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  • Welcome to the Bush-Obama White House: They're Spying on Us [Media Blaming BUSH!]

    06/06/2013 8:40:08 AM PDT · by SoFloFreeper · 16 replies
    National Journal ^ | 6/6/13 | Ron Fournier
    Welcome to the era of Bush-Obama, a 16-year span of U.S. history that will be remembered for an unprecedented erosion of civil liberties and a disregard for transparency. On the war against a tactic—terrorism—and its insidious fallout, the United States could have skipped the 2008 election. It made little difference. Despite his clear and popular promises to the contrary, President Obama has not shifted the balance between security and freedom to a more natural state—one not blinded by worst fears and tarred by power grabs.
  • Dung beetle blues (Life is like a Freepathon, a constant struggle)

    02/11/2013 11:09:36 PM PST · by SWAMPSNIPER
    YOUTUBE ^ | February 12, 2013 | WorldsFunniestVideo
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  • Dung beetles guided by Milky Way

    01/24/2013 11:33:39 AM PST · by skinkinthegrass · 38 replies ^ | Jan. 21, 2013 | Alan Boyle
    When dung beetles roll their tiny balls of poop across the sands of South Africa on a moonless night, they look to the glow of our Milky Way galaxy as a navigational aid, researchers report. "Even on clear, moonless nights, many dung beetles still manage to orientate along straight paths," Marie Dacke, a biologist at Sweden's Lund University, said in a news release. "This led us to suspect that the beetles exploit the starry sky for orientation — a feat that had, to our knowledge, never before been demonstrated in an insect."
  • How Gross!… HAZMAT Called in to Remove 200 POUNDS OF FECES Near #Occupy Santa Cruz Squatters Camp

    11/20/2011 9:16:35 PM PST · by Just4Him · 39 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | 11/20/20111 | Jim Hoft
    How Freaking Gross— The Occupy Santa Cruz squatters are not only suffering from a ringworm and scabies problem… Hazmat officials were called in to remove 200 pounds of feces from a lot near the #Occupy Santa Cruz squatter camp. On November 15 the Occupy Santa Cruz website announced that the members had provided its own portable toilet and handwashing station and soon would be placing more toilets in the park itself (photo by Alex Darocy) There’s a whole lot of squatting going on at Camp Poopstock Santa Cruz. Verum Serum posted on this disturbing report from the Mercury Times: This...
  • Manure Spill Over Mile Long Closes Md. Road

    09/20/2011 12:01:18 AM PDT · by BerryDingle · 33 replies
    AP/ NBC Washington ^ | Sept 19, 2011 | NBC Washington
    Investigators said they are still searching for the source of the manure.
  • Daily Presidential Tracking Poll (HUSSEIN STANDS AT -15 as America Gets Ready for Daytona 500!)

    02/19/2011 3:01:39 PM PST · by Recovering_Democrat · 8 replies
    Rasmussen ^ | 2/19/2011
    The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Saturday shows that 25% of the nation's voters Strongly Approve of the way that Barack Obama is performing his role as president. Forty percent (40%) Strongly Disapprove, giving Obama a Presidential Approval Index rating of -15
  • Homeowner shoots man breaking in dog door

    01/06/2011 3:59:09 AM PST · by marktwain · 16 replies ^ | 3 January, 2011 | Chellie Mills
    <p>OKLAHOMA CITY -- A metro homeowner shoots at an intruder. It happened early Monday morning in Northwest Oklahoma City. Police say the suspect made his way into the home in a very unconventional way, climbing through the dog door.</p> <p>Oklahoma City Police Lt. Kevin Parton says, "He was opening and closing the door to make sure he could get out of the house when he was confronted by the homeowner."</p>
  • CNN: When Does The Statute Of Limitations Run Out On Blaming Bush?

    06/13/2010 2:11:16 PM PDT · by i88schwartz · 127 replies · 5,318+ views
    RealClearPolitics ^ | June 13, 2010 | RealClearPolitics
    CNN's Candy Crowley asks Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC): "When does the statute of limitations run out on blaming the Bush administration and when is it on you all as the governing -- really in the House and the Senate and the White House. When does the economy your baby, so to speak?"
  • Clyburn: 'Elephant dung all over the place'

    06/13/2010 7:07:55 AM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 76 replies · 1,551+ views
    Clyburn: 'Elephant dung all over the place' House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-S.C.) today repeated his earlier suspicions that the Democrat’s Senate candidate in South Carolina might have been a “plant.” “I believe he’s someone’s plant,” Clyburn said this morning on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “I saw in the Democratic primary elephant dung all over the place.” Clyburn has called on state officials to investigate how Alvin Greene won the Senate primary last week. Greene, who was essentially unknown before Tuesday’s primary, is unemployed and is allegedly facing felony charges for showing pornographic images to a college student. Clyburn...
  • Female Dung Beetles Evolved Elaborate Horns to Fight for the Choicest Poop

    03/04/2010 6:18:11 PM PST · by cajuncow · 21 replies · 491+ views
    Male animals often use their horns to fight over females, but at least one species’ females use their horns to fight over excrement. The species, no surprise, is the dung beetle. Unlike many of the animals we usually associate with elaborate horns, antlers, or other head weaponry—in which the male has the most impressive set—dung beetle females have horns that put the male version to shame.
  • Reindeer dung ornaments, jewelry net Ill. zoo $20K

    12/23/2009 9:24:00 AM PST · by JoeProBono · 18 replies · 565+ views
    hosted ^ | Dec 23
    BLOOMINGTON, Ill. (AP) -- Necklaces and Christmas ornaments made from dime-sized pieces of reindeer droppings have earned a Bloomington, Ill., zoo nearly $21,000 this holiday season. The Miller Park Zoological Society made about $5,000 selling reindeer-dropping ornaments last year. It added necklaces this year when customers asked if jewelry was available.....
  • "Senator McCain, please return my donations." (Vanity)

    09/28/2008 9:43:45 AM PDT · by kenavi · 55 replies · 1,255+ views
    self ^ | 9/28/08 | me
    "To McCain for President Campaign Headquarters" If Senator McCain votes for the bail-out bill, kindly refund my donations to his Presidential campaign, totaling $xxx. Of course, nothing will be able to compensate me and other solvent citizens for the loss of economic opportunity and freedom that this bill will cause, or to Senator McCain for the destruction of his campaign and his political legacy. Sincerely, no longer yours, An ex-banker
  • McCotter calls the bailout bill "dung"

    09/28/2008 8:28:17 AM PDT · by ConservativeMan55 · 37 replies · 998+ views
    Awesome quote from Thaddeus Mcotter! "Congress has left 700-billion dollars worth of dung on the taxpayers doorstep, rang the doorbell and ran away" "And now they expect us to say thank you?" He was just on Foxnews. This guy ROCKS. He was visibly pissed.
  • Pigeon dung examined in bridge collapse

    08/22/2007 3:32:54 PM PDT · by EveningStar · 6 replies · 581+ views
    AP - Yahoo ^ | August 22, 2007 | Martiga Lohn
    Pounded and strained by heavy traffic and weakened by missing bolts and cracking steel, the failed interstate bridge over the Mississippi River also faced a less obvious enemy: pigeons. Inspectors began documenting the buildup of pigeon dung on the span near downtown Minneapolis two decades ago. Experts say the corrosive guano deposited all over the Interstate 35W span's framework helped the steel beams rust faster...
  • It's Live Earth Versus Africa (Tell Algore we need gas & electricity - the dung is killing us)

    07/09/2007 4:24:55 PM PDT · by Libloather · 10 replies · 757+ views
    AllAfrica ^ | 7/09/07 | Kofi Bentil
    It's Live Earth Versus AfricaThe Monitor (Kampala) OPINION 8 July 2007 Posted to the web 9 July 2007 Kofi Bentil Kampala Few people in Africa will get to see Al Gore and his troupe of rock-star ecologists strutting their stuff during the series of Live Earth concerts this weekend --because most have neither television nor electricity. That's just as well, because they would be aghast at LiveEarth's bizarre message. In Africa, we have much more serious things to worry about than climate change. Indeed, if they achieve their objective the concerts will have done harm to the people of Africa....
  • Dung power at U.S. ethanol plant

    02/26/2007 10:39:05 PM PST · by thackney · 10 replies · 439+ views
    Reuters ^ | Feb 25, 2007 | Carey Gillam
    MEAD, Nebraska (Reuters) - The frosty-breathed cattle jostling for position at a feeding trough in rural Nebraska are not quite as typical as they appear: their manure is being captured in a new bid to quench America's thirst for ethanol. Like other cows in the Midwestern landscape, the animals at the Mead plant, part of an experimental scheme dubbed "Genesis", churn out a steady supply of energy-rich excrement each day. But these 27,000 cattle stand on slatted floors to deposit an estimated 1.6 million pounds (726,000 kg) of dung daily into deep pits, which are located adjacent to a new...
  • Scientists Discover Nature Is Filthy

    10/08/2006 8:29:11 AM PDT · by John Semmens · 15 replies · 613+ views
    AZCONSERVATIVE ^ | 7 Oct 2006 | John Semmens
    Scientists have run high-tech tests on harmful bacteria in local rivers and streams and found that the majority of the germs in the Potomac and Anacostia rivers come from wildlife dung. The finding has put the Environmental Protection Agency in a quandary. “I was out in a wilderness area last week,” said EPA Public Information Officer Forest Greene. “Everywhere I looked there was dirt, debris, and decaying vegetation. I ruined a good pair of shoes stepping in some animal’s dung. These creatures are fouling their own nest, so to speak. This really throws a monkey wrench into our perspective on...
  • National trial lawyers group deletes 'trial lawyers' from name

    07/20/2006 2:45:41 PM PDT · by pissant · 30 replies · 602+ views
    AP via OregonLive ^ | 7/19/06 | staff
    SEATTLE (AP) — The Association of Trial Lawyers of America voted during its convention this week to change its name to the American Association for Justice. Spokeswoman Chris Mather said there was overwhelming support for the change, and that the new name "reflects whose side we're on in the fight for justice." The U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform, a critic of the trial lawyers group, called it "an astounding admission of the unpopularity of trial lawyers in America." The 60-year-old association has 65,000 members.
  • Japanese Make Gasoline From Cattle Dung

    03/03/2006 12:14:12 PM PST · by tallhappy · 90 replies · 1,359+ views
    AP ^ | 3-3-06 | KOZO MIZOGUCHI
    Japanese Make Gasoline From Cattle Dung By KOZO MIZOGUCHI, Associated Press WriterFri Mar 3, 7:57 AM ET Scientists in energy-poor Japan said Friday they have found a new source of gasoline — cattle dung. Sakae Shibusawa, an agriculture engineering professor at the Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, said his team has successfully extracted 1.4 milliliters (0.042 ounces) of gasoline from every 100 grams (3.5 ounces) of cow dung by applying high pressure and heat. "The new technology will be a boon for livestock breeders" to reduce the burden of disposing of large amounts of waste, Shibusawa said. About 500,000...
  • Cow urine offered as cure all

    03/01/2005 8:15:34 AM PST · by LibWhacker · 42 replies · 2,353+ views
    Yahoo! News | Reuters ^ | 3/1/05 | Terry Friel
    A worker with India's main opposition party displays an antiseptic aftershave made of cow urine at a stall in party headquarters in New Delhi February 25, 2005. Alongside life-sized posters of Hindu nationalist leaders, Indian political activists can now buy lotions, potions and pills to cure anything from cancer to hysteria to piles -- all made from cow urine or dung. (B Mathur/Reuters) NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Alongside life-size posters of Hindu nationalist leaders, Indian political activists can now buy lotions, potions and pills to cure anything from cancer to hysteria to piles -- all made from cow urine or...
  • Police hunt poo protesters

    01/24/2005 4:26:45 PM PST · by zarf · 22 replies · 817+ views
    Ananova ^ | 1/24/05 | Ananova
    Police in Germany are hunting pranksters who have been sticking miniature US flags into piles of dog poo in public parks. Josef Oettl, parks administrator for Bayreuth, said: "This has been going on for about a year now, and there must be 2,000 to 3,000 piles of excrement that have been claimed during that time." The series of incidents was originally thought to be some sort of protest against the US-led invasion of Iraq. And then when it continued it was thought to be a protest against President George W. Bush's campaign for re-election. But it is still going on...
  • Organisers worried about smell of horse dung at VMA's

    11/18/2004 5:34:53 AM PST · by Red Badger · 17 replies · 428+ views
    Ananova ^ | 11/18/2004 | Staff
    Organisers of the MTV Europe Music Awards are in a panic over an unusual last minute problem - horse dung. The ceremony is taking place in the Tore di Valle racecourse in Rome later and bosses are worried the overpowering smell of manure will offend star guests. An insider said: "All the dressing rooms are based around the track and it really stank of horse dung at first. Organisers have been desperate cleaning to get rid of the smell." Stars including Eminem, Gwen Stefani, Franz Ferdinand - who will also be performing - and Anastacia are all expected to attend...
  • 10/01/2004 8:55:11 AM PDT · by EveningStar · 29 replies · 726+ views
    Ananova ^ | September 28, 2004 | Staff
    Education authorities in southern India have suspended a teacher for forcing his students to eat cow dung. It's believed the teacher imposed the punishment because pupils laughed when he fell off a chair while sleeping in the classroom. The teacher, Basavarajappa, has been accused of ordering a student to bring cow dung into the classroom and making his colleagues eat it - four times. Parents made complaints to the management of the government school at Arundi after the children refused to attend classes. When the school management apparently failed to act on the complaints, the parents took the matter to...
  • A Human Migration Fueled By Dung?

    08/18/2003 10:08:05 AM PDT · by blam · 21 replies · 459+ views
    Science News Magazine ^ | 8-9-2003 | Sid Perkins
    Week of Aug. 9, 2003; Vol. 164, No. 6 A human migration fueled by dung? Sid Perkins Science News Magazine From Reno, Nevada, at a meeting of the International Union for Quaternary Research When people made their way from Asia to the Americas, the path they took may have been covered in dung. At the peak of the last ice age, when sea levels were low, a land bridge that's now submerged in many places connected what are now Alaska and northeastern Russia. Although much of the area was dry more than 50,000 years ago, firm archaeological evidence of human...
  • Dung Beetles Navigate by the Moon, Study Says

    07/02/2003 2:59:31 PM PDT · by demlosers · 29 replies · 232+ views
    National Geographic News ^ | July 2, 2003 | John Roach
    Out on the African savanna, a fresh and moist pile of fine-grained antelope dung is a nutritious treasure aggressively fought over by a melee of critters. The spoils go to those with the craftiest strategies to snatch and stash a piece of the pie. To gain an edge in this battle for the poop, the African dung beetle Scarabaeus zambesianus orients itself by the polarized light pattern cast by the moon to make a straight, nighttime escape with its morsel, according to Marie Dacke, a biologist at the University of Lund in Sweden. "There are so many beetles at the...
  • Ancient dung reveals a picture of the past

    04/23/2003 9:41:25 AM PDT · by SteveH · 37 replies · 814+ views
    ABC Science Online (Australia) ^ | 4/18/03 | Abbie Thomas
    News in Science 18/4/2003 Ancient dung reveals a picture of the past [This is the print version of story] An arctic mound of soil covering a core of solid ice in northeastern Siberia (Pic: Science) The successful dating of the most ancient genetic material yet may allow scientists to use preserved DNA from sources such as mammoth dung to help paint a picture of past environments. An international research effort led by Eske Willerslev of the University of Copenhagen in Denmark reports in today?s issue of the journal Science it has extracted well preserved animal and plant DNA from...