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Favourite New Thought! Skydiving Gone Wrong Octogenarian Slides Out Of Harness

Posted: May 30th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Favorite New Thought . . ., From The Web | Tags: , , , | Comments Off on Favourite New Thought! Skydiving Gone Wrong Octogenarian Slides Out Of Harness

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UPDATED: Twee Tween Tricks Tubesters! Am I Pretty/Am I Ugly?

Posted: March 5th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Favorite New Thought . . ., From The Web | Tags: , , , , | Comments Off on UPDATED: Twee Tween Tricks Tubesters! Am I Pretty/Am I Ugly?

Twee Tween Tricks Tubesters - Am I Pretty or Am I UglyA 21 year old starlet who posted a hoax video on YouTube of herself and asked viewers if she was ugly has admitted to being a 21-year-old arts student. The clip, titled ‘Am I Pretty/Am I Ugly?‘, has fooled hundreds of thousands of people into thinking she was a naive teenager with low self-esteem and a need for empty reassurance.

Sophia Roessler from Kansas has now revealed she made the video in which she poses as a young teen as part of her thesis studies exploring the “awkward transition from young girl to womanhood”.

Roessler’s video was so convincing that several major media outlets, including ABC’s Good Morning America and MSNBC’s Today Show used it to report on a worrying trend of tweens taking to YouTube to ask for comments on their looks. Read the full article »»»»

Hard Pill: US Police Pepper Spray Sitting Student Protesters

Posted: November 20th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Hard Pill to Swallow, News, News Update!, Revolute | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Hard Pill: US Police Pepper Spray Sitting Student Protesters

Two police officers in California have been ordered to take leave after pepper spray was used on student protesters in an incident that caused widespread outrage.


The University of California students were sitting down in protest, refusing to move, when police in riot gear sprayed the yellow mist on them. The incident was captured on video, which has since gone viral. It shows the officer sweeping back and forth across their faces with the pepper spray. A crowd surrounded the police and chanted “shame on you” as the protesters were dragged and pushed away.

University officials said two were sent to hospital and later released. Nine of the students were treated on site. Amid a growing outcry, university chancellor Linda Katehi has launched an investigation, describing the actions of police as sad and inappropriate. Read the full article »»»»

Northern lights over Finland time-lapse

Posted: October 5th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Blip, Favorite New Thought . . ., Get Out of the House, Socially Engineered, Verity Penfold | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Northern lights over Finland time-lapse

It’s got to be half way through the week, doesn’t it? Fag it, it’s time for a chill, a little midweek meditation. Check this STUNNING time-lapse from those fantastic Finns at Flatlight. It was shot earlier this year in several locations throughout Finnish Lapland. Just to set the mood, temperatures can plunge as low as -50°C in the winter and the sun is not seen for days on end during the polar night (kaamos). By contrast, summer brings out the Midnight Sun and temperatures can occasionally rise to 30°C, although summer temperatures in the 10-20°C are mostly the norm. July is the warmest month. Flatlight Films has created this beautiful time-lapse montage of the aurora borealis, the time-lapse is a commercial for Visit Finland.  Lapland is the Wild North of Finland and the last refuge of Finland’s Sámi people, who subsist on reindeer herding. There isn’t too much history to see, the end of the Second World War, retreating German troops implemented a scorched earth policy to punish their Finnish allies for agreeing to peace with the Soviet Union, razed everything in their path. By the time they were done, 100,000 people had fled, 675 bridges blown up, all major roads mined and the capital Rovaniemi had only 13 houses left standing. But then, people don’t come to Lapland for the architecture, they come here for the nature. While there are no craggy mountains or fjords here, the endless pine forests and the treeless rounded fells (tunturi) poking out between them can also be breathtakingly beautiful. Throw us a pair of mittens and a sensible hat and away we go!



Aurora Borealis in Finnish Lapland 2011 from Flatlight Films on Vimeo.

For more beautiful aurora time-lapses, see:
– The Aurora Seen From The International Space Station
– Beautiful Time-Lapse Video of an Aurora Borealis in Norway
– Time Lapse of Aurora Borealis Over Tromsø, Norway

Not Playin' Stranger Days

Posted: July 15th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Favorite New Thought . . ., Marcus Dangerfield, Music, Tune | Tags: , , , , , , | Comments Off on Not Playin' Stranger Days


Admission: this tune is making my insides feel funny, in the nicest possible way. About a month ago, someone kicked Fugazi’s awesomely epic – Blueprint – from their amazing album Repeater. I wasn’t sure where or when I’d get a chance to play it, but something about Guy Picciotto’s vocals and that woe-some backbeat just seemed like it would rock the headphones right of my skull. Ouch, now that I’ve played it, I seriously regret the time my ears have missed out on this tune!!

TRUMP, I'm Fired!

Posted: May 17th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Blip, Kiss My . . . | Tags: , , , , , | Comments Off on TRUMP, I'm Fired!

Four time bankrupt, property tycoon and television character Donald Trump – as expected – has ended his fake U.S. Presidential campaign. We are all clearly upset at this – shocked indeed – Trumps campaign had such promise! Many believe that Trump’s presidential mutterings were just hot air from the get go, a bid for ratings or publicity or whatever feeds Trump’s Vegas-sized ego. Is it truly coincidence that his announcement times in nicely with his Television Show? 



The main force behind Trump’s pull-out wasn’t his slip in the polls, or the roasting he got at the most recent White House Correspondents Dinner – The Donald wasn’t amused – nor even a stinging butt whipping by the head of the Republican National Committee. No, insiders are saying that none of this mattered.

“He talked to some very high level pollsters and campaign managers about potentially working with him, and they turned him down,” says republican strategist Ford O’Connell.

So who wins out of this deal? Trump.  The monetary value of all the publicity he got as the media took him seriously – the unreal possibility that he would run for president –  media hung on his every outlandish word, turning Trump briefly into a real possibility.  Trump’s  main concern through this side show was whether his name was spelled correctly.


Trumps Long Winded Statement:

After considerable deliberation and reflection, I have decided not to pursue the office of the Presidency. This decision does not come easily or without regret; especially when my potential candidacy continues to be validated by ranking at the top of the Republican contenders in polls across the country. I maintain the strong conviction that if I were to run, I would be able to win the primary and ultimately, the general election. I have spent the past several months unofficially campaigning and recognize that running for public office cannot be done half heartedly. Ultimately, however, business is my greatest passion and I am not ready to leave the private sector.

I want to personally thank the millions of Americans who have joined the various Trump grassroots movements and written me letters and e-mails encouraging me to run. My gratitude for your faith and trust in me could never be expressed properly in words. So, I make you this promise: that I will continue to voice my opinions loudly and help to shape our politician’s thoughts. My ability to bring important economic and foreign policy issues to the forefront of the national dialogue is perhaps my greatest asset and one of the most valuable services I can provide to this country. I will continue to push our President and the country’s policy makers to address the dire challenges arising from our unsustainable debt structure and increasing lack of global competitiveness. Issues, including getting tough on China and other countries that are methodically and systematically taking advantage of the United States, were seldom mentioned before I brought them to the forefront of the country’s conversation. They are now being debated vigorously. I will also continue to push for job creation, an initiative that should be this country’s top priority and something that I know a lot about. I will not shy away from expressing the opinions that so many of you share yet don’t have a medium through which to articulate.

I look forward to supporting the candidate who is the most qualified to help us tackle our country’s most important issues and am hopeful that, when this person emerges, he or she will have the courage to take on the challenges of the Office and be the agent of change that this country so desperately needs.

Thank you and God Bless America!

Donald Trump

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