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28 February 2012

Set Phasers on 'Stun' or Something...

From Slashgear, an ever reliable source of news:

NEOShield international asteroid threat-reduction group forming now
This commission hasn't issued any threats thus far, and they've not formed because there's an inordinate amount of asteroids headed for Earth
Un hunh. Elsewhere, a sure-fire winner:

Europe considers asteroid shield

27 February 2012

Something to Get Cranked About

#Occupy #Mullet ! ! !

Protest This: Hair stylists who don't look at the picture you brought in.
That's called a mullet.
He goes further into the land of the overraught:
Elvis was right when he said, "a little less conversation, a little more action, please."

26 February 2012

Fake Crisis Still Selling Well in College Towns

Warm Winter Keeps Hives Busy as Bees
Sharon Friends of Conservation and Sharon Garden Club sponsoring showing of global bee crisis film Sunday.
Which, curiously enough, isn't global.

25 February 2012

Saturday Dada

Dreams That Money Can Buy, 1947: Collaborators included Max Ernst, Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray, Alexander Calder, Darius Milhaud and Fernand Léger.

07 February 2012

The Never-Ending Movie-enduced "Bee Crisis"

If it's news to you, that's because you haven't been propagandized yet by agitational activist types yet. The fact is that it's an illness, that man and his evil SUV driving had nothing to do with it, and that it's going away on its' own as nature travels its' course:

What's Going on in Princeton This Week?: Queen of the Sun: What Are the Bees Telling Us?" examines the global bee crisis through the eyes of biodynamic beekeepers, scientists, ...


What's happening this weekend in Mercer County: Jan. 27-29: (further bee-extermination porn)

Spring line-up announced : On March 5, Queen of the Sun: What Are the Bees Telling Us?

Get angry, people!

01 February 2012

Among the Impressionable: People Who Pay for Premium Cable

The Chicago Tribune reports that:
HBO's 'Boardwalk Empire' sparks demand for men's retro haircut
It's not really a MULLET we're talking about here, but we'll let them have their "fun".

It's actually just another collection of over-the-top adjectives being tossed around about the empty lives of hipsters.
"Most places around the country, the style is slightly less exaggerated," Ash says. "And the more severe James Darmody look is one we're seeing stronger in our major metropolitan areas where there's a little more high fashion.... [Men in] Los Angeles, New York and Miami seem to prefer more of an extreme look, where it's much shorter through the sides and longer and more artsy on top."
"art-say" !!! Spoken like someone who never kissed a girl, if you asked me.