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Archive for October, 2009

The Houdini Halloween Séances

Harry Houdini, the ultimate Showman

The world's most famous magician and escape artist, could not escape one thing - his own death. Harry Houdini died on October 31, 1926.

Every Halloween since 1927, a séance has been held to see if legendary magician Harry Houdini would try to contact the living from the world beyond death.
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Pope Benedict’s Limousine Ride

1938 Fiat 2800 Berlina

After getting all of Pope Benedict’s luggage loaded into the limo, (and he doesn’t travel light), the driver notices the Pope is still standing on the curb.

Excuse me, Your Holiness, says the driver, Would you please take your seat so we can leave?

Well, to tell you the truth, says the Pope, they never let me drive at the Vatican when I was a cardinal, and I’d really like to drive today.

Im sorry, Your Holiness, but I cannot let you do that. I’d lose my job! What if something should happen? protests the driver, wishing he had never gone to work that morning…

Who’s going to tell? says the Pope with a smile.
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2009 | Whippin’-it-Out to Win!™

Elephant Penis

Penis, stuffed and mounted on a wooden board

Prizes for Gold, Silver and Bronzed Dick (ouch!)

SHELLEY | Mary (Godwin) Wollstonecraft 1797-1851

Frankenstein Book Cover

The Modern Prometheus

The title of the novel refers to a scientist, Victor Frankenstein, who learns how to create life and creates a being in the likeness of man, but larger than average and more powerful. The story has had an influence across literature and popular culture and spawned a complete genre of horror stories and films. It is often considered the first fully realized science fiction novel due to its pointed, if gruesome, focus on playing God by creating life from dead flesh.
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1God1Jesus | Seeking Salvation


A Drunk man is stumbling through the woods totally drunk when he comes upon a preacher baptizing people in the river.

He proceeds to walk into the water and subsequently bumps into the preacher.
The preacher turns around and is almost overcome by the smell of alcohol whereupon he asks the drunk

‘Are you ready to find Jesus?’

The drunk shouts ‘Yes I am!’
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ANONYMOUS vs Scientolofucks

SUNDAY Series® | Don’t Be Evil… relax, have a cookie!

Why You Shouldn’t Trust Google

Did you know that Google stores a unique identifier in a cookie on your PC, which allows them to track the keywords you search for? They use this information to compile reports, track user habits, and test features. In the future, it is possible they could even sell this information or share it with others. Even worse, Google’s cookie isn’t set to expire until the year 2038, unless you delete it first.

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Curious Sheep

The livestock auction in Colfax was the highlight of my summers in Iowa. It was every Saturday at 1 p.m. By the time I was 14, I was an experienced bidder. Grampa let me know what he needed and what he wanted to pay and I would bid.
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WTF? | Amerika’s Richest Men

See if you can spot the pattern below...

See if you can spot the pattern below...

Gates, William III, age 53
Harvard U, Drop Out

Ellison, Lawrence, Age 65
University of Chicago, Drop Out

Paul Allen, age 56
Washington State U, Drop Out

Steven Jobs, Age 54
Reed C, Drop Out

Geffen, David, 66
U of Texas Austin, Drop Out

Dell, Michael, Age 44
U of Texas Austin, Drop Out

WIKI | Internet Censorship

Internet blackholes
Reporters Without Borders Internet censorship ratings. No censorship Some censorship Under surveillance Internet black holes (most heavily censored nations)

Internet censorship is control or suppression of the publishing or accessing of information on the Internet. The legal issues are similar to offline censorship.

One difference is that national borders are more permeable online: residents of a country that bans certain information can find it on websites hosted outside the country. A government can try to prevent its citizens from viewing these even if it has no control over the websites themselves.

Filtering can be based on a blacklist or be dynamic. In the case of a blacklist, that list is usually not published. The list may be produced manually or automatically.

Barring total control on Internet-connected computers, such as in North Korea, total censorship of information on the Internet is very difficult (or impossible) to achieve due to the underlying distributed technology of the Internet. Pseudonymity and data havens (such as Freenet) allow unconditional free speech, as the technology guarantees that material cannot be removed and the author of any information is impossible to link to a physical identity or organization.


There are a number of resources that allow users to bypass the technical aspects of Internet censorship. Each solution has differing ease of use, speed, and security from other options.
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JOKE | a gorilla walks into a bar

Punched Monkey

A gorilla walks into a bar and orders a martini.
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Long Nights, Impossible odds…

Give me a job, give me security
Give me a chance to survive
I’m just a poor soul in the unemployment line
My god, i’m hardly alive…

My mother and father, my wife and my friends
I see them laugh in my face
But i’ve got the power, and i’ve got the will
I’m not a charity case!
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JAPAN | Advancing Robotics!

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INTERNET | makin’ that 1st Mil

Seth Sternberg is the CEO and co-founder of Meebo

Seth Sternberg is the CEO and co-founder of Meebo

Finding your co-founders
Source: Meebo Blog, October 11, 2009meebo-logo

This is the third in a series of posts on how to form your own startup from scratch. Like the last one, this post can also be found over on TechCrunch.

The number one question you all asked after reading my last blog post about starting a business from scratch was “how do I find my co-founders?”
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