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What are you gonna do, play with your prick for another 30 years? ... George Carlin

Ananova: Ex-Van Halen frontman knocks himself out of tour
Topic: Arts 12:09 pm EDT, Sep 24, 2003

"David Lee Roth has cancelled the rest of his US tour after injuring himself performing "a very fast, complicated 15th-century samurai move" during a recent performance.

The former Van Halen frontman, who is known for his athleticism, was performing a gig in Philadelphia when he cracked his face with a long piece of wood."

I hope somebody taped this.

Ananova: Ex-Van Halen frontman knocks himself out of tour

Patriot Act, Part II - Fucking Insane
Topic: Society 11:55 am EDT, Sep 24, 2003

] Patriot Act II would give the government broad powers to
] seize documents and force testimony without a court
] order, expand use of the death penalty and make it harder
] to be released on bail. None of these tools are necessary
] to fight terrorism, and each threatens to infringe on the
] civil liberties of Americans.
] The most troubling part of the new plan is the call for
] expanding government access to private data, allowing
] federal agents to issue subpoenas for private medical,
] financial and other records, without a court order. The
] lack of judicial oversight removes an important check on
] government misconduct. Record holders would be required
] to comply, or face prison, and would be barred from
] telling anyone about the subpoena.

These people obviously did not understand the phrase "Give me liberty or give me death" On most days freedom, on occasion- Death, this is the thrill of freedom.

Patriot Act, Part II - Fucking Insane

Unbrand America
Topic: Miscellaneous 3:21 pm EDT, Sep 22, 2003

] It's a go: Adbusters' Unbrand America TV Spot is poised
] to hit the airwaves. We've wrangled a 30-second chunk of
] national airtime. More than half a million tubes, all
] ours. Watch it- with everyone else tuned to CNN- Monday,
] September 22, around 4:30 EST.
] To get this far has been serious work. For months we've
] been stonewalled. Sure, we shopped our Black Spot to the
] usual suspects at NBC, CBS, ABC, FOX. We even tried MTV.
] "We don't deal in free speech," chorused the networks.
] Check out all the sorry details here.
] Sadly, the response was expected. In the land of the
] free, the business of censorship is booming.
] Well, Adbusters isn't buying in. Keep your eyes peeled
] over the next few months. Plans are in the works for a
] big pushback. The agenda: Media Democracy.

Unbrand America

Chatbot bids to fool humans
Topic: Technology 12:01 pm EDT, Sep 22, 2003

" A computer program designed to talk like a human is preparing for its biggest test in its bid to be truly "intelligent".

Loebner Prize finalist Rollo Carpenter with his bot Jabberwacky
Rollo Carpenter has high hopes for Jabberwacky

Jabberwacky lives on a computer hard drive, tells jokes, uses slang, sometimes swears and can be quite a confrontational conversationalist. "

Chat rooms in the future will just be filled with these things selling porn to one another.

Chatbot bids to fool humans

bonsai kitten
Topic: Miscellaneous 3:59 pm EDT, Sep 19, 2003


For centuries, people in the West have marveled at the delicate beauty produced by Oriental artists and sculptors. From gardening to tattooing to dance and martial arts, these craftsmen have enthralled us with complex forms and simplistic perfection. One of the most fascinating of the visual techniques to emerge from this highly cultured region is the Oriental art of miniature sculpture. Who has not been stricken with the expressive grace of Japanese Bonsai? Though once the sole province of Bonsai masters within Japan, Bonsai plants have been available to fortunate consumers throughout the world for some time. With this in mind, we are proud to now offer to you the animal complement of this art form; the Bonsai Kitten."

I know its a hoax, but I wonder how many people would try this...

bonsai kitten

i want i want i want
Topic: Miscellaneous 3:32 pm EDT, Sep 19, 2003

we need one of these, with an evil lab...

i want i want i want

Bush 9/11 Admission Gets Little Play
Topic: Current Events 2:58 pm EDT, Sep 19, 2003

"For months leading up this year's war on Iraq, the Bush administration implied that Saddam Hussein had a hand in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. The argument was well-received by Americans, and might have been the single leading factor behind public support for the U.S. invasion of Iraq. An oft-cited poll conducted by The Washington Post last month revealed that 69% of Americans continue to believe it likely that Hussein was personally involved in 9/11.

No real evidence to support this has emerged, however, leading some (including E&P, just last week) to declare that the media had failed in its duty to correct the public misperception.

So when President George Bush admitted on Wednesday, for the first time, that there was "no evidence that Hussein was involved with the September 11th" attacks, one would assume that would be big news and an opportunity for the press to make up for past failings."

We raise hell when the pot smoking president lies about getting a blowjob from a clerk, but dont care about the cokehead moron president's habit of lying about his reasons for feeding his murderous killing spree priapism.

Bush 9/11 Admission Gets Little Play

Wooster Collective : Stickers / Posters / Graf / Culture Jamming
Topic: Arts 2:05 pm EDT, Sep 19, 2003

This is a weblog on street art. (Random flyers and stickers that people post outdoors for no reason...) Some interesting pics here...

Wooster Collective : Stickers / Posters / Graf / Culture Jamming

Disney Animates Dalí's Flick
Topic: Arts 4:10 pm EDT, Sep 18, 2003

"In 1946, Walt Disney and Salvador Dalí, in one of cinema's oddest collaborations, teamed up on a short film called Destino. But Disney's studio ran into financial trouble and put the unfinished film on the shelf.

Now, 57 years later, a team of Disney animators has finished what Dalí started. The six-minute film, spearheaded by Walt's nephew Roy E. Disney and producer Baker Bloodworth (Dinosaur), premiered at the Annecy Animation Festival in June and is currently touring festivals worldwide. Recent stops include the Telluride, Montreal and Venice festivals, along with the Melbourne International Film Festival, where it won the grand prize for best short film. "

Disney Animates Dalí's Flick

Look Ma, No Projection Screen
Topic: Technology 4:04 pm EDT, Sep 18, 2003

"If two companies get their way, pretty soon you'll walk through virtual advertisements in the mall or view television programs the same way Luke Skywalker watched R2D2's playback of Princess Leia's distress message in the first Star Wars movie.

The images would float off your TV screen and into thin air, allowing you to interact with virtual characters right in the middle of your living room. "

Look Ma, No Projection Screen

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