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Do you know that a wall has two sides?

Missed this! THANX NADYA!!!

Celebrating Ten Years on the Air!

Unbelievable we have been at this since 2008. Our objectives remain valid and even more important for the internet’s citizens to protect FREE SPEECH. (Fuck you potus)

The Anonymous® Show is an internet radio programme that discusses a variety of weighty topics, including social issues. The Anonymity angle is also a way of poking fun at political correctness.

“I strongly believe there is NO acceptable form of censorship in a TRULY free society, only OPEN debate and discussion. That is true tolerance; the tolerance of another’s ideas. Too many people don’t express their feelings because they’re afraid of what other people might think. By helping them retain the internet’s cloak of anonymity, strangers can reveal what they would really like to say”

Photos to Leave You Mesmerized

Photo of the Year: Above the Polar Bear (Phantom 4 Pro)

More than 4400 submissions from 101 countries made it to the Aerial Photography Awards. Only seven have been selected as winners in the categories that include urban, wildlife, sport, people, nature, abstract and an overall photo of the year. The winning photo of the year went to a French photographer Florian Ledoux.

His shows a polar bear crossing over ice blue water. The photo was snapped in Nunavut while he was working on a report about wildlife in the area. Florian said, “I have witnessed incredible moments and scenes of the wild, but I can guarantee you that this, by far, is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen. I hope that future generations will still be able to witness the beauty and grandeur of the Arctic wildlife the same way we do today.”

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Couple waited nine years to open special wedding present!

the-lovely-couple

Kathy and Brandon Gunn have been married for 9 years, but until recently they still had one unopened wedding present sitting in their closet.

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It’s GROUNDHOG DAY! (again)

GROUNDHOG DAY, 1993

Groundhog Day

Groundhog Day is an american comedy film directed by Harold Ramis, starring Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell. It was written by Ramis and Danny Rubin.

Funny doesn’t begin to touch on the hidden content in this masterpiece. I love this movie. It’s perfect on so many levels. RARELY will I talk about American movies. I usually leave that up to the multi-zillion dollar machine designed solely for that purpose; mainstream american media.

But this piece, this is something DIFFERENT.

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Hilarious! – Mom gets a Tattoo


Every time she yells, i laugh even harder!!
I’m going to drop my iPad – fucking FUNNY !

3D URBAN ART in Stockholm Square

Mind your step is a street illusion at Sergels torg in Stockholm between 7-12 June 2011. It is created by photographer Erik Johansson and this video summarize the first three days. Hey, it was filmed in full-HD, so watch it in fullscreen please!

STOCKHOLM | Stairway to Heaven

TECH | i can’t hack IT any more!


Gone are the days of hero worship, being the most popular kid at school. No more thanks from the teachers while you give them free “IT training” ( which has been simplified by a factor of 10 to take into account the massive drag factor of their brain) caused by trying to understand a complex problem during a school assigned coffee break.

The computing world is a very different place now.

Hacking is no longer a true art form, born by geniuses of the past. It’s now the realm of script kiddies, social misfits and the criminal underworld.

Hackers were people who could fix anything, find problems or formulas to solve problems people didn’t even know existed. In fact most hackers of the 80’s worked at processor level and really understood the difference between an NAND and NOR gates.
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SUNDAY SERIES® | (1936) Robert Capa’s “Falling Soldier”


Robert Capa (October 22, 1913 – May 25, 1954), born Endre Ernő Friedmann, was a 20th century combat photographer and photojournalist who covered five different wars. His action photographs portray the violence of war with unique impact.
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SUNDAY Series® | 1922 – Carter Breaches Entrance to Tutankhamun’s Tomb!

Pyramid of Khafre and the Great Sphinx of Giza

Howard Carter (May 9 1874 – March 2 1939) was an English archaeologist and Egyptologist. Born in the London district of Kensington, his childhood was spent primarily in the market town of Swaffham, Norfolk, where he lived with his maiden aunts. He is most famous as the discoverer of KV62, the tomb of Tutankhamun in the Valley of the Kings, Luxor, Egypt.
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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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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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(Previously Enjoyed:-) BANKSY opens bizarre NY ‘pet shop’

BBC Bansky's Pet Shop

British graffiti artist Banksy has opened his first official exhibition in New York.

Set inside a fake pet store, works such as a robotic monkey and fish-fingers swimming in a goldfish bowl aim to question the relationship between human beings and animals.

BBC reporter Heather Alexander joined the Manhattan crowds for a look at the surreal menagerie.

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Moblin 2.0 Beta for Netbooks and Nettops Introduction

The future… looking friendly 🙂

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