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Montag, Februar 06, 2006

After my hiatus, I am going to start a new project using this blog. Pissing off right wing assholes. Like THIS ONE
What a dick hole. Seriously. I want to cut this guy's ass open with a coat hanger and rape him using the blood as lube. FUCK!

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Samstag, November 12, 2005


Montag, Oktober 31, 2005

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Sonntag, Oktober 23, 2005

Young singers spread message of hate

(as jacked from ABC news)

Young Singers Spread Racist Hate
Duo Considered the Olsen Twins of the White Nationalist Movement
Nazi Twins 2

Singers Lamb and Lynx Gaede may look like Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, but their songs send a message of White Nationalism that some call dangerous. (ABC News)

Oct. 20, 2005 — Thirteen-year-old twins Lamb and Lynx Gaede have one album out, another on the way, a music video, and lots of fans.

They may remind you another famous pair of singers, the Olsen Twins, and the girls say they like that. But unlike the Olsens, who built a media empire on their fun-loving, squeaky-clean image, Lamb and Lynx are cultivating a much darker personna. They are white nationalists and use their talents to preach a message of hate.

Known as "Prussian Blue" — a nod to their German heritage and bright blue eyes — the girls from Bakersfield, Calif., have been performing songs about white nationalism before all-white crowds since they were nine.

"We're proud of being white, we want to keep being white," said Lynx. "We want our people to stay white … we don't want to just be, you know, a big muddle. We just want to preserve our race."

Lynx and Lamb have been nurtured on racist beliefs since birth by their mother April. "They need to have the background to understand why certain things are happening," said April, a stay-at-home mom who no longer lives with the twins' father. "I'm going to give them, give them my opinion just like any, any parent would."

April home-schools the girls, teaching them her own unique perspective on everything from current to historical events. In addition, April's father surrounds the family with symbols of his beliefs — specifically the Nazi swastika. It appears on his belt buckle, on the side of his pick-up truck and he's even registered it as his cattle brand with the Bureau of Livestock Identification.

"Because it's provocative," explains April of the cattle brand, "to him he thinks it's important as a symbol of freedom of speech that he can use it as his cattle brand."

Teaching Hate

Songs like "Sacrifice" — a tribute to Nazi Rudolf Hess, Hitler's deputy Fuhrer — clearly show the effect of the girls' upbringing. The lyrics praise Hess as a "man of peace who wouldn't give up."

"It really breaks my heart to see those two girls spewing out that kind of garbage," said Ted Shaw, civil rights advocate and president of the NAACP's Legal Defense Fund — though Shaw points out that the girls aren't espousing their own opinions but ones they're being taught.

Dienstag, Oktober 18, 2005

I fucking hate my job at the moment...

...anyone wanna trade?

I swear that I have NEVER been unhappier with a job situation than I am right now. I didn't spend two-thirds of my life going through the whole (and as I see it now, quite bogus) education process to figuratively end up "back at the bottom of the food chain", as it seems in my current position. I mean, GODDAMN! When I started this job about two and a half years ago, I had my own lab, my own technicians, and successfully developed a brand-new research facility that brought a technology to the institute that was lacking before I joined. What now? A technician who happens to be the fucking wife of one of the faculty members joined five months ago...and has been GIVEN the facility that I started...as well as my former technicians. I quite literally have no independently-designated research space at all right now. FUCK!!!!! Again, I say FUCK! Nepotism fucking sucks and is (of course) not legally endorsed by the university medical center to which our smaller research institute belongs, but there's not even a way to turn it in without anyone at my institute of course realizing who had done so.

In brief: I adore science but hate politics. Hell, it's a wonder anything useful is even accomplished in the World of research given how much ass-kissing and sleeping with superiors is apparently required to advance (or even stay afloat, for that matter) professionally. Add to that the fact that, in order to get grants, science is governed to a surprisingly large extent upon the concept of "publish or perish". It is so important to maintain a long list of publications to obtain grant funding...and even at that, in journals that are considered to be "better" than others (yup, snobbery is BEYOND alive and well in this profession)...that, in an increasingly frequent manner, the concept of a manuscript comes before the actual research: "Gee, Dr. X, this idea would have enough impact that we should write a paper about it; do you think that Drs. Y and Z will be able to come up with the proper data to support it?". I shit you NOT AT ALL on this.

SO, the next time you read any news blurb relating to scientific discoveries of any sort, keep in mind the fact that those behind the research are NOT thinking of the "betterment of mankind" in the least; the scientists were thinking of nothing more than themselves...and even beyond the publication aspect, whether or not they can patent their "discoveries" and crawl into bed with a pharmaceutical company for financial gain.

Oh, and for an even sicker side-note: the director of my institute has already begun to outline what experimental results he "thinks" he needs to generate (or fabricate) in order to garner a Nobel prize nomination.

This fucking SUCKS.

Montag, Oktober 17, 2005

How do you kill a fox?

Cut off one of his legs and make him run across Canada...

Joke of the Week

A man is driving along a curvy road that runs along a canyon cliff face. He goes around a corner and sees a little girl standing at the edge of the road looking down into the canyon. He stops his car and gets out. The girl is bruised, battered, and crying inconsolably. As he approaches her he sees smoke coming up from a car that has gone over the cliff. The girl's family was inside the car and she was the only survivor. He looks at her sympathetically and says "boy, this is really your unlucky day" as he unzips his pants...

Sonntag, Oktober 16, 2005

Holy Fuck!

America, fuck yeah!

Fucking Awesome!

Freitag, Oktober 14, 2005

Avian Bird Flu Pandemic Begins

The first human-to-human transfer of the avian flu strain H5N1 has been documented in the Czech Republic, sources said Thursday. The WHO has confirmed the intial spread of the disease but has urged both the public and world leaders to remain calm. A small town has been quarantined, but neither the WHO or US health officials will verify the location or population affected.

Fucking Google-icious

Google reveals its 300-year plan

Chief executive Eric Schmidt estimates that Google won't manage to index all the world's information until around the 24th century.

It could take 300 years to index all the world's information and make it searchable, Google's chief executive Eric Schmidt predicted on Saturday at the Association of National Advertisers annual conference in Phoenix.

"We did a math exercise and the answer was 300 years," Schmidt said in response to an audience question asking for a projection of how long the company's mission will take. "The answer is it's going to be a very long time."

Of the approximately 5 million terabytes of information out in the world, only about 170 terabytes have been indexed, he said earlier during his speech.

Schmidt admitted to the audience of advertisers that when he first arrived at Google four years ago, he viewed ads from a sceptical consumer standpoint. Shown ads on Google, he thought "You've got to be kidding! People actually click on this stuff? And they do."

He said he quickly realised, though, that "ads actually do have value if you can figure out the right ones to show."

Technology and the interactivity it enables, such as the ability to measure an Internet ad's success rate by viewing how many people click on it, is shifting power in the advertising industry from executives at corporations to consumers, he said.

"The power is moving from us to the end user; it's occurring by the power of the personal computer, by the power of the cell phone," he said. "Thirty years ago we would make the decision [about ads]. Now, that person, that individual makes that decision."

Advertising is increasing on the Internet and cable television, and showing modest to no growth in newspapers and magazines, Schmidt said. "The cost per revenue dollar of online ad systems is so much lower than [for offline advertising]," he said.

Of the estimated $283bn spent on advertising in the United States, $11.3bn is spent on the Internet, with Google taking in about 1 percent of that, Schmidt said.

Despite the slowdown in print advertising, Google is testing a campaign in which the search giant is using its audience targeting technology to help customers place ads in magazines, he said.

Schmidt predicted there will always be ads on the Internet but that there may be an "ad-free subset" of the Internet that might offer a different way for people to pay for things, such as using micro-payments.

During the question-and-answer session, audience members turned to social, ethical and legal topics. One question dealt with criticism Google and Yahoo have received for cooperating with Chinese government censorship efforts.

"The technology is neutral. It can be applied for good or evil," he said. "Overwhelmingly, the message of technology is a positive one."

Asked to explain why Google has submitted a proposal to provide the city of San Francisco with free wireless Internet service, Schmidt said the plan arose out of work several engineers did on a system that would allow companies to make money offering such a service. "It's an interesting experiment," he said. "If it scales and if it is successful, we think it's going to be very good for the world."

Schmidt also responded to a question about complaints Google has endured, including a lawsuit filed by the Authors Guild over its plan to digitise books and make them searchable online. Google's Print Library Project adheres to US copyright law, he said. A "fair use" provision under the law allows for excerpts of copyrighted material to be used and Google will only display snippets of copyrighted text, he said. "That model seems to be durable," he said. "We're very, very careful if copyright is owned."

Donnerstag, Oktober 13, 2005

Wow - Find school pictures of yourself. Amazing. Fuck!

Click HERE
to find school photos of yourself in any grade or school. This amazed even me.

Mittwoch, Oktober 12, 2005

Fucking wicked Turbans

Ali G: Fuck Yeah!

I've just realized that Ali G is fucking awesome. I'm downloading the whole sewries right now.


I've decided that we're going to use the word "FUCK" in every title. Awards will go out to the most creative one.

For example:

Supercalafuckilicious...never mind. Just keep it cool. YEAH! By the way, the republican party is nothing more than a gang of criminals.