Jack Miller whips Mac O’Connor and Al Douglas in a no-holds-barred fight to become the leader of an outlaw-motorcycle gang, and as a victory prize, Sherry Tabor becomes Jack’s “Old Lady” and has to take on each gang member sexually…one-at-a-time. The gang comes upon two teenage couple swimming in a lake and Jack decides the gang needs a couple of new “Mamas.” They overpower the girl’s boyfriends, Frank Billings and Joe Banana, of the Joe Banan Thing band..and take the girls with them. Joe, whose thing is evidently fighting, is hospitalized, but Frank finds a wallet belonging to Miller, and sets out to rescue his sweetie, Liza Jensen, who may or may not desire any rescuing.
The average rate for a mope is $50 a movie, $75 if the porno gods are feeling benevolent. So financially, mopehood is a losing proposition in an industry where just getting the HIV testing required to work costs $135.
“They’re worthless, D-list load-droppers,” says Jim Lane, also known as Jim Powers, the director of such fare as Young and Anal 39, Ganged and Banged and White Trash Whore 40.
Parents are going to ludicrous lengths to take the bumps out of life for their children. However, parental hyperconcern has the net effect of making kids more fragile; that may be why they’re breaking down in record numbers.
According to court paperwork, Trejo wrote, “Hit me up if you have a pup to play with,” and made the call for anyone who was interested in “K-9 play” on Craigslist.
Another man, 47-year-old Keith D. Kiefer of Mesa was also arrested in the online sting, but the arrests were unrelated to each other, according to Arpaio.
Arpaio said there are apparently Craigslist users who train their animals for the encounters, and that no money was offered or exchanged.
“I think they figured the dog was already trained for the activity, so they didn’t need to bring any bones to bribe the dog,” he said.
According to the court documents, Kiefer, an unemployed handyman, wrote that he was looking to try, “Beasty worship of the kinky kind” and requested pictures of the dog’s genitals, which he said he “liked very much.”
✧ Man accused of having sex with underage Detroit girl he wed in video game
A Massachusetts man remains jailed today on charges he allegedly came to the city three times last year to have sex with a 13-year-old Detroit girl he wed in an online video game.
John W. Phillips, 54, of Fitchburg, Mass., is charged with 11 felonies including sexual assault, using a computer to communicate with another person to commit a crime, accosting a child for immoral purposes and child sexually abusive activity. The maximum sentences for the charges range from four to 20 years in prison.
Wayne County Sheriff Benny Napoleon said Phillips met the girl while playing RuneScape online and that they chatted online through the game in 2010. He said Phillips unsuccessfully attempted mailing the girl a cellular telephone.
So Phillips brought her the phone in person in February 2010 and had sex with the girl at an Eastpointe motel, Napoleon said. Phillips also is accused of having sex with the girl in his van and at her home.
“The Dresden Codex leads to a giant treasure of eight tons of pure gold,” said Rittsteig, who has spent more than 40 years studying the document, to Bild.
A professor emeritus at Dresden University and author of various publications about the Maya culture, Rittsteig stressed that “page 52 talks about the Maya capital of Atlan, which was ruined by an earthquake on October 30th in the year 666 BC. In this city, they kept 2,156 gold tablets on which the Maya recorded their laws.”
The treasure sank, along with the city, into the waters of Lake Izabal, located in eastern Guatemala. But the German academic claims to have found the remains thanks to radar images taken in the area.
Rittsteig calculates that “just the gold in the tablets is estimated to be currently worth up to 211 million euros (290 million dollars).”
The store clerks told police the woman came through the door and walked right up to the counter wanting the jump the line, very angry. This happened at about 6:30 last Wednesday night. And if the people in the store were smiling about the incident a week later, as they told CBS 2’s Lou Young, at the time they were terrified.
The video shows her arguing with a clerk about 30 seconds after she walked in. A customer looks on, and Rex looks very concerned. During this heated exchange she asked to use the restroom and was told no, and that really set her off.
She’s seen on video heading to the back of the store and then clears parts of a shelf on her way out.
Both are ministers – he, a popular preacher, respected by his peers but bearing a violent past; she, a former schoolteacher with a taste for poetry. They worked at the same church at some point and, according to police, were in a relationship. It took a brutal turn Tuesday morning when, authorities and a witness say, the Rev. Edward Fairley stormed into an Eastside home and, without a word, stabbed the Rev. Simone Shields several times in the face and torso, leaving her to lie in a pool of blood on the kitchen floor.
One only has to WATCH THIS to understand. THIS IS REAL FOOTAGE, REAL PROOF of how the media can fool the population.
THIS IS A MUST SEE, A MUST DOWNLOAD AND A MUST SPREAD!!!!!!!! THIS WAS NOT A BAD COMEDY SHOW THIS WAS CNN 17 YEARS AGO Google Charles Jaco! Now, the typical idiotic reaction applied on this: “Why would they fake it? Wouldn’t be easier to make real news on real places instead of faking them?”
The number of radical right groups in America — including hate groups, “Patriot” groups and nativist groups — increased in 2010 for the second year in a row, according to a report by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
The organization’s quarterly publication, Intelligence Report, said the growth was “driven by resentment over the changing racial demographics of the country, frustration over the government’s handling of the economy, and the mainstreaming of conspiracy theories and other demonizing propaganda aimed at various minorities.”
A synthetic form of marijuana is widely used at the U.S. Naval Academy because it cannot be detected in routine drug tests, according to several former midshipmen who have been removed from campus for using or possessing the substance.
Since its introduction at the academy last year, synthetic marijuana has become popular among rank-and-file midshipmen and on the football and wrestling teams, the former midshipmen said. Some isolated corners of the historic Annapolis campus, they said, have become well-known gathering spots for smoking it.
Synthetic marijuana is an herbal potpourri sprayed with chemicals that, when smoked, produces mood-altering effects. It is illegal in at least 12 states, although not in Maryland, and is prohibited in the U.S. military, including at its service academies.
The U.S. Army yesterday announced that it has filed 22 additional charges against Bradley Manning, the Private accused of being the source for hundreds of thousands of documents (as well as this still-striking video) published over the last year by WikiLeaks. Most of the charges add little to the ones already filed, but the most serious new charge is for “aiding the enemy,” a capital offense under Article 104 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Although military prosecutors stated that they intend to seek life imprisonment rather than the death penalty for this alleged crime, the military tribunal is still empowered to sentence Manning to death if convicted.
Republicans introduced legislation to the House of Representatives and Senate on Thursday that would prevent the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) from regulating greenhouse gas emissions.
Rep Fred Upton, the chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, introduced the House version of the bill, called the Energy Tax Prevention Act. Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK) introduced the legislation to the Senate.
“The EPA’s rush to regulate greenhouse gases is nothing more than a national energy tax, and the effects will be far-reaching to businesses, consumers, and even more so to rural America,” said Rep. Frank Lucas (R-OK).
With the sad-making news last week that the Easy-Bake Oven as we know it will be going to the Great Incinerator in the Sky, we here at Salon Food started reminiscing over our own toy food memories. There were the Easy-Bake knockoff Chuck E. Cheese pizza ovens, there were the heartbreakingly dear Snoopy Sno Cones, there were the furiously lame Queasy-Bake Cookerator Dip n’ Drool Dog Bones.
A “war of the worlds” rag week hoax by aircraft engineering apprentices was treated as a real alien invasion of Britain – for a few hours at least, according to newly released Ministry of Defence files.
The army’s southern command, four police forces, bomb disposal units, RAF helicopters and the MoD’s intelligence branch were all mobilised in the early hours of Monday 4 September 1967 to meet the threat.
They went into action after the police and RAF were flooded with calls from the public reporting the discovery of six small “flying saucers” in locations in a perfect line across southern England from Sheppey to the Bristol Channel.
“Although the nightmare vision of a Terminator world controlled by machines may seem fanciful, scientists believe the boundaries for human-robot interaction must be set now ‚Äî before super-intelligent robots develop beyond our control.”
“Gnomes, monsters, devils and creatures of all shapes, sizes and expressions lurk over doorways all over town. Purely decorative in intent, they differ from gargoyles, whose purpose is to funnel water off rooves.”
“The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that police armed with a warrant can barge into homes and seize evidence even if they don’t knock, a huge government victory that was decided by President Bush’s new justices.”
“In what appears to be a case of elephants retaliating against humans, hundreds of villagers have taken refuge on boats in Bangladesh after their homes were destroyed by rampaging pachyderms, local officials said on Wednesday.”
“Privacy advocates say the practice exposes ordinary people to ever more scrutiny by authorities while skirting legal protections designed to limit the government’s collection and use of personal data.”
“Virtually none of those who complained to the Federal Communications Commission about the teen drama Without A Trace actually saw the episode in question, CBS affiliates said as they asked the agency to rescind its proposed record indecency fine of $3.3
“But can a human subsist on a constant diet of pelletized, nutritionally complete food like puppies and monkeys do? For the good of human kind, I’m about to find out. On June 3, 2006, I began my week of eating nothing but monkey chow: “a complete and bala
“I put my ring finger in Clive‚Äôs mouth and he put his ring finger in my mouth with our teeth resting right on the last joint. We looked in each other‚Äôs eyes, nodded, and bit down as hard as we could. It was a little disappointing because we couldn‚Äôt
“The Militant Graffiti Artists of Stockholm didn’t take too kindly to the cows, and kidnapped one in the name of art…or at least in the name of anti-advertising-cluttering-up-every-bit-of-downtown-street-space. They demanded that the city declare the co
AT&T is asking a federal judge to keep those documents out of court, and to order the EFF to return them to the company. Here Wired News presents Klein’s statement in its entirety, along with select pages from the AT&T documents.
“Patients say that’s the worst symptom ‚Äî strange fibers that pop out of your skin in different colors. “He’d have attacks and fibers would come out of his hands and fingers, white, black and sometimes red. Very, very painful,” said Lisa Wilson, whose so
“A GANG of anarchist Robin Hood-style thieves, who dress as superheroes and steal expensive food from exclusive restaurants and delicatessens to give to the poor, are being hunted by police in the German city of Hamburg.”
“The department distributed photographs of various items found around the bodies of 22-year-old Lindsay Cutshall and 26-year-old Jason Allen, who were each shot in the head while they slept with a .45-caliber Marlin rifle that was never found. The items i
HUNGARIAN builders who drank their way to the bottom of a huge barrel of rum while renovating a house got a nasty surprise when a pickled corpse tumbled out of the empty barrel, a police magazine website reported.
“In March 1918, a third-degree committee in Forsyth grilled Starr about Liberty Bonds and forced him to kiss the flag. “What is this thing anyway?” he asked. “Nothing but a piece of cotton with a little paint on it, and some other marks in the corner ther
When the government told a court Friday that it wanted a class-action lawsuit regarding the National Security Agency’s eavesdropping on Americans dismissed, its lawyers wielded one of the most powerful legal tools available to the executive branch — the
“…a strange phenomenon known as “musical hallucinations” which is a condition very similar to having a song stuck in one’s head; but the music is considerably more true-to-life, it is heard almost non-stop, and it is practically impossible to ignore.”
Thoughts Trigger Mental Typewriter
A computerized typewriter that translates electrical impulses from brainwave signals into letters and words could be available in the next five years.
“Some scientists surmise that loud bursts of sonar, which can be heard for miles in the water, may disorient or scare marine mammals, causing them to surface too quickly and suffer the equivalent of what divers call the bends – when sudden decompression f
“I’ve covered murders, grisly accidents, airplanes falling out of the sky and, occasionally, dirty politics. But in nearly two decades of journalism, nothing has made my insides churn like seeing what my 13-year-old daughter and her friends are up to on M
“Memo to those considering entering the exciting field of Ecstasy production: It’s probably not a good idea to set up your illicit drug lab via purchases on eBay, which apparently is being closely monitored by nosy Drug Enforcement Administration agents.”
Airbus has been quietly pitching the standing-room-only option to Asian carriers, though none has agreed to it yet. Passengers in the standing section would be propped against a padded backboard, held in place with a harness, according to experts who have
“The White House made this anti-drug music video in 1980s. Starring New Edition, LaToya Jackson, Whitney Houston, Nancy Reagan, David Hasselhoff, Tootie from Facts of Life, Herb Alpert, Casey Kasem and Boogaloo Shrimp from the Breakin’ franchise!” Thnx S
Decapitated heads of police officials found in Acapulco
The heads of Acapulco Preventive Police Commander Mario Nunez Magana and Preventive Police Officer Jesus Alberto Ibarra were accompanied by a red sign with black lettering that warned, “So that you learn to respect.”
“A 55-year-old man presented with intermittent, crampy pain in the right lower quadrant of the abdomen. A colonoscopy was ordered and revealed multiple mobile 1-cm worms, Enterobius vermicularis, in the cecum.”
“Paige was making a “drug education presentation” in April 2004 to a Florida youth group when his firearm (a Glock .40) accidentally discharged. The shooting occurred moments after Paige told the children that he was the only person in the room profession
Plainfield property where killer Ed Gein lived is up for auction on eBay
“This is the land where Ed Gein lived. Wisconsin’s most famous murderer, until Jeffrey Dahmer, was arrested on this land in November 1957. Inside the ramshackle farmhouse – which burned down shortly before the property was auctioned the following March –
“Troy Lee Mosby placed his signature “Syrup” tag on the walls, beds, tables, locker and mirrors of six cell blocks at the Milwaukee County House of Correction, according to a criminal complaint filed Thursday.”
“The Ryugyong Hotel is, in my opinion, the single most unsettling structure ever erected by the hand of man. It‚Äôs 1,082 feet tall, has 105 floors, and encloses 3.9 million square feet of floor space. And it is completely empty. It doesn‚Äôt even have wi
“AT&T provided National Security Agency eavesdroppers with full access to its customers’ phone calls, and shunted its customers’ internet traffic to data-mining equipment installed in a secret room in its San Francisco switching center, according to a for
‘Star Wars Kid’ cuts a deal with his tormentors
“…one of the world’s first and most-publicized cases of cyber-bullying.”
Booze stunts stem and leaves, but doesn’t affect blossoms, study finds
Man held as terrorism suspect over punk song
The taxi driver had become worried on the way to the airport because Mann had been singing along to The Clash’s 1979 anthem “London Calling,” which features the lyrics “Now war is declared — and battle come down” while other lines warn of a “meltdown exp
“For the first two years his use was an average of five pills per weekend. Gradually this escalated until he was taking around three and a half pills a day. At the peak, the man was taking an estimated 25 pills every day for four years.”
“The Portage County Hazardous Materials Unit and Bomb Detection Unit were called in to downtown Ravenna on Friday morning after seventeen suspicious packages — boxes wrapped in gold wrapping paper with question marks spray painted on them — had alarmed
“The line between living organisms and machines has just become a whole lot blurrier. European researchers have developed “neuro-chips” in which living brain cells and silicon circuits are coupled together.”
The PimpStar is a huge leap forward in the evolution of the wheel. With the PimpStar’s built-in full color LED lights, microprocessor and wireless modem, you can display virtually any image, including text, graphics, logos, and even digital photos!
“I GOT RABIES SHOTS FOR BITING THE HEAD OFF A BAT, BUT THAT’S OKAY…THE BAT HAD TO GET OZZY SHOTS.”
“I was standing in the second row while Ozzy was prancing from one side of the stage to the other, clapping his hands above his head to the beat of the music, trying to get the audience to join in and do the same, while the bat was hanging out of his mouth. Ozzy passed in front of me and noticed that I was the only one NOT complying to his request to clap with my hands above my head. He stopped in front of me, removed the bat from his mouth, pointed directly at me and said, ‘Clap your f***ing hands or I will curse you!‘ I smiled, and Ozzy threw the bat at me. The bat hit me square in the chest, though at that particular moment, I did not know that it was a bat. I caught it as it bounced off my chest. It was slimy and the ribs of the wings jabbed at my fingers. I dropped the sticky, spiny thing into my coat pocket and proceeded to enjoy the rest of the show.”
“After signing his first solo career record deal he came in to meet some of the people who worked at the record company. His plan was to release doves into the air as a sign of peace; instead,he grabbed a dove, bit its head off, then spat the head out. Then, with blood still dripping from his lips, a security guard came to remove him. Despite its controversy, this act has been parodied and alluded to several times throughout his career and is part of what made Ozzy Osbourne famous. He gained further notoriety on 20 January 1982, when he bit the head off a bat he thought was rubber while performing at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Des Moines, Iowa.“