Sunday, February 28, 2010

Oh COME ON!



Sinister indeed.....if there is an issue, why can't ANYONE wear skirts?????


"The fanaticism of the Left was recently exposed in guidance issued by the Equality and Human Rights Commission for public bodies on how to treat transgender people, including transvestites and those undergoing a change of sex.

In one startling passage in this 68-page document, the Commission warned it may be illegal for any school to require girls to wear skirts as part of their uniform, since this could discriminate against transsexual pupils.

Such an edict would be laughable were it not so indicative of the disturbing mindset of the equality bureaucrats who wield such control over our lives."


Saturday, February 27, 2010

Violence...is it right for you?


Violence

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Ask your doctor if Violence is right for you. If your doctor does not think violence is right for you, chillingly ask him whether he enjoys being able to walk and see if he reconsiders. Look for our ad in Golf Digest!

Well, THIS is thought provoking......


Liberalism, atheism, male sexual exclusivity linked to IQ


I like this part:


Religion, the current theory goes, did not help people survive or reproduce necessarily, but goes along the lines of helping people to be paranoid, Kanazawa said. Assuming that, for example, a noise in the distance is a signal of a threat helped early humans to prepare in case of danger.

"It helps life to be paranoid, and because humans are paranoid, they become more religious, and they see the hands of God everywhere," Kanazawa said.

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

I'll meet that and raise you......


"Cong of the Dead"!


Check out.....THIS! The International G I Joe Fest for Stop Motion Animation.

Viva the 'Nam

It's a film title and just a little something that would never have crossed my radar without "The National Post" feed.

Viva the 'Nam is a full length action flick that follows US Army recruits from basic to the jungles and streets of 'Nam. It was 10 years in the making by University of Texas film school graduates Paul Hanley and Kieran Healy and just released in January to a small but appreciative crowd at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Austin, Tex.

Based on the YouTube clips of this film, it has all the standard components of the traditional war movies, lots of name calling by the Senior Drill Instruction, lots of gratuitous violence, gun porn, then more blood, guts and gore for good measure. The difference is that this entire film was created in a single car garage with a salvaged 16mm camera, well researched details for costuming, munitions, staging, and sets to maintain period authenticity and finally it required lots and lots and lots (we can't stress the lots part enough)of GI Joe action figures. Yes, entirely stop-motion work, entirely brilliant.

Hats off to the creators Hanley and Healy for 10 years of dedication. Here's the trailer for it. Now I want to see the entire thing.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Book Titles

Since the book on coffee was so intriguing, here are some titles up for the Diagram Prize in Britain like Collectible Spoons of the Third Reich and Governing Lethal Behavior in Autonomous Robots. Wow, sounds like some must reads to me ;)

Monday, February 22, 2010

A Just Because Round-up

The politics, fashion and foibles of the 2010 Olympic Games... Once snowboarding was done last week that was it for my interest.

I always thought that police, ambulance, and fire had the right to drive any damn speed needed to save a life but apparently not in the dumb-ass province of Canada where an ambulance driver that wanted to go faster than the 120kph speed limit policy for ambulance operations was denied 3 times his request to exceed the 120kph. Another health care success, the patient died... tragic and real.

Elephants growl at low frequencies and we can't hear them, at least at the San Diego Zoo.

As often as we comment about needing time away from the family or work, we think that a weekend away can be a good answer, so here is one for the under 40 male... become a Franciscan for a weekend; apparently the nuns are going to get in on it too.

Free tuition - try UoP... all you need is a net connection and to live somewhere on planet earth, but they can't give you an accredited degree... yet.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Hot Coffee......


I LIKE this:

"The espresso drinker — a beverage the authors describe as the "filterless cigarette of the coffee drinking universe" — are likely to be moody, hard-bitten and hard working. Espresso fans can be skilled, stimulating and accomplished lover, but are not loyal."

But I take issue with the "loyal" part too.......



How 'bout the "Grand Theft Auto" Hot Coffee mini-game?????

Morning Coffee

There is now a book that tells us what our choice of coffee says about our personalities. A brief synopsis has been provided through an article in the Toronto Sun.

I must agree with idea that I am moody since sometimes I want espresso with sugar and sometimes straight up, a latte, black coffee, creamed coffee, mocha or caramel cappuccino... it just depends.

According to the article, that makes me an accomplished non-materialistic sex-loving urban fashionista lover with a survival instinct, periodically difficult, moody, hard working but not loyal. I think the not loyal part explains why I keep taking my coffee differently depending on the day.

How was your coffee this morning?

Friday, February 19, 2010

Coming to a School District Near You, Comrade!








From the BeeB:


US school accused of web spying
By Angela Harrison
BBC News education reporter
Parents in the US have accused a school of spying on children by remotely activating webcams on laptops.

A couple from Pennsylvania have filed a lawsuit against a school district which gave laptops to its high school pupils.

They say their son was told off by teachers for "engaging in improper behaviour in his home" and that the evidence was an image from his webcam.

Lower Merion School District says it has now deactivated a tracking device installed on the laptops.

It says the security feature was only used to track lost, stolen and missing laptops.

But it was deactivated on Thursday and would not be re-instated without informing students and families, the district said.

'Stages of undress'

The Lower Merion School District gave the laptops to all 1,800 students at its two high schools with the aim of giving them access to school resources around the clock, according to its website.

Michael and Holly Robbins are suing the district on behalf of their child and all the children in the district issued with the laptops.

They allege the school district invaded their privacy and are guilty of "wiretapping" by putting children under covert surveillance.

“ Images captured may consist of minors and their parents or friends in compromising or embarrassing positions, including in various stages of dress or undress ”
Lawsuit claims
In their lawsuit, they claim the webcams were activated remotely and images were taken which could have included anything going on in a room where the laptop was placed.

The legal papers say: "As the laptops were routinely used by students and family members at home, it is believed that many of the images captured and intercepted may consist of images of minors and their parents or friends in compromising or embarrassing positions, including in various stages of dress or undress".

On Thursday, the Lower Merion School District posted a letter to parents on its website saying it had always "gone to great lengths" to protect the privacy of its students.

In it, the Schools Superintendent Christopher McGinley gives details of the security feature, which he said was activated only if a laptop was reported lost, stolen or missing.

"The security feature's capabilities were limited to taking a still image of the operator and the operator's screen," he wrote.

"This feature was only used for the narrow purpose of locating a lost, stolen or missing laptop. The District never activated the security feature for any other purpose or in any other manner whatsoever."

However, the district had carried out a preliminary review of security procedures and had disabled the security-tracking program, he added.

The district would now conduct a thorough review of the existing policies for student laptop use and look at any other "technology areas in which the intersection of privacy and security may come into play".

"We regret if this situation has caused any concern or inconvenience among our students and families, " he said.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Fat's in the News

Alright, it's Mardi Gras season... Fat Tuesday, Shrove Tuesday, Pancake Day... were serious religious traditionalists use all the fats in the household so that they don't go rancid and therefore are wasted during the Lenten fast.

Southwest Airlines apparently thinks that Gen X director Kevin Smith needs to fast for Lent.

"Southwest Airlines has apologized to director Kevin Smith for kicking him off one of its airplanes, but the weighty argument appears to be far from over.

Smith, who was asked to leave a flight from Oakland to Burbank, Calif., on the weekend because of his size, has challenged Southwest to bring its seats to the set of Jon Stewart's Daily Show."

http://www.thestar.com/entertainment/article/765926--airline-apologizes-after-asking-kevin-smith-to-leave-plane


Yep, been watching this for the last couple of days and it still amuses me. It will be interesting to see where it ends up.

It also New York Fashion Week and one again the models weigh in and some are apparently to weighty to use at size 4, WTF, but there it is again.

At size 4, Fashion Week model Coco Rocha, 21, is latest of many women considered fat by industry.

Read article.

Does it make sense, no, but there it is folks, Fat Tuesday, so have a yummy one.

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Happy Mistress Day

It does exist: a day specifically for celebrating your mistress. February 13th it is.

As NBC pegged it last year, Mistress Day is Feb. 13th -- a.k.a. the evening philandering gents reserve for romantic dinners with their mistresses.

So do the smart thing guys and celebrate the loves in your lives, both or all, or whatever.

Friday, February 12, 2010

Oops...

...and this is why it pays to keep your partner(s) informed about what you are doing on the side.

Man meets wife... at brothel
2008-01-09 19:45

Warsaw - A Polish man got the shock of his life when he visited a brothel and spotted his wife among the establishment's employees.

The Polish tabloid Super Express said the woman had been making some extra money on the side while telling her husband she worked at a store in a nearby town.

"I was dumbfounded. I thought I was dreaming," the husband told the newspaper on Wednesday.

The couple, married for 14 years, are now divorcing, the newspaper reported.

- Reuters

Thursday, February 11, 2010

The McQueen is Dead

Alexander McQueen will be missed.

Adored because he kept borrowing from the fetish market. No more wild, over the top shoes on the catwalk from him.

Pix-napped from here.

Here's a link to a pictorial history of his fashions: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/fashion/fashionpicturegalleries/7214180/A-history-of-catwalk-collections-by-designer-Alexander-McQueen.html

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Bodypainting

I like it, it's cool, and there is the World Bodypainting Festival
July 10 - 18, 2010. The only catch is that is one hell of a road-trip since it's in Seeboden, Austria.

At least the pix are great and there is the YouTube channel for them: http://www.youtube.com/user/BodypaintCityTV.

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Weird News

Stumbled across this blog today: http://weirdnews.about.com/b/

Buck Wolf, don't you just love that name, it smacks of porn star status, is the author and collector of such gems as the French fighting AIDS with a giant flying condom.



Enjoy the find.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

The Church and PORN, PORN, PORN...


OK - so here it is - the church commisions works of art, to be completed and adorning the sanutaries of the Olden World. Well - with art like this - were is the lube!

It was around the 1550's -and the church was pretty cool with getting whatever they got, for whatever it cost. Then all of a sudden some prude shows up- and they have the hired a church appointed loin cloth painter - [Honest - no shit - it happened!]

But not before - Snake dude trying to bone a good lay.

And a three way - just to add to those masturbatory dreams.

Have a fun read!


Brings a whole new meaning to Christianity - Does it not! Cheers - Z1

Monday, February 1, 2010

The 7 Most Badass Last Stands in the History of Battle





And so you think you have a hard day at the office. Work is hard, the boss is bitchy and you are thinking, shoot, how the heck do I get through this mess of things and keep every one happy. WHAT if you were a Centurion, one of the meanest bad-boys of the olden times, this is when legends were made and told for a thousand years around fire pits with drunken parties chasing anything and tossing it on the fire for food after wards. Anyway - try putting yourself in the setting of the following yarns, Best viewed with a cold brewsky and dark shades.

Makes UT4 Darkest Hour, Red Orchestra, Mare Nostrum, and the Kick Butt Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 look like a walk in Central park with the Chippendales

Read on and enjoy some real BLOOD SPORTS!



Cheers! Z1

Dancing girls promote strip club in see-through bus

Uh -- See Through BUS, WTF



Of course there is no nudity because it's just advertising. Simple pole dancing, said Eric Terrell, general manager of the strip clubA Tampa strip club has hit the road for a promotional stunt: Déjà Vu Showgirls are dancing in a big windowed bus, which is driving around Bay area streets.

So- if you have a bus - see through - driving down the road, what are YOU going to look at!? Sure - your gonna sneak a peek, and run right into the jerk in front to you doing the same thing. Only in Tampa! Whats next week's attraction, mobile HO wagon? I'll leave your mind to continue this a bit more - BUT - I see you smiling! With $%%^% eating grin, You twisted person you!

Cheers - Z1