Archive | December, 2011

Two or more alcoholic drinks a day increases risk of cancer

This is probably something you don’t want to hear just before a huge New Years’ Eve binge, however here it is: A research journal published by BMJ (British Medical Journal) has concluded that consuming more than two alcoholic beverages a day could significantly increase the risk of contracting cancers. BMJ found that even slightly more […]

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Ocean Marketing needs to N-Control Paul Christoforo

This is excellent timing for the holidays. Have a read about this absolute moron, Paul Christoforo, who works at Ocean Marketing in Boston, a Public Relations firm which, in spite of having one of the shittest looking websites ever seen in the gaming industry, somehow officially represents N-Control, a maker of modified game controllers for hardcore […]

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A Merry Christmas to political correctness

Just over a month ago, Intentious censured the ideology of strict political correctness, vowing to uncover social problems created rather than solved by favouring political correctness over openness and freedom. However, this Christmas, we are pleased to bring you a positive story where the irrational fears of backlash, offense and lawsuits that so often justify […]

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The Gag Order

I like to think I wake up with the freedom of knowing what sort of people are in my way of harm. I like to think that I have the freedom of knowing what sort of people are moving amongst me in my way of life. Mostly, I like to think all of this because […]

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Westerners, try to understand why North Koreans are mourning Kim Jong Il

In the wake of Kim Jong Ils passing, speculation is mounting in international media that the very public wailing in the streets by North Koreans mourning their brutal, torturous dictator, is nothing but forced. In truly Orwellian scenes, North Koreans are playing the game of of “I am more sad than you” after the passing […]

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