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Techmology and Scientism / Missing Link found?
« on: September 08, 2011, 04:21:47 pm »
An analysis of 2 million-year-old bones found in South Africa offers the most powerful case so far in identifying the transitional figure that came before modern humans ó findings some are calling a potential game-changer in understanding evolution.

The bones are from Australopithecus sediba. The research places that pre-human branch of the evolutionary tree as the best candidate to be the ancestor of the human line, said Lee R. Berger of the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa.
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/44438221/ns/technology_and_science-science/#.Tmjqc-zlhQ0

This could alter things quite a bit.

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Richard Nixon Presents: Alaska / Gun shoots around corners
« on: September 07, 2011, 07:15:24 pm »


WANT!!!!

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Richard Nixon Presents: Alaska / Excuse me, that's against the law.
« on: September 06, 2011, 11:41:44 am »
Alabama
Itís illegal to wear a fake mustache that causes laughter in church.

Alaska
Whispering in someoneís ear while heís moose hunting is prohibited.

Arizona
Cutting down a cactus may earn you a twenty-five-year prison term.

Arkansas
Itís illegal to mispronounce the name of the state of Arkansas.

California
You may not eat an orange in your bathtub.

Colorado
Itís unlawful to lend your vacuum cleaner to your next-door neighbor (Denver).

Connecticut
A pickle cannot actually be a pickle unless it bounces.

Delaware
Itís illegal to get married on a dare.

Washington, D.C.
Itís against the law to post a public notice calling someone a coward for refusing to accept a challenge to duel.

Florida
If you tie an elephant to a parking meter, you must pay the same parking fee as you would for a vehicle.

Georgia
Itís illegal to change the clothes on a storefront mannequin unless you draw the shades first.

Hawaii
All residents may be fined for not owning a boat.

Idaho
A man must not give his sweetheart a box of candy weighing fewer than fifty pounds.

Illinois
Itís illegal to take a French poodle to the opera (Chicago).

Indiana
The value of pi is 4, and not 3.1415.

http://www.divinecaroline.com/22323/99603-

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Richard Nixon Presents: Alaska / Happy labor day
« on: September 05, 2011, 02:50:17 pm »
Now get back to fucking work, the rich require your fucking production.

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Richard Nixon Presents: Alaska / Triple Zero
« on: August 24, 2011, 01:35:12 pm »
Sorry man for firing at you like that. Bit of a rough patch right now, head space and meat sack are cluttered. No excuses though, my bad.

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Richard Nixon Presents: Alaska / Dear P3ent
« on: August 05, 2011, 03:00:20 pm »
Thank you so very much, your talent continues to awe me.


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Richard Nixon Presents: Alaska / Livin' on Tucson time
« on: June 30, 2011, 11:17:41 pm »
Run the vacuum, take a hydrocodone.

Do the laundry, take a flexeril.

Do the dishes, take another hydrocodone and was it down with cheap whiskey.

AM I DOING IT RIGHT?

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Richard Nixon Presents: Alaska / Attn PD.com
« on: June 22, 2011, 08:21:18 am »
EB&G will no longer honor the quid pro quo rule. If you step in  it then you own it.

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Aneristic Illusions / Attn. HIMEOBS
« on: June 10, 2011, 10:42:29 pm »
Please forward all offensive images to Tennessee.

A new Tennessee law makes it a crime to "transmit or display an image" online that is likely to "frighten, intimidate or cause emotional distress" to someone who sees it. Violations can get you almost a year in jail time or up to $2500 in fines.

The Tennessee legislature has been busy updating its laws for the Internet age, and not always for the better. Last week we reported on a bill that updated Tennessee's theft-of-service laws to include "subscription entertainment services" like Netflix.

The ban on distressing images, which was signed by Gov. Bill Haslam last week, is also an update to existing law. Tennessee law already made it a crime to make phone calls, send emails, or otherwise communicate directly with someone in a manner the sender "reasonably should know" would "cause emotional distress" to the recipient. If the communciation lacked a "legitimate purpose," the sender faced jail time.

The new legislation adds images to the list of communications that can trigger criminal liability. But for image postings, the "emotionally distressed" individual need not be the intended recipient. Anyone who sees the image is a potential victim. If a court decides you "should have known" that an image you posted would be upsetting to someone who sees it, you could face months in prison and thousands of dollars in fines.

http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/news/2011/06/tenn-law-bans-posting-images-that-cause-emotional-distress.ars

You're welcome.

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Aneristic Illusions / FBI targets political activists
« on: May 26, 2011, 04:13:04 pm »
More than a dozen peace activists in the Midwest will face a federal grand jury in Chicago in the next few weeks, in an investigation related to terrorism.

The FBI searched the activists' homes last week, confiscating computers, photographs and other materials that the search warrants suggest could be evidence of "material support" of terrorist organizations. None of those whose homes were searched have been charged but they have been subpoenaed to appear before a federal grand jury in Chicago.
http://www.npr.org/2010/10/02/130274688/fbi-targets-peace-activists-for-alleged-terrorism-support

They are using anti terrorist laws along with warrants to search homes and issue grand jury subpoenas. reliable sources are hard to dig up, but this appears to be happening nationwide.

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Richard Nixon Presents: Alaska / They killes Rock and Roll
« on: May 20, 2011, 02:46:02 pm »
I can prove it.

There are two Idol finalists, a 16 year old girl and a 17 year old boy. Both are country music singers.

Before you ask, no I do not vote, but sometimes I like to watch because I like music and I grew up with it on teevee.

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Aneristic Illusions / Mileage driving tax considered
« on: May 18, 2011, 04:23:54 pm »
It seems that those pesky fuel efficient cars are causing some problems as far as funding for highway maintenance.  Not to worry though, a new tax has been proposed.


Because greater fuel economy is letting motorists drive more miles using less gas, the current gas tax that funds the federal government's efforts to build and maintain highways isn't generating enough money.

A driving tax, officially known as a "vehicle miles traveled" tax, could close that gap.
http://money.cnn.com/2011/05/18/news/economy/gas_tax_drivers/index.htm?hpt=T2


Oh, and as part of calculating how much you owe they are considering putting a gps in your vehicle.

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Richard Nixon Presents: Alaska / Invention needed
« on: May 14, 2011, 05:19:01 pm »
Robotics for the handicapped.

Along the lines of finger controlled blacksmith hammer, etc.

I suspect there would be one helluva market for something like that.


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Aneristic Illusions / 9/11 a Fraud?
« on: May 10, 2011, 04:35:16 pm »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=daNr_TrBw6E

I swear it is getting more difficult to separate bullshit from partial truth or even real truth even more.

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Richard Nixon Presents: Alaska / Good Morning
« on: May 07, 2011, 04:50:14 am »
Good morning America, how are you?

I have seen the White Rabbit and have been informed I need to be Leaving on a Jet Plane. Not sure why, but I need to be 8 Miles High, maybe because it's Summer in the City.

Rocky Raccoon came to me in a dream and told me there would be Another Pleasant Summer Sunday in Crimson and Clover before I climb the Stairway to Heaven. Because of this I found myself Groovin' and wondering what War! was good for.


Okay, you should get the idea by now. A movement that started in San Francisco  and spread to every city in America and a great deal of the world, culminated at it's peak in a field in upstate New York. Roughly 500,000 people showed for a celebration. A celebration of music, coming of age and anger.

This era produced Giants like we have never seen before. Unlikely giants, they had long hair, made loud and unconventional music and protest. Often they were heavy drug users, wild, free and the real leaders of the popular movement. People began to question things.

They tried to beat them back into submission, but their numbers were far too large and their determination was unequaled. These people didn't mind so much going to jail, or even being slapped down by the police.

But.

What happened to those people? Where did they go? Sadly they became a part of normal society. They grew up and caved in. Sold out. Not by intention to be sure, but by the desire for human comforts, the knowledge and wisdom of age, and the blunt realization that if they wanted anything they would need to blend in and play the game.

We can't blame them for this at all, after all, it's human conditioning.

All of the heroes and giants found greater success in being the mainline people they had become by general acceptance. Seriously, it's hard to protest when you show up to huge crowds and big paydays.

Who are we to judge them? We ourselves, those of us from that era, have done the same thing. We scratch our way up to mid-management in order to take care of our families and to be able to buy those nice things we see on TV and in the stores.

I am convinced that every era, every new generation is so sure they have the answers. I am equally sure they will eventually be assimilated into society. You see, it's what must be, there is no escape. Somebody has to do that job, be in charge, take that responsibility. And as the new generation grows they begin to see the benefits for them in doing these things.

The world and society will, in the end, win. Not because they are better than us, but simply because they are implacable. All they have to do is wait, and they know it.

We are born, we grow up, we follow the footsteps of those before us. This is the world, as it will ever be. To the youth, go rebel, scream into the wind, kick against the pricks and be heard. Soon enough this will pass and when you drive home to your family, just once in a while you will remember those days, with great fondness and you will be glad for them and you will be glad they no longer involve you.

From The Spinning Wheel.

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