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`Ultimate form of hypocrisy. Stomping on something that resembles freedom of speech, while being protected under that freedom of speech to do such.
He invalidated his point pretty quickly, without any need to legislate against it.`
What an idiot
`A great video...worth the view...
"Wildlife finds a way to thrive in the aftermath of the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident."
`Made me seriously think how plant life will take back everything after TEOTWAWKI.....
As a stereotype of the fairer sex, it’s right up there with their supposed inability to change a plug or assemble flatpack furniture.
But official proof has now emerged that appears to settle one long-running skirmish in the battle of the sexes – women really cannot park the car.
New data reveals that women drivers are most likely to fail their driving tests for parking or reversing faults, while men are more guilty of driving recklessly or ignoring mirrors and road signs.
But the greatest gender disparities emerged when drivers were asked to park. When tasked with every learner’s nightmare, reverse parking, there were twice as many faults committed by females as by males.
While the latter committed 1,652 errors by failing to control their car during the manoeuvre, the figure rose sharply to 3,367 among women.
RAC spokesman Pete Williams said yesterday: ‘The debate about who makes the better drivers, men or women, is almost as old as the motor car itself.
Mayor Ernest Troiano Jr. thinks he's found a way to put one of this Jersey shore resort town's problems behind it. Wildwood is ready to ban overly saggy pants, no ifs, ands or butts.
The city is set to pass a law Wednesday regulating how people dress on its boardwalk. It bans going shirtless, as well as walking on the boardwalk with bare feet.
But the provision that has gained widespread attention is a prohibition on pants that sag more than 3 inches below the hips, exposing either skin or underwear. Troiano said Wildwood has been inundated with complaints from tourists upon whose money the popular beach town depends for its survival.
"When you have good families who call you up and say, `I've been coming here 20 years, 30 years, 40 years and I'm not going to any longer because I'm not going to subject my children or my parents or grandparents to seeing some kid walk down the boardwalk with their butt hanging out,' you have to do something," he said. "I'm not one of the Fruit of the Loom underwear inspectors; I'm not one of the grapes. I don't want to see it."
Posted by danielT (#6) 11 days ago (http://www.france24.com)
FTA " AFP - Russia's Valentina Tereshkova, the first woman to go to space, said on Friday she was ready to score another coup and fly to Mars, even if it would be just a one-way trip. "
That's all fine with me but I have a few other old ladies I'd like her to take along for the ride. It'd be nice. They could while away the time knitting and playing canasta or something.
FTA " Strolling with her new husband in the sunshine, Muslim convert Lauren Booth looks as happy as you’d expect any newlywed to be.
Her broad smile, however, betrays a controversy which has seen her branded a home-wrecker.
The 45-year-old, who is Cherie Blair’s half-sister, married Sohale Ahmed, 49, in a Muslim ceremony earlier this year. "
Posted by psygremlin (#22) 15 days ago (http://www.telegraph.co.uk)
A Spanish town has come up with an ingenious way to keep its streets clean of dog mess – by sending the offending deposits back to the owners in an official box marked 'Lost Property'.
The council of Brunete, a small town some 20 miles west of Madrid, launched the campaign to crack down on irresponsible dog owners.
During the course of a week a team of twenty volunteers patrolled the town's streets on the lookout for dog owners who failed to scoop. They then approached the guilty owner and struck up a casual conversation to discover the name of the dog.
"With the name of the dog and the breed it was possible to identify the owner from the registered pet database held in the town hall," explained a spokesman from the council.
The volunteers then scooped up the excrement and packaged it in a box branded with town hall insignia and marked 'Lost Property' and delivered by courier to the pet owners home.
Antler? He barely even knew her!
A seemingly lonely (and confused) bull moose in Grand Lake, Colo., has been snapped in some compromising positions -- with a moose statue.
The poor guy mounts his bronze counterpart each morning, according to 9 News.
The statue's owners, Randy and Pam, told the station that their new fixture has garnered the attention of neighbors, visitors, and even tour busses, since the real bull moose began its visits to their front yard last week.
Posted by Mortis (#2) 14 days ago (http://www.youtube.com)
Sit Back for 9:47...Watch and Listen...
Published on Jun 1, 2013
Hon. Paul Hellyer - Minister of National Defense
Testified knowing of 4 Alien races actively visiting Earth.
Monsignor Corrado Balducci
Vatican theologian-Interview on Italian television
"We can no longer think... is it true? Is it not true? Are they truths or are they lies--if we believe or if we don't believe--no! There are already numerous considerations which make the existence of these beings [extraterrestrials] into a certainty we cannot doubt."
Former Special Assistant to the Executive Director of the CIA Victor Marchetti: How the CIA Views the UFO Phenomenon, Second Look, Vol. 1, No. 7, Washington, D.C. (5/1979) -- "We have, indeed, been contacted -- perhaps even visited -- by extraterrestrial beings, and the US government, in collusion with the other national powers of the Earth, is determined to keep this information from the general public."
Deputy Chief of the Royal Belgian Air Force Major-General Wilfred de Brouwer: "Postface" in SOBEPS' Vague d'OVNI sur la Belgique - Un Dossier Exceptionnel, Brussels: SOBEPS (1991) -- "In any case, the Air Force has arrived to the conclusion that a certain number of anomalous phenomena has been produced within Belgian airspace. The numerous testimonies of ground observations compiled in this [SOBEPS] book, reinforced by the reports of the night of March 30-31 , have led us to face the hypothesis that a certain number of unauthorized aerial activities have taken place. Until now, not a single trace of aggressiveness has been signaled; military or civilian air traffic has not been perturbed nor threatened. We can therefore advance that the presumed activities do not constitute a direct menace."
"The day will come undoubtedly when the phenomenon will be observed with technological means of detection and collection that