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Hopeless slave praises handheld terahertz scanners
This hopeless slave thinks that handheld terahertz scanners are great because there's no fear of cancer. RIP, slave.
The True Unemployment Rate: 36%
Nevada vote fraud official
Note the surprise in my text...
PETA sues SeaWorld for violating the 13th Amendment protections against slavery ... with their whales....
The ludicrous part is that they actually have a valid case due to the wording of the 13th amendment.
Study: Flu Shots Are Only About 59% Effective In Adults
Nader hints that the Dems are trying to lose the 2012 election
In paragraph 6, the 2012 Democrat primaries are being compared to the 2nd term election primaries for both Carter and Bush the First
How's this for frivolous lawsuits?
How about that? The 2004 election was rigged!
DHS says White, Middle-Class Men are most likely terrorists ... wait, what?
MAFIAA hides report that pirates are better customers
Despite recording being legal... Nashua Detectives beat and arrest man for videotaping them insulting him
FootNote News Episode 23
***Warning*** Again, do not consume beverages when listening to this introduction, unless you need the object directly in front of you covered in said beverage.
Uh... calling for the assassination of the President is free speech?
Well... yeah... I guess... but who'd be dumb enough to actually do it? Apparently, this guy.
Neanderthal genes found in modern humans
Wait ... does that mean the Neanderthals never died off? And the house of cards comes crashing down...
Facial recognition programs are always completely successful... right?
PROTECT-IP Act could (read "will") help hackers
Rumsfeld Gets Stopped by the TSA
Woman who was going to jail for vegetable garden gets charges dropped... technically
She was going to receive 93 days in jail for the garden... NOW she is defending against charges of unlicensed dogs... even though she licensed them as asked... which has a sentence of 93 days in jail...
It appears police will be utilizing face-recognizing iPhones now
The beginnings of the cybernetics industry
Good for the environment.