Saturday, August 15, 2009

Birds of a feather drink together

They obviously have a better class of pigeon Down Under.

Instead of pecking around on the filthy pavements among cigarette butts and chewing gum, they prefer to sip filtered water and go to great lengths for a bath.

The trio pictured here, in Brisbane, Queensland, appear to have worked out a clever system of adapting the water fountain built by humans for their own pigeon purposes.

After waiting for the fountain to be free, one bird jumped on the lever and pushed it down to fill up the bowl, while another kept watch and the third splashed in.

Friday, August 14, 2009

BREAKING: Rush, Newt, and Sarah Supported Death Panels, Too!

From The Nation --

Attention, townhall protesters: Guess who else wants to pull the plug on granny and kill Sarah Palin's baby?

In some knock-out reporting, MSNBC's Rachel Maddow showed Thursday night that not long ago Rush Limbaugh promoted death panels on his own radio show, Newt Gingrich sung their praises in the pages of the Washington Post, and, as the half-term governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin actually proclaimed an official Death Panel Day for her state!

Now, I wonder how long it will be before this must-see hypocrisy is featured on the nightly news and Sunday talk shows? Especially on your shows, Brian Williams and David Gregory, since you are, like Maddow, part of the "NBC family." Surely you're not going to ignore this major story at the heart of the health care debate, are you?

And for more must-see health care hypocrisy, viddy this: Glenn Beck on the Best Health Care in the World, from The Daily Show, aired the same night.

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Early toolmakers were 'engineers'

Early modern humans in South Africa were using "heat treatment" to improve their stone tools about 72,000 years ago, according to new research.

By Griet Scheldeman

This technique may bridge a gap between the use of fire to cook food 800,000 years ago and the production of ceramics 10,000 years ago.

Evidence for this innovation was found at Pinnacle Point, a Middle Stone Age site on the South African coast.

The researchers have published details in the journal Science.

"We found that as early as 165,000 years ago, but definitely 72,000 years ago, people are doing more than just using fires for cooking, heat, light or protection," lead researcher Kyle Brown, from Arizona State University, US, told BBC News.

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Thursday, August 13, 2009

Check out this film: 'Power & Control LSD in The Sixties'

Experiments with LSD. Wait till you see some of the people who dropped the hallucinogenic compound back before anyone in the public heard about it.

As usual, it involves some sneaky crap by the CIA and others who sought to exploit it's properties for no good.

Click here to see the YouTube Video - Part One. A film by Aron Ranen

Food for thought today...

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

LSD drawings from 1950 test by the government

Women spend one year, four months of life in tears

An average woman spends the equivalent of one year and four months of her life crying, new research has shown.
The survey of 3,000 females found, that during their first year, they will shed tears for three hours a day when they need changing, feeding or entertaining.

Teenage girls cry for around two hours and 13 minutes a week and, by their mid-20s, they will cry for as much as 2.24 hours a week after falling out with their partner, watching a weepy film or losing a loved one, reports The Daily Express.

Researchers found from birth to the age of 78, she will be in tears for 12,013 hours.

The poll conducted by also shows that the reasons why women cry change dramatically over a lifetime. But spokeswoman Kathryn Crawford said: “Feeling tired is one of the most common reasons adults and babies cry.”
Photo & Text from The Times of India

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Read more about real Meat Lovers !

Meat is Good. Meat tastes good, smells good, and plumps when you cook it. Meat is one of those things that makes you glad you're at the top of the food chain so you can enjoy it. Meat makes friends. Meat is for Lovers.
Click here to read more about PWEETA (People who enjoy eating tasty animals) via Ooze

The 20th Century The Way It Should Have Happened

By Graeme McMillan
Part-Star Wars homage, part-alternate history, If Star Wars Was Real retells the history of the 20th century with some added players, offering up a Photoshopped-fantasia of nerditry and "What If"s. Click here to see more.

Goodbye Hammering Hank Aaron - America Will Miss You

In a time when civil rights are still contested America has lost one of the greatest players in baseball history who used his platform to c...