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CNN Anchor Asks Bill Nye If Global Warming Had Anything To Do With A Near-Earth Asteroid

Posted on February 12th, 2013 at 18:18 by John Sinteur in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ, Foyer of Ennui (just short of the Hall of Shame)


After wrapping up a Saturday afternoon segment on the impact climate change may have had on the extreme winter weather that hit the Northeast this weekend, CNN anchor Deb Feyerick turned to a feature on a large asteroid that will just miss earth as it passes by.

“We want to bring in our science guy, Bill Nye, and talk about something else that’s falling from the sky, and that is an asteroid,” said Feyerick. “What’s coming our way? Is this the effect of, perhaps, global warming? Or is this just some meteoric occasion?”

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  1. This shows the importance of blond hair as a qualification for “news anchor”.

Twitter, Amex enabling shopping, 140 characters at a time

Posted on February 12th, 2013 at 17:07 by John Sinteur in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ, If you're in marketing, kill yourself, What were they thinking?


According to an Amex Web page, the arrangement works like this. Amex cardholders first sync their card with Twitter. Then, when they come across products that are eligible to purchase under the plan — products that American Express will promote through a Twitter feed — they simply send out a tweet that includes a special hashtag. Amex will then send them an @-reply with a confirming hashtag. Finally, the buyer has to send out a second tweet with the special hashtag within 15 minutes.

I’m going to “synch” my credit card with my twitter account?

And I’m going to wait for them to send me tweets?

And then I’m going to tweet them back when I want to buy something?

Why would I want to do this?

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Facebook will be closed for maintenance between Feb 29-31

Posted on February 7th, 2013 at 18:40 by John Sinteur in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ, Funny!


Messages have been spreading on Facebook claiming that the social network will be closed between February 29th and February 31st, 2013.

And, of course, it’s kinda true. You won’t be able to log into Facebook on February 29th, February 30th or February 31st this year. Nor will you have much luck, although the messages don’t mention this, on June 31st.

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  1. Come on. You cant be that thick to fall for this one.

HTC gives a huge smartphone its own Mini feature phone

Posted on January 30th, 2013 at 17:25 by Desiato in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ, Funny!


Meet the HTC Mini. Though you might mistake it for the phone you had in 2006, it’s an accessory for the HTC Butterfly (known as the Droid DNA in the U.S.). Chinese Butterfly owners can use the Mini to make and take calls without removing their super-sized phones from their pockets.

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Al Qaeda Commander Killed for the Third Time

Posted on January 26th, 2013 at 16:34 by John Sinteur in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ


Al-Shihri, a “veteran jihadist,” traveled to Afghanistan shortly after the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks to fight coalition troops, only to be captured weeks later, according to West Point’s Combating Terrorism Center. He was sent to the U.S. prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, where he stayed for six years before being released to Saudi Arabia. There, he entered a so-called “jihadi rehab” program that attempted to turn terrorists into art students by getting them to get “negative energy out on paper,” as the program’s director told ABC News in 2009.

But just months after he supposedly entered the fingerpainting camp, al-Shihri reappeared in Yemen where he was suspected to have been behind a deadly bombing at the U.S. embassy there.

Wait, what? fingerpainting camp?

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  1. And just what colors were they going to paint their fingers? 🙂

  2. According to Pantone that would be Explosive Residue Emerald.

Record quarter, so better dump that stock!

Posted on January 24th, 2013 at 3:02 by John Sinteur in category: Apple, ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ

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  1. Stock prices are not about past earnings, but about expected future earnings, so this reaction is not as illogical as it may seem on a first glimpse. When a stock drops after record earnings, this is a very bad sign that people with insider knowledge are maybe dumping now their stocks to people who got greedy by seeing the glorious days of the past, and ignore that very rough times may lay ahead for Apple.

    It is the eternal cycle of the stock market: “Smart money” playing their game with the “Dumb money”

  2. Record *revenue* but same profit as the year earlier quarter.

    Interesting one analyst said it was lagging iMac sales that had the biggest negative impact.

    Analyst price targets still $600, $650, $750, $875, $1100…

  3. @Desiato: All good points. Still, I can’t quite fathom the P/E for Amazon being 290 times greater than that for Apple.

  4. @SjG: I don’t really get it either. Although Amazon’s profit is artificially low since they’re plowing all their cash back into developing their business. The stock reflects expected earnings growth, which for Amazon is still thought to be potentially quite large, and for Apple people are worrying that they’re running into the laws of physics. So I guess I get some part of it. But Apple at P/E around 10, yeah, crazy.

  5. I think THIS is why their stock price took a hit in spite of record revenues and profits. Exactly the kind of thing Wall Street does not approve of.

  6. John, do you have anything to substantiate the claim that Wall Street cares about that? Sounds highly, highly dubious to me. To put it politely. 🙂

I think this is a serious question that not enough of us are pondering

Posted on January 18th, 2013 at 13:55 by John Sinteur in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ


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  1. Answer: “The same reason why eMails from rich gentlemen from Nigeria go immediately into my spam folder”

  2. It’s eastily the most pole-arizing matter I’ve seen today.

  3. “Get back in your grave you zombie spawn of Satan!”

Horsemeat found in beef burgers on sale in UK and Ireland

Posted on January 15th, 2013 at 23:21 by John Sinteur in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ


Horse DNA has been found in some beef burgers being sold in UK and Irish supermarkets, the Republic of Ireland’s food safety authority (FSAI) has said.

The FSAI said the meat came from two processing plants in Ireland, Liffey Meats and Silvercrest Foods, and the Dalepak Hambleton plant in Yorkshire.


A total of 27 products were analysed, with 10 of them containing horse DNA and 23 containing pig DNA.

Thing is, there’s probably worse things in the burgers than a little bit of horse, of course. And no one can tell if it’s horse, of course.

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  1. This is why I’m a vegetarian – a bit of celery in my tomato soup is not a major problem! 🙂

  2. Not following your reasoning here, Spiff. If you’re a vegetarian, isn’t a bit of horse in your tomato soup more of a problem than it is for a meat eater? The whole point here is that you’re served food that isn’t what you expected it to be… happens with vegetarian food tooo. (vegetable soup made with chicken stock, a surprise addition of bacon bits, etc.)

  3. this is why i eat meat exclusively. there’s no way some dickhead is going to sneak a piece of celery into my steak.

  4. Neigh! Stop horsing around and pony up for proper meat! Well said florian!

  5. florian, many animals eat vegetables, you know? Maybe you should consider eating only carnivores.

  6. PS: much along the same lines, check this out. http://gothamist.com/2013/01/14/is_that_calamari_or_pig_rectum.php

  7. Finally we’ve got to the bottom of that particular bucket of entrails.

    Visit any Piggly Wiggly store in the South: “Our rissoles contain pigs’ arseholes, madam!”

GroverNorquist: Up is the new down

Posted on January 3rd, 2013 at 15:46 by Desiato in category: awesome, ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ, batshitinsane, bleeding obvious, Foyer of Ennui (just short of the Hall of Shame), Funny!, No shit, sherlock


The Bush tax cuts lapsed at midnight last night. Every R voting for Senate bill is cutting taxes and keeping his/her pledge.

Yes, I think all the tags I applied to this post are justified.

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The wurst nativity set is now bacon in the oven

Posted on December 13th, 2012 at 16:25 by Desiato in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ, Great Picture, What were they thinking?

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Yes, Half of Republicans Think ACORN, Which Doesn’t Exist, Stole the Election

Posted on December 5th, 2012 at 16:34 by John Sinteur in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ


The funniest poll of the afternoon comes from the folks over at Public Policy Polling, who have results that are new and legitimate results (if a bit heavy on the forced fantasy questions) finding that 49 percent of Republicans and six percent of Democrats believe ACORN stole the 2012 election for Barack Obama — despite the pesky fact that ACORN folded in 2010. How … wait … huh?

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  1. No way. 49% of voters don’t even know what ACORN is (was).

  2. It’s likely just a matter of “that option is negative for Obama so I am picking it”

  3. Listening to biased polls might lead to thinkimg the election was stolen.

  4. those 49% weren’t going to vote for obama anyway. they believe that supporting a free market ideology means no black people in high office, and that one day they will ascend to a castle in the sky where a magic jew will do card tricks for them for eternity.

When A Mouse Requires An Internet Connection, You’re Doing ‘Cloud’ Wrong

Posted on November 8th, 2012 at 12:37 by John Sinteur in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ, Software, What were they thinking?


This really took me by surprise. Just bought a new Naga 2012 mouse, installed the software and get greeted by a login screen right after. No option to bypass it to use the software to configure the mouse, set the options, sensitivity, shortcuts, macros etc.

So I go ahead and create an account and try to log in. Nothing. Try several more times, and still nothing. Try to make new accounts with different email addresses and it still wont work.

Finally call Razer who tells me the activation server is down, and I wont be able to use the mouse until it goes back up and will only be able to use it as a standard plug and play mouse til then. I ask about a workaround to use the mouse offline and they say there is none. Supposedly once the mouse is activated on the computer offline mode will work, but it needs to upload my profile and activate my account first and since their server is down its not going to happen. I ask for a supervisor to confirm this is the case and ask again for a workaround to use it offline. He said sorry theres nothing they can do, tells me the call center is closing and hangs up on me.

I’m pretty shocked Razer thought it was a good idea to do this to customers. Nowhere on the box does it say anything about needing an internet connection to “activate” a mouse. If the servers go down in the future, anyone who buys this mouse is out of luck.

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  1. I’d say when a mouse requires an internet connection, you’re doing “mouse” wrong.

  2. Razer missed a trick there, they could have charged the purchase price all over again to ‘unlock’ the device. That’s how capitalism works. If you don’t believe me ask someone whose just spent $390 million with nothing to show for it.

No-fly list strands man in on island in Hawaii

Posted on October 22nd, 2012 at 14:07 by John Sinteur in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ, Do you feel safer yet?, Security


“It’s scary to know that something like this can happen in a free country. You’re not accused of any crime. You haven’t been contacted by anyone. No investigation has been done. No due process has taken place,” he said.

He got a hotel room at the Pearl Harbor naval base while he worked things out. Being on the list didn’t stop him from staying on a base that’s home to submarines, cruisers and destroyers.

He’s way, way too dangerous to be allowed in a plane. But a naval base? No problem!

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How to Die

Posted on October 9th, 2012 at 1:51 by Desiato in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ, News


Even if it turns out that programs like the Liverpool Pathway save big money, promoting end-of-life care on fiscal grounds just plays into fears that the medical-industrial complex is rushing our loved ones to the morgue to save on doctors and hospital beds.When I asked British specialists whether the Liverpool protocol cut costs, they insisted they had never asked the question — and never would.“I don’t think we would dare,” said Sir Thomas. “There was some very nasty press here in this country this year about the Pathway, saying it was a way of killing people quickly to free up hospital beds. The moment you go into that argument, you might threaten the whole program.”In America, nothing happens without a cost-benefit analysis. But the case for a less excruciating death can stand on a more neutral, less disturbing foundation, namely that it is simply a kinder way of death.“There are lots of reasons to believe you could save money,” said Emanuel. “I just think we can’t do it for the reason [that it saves] money.”

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  1. The American healthcare CBA sometimes seems to serve to increase costs, rather than the opposite. Funny, that.

  2. I have had some close-up personal experience with end-of-life care last 6 weeks, and at no time did I get the impression that “saving money” was in any way a consideration at all.

  3. The Liverpool pathway has been around for years, in the two case I am aware of all other treatments would have been to no avail and would have served only to extend suffering. It seemed like the best, most humane choice in the circumstances. I think it is uncharitable to suggest that this option might be the economically motivated choice of parsimonious bean-counters

Pig Farmers Face Pressure on the Size of the Sty

Posted on October 6th, 2012 at 3:26 by Desiato in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ


In the last week of September alone, three companies — Dunkin’ Donuts, ConAgra Foods and Brinker International, which operates Chili’s — announced that over the next decade, they would no longer buy pork derived from pigs housed in gestation crates.

What does Dunkin’ Donuts fry their donuts in…?

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  1. Bacon has to be the third most addictive product in common use.


Posted on September 29th, 2012 at 11:21 by John Sinteur in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ, Intellectual Property


Today the United States Patent and Trademark office granted the domain name registrar a patent for “announcing a domain name registration on a social website”.

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  1. Wow.

  2. For one minute I thought that read: “…a socialist website.” Silly me.

Ad claims Obama will ‘force doctors to assist homosexuals in buying surrogate babies’

Posted on September 28th, 2012 at 10:14 by John Sinteur in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ, batshitinsane


A fact-challenged newspaper ad attacking President Barack Obama addresses some standard wedge issues: same-sex marriage, illegal immigration, Islamic law.

Then there’s this claim: “Barack Hussein Obama will move America to force doctors to assist homosexuals in buying surrogate babies.”

It’s one of those statements that’s so far outside reality, our experts wondered where to start.

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  1. Is that before of after he opens the doors to blue-helmeted U.N. jihadist hordes in black helicopters?

  2. “It’s one of those statements that’s so far outside reality, our experts wondered where to start.”

    Probably with a prayer on one’s knees before the porcelain god…

Imprisoned teen sent to LA on bus by Georgia parents

Posted on September 21st, 2012 at 16:26 by John Sinteur in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ


Investigators say a Georgia man took his stepson and put him on a bus for California. The teen was spotted by a security guard at the downtown Greyhound bus station.

It was last Tuesday at the downtown bus station that security guard Joe Gonzalez first noticed Mitch Comer, 18, looking like lost and scared 12-year-old. Alarmed by the teen’s frail appearance and the story he told, Gonzalez, a retired police sergeant, notified the LAPD.

“The story we got was that the stepfather took the kid to the bus depot, said ‘Here’s $200, here’s a list of the homeless shelters in Los Angeles, you’re a man now and don’t come back,'” said LAPD Commander Andrew Smith.

The teen told police he had been held captive by his parents, Paul and Sheila Comer, for four years after being taken out of school in the 8th grade. The Comers are now in custody after being arrested at their home in Dallas, an upscale Georgia suburb. They’re facing child abuse and false imprisonment charges, and their two younger daughters were removed from the home.

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Football Player Finds Grenade On Field And Almost Loses His Hand

Posted on September 21st, 2012 at 0:06 by John Sinteur in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ

Wednesday night’s AFC Champions League clash between Iranian side Sepahan and Saudi Arabia’s Al-Ahli produced no goals, but there was certainly some explosive action at the Foolad Shahr Stadium.

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Steve Jobs has been reincarnated as a warrior-philosopher, Thai group says

Posted on September 1st, 2012 at 19:46 by John Sinteur in category: Apple, ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ


When Apple founder Steve Jobs died after a long fight with cancer last year, software engineer Tony Tseung sent an email to a Buddhist group in Thailand to find out what happened to his old boss now that he’s no longer of this world.

This month, Tseung received his answer. Jobs has been reincarnated as a celestial warrior-philosopher, the Dhammakaya group said in a special television broadcast, and he’s living in a mystical glass palace hovering above his old office at Apple’s Cupertino, Calif. headquarters.

You can laugh now, but in a year all the dead founders will have suspiciously similar glass palaces over their former headquarters, and you’ll all be claiming the design is obvious and no one could design a decent afterlife without it.

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Americans’ Views of TSA More Positive Than Negative

Posted on August 31st, 2012 at 16:36 by John Sinteur in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ


Despite recent negative press, a majority of Americans, 54%, think the U.S. Transportation Security Administration is doing either an excellent or a good job of handling security screening at airports. At the same time, 41% think TSA screening procedures are extremely or very effective at preventing acts of terrorism on U.S. airplanes, with most of the rest saying they are somewhat effective.

There is an old joke from the Soviet era:
“Why do we like Lenin? Because he played football with the children, when instead he could just have had them executed.”

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  1. If you asked the flying public whether or not the TSA is doing a good job, I think the numbers would be quite different, and not in the positive direction! If I remember correctly, the majority of Americans never travel more than 50 miles from home…

  2. OTOH, maybe lonely old fogies like having their privates fumbled. Just sayin’.

Woman, 30, destroys wedding dress while drowning

Posted on August 28th, 2012 at 16:52 by Sueyourdeveloper in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ


A newlywed woman from Quebec drowned Friday during her session in a river in Rawdon, about 75 kilometres north of Montreal.

Maria Pantazopoulos, 30, of Laval was standing at the edge of the Ouareau River when her gown became heavy as it soaked up the water and the current pulled her away.

A recent wave of “Trash the Dress” copycat photoshoots shows us that equality for women extends to the Darwin Awards.

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GOP Congressional Candidate Accuses His African-American Opponent Of Pretending To Be Black

Posted on August 17th, 2012 at 12:05 by John Sinteur in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ, Indecision 2012


Danny Tarkanian is the Republican nominee in a newly created congressional district in Nevada. He also seems to think his opponent has a very good makeup artist. During a speech to a GOP club earlier this week, Tarkanian went into a lengthy rant about how “all these black Democrats” have accused him of making a racist comment. He then levied an unusual allegation against state Senate Majority Leader Steven Horsford, his Democratic opponent, claiming that “[w]e could be like Steven Horsford who’s not doing anything with [the African-American] community and, you know, pretend we’re black and maybe try to get some votes if that’s where it is.”

This is the man Tarkanian accused of pretending to be black:

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  1. When did it become necessary to be an idiot (or pretend to be one) to be successful in politics?

Belarus’ KGB summons Swedes in teddy bear row

Posted on August 13th, 2012 at 3:48 by Sueyourdeveloper in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ, News


Belarus’ top security agency, the KGB, has summoned a Swedish advertising team for questioning after the group air-dropped hundreds of parachute-wearing teddy bears that carried pro-human rights messages onto the soil of the authoritarian former Soviet state.

The summons, signed by an investigator named P Tsernavsky and posted on the KGB’s website on Saturday, said the agency was investigating the “criminal case” of the advertising group’s “illegal crossing” into Belarusian airspace.

The agency threatened the Swedes with fines or “correctional work for up to two years, or imprisonment for up to six months” if they did not show up in 10 days.

Mr. Lukashenko has never heard of Ms. Streisand?

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Feds: Student rights violated in east Miss. city

Posted on August 11th, 2012 at 11:17 by John Sinteur in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ


Officials in east Mississippi operate a “school-to-prison pipeline” that incarcerates students for disciplinary infractions as minor as dress code violations with a policy that affects mostly black and disabled children, the U.S. Justice Department said Friday.

The Justice Department said police in the city of Meridian routinely arrest public school students without determining if there’s probable cause when the school wants to press charges for a violation. Federal authorities say the students are then denied due process in youth court and on probation. The Justice Department did not outline specific allegations of wrongdoing against the school district in a letter to state and local authorities. Instead, it appears from the letter that the problems begin once a student is arrested.

Once arrested, the youth court puts the students on probation, sometimes without proper legal representation, according to the letter. If the students are on probation, future school violations could be considered a probation violation that requires them “to serve any suspensions from school incarcerated in the juvenile detention center,” the department said.

That means if a student is on probation and then gets suspended for a minor infraction like “dress code violations, flatulence, profanity, and disrespect,” the student could have to serve that suspension in the detention center.

“The students most severely affected by these practices are black children and children with disabilities in Meridian,” the Justice Department said.

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Propaganda, A Mysterious Anti-Western Film Allegedly by North Korea

Posted on August 11th, 2012 at 10:27 by John Sinteur in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ


Here is the formal statement I gave to Federal Police on 16 June 2012:

On a trip to visit family in Seoul in April, I was approached by a man and a woman who claimed to be North Korean defectors. They presented me with a DVD that recently came into their possession and asked me to translate it. They also asked me to post the completed film on the Internet so that it could reach a worldwide audience. I believed what I was told and an agreement was made to protect their identities (and mine).

Despite my concerns about what I was viewing when I returned home, I proceeded to translate and post the film on You Tube because of the film’s extraordinary content. I have now made public my belief that this film was never intended for a domestic audience in the DPRK. Instead, I believe that these people, who presented themselves as ‘defectors’ specifically targeted me because of my reputation as a translator and interpreter.

Furthermore, I now believe these people work for the DPRK. The fact that I have continued to translate and post the film in spite of this belief does not make me complicit in their intention to spread their ideology. I chose to keep posting this film because – regardless of who made it – I believe people should see it because of the issues it raises and I stand by my right to post it for people to share and discuss freely with each other.

And for contrast, here’s an actual propaganda film from North Korea:

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UK man arrested for not smiling during Olympics

Posted on August 10th, 2012 at 9:07 by John Sinteur in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ


A man from Britain with Parkinson’s disease was arrested while watching the Olympic cycling road race because he “failed to smile or look like he was enjoying himself.”

Mark Worsfold, a martial arts trainer and former soldier, said that he was thrown to the floor and handcuffed just as cyclists passed by, Gulf News reported.

His worried wife Nicola only found out he was being held after she reported him missing when he did not turn up for their daughter’s ninth birthday party.

The 54-year-old had his fingerprints, DNA and mugshot taken before being questioned about why he did not appear to be enjoying the event on July 28.

Police said Worsfold, who was held for over five hours, was arrested because of “his manner, his state of dress and his proximity to the course.”

A spokesman added that the arrest was necessary to avoid a breach of the peace because he was standing near a group of protesters.

But Worsfold, who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2010, said that one of the symptoms of the disease is muscle rigidity, which can cause his face to become expressionless and mask-like.

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  1. They don’t even give The Onion credit for the story. Lame.

  2. Alas, it’s a true story, apparently. The most recent issue of Private Eye ran it as well, they added an ironic quote from former Assistant Police Commissioner John Yates (see the profile of his career on Wikipedia) from is column on the Daily Telegraph, where he praised the police for their “much practiced art of of policing by discretion, with officers acting sensitively and independently, with genuine warmth and humour”.

  3. So much for behavioural profiling.

No government here…

Posted on August 5th, 2012 at 15:30 by Desiato in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ, Can you Trump this?, Foyer of Ennui (just short of the Hall of Shame), Indecision 2012


No Government here

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That seems like a much lower percentage than I’d have expected

Posted on August 2nd, 2012 at 10:51 by John Sinteur in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ

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Mitt Romney’s Foreign Policy Senior Advisor, Rich Williamson, Refers to Russia as “Soviet Union”

Posted on July 26th, 2012 at 13:37 by John Sinteur in category: ¿ʞɔnɟ ǝɥʇ ʇɐɥʍ

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  1. A slow brain also. By the way, he said “interestses” which should be “interests”. Guess the a_hole learned how to talk from W when he served as envoy to Sudan. The return of the neocons.

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