When we reported on the sexual hygiene products Thursday, we didn’t think we would be able to top unacceptable or socially awkward consumer products so soon…but we have!
We have run across “15 Unintentionally Perverted Toys for Children” as it pertains to the site Cracked.com. They make mention of the self-fulfilling Tarzan, if you know what we mean. Also, the Dora water game that is shaped in the form of male genitalia, and certainly last but not least, the sodomizing Rafiki figurine? Yikes! Continue reading →
George Zimmerman’s fate and the hopeful retribution for Trayvon Martin’s loss of life case is coming up in just a few more months, but even as the case has been reviewed time after time, some people have not learned anything. They really believe that Zimmerman had a right to stalk and then kill the young man.
Towson University in Towson, Maryland, has been notified via the school’s newspaper The Towerlight, that a “white-pride group” called the White Student Union, (WSU) will start patrolling the campus nightly to keep students, or maybe just white students, from being attacked.
The group was founded by Towson University senior Matthew Heimbach, who was also present at the CPAC conference we reported Wednesday, supporting a fellow member of the organization, Scott Terry, when he said that said that slavery wasn’t so bad because it clothed and fed blacks and they fully agree with segregation. Continue reading →
As the Supreme Court is deciding the fate of same sex marriage federal marriage benefits and state marriage recognition, a discovery has been made that dates the issue of same sex marriage as far back as the 70s.
The Queer Museum features a photo from circa 1970 of two African American women posed together in a wedding photo after their wedding. The couple were married in Chicago, but a marriage license does not accompany the picture.
The picture features Edna Knowles and Peaches Stevens who were married, not in a chapel, but at a gay bar on the South Side of Chicago called Liz’s Mark III Lounge. The picture was featured in Jet Magazine’s October 15, 1970 issue and said that the wedding took place “before a host of friends and well wishers.” Continue reading →
This story would’ve ended up in the jokey joke section, but it’s real. We didn’t realize there was such a demand for bacon-flavored products on the market.
But Procter & Gamble stands by the authenticity of their new bacon-flavored Scope. The company claims that the mouthwash will leave your breath minty fresh while giving you breath that sizzles. How is that possible? Just sounds like hot breath to me. With that information alone, the product is shaping up to be a fail. Continue reading →
A relationship can be lethal to a person’s brain when they become obsessed with their mate. They begin to stalk, threaten, humiliate, and may even turn to psychics and mystics who unwittingly assist them with their insanity.
Raymond E. Bradshaw, Jr., 65, of Washington, D.C., turned to voodoo for help with keeping his wife. But, when it didn’t work out, he shifted his voodoo requests to kill his wife. Cheryl McLaughin told the Washington Post, that once in summer 2012, she came home to a candle-lit home with pieces of paper under each candle that read: ““make her stay” or “make her love me.” A wack job, right? But that didn’t work for him, so he just went gangster and said forget this voodoo and asked his nephew to shoot her. Cheryl McLaughlin was saved because Bradshaw’s nephew took his uncle’s offer to his mother instead of acting on it. Continue reading →
If you played for the Powerball jackpot of $338 million, you would be one of millions that also got out there and tried their luck. As soon as the jackpot gets to the hundreds of millions, many offices and friends pool their money to give themselves a better chance at winning.
Keller Williams Partner Realty in Plantation, Florida, was one of those offices that put together an office pool and THEY WON! Office team leader Laurie Finkelstein Reader had the great idea for the office to each put in $20 toward Powerball tickets. But Jennifer Maldonado, who has an autistic 4-year-old child, decided that she would keep her $20 because of personal priorities that trumped playing the lottery. Someone even offered to loan her the $20, but she declined. Continue reading →
The United States Military puts it all on the line for us every single day. They have made the selfless decision to put themselves in harm’s way for us, yet they return home from war to disrespect?
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) are denying claims that they made a marine remove his prosthetic legs at the security checkpoint March 13, in Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport as he was traveling to San Diego, California, according to ABC News.
But according to TSA, the Marine never filed a complaint and after investigating the claims from Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.), concluded that the event never happened. According to The Hill:
“After reviewing TSA video (CCTV), interviewing and receiving written statements from all officers involved, we found that the soldier was not asked and did not remove his prosthetic legs,” TSA blogger Bob Burns wrote in a post on the agency’s website.”
But Hunter’s office is not convinced that the eyewitness accounts reported to his office are not credible. The accounts reported to his office infuriated the congressman Continue reading →
In the bible, locusts signify mass destruction. They devour everything in their path, killing crops and in Revelations, they were ordered to “torment” man.
The worst infestation of locusts since the 1950’s has descended upon Madagascar. BBC News Africa reports that the flying menaces threaten the food supply of the already impoverished nation of 22 million that inhabit the small Indian Ocean island. The UN’s Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), is giving a bleak forecast for the nation. Continue reading →