“Stop Dressing Your Six Year Old Like a Skank.”

29 10 2007

LiveLeak.com – New Book:

“Stop Dressing Your Six Year Old Like a Skank.”

This is officially friggin awesome.  While we’re at it, I’d like to add, “Stop Dressing Your Kid In Designer Clothes.” and “Babies DO NOT Give a Crap About What They Wear.”

I heart whoever wrote this book.





RNC Got FARKED!! (Pix)

11 10 2007

A friend passed this one to me and I just couldn’t resist passing it on:

[via] Fark Logo
The Republicans unveiled their new national convention logo. Design something better in five minutes.
KellyLockhart [TotalFark]

The ‘O’fficial design

THEN THE FUN STARTS!!  Here are my favorites so far.

 200 yrs of tradition by Godscrack

WWRJD? by butthold

And those are just two of many many entries that all deserve to win.  Go see them all here: 
http://forums.fark.com/cgi/fark/comments.pl?IDLink=3112814

nJoy L8s





California Community Says Companies Are Not People

7 09 2007

Common Sense Prevails Against All Odds!!!

Source AlterNet (please read the WHOLE article)
In 2006, Humboldt County, California, became the latest, and largest, jurisdiction to abolish the legal doctrine known as “corporate personhood.”

Measure T [The Referendum’s Legal-speak Name] was successful because our all-volunteer campaign came together to pass a law that bans non-local corporations from participating in Humboldt elections. The referendum, which passed with 55 percent of the vote, also asserts that corporations cannot claim the First Amendment right to free speech.

By enacting Measure T, Humboldt County has committed an act of “municipal civil disobedience,” intentionally challenging “settled law.” But voters also recognize that Measure T is an act of common sense.

The gears of the American Legal system may work slowly, but they are still in fact working.   Three cheers for the people of Humboldt County!!

This is living proof that governments should be afraid of their people.  Now all we need is for the rest of America to wake up and use common sense.

Keep fighting that good fight!





Intelligent Design VS Humans With Tails (PIX, NSFW?)

3 09 2007

This rather fascinating article from dimaggio.org,Tails in Humans ” , points out a little hole in the irrational rationalizations of those who whole heartedly believe in Intelligent Design (ID).  The ID fundamentalists of the world (read: America), refuse to accept that humans evolved from apes.  Well then, how would one explain this:

dude with tail

That’s right ladies and gents, 1 in every 100,000 humans are borne with a little tail.  Usually, the “defect” is “fixed” at birth.

Don’t forget to read the whole article HERE: Tails in Humans ” 

Cause there is alot more than a couple of pictures…

Knowledge is power!





Tutorial: “Unlock” Your iPhone With SuperSim via Hackint0sh

6 08 2007

So far this hack is only reported to work in Europe.  Basically all you need is a blank SIM card and a SIM card reader/writer, oh and the instruction posted at the link below:

Tutorial: “Unlock” your iPhone with SuperSim – Hackint0sh

Sure its old news, but I just thought some peeps would like to know.





Point n’ Click Gmail hacking With Wi-Fi (via) TG Daily and Blackhat

3 08 2007

For everyone out there that keeps commenting on “How To Hack Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo, etc etc”  (MOM), here’s a great article on hacking into a gmail account WITHOUT using fake login screens or any of that pesky hard work.  TG Daily has this great article, “Point and click Gmail hacking at Black Hat” that gives you a peek into the latest and greatest way to get into someone else’s email account.

Here’s an excerpt:

[…] The attack is actually quite simple. First Graham needs to be able to sniff data packets and in our case the open Wi-Fi network at the convention fulfilled that requirement. He then ran Ferret to copy all the cookies flying through the air. Finally, Graham cloned those cookies into his browser – in easy point-and-click fashion – with a home-grown tool called Hamster.

[…] But if that wasn’t scary enough, Graham told us that he can even log in the next day or possibly several days later into the Gmail account.  “I can just copy the data to a file and replay it later.  I’ve been able to log into Gmail accounts one day later,” said Graham.

Since the attack relies on sniffing traffic, using SSL or some type of encryption (like a VPN tunnel) would stop Graham in his tracks.  However, many people browsing at public wireless hotspots don’t use such protections.

“You’re an idiot if you use T-Mobile hotspot,” said Graham.

I personally love the last comment there from Graham… just sayin.

In my mind I see this type of hack working on any web based email client that uses cookies to auto-login.  Also, you can probably just use FireFox’s “Add-n-Edit” cookies, instead of Grahams app called Hamster.  As for Wi-Fi sniffing, if you don’t know how to do this or what apps to do it with, just use Google to search it out, or visit Remote Exploit and grab a copy of BackTrack2.

One last note, read the friggin article. CLICK THE SOURCE – PLZ kthx.

There, let’s hug it out bitches!!!





The Most Popular YOUTUBE Video EVER!1!1!!!

26 07 2007

Well, here it goes…

Hmpf, and I thought it was gonna be porn… But this’ll do.

Anybody wanna impeach ALL the members of the most horrible administration in US history?

What’s that you say? Too apathetic?

Me too. //**eagle tear**//

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