Archive | July, 2009

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Obama Axes Pentagon War Machine Plan

Posted on 31 July 2009 by Thraxxus

On a more serious note, today President Obama, in his infinite wisdom, made a major budget cut on our defense. When does the madness stop? Thanks again Mr. President for weakening our country!

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New Korian Nazi Masked Leader Speaks on Youtube

Posted on 31 July 2009 by Five0ClockCharlie

Listen as Masked Chong aka Finger My Shitter speaks to the world.
be warned he might actually be wanted by his mommy as he stole her panties.

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Yesterday was Bliss today not so much FU Friday#444

Posted on 31 July 2009 by Five0ClockCharlie

One day you find your self happily in love.  You get married and you do shit like this at your wedding!!!

No more than a week later you realize that you were not in love you just like the funky music and the sex.  Down side to it all was the sex wasn’t that great and you had not actually done the dirty deed with the new bride.  The next thing you know you are here.

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ZA Watch 2009

Posted on 30 July 2009 by Five0ClockCharlie

We here at BB HQ spend a lot of time talking about very important things. Of which would be the Zombie Apocalypse.  It seems that geeks of every level have not only been plotting how to deal with the zombies but also how to make them. My guess is that the world population of geeks is that we are bored with everyday life and need something exciting to happen. As I was reading through my RSS feeds this morning I ran across two interesting pieces of art.  I call them art because they represent what we might be driving in the next few years.

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Schoolin those Zombies in the Death Bus

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Takin out the Trash with Trash-a-nator

Keep your dial tuned to BB ZA HQ for more up to the moment ZA news and updates

Over and Out

Photos Graciously Borrowed from TheBrothersBrick

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Truck Garden

Posted on 30 July 2009 by Thraxxus

In our ever changing world (mostly for the worse) I found this to be a clever idea. It shows that life can grow anywhere, including in the back of an old dodge truck. Inspiring. Reminds me of sites and ideas like this and Willie Nelson’s version. The grand daddy of them all is these guys.

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Why all the hype around the Flu?

Posted on 29 July 2009 by scanjack

Well Science Adviser Holdren is all for it ….

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Kids in the Hall – The Doctor Skit

Posted on 29 July 2009 by Thraxxus

Always loved this one – reminds me quite a bit of my own doctor, I think.

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Paris Hilton – Sex, Lies and Stupidity

Posted on 29 July 2009 by Thraxxus

So there is this article on msnbc.com that talks about this new “documentary” coming out called Paris-Not France which is focussed entirely on rich gutter slut Paris Hilton. Am I being harsh? Nope. Think this through – the only reason that women ever became famous was her parent’s Hotel Empire. That is it. She got a singing career from it. She got a movie career from it. She got a TV series from it. Was she talented in any of them? I argue no – but hey I have terrible taste.

Ironically the best piece of media she ever did is the one that supposedly hurts her the most – and the one she pretended she never knew about when it happened – that of course being her porno.  I love her quotes on the subject:

“It was definitely very painful,” Paris said. “When you trust someone and love someone — for them to do that to you, it’s really hard… It’s something that bothers me everyday.” (MSNBC)

And this one is priceless:

“By putting it in the film, it was really hard for me to have it in there, because it’s something I never discussed,” Paris told Tony. “But I also think it’s a big learning lesson, because I think a lot of girls, when they’re in a relationship, they will love someone and trust them and maybe let them do that. I know that’s happened to a lot of people… And you never know what they could do with it.”

The wording on this one had me in stitches:

“Well, obviously I was humiliated, embarrassed and in shock that it happened,” Paris explained. “It wasn’t my fault, it was something that someone did to me, so I’ve just learned to be a strong woman, and nothing can hurt me at this point.”

Allow me a moment to be classless – what was done to you? What part? The filming? The Sex? the obviously faked moans from you? But of course, you knew nothing of the VIDEO CAMERA PLACED DIRECTLY IN FRONT OF YOU IN THE ROOM THAT YOU ACTUALLY TALKED TO AT ONE POINT.

And to answer your question – no I never saw the film. 😛

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H1N1 Flu Vaccines and you …

Posted on 28 July 2009 by scanjack

Just more information on the tasty treats that are vaccines.

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William Shatner Does Palin

Posted on 28 July 2009 by Thraxxus

Love my article title. Enjoy. Shatner is a Greek God.

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Michael Vick

Posted on 28 July 2009 by Thraxxus

Let me start by saying the following: in the history of the NFL there have been few players as physically talented as Michael Vick. I can name a few, Bo being one (if you don’t know who that is stop reading) and Barry Sanders another – but the comparisons are not important and will end up in the same place as the “who would win: Tyson or Ali?” argument. Simply put: Michael Vick being reinstated is an atrocity. Allow me to explain.

The only reason that Vick is being reinstated is that he will sell tickets, period. In fact, it is the same reason that Tyson was reinstated after biting off Hollyfield’s ear. Don’t get me wrong, I was a Tyson fan, especially in his Custamado focussed prime, but I was also was against him ever fighting again after he did that debacle. Sad how the amazing can fall, and who has fallen farther that Mike Tyson?

I enjoyed watching Michael Vick doing superhuman things on the football field, hell I even loved the Michael Vick Experience Commercial (supplied just below this paragraph) put together by Nike(what happened to their cool commericals anyway?), that aside him being as stupid as he was needs to be made into a message for all professional sports players – you remember them right? The guys that CHILDREN LOOK UP TO.

So what should have been done? In my opinion his career should have ended, period. The man who was paid something like 11 million per year, not including signing deals with companies like Nike, and who was a physical phenom couldn’t let go of his gangster attitude ultimately leading him down the path to funding a DOG FIGHTING CIRCUIT – which btw is a f’n felony. Yes, he did his time for that crime, but only with the legal system. His time professionally should be forever. When will we bring professional atheletes back down off of Mount Olympus to live with the rest of us where the Law is the Law?

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Pure Evil – Chiggers

Posted on 27 July 2009 by Thraxxus

I am from California. I moved to the Midwest 5 years ago, and thus prior to that was not familiar with these tiny little red creatures called Chiggers. I found this article on them that I am sharing with you because at present I am coated in chiggers bites and have been scratching my flesh off for the last 48 hours. Apparently they are “harmless”, although I can’t imagine how a bite that feels like it came from a f’n shark can possible be harmless.

I want them erradicated from the universe.

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Socially Anti-Social

Posted on 27 July 2009 by Thraxxus

With the Internet explosion inevitabley came the explosion of the Social Media based website – Facebook now holding the crown of big dog on the web. Of course with that explosion came the forced reconnection with every person you ever knew in your life span, and practically everyone they knew. In the end you end up with friend lists consisting of hundreds of people you rarely, if ever, talk to and hundreds more you probably don’t even know. As an example on my Facebook account I have dozens of friends with my quirky last name. Do I know any of them? Are any of the relatives? Nope and nope. So why are they friends of mine? Why do I get force fed their daily updates like some Guantanamo inmate being fed dog food for lunch?

With the ridiculous explosion of these sites came a new era of snobbery: The ignore option. Before you could receive an invite to become someone’s buddy, whereby, as I already covered, you’d get every update they post about their latest excursion the restroom after that mean carne asada burrito they had for lunch, where you’d be forced to either accept their buddy invite or openly shun them! Now you can graciously accept their invite and then go to your setting and choose ignore them! As far as they are concerned you two are now life long buddies who may one day give each other an organ when in reality they have been locked away forever in the whogivesashit dungeon and that your social network of choice empowered you with.

GlazedNConfused once wrote a bit on being dropped as a buddy and how totally anticlimactic that really was. With this new set of features (Facebook, Myspace and Twitter all have them) you ignore someone without offending them! Just think about it! Even more ways for us to be politically correct! Instead of telling JessicaBigboobs that her posts on what she had for breakfast every day are more boring that watching old people screw, in effect letting her know the nice way that she should choke on her own vomit, you can instead just ignore her in a kindly fashion so that she can go on torturing those who have yet to discover the ignore command. Splendid indeed.

Keep the inventions coming guys, soon social networking with be stomachable.

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Swedish lesbians suck sperm banks dry (FU Friday #333)

Posted on 24 July 2009 by admin

– Duff man juice also adding to chronic shortage…

There are some days you open up the internets and BAM there it is. Headlines you just cant make up.

Today’s Headline is brought to you by The Register

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Nature is Scary Shiz.

Posted on 23 July 2009 by Thraxxus

In this week’s WTF, I give you an article on New Zealand being moved a full foot closer to Australia via an earthquake. Think that through for a minute. Mother nature just decided that an entire island, witha  population in the milions, needed to move. And humans think we are powerful.

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You are all a bunch of useless feeders anyway …

Posted on 21 July 2009 by scanjack

I’m sure there is nothing to this. Everything is fine, just keep watching those TV shows, and sports spectaculars you love so much.

Happy New Year!

Until the link works again here is a part of the article:

(Also you can sign a petition online if you would like. This can help force government attention on this issue.)

Your right to eat healthy food and use supplements of your choice is rapidly vanishing, but every effort has been made to keep you in the dark about the coming nutricide. Codex Alimentarius is scheduled for full global implementation on December 31, 2009, and not a word has been spoken in main stream media about this threat to humanity. Yet, according to the projections of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), a minimum of 3 billion people will die from the Codex mandated vitamin and mineral guideline alone. As the clock ticks toward this irrevocable deadline, the Natural Solutions Foundation (NSF) and its medical director, Dr. Rima Laibow, are feverishly working to change Codex guidelines. They need your help.

Former Nazi is father of contemporary Codex

Forner Nazi Hermann Schmitz looked for an alternative to brute force for controlling people and realized that people could be controlled through their food supply.

featured stories   Billions of People Expected to Die Under Current Codex Alimentarius Guidelines
Herman Schmitz

Codex is the enemy of everyone except those who will profit from it, according to Dr. Laibow. She points to its association with those who committed crimes during the Nazi regime. At the end of World War II, the Nuremberg tribunal judged Nazis who had committed horrendous crimes against humanity and sentenced them to prison terms. One of those found guilty was the president of the megalithic corporation I.G. Farben, Hermann Schmitz. His company was the largest chemical manufacturing enterprise in the world, and had extraordinary political and economic power and influence with the Hitlerian Nazi state. Farben produced the gas used in the Nazi gas chambers, and the steal for the railroads built to transport people to their deaths.

While serving his prison term, Schmitz looked for an alternative to brute force for controlling people and realized that people could be controlled through their food supply. When he got out of prison, he went to his friends at the United Nations (UN) and laid out a plan to take over the control of food worldwide. A trade commission called Codex Alimentarius (Latin for food code) was re-created under the guise of it being a consumer protection commission. But Codex was never in the business of protecting people. It has always been about money and profits at the expense of people.

In 1962, the timetable was set for Codex to be fully implemented on a global level by December 31, 2009. Under Codex, committees were established to create guidelines on such topics as fish and fisheries, fats and oils, fruits and vegetables, ground nuts, nutrition, food for specialized uses, and vitamins and minerals. There were 27 committees in all, creating a huge bureaucracy. Under Codex there are over 4,000 guidelines and regulations on everything that can be put into your mouth with the exception of pharmaceuticals which are not regulated by Codex.

Codex is a weapon being used to reduce the level of nutrition worldwide

Codex is an industry dominated regulation setting organization, and as such has no legal standing. Participation in Codex is said to be voluntary. But Codex has risen to the level of de facto legal standing because Codex is administered by the WHO and FAO. They fund it and run it at the request of the UN. Since the WHO and FAO are supposed to be about health, there is conflict of interest. The committees of Codex work up guidelines, rules and regulations, and present them to a Codex commission for ratification. Once they are ratified and approved by consensus, they become mandatory for any country that is a member of the WHO.

Codex was accepted when the WTO was formed in 1994 as a means of harmonizing food standards globally for easy trade between countries. As a result, countries must harmonize with Codex if they want to have any standing in a trade dispute. When disputes arise and countries are pulled in to WTO, the one that is Codex compliant automatically wins, regardless of the merits of its case.

Dr. Laiblow sees codex as a weapon to make every nation scurry to become compliant to the decline in nutritional standards. She points out that compliance in the U.S. will mark the end of its consumer protection laws. Codex will not serve consumers. Codex will serve the interests of the medical, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, chemical, and big agricultural industries.

Under Codex, nutrients are classified as poisons

The Dietary Substances Health and Education Act (DSHEA), was signed into law in 1994 for the purpose of ensuring that safe and appropriately labeled products would remain available to those who wanted to use them. In the findings associated with this law, Congress stated that there may be a positive relationship between sound dietary practice and good health, and a connection between dietary supplement use, reduced health-care expenses, and disease prevention. Under DSHEA, nutrients and herbs are classified as food. There is no upper limit set, and access is freely given. Americans are allowed to have any nutrients they want, because under English common law, anything that is not expressly forbidden is permitted.

Codex, on the other hand, is based on Napoleonic law under which anything not expressly permitted is forbidden. Therefore, only what is expressly allowed under Codex will be permitted, and everything else is forbidden. In 1994, the same year DSHEA was signed, Codex had nutrients declared to be toxic and poisonous. And as poisons, they claimed people must be protected from them through the use of toxicology and risk assessment, under which scientists test small doses on animals until they are able to discern an impact. They then take the first sign of the most minimal impact and divide this amount by 100 to establish a safety margin required from these poisons. This means that the largest dose of any nutrient allowed under Codex is 1/100th of the amount shown to produce the first discernable impact.

Nutrients allowed under codex are limited to those on the positive list, expected to contain only 18 nutrients, one of them being fluoride. Dr. Laibow points out that although fluoride has no biological benefit whatsoever, it does make people complacent.

The codex proponents now have several bills before Congress designed to overturn and get rid of DSHEA. Once this is accomplished, the U.S. will have been harmonized with the vitamin and mineral guidelines of codex. High potency, therapeutically effective, significant nutrients will then be illegal in the way that heroin is illegal. They will not even be available by prescription.

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21st Century Traitors

Posted on 21 July 2009 by scanjack

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A Bit on Marketing

Posted on 21 July 2009 by Thraxxus

FiveOClockCharlie sent me this and its a fascinating read. The gist is how simple marketing strategy will make your marketing endevours more successful – and all from the mind of a 6 year old.

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Rob Liefeld

Posted on 20 July 2009 by GlazednConfused

I had totally forgotten about this guy until I dug up my old comic book collection. Classic.

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In Japan they are now eating…

Posted on 20 July 2009 by Thraxxus

Humans. WHAT THE FU^%&*#^&@#$^#$^%@#$?!?!?!?!

Fried Rice is is PEOPLE!!!!

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I usually avoid this “side show” birth certificate issue …..

Posted on 20 July 2009 by scanjack

not because I believe it unimportant, but there are many more pressing issues for the citizens of the United States to be made aware of (forced vaccinations, federalization of all State and local police forces, ending the illegal Private Federal Reserve Bank … etc.).

After promising on the campaign trail to not use Presidential Signing Statements (just search for Obama promises not to use signing statements), the first one was signed on inauguration day!

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Glen Beck Throws a Tantrum

Posted on 20 July 2009 by Five0ClockCharlie

Really grow up you ass hole. Just because you have a TV show does not make you better than any other 5 year old that throws a tantrum because mommy took away your lolly pop. PS learn the facts you pinhead.

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The Future of CGI is a Good Story

Posted on 19 July 2009 by GlazednConfused

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I just finished watching the latest Harry Potter film, and I can tell you without reservations that the special effects were awesome. At least I vaguely remember them as being awesome. You know, the usual: a Quidditch match in the snow, Death Eaters swirling around, another cool form of speedy transportation, Draco suddenly looking as old as me, etc. Why am I unsure of the CGI’s snazziness? Because they were perfectly executed. I can’t remember the last time a movie implemented Hollywood wizardry so perfectly throughout a plot. Compare this to Transformers (the second of which I refuse to watch in a theater), where the robotic shenanigans hit you over the head over and over for over for what feels like six hours. Even the first movie was 30 minutes too long, and the sequel is even longer. Doesn’t Michael Bay know that the shorter the movie, the more showings you can cram into a Saturday and everyone makes more money? I don’t know if I should respect or laugh at his disregard for this common-known Summer blockbuster factoid.

So the difference between these F/X-heavy epics is story. Now you may be thinking “Well DUH”, but there is no underestimating the value of a good story. Potter is based on one of the most popular book series of all-time, the other is written by a cabal who had somewhere around six projects going at the same time yet got paid roughly $8million for the Transformers 2 story. Now I finally understand why Hollywood is pillaging everywhere else for ideas – classic movies, not-so-classics, books, video games, board games(!). Pay me that much and I would write “Chinatown”, or at least outsource to some starving literature student that could do a better job.

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Review:

A good movie, probably one of the best theatrically. My favorite aspect of the Potter movies is that they are a who’s who of awesome British thespians. Keeping with the theme here comes Jim Broadbent, who never fails to disappoint. However, I am growing a little weary of the characters. I’m sure there will be some kind of revelation about Snape soon (I have not read the books), and I am looking forward to it. Until then, I never thought I’d tire of seeing Alan Rickman, but we have reached that point. Dumbedore is not far behind – I miss the growling Michael Gambon of “Layer Cake”. Rowling should just spin off the Luna Lovegood character into her own series, or write the screenplay. Her character, and the actress that plays her, is absolutely fascinating.

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A Little Religion on Friday

Posted on 17 July 2009 by Thraxxus

So I just returned from lunch. During lunch my 4 lunch partners and I were verbally chastized by our waitress who lamented that we were all going to hell because one of us brought up the concept of a strip club. Now understand this: we did not invent the strip club, nor were we actually talking about going to one. That said the simple fact that we were even discussing one had her religious panties in such a bunch that she explained to us how hell bound we really were. I avoided the bait as I did not wish to destroy someone’s universe today, but that did not stop me and two of my lunch partners from discussing the origin of the Bible on the way back to our office.

So without further ado I will link you now to an article that you may choose to read and/or ignore at will. Either way I found it both informative and entertaining – especially considering that I do not follow any organizated religions. notice how I put this article under the politics category on our website – yeah, I am that much of a jerk.

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Have We Not Learned Anything?

Posted on 17 July 2009 by Thraxxus

A Robot that lives on biomatter? Built by the military? REALLY!?!?!?

Do I really need to list every single novel and movie that tells us this is a bad idea?

We really do deserve to go extinct – and apparently the source of our extinction will be complete in 2020!

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