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May 31, 2006

Project for the New American Century

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Project for the New American Century (PNAC) is a American political think tank, based in Washington, DC. The controversial group was established in early 1997 as a non-profit organization with the goal of promoting "American global leadership." The chairman is William Kristol, editor of the Weekly Standard and a regular contributor to the Fox News Channel. The group is an initiative of the New Citizenship Project, a non-profit 501c3 organization that is funded by the Sarah Scaife Foundation, the John M. Olin Foundation and the Bradley Foundation. [1]

Critics allege the controversial organization proposes military and economic, space, cyberspace, and global domination by the United States, so as to establish — or maintain — American dominance in world affairs (Pax Americana). [citation needed] Some have argued the American-led invasion of Iraq in March of 2003 was the first step in furthering these plans.

Supporters of the PNAC counter such criticisms as little more than conspiracy theories and that the organization's stated mission is mainstream conservative foreign policy proposals.

(Link - Wikipedia: Project for the New American Century)
One motherfuckin' creepy-ass description. Read it.

World of Warcraft Nekkid Ladies...

Yes. Porn is everywhere.. It's the freakin' internet. Games & nudie pics. Ok. More to the point, it's nekkid skins for WoW. I'd post some here, but they are definately NSFW. So, all that will appear is a link. Enter at your own, sexy risk!
My favorite? The Gnome Female Bottomless Comparison NSFW!(Link)...
So, if grinding 60+ levels in the world's largest MMORPG is getting borring, maybe a little pixelated nudity is just the ticket.
(Link - Lucid Skin)

New game from the Creator of Leisure Suit Larry....


Check it out!!!

I played the Leisure Suit Larry games way before I was old enough. Looking back some of it doesn't really hold up. But, sweet games none the less. The XBOX version (Link) is fun for a little, but not the irreverant game that I remember it being as a kid. Anyho, the creator has come out of retirement with a new company & a new game in the works called Sam Suede: Undercover Exposure. Gamasutra has an interesting interview with him that talks about creating comedic games.
(Link - Gamasutra)

Get your Dwight BobbleHead...



I love the Office... The hillarity never stops. And now, as featured in the show, you to can have the Dwight BobbleHead.. I know I will be pre-ordering mine (they ship July 30).
What a stud!
(Link - NBC Shop)

Number Stations...

Now, I'm using Wikipedia as the source for this ... So, obviously, take it with a grain of salt. The general idea though, it solid.

From Wikipedia (Link)...

Numbers stations are shortwave radio stations of uncertain origin. They generally broadcast people reading streams of numbers, words, or letters (sometimes using a phonetic alphabet).

The voices that can be heard on these stations are often mysterious: mechanically generated; spoken in a wide variety of languages; usually female, but sometimes male or those of children.

Evidence supports popular assumptions that the broadcasts are channels of communication used to send messages to spies. This has not been publicly acknowledged by any government that may operate a numbers station, but in one case, numbers station espionage has been publicly prosecuted by a foreign court.

Numbers stations appear and disappear over time (although some follow regular schedules), and their overall activity has increased slightly since the early 1990s. This increase suggests that when they were spy-related phenomena, they were not unique to the Cold War.


The truth is out there.


(Link - Wikipedia: Number Stations)

The Broken Laptop I Sold on Ebay


"After selling a broken laptop on Ebay..the buyer was pleasantly surprised to find Amir didn�t wipe the hard drive. The purchaser then created a blog and posted several unflattering photos and details of Amir�s life..."

HaHa!


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(Link - Amir Massoud... Blog Continues)