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Billboard Top 25 Hits Mashup
Topic: Miscellaneous 8:58 am EST, Jan  2, 2008

This is a mashup by DJ Earworm of the Top 25 Hits (according to Billboard Magazine) of 2007. Once again it shows that the whole is much greater than the sum of the parts, since much of the parts consisted of much suckage.


Billboard Top 25 Hits Mashup

RE: TOM CRUISE IS NUTS, TINY - What Would Tyler Durden Do
Topic: Miscellaneous 9:16 am EDT, Sep 27, 2007

Decius wrote:

Star magazine, via Celebitchy, says that Tom Cruise is planning to build a ... wait for it ... wait for it ... a 10 million dollar underground bunker in Colorado to prepare for the arrival of Xenu, his alien god who is at the heart of scientology.

No, no, no, you've got it all wrong. Xenu isn't his alien god. Xenu is an evil Galactic Overlord. Scientology basically has no gods. Tom wants to make sure that Kate and Suri can survive a nuclear attack. But wait, isn't that what Xenu did last time? And yet the Thetans are still here among us...

RE: TOM CRUISE IS NUTS, TINY - What Would Tyler Durden Do

J.K. Rowling Hints At Harry Potter Date Rape
Topic: Miscellaneous 8:48 am EDT, Jun  5, 2007

Making good on her claim that the seventh and final book in the popular series will be the "darkest yet," author J.K. Rowling revealed today that a...

Oh, my. Muahahahahahahaha.

J.K. Rowling Hints At Harry Potter Date Rape Civic Action: Save NPR and PBS (again)
Topic: Miscellaneous 1:33 pm EDT, Oct  4, 2006

House Republicans just voted to slash funding for NPR and PBS this year--and eliminate funding altogether in two years. We stopped them last year. We can stop them again. Sign our petition to Congress opposing these massive cuts to public broadcasting.

The Republicans are trying to kill Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch. They must be STOPPED!!!

-janelane, one-ah-ah-ahh, two-ah-ah-ahh,.. Civic Action: Save NPR and PBS (again)

Topic: Miscellaneous 8:50 am EDT, Aug 21, 2006

A glimpse of the remarkable father-son bond of Dick and Rick Hoyt, and their inspirational journey together in a triathlon and life itself.

"Eighty-five times he's pushed his disabled son, Rick, 26.2 miles in marathons. Eight times he's not only pushed him 26.2 miles in a wheelchair but also towed him 2.4 miles in a dinghy while swimming and pedaled him 112 miles in a seat on the handlebars--all in the same day."

Can - Senator seeks tax on pimps, prostitutes - Jun 27, 2006
Topic: Miscellaneous 8:38 am EDT, Jun 28, 2006

I guess the next step is to require pimps to carry Workers' Compensation and Unemployment Insurance for all of their h0ez? What is this world coming to?

IANATA, but I do believe that if you receive $100,000 in income from "personal services" but don't report that on your taxes, you're already breaking the law. It's called "tax evasion." To spell it out for this scenario sounds like more election year "let's unite our conservative voter base."

Republican Sen. Charles Grassley of Iowa is hoping to stamp out the sex trade by taxing pimps and prostitutes, then jailing them when they don't pay.

The Senate Finance Committee is expected to vote Wednesday morning on the pimp tax. The bill also calls for more jail time for sex workers.

If passed, the provision will authorize at least $2 million toward the establishment of an office in the Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation unit to prosecute unlawful sex workers for violations of tax laws. - Senator seeks tax on pimps, prostitutes - Jun 27, 2006

RE: Slashdot | Democrats Defeat Online FOS Act
Topic: Miscellaneous 3:24 pm EST, Nov  4, 2005

ibenez wrote:

Democrats Defeat Online FOS Act

Oh great. Now let's shut down all talk radio shows too because they are against your agenda.

Hell, then let's not let Republicans or Libertarians vote too.

If you read into the article, you'll see that the opposition feared the wording of the bill would create yet another loophole in campaign finance reform. It's not about shutting down free speech, it's about trying not to create more holes while you plug the existing ones in finance reform.

RE: Slashdot | Democrats Defeat Online FOS Act

'What didn't go right?'
Topic: Miscellaneous 10:58 am EDT, Sep  8, 2005

After Sept. 11, there was an external enemy, "evildoers" against whom to summon fear and fervor. Now, instead, the flood has brought to the surface the deepest national questions of race, class and inequality. On Aug. 30, the day after the hurricane hit, the Census Bureau released figures showing that the poor had increased by 1.1 million since 2003, to 12.7 percent of the population, the fourth annual increase, with blacks and Hispanics the poorest, and the South remaining the poorest region. Since Bush has been in office, poverty has grown by almost 9 percent. (Under President Clinton, poverty fell by 25 percent.) As these issues began to receive serious attention for the first time in years, Bush reiterated that it was inappropriate to "play the blame game."

Meanwhile, his aides sought to blame New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin and Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Blanco. On Sept. 3, the Washington Post, citing an anonymous "senior administration official," reported that Blanco "still had not declared a state of emergency." Newsweek published a similar report. Within hours, however, the Post published a correction; the report was false. In fact, Blanco had declared an emergency on Aug. 26 and sent President Bush a letter on Aug. 27 requesting that the federal government declare an emergency and provide aid; and, in fact, Bush did make such a declaration, thereby accepting responsibility. Nonetheless, these facts have not stymied White House aides from their drumbeat that state and local officials -- but curiously, not the Republican governors of Mississippi and Alabama -- are ultimately to blame.

Salon has had some really good coverage of the flood porn aspect of other peoples' misfortunes. Earlier this week they pointed out how Geraldo Rivera made some poor elderly woman walk from the heliport to the Superdome twice just so he could get another take for the newscast. Now we have a look at all of the self congratulating in the current Administration, who thinks that they've done everything right once they started.

'What didn't go right?'

I assume the helm. Stay the course..
Topic: Miscellaneous 8:37 pm EDT, Jul 31, 2005

Decius wrote:
You may have noticed that I haven't been posting much. I don't plan to post for a while. I am hereby turning over all reponsibility for administration of this site to Nick Levay (Rattle). I am not managing MemeStreams or Industrial Memetics for the time being. All queries should be sent to Nick.

I think its appropriate for this community to be able to express its views without implicating any conflicts of interest that I may have, so I am stepping back for now. The perspective of this community belongs to the community and not to me or Nick or anyone else.

Furthermore, to avoid any rumors, there has been absolutely nothing from any of the parties involved in this dispute that has prompted this action, nor to I really believe that any of the parties involved in this dispute would have a problem with what this site consists of, presuming they understood what it is. This is simply a precautionary measure that I am taking to avoid any potential problems and to ensure the freedom of the people in this comunity to express their views.

It is my sincere hope that all of this drama dies down as quickly as it began.

I officially acknowledge receipt of this message, and assume control of The Industrial Memetics Institute as the Acting CEO. In light of the situation, and full recognition of your importance to Industrial Memetics and The MemeStreams Community, your status will be classified as "on sabbatical".

Industrial Memetics will make a formal press announcement sometime within the next 24-hours.

We fully expect that your sabbatical will be short yet fruitful. It should be noted that in your entire service since our great company's founding in September of 2001, you have not taken a vacation.

I look forward to seeing if what happens in Vegas, truly stays in Vegas.

Nick Levay, Acting CEO, Industrial Memetics Institute

I assume the helm. Stay the course..

Mike Lynn Is Being Investigated by the FBI
Topic: Miscellaneous 2:55 pm EDT, Jul 29, 2005

This is an annoyingly short article about how Mike is now getting probed by the FBI because of ISS.

Mike Lynn Is Being Investigated by the FBI

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