Conjured by @SeMeNSPeRmS on December 18, 2018
Miles Davis Live in Stadthalle, Vienna, September 3, 1973
2. Tune in
4. Right Off
6. Calypso Frelimo
Guitar (Electric), Percussion
Composer, Primary Artist, Trumpet
Flute, Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor)
Conjured by @SeMeNSPeRmS on November 27, 2018
Who told you those frayed bottom high water jeans look good?! #BonerKillingPants #FashionVictim #CueDuelingBanjos
Happy 75th Birthday LSD!
Meet the Grand Master of Meth, Dennis Morrow
“Every homeless person has like three scooters now. They take the brains out, the logos off and they literally hotwire it.” https://t.co/utLc2qMTzY
A Florida Man Faces Prison for Making Gold Grills Without a License
Black rapper’s ‘hang white people’ video triggers meltdown in France
Young Thug Plays Basketball While Wearing in a Skirt
all the drugs
Puppy Cuteness Is Perfectly Timed to Manipulate Humans
What the hell?!
RIP Playboy Maurizio Zanfanti, 63, who slept with 6,000 women dies having sex with 23-year-old tourist Fabio meets David Lee Roth lookin’ motherfucker https://t.co/rFtj4ASL3C
That new facebook friend? Could be an undercover cop…
Art experts say iconic Banksy painting Girl with Balloon that shredded is now worth DOUBLE
‘Cannibal wife’ suspected of eating up to 30 people 😋🍴
LaCroix lawsuit claims sparkling water includes cockroach insecticide https://t.co/vrlJHgI42p
Minnesota Residents Call Police On Rowdy Drunk Birds
Paul McCartney Smoked the Strongest Weed of His Life With Fela Kuti
Instagram has a drug problem. Its algorithms make it worse #oxy #percocet #painkillers #painpills #oxycontin… https://t.co/75uGpiGK91
Defcon Voting Village report shows that hacking voting machines takes less time than voting
Daft Punk and The Weeknd are being sued for alleged plagiarism on Starboy
Anti ‘manspreading’ campaign on Russian trains sees female law student spray BLEACH onto crotches of offenders
UPDATE: It’s Russian Anti-Feminist Propaganda
Distracted Boyfriend meme is sexist, rules Swedish ad watchdog
“Satanic Cult Awareness” Training Guide (1988) from the archives of the U.S. Department of Justice
I’ve always said that ‘Street Art is the tool of the gentrifier’, now I have a new term for it: ‘Artwashing’
Chinatown Locals ‘Erase the Hate’ of Insensitive Gate Murals
Miles Davis’ yellow Ferrari is up for sale on eBay
Vaping While Black in NYC Gets You a Night in Jail
“‘THC oil’ is classified as a controlled substance in NY law. So… https://t.co/FnigEPiLFB
Models With Three Breasts Walk the Runway at Milan Fashion Week
Authorities Warn About Pedophiles Using Fortnite To Groom Children https://t.co/euZA0j2DAW
Evolution of Lil Wayne’s BALD Dreadlocks (2002 – 2017) feat. Moldy Braidlocks
Young Dolph Brags That He “Got Some Head When I Was Six” on new song https://t.co/hzckdll8GS
Huge marijuana bundles are washing up on Florida beaches after hurricane Florence, and swimmers are fighting over them https://t.co/kbAhtPvE1M
David Lee Roth and Ozzy Osbourne’s insane ‘cocaine challenge’ of 1978
Inspired by ‘They Live,’ these glasses block screens
America’s Most Drunkest
Man who posed as a housewife pleads guilty to making secret sex tapes with 150 men
Beyoncé’s Former Drummer Claims Singer Molested Her with ‘Dark Magic’ ‘Extreme Witchcraft’
‘Pimples are in’
‘Urban Struggle’: Classic documentary on Black Flag and the Orange County punk scene
Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on October 12, 2018
Slaves To Microbes
Our Menagerie Of Germs Is Influencing Our Behavior
Sex-Crazed Narcissist Pretends He’s an Artist
Shoecam Used To Film Store “Upskirts”
Florida man with hole, iPod in shoe filmed woman at Walmart
How Black Pepper relieves Cannabis Anxiety
This Anti-Drug PSA Might Actually Encourage Kids To Take Drugs
Man Set New Wife On Fire For Sleeping With Ex-Lover On Wedding Night
Hotel threatens guests over ‘logging’ craze no one even knew about (deliberately pooing in the pool)
Human Excrement Smeared on Police Cars in Greenwich Village
Nude Bank Robbery Suspect Spits On Police
Graffiti-Art Exhibit Is Artless to Police Commissioner Bratton
A Man Allegedly Posed As A Security Screener And Patted Down Women At San Francisco Airport
Uncle Lou’s Scrapbook: Polaroids of Classic Porn Stars
Cop Treated Sid Vicious Like A Regular Punk
Death By Selfie: Man Shoots Self In Head While Posing For Facebook Pic
The Healing Power of Cat’s Purrs
Guy Claims He Has Tamed a Japanese Giant Wasp, Keeps It on a Leash
Oklahoma Catholic bishop sues over planned black mass
The Strange & Curious Tale of the Last True Hermit
Miles Davis And John Lennon Suck At Basketball (1971)
Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on August 25, 2014
The operator of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant says it lost control of an unmanned helicopter during a flight near the No. 2 reactor building, forcing the controller to make an emergency landing on a roof there.
Tokyo Electric Power Company says the remote-controlled light helicopter took off from an observatory south of the Fukushima plant just past 6:30 AM on Friday. Its mission was to collect airborne radioactive substances around the No. 2 reactor building.
The utility says its engine failed about 30 minutes later, making it impossible for the aircraft to ascend.
The helicopter — 50 centimeters long and weighing 8 kilograms — was found lying on its side on the rooftop.
Philip Fursman has been buying plain models from a UK company, painting them and then selling them on the eBay website for a number of years for a small profit.
But Mr Fursman from Card, Somerset, fell foul of the site’s policies when he tried to sell a model of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.
However, similar models of Osama bin Laden used in war games are allowed.
The 37 year-old father-of-three said he was surprised by the policy because he had recently sold miniature figures of Osama bin Laden and the Taliban on eBay without any problem.
When art copies art
The Flavour of Tears is established as a bona fide original, but René Magritte and his fellow Surrealists were no strangers to the dark arts of forgery. Magritte made a living during the Nazi occupation of Belgium by forging Picassos and Renoirs. Fellow artist Marcel Mariën would sell them on to private collectors.
The Surrealist movement explores the tension of the real and the unreal, and Magritte may well have seen his forgeries as part that conflict. Playing a joke on the aficionados, he hung his forgery of Max Ernst’s The Forest in place of the original in 1943.
Fellow Surrealist Giorgio de Chirico, in his later years, produced what he called “self-forgeries” of his earlier, more popular style. He would backdate them to fool the critics; ironic revenge for their attacks on his later works.
The name krokodil comes from its trademark side effect: scaly green skin like a crocodile around the injection site. TIME calls it “the dirty cousin of morphine,” because it’s three times cheaper than heroin and very easy to make, being that its main ingredient is codeine, a behind-the-counter drug that has sent many of America’s famous rap community to prison.
The medical name of krokodil is desomorphine. A quick search for that will bring up graphic images of people with swollen faces, exposed bones and muscles and skin rotting off on any given body part.
The reason the drug is so anatomically destructive is due to its mix-ins. Users stir in ingredients “including gasoline, paint thiner, hydrochloric acid, iodine and red phosphorus which they scrape from the striking pads on matchboxes,” reports TIME.
The Federal Communications Commission adopted new rules Thursday that increase the penalties for faking caller ID information in order to commit fraud or harm consumers.
The practice, known as caller ID “spoofing,” can still be used for legal purposes such as safeguarding the privacy of individuals. But the commission argues spoofing is increasingly used for malicious purposes such as identity theft or placing false emergency calls to police.
“Far too often, though, fake caller IDs are used by bad actors to get money from consumers, steal consumers’ identities, or stalk or harass,” said Joel Gurin and Sharon Gillett, the chiefs of the FCC’s Consumer and Wireline bureaus, respectively, in a statement.
The “limited kinetic action” in Libya has been one of the most misrepresented, selectively covered, and tragic imperialistic NATO adventures in recent history. We are presented a picture of a madman, frothing at the mouth, slaughtering civilians whenever possible. We are shown a Libya that is united against Qaddafi, with a population that wants NATO to save them and help depose the evil Qaddafi. But is this true?
In fact, this is only a very small part of a large, complex picture. However, the Western media refuses to show their audience the entire reality while they are in fact there in Libya, able to fully appreciate the events. This just goes to show the strict gatekeeper aspect of Western mainstream media in which only certain things get covered and a very select few become major stories.
In Sept. 1859, on the eve of a below-average1 solar cycle, the sun unleashed one of the most powerful storms in centuries. The underlying flare was so unusual, researchers still aren’t sure how to categorize it. The blast peppered Earth with the most energetic protons in half-a-millennium, induced electrical currents that set telegraph offices on fire, and sparked Northern Lights over Cuba and Hawaii.
This week, officials have gathered at the National Press Club in Washington DC to ask themselves a simple question: What if it happens again?
“A similar storm today might knock us for a loop,” says Lika Guhathakurta, a solar physicist at NASA headquarters. “Modern society depends on high-tech systems such as smart power grids, GPS, and satellite communications–all of which are vulnerable to solar storms.”
The International Bottled Water Association on Wednesday took on what it described as a “a myth repeated by some anti-bottled water activists that bottled water which comes from municipal water sources is just tap water in a bottle.”
At least one group opposed to bottled water, however, shrugged at the public-relations gambit, suggesting that no matter how much processing is involved, bottled water is, on its face, an unnecessary product.
Remember Kind of Bloop, the chiptune tribute to Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue that I produced? I went out of my way to make sure the entire project was above board, licensing all the cover songs from Miles Davis’s publisher and giving the total profits from the Kickstarter fundraiser to the five musicians that participated.
But there was one thing I never thought would be an issue: the cover art.
Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on June 24, 2011
Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on March 4, 2010