Doll With Functional Robotic Peter.

9 04 2010

Theirs not much I can say about these videos. Absolutely love the second clip, makes me feel like a little chap peeing in the park with mommy.

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It’s A Sick World!

1 04 2010

This is a screencap from a Chatroulette session in which some guy feeds a baby chick to a snake after two 13-year olds won’t show him their boobs. And that, my friends, is what we call one creepy-ass f***ed up pedo.

WARNING: Animated gif is a little graphic due to baby chicken being eaten by a snake. If your as sick as I am you’ll stick it through till the end!


Snake: $1,200 – Baby chicken: $8.96 Watching those little girls reaction to a snake eating a baby chicken: Priceless





March Maddness has gone Nutz!

19 03 2010

Phillip Williams of Jackson State Punches Mississippi State player Dee Bost in the Testies. Skip to 2:00 for the first punch to the coin purse.





Zamboni Fail

18 03 2010

Don’t know why they didn’t keep in indoors. Or off ponds and lakes





Scary Chinese Girl Prank

17 03 2010

I would defiantly shit my pants.





Chilean Earthquake Speeds Earth’s Rotation

4 03 2010

The quake, the seventh strongest earthquake in recorded history, hit Chile Saturday and should have shortened the length of an Earth day by 1.26 milliseconds, according to research scientist Richard Gross at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif.

“Perhaps more impressive is how much the quake shifted Earth’s axis,” NASA officials said in a Monday update.

The computer model used by Gross and his colleagues to determine the effects of the Chile earthquake effect also found that it should have moved Earth’s figure axis by about 3 inches (8 cm or 27 milliarcseconds).





Windows XP users: Don’t press F1

4 03 2010

If you’re browsing the web today and see a notice that you should press the F1 key (the traditional button used to get “help” in any application), don’t do it.

Microsoft is warning of a brand new exploit that can cause computers running Windows XP and using the Internet Explorer web browser to become infected with malware at the push of a button: Specifically, the F1 button.

The flaw is part of the way Visual Basic and Windows Help are implemented within IE, the upshot being that a clever hacker can code a dialog box that will allow the running of any code the hacker wants. Traditionally this means installing any kind of malware or virus on the victim’s PC that a hacker desires.

The good news is that this exploit isn’t extremely dangerous because it does require user interaction to install itself. Unlike some recent exploits, merely visiting an infected website won’t cause harm to your computer: You actually have to “push a button” to be affected.

The bad news is that the F1 button has always been seen as harmless, more so than simply clicking “OK” on the average prompt you might see. When dismissed, the prompt can also be coded to pop up repeatedly, so getting rid of it might not be simple.

Microsoft is advising users that, until a patch can be written and released, users are advised not to press the F1 key while web browsing. No matter how many pop-ups and alerts a user receives, as long as F1 is not pressed this attack will not succeed.

Microsoft has not announced a timeline for the fix, but its next patch release is due on March 9. Hang tight, but don’t ask for “help.”