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Canada leads the way (once again)

Fast eclipsing it’s southern neighbour, Canada took the final leap today and legalized weed.

The FIRST G7 Nation to do so, Canada becomes the second country after Uruguay (of all places) to completely allow marijuana use by its citizens without reproach of prosecution. Pushing it one step further, forthcoming full pardons for simple pot possession are expected soon. GO CANADA!

SMART ! The tourism is going to go batshit next summer as those poor Americans head north to herb country.

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”

FRANKENFONE© | Can YOU put it down?

It’s a brave new world. And it’s affecting you daily in a most insidious way – the death of intimacy and the lost art of conversation. Many people simply cannot relate to others unless a keyboard is present. Read the rest of this entry »

Whew!, I’m Pooped.

English: Cardinal Jorge M. Bergoglio SJ, Archb...

English: Cardinal Jorge M. Bergoglio SJ, Archbishop of Buenos Aires, celebrating mass at the XX Exposición del Libro Católico (20th Catholic Book Fair), in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Español: Cardenal Jorge M. Bergoglio SJ, Arzobispo de Buenos Aires, celebrando misa en la XX Exposición del Libro Católico, en Buenos Aires, Argentina. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It's fucking RAINING and I can damn well watch TV at the HOTEL!!

It’s fucking RAINING and I can damn well watch TV at the CONVENT! – WTF people!

Er, should I say POped. After months in Italia, our extended stay has come to an end with a crowning of sorts – the 1.5 Billion Catholics around the world seemed to surround us as we attended (in the rain no less) the Vatican’s Pope Show, waiting intently for that wisp of white smoke – siganlling the Cardinals have successfully elected the next Pope.

He is (Hmmm… no women, eh?) Bueno Aires Bishop, Jorge Bergoglio (see our Twitter feed) and he has teken the names Pope Francis the 1st after St. Francis of Assissi. I see the people sround us going apeshit and one almost made me drop this phone. Gotta get the hell out of here and back to the vino to celebrate – wish me luck making it to the other side of the square 🙂

See you back on the air on April 1st. Can’t wait – it’s time to speak fucking ENGLISH once more !!

2012 Cometh ~ Best Wishes 2 U

Before going full force into the New Year, let’s take a second to reflect on the great year behind us. We welcomed more readers into our fold, created a new VIP lounge in Afterhourz®, launched the new mobile platform, and gave our Listeners Toolbar an awesome facelift. More to come in 2012!

We’ve also made our share of New Year’s resolutions. Got some of your own?
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URSULA | Gezwitscher

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Ein neuer Trend hat das internet erobert. “Twitter – inzwischen kennt es (fast) jeder. Und jeder, der meint, sein small-talk wäre es wert und dürfe den Mitmenschen, hier „Followers“ genannt, nicht vorenthalten werden, fasst diesen in höchstens 140 Zeichen zusammen und zwitschert fröhlich drauflos.  In kürzeren oder längeren Abständen lässt er alle Followers an seinem mehr oder weniger interessanten Tagesablauf teilhaben – hier und da untermalt mit Fotos, die man ebenfalls und ergänzend ins Netz stellen kann. Man bekommt fast den Eindruck, die Ärmsten haben niemanden, der ihnen zuhört und dass sie ihre Selbstgespräche in der Hoffnung auf Resonanz dann eben veröffentlichen. Alles, was sie tun, sehen, hören oder was ihnen sonst noch begegnet, wird auf Twitter kommentiert. Untersuchungen zufolge nimmt dies bei nicht wenigen Nutzern sogar suchtartige Züge an. Es wird gezwitschert, was das Zeug hält, notfalls werden die „Tweets“ auch vom iPhone geschickt, wenn man nicht am PC sein kann.
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Many Twitters are quitters: study

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Today’s Twitters are often tomorrow’s quitters, according to data that questions the long-term success of the latest social networking sensation used by celebrities from Oprah Winfrey to Britney Spears.

Data from Nielsen Online, which measures Internet traffic, found that more than 60 percent of Twitter users stopped using the free social networking site a month after joining.
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