Wednesday, July 31, 2013

The Chilling History of How Hollywood Helped Hitler

Bank of England helped in sale of looted Nazi gold

Woman knocked down, injured by protective moose in Boulder County foothills

The federal government is hiring what it calls a "Behavioral Insights Team" that will look for ways to subtly influence people's behavior

Bananas Emit Antimatter Almost Every 75 Minutes

David Grisman and Jerry Garcia in Concert on Various Occasions

Rufus " Tell Me Something Good "

The Who - Love Reign O'er Me

Cat tries to eat octopus

Harvard creates brain-to-brain interface, allows humans to control other animals with thoughts alone

"..researchers now need to work on the transmitting of more complex ideas, such as hunger or sexual arousal, from human to rat."

Monsanto's plan to take over the world's food supply

Today, Monsanto seeds cover 40 percent of America's crop acres — and 27 percent worldwide.

How Monsanto Controls the Government

Doctored - The Movie is a documentary from film maker Jeff Hays taking a hard look at the hijacking of our US healthcare system

This Is Guantanamo Bay's $400,000 Go-Kart Track

Gitmo has a gift shop

Up to 6,000 'beds in sheds' set-up by rogue landlords are found by spy plane's thermal image camera

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

GEORGETOWN, Colo. - After weeks of review, the Sheriff of Clear Creek County reports no policies were violated in the repeated use of a stun gun on a naked man at the Sonic Bloom Music Festival

Sonic bloom music festival 2013 , Tasered by cops

New Mexico's Elephant Butte reservoir currently holds just 3 percent of the water it held in the 1980s and 1990s"

A small "unidentified flying object" that has been seen over Shanghai's Huangpu River in recent days has been revealed to be a remote controlled plane being used to deliver cakes

Missouri rancher suspects something out of the ordinary is mutilating and killing cattle

The Proclaimers - I would walk 500 miles

Baby Jasleen, Born At 13.47 Pounds, Is Germany's Heaviest Baby Born

Ten Stone Baby (Teased With Chocolate) - (1935)

Jet Man' stunts alongside fighter jets over Alps

Concerned that some professional football players may be sporting gang-related tattoos, the NFL is calling in people who are experts in reading the meanings of body ink

Local cops use anti-terrorism grants for heavy artillery, descend on dances, homeowners, marijuana dispensaries

A plane that flies around Cuba and beams American-sponsored TV programming to the island’s inhabitants

High-End Stores Use Facial Recognition Tools To Spot VIPs

Monday, July 29, 2013

These bears were caught on camera in Kananaskis Country.

Students Take Control of $80 Million Superyacht Using Fake GPS Signals

Hexapod Is Self-aware

A Colorado road trip through the front line of America's deadly Space Warfare capital:

Brazilian police allegedly line naked prisoners against wall, gas and shoot them with rubber bullets(video)

The Pentagon has classified the list of groups that the USA believes itself to be at war with.

Bribery: pro-NSA Congressional voters got twice the defense industry campaign contributions

NV court marshal sexually assaults woman, then arrests her for complaining while judge looks on

Killer bees kill horses, attack couple in Pantego, Texas

VAIL, Colo. - After years of studies and debates, a company has given the Colorado Department of Transportation a $3.5 billion, unsolicited plan to improve the Interstate 70 corridor in the mountains.

Senior US government officials are to be briefed at the White House this week on the danger of an ice-free Arctic in the summer within two years.

Hacker reveals email addresses of 1,350 Council on Foreign Relations members

CFR Email Address Hack Leak

Colorado Webcams

Sunday, July 28, 2013

Glenn Beck’s Nazi exhibit

Detroit Cops Arrested For Robbing Drivers At Gunpoint (Video)

The Kingston Trio: Sloop John B

"The John B. Sails" is a Bahamian folk song from Nassau transcribed by Richard Le Gallienne

U.S. roads, bridges are decaying despite stimulus influx

Signs of declining economic security

TOPEKA, Kan. —Kansas residents may now carry switchblades, daggers and other types of knives in most public places without fear of arrest.

Coast To Coast AM - July 27 2013 - Whistleblowers & NSA

Kansas authorities seizing more medical marijuana from Colorado

Kentucky Teens Charged With Using A Weapon Of Mass Destruction After Home Explosion

91-year-old woman found alive in cornfield

Police were called to the scene to help find her.They called in several K9 units and brought in the Sheriff's Posse to search on horseback. They also used ATVs to navigate through cornfields while an Indiana State Police plane searched from overhead.

A tornado sucking up a rainbow

Total BS

95-year-old suburban Chicago man who pulled a foot-long knife and threatened police with a cane and a shoehorn has died after officers used a Taser and a bean bag gun to subdue him

A little ditty about Dock Ellis' LSD no-hitter trip

Pitching under the influence of LSD, Ellis pitched a no-hitter against the Padres on June 12, 1970

Page & Farlow Prison Blues

Saturday, July 27, 2013

Over the next two decades, the driving will slowly be taken on by the machines themselves

Daddy, What Was a Truck Driver?

Fukushima breaking news - Radiation of 750 million becquerels a liter of cesium-134 and 1.6 billion becquerels a liter of cesium-137 was recorded,

Every car out there that is 8 years old or newer has a microphone installed in it somewhere and can hear everything said in a car and transmit it out

JJ Cale passed away at 8:00 pm on Friday July 26 at Scripps Hospital in La Jolla, CA.

J.J. Cale - 1976 Album: Troubadour

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Guitar Stories Mark Knopfler

Wayne Madsen Unfiltered - 25 July 2013

Denver Police Department teamed up to install 14 HALO cameras in Civic Center hoping to deter crime

According to Denver's crime map, drug violations are up 163 percent from last year.

Denver, CO Crime Reports, Crime News, and Crime Statistics

Veebot’s robot system can find a vein and place a needle at least as well as a human can

Police in Kansas City made 26 arrests for driving under the influence at an overnight sobriety checkpoint.

Behavior-Detecting Devices From Verizon, Microsoft And Others Worry Privacy Advocates

Friday, July 26, 2013

Led Zeppelin - Communication Breakdown (LIVE TV-BYEN 1969)

Drone That Would Deliver Peace and Oxycontin Instead of Missiles

Pro-marijuana ad to be shown on the large screen at NASCAR race

Swaziland's cannabis 'gold'

Cliff Diving Monkeys

The Terminator robot was to be played by O.J. Simpson, but producers vetoed the idea because there was no way the public would believe O.J. would kill anyone

O.J. Simpson pleads with Nevada parole board to cut prison term

Police officers from Fort Worth, Texas, are blaming bad lighting rather than their own incompetence for wrongly killing 72-year-old Jerry Waller.

How to copy keys with your smartphone

Fox News- now under MARTIAL LAW- Democracy being suspended

CovertWatch Rechargeable Self-Contained Hidden Camera Video Surveillance System - Decoy Outdoor Electrical Box

Two women ignored downed power lines to save driver after crash and were electrocuted and killed. Now the driver is facing 2 counts of manslaughter

North Carolina public safety officers hunted down and killed a massive alligator after it ate an 80-pound Husky that was walking with its owner

EL PASO COUNTY, Colo. - Federal agents with the Drug Enforcement Agency raided medical marijuana dispensaries in Washington state on Wednesday.

Colorado marijuana stores likely to be concentrated in few cities
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DEA Agent to Raided WA Dispensary Owner: “Things Are Going to be Hell For You”

(CNN) -- A surprise inspection by the Centers for Disease Control has resulted in a failing grade for one of the plushest cruise ships afloat.

BI ExacuTrack One offers sophisticated offender tracking advantages for pretrial, probation and parole officers - all in just one piece of equipment.

Cut ankle tracker found on Lakewood lawn

Brazilian people against the costs of Pope’s Visit

'Slum pope' tells slum residents not to lose hope

Thursday, July 25, 2013

WATCH: Salida man kicks mountain lion

Gogol Bordello -- Pura Vida Conspiracy

NASA scientists have developed a way to measure photosynthesis from satellites with unprecedented detail.

Watch This Robot Hexapod Perform Parkour

Gunman wounds three on ATA bus in Kansas City

Broomfield family gets bear scare

Bear pushes on tents in western Colo. campground

Container of 'depleted uranium' found at Miami area airport

Tornado flips train

The driver of the train that derailed in Santiago de Compostela, Francisco Jose Garzon Amo, published a photo on his Facebook page showing off his train speed gauge at 200 kilometres per hour.
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A horrifying video has been released of the moment the train hurtled off the tracks near the city of Santiago de Compostela last night

How Do Ants and Other Small Insects Survive Being Zapped In the Microwave

Fiona Apple - "Hot Knife" Official Music

U.S. Arctic Ambitions and the Militarization of the High North

Army Conducts Nighttime Exercises in Downtown Chicago

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

EPA allows 3000% increase in food Pesticides

The North Pole Is Now a Lake

Watch how hackers can take control of your car

Bear walks into Estes Park bar

Suspected pipe bomb in Colorado Springs found to be sealed pipes containing marijuana

DARPA Is Building a Submarine Mothership to Launch Drones From the Sea

A Fleet of Blimps Will Soon Serve as a Missile Shield Over Washington

Floor Plans For the NSA's Huge New Data Center in Utah

The first bicyclist convicted of manslaughter in the United States

Last year, a competition offering a school a chance to have Taylor Swift come and perform was won by a school for the deaf, thanks to 4chan.

From July 22-26, uniformed military members and civilians will be conducting emergency-response exercises in various locations in Colorado.

Video of canyon swing ride in Glenwood Caverns

Monday, July 22, 2013

How the NSA Is Using Cell Phone Data to Drone Civilians (In Pakistan)

*,,,,"high global food prices are a precipitating condition for social unrest"

“Worrisome” spike in deadly birth defects around leaking U.S. nuclear site — Officials claim “it could be a complete coincidence”

Depleted uranium used by US forces blamed for birth defects and cancer in Iraq

Whales almost eat Divers

Information leading to the identification of two suspects in the death of George, a popular River Walk duck, has reached $10,000.

Gilbert Gottfried guest stars as a DJ named Roy in this tale of a death-obsessed boy who discovers a radio station that takes its listeners to the afterlife

Quadcopter Serves as Ring Bearer in High-Tech Wedding

Littleton cop arrested for buying ecstasy

The Ten Scariest Aircraft Landings Caught On Video

Steve Martin and Edie Brickell - "Love Has Come For You"

Videos: Watch I-70/Pecos bridge being built and moved in 90 seconds

Whistleblower Arrested On DUI Charge In Portsmouth, NH

SkyVenture Colorado - Colorado's ONLY Indoor Skydiving Facility

Footage of a wheelchair bound Protester blowing himself up at Beijing airport

Cries of Betrayal as Detroit Plans to Cut Pensions

Here is Obama saying that he refuses to let Detroit go bankrupt

DOLE WATCH - As Bob Dole celebrates his 90th birthday on July 22, the former senator and presidential candidate is the first to admit he moves a little slower these days

RETANK: DOLE WATCH - Bob Dole takes his place on the Kansas Walk of Honor

U.S. Coast Guard seizes $35M during cocaine bust

Reverend Horton Heat - Bales Of Cocaine

Gareth Williams was an employee of GCHQ seconded to the Secret Intelligence Service who was found dead in suspicious circumstances at a Security Service safe house flat in London

History Brief of Cripple Creek’s Outlaws & Lawmen Jail Museum

The jail has been used as an insane asylum. Many people were taken to the local hospitals with the sudden onset of insanity and put in the “Strong Room”. When nothing could restrain the acts of these people, they were taken to the jail. One woman, Olga Knutsen, became insane almost overnight, was taken to the hospital, then the jail where she died in a cell. No cause was found for her mental illness or death

Mexican gangs now infiltrating Kentucky

Tool allows users to select any major stream and trace it up to its sources or down to its watershed.

TEHRAN - Iran, Iraq, and Syria have signed a deal for the construction of the Middle East’s largest gas pipeline

BROOMFIELD - A black bear will spend one more night in Broomfield until Colorado Parks & Wildlife Officers are able to tranquilize it

VIDEO: Bear Eludes Broomfield Officers

“…you now have to eat three apples to get the same amount of iron as you would have gotten from a single 1940 apple

Rise of the Warrior Cop

Sunday, July 21, 2013

Don Regan, former Merrill Lynch CEO, White House Chief of Staff Tells Reagan to "Speed it Up"

With 90 percent of New Mexico currently in extreme or exceptional drought, the harshest categories in the U.S. Drought Monitor, farmers are forced to go to extremes for water

Snow and ice melting at record speed

Although Arctic sea ice extent is not as low as it was in mid-July of 2012 (the year that Arctic ice dropped to its lowest level on record), over the last two weeks, the ice has melted 61 percent faster than average, with 51,000 square miles disappearing every day

The world's first test tube burger will be cooked and eaten at a live demonstration of "cultured beef" technology in London next month.

Howard Jones - Herbie Hancock - Thomas Dolby - Stevie Wonder

Dinner time for a two headed albino milksnake

FAA warns shooting at drone could result in prosecution similar to shooting at manned airplane

Several signs “warning” drivers of drone-enforced speed zones were mounted along highways in the San Francisco Bay Area.

426 Joplin yards test high for lead levels after being disturbed by tornado

World's 10 Most Mysterious Pictures Ever Taken

Florida Gators LB Antonio Morrison arrested for barking at a police dog

Official: Kansas prisons reach capacity

Saturday, July 20, 2013

This week in press freedoms and privacy rights by Glenn Greenwald

Boulder should move forward with creating a municipal electric utility and begin negotiations to acquire Xcel Energy's local distribution system -- through condemnation if necessary, city officials recommend

Mom of man with Down syndrome talks about his death in Maryland cinema

Mom of man with Down syndrome talks about his death in Maryland cinema by the police(ftfy)

Raw Sewage Has Turned The Hudson Into An Antibiotic-Resistant Cesspool

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Beer drinking king dies in competition tragedy

Wyoming Has Only 2 Escalators

Breaking News - Kansas man, 82, dies after hay bales catch fire

White House correspondent Helen Thomas dies at 92

THE COMMENT ABOUT ISRAEL THAT ENDED HER CAREER IN 2010 - "Tell them to get the hell out of Palestine," she told a rabbi who was interviewing her. "Remember, these people are occupied and it's their land. It's not Germany, it's not Poland." She soon retired from her job as a Hearst columnist.

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Firefighters save woman stuck between two walls in China

via Chinese woman stuck between walls mistaken for a ghost, rescued 7 hours later

Was the Saudi national once identified as a "person of interest" in the Boston bombings, at the White House for a 4th of July celebration ?

Dahr Jamail on what happened in Fallujah: US War Crimes

For the first time, Orthodox Jews can buy sexual lubricants that have been declared kosher.

Black Stuff Found Around Eastern Japan May Be Fukushima Nuclear Fuel

Heaven's Gate Suicide House For Sale

Take a psychedelic stroll in Poncho's newest music video, Tiki Tiki.

Army fights to contain radiation in Fort Bliss military base

Tucson Police Officer Fired After Pointing Gun at Clerk(video)

Millions of US license plates tracked and stored, new ACLU report finds

Heroin in Pakistan more affordable than food

Wipes in the pipes snarling sewers

Chambers Brothers Singer Assaulted After Dedicating Song to Trayvon Martin

A CBS2/KCAL9 photographer and reporter were assaulted Monday night while covering a George Zimmerman protest in Crenshaw(video)

16000-year-old wooly mammoth parts found in Iowa backyard

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Emirati on an Indian Man Mistake Road Accident in Dubai

UAE official arrested for road rage assault in Dubai
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Shock video' Emirati files case against YouTube uploader

John Marek - Back of my Head

Watch John Waters Open One of Andy Warhol “Time Capsules”

When Bowie got busted: Local news reports from his 1976 Rochester, NY pot arrest with Iggy

Blackwater video game: Go to North Africa, make good money and KILL PEOPLE!

Michelle Obama, has been pushing a new program called “Walking School Buses” because “studies show” kids nowadays are lazy

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New Film by Ry Dawson

Ry Dawson - YouTube

A Denver physician group hailed as one of the "pioneers" in a U.S. effort to cut Medicare costs is backing away from the program, after spending more and saving less than expected in the reform effort.

The Forgotten History of Baseball's Most Iconic Objects

Zack Hample, a baseball collector who has caught more than 6,800 major league baseballs in his life

Neural Dust: An Ultrasonic, Low Power Solution for Chronic Brain-Machine Interfaces

The most comprehensive Google map, now built for you

Corey Feldman's "Ascension Millennium"

Pink Floyd - PULSE Live at Earls Court, 1994

Depleted Uranium 12 Gauge Rounds - $17.76

Happy April Fool's Day Sorry, we don't sell these drone rounds! At least not yet!

Jeremy Scahill appeared on Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report Monday night attempting to communicate a few of the lesser-known details surrounding the Obama administration’s secretive drone warfare campaign

Colorado town considers licensing bounty hunters to shoot down drones

Prospective bounty hunters can get a one-year drone-hunting license for $25.

Mining Company Deploys More Masked Militiamen Against "Eco-Terrorists"

How Policemen Got the Nickname “Pigs”

Black bear spotted in Arvada tree

Update-Police say a black bear was spotted again on the northwest side of the city about 5 p.m. Tuesday

and  Black bear spotted again Wednesday in Arvada

Medical Marijuana For Kids

These images capture an amazing process called sand washing, which intends to move a reported 30 million tons of silt downstream in China's Yellow River

David Bowie - Valentine's Day

Doc Holliday's dental chair available at auction

Vladimir Putin dived to the bottom of the Baltic Sea aboard a submersible to explore a ship wreck, the Russian president's latest in a long line of publicity stunts.(video)

Aide to man with Down syndrome who died in theater had warned police

Elmer T. Lee, the legendary master distiller who created the modern single barrel bourbon, died today following a brief illness. Lee was 93 years old.

JUNCTION CITY, Kan. —Junction City officials can't account for about 30 percent of its water usage and has been told by the state that it is exceeding its allotted use.

A father was caught on camera whipping his two teenage daughters brutally with a cable wire for posting to Facebook a sexually suggestive "twerking" video.

How to Twerk

Police officers in Chicago, Illinois can remotely access video shot from any of the city’s 24,000 closed-circuit television cameras

A Korean website assembled this image collection of produce from towns and villages surrounding the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

Soar through the largest canyon in the solar system

Monday, July 15, 2013

John Cougar - Ain't Even Done With The Night (Live 1981)

The Shadowy Cartel of Doctors that Controls Medicare

Rare Tornado Near Pikes Peak

Health care gained more than 320,000 jobs in 2012—the sector’s strongest year in five years

Blacklisted Radio Podcast 7.13.2013

Trayvon Martin Freemason Connection

Eric Cartman's Shocking 9/11 Report

Anna Kendrick - Cups (Pitch Perfect's "When I'm Gone")

Snow + Volcano = Magic

The Secret of Screaming Volcanoes Explained

There are Over 50,000 SWAT Team Raids Annually in America

A 41-year-old man died after apparently being struck in a freak accident by the remote control model helicopter he was trying out

BLUE SPRINGS, Mo.--Blue Springs golfer spots bobcats on course

Enthusiasts started growing quinoa again in the 1980s, mostly in the mountains of Colorado

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Detroit To “Significantly Cut Vested Pensions” For Retirees

NSA Spying Never Catches Israelis?

Teen Gets Pulled Over For Speeding, Swallows Entire Bag Of Meth & Dies

Sand Creek Massacre descendants sue federal government for reparations

Pope Francis laid down a law criminalizing sexual and physical abuse of children on Vatican grounds.

‘You Light Up My Life’ Composer was a Criminal Sex Monster

And his son Son  Was Found Guilty in Manhattan Murder of Fashion Designer

Man arrested in Denver admits he is Kefelegn Alemu Worku, man wanted on torture charges

MASKED, heavily-armed paramilitary rent-a-cops are freaking out Wisconsin

@VictorianPrude at the Texas Senate Committee Meeting

The Central Texas woman who was unconstitutionally interrupted by a lawmaker while delivering testimony at Monday's State Senate hearing on the newly revived abortion bill, and then dragged away from the podium by four DPS Troopers, finally got to finish talking.

Richard Pryor & Sly Stone 11/27/74 (Pryor on drums)

Actual footage of Rev. Jim Jones preaching at The People’s Temple

Beatbox Brilliance: Tom Thum at TEDxSydney

California farmer takes on the national raisin reserve

City-Sized Ice Shelf Breaks Free Of Antarctica

Police officer pepper-sprayed handcuffed suspect in the EAR after he was beaten on the sidewalk

There are 50 symbols currently allowed on the gravestones of US military personnel.

Tom Waits & Crystal Gayle - One From The Heart

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Frying an egg Death Valley style

Video Shows An Impala Jumping Into A Car To Escape A Cheetah

California Will Be Forced To Release Nearly 10,000 Inmates

7 Ways The Obama Administration Has Accelerated Police Militarization

Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Justin Drew Bieber - August Rush-style Guitar Playing

Justin Bieber playing on the Piano
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Justin Bieber Playing Drums

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The NSA Has Inserted Its Code Into Android OS, Or Three Quarters Of All Smartphones

Farmer Digs Fire Line With Tractor In His Hay Field in Weld County, Colorado

Dry Cleaner Drone Delivers Clothes to Customers

Another Broncos exec facing DUI charges; Tom Heckert arrested in Parker

Egypt remains world’s largest wheat importer

Imported Wheat Stocks Dwindle Amid Egypt's Currency Crisis
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The political unrest in Egypt has led to an increase in world demand for Australian wheat.

Masao Yoshida, the man who led the life-risking battle at Japan's crippled nuclear power plant when it was spiraling into meltdowns, has died of cancer of the esophagus.

Officials at Tokyo Electric Power Co. said Yoshida's illness was not related to radioactive exposure.

Montana made history this spring after passing the first state law to prevent the government from spying on anyone in the state by tracking personal information stored in their electronic devices.

The Privatisation of War: “Private Security Companies” on Contract with UN “Humanitarian” and “Peace Keeping” Operations

Buried Secrets - How an Israeli billionaire wrested control of one of Africa’s biggest prizes

America's second-largest employer is a temp agency

The Most Expensive Military Projects Of All Time

A month’s worth of rain in a matter of hours caused chaos in Toronto on Monday

NYPD, Brookhaven Releasing Harmless Gases in Subway for Chemical Weapon Study

Randy Travis Undergoes Heart Surgery After Being Hospitalized in Critical Condition

Watch Randy Travis Get Busted for Public Intoxication

Monday, July 08, 2013

A 16-year-old boy was arrested at a Pink concert in Australia over the weekend after he tweeted a reference to the singer’s “Timebomb” song.

In San Diego, 13 federal and local law enforcement agencies have compiled more than 36 million license-plate scans in a regional database since 2010 with the help of federal homeland security grants

Sex Pistols star Johnny Rotten warning about Jimmy Savile was cut by BBC

A review of Supreme Court decisions in the 2012-2013 term shows win after win for big business.

Lee's Summit Missouri woman reports black bear sighting

Denver Broncos executive Matt Russell arrested on DUI charges in Breckenridge

The official 2001 FBI docs on Urban Moving Systems and the 9-11-2001 Dancing Israelis incident

Rupert Murdoch’s Ex-wife Exposed as Senior Chinese Spy

Rapper Mos Def endures Guantanamo style force feeding to raise awareness for protesting inmates

What Happens to Your Body During a Hunger Strike

Filmmakers plan to shoot Old West thriller in Kansas

Boy robs Colo. State Fair in Batman costume

Man dies after riding Royal Gorge zip line

Royal Gorge Zipline

How Drone Pilots Kill Afghani Militants From Nevada Control Centre

Groupies (1970)

This documentary on rock 'n' roll groupies, including the infamous Plaster Casters, features performances (musical) by such bands as Ten Years After, Terry Reid, Spooky Tooth, and Cat Mother.

Stuff They Don't Want You to Know - Facebook

The Christians United for Israel Washington Summit will convene once again on July 22-24, 2013

Yelp’s new city maps help you avoid hipsters

Paravelo, according to XploreAir, is said to be the world's first flying bicycle, capable of altitudes up to 4,000 feet.

“The first decade of the 21st century was the warmest decade recorded since modern measurements began around 1850.”

Female inmates sterilized in California prisons without approval

The famous radium girls  by the time they died, they were exhaling radon gas and their hair glowed in the dark

CL high rockies jobs

Sunday, July 07, 2013

University Of Denver Draws Heat For Plan To Present George W. Bush With 'Improving Human Condition' Award

T8 is a wirelessly controlled bio-inspired octopod robot made with high resolution 3D printed parts. It uses a total of 26 motors: 3 in each leg and 2 in the abdomen

Brazilian Funk singer gets shot and dies at live concert

Barack Obama Follows a Porn Company on Twitter

The Legislature last week passed a watered down amendment to the state transportation bond bill to add tolls at all border crossings into Massachusett

A high-powered rifle lost in the ATF’s Fast and Furious controversy was used to kill a Mexican police chief in the state of Jalisco earlier this year

SWAT teams raiding poker games and trying to stop underage drinking? Overwhelming paramilitary force is on the rise

Microsoft Quietly Shuts Down MSN TV, Once Known as WebTV

Google processed the RIAA’s latest batch of copyright takedowns making the organization the music industry’s top sender of DMCA notices. Just ahead of the BPI, the RIAA has now removed more than 25 million URL

Google Supposedly Paid Off AdBlock Plus to Not Block Google Ads

Denver’s Restore the 4th & Boycott the Palm: Police Targeting Protesters, Police Assault, Threats of Rape

Saturday, July 06, 2013

Brawl at Pride Fest in Seattle. Street preachers get attacked by crowd

Vicious mugging during gay pride in San Francisco

Top fugitive Italian cocaine boss nabbed in Bogota(pic)

Well known Youtuber/Streamer MarijuanaMan gets robbed at gun point in his own house.

Moose chases skier at Vermont resort

SpaceX's Grasshopper flew 325 m (1066 feet)--higher than Manhattan's Chrysler Building--before smoothly landing back on the pad.

Brazilian soccer referee beheaded by angry fans who put his head on a stake after he stabbed player

Disgusting graphic video of his body in the morgue

SIX of the drivers in seven-car pile-up in Atlanta charged with DUI

The Disaster Monitoring Constellation (DMC) consists of a number of remote sensing satellites constructed by Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) and operated for the Algerian, Nigerian, Turkish, British and Chinese governments by DMC International Imaging.

Inside a Startup's Plan to Turn a Swarm of DIY Satellites Into an All-Seeing Eye

BBC - OJ Simpson the Untold Story

Friday, July 05, 2013

U.S. Postal Service Photographing And Logging All Mail For Law Enforcement - Where Is The Probable Cause?

The state of Missouri is threatening to resurrect the use of the gas chamber for executions, as an alternative to its dwindling supply of lethal-injection drugs.

The Kansas City Fire Department said one of its ambulances got stuck when a sinkhole opened in the downtown area.(pic)

Woman survives sinkhole drop

Man burned after car crashes into Clarksville gas pump (with video)

Atoka Man Bitten By Snake While Noodling

The world’s new largest building is four times the size of Vatican City

The Asimo the robot, started work as a museum guide this week

Confederate soldiers got the short end of the stick throughout the war when it came to food. And that was a crucial factor that helped the North to victory

Jay-Z's New Album Is Basically A Massive Data-Mining Operation

LOVELAND - A crowd has gathered to watch a young black bear perched high in a cottonwood tree in northwest Loveland.

Family of 10 crossing highway after Fourth of July Grand Lake Fireworks Extravaganza hit by truck; father killed

Dog Killer Cop Killed Man with Down Syndrome as a Rookie

Video of St. Louis police officer striking teen is released following his acquittal on assault charges

4th of July DUI Checkpoint - Drug Dogs, Searched without Consent, Rights Taken Away, while Innocent

Tuesday, July 02, 2013

"Back In The U.S.S.R." Isolated Vocals (The Beatles)

This website is a must-have reference for a true Beatle fan. It brings together years of detailed listening to every moment of just about every released Beatle track. It catalogues all those curious little sounds, vocal asides, mistakes, edits, hidden messages and more

Federal Public Defenders Warn Of Dire Budget Cuts

Mystery object in sky over Colorado was testing new tech

Drug Policy director Ethan Nadelmann debates former DEA Chief in marijuana debate

Paralyzed rats relearn to pee - Bladder control restored for the first time in animals with stark spinal cord damage

Tulsa Jail video shows little care given to inmate who died

Shocking Plane Radiation On Flight From Chile To US

David Rockefeller plainly admits his family's involvement in bringing about One World in his Memoirs, detailing his membership and influence in global groups like the Council on Foreign Relations, Bilderberg and the Trilateral Commission. .

 Woman gets busted for meth, slips out of her cuffs, steals the police cruiser, leads police on a chase, ditches the cruiser and hides in a van on a farm and ends up charged with terroristic threats(among other charges)

Rand Paul Tries to Have Abby Martin Fired From RT For Daring To Ask Him