Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Baby Bigfoot?

So I'm about to set off for a weekend in the wilderness. And when I say wilderness I mean peeing in the woods and no internet. So nothing is like the great outdoors, and in the outdoors there is always a chance to run into bigfoot or poison ivy.

Here is a new video from Wisconsin, in which the person thinks he captured a baby bigfoot on a thermal camera.

Blogsquatcher---The videographer had this to say:
A baby bigfoot is seen here on the ground looking up to a branch in a tree just before it leaps up and swings through the tree's.
A photo later of a person 5 foot 6 inches, has shown this baby bigfoot is about 4 foot tall.
I don't know how the videographer knows it's a bigfoot. Maybe he'll answer some polite questions. I can see what looks like legs as it runs away, but it's so briefly on screen, I really am not sure what I see.

UPDATE: The videographer, who goes by the screen name replures, replied to my questions this way:
I was standing on the ground, and fell to my knee to start recording.
The reason I say bigfoot, is because it has the profile of a humanoid just before it leaps for the trees, and the reason I know its not a human is because of its speed and stealth through the branches.
I did go back to the spot with a person, and had the person stand where this thing was, the person stands 5 foot 6 inches tall, from this estimate the critter is 4 foot tall.
I would have to argue that I'm not so sure it has a profile of a humanoid in that brief moment before it leaps out of frame (which I cannot, unfortunately, get the YouTube file to freeze on..). I see something that looks a bit like a tail shooting off to the left. I also see what looks like ears up on the top. If I were going to guess, I'd say it was a fox or some other canid. It doesn't look like it's going up into a tree to me, either. It looks like the shot is at an angle down toward the ground, and the animal simply trots away.

Personally I think it is a cat.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Bilderberg is ready to emplode the economy

If you have been paying attention to this blog, you should know that I hate the Bilderberg Group. There secret little tea parties drive me nuts. The Bidlerberg group is the most powerful organization in the world, and now Bilderberg experts have predicted their next move.

Corbert Report---Observers of the annual elitist confab known as Bilderberg have long known that plans discussed at the conference quickly become reality. In 2002, Bilderberg researcher Jim Tucker correctly predicted that the Iraq war would start in March 2003 (not late 2002, as many were predicting at the time). In 2006, Daniel Estulin correctly forecast the popping of the housing bubble and subsequent economic crash, a possibility that most talking heads in the corporate media were laughing at at the time. In 2008, Tucker forecast a dramatic drop in oil prices while most analysts were fretting about the possibility of $200 a barrel oil. Tucker and Estulin have proven so stunningly accurate in their predictions not because they have a crystal ball, but because they have sources inside the Bilderberg Group and other organizations where financial oligarchs and their political puppets make decisions about our geopolitical future.

2009 is not even half over, but it seems the forecasts made by both Estulin and Tucker based on their 2009 Bilderberg sources are already proving to be accurate. In a phone interview conducted as this year's conference was getting underway in Greece, Daniel Estulin warned The Corbett Report that the powers that be were preparing to run up the stock market one final time in order to draw the masses back into investing before crashing the market. Now, a worrying new report suggests that this is precisely the case as corporate executives start ditching their stocks at a rate not seen in years. Watch an excerpt from the interview in the video player below:

If what they are predicting is accurate, this falls in line with what I have been saying about a major economy hit that will occur in October. More precisely right around October 19th.

And I don't want to hear anything about Reinhardt. Since the last post about accurately predicting the economy collapse I did a little homework. Apparently Reinhardt predicted a "major storm" in May 2009. And I said a couple hundred point drop, which it did. There was no fucking major economical storm. Just a little drop.

theLucky---The Legatus will meet for there Pro-Life Pilgrimage on May 6-8. So I am thinking that this will be mostly them just trying to gather up funds to spew their pro-life Nazi views. So I am not anticipating a major market drop. But there will be at least couple hundred drop in the dow on May 11 or12th.

And for you Reinhardt lovers out there, he is also charging $700 to access his exclusive information. While you Mo Fo's can get better shit here for free!

Picture of the day

Faux News has republican South Carolina Governor as a Democrat now. They are unbelievable.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

9/11 FEMA videographer speaks out

Here is a exclusive interview done by Volitire Network. It focuses on FEMA 9/11 videographer Kurt Sonnefield. Who had spent a month at ground zero. It leads to some interesting insight of the governments involvement with the attacks. This is a very interesting read.

Volitire Net--- Kurt Sonnenfeld: There were many things, in hindsight, that were disturbing at Ground Zero. It was odd to me that I was dispatched to go to New York even before the second plane hit the South Tower, while the media was still reporting only that a “small plane” had collided with the North Tower — far too small of a catastrophe at that point to involve FEMA . FEMA was mobilized within minutes, whereas it took ten days for it to deploy to New Orleans to respond to Hurricane Katrina, even with abundant advance warning! It was odd to me that all cameras were so fiercely prohibited within the secured perimeter of Ground Zero, that the entire area was declared a crime scene and yet the “evidence” within that crime scene was so rapidly removed and destroyed. And then it was very odd to me when I learned that FEMA and several other federal agencies had already moved into position at their command center at Pier 92 on September 10th, one day before the attacks!

Many things in the Official 9/11 report are just wrong.
We are asked to believe that all four of the “indestructible” black boxes of the two jets that struck the twin towers were never found because they were completely vaporized, yet I have footage of the rubber wheels of the landing gear nearly undamaged, as well as the seats, parts of the fuselage and a jet turbine that were absolutely not vaporized. This being said, I do find it rather odd that such objects could have survived fairly intact the type of destruction that turned most of the Twin Towers into thin dust. And I definitely harbor some doubts about the authenticity of the “jet” turbine, far too small to have come from one of the Boeings!

Parts of landing gear that was said to never have been found.
Here is the engine that was suppose to be never found.

It has been known for a long time that FEMA was onsite in New York ready for action on Monday.

Its also amazing how FEMA could accurately predict incoming mass murder/disaster and was able to setup a day before the planes hit. Ironically it took them 8 days to act for the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

Mr. Sonnefield questioned the crime scene as well. This was labeled as a terrorist attack, where thousands of people died. But the investigation was not taking serious at all. Evidence quickly removed then destroyed. The investigation was practically a joke, no money was used in the investigating.

The Columbia Space Shuttle investigation in which only 7 people died cost $175 million.

The Monica Lewinsky blow job investigation cost $30 million.

The 9/11 investigation budget was originally only $3 million. But then added another 11 million. Which roughly came out to only 15 million.

So if this guy could blow the lid off the lies which surround what happened on 9/11 why is he in exile in Argentina?
You explained that your request for refugee status within the terms of the Geneva 1951 Convention is still being considered by the Argentinean Senate, while in 2005 you were granted political asylum, albeit, on a provisional basis. That probably makes you the first U.S. citizen in that situation! And no doubt the first U.S. Government official with direct exposure to the events surrounding September 11, 2001 who has “blown the whistle”. Is this what drove you into exile?

This is because he is suspected in killing his wife. Nothing like discrediting a witness. The only thing the media will report about this guy is that he is a murderer. This is how the government protects itself. If you know something that you shouldn't, and they view you as a threat, they will either "remove you" or make you out to be a crazy loony that kills people. This is how it works.

Rocky Mountain News---A former Federal Emergency Management Agency videographer accused of killing his wife in Denver is seeking political asylum in Argentina, claiming the U.S. government wants him silenced for what he saw in the smoldering ruins of the Twin Towers after 9/11.

Kurt Sonnenfeld's efforts to avoid extradition have gained interest from human rights organizations in South America and broad attention from conspiracy theorists on the Internet.

Sonnenfeld, 44, is charged with first-degree murder in the New Year's Day 2002 shooting death of his 36-year-old wife, Nancy, at the couple's home in Congress Park.

The case caused a sensation at the time, with friends describing Nancy as among the city's "beautiful people" and the two as "madly in love."

The charges against Sonnenfeld were dismissed just before trial in June 2002 after a note written by Nancy Sonnenfeld was found that supported Kurt Sonnenfeld's contention that she took her own life.

New charges were filed in 2004, however, after two Denver jail inmates came forward to say Sonnenfeld had confessed to them during his time in custody. By then, Sonnenfeld had remarried and was living in Argentina.

This is like a movie plot. Hey at least he is alive unlike other 9/11 whistle blowers.

And I don't want to even get into how many UFO whistleblowers have been silenced.

I am glad that the Argentina government granted him political asylum. At least one country is not afraid to recognize the tyranny of the US government. Hopefully Mr. Sonnefeld has some evidence in his possession in which someday can be used to prosecute those responsibly for the murder of many Americans.

Friday, June 19, 2009

NASA hair brain ideas to save the environment

I am coming at the environment hard these last two weeks. And it continues. If you think ideas from Al Gore on how to improve the environment are nuts how bout some from NASA's top scientists.

NASA would like to move the earth.

Nasa aims to move Earth

Scientists' answer to global warming: nudge the planet farther from Sun

The Guardian---Scientists have found an unusual way to prevent our planet overheating: move it to a cooler spot.

All you have to do is hurtle a few comets at Earth, and its orbit will be altered. Our world will then be sent spinning into a safer, colder part of the solar system.

This startling idea of improving our interplanetary neighbourhood is the brainchild of a group of Nasa engineers and American astronomers who say their plan could add another six billion years to the useful lifetime of our planet - effectively doubling its working life.

'The technology is not at all far-fetched,' said Dr Greg Laughlin, of the Nasa Ames Research Center in California. 'It involves the same techniques that people now suggest could be used to deflect asteroids or comets heading towards Earth. We don't need raw power to move Earth, we just require delicacy of planning and manoeuvring.'

The plan put forward by Dr Laughlin, and his colleagues Don Korycansky and Fred Adams, involves carefully directing a comet or asteroid so that it sweeps close past our planet and transfers some of its gravitational energy to Earth.

'Earth's orbital speed would increase as a result and we would move to a higher orbit away from the Sun,' Laughlin said.

Engineers would then direct their comet so that it passed close to Jupiter or Saturn, where the reverse process would occur. It would pick up energy from one of these giant planets. Later its orbit would bring it back to Earth, and the process would be repeated.

Yes, moving the earth seems like a logical way to combat global climate change. This sounds like something Cartman from South Park would think of.

If that is not crazy enough, how about blowing up the moon?
Stabilizing our Weather by Destroying the Moon

Unexplainable---A University professor has a moonstruck solution to the Earth's weather problems. He wants to blow up the moon - or at least send it somewhere else. "It's the only way to rid the world of scorching deserts and artic winters," says Professor Alexander Abian, a mathematician at the University of Iowa. He claims that by getting rid of the moon, the Earth will then be able to shift into a "more desirable orbit." The suggestion which has been greeted with hoots and hollers from the world's scientific community, has been presented by the 65-year old Armenian-born expert to the American government. Abian suggests strategically placed hydrogen bombs on the Earth's satellite can either blow it apart, or send it careening into outer space, maybe even into the sun. It all depends where you put the charges, he says. "We've been held hostage by the moon for 5 million years, and we've been subjected to violent extremes in weather, not to mention that the planet is slowly becoming a desert. "It's time for a change." The change would make our weather less extreme, turn our deserts into fertile farm land, and make the north and south polar regions livable. But other scientists disagree, suggesting the professor might be moonstruck. "If you lose the moon, you LOSE THE TIDES. And if you melt the polar caps, you're going to flood the seacosts of every continent," one scientist explains.
This article was from 2005, is blowing up the moon about to happen in the next few days?

NASA is planning spectacular mission to bomb the Moon

The Mirror---There are no aliens up there, as far as we know, but the Americans are preparing to bomb the moon.

A space mission blasted off from Cape Canaveral today carrying a missile that will fire a hole deep in the lunar surface.

But this is no gung-ho display of firepower – it is actually a serious quest for water.

Nasa scientists expect the blast to send out a plume of debris visible from Earth.

They want to see if any water or vapour is revealed in the huge space cloud.

If so, it could provide vital supplies for a moonbase.

The moon is mostly dry desert but ice may be trapped in craters which never see sunlight.

The unmanned LCROSS mission – it stands for Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite – will fire a Centaur rocket into the surface at twice the speed of a bullet.

An accompanying spacecraft will orbit the moon for a year looking for possible landing sites for astronauts.

So next time you here a crazy idea on to save the environment, it probably not as crazy as NASA's ideas.

My new favorite website

Under my blog list you fill find Universal Record Database. Its fucking awesome. Pretty much you just make up a world record, film it, and then you are the record holder. I want a world record. I think I can beat the fastest beer shotgun.

William Paul knifed open a 12-ounce can of Bud Light and shotgunned it in 2.78 seconds, a new world record. Paul beat the existing record by more than 2.5 seconds.

Paul achieved the feat at a New Year's Eve party in Grand Forks, North Dakota on December 31, 2008. Samantha Gallagher was present as a witness.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Man bets and loses $21,000 on baseball game decided by a flock of seagulls

Deadspin---Betting on a mid-June AL Central baseball game seems like a brilliant path to financial freedom, but believe it or not, there are dangers. Like a flock of birds attacking Coco Crisp and costing you a $38,000 payday.

Aaron Smith, of (I assume) Las Vegas, put down two bets totaling $21,750 on last Thursday's matchup between the Royals and Indians, What would possess someone to do such a thing? Well, Zack Greinke was pitching and that guy like ... never loses.

If you don't know what happened, here is the video. The game went into extra innings and was decided when a ball took a bad bounce off a seagull. This is why you shouldn't bet on baseball.

EDIT:MLB will probably pull this video any second.

Picture of the day

The Guardian---At midday in Beijing today the sky turned black as midnight, as one of the most spectacular storms in recent memory struck the Chinese capital.

Thunder clouds blocked the sun from 11am, forcing the authorities to turn on streetlamps, offices to blaze with fluorescent lights and cars to drive with their headlights on.

During the darkest period, around 11.20am, office cooler, classroom, Twitter and Facebook gossip turned apocalyptic with many half-jokingly prophesying the end of the world and new weather weapons, while others wondered publicly about a secret solar eclipse or the death of the sun.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Picture of the day

I haven't had a picture of the day in a while, I thought this was funny.

Politics and the Environment

Yesterday the White House came out with a report saying that the environment is going to shit. And unfortunately if you believe this or not, really depends on your political view, and not if it is actually factually correct.

But the truth is, the earth is going down the shitter. Last week I tried to explain the difference between global warming and global climate change. Global warming is a natural occurring thing. And global climate change is man made. The whole world is experiencing global climate change, and the White House report reflects on that.

Scientific America---For instance, since 1900 global average temperatures have risen 1.5ºF and are expected to rise another 2ºF given emissions already in the atmosphere but not yet reflected in slow-moving climate systems.

Yet temperatures are rising faster over land than over the ocean and more during the winter than any other season. The result, according to scientists, is that winter temperatures across the Great Plains and Midwest are now some 7º warmer than historical norms.
And that means a reduction in Great Lakes ice cover, which leads to more evaporation, lower water levels, and consequent impacts on shipping, infrastructure, beaches and ecosystems.

Meanwhile the Caribbean and Southeast will see increases in wind, rain and storm surges. California and the Southwest will see drier summers. All will see impacts to human health, water supply, agriculture and other aspects of society, the report's authors concluded.

In Chicago, for instance, annual heat-related deaths per six million people could rise from less than 200 that the city saw in the mid-1970s to almost 700 one generation from now.

In the Northwest, the spring snow pack has already declined 25 percent over the past 40 to 70 years. It will likely shrink another 40 percent by the 2040s, the report said, seriously stressing water supplies, agricultural production and hydropower.

This is exactly what I pointed out last week. Man made effects will change the weather all over the world. It doesn't necessarily mean that it is going to start getting hot everywhere. In some places yes, in other places the exact opposite will happen.

These are facts, they can not be disputed. But if you look at how the Conservatives view this same report, you get a different outlook.

The Heritage Foundation---The Obama administration climate report identifies a number of impacts from global warming including “increases in heavy downpours, rising temperature and sea level”; “increased heat, pests, water stress, diseases, and weather extremes”; and increased “heat stress, waterborne diseases, poor air quality, extreme weather events, and diseases transmitted by insects and rodents.” These are all bad. But how bad? The report does not put a price tag on any of these maladies. But the report does identify some benefits from global warming including “thawing permafrost, lengthening growing seasons”, and “earlier snowmelt.” As Manhattan Institute senior fellow Jim Manzi has noted the U.S. should not expect any net economic damage from global warming before 2100. So the net threat for the United States from global warming over the next 90 years is essentially zero.

Reading stuff like this scares the shit out of me. Because this is all about greed. When you sacrifice the environment (“thawing permafrost, lengthening growing seasons”, and “earlier snowmelt.”) for economic gains that is so 1940's. Even in this tough economic times people need to realize we only have one planet. If we destroy it, that's it. We can't go to another one. This one is ours and we are responsibly for taking care of it. But when you have politicians that deny to even recognize the facts, then it makes me wonder what their agendas are? Big Oil?

If humans continue down this path, the earth is going to end up like the movie Water World. And we know how bad that movie sucked.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Am I the only one that thinks this is a bad idea?

Blind, deaf man to lead expedition

Trip will take 20 children through Amazon

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - Bill Barkeley spoke Monday downtown Grand Rapids in honor of the fifth anniversary of the Hearing Loss Association of America.

Barkeley has Usher's syndrome, which has caused him to progressively go blind and deaf starting at age 28.

But he doesn't let anything slow him down. In 2007, Barkeley conquered Mount Kilimanjaro, documenting his entire journey. Now, he is spreading his motivational message.

Barkeley will lead an expedition called Hear the World next year, taking 20 hearing-impaired children to the Amazon.

Hey I am all for people with disabilities accomplishing great feats in life. I think it puts an explanation point on how bad my life sucks. But the blind leading the blind in the Amazon Jungle is not something that I would want to be a part of.

What are the parents of these children thinking? Why would they ever let their blind kids go on a jungle safari with a blind and deaf person leading them. This has the recipe for a epic fail.

Here are my odds on what I think will happen.

  • 2/5 someone catches a disease (malaria/yellow fever)
  • 2/1 someone gets bite by a snake
  • 100000/1 someone gets whacked in the face with a branch that someone thinks that they are holding for them
  • 10/1 someone falls off or down a cliff
  • 13/1 group gets attacked by indigenous people
  • 4/1 group gets attacked by monkeys
  • 2/1 someone gets lost
All the best to them, I hope they all come back.

Strange ring appears over UK amusement park

Strange indeed. But I have seen this before. Rings like this have been appearing for decades.

Monday, June 15, 2009

Billerica's Town Manager gets it

This is for everyone that has been to, or knows about Billerica. I like to think Billerica is in some permanent time vortex where time stands still. Apparently so did the former Town Manger when he busted out these awesome quotes.

Some individuals, and I'm not one of them, are stuck in the '80s

Wendy's is considered to them to be a wonderful thing.

I look at [Billerica] as a town that needs a lot of work.

I'm just saying that you don't photograph well. You don't have curb appeal.


Wow, I couldn't have said any better myself. Except for that Wendy's comment because it is the only Wendy's for like 20 square miles, so that shit is a wonderful thing. It's still the only town in America where guy's still peg their jeans, old ladies have more shoulder padding then the football team, and it has the highest hair spray per capita in the world.

Seriously next to Mac 2's, Tom Glavine, and dumb chicks with fake boobs nothing positive has ever come out of Billerica. The Town Manager who quit after making these quotes is obviously a outsider. He sees what people have been seeing in Billerica for decades, possibly for centuries. So I understand why he quit after saying these things. Because people in Billerica like living decades behind modern fashion and technology. (Most popular car is the Iroc-Z) This guy was rocking the boat. Billerica needs a leader that is willing to wear (MC) Hammer pants with Doc Martens. Not some guy that wants to better the town. So good for Billerica.

Friday, June 12, 2009

Friday's Failure of the day

What a arse! Have a good weekend bitches!

Kid Falls 28ft Out Of Tree - Watch more Funny Videos

Friday, I am to lazy links

  • Elderly man has shit beating out of him. TCPlam
  • Teen gets hit by 30,000 mph meteorite. Mirror
  • Women who missed fatal Air France flight dies anyways. Times Online
  • Two dudes marry tree. Guess they got wood. Chron.com
  • Smart women have better sex. Mail Online
  • Obama takes on Federal Reserve Bank=dead Presidents.(must read) MINA
  • That chick from the Hills is posing for Playboy, no not LC. Dlisted
  • Iran gets their voting ballots from Florida. The Guardian
  • Lions loose in Hotlanta. WSBTV
  • GPS gives really, really bad directions. WSBTV
  • And the video of the day. A bird attacking people in the streets of San Fransico.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Its time to tackle the environment

I have been dodging it for awhile, but I need to start making some environmental topics. Specially when I read stuff like this.

Global warming? Not so fast, skeptics say at meeting

Pilot Online---U.S. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher was in a froth, and his audience loved it.

The California Republican was talking about global warming and could barely contain his disgust.

"Al Gore has been wrong all along!" Rohrabacher yelled into the microphone. "This is outrageous! All of this is wrong! The people who have stifled this debate have an agenda that is just frightening!"

Welcome to the third annual International Conference on Climate Change, a daylong session of speeches and scientific presentations that took place Tuesday just blocks from the U.S. Capitol. Almost no media covered the event.

Organized by The Heartland Institute and other conservative think tanks and groups, the conference drew about 250 guests, most of them researchers and policy analysts, some from as far away as Japan and Australia.

Poor Al Gore. Its like his name has now been Munsoned, whenever the term Global Warming comes up. Its bad enough that he got screwed out of the Presidency because of some fake votes, and now he gets continually kicked when he is down.

People like to point out that Al Gore created the notion of Global Warming. And when ever a tidbit of anti-global warming data comes out, they like to throw it in his face. These are same people that probably thought Al Gore created the internet, and curse at him when their computer get a virus.

Something that I learned a long time ago, and it is even more true today is POLITICIANS ARE NOT SCIENTIST! They have no fucking clue on anything to do with science. 99% can't tell you the difference between a cirrus cloud or a cumulus cloud. They take a stance (either for or against) on the environment because of their on political agenda. Not because they know what they are taking about.

Al Gore saw his chance as a "green" candidate and rode with it. His degree is in politics, not anything to do with environmental causes. Gore is just merely a spokesman for the environment. It does not necessarily mean that he knows what he is talking about all the time.

Which leads me to the term global warming. I hate this fucking term. People think that global warming means the whole planet is getting warm. Its very misleading. Anti-environmentalist jump all over this every time some cold weather data pops up. There is no global warming. None, do not think that the earth is instantly a Hot Pocket cooked too long in the microwave.
The correct term is Global Climate Change.

It is well documented that for billions of years the earth temperatures fluxes up and down. This has been happening without any human involvement. It is mainly due to the tilt of the earth's axis and the sun's rays. Currently the earth is between ice ages. So in theory, if anything, we should be shifting towards a natural colder environment.

That is of course if man does not interfere. Which it is doing.

Its a no brainier that the burning of fossil fuels causes greenhouses gases to accumulate. I fully believe that naturally the earth can handle the amount of man made gases through photosynthesis. Just take in consideration how much methane (greenhouse gas) cows produce. Estimates go as high as 14% of all greenhouses are caused by cows.

Go back 100's of millions of years ago where giant herbivore dinosaurs roamed the land, and just think about their farts. If a cow can produce 100-200 liters of methane per day, how much did a brontosaurs make? Plus back then the earth was not as stable as it is now. Volcanic activity was through the roof. If you consider at today standards, where there is not too much volcanic activity going on. Volcano's produce 1/100 of greenhouses emission of what humans produce. So volcano's kick out 100,000,000 tons of CO2 per year, compared to 10,000,000,000 from humans. I think it is impossible to forecast this but with the amount of volcanic activity during the Cretaceous Period can be somewhat compared to the amount of emissions humans make.

So my point is back when the dinosaurs did their thing I think the CO2 and other greenhouse gases were similar or higher then what they are now. And global warming did not kill the dinosaurs. Actually it could have, because no one really knows. Wouldn't that be a kicker.

Lets say it didn't. The earth does a good job in dealing with all those unwanted gases. That is because the earth can buffer the greenhouses gases. It does this through photosynthesis.

Global CO2 levels are always lower during summer months (depends on the hemisphere). Because that is when photosynthesis is the highest. The problem with this today is that humans are destroying the buffer system to handle the CO2 emissions. There is simply not enough trees anymore. Deforestation is the reason why global warming is even a topic. If humans stop destroying rainforest and logging trees, then the earth should be able to take care of itself. In regards to greenhouse gases.

But we are rapidly losing trees. Only 30% of land is still considered forest. Each year we lose a size of Panama to deforestation. And replanting trees is greatly lagging behind. Without trees we have no efficient natural way to remove the large amounts of CO2 humans produce.

Just look what happened on Easter Island. Once all the trees were cut down on the island, everything died. This can and will happen to the whole earth if we continue to deforest at the rate we are doing it.

The world's forest, especially the rainforest are the key for a stable environment. We are already started to see the repercussions of man. Climates are changing. People get brainwashed with this global warming nonsense and are just looking for warmer temperature and rising sea water. Well, in some places they may find it and other places they will find the opposite. And that is because it is global climate change. Deforestation and greenhouse emissions are changing normal weather patterns. Places that use to be deserts are now getting rain, wetlands are drying up, ice caps are melting, and I am having long ass cold winters. If this was a natural earth occurrence then fine. But its not, all of this have been happening with in the last few decades. And man is the only person to blame.

To wrap this all up. Do not believe in global warming. The whole earth is going through a climate change in which man is causing. The main factor behind this is the destruction of our forests. So if you want to make a difference, go out and plant a tree.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Women sues Cap'n Crunch

Judge kills suit claiming 'crunchberrries' aren't real fruit

USA Today---This tale of an attempted cereal killing comes to you courtesy of the legal blog Lowering the Bar.

A federal judge in California has dismissed a complaint filed by a San Diego woman who had bought "Cap'n Crunch with Crunchberries" for four years believing the cereal contained real berries.

Janine Sugawara cried fraud when she learned the "berries" were only colored cereal balls flavored with strawberry concentrate. She sued the manufacturer on behalf of all crunchberry-eating Americans.

Judge Morrison England Jr. drowned the claim with the milk of common sense:

"This Court is not aware of, nor has Plaintiff alleged the existence of, any actual fruit referred to as a "crunchberry."

Well I didn't see this coming. I am not a cereal eater, but when I do. I usually go with the Cap'n. Nah, not this one. Ruins my morning.
More like this happy guy.
I am actually a huge fan of the Christmas Crunch.
I love my crunchberries as much as the next guy, but it looks like this women loves them more than me. I am not sure why it took her four years to read the side of the box that has the ingredients. Probably because she is fat, or too busy doing the games on the back of the box.
I actually feel bad for this lady. Because once I was tricked in a Nigerian internet scam that my colored cereal balls were actually fruit as well. So I know how this women feels. And what is this world coming to? If crunchberries aren't real, what's next? Tomorrow I probably read how snozberries aren't real.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

News from late night talk shows

Late night shows are usually on too late for me to watch. That is why I watch them on the internet.

Couple of amazing things happened in the past week on late night shows. For one on Conan, Ryan Seacrest showed a picture of himself as a kid. And he looks like a chubbier version of me at the same age.

The only thing Seacrest is missing is the head gear, and the head gear head marks.

The other truly amazing thing from late night TV occurred on the Jimmy Fallon show. When did he get a show?

Anyways, Zack Morris showed up. And looked exactly the same as when he was at Bayside High.

There are way too many useless studies done by academia insitutions

I saw this in Cosmopolitian. And why do I read Cosmo? Because I can.

Beer goggles are a myth!

Cosmo---In a groundbreaking discovery, scientists have found that there's not such thing as "beer goggles" (they were taking a break from finding a cure for cancer, you see). In fact, alcohol actually has the opposite effect, and makes men see women as less attractive. Researchers asked 240 men and women (half of whom had consumed alcohol, to varying effects) to rate photos of women on their attractiveness, and to try to guess their ages. While women found it more difficult to guess the ages of the women in the photos when inebriated, men did not.

Dr Vincent Egan, from the University of Leicester, said: "This study suggests that alcohol consumption and make-up use do not interfere with how old we perceive someone to be.

"Another interesting finding was that overall participants who drank alcohol actually rated all the women in the photos as less attractive, compared to the participants who hadn't drunk alcohol. This seemingly flies in the face of the commonly held notion of 'beer goggles'."

The lesson? Don't get tanked - you'll find that guy at the bar a lot more enticing.

This makes no fucking sense. Anyone who had ever drank if their life knows what beer goggles are. And there fucking real.

I would love to see how Dr. Vincent Egan proposed this study for grant money. Something along the lines of getting people drunk and see if they hump ugly people.

I think everyday I read about some useless study that some professor does at some school that is absolutely useless. What possibly benefits do useless studies have to society? For awhile I thought they provide none.

But I figure some that douche will need to do a study on everything. If something hasn't been done before, then someone will do it. That is just the nature of useless studies.

If your going to wasting money, might as well do it scientifically. Because what else would colleges be spending money on, education?

Here are some useless studies that I would like to see done.

  • The study on why fat people move so slowly, unless there is a open seat on the train, in which they turn instantly into a gazelle.
  • The study on how many dingleberries a adult male produces in a year.
  • The study on how some vegetarian's are fat.
  • The study on why there are still Americans that don't believe 9/11 was a inside job. (really this boggles my mind)
  • The study on why girls say one thing, but actually mean something else.
  • The study on why I hate fat people.
  • The study on where socks go when you wash your clothes.
  • The study on why nut jobs continue to think corn chips, stains in windows, poo stains on the floor, and other shit are actually imagines of Jesus.
So these are a couple useless studies that I would like to see done. I figure that stupid studies will always get done, so instead of always bitching about them. Might as well throw my ideas out there, and hope one of my studies get a paper written.

Monday, June 8, 2009

What did I do?

The weekend is over, and I am sure people are wondering what I did. I ended up getting my twirl on and going to a Phish show.
EDIT: If you dance they will come.

Weirdo Kid Starts Huge Dance Party - Watch more Funny Videos

Friday, June 5, 2009

What to do?

I think for the first time I have nothing to write about. Sure I can always blog about silly crap. Like making fun of this alien cult that want to built a Las Vegas theme park.
(LAS VEGAS, Nv) -- The Raelian Movement is announcing plans to build a UFOland in Las Vegas where visitors can attend a Happiness Academy and see a full-size replica of a UFO.

But some days I just ain't feeling it. And today is one of those days. I thought I was going to take today off from the blog game. You know the game can wear you down, but I said fuck it.

The larger question is what the hell am I going to do this weekend? There is 100% chance that I will be drunk, and that will probably be very soon. But where do I consume mass quantities of alcohol and with who? That is my problem at the moment.

I could go to a beer fest this weekend. Last time I went to one it was fun, but the person I went with then has now turned into this person.

I could lame out and catch up on some summer movies, but that is just lame.

I could do some reading, and catch up on some blog stuff. But where is the excitement for that.

I could do something exciting and become a superhero. Apparently this is quite popular now.
Funny Pictures

CNN---As people become disillusioned from financial woes and a downtrodden economy and look to put new purpose in their lives, everyday folks are taking on new personas to perform community service, help the homeless and even fight crime.

"The movement is growing," said Ben Goldman, a real-life superhero historian. Goldman, along with Chaim "Life" Lazaros and David "Civitron" Civitarese, runs the New York-based Web site Superheroes Anonymous as part of an initiative dedicated to organizing and making alliances with superhero groups.

But I am just way to pretty to be risking life and limb on the mean streets. Plus I am just a pussy, that will end up injured. Even though I would probably look good in tights.

So I am left with a lot of questions on what I should do? This is the first weekend in a while I don't have anything planned, and I am not sure how to handle it. Most likely I will sit on my ass.

Feel free to offer suggestions.

Thursday, June 4, 2009

More of Champ

Some enhanced videos.

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Media now picking up the Champ story

Champ mystery grows

Burlington Free Press---A cell-phone video of a “creature” that appears to be swimming in Lake Champlain near Oakledge Park in Burlington last weekend is sparking renewed discussion about “Champ,” the lake’s legendary monster. The nearly 2-minute video, taken at sunrise Sunday by Burlington resident Eric Olsen, 37, shows an object moving across the mouth of the small cove and beach area at the park.

At several points during the video, the object appears to raise its “head” a foot or more above the water’s surface. At other times a portion of what appears to be a torso, several feet in length, also can been seen.

“I was just filming the water when, out of the corner of my eye, I saw something move, and I turned toward it and tried to zoom in on it,” said Olsen, a Web site developer and musician.

Glad to see that some attention is being drawn to this video. I will still say that it is some sort of quadruped, probably a deer. But here some some screen shots from the video.

When you compare these photos with the famous 1977 photo of Champ it does look a little similar.

Personally I always thought this photo was fake.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

I am overdue for someone to sue me

Blogger jailed in Anna Nicole Smith defamation suit

Breitbart---A real estate agent in Houston who blogged about Anna Nicole Smith was jailed for contempt last week in a defamation case brought by the late Playboy model's mother.

Legal experts said bloggers are increasingly the targets of such litigation, which are testing the bounds of free speech.

So I write a lot of crazy shit. So I figure it is only a matter of time before someone throws a lawsuit at me. I have been threaten before. Like the time I posted the cure for cancer. And the random shout out of a slander suit, from this post.

It is only a matter of time as I see it.

New video of Champ

I have a shit load going on this week so not to many posts. I don't want to hear any bitching. But this is fresh footage shot over the weekend in Vermont of Champ the Lake Monster. Here is the quote from the video.

I shot this video of SOMETHING in the lake at Oakledge Park on Sunday (05/31/09) early am (0530 or so). I don’t know what the eff it is but it’s definitely not normal…Was anyone else out and about around Oakledge on Sunday just after sunrise?

Very strange video. Tough to tell if it is a hoax or not, I suppose someone could be swimming underneath the water, but is that worth it for a youtube video?

It also could be a female moose swimming across the water. It is defiantly moving on its own so it is not a log. I will try and get some zoomed in stills later.