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    I'll admit he'd need a bag over his head, but it's not like that's what matters.
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    Go back to liking Clooney or something. Seriously, you are lowering your standards far to much.

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    Woodstock police are investigating after two young girls reported a man exposed himself to them near the movie theater.

    Police said a 14-year-old girl and a 12-year-old girl were walking near the Cherokee 16 Cinemas around 5 p.m. Sunday when a man emerged from behind a section of shrubbery on the southwest corner of the movie theater and exposed himself to them.

    “Allegedly, the man appeared in a complete state of nudity, grabbed his private member and shook it at the girls,” said Sgt. Paul A. Brown of the Woodstock Police Department.

    The girls walked away and called 911 from their cell phone.

    Officers conducted a search of the immediate area within minutes of the call but the suspect was not located, police said.

    Police said the girls described the man as a white male, 18-20 years old with a military-style short haircut.

    “The two girls reacted appropriately by continuing to walk away and notifying police and their parents immediately,” said Brown.
    I like the phrase "private member."
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    http://www.11alive.com/sports/story....140390&catid=5

    I'd really like to know why some teens who get football scholarships are newsworthy. They don't do this for academic scholarships, or even for any other sports.
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    ...More than half of those of both sexes questioned said there were some circumstances when a rape victim should accept responsibility for an attack.

    The study found that women were less forgiving of the victim than men.

    Some 71% of women thought a person should accept responsibility when getting into bed with someone, compared with 57% of men...
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/8515592.stm
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    That's messed up, even if it's just 1,000 people polled. Their legal system seems to reflect the messed-up-Ness.

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    Ok. now that messed with my groove!
    I don't have a problem with authority....I just don't like being told what to do!Remember, the toes you step on today may be attached to the ass you have to kiss tomorrow!RIP Fluffy! 01-07-09 I'm so sorry Fluffster! People who don't like cats were probably mice in an earlier life! My mind not only wanders, sometimes it leaves completely!The nice part about living in a small town: When you don't know what you're doing, someone else always does!
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    ITV fined over I'm A Celebrity... jungle rat killing

    ITV has been fined 3,000 Australian dollars (£1,672) after contestants on its show, I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!, killed and ate a rat.

    The fine, for animal cruelty, was issued by the RSPCA in Australia, where the show was filmed last year.

    "The animal was killed for a TV show, that's not appropriate," said RSPCA chief inspector David O'Shannessy.

    A spokesman for ITV said: "ITV has apologised for the mistake which led to this incident."

    Rice and beans

    He continued: "The production was unaware that killing a rat could be an offence, criminal or otherwise in New South Wales, and accepts that further inquiries should have been made.

    "This was an oversight and we have since thoroughly reviewed our procedures and are putting in place a comprehensive training programme to ensure that this does not happen in future series."

    I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! winner Gino D'Acampo killed the rat while in the jungle camp last year.

    The Italian chef and actor Stuart Manning ate it after they were "exiled" and reduced to rations of rice and beans.

    ITV also had to pay $2,576 Australian dollars (£1,435) in costs.
    Rats in the jungle. Why don't they let them live their lives?
    It reminds me some politicians who do not let people live their lives.

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    Lol! Altho I think eating rats is a disgusting thing, I can't see that there was any reason to get upset about this!
    I don't have a problem with authority....I just don't like being told what to do!Remember, the toes you step on today may be attached to the ass you have to kiss tomorrow!RIP Fluffy! 01-07-09 I'm so sorry Fluffster! People who don't like cats were probably mice in an earlier life! My mind not only wanders, sometimes it leaves completely!The nice part about living in a small town: When you don't know what you're doing, someone else always does!
    Atari bullshit refugee!!

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    We're stuck in a bloody snowglobe.

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    ROME - Italian state TV has suspended a cooking show host who shocked the nation by saying cat stew is a Tuscan delicacy he swears he has enjoyed many times.

    RAI TV confirmed on Wednesday that it had suspended Beppe Bigazzi, the 77-year-old host of a popular morning program that offers food tips and recipes in a country fiercely proud of its cuisine.

    When his 27-year-old female co-host looked stunned as Bigazzi said he has eaten cat stew "many times," the white-haired, grandfather figure defended his tastes.
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    I don't understand a word they're saying, but the cohost's reaction was amusing anyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldmunchkin View Post
    Lol! Altho I think eating rats is a disgusting thing, I can't see that there was any reason to get upset about this!
    To be fair, the once sensible RSPCA is now run by militant vegan wannabe's with delusions of relevance.
    Such is Life...

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    Quote Originally Posted by termite View Post
    To be fair, the once sensible RSPCA is now run by militant vegan wannabe's with delusions of relevance.
    Kind of like PETA!
    I don't have a problem with authority....I just don't like being told what to do!Remember, the toes you step on today may be attached to the ass you have to kiss tomorrow!RIP Fluffy! 01-07-09 I'm so sorry Fluffster! People who don't like cats were probably mice in an earlier life! My mind not only wanders, sometimes it leaves completely!The nice part about living in a small town: When you don't know what you're doing, someone else always does!
    Atari bullshit refugee!!

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    A 52-year-old Louisiana woman has pleaded guilty to two counts of sale of a minor for trading two children to a couple in exchange for an exotic pet bird and $175.

    Donna Louise Greenwell received 15 months of hard labor on each count on Monday, which she will serve concurrently.

    The Evangeline Parish Clerk of Court's Office tells The Advocate newspaper that Greenwell will begin serving her sentence March 25.

    The couple, Paul James Romero and Brandy Lynn Romero, each pleaded guilty to the same charges in October.

    Greenwell was accused of selling the couple a 4-year-old girl and 5-year-old boy in return for the cash and a cockatoo. Both children were in Greenwell's care after their biological parents had left them with her.
    A bird?
    We're stuck in a bloody snowglobe.

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    At least they weren't her kids, and some of those birds are ass expensive.

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    (CNN) -- The diabetes drug Avandia is linked with tens of thousands of heart attacks, and drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline knew of the risks for years but worked to keep them from the public, according to a Senate committee report released Saturday.
    The 334-page report by the Senate Finance Committee also criticized the Food and Drug Administration, saying that the federal agency that regulates food, tobacco and medications overlooked or overrode safety concerns found by its staff.
    Whoops!
    In the future, the Berlin wall will be a mile high, and made of steel. You too will be made to crawl, to lick children's blood from jackboots. There will be no creativity, only productivity. Instead of love there will be fear and distrust, instead of surrender there will be submission. Contact will be replaced with isolation, and joy with shame. Hope will cease to exist as a concept. The Earth will be covered with steel and concrete. There will be an electronic policeman in every head. Your children will be born in chains, live only to serve, and die in anguish and ignorance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nessus View Post
    Whoops!
    Chantix - A drug to help users quit smoking by mimicking nicotine. Most Notable Side Effect In My Opinion (MNSEIMO): Vivid and easily re-callable strange/unsettling dreams.

    Ambien - A drug to help people sleep. MNSEIMO: Sleep anything. Sleep walking, sleep eating, sleep raping, sleep sex, sleep driving your car a few dozen miles and murdering someone, sleep dear all that is holy where did all this blood come from, where are my pants, and why am I in the back of a minivan with a very happy looking German shepherd and half a hooker.

    Alli - A drug to help people lose weight by blocking a portion of protein absorption. MNSEIMO: Well, the protein that gets blocked has to go somewhere. I'll give you a few hints, they suggest not eating too much of it, making sure that you have a bathroom readily available and quickly accessible, and that if you get the urge to go, don't ignore it.

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    COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina would cease state health insurance payments for abortions for victims of rape or incest under a measure approved Monday by a House budget panel.

    State Rep. Rex Rice, an Easley Republican, said his proposal was more about philosophy than saving the state money in a tough budget year.

    “This is basically saying that we cannot afford to fund any abortions in the state health plan,” Rice said as he introduced the measure. He was pressed for how much that would save as legislators scrambled to come up with cash to balance the budget.

    “I don’t have any idea,” Rice said. But “I don’t think we ought to be funding any abortions.”

    State law now provides exceptions for rape, incest and to protect the health of a mother. But that would end, at least for a year, if Rice’s measure became part of the state’s budget law.

    It left Democrats on the panel stunned.

    House Minority Leader Harry Ott said if his wife’s doctor told her she’d have to have an abortion or die, “you would not want my health insurance to do what my doctor said was needed in order to save my wife’s life?”

    “I don’t believe we ought to be funding abortions with the state health plan,” Rice responded.

    The amendment was adopted with a voice vote but its fate is far from certain in the weeks ahead that will shape the budget in the House and Senate.

    “That’s going to start a fight,” state Rep. Joe Neal of Hopkins said after the meeting.

    Neal noted Rice’s bid for a U.S. House seat.

    “This is more about politics than what’s best for the people,” Neal said. “You’re saying a woman must die if she can’t afford to pay for it. ... I just think that’s too extreme.”
    Apparently, women's lives are the new price of the fundie vote is in this state.

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    A bad song from a bad album.

    Add one to my list of DJs who dont know shit about music...
    "Son," he said without preamble, "never trust a man who doesn't drink, because he's probably a self-righteous sort, a man who thinks he knows right from wrong all the time. Some of them are good men, but in the name of goodness, they cause most of the suffering in the world. They're the judges, the meddlers. And, son, never trust a man who drinks but refuses to get drunk. They're usually afraid of something deep down inside, either that they're a coward or a fool or mean and violent. You can't trust a man who's afraid of himself. But sometimes, son, you can trust a man who occasionally kneels before a toilet. The chances are that he is learning something about humility and his natural human foolishness, about how to survive himself. It's damned hard for a man to take himself too seriously when he's heaving his guts into a dirty toilet bowl.

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    David M. Crane, the former U.N. prosecutor for the Special Court in Sierra Leone, and his chief investigator, Alan W. White, were once on the front lines of the international effort to hold war criminals accountable for their misdeeds, securing an indictment in 2003 against the former Liberian warlord and president Charles Taylor.

    The two American war-crimes specialists, who now run a consulting firm called CW Group International, LLC, recently used their expertise on behalf of the government of Guinea's former military leader, Moussa Dadis Camara (above left), who stands accused by a U.N. commission of inquiry of responsibility for the Sept. 28, 2009, murder and disappearances of more than 156 civilian protesters in the country's national soccer stadium.

    CW Group signed an agreement with Guinea's military junta on Oct. 15, three weeks after the massacre, to "conduct a confidential investigation into recent allegations of shootings and sexual assaults, including gang rapes, that occurred on September 28, at the national stadium." The findings of the investigation were first published early this week by the newsletter Africa Confidential, but Turtle Bay has independently obtained a copy of the secret report and secured the first interviews with Crane and White.

    The report confirms that an elite Guinean presidential guard -- known by their red berets -- opened fire on opposition demonstrators at the national soccer stadium, and sexually assaulted women inside and outside of the stadium. But the death toll -- 59 -- and the scale of the violence described by Crane and White, is lower than that described by international human rights investigators. The report also downplays the role of the Guinean leadership in the killings or the abduction of scores of civilians and makes no mention of a coverup of the crimes, which has been claimed by the U.N. commission and Human Rights Watch. "Simply stated it appears from the facts extant that a crime against humanity was not committed by government forces on September 28th," the report states.

    On the contrary, CW cites the efforts of key military commanders to defuse the standoff and to protect the opposition leaders who had gathered in the national stadium to protest Camara's effort to run for president in 2010. CW places some of its greatest emphasis on criticizing the country's opposition movement, Le Forum Des Forces Vives, for carrying out its demonstration in defiance of President Camara's wishes...
    http://turtlebay.foreignpolicy.com/p...vorable_report
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    Loki's WTFing about that article made me go WTF.
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    After days of controversy over a white group's win in a step competition, sponsor Coca-Cola says the second-place team will share top honors.

    Coca-Cola said in a statement Thursday that a review of the scoring from Saturday's national contest revealed a "scoring discrepancy" that it declined to explain. This is the first year of the Sprite Step Off competition, but step contests are typically dominated by black sororities.

    Step is a historically black art form of rhythmic stepping and clapping. A YouTube video of the winning performance by a group of white Zeta Tau Alphas from the University of Arkansas generated hundreds of comments, some of them inflammatory.

    Coca-Cola said Thursday the Alpha Kappa Alpha team from Indiana University, whose members are black, would share first place.
    Comments are funnnnnny!

    The j00-tube ones are, too.
    Last edited by littlelolligagged; 02-26-2010 at 01:12 PM.
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    That sucks.

    Likey hugely sucks.

    If a white team achieve a higher result than a black team, confounding expectation, good for them.

    It is then up to the black teams to up their performance if they want to win. It is not up to the fucking organisers/judges to bastardise the result and injustly award a black team when they don't deserve it.
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    lolli, you circumsized your youtube link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBC
    Angry Ryanair passenger eats his winning scratchcard

    A Ryanair passenger who became enraged when he was told he could not claim a scratchcard prize on his flight ate his winning ticket.

    The man was flying from Poland to the East Midlands on a Ryanair flight when he won 10,000 euros (£8,765) on a scratchcard he had purchased on board.
    Ryanair confirmed he ate his ticket on 26 February after cabin staff refused to pay him the winnings immediately.

    The airline said it could not reveal the winner's identity.

    Ryanair spokesman Stephen McNamara said the cabin crew and some passengers urged the man not to eat the ticket, but he stood up and ate it anyway.
    He said it appears the passenger acted out of frustration and anger.

    Mr McNamara explained that all winners must be verified before the cash prizes are handed out.
    He said the airline crew did not have the cash "kicking around the aircraft" and in any case the prize had to be collected directly from the scratchcard company.
    "In the last two years Ryanair's scratchcards have given away 10 cars, more than €300,000 in cash prizes and more than 100,000 flight vouchers," he said.

    Since the prize will now go unclaimed, the money will be donated to charity, he added.
    The winning charity will be chosen from a list of five charities in a web vote.
    What. A. Fucking. Tool.
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    A Russian chimpanzee has been sent to rehab by zookeepers to cure the smoking and beer-drinking habits he has picked up, a popular daily reported on Friday.

    An ex-performer, Zhora became aggressive at his circus and was transferred to a zoo in the southern Russian city of Rostov, where he fathered several baby chimps, learned to draw with markers and picked up his two vices.

    "The beer and cigarettes were ruining him. He would pester passers-by for booze," the Komsomolskaya Pravda paper said.
    Story continues below ↓advertisement | your ad here

    It added he has now been transferred to the city of Kazan, about 500 miles east of Moscow, for rehabilitation treatment.
    Weird.
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    I don't think you understand how prevalent drinking and smoking are in Rushki-land
    In the future, the Berlin wall will be a mile high, and made of steel. You too will be made to crawl, to lick children's blood from jackboots. There will be no creativity, only productivity. Instead of love there will be fear and distrust, instead of surrender there will be submission. Contact will be replaced with isolation, and joy with shame. Hope will cease to exist as a concept. The Earth will be covered with steel and concrete. There will be an electronic policeman in every head. Your children will be born in chains, live only to serve, and die in anguish and ignorance.
    The universe we observe has precisely the properties we should expect if there is, at bottom, no design, no purpose, no evil, no good, nothing but blind, pitiless indifference.

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    I find it odd that people are able to reach the chimp in the zoo to give him a drink and a smoke.
    We're stuck in a bloody snowglobe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlelolligagged View Post
    I find it odd that people are able to reach the chimp in the zoo to give him a drink and a smoke.
    When the stars threw down their spears
    And watered heaven with their tears:
    Did he smile his work to see?
    Did he who made the lamb make thee?

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