Tuesday, November 25 gave rise to...

Butcher Pete Will Not Disappoint You.

roy brown wrote songs.



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Friday, November 21 gave rise to...

Khat Trafficking Somalian Pirates: The New York Times Was On This Shit Weeks Before The Tanker Got Jacked

modern pirates.

As you probably know, the truth about pirates is that they never went away; they just became less visible to Westerners because they don't do so much business in the Atlantic these days (versus a few hundred years ago).

There has been a lot in the news about Somalian Pirates lately, because they hijacked some ship (feel free to search for this, I won't distract you with links). The truth is that pirates are really fucking interesting. If you ask the pirates (and that's what The Times did), their actions are totally justifiable in an unjust world.

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Thursday, November 20 gave rise to...

Gmail Themes, Wow


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Monday, November 17 gave rise to...

First Snow!

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Saturday, November 15 gave rise to...


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Friday, November 14 gave rise to...

What Jimmy Said...

"This could be the coldest winter ever not due to the climate, but because of the recession . . . smoke a blunt, stay warm." -- Jim Jones


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Wednesday, November 12 gave rise to...

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Thursday, November 6 gave rise to...

1955: Jimmy Durante Sings 'September Song'. Hotch-cha-cha-cha-cha!

(September will restart in about 10 months time.)

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Wednesday, November 5 gave rise to...

Holy Shit: Plane Carrying Mexico's Interior Minister Crashes Into Mexico City; Foul Play Possible

Transport Minister Luis Tellez said the crash in Tuesday evening rush hour traffic had been an accident, amid speculation that it had been caused by a deliberate attack on two key players in the government's crackdown on drug trafficking.

"There have been no signs that permit another hypothesis than an accident, but investigations will explore all possibilities," Tellez said in a statement.

The deaths of Interior Minister Juan Camilo Mourino and security advisor Jose Luis Santiago Vasconcelos were a massive blow to the government's anti-drug strategy.

Mourino had led a government campaign against mounting drug-related violence -- in which some 4,000 have died so far this year -- including the deployment of some 36,000 troops across the country.

Full Story @ NYTimes

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Tuesday, November 4 gave rise to...

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