Friday, April 30, 2010

Oil Spill ... More Like Oil Explosion ... Oh That's Right, It Was ...

This is just awful... As always, the innocent are the ones that suffer the most - that being the animals, the fragile marine habitats. This is disgusting...and of course, out of all the bullshit technology and limitless abilities, stopping the oil seems to be a 'little' too difficult.. Grrrr!

"The progress of rivers to the ocean is not so rapid as that of man to error."

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Monday, April 26, 2010

Willets Point Property Owners Stand Up To City - Definitely Rooting For The Property Owners!!

Eminent Domain is a horrible and extremely evil word as far as I'm concerned... I hope that these property owners win and become an example of how others can stick up for themselves and their property against greedy weasels and being more proof that selling-out is for...well...exactly...sell-outs. There is a big difference between wanting to sell your property and being bribed or forced from it . . . those should only be the decision of the property owner, duh! 

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Sunday, April 25, 2010

"FDA: Walnuts Are Drugs" = FDA Smokes Crack!!!

FDA Says Walnuts Are Drugs and Doritos Are Heart Healthy

"This is a call to action. Your freedom to eat real food—and even to hear the truth about it—are under attack."

I think that FDA might actually stand for: FOOLING DUMB AMERICANS 

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Friday, April 16, 2010

Look, no hands: Cars that drive better than you - tech - 06 April 2010 - New Scientist

More baa-d techNOlogy made possible by sophisticated sensors based on cameras, radar and lasers... 
If people and sheeple would get their heads out of their butts, or their butts out of their heads and Pay Attention for once... But, it is sooo much easier to have someone or something else do it for them. LAME! 

"Plus, sometimes why not drive like shit on purpose??? It's fun! Promise! It is all good in Yaga Yaga Land! Look at me! I'm flying!!!!! Another way to look at it would be: some drivers' 'best' driving is 'shitty' compared to others . . . etc.. 
What about the Po-Po's? They break laws and drive like shit and blame it on innocent people and/or run into the vehicles of those who they're chasing and blame them and turn it around!!! Even if the 'suspect' is NOT in the vehicle at the time! Wowee! Ah well... 
Either way, driving in Yaga Yaga Land is the BEST!" 

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Bayer's GMO's are out of control - Control & Money = Their Favorite Things!!! They might feel like Yaga, yaga!

Ok... I won't even take their aspirin... Why on Earth would I eat their GMO rice??? That's disgusting..Creepy..and completely ridiculous to think that GMO-anything is "ok" for consumption. It is a bit interesting how a major pharmaceutical corporation would have its filthy, greedy scales in more than harmful pharmies...
Pharmaceutical Drugs... Herbicide?? Hmmm... Now GMO's... Doesn't take a 'genius' or does it??? 


"Yaga, yaga!!! 
I wouldn't even touch that 'crop' with the butcher's block!!"

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Saturday, April 10, 2010

Yaga Yaga - Swinely Sheep Adventures on my Blog-a

Original art by Fear and Loathing in MO (Argyle Enigma / Rum & Cranberry)

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Friday, April 9, 2010

"Think" Fast! Here come the thought police!

Time to whip out the tin foil helmets . . . actually, whole protective body gear would seem more sufficient. Ahh, the good ole' Intel Corp. never disappoints the control freaks, eh? 

Check out some of the other innovations Intel had on display at their event in Mantrackin' ... oops ... 'hattan ...

  • Cell phone technology that would use motion, GPS and audio data gathered through users' cell phones to track what they're doing and who they're with. The technology can distinguish activities such as walking, giving a business presentation and driving. It also compares audio readings from different cell phones to determine who is in the same room. 
  • This would allow users to share their activity information with their close friends and watch avatar versions of their friends throughout the day. It would also let users track and analyze data about how they spend their time.
  • "Dispute Finder" technology that monitors users' conversations and Internet browsing to warn them when they encounter contested or inaccurate information. The software mines the Internet to find instances in which writers have claimed something is untrue. It then uses speech recognition technology to monitor conversations.
  • A transparent holographic shopping display that could be used in department stores to point consumers to featured items. Shoppers could also use the giant screen to search the store's inventory, call up maps, and send item information to their cell phones.
  • A TV set-top box that connects wirelessly to your laptop and monitors your Internet search history, as well as your TV viewing, to offer relevant video.

    Yeah, s-u-u-u-u-u-r-e . . .  Like "my friends" want to watch an avatar version of me throughout the day. Oh, and I desperately need to "track and analyze data about how I spend my time" - if that isn't one of the phoniest of baloney's imitation 'meat' has to offer, I might choke some down, not. (Ugh, disgusting!) I KNOW how I spend my time and if anyone wants to analyze anything, they should analyze how they spend their own time getting their heads out of their 'arse'. 
    Conversation Monitoring... Which is actually Wiretapping yourself, Bugging yourself... 
    As far as the holographic shopping display, that's the same as putting a paper bag over someone's face - no matter what 'illusion' you're fed, the face of reality (or an ass full of cellulite) still remains . . . exactly . . . the . . . same. 
    A TV set-top box to monitor my internet search history, etc... Oh WOW!!! What a crock of bio-engineered bi-products! As if Big Brother isn't already on top of that... Pffff ... For the true idiots - even more dumbed-down spying gear for ole' Big Brother, by the Idiot Box! 

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    Thursday, April 8, 2010

    Friday, April 2, 2010

    Privacy advocates up in arms over Google's new 'Bedroom View' -- Signs of the Times News

    Privacy advocates up in arms over Google's new 'Bedroom View' -- Signs of the Times News: ""

    Heh . . . OoOoOohhh la la! NOT!!!!!!!!
    "Behind closed doors," and "Privacy in our own homes," (at least for us), no longer in existence or so it seems.

    Cell phones that can smell...Yep, Portable Biometric Flatulence Detection!!!

    Oh boy! Take a whiff at that. . . 
    "Word. I wonder what happens when you go into a Porta Potty, more specifically, one at a construction site... On the upside, you could easily get out of situations involving close contact with those who have chronic halitosis and/or those who have McNasty-Ass and regular old b.o. ... "

    "You could also steer clear of areas that smell so rank you either lose consciousness or gag. Another determining factor to answer the question "Should I take the stairs or the elevator?" I would guess such an alert might look like the picture to the right."

    Still, yet another baaaa-d idea...