Archive for November 16th, 2013

No Conspiracy? So Who Were These Guys?

Saturday, November 16th, 2013

This photo was taken seconds after Kennedy's motorcade sped from the area and seconds before "Secret Service" agents appeared.

One of the most glaring flaws in the Warren Commission’s ‘no conspiracy’ conclusion is the appearance of ‘phantom Secret Service agents’ immediately after JFK’s assassination.

Within seconds of Kennedy’s head exploding, a number of those watching the horror rushed up the grassy knoll from where they thought the shots were fired.  One of those people was Dallas police officer Seymour Weitzman who had unholstered his pistol. They were all stopped and turned back by two men in business suits who held up official-looking identification badges and claimed to be Secret Service agents.

This is an absolute fact, appearing in the testimony before the Commission by a number of people including Weitzman.  It is indisputable evidence from the testimony, photographs, and amateur films taken at the time.  But neither the Secret Service nor any other government agency had men at that location.

The Commission acknowledged it was true – but had ‘no explanation’ for it.

So if there was no conspiracy – WTF -WERE THESE GUYS?!

Ask yourself that every time you hear Lee Harvey Oswald “acted alone.”

Just Don’t Move Them Near Me

Saturday, November 16th, 2013

Flash Mob Orgasm!

Saturday, November 16th, 2013

If you saw the 1989 film “When Harry Met Sally,” you undoubtedly remember the scene when Sally faked a loud, vocal orgasm to a shocked Harry and the diners around them. The scene was filmed at Katz’s Delicatessen in New York City 25-years ago.

Today there’s a new breed of up and comers who decided to delight customers in Katz’s again; this time with actors from a comedy troupe named ‘Improv Everywhere’ and their flashmob friends.

From Wikipedia: “a FLASHMOB Is a group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform an unusual and seemingly pointless act for a brief time, then quickly disperse, often for the purposes of entertainment, satire, and artistic expression.”


If you’d like to see the modern, real-life version of the scene, come here.

Most men assume women fake climaxes.  Most women assume men care.