Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Sunday, September 14, 2008

The Doorway to Hell

This Youtube video shows The Door To Hell, as the locals in Darvaz,Turkmenistan call it. Thirty-five years ago, geologists were drilling when then encountered a very large cavern filled with poisonous gas. They ignited the gas expecting it to burn off in a few hours. It still burns today.

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Church Apologises To Charles Darwin - 126 Years After Death

The Church of England will tomorrow officially apologize to Charles Darwin for misunderstanding his theory of evolution.

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Friday, September 5, 2008

Unbelievable RNC 9/11 Tribute Video w/ Olbermann Commentary

Horribly shameful and exploitive, typical republicans.

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Saturday, August 9, 2008

Police Raid Maryland Mayor's Home, Kill His Dogs

They did not mistakenly raid anything.It's a very shady situation. I read this in the local paper and it said that the cops were basically trying to get them to accept the package at 7:30pm, fairly late for any deliveries. It was addressed to his wife and his mother in law didn't want to accept it, but basically they just went in anyway (with no f'ing warrant!), murdered one dog and then shot the other in cold blood while he was running away. Then they humiliated him by handcuffing him in his boxers in front of them.It's a terrible situation and the guilty parties need to be disciplined appropriately.

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Thursday, August 7, 2008

Stop Embarrassing Me, Dad! [HL2 Video]

Don't you hate it when your dad embarrasses you in front of friends?

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Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Deleted photo sparks fears DEA hiring mercenaries

When a California medical marijuana dispensary was raided last Thursday by agents of the Federal Drug Enforcement Agency and local police, the Los Angeles Times ran a dramatic story on the incident, accompanied by a set of photographs. However, one particular photograph from the Times story has drawn more attention than anything else.

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