power of at least culture and a few other things” including the “hand of providence.”
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30 Global News Events The Batman Massacre Allows The American Media To Ignore
The essence of the infor­ma­tion war is the timely inter­jec­tion, dis­tor­tion or omis­sion of news events. Reports can min­i­mize, omit or basi­cally bury key news sto­ries that require analy­sis while mag­ni­fy­ing oth­ers which are of lesser impor­tance to the keen, ana­lyt­i­cal mind. While the Bat­man mas­sacre is tragic, the buzz in the so called alter­na­tive media cir­cle is cen­tered around the litany of ongo­ing sto­ries that will be sti­fled in the week to come by the main­stream media’s focus on the Aurora, CO shoot­ing. Beyond that, the analy­sis you read here is not all pre­sented as 100% fact, some con­clu­sions are pre­sented in light of other evi­dence, and where noted, some are spec­u­la­tive based on edu­cated the­ory. In this era of total media bom­bard­ment, to the point of over­load, some events have to be con­sid­ered beyond just what is con­firmed in print or on video and must be eval­u­ated in the full con­text of pos­si­ble human behav­ior.
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Feds Sue Telecom for Fighting Warrantless Search
The Justice Department is suing a telecommunications company for challenging a request from the Federal Bureau of Investigation for customer information — despite the fact that the law authorizing the request explicitly permits such challenges. According to documents provided by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), which is representing the telecom, the company (whose name is one of the many redacted details in the documents) received a national security letter (NSL) in 2011. An NSL is essentially a self-issued search warrant whereby the FBI bypasses the Fourth Amendment and demands information about an individual without bothering to obtain a judge’s consent — and forces the recipient of the letter to keep mum about it because disclosure would allegedly harm national security. NSLs were employed somewhat sparingly prior to 2001 but became widely used — and abused, as the Justice Department’s inspector general reported in 2007 — after the misnamed Patriot Act loosened the require
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Feeling bad about your life? Well, at least you’re not this guy!
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American fast food diet unleashes disease epidemic sweeping across Asia
Though increasingly looked down upon here in the U.S. as a sign of slothfulness and low socioeconomic status, routine fast food consumption in some parts of the world is actually considered to be culturally desirable. But as foreigners progressively adopt the American fast-food lifestyle in place of their own native foods, rates of chronic disease are skyrocketing, including in East and Southeast Asia where diabetes and heart disease rates are off the charts. According to a recent study published in the journal Circulation, globalization continues to usher U.S.-style fast food into East Asian countries like Singapore, Malaysia, and Cambodia, where natives, especially those from the younger generations, are quickly adopting things like hamburgers and fries in place of their traditional fare. And based on the data, this Western fast food craze is responsible for a significant uptick in cases of diabetes and heart disease.
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Scientists Read Monkeys’ Minds, See What They’re Planning to Do Before They Do it
Neurologists working with monkeys at Washington University in St. Louis to decode brain activity have stumbled upon a rather surprising result. While working to demonstrate that multiple parameters can be seen in the firing rate of a single neuron (and that certain parameters are embedded in neurons only if they are needed to solve the immediate task), they also found that they could read their monkeys’ minds. This isn’t exactly ESP, but it is really interesting. The researchers came to find out that by analyzing the activity of large populations of neurons, they could discover what actions the monkeys were planning before they made a single motor movement. By monitoring neural activity, the researchers could essentially see what the monkey was thinking about doing next.
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CIA “Manages” Drug Trade, Mexican Official Says
In a recent interview, Chihuahua state spokesman Guillermo Terrazas Villanueva told Al Jazeera that the CIA and other international “security” outfits “don’t fight drug traffickers.” Instead, Villanueva argued, they try to control and manage the illegal drug market for their own benefit. “It’s like pest control companies, they only control,” Villanueva told the Qatar-based media outlet last month at his office in Juarez. “If you finish off the pests, you are out of a job. If they finish the drug business, they finish their jobs.” Another Mexican official, apparently a mid-level officer with Mexico’s equivalent of the U.S. Department of “Homeland Security,” echoed those remarks, saying he knew that the allegations against the CIA were correct based on talks with American agents in Mexico. “It’s true, they want to control it,” the official told Al Jazeera on condition of anonymity.
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Is There Too Much Pressure to Engage in Crazy, Kinky Sex?
What those trying to aggressively market an ever more “exotic sex life” fail to realize is that sexual preferences aren’t shaped by artifice. Buying a leather slapper won’t suddenly give you a penchant for spanking—and let’s face it, if you were really into the idea in the first place, you probably would have gone DIY and just picked up a hairbrush long before now. Making people feel shitty about their vanilla-ness is mainly a capitalist calculation. As any marketing exec knows, the moment people become satisfied is the moment they stop buying stuff.
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Black Hat presentation shows iris-scanning breach
A research team from Universidad Autonoma de Madrid and West Virginia University have troubling findings for those who think iris scanning is one of the safest methods of biometric security. Their reverse-engineered, “replicated eye” image was able to bypass iris scanning, fooled into thinking the synthetic image was real and correct. Javier Galbally and his team printed out synthetic images of irises taken from codes of real irises stored in security databases to test iris-scanning vulnerabilities. An iris code is the data stored by recognition systems when they scan a person’s eye. This is information that the researchers could replicate in their synthetic images. A commercial iris system only looks for the iris code and not an actual eye, Galbally noted. He and his team tested their fake irises against a leading commercial-recognition system. In 80 percent of attempts, the scanner believed that the attempt was a real eye.
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Was the “Batman Shooting” a Ritualistic Murder Carried Out by Mind Controlled Patsy?
Shooter James Holmes even went as far as to take Vicodin, a drug found in Heath Ledger at the time of his death. Vicodin is a powerful pain-killer with morphine-like effects that is used in mind control to “dull out” victims. Is there some kind of ritualistic connection between The Dark Knight, the sacrificial death of Heath Ledger and this new installment of a Batman movie that was “launched” with a mass murder? Is there a reason why this mass-murder, which occurred during the midnight screening of a movie called Dark Knight RISING took place in a city called Aurora, the name Roman goddess of dawn (dawn being the time where the sun begins to rise)? Another interesting fact: Aurora is considered to be the mother of the morning star, also know as the Light Bringer, or Lucifer.
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Social Scientists Might Gain Access to Facebook’s Data on User Behavior
Social scientists hungry for Facebook’s data may be about to get a taste of it. Nature has learned that the social-networking website is considering giving researchers limited access to the petabytes of data that it has amassed on the preferences and behaviour of its almost one billion users. Outsiders will not get a free run of the data, but the move could quell criticism from social scientists who have complained that the company’s own research on its users cannot be verified. Facebook’s in-house scientists have been involved in publishing more than 30 papers since 2009, covering topics from what drives the spread of information and ideas to the relationship between social-networking activity and loneliness. However, because the company fears breaching its users’ privacy, it does not release the underlying raw data.
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With A Chemical Injection, Blind Mice Can See
Two of the most common causes of blindness are retinitis pigmentosa, a genetic disease, and macular degeneration, an age-related disorder. Both are characterized by damage to the rod and cone cells in the retina, which robs the eye of its photoreceptors. Treatments for these forms of blindness focuses on restoring the retina’s abilities, and we’ve seen a few examples — stem cell injections, implantations of light-sensitive compounds using viruses, and a whole host of electronic devices and artificial retinas. A chemical called AAQ can also make these damaged cells sensitive to light again, and it wouldn’t require any foreign substances or stem cells.
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How Much Is Your Gmail Account Worth?
The cloud backup guys over at Backupify put together a calculator to help folks estimate the value of their cloud-based Google Gmail web mail accounts. So what’s the average account’s worth? $3,588.85, Backupify’s Jay Garmon writes in a blog post. That’s the value of the time invested in the average Gmail account, given how many emails the average Gmail user has written (5,768), how long it takes to write the average email (one minute, 43 seconds), and the most recent U.S. Depart of Labor statistics on average annual salary ($45,230). In other words, if the average Gmail user were paid to recreate all the Gmail messages he or she’s ever written, it would cost $3,588.85.
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Honey buns sweeten life for Florida prisoners
They are a lowly, sturdy food designed for desperate cravings and vending machine convenience. They can endure weeks of neglect and even a mild mashing in a coat pocket or backpack. They are, it should come as no surprise, especially beloved by a similarly hardy but disrespected population: Florida’s prison inmates. Inmates in the Florida prison system buy 270,000 honey buns a month. Across the state, they sell more than tobacco, envelopes and cans of Coke. And they’re just as popular among Tampa Bay’s county jails. In Pasco’s Land O’Lakes Detention Center, they’re outsold only by freeze-dried coffee and ramen noodles. Not only that, these honey buns — so puffy! — have taken on lives of their own among the criminal class: as currency for trades, as bribes for favors, as relievers for stress and substitutes for addiction. They’ve become birthday cakes, hooch wines, last meals — even ingredients in a massive tax fraud. Thanks Jasmine
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Texas woman jailed for stabbing husband: Was it Facebook or PCP use?
Rhonda Roshell Washington, 33, told police her husband was high on PCP when they got into an argument about his drug use at their home in Bryan early Thursday, the Bryan-College Station paper reports. The fight turned physical, she said, and she jabbed him in the hand with her keys. Her husband, however, claimed she became upset about something on his Facebook page and chased him with a knife, stabbing him in the hand.
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UK’s largest skateboard unveiled ahead of Olympics
This isn’t a story about a skateboarding giant, the UK’s largest skateboard has been created to mark the fact two thirds of children think the Olympics will only be worth watching when more extreme sports like skateboarding are included, obviously. Measuring a staggering seven metres in length, two and half metres in width and at a metre high, the oversized board weighs as much as a baby African elephant – so any ‘ollies’ or ‘kick flips’ are probably out of the question.
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The Joke’s on You
Our lazy embrace of Stewart and Colbert is a testament to our own impoverished comic standards. We have come to accept coy mockery as genuine subversion and snarky mimesis as originality. It would be more accurate to describe our golden age of political comedy as the peak output of a lucrative corporate plantation whose chief export is a cheap and powerful opiate for progressive angst and rage.
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Google: we failed to delete all Streetview data
Despite repeated assurances in public and to the Information Commissioner, Google has admitted that it did not in fact delete all the data, which could include passwords and emails, collected over open WiFi networks by its Streetview mapping cars in 2010 in a number of countries around the world. The news means that Britain’s recently reopened investigation into the so-called WiFi snooping could be bolstered by an opportunity to re-examine evidence that the ICO had asked to be destroyed. The ICO has demanded to examine the data “immediately” to look for evidence that it is in fact more extensive than Google had originally claimed, as authorities in America had discovered for data collected there.
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Tim Geithner Admits Banks Bailed Out With Rigged Libor, Costing Taxpayers Huge Amount
But he also said that, months later, when it came time to set bailout terms for the Too Big To Fail Set, the government just had no other choice but to use Libor. Sure, that’s one way to look at it. Another, less charitable way to look at it is that the Fed was fully aware that Libor was being manipulated lower, and was fine charging an artificially low rate to lend money to banks and to AIG, in what amounted to yet another kind of bailout. Why make life harder for them, right? They had enough problems dealing with the crisis they had created. Raising red flags about Libor might have only made the crisis worse, making it harder for banks to borrow money. But in the process, the government left untold mountains of cash on the table for U.S. taxpayers. Even if Libor was only manipulated a tiny bit lower, these small breaks add up.
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Woman Claims Watching 3D Film Made Her Pregnant
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What Terrorizes Americans Most: Guns or Sexual Freedom?
America treats sex, not violence, as the biggest threat to families and the nation, starting with Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) ratings bestowing action flicks that brutalize half-naked nymphets a PG-13, but anything suggesting female pleasure the deathly NC-17, as happened with the marital cunnilingus scene between Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams in Blue Valentine. A common argument against gay marriage or condom commercials is, “What would I say to my kids,” as if sex talk destroys childhood innocence.
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19 Examples Of How Control Freaks Are Killing America With Their Completely Ridiculous Regulations
The control freaks are winning, and they are absolutely killing America. Our founding fathers intended to establish a nation where Americans would be free to pursue “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” in an environment where freedom was maximized and government interference was minimized. Unfortunately, our nation has turned away from those principles and is now running 180 degrees in the other direction. For some reason, our political system tends to attract psychotic control freaks that want to micromanage our lives and make most of our decisions for us. These control freaks are actually convinced that freedom and liberty are “dangerous” and that there should be a rule or a regulation for just about everything. This is not just happening on the federal level either. The truth is that the control freaks are often the worst on the local level. When you add up the red tape on all levels of government, we literally have millions of laws, rules and regulations in America
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Iran nuclear energy facility hit with malware that plays AC/DC at full volume
An email to F-Secure — allegedly sent from an AEOI scientist — detailed the attack, noting that the malware has shut down some of the facility’s automated processes. The rather vague wording of the email leaves a few unanswered questions as to just what parts of the AEOI are in danger, but one piece of information was very clear: The insidious software prompted several of the group’s computers to begin playing the song “Thunderstruck” by AC/DC in the middle of the night, and at full volume.
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600-year-old linen bras found in Austrian castle
A revolutionary discovery is rewriting the history of underwear: Some 600 years ago, women wore bras. The University of Innsbruck said Wednesday that archeologists found four linen bras dating from the Middle Ages in an Austrian castle. Fashion experts describe the find as surprising because the bra had commonly been thought to be only little more than 100 years old as women abandoned the tight corset.
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Skydiver Fearless Felix jumps from 18 miles up
On Wednesday, Baumgartner took another stratospheric leap, this time from an altitude of more than 18 miles — an estimated 96,640 feet, nearly three times higher than cruising jetliners. He landed safely near Roswell, N.M. His top speed was an estimated 536 mph, said Brian Utley, an official observer on site. It’s the second test jump for Baumgartner from such extreme heights and a personal best. He’s aiming for a record-breaking jump from 125,000 feet, or 23 miles, in another month. He hopes to go supersonic then, breaking the speed of sound with just his body.
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62,000 pennies used to pay off mortgage
What started out as a joke 35 years ago ended with a Massachusetts man paying off his mortgage using 62,000 pennies. “I’ve never saved anything other than pennies. And it started out as a whim. You know, a penny for the mortgage,” Thomas Daigle told NBC affiliate WHDH-TV of Boston. Daigle, from Milford, Mass., recalled how, after signing the mortgage papers 35 years ago, he found a penny on the ground. He and his wife then joked about collecting pennies to pay off the loan — and the rest is history. Over the next 35 years, Daigle would roll pennies, 50 cents at a time. His bank found out the hard way just how much work that was — it reportedly took tellers two days to unroll the penny cases.
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More odd-colored lobsters turning up in the catch – but why?
Reports of odd-colored lobsters used to be rare in the lobster fishing grounds of New England and Atlantic Canada. Normal lobsters are a mottled greenish-brown. But in recent years, accounts of bright blue, orange, yellow, calico, white and even split lobsters – one color on one side, another on the other – have jumped. It’s now common to hear several stories a month of a lobsterman bringing one of the quirky crustaceans to shore.
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Did the NYPD Break International Law in Suppressing Protest?
A report by a group of civil and human rights attorneys released Wednesday morning paints the clearest picture yet of the New York City police department’s aggressive tactics and over-policing, all of which resulted in the systemic suppression of the basic rights of Occupy protesters. The report, which chronicles events from late September 2011 up to July of 2012, extensively documents numerous ways in which the NYPD acted with excessive force, attempted to intimidate and harass members of the press, expelled activists from public space due to the content of their speech, and ultimately concludes that authorities broke international law in their handling of Occupy Wall Street.
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Mayor Bloomberg Says Cops Should Go On Strike Until Americans Give Up Their Guns
In 2008, ten times more civilians regular people were killed by cops than cops were killed by perps. In 2011, 72 cops were shot and killed in the entire U.S.; in L.A. County alone, cops shot and killed 54 suspects the same year–22 percent of those people were unarmed. As Scott Reeder reported at Reason this morning, “Farmers, ranchers, commercial fishermen, loggers, garbage collectors, truck drivers, construction workers, pilots, steel workers, roofers, and others are far more likely to face death on the jobs than police or firefighters, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.” And as Choire Sicha wrote earlier this year, “2008 was the ten-year low for police officers being killed, and 2012 is, so far, year-to-date, down 49% from last year.”
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Batman Shooter James Holmes on Hardcore Pharmaceutical Drugs
Like virtually all massacre shooters before him, the notorious Batman shooter James Holmes is now reported to have been taking hardcore pharmaceutical drugs. In Holmes’ case, they happen to be the very same drugs that ultimately led to the early death of actor Heath Ledger. With a fix for ‘altering his state of mind’, the ‘Batman shooter’ was heavily hooked on the prescription painkiller Vicodin. Holmes even reportedly dosed up on a pharmaceutical cocktail just before the shooting. Side effects of Vicodin use, even at ‘recommended’ levels which Holmes likely far exceeded, include ‘altered mental states’ and ‘unusual thoughts or behavior’.
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The New Domain Awareness System Will Be Used To Track Potential Criminals And Terrorists
The New York Police Department will soon launch an all-seeing “Domain Awareness System” that combines several streams of information to track both criminals and potential terrorists. New York Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly says the city developed the software with Microsoft. Kelly says the program combines city-wide video surveillance with law enforcement databases. He says it will be officially unveiled by New York’s mayor as soon as next week.
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Two Texas Pre-Teens Create a Fake Facebook Account, Texas Cops Charge Them With Felonies and Lock Them Up
According to the Student Press Law Center, which investigated the girls’ arrest, officials in Hood County, Texas, are refusing to say whether the girls (who were arrested July 16) are still being detained. The center’s reporting suggests that the girls have been behind bars for more than a week for the crime of pranking a fellow student on Facebook
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Painkillers ‘n Coffee Enemas

❑ New powerful painkiller has abuse experts worried
Drug companies are working to develop a pure, more powerful version of the nation’s second most-abused medicine, which has addiction experts worried that it could spur a new wave of abuse. The new pills contain the highly addictive painkiller hydrocodone, packing up to 10 times the amount of the drug as existing medications such as Vicodin. Four companies have begun patient testing, and one of them — Zogenix of San Diego — plans to apply early next year to begin marketing its product, Zohydro. If approved, it would mark the first time patients could legally buy pure hydrocodone. Existing products combine the drug with nonaddictive painkillers such as acetaminophen. Critics say they are especially worried about Zohydro, a timed-release drug meant for managing moderate to severe pain, because abusers could crush it to release an intense, immediate high. “I have a big concern that this could be the next OxyContin,”
❑ Federal funding went to coffee enema study
A decade ago, the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine helped fund a study with the National Cancer Institute of an arduous regimen for pancreatic cancer that is best known for frequent “detoxifying” coffee enemas. The research design pitted standard chemotherapy against a regimen developed by Nicholas Gonzalez, a New York City physician. In the study, volunteers on the Gonzalez protocol got coffee enemas twice a day. They also took dozens of supplements each day, including 69 to 81 capsules of pancreatic enzymes; maintained a strict diet; and engage in other “detoxifying” activities, such as “skin brushing.”
❑ Still more evidence that Morgellons disease is most likely delusional parasitosis, 2012 edition
Imagine having the feeling that tiny bugs are crawling on your body, that you have oozing sores and mysterious fibers sprouting from your skin. Sound like a horror movie? Well, at one point several years ago, government doctors were getting up to 20 calls a day from people saying they had such symptoms. Many of these people were in California and one of that state’s U.S. senators, Dianne Feinstein, asked for a scientific study. In 2008, federal health officials began to study people saying they were affected by this freakish condition called Morgellons. The study cost nearly $600,000. Its long-awaited results, released Wednesday, conclude that Morgellons exists only in the patients’ minds. “We found no infectious cause,” said Mark Eberhard, a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention official who was part of the 15-member study team.
❑ Bonnie and Clyde guns bring $210,000 in Missouri auction
Two guns believed seized from gangsters Bonnie and Clyde in 1933 after a deadly Missouri shootout with police sold for a combined $210,000 at an auction on Saturday in Kansas City to an unnamed online bidder. The bidder paid $130,000 for a .45-caliber Thompson submachine gun, known as a “Tommy gun” in gangster slang. The same bidder paid $80,000 for an 1897 12-gauge Winchester shotgun.
❑ 5 Creepy Forms of Mind Control You’re Exposed to Daily
One of our favorite subjects is the way marketers can use psychology to manipulate you into doing what they want (we don’t think “brainwashing” is too strong a word). We know what you’re thinking: You’re far too cynical to fall for the ads you fast forward through on your DVR or the little tricks employed by marketers and politicians to push your subconscious buttons. But are you sure? Because science has found …
❑ Man gets 40 years for killing mom over Avril Lavigne concert tickets
Prosecutors say he got into an argument with his mother after she refused to call a friend to obtain skybox tickets for him to an upcoming Avril Lavigne concert. Lyons then hit Bolek with a cognac bottle, stabbed her repeatedly and poured chemicals like Tile-X, Drain-O and Rapid insecticide over her body. He was found several hours later at a Hooters restaurant.
❑ Calif. man arrested after driving SUV into subway tunnel
Police arrested the driver of an SUV after he headed straight down a tunnel into the San Francisco subway system, causing massive delays during Thursday morning’s commute. Muni Metro spokesman Paul Rose told NBCBayArea. com in San Francisco the vehicle drove into a tunnel on Church Street shortly before 6 a.m. Thursday and headed east toward the Van Ness Station. The SUV stopped when it got stuck on the tracks, police said. Police say 40-year-old Scott Mitchell of Sebastopol, Calif., was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, failure to obey a stop sign and driving on train tracks.
❑ Scotland is the fake cocaine capital of the world
The reason why is obvious: a 25kg plastic drum of benzocaine wholesales at £2750 from specialist suppliers, but one kilo of high purity cocaine powder – say 89% pure cocaine hydrochloride just off the boat from Colombia – sells at £50,000 in Scotland. So anyone cutting 1kg of coke worth £50,000 with 1kg of benzocaine worth £200 would get 2kg of half-strength product that gives a profit of about 60% on a single cut. Detective Sergeant Michael Miller, a drugs expert at Strathclyde Police, reckons cocaine is cut up to 15 times with benzocaine before it is finally sold in small plastic bags in pubs and clubs as £40 per gramme. Miller and colleagues at the Scottish Crime & Drug Enforcement Agency (SCDEA) reckon the average purity of Scottish street level cocaine is now only 5%.
❑ 10 abandoned places: No-man’s-land
Man-made environmental catastrophes come in varying degrees of tragic, but none is as awful as when human action renders once-pristine land uninhabitable. It’s important to remember that while clean air, water and soil seemingly come for free, those resources require stewardship. Keeping that principle in mind, here’s our list of 10 places that have had to be abandoned because of environmental neglect.
❑ “Huffing” Isn’t Just Kid’s Stuff: More Adults Are Now Abusing Inhalants
Illicit drugs offer a high to adults and youth that comes with a dangerous price. Drugs like marijuana and cocaine cost people physically, mentally, and monetarily. When teens can’t monetarily afford drugs to give them a high, or are worried about using illicit drugs, sometimes they turn to getting their high from inhalants. These kids found that sniffing chemicals that are found in common products like household cleaners was an easy way to get their high. But one new study shows that it’s no longer just kids who are getting their high by “huffing.” A study by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) revealed that more than half of the people who were admitted for treatment of inhalant abuse were 18 years and older. In the past year, 1.1 million adults used inhalants. In SAMHSA’s study, 52 percent of those admitted for inhalant abuse was aged 18 to 29, 32 percent were aged 30 to 44, and 16 percent were 45 and older.
❑ Man ate cat, used tail as necklace
A transient was arrested after police said he skinned and ate a cat while camping inside a Phoenix warehouse and music venue. Authorities say the building’s owners reported a burglary after they opened the warehouse Wednesday and heard blaring music. Police found 24-year-old Russell Christopher Hofstad inside with his face painted and the cat’s tail and intestines around his neck. Hunger claimed Hofstad told police he killed the cat because he was hungry. He also said he was going to use its skeleton as party decorations.
❑ Man sentenced for injecting 3-year-old girl with heroin
Authorities said Jeffrey P. LeBlanc, 31, of 18 Treadwell Drive, Spencer, told them he injected the child with the drug while babysitting for her on the afternoon of Oct. 21, 2010, because she had been ill the night before and he wanted to help her “feel better and relax.” He reportedly said he shot himself up with heroin first, then gave the girl a small amount of the drug.
❑ Chololi – The Nose Hair Notification Service
Have you been dying to tell someone that their nose hairs gross you out? Do you find yourself facing them every day, unable to voice out your disgust? If your answer to these two questions is “yes” , Chololi is just the service for you. It allows anyone to email people anonymously, telling them that their pesky nostril hairs need to be trimmed soon. Originally launched in Japanese, the web service is now available for the English-speaking as well. To use it, all you need to do is go to their website and fill out a form. Provide the person’s name, e-mail address, the nostril through which the hair is visible, the number of hairs and you’re done! The message will be conveyed in secrecy. Just for kicks, you can even choose the tone with which the message is delivered. There’s mild, strong, commanding, and the nastiest of them all, scornful.
❑ Ohio wrestler gets 32 years in HIV assault case
A former professional wrestler was sentenced Monday to 32 years in prison for having sex with women without telling them he had tested positive for the virus that causes AIDS. Andre Davis, 29, was sentenced in a Hamilton County court on 14 counts of felonious assault. Davis, who wrestled using stage names including Gangsta of Love and Sweet Sexy Sensation, was convicted in November. Prosecutors had said Davis violated state law by not telling a dozen sex partners about his HIV status or lying to them. Davis told the judge Monday that he was a “sex addict’’ and that his addiction grew worse when he lost his dream of becoming a professional wrestler after getting the HIV test results. He said sex addiction is probably the worst addiction anyone could have. “Drugs and alcohol are terrible, but sex is something everybody wants,’’ he said.
❑ N.Y. man arrested after passing heroin at Dulles Airport
U.S. Custom and Border Protection agents say Michael Babatune Ayodele, 19, from Queens, N.Y. passed 55 thumb-sized pellets while being questioned during a secondary inspection. Ayodele arrived Jan. 16 aboard a flight from Nigeria via Kenya and Zurich, Switzerland. Customs officers detected inconsistencies with Ayodele’s story about allegedly visiting family in Nigeria. While being questioned, Ayodele asked to use the bathroom, which is where he passed the heroin-filled pellets. Officers took Ayodele to a local hospital where he passed an additional 31 pellets, also filled with heroin. The 86 pellets had a combined weight of 1,089 grams, or more than 2 pounds, 6 ounces, and an approximate street value of about $78,000.
❑ Fleshlipad Holder Concept (Fleshlight iPad Holder and App)
This conceptual design titled the FleshliPad Holder, melds the Fleshlight device to a rubber housing for the Apple iPad (or alternative tablet) allowing the cumsumer to interactively reach self-gratification with various pre-recorded multimedia (photograph, video or animation) designed specifically for the tablet-penis interface. Thanks Baller
❑ Adam Blumenkranz Arrested For Smoking Weed On A JetBlue Flight
This man brings a whole new meaning to the mile “high” club. Adam Blumenkranz, a 42-year-old LA man, was arrested Monday for allegedly smoking pot mid-flight in a JetBlue airplane bathroom, KTLA reports. Flight attendants became suspicious when Blumenkranz dropped a clear plastic bag in the cabin, reports the Associated Press. When he emerged from the lavatory, a “strong smell of marijuana” emerged with him. The plane was flying from Fort Lauderdale, Fla. to Newark, N.J. Police met Blumenkranz at the terminal gate in New Jersey and took him into custody, under charges of possession of a controlled dangerous substance and drug paraphernalia. According to KTLA, Blumenkranz told police he believed he had done nothing illegal because he has a medical marijuana card.
❑ Lana Del Rey, an Artificial Creation?
In a very short period of time, an enigmatic singer named Lana Del Rey went from complete anonymity to the front page of magazines, not to mention intense internet buzz and an SNL appearance. But along with this (almost literal) overnight success came revelations regarding the rising star: She is a total creation of her record company – Interscope, the same as Lady Gaga. When her previous artist persona named Lizzie Grant became a monumental flop, she underwent intense retooling including: A new name (which was assigned to her by her label), plastic surgery, a new musical style, a new image and a new marketing strategy. The same way Stefani Germanotta was “revamped” to become Lady Gaga – a fake persona that fits the requirements of today’s music industry – Lizzie Grant was revamped as Lana Del Rey. Will this alter-persona be used to push the Illuminati agenda in the future?
Boy With Cat-Like Eyes Discovered in China [Video]
Marine to serve no time in Iraqi killings case
A Marine sergeant who led a squad that killed 24 unarmed Iraqis avoided serving any time Tuesday for his role in one of the darkest chapters of the Iraq war, winning leniency through a plea deal that carried no real punishment beyond a reduction in rank. Military judge Lt. Col. David Jones said he did not realize until after he recommended that Staff Sgt. Frank Wuterich serve three months in the brig that his hands were tied by a deal that prevented any jail time.
❑ Picture of Cancerous Deer or Warts? – Shocking!
This picture was shared on Facebook through some of my friends. I am not going to go on and on about this topic. The picture is worth 1,000,000 words. Originally thought to have been shot in a fracking area, of PA, but the story has changed and other sources posted. ***EDIT: Now the story has gotten interesting, and has been changed and sources questioned. I removed the persons name and posted original sources. Apparently the deer was shot in Tenn too, now. This source seem much more credible and has a quote from the hunter.
❑ Caynton Caves: Black magic rituals force closure of mysterious site after owners lose patience with trespassing cult
A labyrinth of mysterious caves has been closed down after its owners finally got sick of them being invaded by a satanic cult. The Caynton Caves, hidden in dense woodland near Wolverhampton, have a rich history stemming back to the 17th century when they were apparently carved out of sandstone by followers of the Knights Templar. In the past, the landowners have tried to be accommodating when sects, good or evil, have asked permission to use the site.
❑ Suspect killed, ate homeless man
A man who allegedly killed and ate a homeless person traveled to Lynn Haven where he was arrested, Lynn Haven police said Wednesday. Tyree Smith, 34, of Bridgeport, Conn., told a family member that he killed the victim with a hatchet, police wrote in a news release. Smith, who was covered in blood at the time, added that “after he bludgeoned the victim he took pieces of brain matter and his eye, which he consumed,” police said.
❑ Millions were in germ war tests
The Ministry of Defence turned large parts of the country into a giant laboratory to conduct a series of secret germ warfare tests on the public. A government report just released provides for the first time a comprehensive official history of Britain’s biological weapons trials between 1940 and 1979. Many of these tests involved releasing potentially dangerous chemicals and micro-organisms over vast swaths of the population without the public being told. While details of some secret trials have emerged in recent years, the 60-page report reveals new information about more than 100 covert experiments. The report reveals that military personnel were briefed to tell any ‘inquisitive inquirer’ the trials were part of research projects into weather and air pollution.
❑ Red Spotlights to Mark ‘Precrime’ Suspects on Streets of New Jersey
In a glowing review of the rising prevalence of high-tech big brother surveillance gadgets in police force use, the Associated Press reports that East Orange, New Jersey plans to cut crime by highlighting suspects with a red-beamed spotlight– before any crime is committed– a “pre-crime” deterrent to be mounted on nearby street lights or other fixtures.
❑ Radioactive material stolen in Egypt
The theft this week of radioactive material from a nuclear power plant under construction in Egypt has highlighted once again the dangers of nuclear looting in countries undergoing social upheaval. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has confirmed that the material was taken from a laboratory at the El Dabaa nuclear power plant on the country’s Mediterranean coast. “According to the information we have, the items that have gone missing are low-level radioactive sources,” says an IAEA spokesperson.
❑ Is The NYPD Experimenting With Drones Over The City? Evidence Points To Yes
They’re used in war zones for surveillance and military strikes. But are there plans to deploy drones in the Big Apple to keep an eye on New Yorkers? More and more people believe it’s inevitable, reports CBS 2’s Don Dahler. Drones are unmanned aircraft that can fly at low altitudes and shoot live video — or shoot live missiles. Surveillance cameras already dot the city’s streets, but is the NYPD exploring the use of even more eyes in the skies, in the form of drones? Some evidence points to yes. A website named Gay City News posted an e-mail it says it acquired through the Freedom of Information Act. It’s purportedly from a detective in the NYPD counterterrorism division, asking the Federal Aviation Administration about the use of unmanned aerial vehicles as a law enforcement tool.
❑ This is a wireless router for your brain, and it shoots lasers
Optogenetics is a method of using light to control cells in the brain. It can be used to alter behavior, model diseases, and maybe even one day, deliver drugs right where you need them. And now, it’s wireless! With lasers! With genetic engineering, we can design cells that respond to light (from lasers or LEDs) by activating or deactivating themselves or otherwise changing their functionality. The appeal of using light to alter cells is that we can turn light on and off at the speed of, you know, light, which allows us to keep up with the speeds at which things happen inside our cells. For example, neurons in the brain send signals to other neurons using electric spikes that occur in just a few milliseconds, but with lasers, it’s possible to very precisely control (or disrupt) these messages, and this is what optogenetics is all about.
❑ A new federal report found 20 percent of Americans had mental illness
One in five Americans experienced some sort of mental illness in 2010, according to a new report from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. About 5 percent of Americans have suffered from such severe mental illness that it interfered with day-to-day school, work or family. Women were more likely to be diagnosed with mental illness than men (23 percent of women versus 16.9 percent of men), and the rate of mental illness was more than twice as likely in young adults (18 to 25) than people older than 50. About 11.4 million adult Americans suffered from severe mental illness in the past year and 8.7 million adults contemplated serious thoughts of suicide. Among them, more than 2 million made suicide plans and about 1 million attempted suicide.
❑ Insight: Top Justice officials connected to mortgage banks
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and Lanny Breuer, head of the Justice Department’s criminal division, were partners for years at a Washington law firm that represented a Who’s Who of big banks and other companies at the center of alleged foreclosure fraud, a Reuters inquiry shows. The firm, Covington & Burling, is one of Washington’s biggest white shoe law firms. Law professors and other federal ethics experts said that federal conflict of interest rules required Holder and Breuer to recuse themselves from any Justice Department decisions relating to law firm clients they personally had done work for.

 

 

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The Unholy Three

☹ Shroud of Turin: Redux
The bottom line on the Shroud remains the same: the Shroud continues to fail several key practical tests, as discussed by skeptical investigator Joe Nickell in his classic work on the subject, Looking for a Miracle:2 Provenance: there is no sign that this object existed before the 14th century; Art history: the Shroud fits into art history as part of a genre of artistic depictions and recreations of burial cloths of Christ; Style: the image upon the shroud looks like a manufactured illustration consistent with 14th century religious iconography, not like a real human being; Circumstance: a 14th century Catholic bishop determined that the Shroud was a “cunningly painted” fraud—and discovered the artist who confessed to creating it; Chemistry: the Shroud contains red ochre and other paint pigments; Radiometric dating: carbon-14 dating tests showed in 1988 that the Shroud was likely created between 1260 and 1390 CE.
☹ New powerful painkiller has abuse experts worried
Drug companies are working to develop a pure, more powerful version of the nation’s second most-abused medicine, which has addiction experts worried that it could spur a new wave of abuse. The new pills contain the highly addictive painkiller hydrocodone, packing up to 10 times the amount of the drug as existing medications such as Vicodin. Four companies have begun patient testing, and one of them — Zogenix of San Diego — plans to apply early next year to begin marketing its product, Zohydro. If approved, it would mark the first time patients could legally buy pure hydrocodone. Existing products combine the drug with nonaddictive painkillers such as acetaminophen. Critics say they are especially worried about Zohydro, a timed-release drug meant for managing moderate to severe pain, because abusers could crush it to release an intense, immediate high. “I have a big concern that this could be the next OxyContin,”
☹ The NDAA Repeals More Rights
Little by little, in the name of fighting terrorism, our Bill of Rights is being repealed.  The 4th amendment has been rendered toothless by the PATRIOT Act.  No more can we truly feel secure in our persons, houses, papers, and effects when now there is an exception that fits nearly any excuse for our government to search and seize our property.  Of course, the vast majority of Americans may say “I’m not a terrorist, so I have no reason to worry.” However, innocent people are wrongly accused all the time.  The Bill of Rights is there precisely because the founders wanted to set a very high bar for the government to overcome in order to deprive an individual of life or liberty.  To lower that bar is to endanger everyone.  When the bar is low enough to include political enemies, our descent into totalitarianism is virtually assured.
☹ Porn Condoms Initiative Approved by L.A. City Clerk Even as City Attorney Wants to Keep it From Voters
​The war over condoms in porn continues this week as the AIDS Healthcare Foundation announced Tuesday that the L.A. City Clerk has “officially certified” the signatures it submitted in order to get a mandatory condom measure before you, the voter, next year. The announcement comes in the wake of a strange, L.A. City Attorney’s lawsuit to keep the condom measure off the ballot — and a challenge by an L.A. city councilman to that challenge. Yeah, seems like everybody wants in on this porn thing (or maybe they don’t want to deal with, er, head-on): The AHF has been battling for a few years now to get condoms mandated at California porn sets. As part of its drive it collected 70,901 voter signatures in support of putting the idea before city voters. AHF’s initiative would ask the city to require condom use as a part of obtaining film permits.
☹ US Senators: Give Residence Visas to Foreigners Who Buy Homes
Two United States Senators have a new idea that would solve two problems at once: give visas to foreigners who make a significant investment in residential real estate in the United States. The move would help the poor housing market recover while at the same time tackling much-needed immigration reform. This is just one idea put forth by New York Democrat Charles Schumer and Utah Republican Mike Lee in a proposed package of immigration reforms. According to their plan, immigrants who spend more than $500,000 on a residential property in the United States would be granted residency. Much like the EB-5 investment visa, this new visa would welcome those from overseas who wish to help the U.S. economy while starting a new life on American soil.
☹ Fukushima: TEPCO uses Organized Crime forced labour
People who fall into debt to loan sharks are often forced by the Yakuza to work in nuclear power plants, said a Japanese journalist who has written a book on his experience working at the Fukushima 1 nuclear plant this summer. About ten percent of workers at the damaged Fukushima 1 plant were brought in by the Japanese mafia, said Tomohiko Suzuki. Though the Yakuza is deeply involved in the nuclear power industry, its members themselves don’t work at the plants, added Suzuki. Instead they have an established practice of sending debtors there as a way to pay off their debts to loan sharks.
☹ Mythbusters Banned From Talking About RFID By Visa and Mastercard TPTB [Video]
☹ President Obama Eats Traditional Christmas Baby
President Obama took part this weekend in one of the most ancient and eagerly-anticipated presidential traditions: the annual Christmas Baby Eating, a ritual that goes back to well before recorded history.
☹ What every state needs to do: Montanans launch recalls of Senators who voted for NDAA
In response to the traitorous actions of 86 senators who voted to pass the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012, commonly referred to as the NDAA, Montanans have announced a recall campaign against Senators Max Baucus and Jonathan Tester. As I have previously outlined, the fact that the NDAA allows for the indefinite detention without charge or trial of American citizens is simply irrefutable. Therefore, every single one of our so-called representatives who voted for this atrocious legislation is in direct violation of their oath to uphold the Constitution and thus are actively working against us – the American people. Thankfully, some people are already taking action, as we see in the cases of the Montana recall effort and Representative Jeff Landry who introduced an amendment (after voting for the NDAA with detention provisions intact) which would protect Americans’ right to due process.
☹ Mary Lisee Allegedly Called 9-1-1 to Report That She Ate Too Much
Again, the cops asked why she called. Police say she responded by saying she “ate too much.” Cops asked her to repeat why she called — yep, she ate too much. Police asked her if it was a medical emergency — she said it wasn’t — and they reminded her that 9-1-1 is for emergencies. For good measure, police asked her again why she called 9-1-1. “Because I ate too much food,” she said, according to the cops. Police say she then “began repeatedly yelling that she had not consumed cocaine in over a year.” The cops asked her if she wanted to make a written statement about why she called 9-1-1, and she started writing what police describe as a “mostly illegible statement.” At that point, the deputies asked her to read it to them, and she read, “My name is Mary Ellen Lisee. I have beaten, I believe in God, and He forgives me. I may joke, but I do not do crack. I will not for as long as I live.”
☹ Could Mars and Moon Harbor Alien Artifacts? Leading Astrophysicists Says “Yes”
The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) has a low probability of success, but it would have a high impact if successful. Physicists Paul Davies and Robert Wagner of Arizona State University argue that it makes sense to widen the search to scour the Moon for possible alien artifacts. Meanwhile at Penn State, researchers propose the same search for Mars. To date, SETI has been dominated by the paradigm of seeking deliberately beamed radio messages. The ASU team argues that Alien civilizations may have sent probes to our region of the galaxy, and that any mission to the solar system would probably have occurred a very long time ago. The lunar environment could preserve artifacts for millions of years due to the absence of erosion and plate tectonics.
☹ In Japan, Radiation Fears Reshape Lives
But while the horror has receded, for many of us, particularly women with families, things will never be the same. There’s no getting past the fact that the nuclear accident dumped radioactive particles into the atmosphere, soil and sea. While Fukushima Prefecture in the northeast was hardest hit, radiation “hot spots” keep turning up in neighborhoods far from the accident. The latest was at a school, minutes from where I live in Tokyo. What’s more, figuring out what’s “safe” to consume has become all but impossible. At my local supermarket, the familiar ritual of shopping has changed drastically. Instead of just tapping fruit or checking for spots, now I scrutinize the place of origin. “Made in Japan” used to be the gold standard. But now domestic foods are suspect, as is anything on sale. I obsessively search for produce grown as far from Fukushima as possible.
☹ Dot-dash-diss: The gentleman hacker’s 1903 lulz
LATE one June afternoon in 1903 a hush fell across an expectant audience in the Royal Institution’s celebrated lecture theatre in London. Before the crowd, the physicist John Ambrose Fleming was adjusting arcane apparatus as he prepared to demonstrate an emerging technological wonder: a long-range wireless communication system developed by his boss, the Italian radio pioneer Guglielmo Marconi. The aim was to showcase publicly for the first time that Morse code messages could be sent wirelessly over long distances. Around 300 miles away, Marconi was preparing to send a signal to London from a clifftop station in Poldhu, Cornwall, UK. Yet before the demonstration could begin, the apparatus in the lecture theatre began to tap out a message. At first, it spelled out just one word repeated over and over. Then it changed into a facetious poem accusing Marconi of “diddling the public”. Their demonstration had been hacked

 

 

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One in a Million

➪ The Most Bizarre Use for Michael Jackson’s Old Hair Ever
Today the gambling website OnlineGamblingPal.com dropped $10,871 for a sample of entombed pop star Michael Jackson’s old hair. Why so much? Because that’s the going market rate for the amount of Michael Jackson hair you see in the photo. Also, they saw the hairball’s potential—as a roulette ball.
➪ Hey Kids! See the 10 Most Tasteless X-Rated Christmas Ornaments! (NSFW)
Christmas season is a time of warmth and love, especially if it concerns two leathermen engaging in sweaty doggie-style buttsex. At least that’s the thinking among people who enjoy X-rated Christmas-tree ornaments, and we can only assume those people don’t have a lot of little nephews and nieces over for egg nog. Here are ten of the more, ummm, striking ornament possibilities out there. The first one is safe for work; after that you’re on your own.
➪ Google+ rolling out facial recognition feature
Google is rolling out a feature that lets members of its online social network automatically find themselves in photos posted by friends. The “Find My Face” feature being added to Google+ over the next several days is opt-in only, meaning people have to make a point to turn it on. By leaving it to Google+ members to activate the feature, the Internet giant was sidestepping privacy concerns raised when social networking rival Facebook added facial recognition in an opt-out style this year.
➪ Learning high-performance tasks with no conscious effort may soon be possible (w/ video)
In the future, a person may be able to watch a computer screen and have his or her brain patterns modified to improve physical or mental performance. Researchers say an innovative learning method that uses decoded functional magnetic resonance imaging could modify brain activities to help people recuperate from an accident or disease, learn a new language or even fly a plane.
➪ Bedbugs Get Away with Incest
As if bedbugs weren’t gross enough already, entomologists have now found that they get ahead by mating with their own mothers, brothers, sisters and fathers. By inbreeding, a single pregnant female can start the infestation of an entire building on her own. Parent-sibling matings and sibling-sibling matings are rare in the animal kingdom. So this study reveals an exception to the anti-inbreeding rule. But I’m drawn to the report for a pettier reason. As far as I’m concerned, DNA evidence has trumped the words of my landlord and a New York City housing inspector.
➪ Obama GAVE Iran the Drone!
The immediate and obvious questions were these: 1) Why didn’t we try to recover the drone? 2) In lieu of a rescue effort why didn’t we bomb it into oblivion? Apparently there was third option and Onama struk that down also. THE ANSWERS WILL SHOCK YOU – or maybe not. Fox News National Security Correspondent Jennifer Griffin reported that apparently the Pentagon pleaded with Barrack Hussein Obama to give the order to do just that. The Pentagon initially wanted to send a special forces team to recover the drone. Obama shot down that suggestion. Then the Pentagon offered up plan B , blow it to kingdom come. Obama refused that too and now Iran and China have a brand spanking new fully functional top secret US RQ 170 Sentinel Drone. The Drone was not recovered or destroyed specifically per Obama’s orders
➪ World Domination From Denver Airport?
Almost no one likes being in airports these days, but some people believe that one airport in particular — the Denver International Airport — is not only a hassle but also tied to conspiracies about the collapse of Western civilization. Some say there’s a top-secret underground bunker for the world’s elite to survive a nuclear war (or the impending Mayan 2012 apocalypse). Others say the airport must have a connection to Nazis since the runways form a perfect swastika (actually they don’t). Even ex-Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura got into the act, interviewing a man claiming that massive tunnels under the airport were built not for luggage handling or mass transit (that’s what they want you to think!), but instead for much more sinister purposes.
➪ 7 Creepiest Abandoned Zoos on Earth
The wind swings the old cage door open as if to free a reluctant occupant. But there’s nothing there… Or are those paw prints in the sand? Besides, isn’t that the stale breath of some meat-eating beast hanging in the air? And what’s that rustling sound in the bushes? As we explore the following places, you’ll see that abandoned zoos can be more than a little creepy.
➪ Lightning Sprites, Elves Caught on Camera
Flying above the U.S. Midwest, scientists using high-speed video cameras have caught the first 3-D images of sprites, elves, blue jets, and crawlers—in the form of lightning, that is. First seen by scientists in 1989, sprites and their menagerie of exotically named kin are bursts of electrical energy that form about 50 miles (80 kilometers) above Earth, sometimes leaping all the way from the tops of thunderheads to outer space.
➪ Students ordered to school on a Saturday as Russia resorts to ‘devious tricks’ to limit numbers at anti-Putin rally
Russian authorities today resorted to ‘devious tricks’ to limit the numbers attending an anti-Vladimir Putin rally which is expected to be the largest ever against the prime minister. Pupils between 14 and 17 have been ordered to attend school tomorrow for hastily arranged tests during the hours of the protest. They were warned they risk flunking their courses if they fail to sit at their desks for unprecedented Saturday exams.
➪ This 28-Year-Old’s Startup Is Moving $350 Million And Wants To Completely Kill Credit Cards
There’s a tiny 12-person startup churning out of Des Moines, Iowa. Dwolla was founded by 28-year-old Ben Milne; it’s an innovative online payment system that sidesteps credit cards completely. Milne has no finance background, yet his little operation is moving between $30 and $50 million per month; it’s on track to move more than $350 million in the next year. Unlike PayPal, Dwolla doesn’t take a percentage of the transaction. It only asks for $0.25 whether it’s moving $1 or $1,000.
➪ Hundreds of NASA’s moon rocks reported missing
The space agency has lost or misplaced more than 500 pieces of the lunar rocks and other space samples, NASA’s inspector general reported Thursday, making the case for better inventory controls. Astronauts on the Apollo moon landings from 1969 to 1972 returned 842 pounds of lunar rock and soil to Earth. The space agency now loans samples, along with meteorite and comet dust, to about 377 researchers worldwide. The space agency now lists 517 moon rock samples as missing or stolen. However, the inspector general audit suggests much more is missing, based on inquiries to a sample of 59 scholars loaned moon rocks, comet dust or meteorites. The audit found 19% could not locate all of their samples.
➪ Smuggler tried to hide $140,000 drug stash in nacho cheese
Customs and Border officials nabbed a 21-year-old Mexican citizen this week on suspicion of smuggling $140,000 worth of methamphetamine in these three cans of liquid nacho cheese and jalapenos, the LA Times reports. Incredibly, this is not the first time nacho cheese has been used as a smuggling tool. In October, a customs officials found 7 pounds of meth hidden in nacho cheese cans, NPR reports.
➪ White House–Laughingly–Declines to Comment on Senate Vote to Repeal Military’s Ban on Sodomy and Bestiality
At the White House press briefing on Monday, reporter Lester Kinsolving of WorldnetDaily noted the 93 to 7 Senate vote for a defense authorization bill that repeals the military’s ban on sodomy and bestiality and asked White House Press Secretary Jay Carney whether President Obama, as commander-in-chief, approves or disapproves of bestiality in the armed forces. Carney declined to comment.
➪ Rats Feel Each Other’s Pain
Empathy lets us feel another person’s pain and drives us to help ease it. But is empathy a uniquely human trait? For decades researchers have debated whether nonhuman animals possess this attribute. Now a new study shows that rats will free a trapped cagemate in distress. The results mean that these rodents can be used to help determine the genetic and physiological underpinnings of empathy in people.
➪ Make no bones about it, this is Britain’s scariest cave! Photographer captures eerie skull in rock face of remote diving spot
Only the bravest would tackle a cave whose icy waters have already claimed the lives of several divers. But if there was any doubt about the peril that awaits at Hodge Close Quarry, one need only look at this picture The lake at the abandoned slate quarry is an eerie enough site – but as this image shows if you turn your head you are greeted with the terrifying sight of a giant skull.
➪ SWAT Raids, Stun Guns, And Pepper Spray: Why The Government Is Ramping Up The Use Of Force
But America’s police departments have been moving toward more aggressive, force-first, militaristic tactics and their accompanying mindset for 30 years. It’s just that, with the exception of protests at the occasional free trade or World Bank summit, the tactics haven’t generally been used on mostly white, mostly college-educated kids armed with cellphone cameras and a media platform. Police militarization is now an ingrained part of American culture. SWAT teams are featured in countless cop reality shows, and wrong-door raids are the subject of “The Simpsons” bits and search engine commercials. Tough-on-crime sheriffs now sport tanks and hardware more equipped for battle in a war zone than policing city streets. Seemingly benign agencies such as state alcohol control boards and the federal Department of Education can now enforce laws and regulations not with fines and clipboards, but with volatile raids by paramilitary police teams.
➪ Suit filed after NM teen cuffed for burp in class
A 13-year-old was handcuffed and hauled off to a juvenile detention for burping in class, according to a lawsuit filed against an Albuquerque school principal, a teacher and school police officer. The boy was transported without his parents being notified in May after he “burped audibly” in PE class and his teacher called a school resource officer to complain he was disrupting her class. The lawsuit also details a separate Nov. 8 incident when the same student was forced to strip down to his underwear while five adults watched as he was accused of selling pot to another student; the boy was never charged.
➪ Dead scuba diver had been missing 26 years
It had been 26 years since anyone last laid eyes on well-known wheelchair scuba diver Peter Devoe, who failed to resurface after a 1985 family dive at Cates Park in North Vancouver. Devoe, who was 29 when he disappeared, was finally recovered in the Burrard Inlet by a pair of commercial fishers in October. Coroners said Wednesday they identified his remains by the jewelry he wore and telltale marks on his bones from a car accident. His body was surprisingly well-preserved within his full-body scuba suit, despite floating in the inlet for almost three decades. His remains were found just west of where he vanished during a dive with his brother on March 13, 1985. His body never floated out of the bay, and was anchored down in the calm waters by his weighty equipment, Coroner Stephen Fonseca said.
➪ Supercharged mobility scooter seized by Doncaster council
A supercharged mobility scooter has been seized by Doncaster council officers after being driven at speeds of up to 60mph, scaring wild deer and annoying residents in the area. Converted to be driven by a supercharged 140cc petrol engine, the mobility scooter was described as a ‘feat of engineering’ by Cynthia Ransome, Doncaster council’s communities officer. As well as the engine, it had been ‘pimped’ with go-kart wheels and a large exhaust.
➪ The Worst Sounds In The World
15. Death by electrocution, government sanctioned or otherwise. 14. Human or animal run over, hit, or maimed by a car. 13. Civil War surgeon amputating limbs. 12. Guillotine in use; subsequent lopping and dropping. 11. Monkey having its skull bashed open, brains eaten in the name of impotence-curing cuisine. 10. Cannibal chewing on his own penis. 9. Involuntary dual nipple piercing via meat hooks. 8. Bones breaking and/or cracking. 7. Disembowelment (not even Mel Gibson, Freedom!). 6. Human body ejected through the windshield of an automobile. 5. Drawing and quartering. 4. Reanimated corpse biting into your (or a loved one’s or a stranger’s) neck muscles, jugular vein or assorted sinewy tissues. 3. Hair torn from a scalp, human or otherwise. 2. Frenzied knife-stabbing-a-sandbag sound most often heard in cinematic prison shank scenes, except here. 1. Curb stomp.
➪ Pro Grade (3D Printer-Made?) ATM Skimmer
In July 2011, a customer at a Chase Bank branch in West Hills, Calif. noticed something odd about the ATM he was using and reported it to police. Authorities who responded to the incident discovered a sophisticated, professional-grade ATM skimmer that they believe was made with the help of a 3D printer. Below is a front view image of the device. It is an all-in-one skimmer designed to fit over the card acceptance slot and to record the data from the magnetic stripe of any card dipped into the reader. The fraud device is shown sideways in this picture; attached to an actual ATM, it would appear rotated 90 degrees to the right, so that the word “CHASE” is pointing down.
➪ Anti-graffiti campaign under way in Brooklyn
An anti-graffiti campaign is under way in Brooklyn to help business owners keep their buildings clean and keep customers spending money. Some consider the colorful spray-paint graffiti to be street art, but in the bustling business district of Bay Ridge along 3rd, 4th and 5th avenues, it is frowned upon. Dennis Monier has owned Tops Restaurant Supply for 43 years, and he also lives in Bay Ridge, so his neighborhood pride runs deep. He was dismayed on Sunday morning to see graffiti on his building. “It’s not good for the neighborhood, because it makes the neighborhood look dirty,” he said. “We’re trying to keep the neighborhood clean, the sidewalks, the walls, everything. And to have a graffiti-ed neighborhood, people won’t shop here. So you do want this removed.”
➪ Why Is Pesticide Used As An Ingredient In Infant Formula?
Why is cupric sulfate — a known herbicide, fungicide and pesticide — being used in infant formula? And why is it displayed proudly on product labels as a presumably nutritious ingredient? Used to kill fungus, aquatic plants and roots of plants, parasitic infections in aquarium fish and snails, as well as algae and bacteria such as Escherichia coli, cupric sulfate hardly sounds fit for human consumption, much less for infants.
➪ Prescription drug addiction skyrocketed 430% over past decade; Drug rehab for painkiller abuse soars
Federal statistics released Thursday revealed that treatment for prescription painkiller abuse has skyrocketed 430% over the last decade. The increase is even more pronounced given that over the same time period the overall rate of substance-abuse-related admissions to rehab facilities has flatlined, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration. The rise occurred in every region of the country, but was highest in Maine, Vermont, Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, Arkansas, Rhode Island, and West Virginia. Tylenol with codeine, Darvocet, Vicodin and Percocet ranked high on the SAMHSA’s list of most-abused prescription meds. Thanks King Solomon
➪ Man jailed for blasting co-worker’s rectum with air compressor
A CARPENTER’S assistant blasted pressurised air up his friend’s rectum, rupturing his large intestine, because he was seeking a pleasant change that would break the monotony of hard work, a Nicosia court has said. The foreign EU national who is a father of two, was jailed for 45 days last week after admitting that in October last year he had seriously injured his friend who required surgery and a lengthy stay in hospital to recover. “The defendant’s idea to administer pressurised air into his friend’s anus is indeed original and in reality the thought of it provokes laughter; but putting the idea into practice ended up in tragedy for the victim and the perpetrator,” the court said.
➪ Will the Kinect 2 read your lips? Open the pod bay door, HAL
The next generation of the Kinect (bundled with future Xbox consoles) may be “so accurate it can lip read,” the Technology Review Hello World headline breathlessly reads — evoking HAL 9000 in 2001. What’s more, says Eurogamer, citing a nameless source, “Kinect 2 will be so powerful it will enable games to detect when players are angry, and determine in which direction they are facing, and track the pitch and volume of player voices and facial characteristics to measure different emotional states.” Thanks Ava
➪ Anna Nicole Smith: Never-seen-before photoshoot… months before her death
Before her tragic passing in 2007, Anna Nicole Smith was well known her outrageous behaviour. But in a bizarre never-seen-before photo shoot, it appears that she took things to a whole other level. New snaps show the late actress and model completely naked and painted in gold. Taken while she was pregnant with her now five-year-old daughter Danielynn, Smith’s modesty is merely covered by her arm and a thick veil of the metallic paint.
➪ Facebook, Google, And YouTube In 1997 Format
Three important contemporary web sites, recreated with technology and spirit of late 1997, according to our memories. Best viewed with Netscape Navigator 4.03 and a screen resolution of 1024×768 pixels, running under Windows 95. We recommend using a Virtual Machine or appropriate hardware, connected to a CRT monitor. If such an environment unachievable, it should be possible to experience the piece with any browser that still supports HTML Frames. The transfer speed of our server is limited to 8 kB/s («dial-up» speed).

 

 

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Surrender Dorothy

  • “If I would like to get a child to live with me and take care of me,” I ask. “Could you do that?”

    “Yes,” he says. “I can.”

    He’s speaking in Creole, the most prevalent Haitian language. The man doing the translation, who has set up the meeting, works for us (unbeknownst to the slave trafficker).

    The trafficker assures me he’s done this sort of transaction many times before.

    “A girl or a boy?” he asks.

    “A girl probably,” I say.

    “How old?”

    “Maybe 10 or 11.”

    “Not a problem.”

    He says he can get me an 11-year-old girl, although he suggests that a 15-year-old might be better, because she’d be more “developed.”

    I’m thinking: I can’t believe I’m having this conversation.

    “And this is OK?” I ask. “I won’t have any trouble from their parents or anything like that?”

    “No, you won’t have any problems with their parents.”

    “Why not?”

    “When I give you the child, I will train it for you.”

    I’m not exactly sure what that means.

  • The big items that added trillions to the debt are not even on the field of debate. Because the two teams are not contesting them.

    WARS: When Obama expanded the Afghan war and asked for the largest military budget in world history, the GOP largely applauded. It was bipartisan.

    BUSH TAX CUTS FOR THE WEALTHY: Obama extended them in December

    BANK BAILOUTS: Bipartisan.

    DECLINING TAX REVENUE: Resulted from recession and financial meltdown caused by years of bipartisan (Reagan/Clinton) deregulation of Wall Street. And by big companies like General Electric (whose CEO is Obama’s jobs chairman) dodging their taxes.

    That’s the broad view – a perspective that sees our country over the edge in debt because the leaders of the two teams collaborated in putting it there.

  • A statement to police that led to the arrest of the leader of an alleged Thai rhino poaching syndicate exposes the sleaze in the officially sanctioned shooting of this endangered species, with prostitutes used in “canned hunts”.
  • A global maritime watchdog says sea piracy worldwide surged 36 percent to 266 attacks in the first half this year as Somali pirates took higher risks and raided more vessels.

    The International Maritime Bureau says 61 percent, or 163 of the global attacks, were by Somali pirates largely in the Arabian Sea area. It says pirates fired on ships in rough seas in the Indian Ocean last month, attacking for the first time during the monsoon season.

  • Super cool mini models of old Hong Kong.
  • A paper authored by Tatu Westling of Helsinki University explores the relationship between the GDP growth of countries and the penile length of their residents.

    The size of male organ is found to have an inverse U-shaped relationship with the level of GDP in 1985. It can alone explain over 15% of the variation in GDP. The GDP maximizing size is around 13.5 centimetres, and a collapse in economic development is identified as the size of male organ exceeds 16 centimetres.

    That “U-shaped” curve…it looks like something flaccid-ish, innit?

  • There are skinny houses. And then there is Jakub Szczęsny’s Keret House, which could make Calista Flockhart look like a fatty. At its most generous, the proposed place, in Warsaw, Poland, will clock in at 4 feet wide. At its narrowest, it’ll be just 28 inches wide — thinner than the average doorway. And we complain about our sardine can in New York…
  • Every morning before school, nine-year-old Terisia Techu would undergo a painful procedure. Her mother would take a burning hot pestle straight out of a fire and use it to press her breasts.

    With tears in her eyes as she recalls what it was like, Terisia tells CNN that one day the pestle was so hot, it burned her, leaving a mark. Now 18, she is still traumatized.

    Her mother, Grace, denies the incident. But she proudly demonstrates the method she used on her daughter for several weeks, saying the goal was to make her less desirable to boys — and stave off pregnancy.

  • In a trip to the pirate stronghold of Eyl, Bahadur discovers pirates who are afraid of phantom U.S. navy divers and believe in psychic powers. He even describes an incident of panty-thieving on the high seas.

    He also finds that many widely held beliefs about pirates are wrong, including allegations that they are controlled by international criminal cartels, have alliances with Islamist rebels or use sophisticated intelligence networks. Such assumptions help shape the multibillion dollar fight against piracy.

    “You have a lot of people with agendas making claims that aren’t backed up by anything,” said Bahadur. “I don’t really have an agenda. I just tried to use common sense. … I actually met these people and spoke to them. Most of them had no idea of the outside world.”

  • Why stop at the seat?

    That’s what a Japanese company thought when it began making an all-leather Harley-Davidson motorcycle (above and below), now on display in Milwaukee’s Harley-Davidson Museum.

    “The chopper… took 20 craftspeople from a Japanese company specializing in leather products more than two years to complete.”

    Wrote Mary-Liz Shaw in a June 9, 2011 Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel article, “The bike is a ¾-scale replica made entirely of leather, including wheels, frame, headlight, spark plug boots, chain, fuel valve, even the tools in the tool bag.”

  • As I traveled on the Beltway in the early ’70s near the Mormon Temple in Kensington, I was always amused by one re-occurring sight. On an overpass just as the temple comes into view, someone would always spray paints in big letters “Surrender Dorothy.” The line was from “The Wizard of Oz,” and I’m fairly sure it reflected the graffiti artist’s impression that the temple was reminiscent of the spires that Dorothy and company saw as they approached the Emerald City and their subsequent fear when the witch wrote the phrase in the sky. While I recognize that it was illegal to do that, I marveled at the writer’s ability to write it so boldly as to be seen from the highway. I’ve often wondered if anyone knew the story behind it or knew who the person was.
  • She went into the lavatory hoping to relieve the pain, but instead suddenly gave birth. The baby fell into the lavatory bowl and through the flap onto the tracks under the speeding train, and her mother quickly ran out of the lavatory and jumped from the carriage to find the child.

    Her husband, who pulled the emergency cord, and other passengers who saw her jump, said she injured herself in her leap, but managed to get up and start running back to where the child tumbled onto the track.

  • Two pranksters from Evesham were arrested after accidentally locking themselves in a Pennsylvania constable’s van in Delaware County early Saturday, police in Radnor, Pa., said.

    Ryan Letchford, 21, and Jeffrey Olson, 22, left a party at a condominium complex with a friend and somehow got into a constable’s vehicle on East Lancaster Avenue to take phony “arrest” photographs of themselves, police said.

    The joke was over when the men could not undo the childproof locks that had snapped into place, forcing the friend to call 911 at 3:57 a.m., police said.

    The interior of the van was damaged as the men frantically attempted to free themselves, according to Michael Connor, constable for the township.

  • Some HIV-positive patients in Swaziland are so poor they have resorted to eating cow dung before taking anti-retroviral drugs, Aids activists say.
  • A former employee of Memorial Sloan-Kettering pleaded guilty Tuesday to ripping off $1.5 million worth of toner cartridges from the cancer center to buy diamond jewelry and an expensive car, among other high-priced amenities.

    Marque Gumbs, 33, who earned $37,800 a year as a receiving clerk at the Upper East Side center, used the ill-gotten funds from his supply scam to buy a diamond Rolex, Louis Vuitton bags and watches, and a $50,500 BMW X6, which he paid for in cash. He also took lavish trips to Las Vegas, Cancun and Florida, prosecutors said.

    Gumbs scammed the hospital by ordering $1.5 million in toner shipments from Office Max between September 2007 and August 2010 for printer models that were not even in use at the hospital. The hospital was charged for the toner cartridges, but Gumbs intercepted them at the hospital’s loading dock and sold them for profit.

  • A bundle of cash is a powerful emotional trigger. In fact, human brain scans have shown that the idea of money stimulates the same primal pleasure centers as food, sex and cocaine. So what does this tell you? That if you’re going to use prop money in your film or photograph, you must make it look as real as possible for maximum impact. Here is an abridged how-to guide to making a top-notch bundle of prop money
  • Last October, a man named Rick Gold, a 30-something lawyer who said he lived in Denver’s trendy Highlands neighborhood, appeared on the social scene and slipped comfortably into a welcoming circle of young Jewish professionals.

    He attended Passover meals and Sabbath dinners, knew enough Hebrew to participate in the prayers and joined several faith-based organizations as he told friends of his Israeli heritage and sought to reconnect with his religious roots.

    Through parallel social networks, online and in person, a lot of people got to know Rick Gold.

    Except that they didn’t.

  • At the Black Hat and Defcon security conferences in Las Vegas next week, Mike Tassey and Richard Perkins plan to show the crowd of hackers a year’s worth of progress on their Wireless Aerial Surveillace Platform, or WASP, the second year Tassey and Perkins have displayed the 14-pound, six-foot long, six-foot wingspan unmanned aerial vehicle. The WASP, built from a retired Army target drone converted from a gasoline engine to electric batteries, is equipped with an HD camera, a cigarette-pack sized on-board Linux computer packed with network-hacking tools including the BackTrack testing toolset and a custom-built 340 million word dictionary for brute-force guessing of passwords, and eleven antennae.
  • Internet providers would be forced to keep logs of their customers’ activities for one year–in case police want to review them in the future–under legislation that a U.S. House of Representatives committee approved today.

    The 19 to 10 vote represents a victory for conservative Republicans, who made data retention their first major technology initiative after last fall’s elections, and the Justice Department officials who have quietly lobbied for the sweeping new requirements, a development first reported by CNET.

    A last-minute rewrite of the bill expands the information that commercial Internet providers are required to store to include customers’ names, addresses, phone numbers, credit card numbers, bank account numbers, and temporarily-assigned IP addresses, some committee members suggested. By a 7-16 vote, the panel rejected an amendment that would have clarified that only IP addresses must be stored.

  • Imagine yourself with your head in the business end of a guillotine. I know, it’s not the most pleasant of thoughts, but the guillotine was once considered a humane way to kill someone: Just a quick slice and you’re flat-out dead.

    But researchers are finding that neurons, the cells that make up the brain, are active even after their blood supply is suddenly cut off. And they may show activity for longer than a minute, according to a Science News report.

    So, imagine yourself in the guillotine again. Once that big blade comes swooshing down and your head rolls away, are you still aware? Could you see the world around you? Might you actually experience the horrific reality that is your head removed from your body – for a minute or more?

  • Whitcomb confessed that between the years of 2007 and 2010, he produced videos containing three boys, all which were under the age of 16. According to prosecutors, Whitcomb first gained the trust of his victims and their families by inviting them over to play video games. Ultimately the video games turned into video recordings of sexual activities. According to the victims, Whitcomb would resort to violence if they would not comply with his wishes.
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  • The six-week-old cat – which was abandoned at the roadside – earned the moniker because of her distinctive black moustache.

    Staff at Wood Green animal shelter in Godmanchester, Cambs., say they are struggling to find her a loving home because of her unusual markings.

    Spokeswoman Tara Dundon said: ”Kitler is an adorable little girl who will make a wonderful addition to the right family. She is really playful and a typical sweet kitten.
    Thanks PrinceTerrence

  • A Korean anime fan has proudly tied the knot with a pillowcase featuring the image of his favorite magical girl heroine.

    Heavy Rain asked the player, “how far would you go for love?” Would you go so far as to travel to another country? Would you kill a man? Or would you just decide that your soulmate was a fictional character and marry her image printed on a cotton pillowcase?

    A Korean otaku opted to go with the last option, wedding a dakimakura body pillow featuring the image of Fate Testarossa, one of the popular heroines of magical girl show Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha. Not only has this particularly dedicated fan married his favorite pillowcase, he also takes her out on dates to restaurants and to amusement parts, as chronicled on media sites.

  • Primitive ancestors of the guillotine were used in Ireland, England and Italy in the 14th and 15th Centuries. Several known decapitation devices such as the Italian Mannaia, the Scottish Maiden, and the Halifax Gibbet are well documented and may pre-date the use of the French guillotine by as much as 500 years. The following deals mostly with the modern guillotine from the late 18th Century until today. It is not meant to be a complete history or even a complete overview of the history as this would take hundreds of pages. Instead consider it a brief introduction to the subject highlighted by a few good pictures.
  • Federal agents from the FBI and CIA/FBI Joint Terrorist Task Force tried to get a distinguished international lawyer to inform on his Arab and Muslim clients in violation of their Constitutional rights to attorney-client privilege, this reporter has learned. When the lawyer refused, he said the FBI placed him on a “terrorist watch list.”

    Law professor Francis Boyle gave a chilling account of how, in the summer of 2004, two agents showed up at his office (at the University of Illinois, Champaign,) “unannounced, misrepresented who they were and what they were about to my secretary, gained access to my office, interrogated me for about one hour, and repeatedly tried to get me to become their informant on my Arab and Muslim clients.”

  • There are fewer undocumented immigrants in California – and the Sacramento region – because many are now finding the American dream south of the border.

    “It’s now easier to buy homes on credit, find a job and access higher education in Mexico,” Sacramento’s Mexican consul general, Carlos González Gutiérrez, said Wednesday. “We have become a middle-class country.”

    Mexico’s unemployment rate is now 4.9 percent, compared with 9.4 percent joblessness in the United States.

  • Besides Tylenol, acetaminophen is the active ingredient in the prescription painkillers Percocet and Vicodin and in some nonprescription pain relievers, including NyQuil and some Sudafed products. It’s found in thousands of medicines taken for headaches, fever, sore throats and chronic pain.

    But people taking multiple medicines at once don’t always realize how much acetaminophen they are ingesting, partly because prescription drug labels often list it under the abbreviation “APAP.”

  • Iarpa, the intelligence community’s way-out research shop, wants to know where you took that vacation picture over the Fourth of July. It wants to know where you took that snapshot with your friends when you were at that New Year’s Eve party. Oh yeah, and if you happen to be a terrorist and you took a photo with some of your buddies while prepping for a raid, the agency definitely wants to know where you took that picture — and it’s looking for ideas to help figure it out.

    In an announcement for its new “Finder” program, the agency says that it is looking for ways to geolocate (a fancy word for “locate” that implies having coordinates for a place) images by extracting data from the images themselves and using this to make guesses about where they were taken.

  • Wash down yer Extenze with some Ron Jeremy rum
  • Over the years, I’ve tried various sorts of infusions, with vodka and other liquors. Fruit and herb-infused are the best known, and are often wonderful. But what I like is meat. Where’s the infusion for people like me? I felt disenfranchised, and alone, especially after some research on the interwebs revealed a real lack of meat-based liqueurs. It would be up to me to blaze the trail.

    I decided that a hot dog based infusion would work best. Not as assertive as chorizo, but bolder than pork chops or steak; in addition, the preservatives in the dogs would lend themselves to prolonged infusion. With that in mind, I began with fine all-beef franks:

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We Have Entered The Atomic Age. It Is An Age Of Foreboding And Fear.

  • The green stuff looks craze…glowin’.
  • I’m not going to act all that shocked about this because I do live in New York City, and I’m hardly oblivious to the deviant undertones across the country, and worldwide for that matter (yea, some of you need to tone it down actually). No city or town is immune to the bad guys. But how does it make you feel when you hear oxycodone is being peddled out of an ice cream truck? Okay, honestly, who hasn’t had a day where you wouldn’t mind sayin’ “A snow cone for the kid and, ahem, 30mg of oxy for me! Damnnnnn, I need to RELAX!”; we all laugh, and everyone goes home happy. Uh, not a good look.
  • How could we as a species on a spinning rock in the vastness of the universe ever possibly hope to prepare a defense if we all believe there is nothing to defend ourselves against? Such a tremendous undertaking would prove to be equally difficult if we were in a content state of war with each other, not to mention the relentless bombardment of needless information and the tasks of day to day life that have kept us distracted for generations.

    So why has this issue never been seriously addressed by any of the so-called professionals investigating this matter? If this “Fifth Column” controls most of the media we are exposed to are all part of the same species with the same objective, the sad fact of the matter is you can trust only yourself and your intuition. Forget everything you ever believed to be true. Forget the constant message delivered by movies that humans always vanquish the evil alien forces.

  • Handout photo shows the damaged building housing the No. 4 reactor of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Fukushima Prefecture on March 16, 2011. An employee of Tokyo Electric Power Co. took the photo from a helicopter of the Self-Defense Forces and the power company released the photo the following the day.
  • Disasters have been the subject of film-goers’ fascination since the time of silent film epics, and this interest continues to exist up to the present time. Catastrophes can take so many different forms – but they are mostly man-made or natural. They can be either impending or ongoing, or they can exist locally or globally.

    The most commonly portrayed disasters in films are:

    * natural disasters (earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, tropical storms, etc.)
    * accidents (skyscraper fires, plane crashes, ocean liners capsized or struck by icebergs, viruses unleashed)
    * planetary-related (asteroids or meteors off-course)
    * criminally-instigated (bombs planted in planes, terrorist conspiracies)
    * alien invasions and rampaging creatures (often mutant)
    * nuclear-related crises
    * millennial-related (the end of the world, or end of the century tales)
    * about failed technology or technology-gone awry (computers running amok)

  • What makes this cover for XTC’s Go 2 interesting is that it was from Hipgnosis, the same UK design group that brought us some of the most original and memorable covers for bands like Pink Floyd, Genesis, Led Zeppelin, Yes and Black Sabbath.

    Hipgnosis’s trademark story like imagery is replaced by copy poking fun at the art form that’s made them famous. It’s unlike any of their work before or after. I’d also say there was nothing like it at record shops back in 1978, this is same year Saturday Night Fever was released.

  • Last night, I heard CNN reporters repeat the official line that the tsunami disabled the pumps needed to cool the reactors, implying that water unexpectedly got into the diesel generators that run the pumps.

    These safety backup systems are the “EDGs” in nuke-speak: Emergency Diesel Generators. That they didn’t work in an emergency is like a fire department telling us they couldn’t save a building because “it was on fire.”

    What dim bulbs designed this system? One of the reactors dancing with death at Fukushima Station 1 was built by Toshiba. Toshiba was also an architect of the emergency diesel system.

    Now be afraid. Obama’s $4 billion bailout in the making is called the South Texas Project. It’s been sold as a red-white-and-blue way to make power domestically with a reactor from Westinghouse, a great American brand. However, the reactor will be made substantially in Japan by the company that bought the US brand name, Westinghouse – Toshiba.

  • As engineers race to avert a nuclear catastrophe at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant, the government has declared a 20km (12-mile) evacuation zone around it.

    The BBC has obtained footage from a local Japanese television crew who wanted to tell the story of those trapped inside the exclusion zone.

  • “Now hear this, Earth! I am Mutant Man, Homo Superior! I have been created by radiation forces out of the loins of you, the human race, after your great and terrible Atom War. Yes, I am a step above and beyond you and I am now your master for better or for worse. You created me in your blind, savage, senseless war of atomic radiation. You have only yourselves to blame if I turn out to be your Frankenstein Monster!”
  • The discovery that the US military is developing false online personalities – known to users of social media as “sock puppets” – could encourage other governments, private companies and non-government organisations to do the same.

    Critics are likely to complain that it will allow the US military to create a false consensus in online conversations, crowd out unwelcome opinions and smother commentaries or reports that do not correspond with its own objectives.

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10 Anti-Drug PSAs That Are Totally Awesome When You’re High
jerboa 体重測定
a Pool Shark Who’s Still in Diapers
Gang busted for prison mobile phone delivery with toy chopper
Xenon
Nose Balloon
Fear and Loathing: The Board Game
things you didn’t know about orgasm
Germany bans Red Bull cola after drug test
The authorities in six German states have ordered retailers to stop selling Red Bull Cola energy drinks after traces of cocaine were found in it.
Insects In Flagrante
…’n the bees.
Truck Spills
“The website of odd, strange, interesting, and unbelievable things spilled on the road by trucks.” Thanks Googs.
Passer-by pushes suicide man off bridge
Thanks David Canning
mabtw’s Channel
A collection of clips starring Dick Masterson, legendary chauvinist and author of Men Are Better Than Women.
ARE BETTER THAN WOMEN – Dick Masterson
Thanks Jack Hanly
Davis interview on CBS News “60 Minutes”
year old guitar prodigy YUTO MIYAZAWA performs Ozzy Osbourne’s Crazy Train on Ellen Degeneres
Thanks Googs
(1968) Opening Sequence
Girl (1970) Opening Credits
Vivir en Tucson: Gente Tucson: Las Gemelas Collinson
Marine Throws Puppy Off Cliff
Thanks Googs
G20 police ‘used undercover men to incite crowds’
Destructive ants marching on San Antonio
‘Reagan afraid of invasion by aliens’
Skeptical Inquiree: Curious Contrails: Death from the Sky?
The Electronic Police State
‘Superfood’ Promoted on Oprah’s Site Robs Amazon Poor of Staple
White House Czar Calls for End to ‘War on Drugs’
This Is Yer Brain On War
Revenge Product – Super Sonic Nausea
Asmik Ace unwraps third film in Tetsuo franchise
World Superhero Registry
17 Controversial Teenage TV Situations
Top 16 Senior Pranks
Panty (One) Liners
I Heart To Fart
Video Game Girls Burlesque @ Bordello
The dancers arrived armed and outfitted for an arcade battle, and included Super Mario Bros. Princess Peach, Metroid’s Samus Aran, Street Fighter’s Chun-Li, The Legend of Zelda’s Link and Princess Zelda, and BloodRayne’s Rayne
Google: More People Will Die From Swine Flu If We Cannot Retain Search Data
Homeland Security Trains Scouts To Fight Terrorism
Senate Dumps On Credit Card Interest Cap
Despite complaints that banks and credit card companies are gouging customers by charging outrageous interest rates, the Senate on Wednesday easily turned back an effort to cap interest rates at 15 percent.
Consumer Reports Health: 80% of Medical Bills Have Errors
Pool Rules
Digging up dirt: Facebook spies for hire
Two other Florida prisons zapped visiting kids with stun guns
Supreme Court Hands Medical Marijuana Major Victory
Danger Mouse to release blank CD
Too much cola zaps muscle power
Excessive cola consumption can lead to anything from mild weakness to profound muscle paralysis, doctors are warning.
Have you heard ‘the Hum’?
For decades, hundreds of people worldwide have been plagued by an elusive buzzing noise known as “the Hum”. Some have blamed gas pipes or power lines, others think their ears are faulty. A few even think sinister forces could be at work.
Wal-Mart Pays $2Mil to Duck Black Friday Death Charges
If you can’t trust a Cheerios box…
Top 10 Toilets Screaming High-tech In Luxury
GLOWING ANIMALS: Pictures of Beasts Shining for Science
Selkirk RCMP uses Facebook in order to solve rash of property crimes
Canadian Police bust tagger using facebook
Goths In Hot Weather
Cocaine and LSD found in air of Spanish cities
Moscow’s subway dogs
All Up In Her Grill
Gold Front Porn!
Ancient Gem-Studded Teeth Show Skill of Early Dentists
The glittering “grills” of some hip-hop stars aren’t exactly unprecedented. Sophisticated dentistry allowed Native Americans to add bling to their teeth as far back as 2,500 years ago, a new study says.
Man sees own wife on adultery porno
A Taiwan carpenter bought a porn DVD only to find secretly taped motel footage of his wife having sex with his friend, whom the husband later stabbed.
More Sexting News
Nate Phelps – Son of Fred Phelps Westboro Baptist Church – GodHatesFags – Tell All
Snake dies eating pregnant mountain sheep
Face Transplant Surgery
Holy Fuck!
Cat Parasite Affects Everything We Feel and Do
The parasite, Toxoplasma gondii, has been transmitted indirectly from cats to roughly half the people on the planet, and it has been shown to affect human personalities in different ways.
Troops claim ‘supernatural powers’ after pygmy sodomy
Group sex with Rugby team has destroyed my life: woman
Among new allegations aired on Monday, the woman said two men rubbed their penises in her face while other men stood watching and masturbating. Six men had sex with her while another six looked on. There was always someone touching her, she said.
Centuries-old torture instruments for sale
The 252 items include gruesome instruments such as a tongue clamp, a chair covered in spikes and an iron glove that Arlan Ettinger, president of Guernsey’s Auctions, said was used to “burn the flesh of your hand.”
Crazy Frog Bros
Thanks Ana Fernandes
12 Most Bizarre ID Cards and Passport Photos
Matthew McConaughey, Kate Beckinsale, …and Gary Oldman as a DWARF! What a piece of shit movie, can’t believe it really existists!
Startup Signs ~ Gang Signs of The Web
Utah wilderness becoming a hot spot for marijuana plantations
Grilled Chicken a Kentucky Fried Chicken Fiasco
NPR was calling KFC “the James Frey of fast food,” referring to the author of a memoir praised by Ms. Winfrey that was later exposed as fiction.
Oprah KFC Coupon Riot!
More Fried Chicken Related News
Swine Flu – Top 10 Panics!
Nude spray-on tan case gets lawmaker’s attention
State Rep. Bruce Borders, R-Jasonville, said he was shocked by a recent case where an adult man who works at a tanning salon applied a spray-on tan on a nude 15-year-old girl
Grove City student suspended over gay porn video
Says film income helped pay tuition
Porn star considers run against family values senator
Explosion destroys dentist’s office
Shit is blowin’ up!
DRAMATIC VIDEO: Exploding Strip Mall
Botswana plans to circumcise nearly half a million
African Calamari
Neighbors concerned about strange van
Provo police are investigating a bizarre incident this week: a van parked in a residential neighborhood with a sign on it, reading: “free candy inside.”
Students protest surveillance of two girls kissing
Calgary stabbers’ spree ‘for fun,’ say police
“It may have been out for kicks,” McCallum said. “It was purely to go out and hunt down victims in one hour. It’s a very unusual offence.We haven’t had that kind of behaviour for quite some time.”
Rihanna Grabbing Some Tits photography
Tons Of Released Drugs Taint US Water – Codeine Found In Delaware River
Thanks Brendan
X-rated star Marilyn Chambers dies at 56
Ivory Snow soap girl & star of ‘Behind The Green Door’
Raquel Welch, Crucified
The SSD Project | EFF Surveillance Self-Defense Project
Skeleton hands = haute couture?
$24K Silver Skelly Hands
AP Invokes DMCA Against Obama “Hope” Poster Artist
Testing YouTube’s Audio Content ID System
The Pirate Google
Torrent File Search Using Google Custom Search – Scour the Entire Web for Bit Torrent Files
Facebook’s E-mail Censorship is Legally Dubious, Experts Say
Caught on Camera — The Best of Google Street View
Sharpie Paint Job
‘America’s Funniest Home Videos’ Montages Don’t Leave Anybody Out
Boy, 15, testifies he had sex with teacher/godmother
The boy testified that his first sexual encounter with Lopez happened in her car when he was 11 or 12 years old and she was his sixth-grade teacher at Nestor. “She would, like, fondle me,” the boy testified. “She pulled down my pants and asked me if I liked it.”
The Six Most Expensive Alcohol That Ever Existed
Grandma Smokes a Newport for Her 100th B-Day
Top 5 bizarre x-rays – the five strangest things swallowed by man, woman and animal
Leonard Nimoy: ‘Star Trek’ fans can be scary
Calexico restaurant says griddle has likeness of the Virgin Mary
Somali Pirates seized after threatening French navy ship
Whoops!
Fluorescent puppy is world’s first transgenic dog
Harper’s Magazine Weekly Review 05-05-2009
The Monastery Built on a Volcanic Plug
Mission Impossible: The Code Even the CIA Can’t Crack
The sculpture named Kryptos at CIA headquarters contains a secret message ‚Äî but not even the agency’s brightest can crack its code.
NY TAXI WISDOM
Decorated swine flu surgical masks in Mexico
Thanks Ryan Kitson
12 accidental celebrity deaths — and the prescription drugs that caused them
Hipster Grifter in Philly Slammer
Mom Pressures Teen Daughter To Get Implants – MTV True life: i don’t like my small breasts
Banksy and ‘Art Fags’ Attacked
Thanks Empress
Bonsai Kitten
Surgical Mask Fashions
Past SARS Fashions in Surgical Face Masks
Fear of contracting SARS has not stopped some people in Hong Kong from considering the fashion implications of wearing a surgical mask in public.
Face warmer? Surgical mask? A free pattern. – KNITTING
Get Your Stylish Swine Flu Masks Now!
8 Fashionable Picks For Avoiding the Plague Without Sacrificing Taste
Swine Flu Masks
Masks | There’s Something in the Air
Designer Surgical Masks
New for Spring Flu Season!
Pit bulls, Dobermans, Rottweilers banned from public housing
robbed for fried chicken
“Give Us The Chicken!” Thanks Googs.
10 years later, the real story behind Columbine
Vermont Lawmakers Look To Legalize Teen ‘Sexting’
Crash author JG Ballard, ‘a giant on the world literary scene’, dies aged 78
Researchers use brain interface to post to Twitter
1,500 farmers commit mass suicide in India
Twelve Major Brands That Will Disappear
Good News: Crocs are on the list!
Child rapist cult leader escapes jail in chopper
Shadows Helped Form the “Pillars of Creation”
A Lawyer, Some Teens and a Fight Over ‘Sexting’
NYPD cops charged in rape of drunken woman they escorted home
Look at This F-ing Nude Hipster Grifter
Facebook users no longer insulting each other as much – or having as much sex
The teenager auctioning her virginity for £9,000 to fund her education
18-Year-Old Boy Arrested in Most Bizarre Sex Tape Bust Yet
Universal to remake ‘Videodrome’
20% of Teen Polish Prostitutes Do It For Brand Name Clothes
Pakistanis Find Success in Fetish Business
Suicide Girl Fight Club
Type Nesting
Doctor: Grudge may have sparked graffiti spree
Rowlow!
Upstate Police Arrest 70-Year-Old Tagger
Thanks Brendan Donnelly
Japan child robot mimicks infant learning
calling me a homo
bizarre animal discovered in Japan
“CAN YOU FUCK IT?”
Machine – Big Spider in Yokohama
Pussy Foot
Thanks Ryan Kitson
Fish market alien sighting
Runs Out of Chicken in Rochester, NY
As Swine Flu Spreads, Conspiracy Theories of Laboratory Origins Abound
Couple caught having sex in dumpster
Father sought after son, 7, forcibly tattooed
Clare men accused of burning boy’s anus with propane torch charged
Your Swine Flu Shot! PSA
From the voluminous shelves of the National Archives, here are vintage Swine Flu PSAs from 1976.
White House Apologizes for NYC Air Force Flyover
Obama’s Handshake of Death
Hitler’s art attracts big sale prices
“A painting by Adolf Hitler sold for almost $15,000 Thursday — more than six times as much as expected.”
Rise Seen in Trafficking of Enhanced Ecstasy
“Extreme Ecstasy” or “Meth X”
Deathmatch Jaki Numazawa vs. Ryuji Ito Part. 2
Fluorescent Lighttubes Cross, Fluorescent Lighttubes Tower & Cage Death Match ~ “Hill of Sanctuary”: “Black Angel” Jaki Numazawa vs. Ryuji Ito
Michael Jackson Auction: My Favorite Items – a set on Flickr
INSANE!!!
Sonny Chiba – Bromide idol days
10 Things You Didn’t Know About Somali Pirates
26-year-old man with body of a two-year-old
Sea Serpent in Nantucket 1937
Thunderbird Junior 50’s Mini-Cars
Taylor Gatto – State Controlled Consciousness
The Ethical Slut Returns
“Into threesomes? Foursomes? Moresomes? The co-author of a cult classic about open relationships talks sex communes, romantic one-night stands, and offering chicken soup to lovers.”
60’s Retro Drink Aid
Golden arches topple, crush Naperville couple
Shocked Russian surgeons open up man who thought he had a tumour… to find a FIR TREE inside his lung
Eight Druggiest Rock Star Stories
Phil Spector convicted of second-degree murder
Brooklyn Man Bites Tip Off Own Penis
I breastfeed my dad
Trying desperately to measure up
“Doctors in Asia are treating an increasing number of men with severe injuries who have tried to increase the size of their penises by injecting themselves with Vaseline and other oils.”
“Daggering” Trend Is Breaking Jamaican Dicks
“Signs of a fractured penis include a loud popping noise, followed by excruciating pain, swelling, and sometimes blood.” Thanks Erik.
How to Be Goth – wikiHow
Thanks Espo
Weekly Review Harper’s Magazine 4-14-09
Firefighters Say Teens Using Axe Body Spray As Flamethrower
Body spray is finally good for something. Thanks James.
Monkey Knievel
Get OUTSIDE of your body~!
“The pineal gland is occasionally associated with the sixth chakra (also called Ajna or the third eye chakra in yoga). It is believed by some to be a dormant organ that can be awakened to enable “telepathic” communication.”
I Ate My Baby’s Placenta!
Thanks Vinnie
Grindhouseland Salutes… Vincent Price
Lobbyist’s Testimony to Congress
Maya Prophecy, Long Count Calendars & Possible Cosmic Catastrophe for 21-12-2012
Brain Researchers Open Door to Editing Memory
FEMA concentration camps debunked
Was the Tunguska Fireball a Comet Chemical Bomb?
Flint, Michigan: Government Considering Abandoning Parts of City, Cutting Off Police and Fire Service
“Graffiti” to be legalized in Brazil?
Graffiti judged low priority in S.F.
IRAQ DEATHS on Twitter
Mexican president: US authorities ‘complicit’ in drug trafficking
Sabotage suspected in widespread phone outage in Santa Cruz and Santa Clara counties
Report: Spies hacked into U.S. electricity grid
ACLU Sues Prosecutor Over ‘Sexting’ Child Porn Charges
Iraqi Gays Sentenced to Death for Their Sexuality Face Execution
Pentagon preps for economic warfare
Could Pirates Become an Army for the Stateless?
The Hand In Space! – My god, it’s full of stars
Woman with ‘a phantom third arm’
“A stroke victim has developed a phantom third arm which she uses ‘just like a real-life limb’.”
Attack of the Card Skimmers: It’s Happening Right Here, Right Now
Somali Pirates Hijack Ship With 20 Americans On Board
‘Straight Edge’ Coke cop says oral sex to blame for dirty test, but judge not buying it
“The couple met at a punk concert and, according to court records, they “would often sweat” while having sex “three or four times per week.” Thanks Staycey
Poledancefan – Middle aged father works the pole
“My name is Joel. I’m 47 married with two kids” Thanks Vinny.
Chia Obama Dropped By Walgreens Amidst Cries of Racism
“Since when is an Afro racist?”
Dungeons & Dragons co-founder has passed away
Did Obama bow to Saudi king?
‚ÄúSuch an act is a traditional obeisance befitting a king’s subjects, not his peer. There is no precedent for U.S. presidents bowing to Saudi or any other royals,‚Äù said the conservative Washington Times.
Taxidermy Mouse Mouse!
Pentagon blows up pigs in bombproof armor
Monster Motorcycle Helmets
The Deadliest Vespa
50 Do-able Cartoon Hotties No Guy Could Kick Out of Bed
Simulator
Mum bathes baby in breast milk
lookin’ dude chugging Mountain Dew
The Public Hanging of a Circus Elephant
Chiseling
Bob Ross The Joy of Painting video channel
Best Voice Ever!
ShamWow Bust: But Wait, There’s More…
Needle removed from ass – after 31 years
The Amazing Story of the Man With Two Penises [nsfw]
Shower Fight
Build Your Own Multitouch Surface Computer
P-Mate: Allowing women to pee freely just like a man
6 Massive Old School Printers (& How They Were Advertised)
Bulletproof Fashions
Buddhist monk completes seven-year run
“A few have done it twice; many more have not lived to finish. Traditionally, any monk, or gyoja, who can’t continue to the end must take his own live, either by hanging or disembowelment.”
The neuropsychology of zombies
The Top Seven Awesome Things You Didn’t Know About Steve McQueen
Police Doughnuts
Watch a Google Street View Car Hit a Bridge – Google Maps
Saved from swimming in circles: Allison the one-finned turtle gets a new prosthetic
Heads – Once In A Lifetime – By Kermit the Frog
Top 10 Bizarre But True Drugs And Their Effects
10 Recent Scientifically Solved Mysteries
Lady chimps will mate for meat
Rolling Spider
Volcano Lightning
5 Cats that Look Like Wilford Brimley
Obama Fried Chicken
Kennedy, you’ve been replaced! Thanks Haley.
“Roadhouse” Blind Guitarist, Jeff Healey, Dies
Awesome Medieval Suits of Armor
My Vagina Pillow Rocks Her Lace Bush
For Serious Riders Only
Child Predator Hands
“Dancing With The Stars” Boner
Drunk teacher accused of forcing students to dance and “grind”
off my long hair
Flaming Garbage Cans In Hip Hop Videos
A PERV caught naked at a beauty spot with a torch stuck up his bum — told cops he was DEPRESSED.
1972 Halloween Catalog
Cake Wrecks
When professional cakes go horribly, hilariously wrong.
A Bristol secondary school has tried out a new style of sex education by letting teenage pupils examine a line-up of naked men.
FOOD FACE DINNER PLATE
Quest for artificial nose to sniff out terrorists’ fear
Levi’s¬Æ √ó Damien Hirst “The Spin Jeans”
Only ¥2,625,000 JPY (approximately $27,000 USD).
Drugs glow green under torch beam
“An ultraviolet torch which shows certain drugs as glowing green is being used to catch cocaine-using clubbers.”
Angry customer blasts McDonald’s drive-through
“A McDonald’s drive-through was shot up early Sunday after a customer was angered that the restaurant had shifted from the lunch menu to the breakfast menu, police said. ”
Teen accused of burning man who let underage drinkers party at his home
“A middle-age man charged with supplying alcohol to teens at his house suffered a severe groin burn when one teen lit the man‚Äôs pants on fire after he passed out, police said”
Study: Housing Homeless Drunks And Letting Them Drink Saves Millions
Pet dogs and cats a good way to break a leg, government says
An inmate alleges two deputies got another prisoner to put his penis on a bologna sandwich which he ate
“As soon as he had finished eating the sandwich Deputy Cantwell taunted him, and took out his cell phone on which he displayed a photo of another inmate in the jail with his penis on the bologna sandwhich,”
Lawmakers Target Elderly Porn
“Pervs preying on the elderly or disabled could soon face harsh new penalties under a first-of-its-kind proposed law that would punish sicko peddlers of geriatric and handicapped porn the same as child pornographers.”
Australian Pimp Paid Teen Prostitute With Chicken Nuggets
Thanks Petey
“Smoking Smarties” Has Parents Fuming
Candy Hits
Woman has sex with pine cone, needs surgery to remove it
Mexican Drug Lord Officially Thanks American Lawmakers for Keeping Drugs Illegal
Was Madonna Involved in a Videotaped Human Sacrifice?
Video Games Kill! Here’s Proof…
‘Healthy’ man, 25, collapses and dies playing Wii Fit game
Drunk ShamWow Guy Smacks Up A Hoe
TV pitchman battered hooker in South Beach hotel room brawl
“EX-Masturbator” Shirt from Passion for Christ Movement
“Yeah we said it‚Ķ.Nobody talks about it, but most people have done it or are still doing it. It’s seems to be a rite of passage for both girls and guys into the world of sex. Some say masturbation is not a sin, some say that it is. But is it really okay in the eyes of God?”
Swiss banks ban top executive travel
“Switzerland‚Äôs private banks have started to ban their top executives from travelling abroad, even to neighbouring France and Germany, because of fears they will be detained as part of a global crackdown on bank secrecy.”
Female teacher on trial after she was caught performing oral sex on a male student in her classroom claims that it was the fault of medication she was taking
“Were you ever on your knees in front of the victim?”
Cape-wearing man arrested after reportedly robbing adult store
Porn Censors Target Nude Renaissance Art
Sarasota man arrested for 71st time
Toss My Salad, Snoopy!
“Douchebags” Lawsuit Dismissed
Orange Guidos with lawyers
Now Home Office drugs adviser wants to downgrade LSD from A to B
England
Police raid home of Fox News employee, charge him with possession of child porn
Calvin and Hobbes strip from 15 years ago describes the current economic climate
The Luckiest or Unluckiest Man in the World? Tsutomu Yamaguchi, double A-bomb victim
Survivor of both Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Spanish police seize 42-piece dinner set… made entirely of cocaine!
Victorian Flea Circuses: A Lost Art Form
Movie Trivia: The Goonies
Wunderland Hamburg: the largest model railway in the world
Google Street View forced to remove images
Could Cow Urine Cola Make a Splash?
“In a country where cows are sacred, drinking their urine is close to godliness.”
KFC’s proposal: First pot pies, now potholes
KFC wants to help patch the nation’s potholes, then brand them.
Romania weighs decriminalizing consensual incest
A Step Forward
Flammable Water Due To Natural Gas Leak In Colorado Home
The Economics of Star Trek
In the Star Trek universe, there is no money.
Crackle
Another Streamin’ Movie Site
Hollywood’s Scariest Haunted Houses
Malaysian minister defends caning of prisoners as gruesome video appears on internet
Ass-Tastic!
Jersey girl, 14, arrested after posting nude pics
TRENTON, N.J. – A 14-year-old New Jersey girl has been accused of child pornography after posting nearly 30 explicit nude pictures of herself on MySpace.com — charges that could force her to register as a sex offender if convicted.
Flickr: billoney’s Photostream
Freedom For Kidnapped 3M Boss
“Workers at a factory in the French town of Pithiviers have finally released Luc Rousselet, a French manager for American firm 3M who was held in his office for more than a day after being locked in by employees who were angry about layoffs.”
Ethiopia hit by Coca-Cola drought
Thanks Rafael Lett
BURTON INTERVIEW. METALLICA.
RIP
Blossom Dearie’s “Conjunction Junction” Romance?
Did the woman who sang “Unpack Your Adjectives” ever get together with the guy who sang “I’m Just a Bill”?
60-foot penis painted on roof
Thanks Espo
Inside the mind of Azel
Tameil – Shotgun Buck (Duck Hunt Edit)
Children of cousins ‘have greater risk of catching infectious disease’
Farting Student Kicked Off School Bus
‘Star Wars’ Laser Kills Mosquitoes
Old-ass Charles Manson
Albino Tiger Head Found In Car
$400 Dog Shit
Blood-curdling sausage recipe by air force chefs
“TWO German air force sergeants are facing courts martial after drawing their own blood to make traditional sausage.”
The Obama Administration, Your Information, and You
“The Obama administration, while progressive in some areas, still appears to be on the same page as the Bush administration regarding warrentless surveillance.”
The Obama Deception
“The Obama Deception is a hard-hitting film that completely destroys the myth that Barack Obama is working for the best interests of the American people.”
Deathbed Boo-Boo
” A man who thought he was going to die confessed last week to a decades-old slaying. James Brewer, 58, didn‚Äôt die. Instead, he found himself Monday in a Tennessee courtroom facing a murder charge.
Wack is Back! Increased Use of PCP Worries Authorities in D.C
“As PCP Use Rebounds Among Suspects, D.C. Authorities Worry About Violent Incidents” Thanks ESPO
Grease Art
55 year old lady trying to win a booty shaking contest
Sewing machine signed by Metallica
& The Illuminati (1 of 4)
Virginity rates among students by major
Electronic Road Signs: Newest Hacked Road Sign Warns Of New York’s Imminent Demise
Woman Injured in Power Tool Sex Toy Encounter
Police seize 1,200 pounds of pot in spinach cans
Colonel Sanders pulled from river after 24 years
Woman shot by arrow on NYC street, is recovering
German Fried Chicken: Tender, Juicy Obama Fingers Hit the Shelves
“A German frozen food company hopes to raise sales with a new product: Obama fingers. The tender, fried chicken bits come with a tasty curry sauce. The company says it was unaware of the possible racist overtones of the product.”
Go-go dancer duped with fake $100 bills
Horse bites off Indonesian man’s testicle, spits it out
Pirates of Somalia – The Big Picture
Cocaine found in store’s peppers
Queens!
Penile Extenders Actually Might Work, Doctors Say
U.S. teens were hit men for Mexican cartel
“Both teenagers received six-month military-style training on a Mexican ranch. Investigators say Cardona and Reta were paid $500 a week each as a retainer, to sit and wait for the call to kill. Then they were paid up to $50,000 and 2 kilos of cocaine for carrying out a hit.”
Police put purported pothead in pokey, pinched placing potted pot on porch perch
VA$HTIE » party pics: 3/12 THE RECESSION SPECIAL Рloft party for A-RON THE DON’S BORNDAY!
Recession Special!
More Party Photos
Can We unClick Google?
“A challenge to activists of the twenty-first century: how can we effectively fight back against Google‚Äôs violation of our online privacy? ”
Militant Obama youth march to ‘Alpha, Omega’ chant
PLEASE DON’T RIOT…IT’S JUST WHAT ‘THEY’ WANT
“Be very, very aware of anyone who starts rioting, or encourages others to do so, amid peaceful demonstrations. Who are they and why are they doing this when it is handing all the aces to the system to impose a Police State? They are either stupid or agents of that State.”
Grass-Mud Horse
‘A Dirty Pun Tweaks China‚Äôs Online Censors ‘
Gucci Mane To Be Released From Jail This Weekend
Thanks J.Scott
Woman finds hungry calico cat hiding in $27 couch
ARTIST NOW IN ROGUE GALLERY
“A top Japanese pop artist in town for a big gallery opening was busted the night before his show when cops spotted him drawing a smiley face on the wall of an East Side subway station after a boozy night out, officials said yesterday.” Thanks Espo.
Kids mistakenly drink wiper fluid at Ark. day care
Thanks EMone
The Fat Jew’s Oscar party on E! Daily 10
Team Facelift: spreadin’ the weirdness like guac.
The Virgins on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon: Wed, Mar 11 2009
Who styled Donald?!
Police Bust Alleged Gang-Promoting Radio Station
Know Your Meme: Boxxy
Rare Pink Dolphin Photo Gallery
Mo’ Albino Dolphin!
Otaku Power – Trivia/Desire/Transformation
‘Radioactive’ sex offender on the run
Eatin’?
It’s Not Easy Being Green – Kermit The Frog Corpse Fashion
How many dead frogs does it take to make you look fly?
Wigger Mackin’ with Stuffed Animal Tigers
Report: Diebold Voting System Has ‘Delete’ Button for Erasing Audit Logs
Obama & Biden chipped or wearing tracking devices?
CIA destroyed 92 interrogation tapes
Advocates applaud AG Holder on marijuana policy
“Medical marijuana advocates applauded Friday after the Obama administration signaled it will halt federal raids on dispensaries, easing a long-standing rift between California and federal law. ”
The slow death of handwriting
How Much Of Our Debt Comes From Drug Money?
War on drug cartels: Mexico under siege
A New Civil War?
U.S. Energy Department Cannot Account for Nuclear Materials at 15 Locations
UPDATE: FEMA CONCENTRATION CAMPS IN UNITED STATES!
Water Supply Will Stay Poisoned With Gender-Bending Chemicals Due To “Carbon Footprint” Of Filtering Systems
Ancient Language of Universal Symbols Discovered
Legalize marijuana
“A new plan to legalize marijuana in California would create a $1 billion tokin’ tax and thousands of green jobs. Now that’s a stimulus plan!”
Fertility Institute Offers Designer Children
SMOKING GUN PROOF THAT ILLUMINATI PLANNED TERRIBLE EVENTS MANY YEARS AGO TO BRING DOWN OUR CULTURE: Part 2
‘Vampire’ discovered in mass grave
Cost of locking up Americans too high
“One in every 31 U.S. adults is in the corrections system”
‘This is off-the-charts weird’
“He often brought drugs or alcohol to work and sometimes had sex with women. At least three of those women were dead”
Stimulus Logo: Branding the U.S. Recovery
Investigation Continues Into KFC Prank Call
“And then they were told by this person on the phone to go outside and disrobe and actually urinate on one another to decontaminate each other,”
Filmmaker plans Eyeborg eye-socket camera
In Drug-Leery Japan, Arrests for Marijuana Are on the Rise
Utah is No. 1 – for online pornography consumption
Pink dolphin appears in US lake
Albino Dolphin!
Africa: Genitals removed while men are alive
“Young men are attacked and their genitals cut off while they are still alive; children’s throats are slit and their organs removed; and border-crossers are caught with bags containing human heads and sexual organs.”
Former Guantanamo detainee tells of ‘medieval’ torture
“…he lived in constant darkness and “came close to insanity” after being forced to listen to the same album by rapper Eminem at top volume for a solid month.”
David Lynch on Product Placement
advert
Thanks Vinnie
Guitar Store Shaped Like Giant Amp
The science of selling out
“Iggy Pop’s endorsement of car insurance has prompted accusations of selling out. But does anyone really care any more?”
Turning pregnant bumps into art
Thanks David Canning
Kitten in Bong!
Thanks EMone
Spain arrests ‘cocaine cast’ man
“A Chilean man with a broken leg was arrested at Barcelona airport after his “cast” was found to be made of cocaine not plaster, Spanish police say.” Thanks Espo!
The 20 Most Terrifying Pictures of Ronald McDonald Ever
Water Balloon Poppin’!
Ectoplasmic Acoustics
‘Hipstavore’
LEGO has the Coolest business card ever
$28 Million Chair
typografie: Freshfonts | AUTOBAHN grafisch ontwerp
Obama Gay Scandal!
Fisherman found my lost phone in the belly of a 25lb cod …and it still works after a week in a fish
bombombombomwooooo
Failure sound from The Price Is Right
Rihanna and Chris Brown Are Back Together
YAY!
90-year-old in 8mph mobility scooter takes wrong turn and ends up on highway
Meet the Republican Rapper
Kanye Gay BeeJay
Facebook – Snitchin’ On Yerself
A teenager was fired for commenting on Facebook at work about how she was bored at work.
And The Award For Creepiest Guitar Goes To…
Teenar: The Sexy Girl Guitar
Bat Boy: One ugly cat
Stephen Powers from Overbrook Video Choices ¬´ Duffed Out Industries
Graff Girl – DJ Lady Tribe
Sun your Buns, or should I say Challah?
NYC Official: Ban Japanese ‘Rape’ Video Game
‘Rapelay’
Boston Graffiti Wars
Thanks Mariondream81!
aNYthing is back! screensaver
Thanks Bjernie!
Rihanna — The Face of a Battered Woman
Anyone else see her horns?
Clan at Roy Rodgers – RZA in New York 1992
Original Human TETRIS Performance
A Theme on Glass Bottles
Giant Six Pound Rat Caught in China
Come to Chinatown, there’s bigger!
Obama Sushi
Shit happens
Lily Allen Gets Fingered
Man ‘waged urine-spray campaign’
A man sprayed a mixture of urine and faeces in two supermarkets, a pub and a bookshop in Gloucestershire
Former nun tells of sex and suffering inside Indian convent
Nunsploitation!
Facebook Yields to User Outrage: Reverts to Old TOS
The Third Eye Video Camera
The Cyber Eye is finally here! Needs a red glow, though.
Guys Cabinet Door Sounds Exactly like Chewbacca!
Touch and Go Records to Stop Releasing New Music, Shut Down Distribution
The Nine Weirdest PSAs Ever Made (VIDEO)
Vicodin Earrings
Freak Bike Accident – View With Caution
Thanks Googs!
Toothy raccoon bit off man’s penis
Thanks Ramon!
>> ‚Ñ¢ RETARD RIOT ‚Ñ¢ <<
The Glob – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hagen and Don Rickles
Thanks Bjarni Einarsson
A Sociologist’s Look at Graffiti
ESPOoooooooooooo!
My Body (Tuts My Barreh) / Karaoke Fail (English subtitles)
Thanks EMone MTV
The Drought – Rappers ‘n Recession
Thanks Billoney!
PAINT MISBEHAVIN’ AS VANDALS HIT CENTRAL PARK
Proof Weave Womans’s Weave Stops Bullet Saves Her Life In Kansas!
Dynamic Breakers “ANTI GRAFFITTI Commercial”
“Graffiti Tagger” Falls To His Death On The 826 (MIAMI)
U.S. judges accused of jailing kids for cash
Hitler had shocking table manners, gorged on cake and suffered flatulence, reveals never-before-seen profile
Salt Lake woman with world’s longest fingernails, loses nails in crash
You’ve been knickered, son
A THIEF has been caught with more than 1,600 items of women’s lingerie hidden in the home he shared with his parents.
Geronimo’s Heirs Sue Secret Yale Society Over His Skull
“Ark’eting” the Aaron Bondaroff and Semen Sperms Video Interview
Record Envelope – the little library of factory sleeves
A collection of generic record company 45 sleeves
S E M E N C L A W
W T F
The Bacon Explosion – Take Bacon. Add Sausage. Blog.
Mmmmm…Swine!
The Racial Slur Database
Shoe-throwing Sculpture Removed
Thanks Petey!
Heavy Metal Laundry Tips
The Magic (Indoor) Tree House
French fighter planes grounded by computer virus
NYPD cops in crackdown on graffiti punks
Do-It-Yourself Vagina
Ars Erotica: The Erotic Art Museum
I’ve got the world’s biggest boobs
38KKK breasts!
Bacon Flavored Jelly Beans
Pictured: The cow that was zapped by lightning – and survived
Surgeons remove donated kidney through vagina
Man caught with pigeons in his trousers
‘Mom cooks me like a turkey in the oven’
The Beatles – Made Outta Wool!
2009 Northwest Arkansas Ice Storm Pictures
A Teddy Bear for Your Hipster Lifestyle
Cornify – Unicorns & Rainbows On-Demand
The Cramps – Newsletter / FanZine – 1 – 7 (PDF’s)
US Army Has Highest Suicide Rate Since Vietnam War
Ecstasy ‘no more dangerous than horse riding’
China Earthquake A Dam-Induced Disaster?
Kellogg’s Wimps Out Over Phelps’s Bong Hit: What Century Are They Living in?
York City property owner has message for crack dealers
“Deer Crack Dealer,” the message stated. “You kin sell crack on this block and the York City Police will not stop you. They fear you. Crack Rules.”
Shepard Fairey Dodges Criticism at ICA: Street Artists and Copyright Advocates Demand Answers
Shepard Fairey: OBEY my lawyers
Dumb Lip Tattoos
Shepard Fairey, artist of Obama ‘Hope’ poster arrested
Little Island
Get a lil’ robot copy of yerself!
Toddler
Squid cake
Lucky in Love ‘The Price Is Right’ Hand Embroidery
What’s that Smell? Maple Syrup Mystery Solved
Best Tattoo EVER
Val Kilmer mulls run for N.M. governor
Owner’s sign tells ‘crack dealers’ to sell here
World’s youngest sex-change operation
Pranks involving electronic road signs stir worry
Zombies Ahead!
Teen accused of using Facebook for sexual blackmail
One-night stand man wakes to find lover has carved her name into his arm
Video: Hacker war drives San Francisco cloning RFID passports
Flooded Mcdonald’s
Men smell of cheese; women smell of onion
Cash4Gold Will Offer One-Third of the Actual Value for your Gold
Raids net alleged members of tagger crew that hit L.A., Las Vegas
Top Ten Female Streakers
Little Boy Is on Drugs [VIDEO]
The Fix Is In – Trading Cards
Bart Simpson is a Scientologist
Google Maps Car Hits a Deer, Records Entire Ordeal on Google Maps
Man ‘finds US troop data’ on Used MP3 Player
Drug Money Saving Banks
The United Nations’ crime and drug watchdog has indications that money made in illicit drug trade has been used to keep banks afloat in the global financial crisis
Giant Ant Colony is a World Wonder
Blowfish testicles sicken 7 in Japan
Iron Maiden Eddie as Sponge Bob
Brit Jew marries dolphin
Rectal Foreign Bodies
HIVE OF AFGHAN ADDICTS
GRAND PUBA/BRAND NUBIANS: THE REMIXES
Smart Bombs and War Porn Hit YouTube
Israel Defense Forces use YouTube for propaganda
Hail King Obama: President for life
The ‘Chemtrail’ Hoax – According to the U.S. Air Force
Chemtrails in the Sky Are Evidence of Nefarious Activities for Broad-Based Conspiracy Theorists
Fresh Prince Theme: Gangsta Version
Thanks Naw!
Cops Talk Funny: Operations & Tactics at Officer.com
Pimp My Altar
Bernie Madoff’s Palm Beach House Gets Toilet Papered
Is there really such a thing as … placenta stew?
Placenta Recipes
“Each placenta weighs approximately 1/6 of the baby’s weight. Cut the meat away from the membranes with a sharp knife. Discard the membranes”
Soviet Propaganda Against USA (posters)
Downi Creations – The only collectible quality dolls with realistic Down syndrome features
“Meet our growing family of Down Syndrome Originals¬©”
Downs Syndrome Dolls Again
Black Devil Doll – Movie
Bunnies Meltin’!
Stereo Titties
Bevis’ Sis
Philly Malnourished Horses Removed From Crumbling Makeshift Stables
Sorry I blew yer spot up, dudes, but treat yer horses right! Thanks Tim Artz.
Man died in network of tunnels he made through house of rubbish
Thnx Heather!
Crack Whore Confessions Theme Song
Snow Prints
For Two – The second ever computer game
1958 oscilloscope game!
eBay – A History of Unusual Items
Sneeze Porn!
Gesundheit!
10 Porn Stars Who Twitter
The awfulness of Billy Joel, explained.
Chippendiddys
Euro Boy Strippers…WTF?!
Birth Movie Trailer
LSD: The Dream Emulator
1998 Sony Playstation game released only in Japan
TurbanMan
Homemade Girl Scout Cookie recipes
Skateboarding in Afghanistan Provides a Diversion From Desolation
Thanks Googs
A list of different paraphilias and sexual fetishes
Comic Book Urban Legends Revealed
CFNM
Walk-By Bukkake
NSFW
1954 Senate Interim Report – Comic Books and Juvenile Delinquency
Home of the Slug Love
Hardcore Banana Slug Sex!
Boy, 14, dupes police, patrols Chicago for 5 hours
A 14-year-old aspiring police officer donned a uniform, walked into a Chicago police station and managed to get an assignment — patroling in a squad car for five hours before he was detected, police said Sunday.
Make your own lock picks – Part 1
What A Nigerian Facebook Scam Looks Like
Pope warns against too much Facebook
3D porn to revolutionise industry
Gold tooth missing after crutch attack
Abandoned Mike Tyson mansion in Ohio
The Shur Shot
Douche/enema nozzle that connects to yer shower
Vintage French Fucking Machines
Body Builder vs. Rubik’s Cube
Banking with Beanies
Finding parallels to the current financial meltdown in previous bubbles, from Holland’s Tulipomania to the Beanie Baby bubble
Disney Rejection Letter, 1938
Bolivia – The Train Graveyard
Wood Furniture, Wood House, Everything Wood
It’s all wood.
The Cave House
$1,950,000
Weird Deformed Animals
Signs of the Endtimes
Chick Cartoon Tracts
Latest Trend: Myspace Address Tattoos!
Police seize ‘Obama’ brand heroin
“The Smoking Gun Web site, which headlined the story “The Audacity of Dope,” pointed out that drug dealers are fond of brands and frequently misappropriate names for them. Over the years, police have seized bin Laden heroin, Harry Potter Ecstasy and even cocaine branded as Teletubbies, a TV show aimed at toddlers.”
Inside Programmable Road Signs
Web Browsers | EFF Surveillance Self-Defense Project
Government Computer News Pans Printer Dots
For those of you who don’t know, modern printers print a secret tracking code on all yer printouts.
Banker Gives Spankings to 50 Customers
Top 6 Bizarre Body Modifications and Plastic Surgeries
Guards plead not guilty in ‘nightmare’ Rikers beatings
“Three correction officers created a sadistic secret society on a Rikers Island cellblock, ordering prisoners to extort and beat other inmates, prosecutors charged Thursday.”
Kate Moss gets £30,000 Andre graffiti from boyfriend rocker Jamie Hince
AGUA – Work On Paper, Wreck Center, Endorsements
How the Computer gets the answer…
Installation – Doubles
World Superhero Registry
REAL Heroes
Diapers
Nerd – Wikipedia
The first documented appearance of the word “nerd” is as the name of a creature in Dr. Seuss’s book If I Ran the Zoo (1950)
Little Blue Pills Among the Ways CIA Wins Friends in Afghanistan
Payment Processor Breach May Be Largest Ever
A data breach last year at Princeton, N.J., payment processor Heartland Payment Systems may have compromised tens of millions of credit and debit card transactions, the company said today.
30-pound marijuana brick delivered to wrong address by UPS
Abandoned Amusement Parks in Asia
List of defunct amusement parks
Artificial Virginity Hymen
best response ever on People’s Court
Henchman’s Helper
Kenny Rogers  lookalike
Sprite Stitch – A video game inspired cross stitch weblog
Mike Tysons Punch-Out Scarf – DIY
Awesome!
Miss World finalist has hands and feet amputated
Skitch Hitchcock and Salt Creek Beach Crew Old School Skateboarding
“That Dogtown stuff is all well and good, but skitch Hitchcock and friends know that OC‚Äôs own Salt Creek Beach crew has left its own mark on the skateboarding world”
Why Nuclear Weapons Are (Still) Bad for the Planet
True Art Crime Heist: Case of the Stolen Rembrandt
Knitters turn to graffiti artists with ‘yarnbombing’
Graffiti artists have added a new tool their traditional aerosol cans – knitting needles and a ball of wool.
Dad’s grow-op busted after baby dials 9-1-1
Sex offender wins $500,000 Alaska lottery
An Alaska lottery held to raise money for a group that helps sexual abuse victims had a surprise winner: a convicted sex offender.
Adolf Hitler, Sisters Taken from Parents’ Home
The Gangster Archives
Mostly graffiti related stuff from the very early Teen Angel’s magazines, with other items of interest thrown in.
Third Eye Camera Skull Pinhole Camera Art
The Don Martin Dictionary
“FAGROOOSH SHUSSHH SHPISHLE FROOM” – A Seashell
7 Things I Learned Working on a Pot Farm
Why is Marijuana Illegal?
Google Trends Subversion: ‚úà ‚ñå‚ñå
Velvet Underground – 1969 press kit
Gaza Rockets – Cookin’ Show
How to Be a Skater Girl
Remember in the old days when you hadda figure things out for yerself, not just Google ’em?!
Amature Obama Portraits
Leadbelly Morph Video
I live out my sexual fantasy as an online escort
Whorin’ in Second Life
What’s Inside Obama’s iPod?
Growing Up Star Wars: 1977-1985 Pool
Flikr photoset of how Star Wars influenced/damaged many young lives.
Top 11 compounds in US drinking water
The latest thing to get scared shitless about.
How America Lost the War on Drugs
Chicken McNugget, Step One [PIC]
Mmmmm…soft serve mechanically separated chicken. Thanks Krissy.
Islamic militants ridicule death of Bush cat
Cars: Inside the Rocket-Proof Obamamobile
Casu marzu – Delicious Maggot Cheese!
Zimbabwe introduces $50 billion note
A Billi A Billi A Billi
Top 5 Most Disturbing Breastfeeding Videos of All-Time
Smokin’ Presidents
US veterans sue CIA for alleged drug and mind control experiments
“Rochelle said he was given just one breath of a chemical in aerosol form that kept him drugged for two and a half days, struggling with visions. He said he saw animals coming out of the walls and his freckles moving like bugs under his skin. At one point, he tried to cut the freckles out with a razor.”
Mutant NYC Bed Bugs Impervious to Toxic Attack
Will inauguration have enough port-a-potties?
“This is the largest temporary restroom event in the history of the United States,” he said.
Punk And The Swastika
Рバカロボ キントレーZ
This shit is weird!
Vintage Smoke Helmets / Gas Masks
Wild lookin’!
Skateboard Truck Table
A Gallery of Medical Marijuana – Slideshows – CNBC
BLACK FLAG My War test press LP w/ Raymond Pettibon art – eBay
I’ve only got it with the poster and press kit.
What’s It Going to Take to Lock Up Drug Company Execs?
A recent article in the New England Journal of Medicine reveals the shocking extent of how corrupt drug companies are.
Delusional Downtown Divas
Flintstones Bedrock City of Custer, SD
Cut-Rate Flintstones Theme Park
US porn industry seeks multi-billion dollar bailout
Porn baron Larry Flynt is seeking a $5 billion bailout from Washington to rejuvenate the industry, which he says is suffering because of the economic downturn.
The Art of the Prank : David Cerny: Detente Czech Style
Art Pranks, Culture Jamming and Reality Hacking, Pranksters
Adobe home found under Marin hippie commune
There were two renowned drug busts in 1969. In one of them, narcotics agents demanded to know who owned all the pot they found. McCoy responded famously, “It belongs to God. I just smoke it.”
Version of Amerikkka
Blowjob X-Ray’s
Goes Vegan
Thanks Petey
Andre Thomas, Texas Death Row Inmate, Pulls Out Eye, Eats it
On death row for killin’ his wife ‘n daughter ‘n rippin’ their hearts out. “Thomas told police how he put his victims’ hearts in his pocket and left their apartment, took them home, put them in a plastic bag and threw them in the trash.”
‘I tripped and fell … honest’
SHOCKED surgeons were forced to use their imagination after operating on woman with a huge can of hairspray stuck in her bum.
Elderly Woman’s Shoes Grow Into Her Feet
Is this new bio-tech?
Man Covered In Feces Attacks Flight Attendant
Thanks Ramon!

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