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Botched Border Control – Unicorn Passport Gets Through Customs

We all know how much of a crack down border security has become in the recent years since 9/11. Coming from Northern Ireland myself I’m no stranger to being stopped for searches going into airports, on the roads leading up to airports at  custom built army car security points, or even going into shops and […]

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Newborn baby found trapped in sewer pipe in China, Liveleak

Sewer baby somehow survives, Chinese fathers not accountable

This video is heartbreaking. I don’t have a transcript of the entire thing but later in the video one of the rescuers can be heard saying “Be careful, be careful! That’s enough, do not saw anymore, use pliers!” In the middle of the afternoon in Pujiang County, Zhejiang Jiangnan in China, a tenant of an […]

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I regret having children | Intentious, Controversial Topics

My Butt Is Covered In Moss — So Is Yours; You Just Won’t Admit It

Here, I offer a hearty congratulations to Mr. Andrew Beato. On October 29th of 2012, Mr. Beato published a post on Intentious entitled, as ridiculously as the title above, “I Regret Having Children – So Do You, You Just Won’t Admit It.” I would strongly encourage the reader to read that post first before continuing […]

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Indian Millionare Advertises for a ‘Slim, Childless, Meat-Eating’ New Wife.

I’m all for getting what you want, and being open and honest in going about doing so, but I’m always intrigued by different cultures and classes interpretation of this. Only last week saw an Indian millionaire, now living in Mexico, take out a full page ad in The Times of India to seek a wife. […]

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How do I get my parents to let me quit this gay Kumon bullshit?

That’s a real quote from a kid who has been forced to attend Kumon, the “world’s largest after-school math and reading enrichment program” having served over 16 million children as young as three, to the threshold of university. Some of the rest of his post is as follows: I go to this thing called “Kumon”. I […]

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