Archive for March 19th, 2014

Traditional Physics

Wednesday, March 19th, 2014

The woman is demonstrating a basic law of physics. When one object (a melon) hits another object (a head) with force, the second object moves in the same direction as the first.

This scientific principle was suspended only once in the history of the universe.  The Warren Commission concluded that John Kennedy was shot in the BACK of the head which would normally force his head forward.  But as the Zapruder film clearly shows, Kennedy’s head exploded BACKWARDS.  After that shot, the natural laws of physics resumed.

A Diet Of Integrity

Wednesday, March 19th, 2014


Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers is a group that allows people to anonymously help police solve crimes. A judge demanded that Richard Masten, the head of the unit, give to the court the name of one of its tipsters.  Masten refused, ate the evidence, and now faces a jail term for contempt of court.

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Nervous Again

Wednesday, March 19th, 2014

Taking A Dip

Wednesday, March 19th, 2014

Wikipedia: The most famous maneuver of all was the “Bunny Dip.”  To do the “Bunny Dip” the Bunny gracefully leaned backwards while bending at the knees with the left knee lifted and tucked behind the right leg. This maneuver allowed the Bunny to serve drinks while keeping her low-cut costume in place. Strict regulations were enforced by special workers in the guise of patrons.

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God Doesn’t Make Mistakes

Wednesday, March 19th, 2014

The only time I went to strip clubs was when I was in my early 20’s. At one mob-run joint downtown, I became friends with a dancer named Emily. Emily loved for me to come in so she could talk. “Franco, you always see the best in me. After talking to you, I feel better about myself.” Emily had a sad story – but one thing tore at my heart: she was ashamed of being a stripper – and scared her two young daughters would find out one day.

I worked at an ad agency at the time and knew another agency that needed a receptionist. My friends owned it and would be pleased to interview Emily regardless of where she worked before. If she was good with people, could work the phones, and was a friend of mine, she just about had the job…Read more here.