Insults of the Day

The Anti-Moron software on my PC went crazy when I started to read your post. – Thaivisa

God and good men hate so foul a liar. – Shakespeare

Are you always this stupid or are you making a special effort today? – Alice Elliot

He looked as inconspicuous as a tarantula on a slice of angel food. - Raymond Chandler

I hate these Bugs!!… I once broke my finger when one landed on me

Swarms of Cicadas Emerging in Midwest

Midwest Braces for Billions of Cicadas to Emerge After Spending 17 Years Underground


Some people really Spoil their kids

Happy Graduation! Enjoy Your New Nose

Plastic Surgeons See More Teens Getting Work Done at Milestones Like Graduation

Cheryl and her husband, Darryl Kushner, both had nose jobs in their 20s. About two decades later, their 15-year-old daughter, Robin, was unhappy with her similarly shaped family nose and knew rhinoplasty was in her future.

“We had been talking about it for a while,” said Cheryl, 45, who thought her daughter was pretty, but plagued by that “Barbara Streisand hump.” (MORE)

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Imagine Life Without Numbers

Life without numbers in a unique Amazon tribe

1+1=2. Mathematics doesn’t get any more basic than this, but even 1+1 would stump the brightest minds among the Piraha tribe of the Amazon.

A study appearing today in the journal Science reports that the hunter-gatherers seem to be the only group of humans known to have no concept of numbering and counting.

Not only that, but adult Piraha apparently can’t learn to count or understand the concept of numbers or numerals, even when they asked anthropologists to teach them and have been given basic math lessons for months at a time.

Their lack of enumeration skills is just one of the mental and cultural traits that has led scientists who have visited the 300 members of the tribe to describe the Piraha as “something from Mars.”

Daniel Everett, an American linguistic anthropologist, has been studying and living with Piraha for 27 years.

Besides living a numberless life, he reports in a separate study prepared for publication, the Piraha are the only people known to have no distinct words for colours.

They have no written language, and no collective memory going back more than two generations. They don’t sleep for more than two hours at a time during the night or day.

Today’s Insults

When they made you, they broke the mold – and beat the mold maker with the pieces. – anonymous

 You are so dumb, you need a cue card to say “Huh?” – anonymous

Doesn’t know much, but leads the league in nostril hair.- Josh Billing

While he was not dumber than an ox he was not any smarter either.- James Thurber




Expect a Rant Regarding Jerry Real Soon

The Reverend Falwell’s Heavenly Timing
By Frank Rich
The New York Times
Sunday 20 May 2007

Hard as it is to believe now, Jerry Falwell came in second only to Ronald Reagan in a 1983 Good Housekeeping poll anointing “the most admired man in America.” By September 2001, even the Bush administration was looking for a way to ditch the preacher who had joined Pat Robertson on TV to pin the 9/11 attacks on feminists, abortionists, gays and, implicitly, Teletubbies. As David Kuo, a former Bush official for faith-based initiatives, tells the story in his book “Tempting Faith,” the Reverend Falwell was given a ticket to the Washington National Cathedral memorial service that week only on the strict condition that he stay away from reporters and cameras. Mr. Falwell obeyed, though once inside he cracked jokes (“Whoa, does she look frumpy,” he said of Barbara Bush) and chortled nonstop.

This is the great spiritual leader whom John McCain and Mitt Romney raced to praise when he died on Tuesday, just as the G.O.P. presidential contenders were converging for a debate in South Carolina. The McCain camp’s elegiac press release beat out his rival’s by a hair. But everyone including Senator McCain knows he got it right back in 2000, when he labeled Mr. Falwell and Mr. Robertson “agents of intolerance.” Mr. Falwell was always on the wrong, intolerant side of history. He fought against the civil rights movement and ridiculed Desmond Tutu’s battle against apartheid years before calling AIDS the “wrath of a just God against homosexuals” and, in 1999, fingering the Antichrist as an unidentified contemporary Jew. (MORE)

I tell you and tell you… Get a Mac!

Malware ‘hijacks Windows Updates’


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The trojan could hijack Windows security patches

Virus writers may be able to smuggle malicious files onto a computer using Microsoft’s security patch updates, experts say.

At least one program is in circulation that can hijack a key component of Windows Update to introduce malicious software that could be used to hijack a computer.

The method bypasses users’ firewall, allowing files to download undetected.

Microsoft said it was aware of reports of the attack. (MORE)

Pre-birth apples ‘benefit babies’


 Part of a healthy diet


Children of mothers who eat plenty of apples during pregnancy are less likely to develop asthma, research suggests. The University of Aberdeen project quizzed 2,000 mums-to-be on their eating habits, then looked at their child’s health over five years.

They found that those who ate four or more apples a week were half as likely to have an asthmatic child compared with those who ate one or fewer (MORE)

Today’s Insults

I’d get more pleasure from running my nostrils down a cactus, than reading another post from you.Thaivisa

 Your momma’s so fat her parents had to take her to sea world to get baptized. – unknown

Your momma’s so fat when she walks her butt claps. – unknown

If I told you that I have a piece of dirt in my eye, would you move? – Cheryl

Can You Tell Someone’s Race Just By Looking At Them?

Try sorting through all these people and see if you’re as good at it as you think.


How True!

I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones. – Albert Einstein

It is a miracle that curiosity survives formal education. - Albert Einstein

Made From Pencils



Thanks Fred


Today’s Insults

You are a shockingly dissolute plebeian and a disgusting, congenitally clueless dreck whose natural odor could kill an elephant. – anonymous

If you ever had a bright idea, it would be beginner’s luck! – unknown

The old woman was not only ugly with the ugliness age brings us all but showed signs of formidable ugliness by birth – pickle-jar chin, mainsail ears and a nose like a trigonometry problem. What’s more, she had the deep frown and snit wrinkles that come from a lifetime of bad character. – P.J. O’Rourke, Holidays in Hell

Have you considered suing your brain for non-support? – Shelly

What do you get if the work fails? A New Life?

Heart surgery with a guarantee

A Pennsylvania hospital group is offering a 90-day guarantee of workmanship for surgery.
Geisinger Health System is charging a flat fee on elective heart bypass surgery and offering 90 days of follow-up treatment. The hospital said it won’t charge the insurance company if a patient suffers complications or has to come back to the hospital, The New York Times said Thursday.

Since the experiment started in February 2006, patients have been less likely to return to intensive care and spent fewer days in the hospital, Geisinger said.

Isn’t this what we used to call “Secretary of War”?

Analysis: War czar compromise — Part 2
The Bush administration looked for a “war czar.” Instead it got a “junior war coordinator.” But according to American history and to the U.S. Constitution, who should be “war czar” anyway?
The whole concept of a “czar” implies a supreme boss. The term, after all, described the all-powerful, authoritarian emperor of all the Russias for more than 400 years. At times of crisis, especially during wars, over the past century, the call has repeatedly gone up for “czars” to be given sweeping authority over key areas of American war-making, manufacturing or other areas of American life to address some crucial crisis of the moment.

I’d always thought this was an urban myth – Cat recuperated from role as engine part

BOSTON, May 17 (UPI) — A cat in Boston has recuperated from injuries it suffered last month when it found itself in a car’s engine as the vehicle’s ignition started.
Despite having multiple lacerations and a broken leg while inside the car’s engine, officials at the Animal Rescue League said Coco the cat is now healthy and ready for adoption, the Boston Herald reported Thursday.

“She was so badly hurt, yet friendly, and just a really sweet cat,” Animal Rescue League official Jennifer Wooliscroft said of the lucky feline.

The cat had apparently sought shelter and warmth near the car’s engine but was unable to escape when the vehicle’s owner decided to go for a drive, the Herald said.

The newspaper said the cat had a microchip containing its owner’s contact data implanted under its skin but the information was out of date and so worthless.

Obama may be Irish –

An Irish rector says he may have found an ancestral link between U.S. presidential candidate Barack Obama and a family in Moneygall, Ireland.
Rector Stephen Neill told CBS News that antique records in a parishioner’s basement show that the Illinois senator’s great, great, great, great grandfather may have been Joseph Kearney, a shoemaker whose shop once stood on a now-vacant field.

“We’ve got records going back to 1799,” Neill told CBS. “It may well be that this may become a major tourist attraction depending on the results of the presidential election next year.

Believe it or not… I’ve talked to folks that feel this way

Many don’t see need to lower cancer risk

Some feel they are fated for cancer, so they don’t seek to prevent it; their belief might turn into a self-fulfilling prophecy, says a U.S. survey.
A substantial number of U.S. adults hold fatalistic beliefs about cancer and are correspondingly less likely to take basic steps to lower their cancer risk, such as exercising, quitting smoking and eating a healthy diet rich in fruits and vegetables, according to a study published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention.

“Many Americans seem to feel afraid and helpless in regards to cancer, which may be exacerbated by conflicting news reports and a general lack of education on the causes and prevention of cancer,” Jeff Niederdeppe, of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, said in a statement. “They say, “Well, there is nothing much you can do about it,’ and, as our survey shows, they indeed do nothing about it.” (continued)

Herpes infection might have an up side

U.S. medical scientists say a herpes virus infection has an unexpected up side, at least in mice, since it protects them against bacterial infections. (MORE)

Today’s Insults

your father screwed a plant and raised a blooming idiot - unknown

You are a precociously unsightly scoundrel and a deplorable, simple-minded proof that God has a disturbed sense of humor. – Mike

Here comes those I have done good to against my will. – Shakespeare

You know what happens when you assume? You make an ASS out of U and ME – Aunt Mer

The male chromosome is an incomplete female chromosome. In other words the male is a walking abortion; aborted at the gene stage. To be male is to be deficient, emotionally limited; maleness is a deficiency disease and males are emotional cripples.
- Valerie Solanos

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