Al Qaeda Jihad Magazine ‘Inspire’ Publishes Its First Swimsuit Issue


“We have no doubt our swimsuit issue will succeed in attracting new recruits, young and old,
chomping at the bit to slaughter non-believing women and children around the world. Nothing inspires a man to maim and kill like the allure of a beautiful woman. Our magazine’s readers are very excited to gaze at our lovely swimsuit models in-between enjoying articles on decapitation and disemboweling techniques. And our upcoming pocket sized swimsuit calender will help to arouse a jihadists’ cravings before annihilating a busload of school children or executing the elderly nursing home residents.”
-- Daily Rash
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14 Hidden Things to Look for at Disneyland


Before boarding the Mark Twain riverboat, find one of the Disney cast members and ask them if you can visit the wheelhouse. They’ll lead you to the second floor, where you’ll see a door marked “Private.” Knock on the door and the captain will lead you to a secret ladder to the wheelhouse, where you can steer and pilot the riverboat. You’ll also get a chance to ring the Mark Twain’s bell and sound its whistle like a real riverboat captain! Once you finish, just ask for a certificate and sign the guestbook, which features all the people who also steered the riverboat in the past. | Mental Floss
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Works for Me!

If you have a dishwasher, throw in a washing packet and a 1/2 teaspoon of a product you can find in the paint aisle of your home center called TSP or Tri-Sodium-Phosphate. This is the wonderful phosphate product they removed from the good working dishwasing detergent and it will boost the current detergent significantly. Deep Clean Greasy Stove Grates with the Help of Boiling Water
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The feral aren't the feral because, say, the educational system is defective

— although it is defective and fundamentally so, we're now 24th in the world.
Education fails to engage and redirect the feral because it's built around the fantasy that everybody will be smart and nice if nurtured just so. No they won't. No amount of education can improve the incurious. They will become what they admire—the stunningly stupid, criminally improvident and violently impulsive. They know it and we know it. The difference is, they admit it and we don't.
ol remus and the woodpile report
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Man prevails because he has a hole card: he's the most creatively violent species the planet has ever produced.


Oh, we feel guilty about it, we rationalize, we excuse, yet murder and mayhem is our default.
Now consider which part of our population is growing faster. The ever-so-sensitive peddlers of tolerance and understanding aren't even replacing themselves while the coldly vicious and minimally sentient multiply unchecked. They can scarcely use tools much less make them, nor can they organize themselves much less anything else. But they are violent as a first option; irrationally, unpredictably, homicidally and proudly so. It is they who are prevailing, not their over-aware and over-educated keepers. You'd think smart people would notice these things. ol remus and the woodpile report

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You'll be canceling your HBO subscription in the next five minutes.

... and I will still have beat you to it. HBO, Beyond the Pale | Power Line There is an HBO program called “True Blood”
that apparently is about vampires–way to be cutting edge, right? In its most recent episode, it featured a Ted Cruz fundraiser at the George W. Bush presidential library. In the clip below, you can see the characters discussing the fact that only “assholes” are going to the Ted Cruz event, while a woman, having dressed for the event, describes herself as a “Republicunt.” The clip concludes with a vampire saying that of all the horrible things he has seen in the last 100 years, the Ted Cruz fundraiser is the worst.

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Honey, You’re Scaring the Kids


If it happens in the afternoon, do we run toward home, or away from the city and the blast? If it happens at night, do we let our parents huddle over us in the basement, or do we stand on the rooftop, chests forward, praying the first shock wave dematerializes our family without pain? —Vol. 2, No. 3—The Appendix
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In last Wednesday’s number of the Life with Archie series, the redheaded, eternally youthful hero took a bullet for a gay politician.

This scenario represents progress of a sort, in that the homosexual character isn’t the one who dies this time.
The gay counterpoint to the “magical negro” is what you might call the “tragical homo,” a pop culture trope exhaustively catalogued in Vito Russo’s 1981 classic The Celluloid Closet. But we’re well into a new century, and gays have milked that Harvey dry, I guess. Time to switch it up, and make the straight guy the “lovable but doomed best friend” instead.
Comic Con Job - Taki's Magazine

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The reality is that we have no mainstream “conservative” media, at all,

nor could have under the conditions the retired Pope Benedict described under the phrase,
“the dictatorship of relativism.” What we have, as soi-disant “conservative,” is instead “populist” — at several levels of dignity, mostly crass tabloid. And, the pomposity of journalists who wish to appropriate the higher-brow term, to give themselves the appearance of modest elevation above the moral and intellectual mire.
On news judgement : Essays in Idleness
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Fuck it. Have the duck anyway.


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And for dessert....


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The truth is that Michael Sam seems more interested in being professionally gay

than being a pro-football player; so Tony Dungy’s right to say he’ll be a circus.
In fact, the reaction to Dungy’s innocuous comments prove it. People said the same sort of thing about Tim Tebow a zillion times and guess what? Tebow is out of the league even though Tebow’s popularity, position, and talent level made him much more of an asset to a team than Sam. Yet, you have liberals going nuts because Tony Dungy said what 31 teams in the league probably think of Michael Sam.
-- John Hawkins | Right Wing News
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It is not our salvation that is precarious:

if we want it, we can have it (at least have salvation at some level, albeit not usually a high level - yet vastly better than anything we could now experience). Rather it is damnation that is precarious - because it must be chosen; and ultimately it must be chosen in knowledge of the consequences. Do not despair! Damnation hangs by a thread.
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Study Break


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My secret lust for right-wing women

I have slept with women who write for the New Statesman and women who write for the Daily Telegraph and I can’t honestly claim that one lot is better than the other.
But there are certain post-coital benefits that come with women of the right. They never subject a man to the music of Nick Drake or Nina Simone. As good libertarians, they don’t mind if you smoke in bed or pick up a newspaper or roll over and go to sleep — come to think of it, that’s what they are more likely to do. Nor do you ever have to lie in bed and watch some mawkish film about Nelson Mandela or one made by Michael Moore. (They don’t think you’re demented because you’d rather watch Die Hard.) And right-wing women never think that leaving the toilet seat up is a passive-aggressive act of patriarchy.
» The Spectator
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Recent polls show Karen Lewis, the Jabba the Hut-like leader of Chicago’s Teachers,

the odds-on favorite to unseat Rahm Emmanuel and become the next Mayor of Chicago.
We are seeing the end of the Oligarch bargain: welfare and various privileges in exchange for votes. Instead, the South African model, of the ANC dominance and control over everything, is rapidly coming to the fore. The fate of nearly all cities in America of any real size is Black political control. And that has some interesting results.
The Fall of the City of Chicago | whiskeysplace
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The Cult of Leftism has many tenets,

and it demands full compliance with all of them, but nothing in its creed compares to the sanctity of their two great sacraments: child murder and sodomy.
You must not question these, but tolerance alone will not be good enough. You must celebrate them, too. You must worship at their altar. You must sing hallelujah at the mention of their names. You must fight for a society where infanticide and gay sex are awarded a protected and privileged position. When a man decides to kill babies for a living, you must call him a ‘health care provider’ and a ‘healer.’ When a man decides to announce to the world that he enjoys sex with other men, you must call him a ‘hero’ and a ‘pioneer.’ You must quite literally give him awards for his courage.
- - The Matt Walsh Blog
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Adopt a Detroiter's Water Pipes!

Help Pay a Detroiter's Water Bill | Truth Revolt Two young women, Tiffani Ashley Bell and Kristy Tillman, decided it was time to do something about the thousands of Detroit citizens who are overdue on their water bills and are receiving shut-off notices by the Detroit Water and Sewage Department. So they started a website called Detroit Water Project.
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The light that never goes out


The light has achieved celebrity status and has its own Guinness World Record.
It was installed in the Livermore Fire Station in 1901 and has been turned off only for about a week since then. It was designed by Adolphe Chailet whose bulb designs have been known to last longer than Edison's inventions.
10 Fascinating Old Things that Still Work
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Black Captain America vs. Black Jesus (a.k.a. Don’t Mind Me, I’m Just Going to Vomit in the Corner)


if I thought Black Jesus was going to be anything other than minstrel-like shenanigans, I’d be excited.
But the truth of the matter is that the minstrel—whether it be a white person in blackface, or a black person shucking-n-jiving—is alive and well, even though it needs to be laid to rest with a stake made of a fried chicken drumstick driven through its heart.
| BadAzz MoFo
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One might go sentence by sentence

through any of the news reports I have seen, to show comprehensively sloppy thinking, and therefore slop where any reporting is attempted, but what would be achieved?
Another million plops will land even as the first is being shovelled. Meanwhile the still formidable resources of mainstream news media are assigned not to find out what is happening in Mosul, but on e.g. “Carrie shows new side,” “Darling gets big gift,” “Upton barely covers up,” and “Veggies you may really like.”
On news judgement : Essays in Idleness
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Middle class America is no less violent than any other people.

They seem passive because they're results oriented.
They rise not out of blood frenzy but to solve the otherwise insoluble. Their methods of choice are good will, cooperation, forbearance, negotiation and finally, appeasement, roughly in that order. Only when these fail to end the abuse do they revert to blowback. And they do so irretrievably. Once the course is set and the outcome defined, doubt is put aside. The middle class is known, condemned actually, for carrying out violence with the efficiency of an industrial project where bloody destruction at any scale is not only in play, it's a metric. Remorse is left for the next generation, they'll have the leisure for it. We'd like to believe this is merely dark speculation. History says it isn't.
ol remus and the woodpile report
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Hillary ("Because Vagina") Clinton's Crowning Achievement

Libya, according to Rand Paul is a “jihadist wonderland” and every militant wants to go there.

There’s a lot of action. Militias are battling for the control of Tripoli’s airport. “Tank shells, rockets and artillery rained down on the airport and surrounding districts as militias from Misrata fought others from Zintan who are in control of the airport.” What more could anyone want?
Belmont Club » Wonderland

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There May Not Always Be an England


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To be or not to be, that is the question facing the state.

Harsh, cruel measures, especially in blocking the flow of refugees, are what survival as a state will require in a 4GW world.
We need to send the kids home. The Italian Navy needs to be sinking the boats refugees are using to cross the Med, not helping them make it to Italian ports. Norway needs to send its Somalis back to Somalia (the Norwegian government had to print a brochure in Somali saying, “No, it’s not OK to rape Norwegian women who are out in public without a male relative.). To be or not to be, that is the question facing the state.
The View From Olympus: South Wind | traditionalRIGHT
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South Wind

The Times reported that “Last week, in . . . Santa Barbara (Honduras), an 11-year old boy had his throat slit by other children, because he did not pay a 50-cent extortion fee.”
Welcome to the world without the state. Life is, as Thomas Hobbes put it, nasty, brutish, and short. Gangs are a common element in 4GW, which is what these children find themselves caught up in. Childhood as we know it, which is a Victorian creation, vanishes. Child fighters were common before the Victorian period; 18th century Royal Navy warships often had 12-year old midshipmen and children as young as eight serving as powder monkeys. In other parts of today’s world where the state has broken down, child soldiers are normal.
- -The View From Olympus
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It's Quiet Out There. Too Quiet


The sun has gone quiet… solar cycle 24 continues to rank as one of the weakest cycles more than a century:
'If history is a guide, it is safe to say that weak solar activity for a prolonged period of time can have a negative impact on global temperatures in the troposphere which is the bottom-most layer of Earth’s atmosphere - and where we all live.'

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Drove to SFO yesterday

-- HappyAcres
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Ann - Margret

Outside Las Vegas 1969

Now, at 73, Ann-Margret continues to shine.
She recently signed on for a recurring role on Showtime's Ray Donovan, opposite Liev Schreiber and Jon Voight, playing an aging Hollywood star—a part she knows something about. Fellow Hollywood veteran and old friend George Hamilton recently visited her at her Beverly Hills home, which she shares with her husband of 47 years (and longtime manager), Roger Smith.
Interview Magazine

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We live in an era of opinions.

In the Internet economy — in which I am a loyal and grateful participant!
— loud voices are more than just currency, they’re coal. The Outrage Industrial Complex burns all day and all night with Twitter as its blistering engine room. A constant stream of fuel is necessary to keep the entire enterprise afloat, and so any event, be it the collapse of a government or the cancellation of a sitcom, is greeted with a near instantaneous torrent of reaction.
The Internet Has a "Louie"€™ Problem
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Should have let him play in the street more often....


A young Barack Obama riding a tricycle during the early years in Hawaii, in the 1960s, vintage everyday
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Anti-Matter Thunderstorms

NASA's Fermi Catches Thunderstorms Hurling Antimatter into Space Scientists using NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope have detected beams of antimatter produced above thunderstorms on Earth, a phenomenon never seen before.
Scientists think the antimatter particles were formed in a terrestrial gamma-ray flash (TGF), a brief burst produced inside thunderstorms and shown to be associated with lightning. It is estimated that about 500 TGFs occur daily worldwide, but most go undetected. "These signals are the first direct evidence that thunderstorms make antimatter particle beams," said Michael Briggs, a member of Fermi's Gamma-ray Burst Monitor (GBM) team at the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH).

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Would that be Bono or Sonny Bono?

CUI BONO? Literally meaning "who benefits?,"
cui bono? is a rhetorical Latin legal phrase used to imply that whoever appears to have the most to gain from a crime is probably the culprit. More generally, it’s used in English to question the meaningfulness or advantages of carrying something out.
20 Latin Phrases You Should Be Using | Mental Floss
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Let the lessons of Obama sink in.

America has been in a low estate before; it is in a low estate now.
Let the Democrats bear the blame for what they have created. Do nothing to distract Americans from contemplating the wreckage Obama will leave behind. I am not disappointed in Obama because, for some accident of personal disposition and education, I have never had the slightest belief he was anything but an over-promoted semi-intellectual academic parading as an African-American version of black man. I have always considered him 100% fatuous. A near nullity. More people are slowly coming to this view, as they abandon false hopes.
Impeach Obama? - Barrel Strength
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