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(no subject) [Mar. 11th, 2009|04:55 pm]

ST. LOUIS – An eastern Missouri family expects they'll be able to stay in their home built inside a cave after accepting an offer of a private mortgage contract. Curt Sleeper said Tuesday that a New Jersey-based business offered a 15-year loan with a low interest rate that should allow the family to keep their home in Festus, about 30 miles south of St. Louis.

"We're excited about it." To celebrate: "We're throwing a party at a friend's cave," he said.

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Creationist time paradox [Mar. 6th, 2009|01:06 pm]
An idea:

Way off in the future, time travel has been invented. Some wag decides to try and steal a dinosaur skeleton from a museum, gets caught, and in a panic travels to the distant past - and buries the skeleton there. Which is then uncovered, examined, analysed, and eventually winds up in the museum from which it will be stolen.

Thus, dinosaurs are not real, but are in fact the product of a temporal anomaly, with their apparent age the product of a constant looping through time. This proves that evolution is wrong and quantum physics is of the devil.


I should so work for the Discovery Institute.

In other news, I'm still alive, life is still dull, the world continues much as it ever has.
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(no subject) [Dec. 6th, 2008|12:01 pm]
solar powered vibrator from Libida

Integrate alternative energy technology into the bedroom with what may be the first solar-powered vibrator.

The Solar Sensation vibrator will charge in sunlight (5hrs) and artificial light (100w bulb 24hrs). It has three speeds and it will run 2.5 hours on a full charge (if you should last that long). A great way for avid users of vibrators to save tons of batteries while putting a smile on their faces.

Touch yourself, not the planet?
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(no subject) [Dec. 3rd, 2008|04:45 pm]

"grampa? hands. srsly."
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(no subject) [Nov. 20th, 2008|09:18 am]
Placed under a cut by requestCollapse )
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(no subject) [Nov. 5th, 2008|08:23 pm]
I'm not yet ready to put any kind of faith behind Obama.

However. After too many years smugness, preaching and fundamentalist shit:

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California man arrested in 'anthrax' mailings [Nov. 2nd, 2008|06:18 am]
California man arrested in 'anthrax' mailings

SAN FRANCISCO, California (AP) -- A California man was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of sending hoax letters labeled "anthrax" to scores of media outlets, the FBI said Wednesday, warning that many of the threats may still be in the mail.

Marc M. Keyser, 66, sent more than 120 envelopes containing a compact disc that had a packet of sugar labeled "Anthrax Sample" along with a biohazard symbol, the FBI said in a news release. The CD was titled "Anthrax: Shock & Awe Terror."

Keyser was taken into custody without incident at his home in Sacramento on three counts of sending a hoax letter, the FBI said. At least some of the packages had Keyser's return address on them, said FBI agent Steve Dupre.

There's fail.
Then there's epic fail.
Then there's this guy.
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(no subject) [Oct. 7th, 2008|03:22 pm]
Homosexuals should carry warning tattoos, says chaplain

The Rev Dr Peter Mullen, who is rector of St Michael’s Cornhill and St Sepulchre without Newgate in the City, said in an internet blog that homosexuality was "clearly unnatural, a perversion and corruption of natural instincts and affections, and because it is a cause of fatal disease".

He wrote: "Let us make it obligatory for homosexuals to have their backsides tattooed with the slogan SODOMY CAN SERIOUSLY DAMAGE YOUR HEALTH and their chins with FELLATIO KILLS."

The Bishop of London, the Rt Rev Richard Chartres, said the posting, which has since been taken down, was "highly offensive". The Rev Mullen, 66, was told on Friday that he could face disciplinary action.

Peter Tatchell of gay rights group OutRage! said he should resign.

The rector, who has written for The Daily Telegraph, insisted that he meant no harm: "I wrote some satirical things on my blog and anybody with an ounce of sense of humour or any understanding of the tradition of English satire would immediately assume that they’re light-hearted jokes."

Mr Mullen is also listed as the chaplain to the London Stock Exchange. However, an LSE spokesman said it was a historical title. "There are no formal links between us and him in any way."

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(no subject) [Sep. 24th, 2008|08:28 pm]

Frankie Boyle is a regular on Mock the Week and a very funny, very wrong man.
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(no subject) [Sep. 23rd, 2008|01:54 pm]
I has internets!
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