Category:
Nausea, Revulsion and Disgust

Steal This Record!



What other ethical choice do you have, if you support Barbara Dane's point of view?

I do feel sorry for her husband, though, working in the coal mine without any shoes. Ouch!

Still, if you insist on purchasing this CD and supporting the vile capitalist system, the link is below.

Posted By: Paul - Sat Mar 14, 2015 - Comments (8)
Category: Bombast, Bloviation and Pretentiousness, Business, Music, Bohemians, Beatniks, Hippies and Slackers, 1970s, Nausea, Revulsion and Disgust

Zombie Nativity

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Have zombies finally jumped the shark?

Picture from Yahoo Images.

Posted By: patty - Tue Dec 23, 2014 - Comments (2)
Category: Holidays, Imitations, Forgeries, Rip-offs and Faux, Can’t Possibly Be True, Nausea, Revulsion and Disgust

Real or Fake?

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Would you drive by the above and keep going thinking it was fake? A man beheaded his mother and kicked her head around before stepping in front of a train. Passers-by said they thought it was a Halloween prank.

Posted By: patty - Thu Oct 30, 2014 - Comments (6)
Category: Crime, Evil, Dismemberment, Nausea, Revulsion and Disgust

Wrong Way

Frozen poop pills?!? Yes, that is what they are using to treat Clostridium difficile, or C diff, a bacteria that when over abundant in the bowel causes debilitating diarrhea. Samples of feces from a healthy donor with a good bacterial balance in the bowel are put in capsules that are acid resistant and frozen. The capsule is acid resistant so it will not dissolve before carrying the good bacteria to the intestines where it is needed. It is frozen to make it easier for the patient to swallow. The treatment has been very successful and that is great, but I have one word for the Doctors involved: suppositories!

Posted By: patty - Sun Oct 12, 2014 - Comments (10)
Category: Drugs, Diseases, Disease, Nausea, Revulsion and Disgust

Poopy Trap

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In Vienna, Austria someone set a bucket full of feces to explode when a line was tripped at a spot where police regularly park to watch for speeders. The police officer who tripped it was covered in poo from six and a half feet away. He wasn't injured except perhaps his dignity.

Posted By: patty - Wed Sep 17, 2014 - Comments (9)
Category: Cops, Explosives, Pranks and Revenge, Stupid Criminals, Nausea, Revulsion and Disgust

Space Trainer

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Original article here.

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Original ad here.

Undoubtedly nicknamed "the vomit comet," like the famous edge-of-space jet flight trainer.

Used by "schools for the blind"...?!?

Posted By: Paul - Wed May 28, 2014 - Comments (7)
Category: Toys, 1960s, Brain Damage, Nausea, Revulsion and Disgust

Funky Cheese


So how many of you culinary adventurers out there would try this stuff?

Posted By: patty - Mon Jan 13, 2014 - Comments (5)
Category: Nausea, Revulsion and Disgust

S P I D E R S !


ITS RAINING SPIDERS!!! HORRORS!

Posted By: patty - Sat Feb 09, 2013 - Comments (3)
Category: Nausea, Revulsion and Disgust

Brand New Urban Legend

There is a really great new urban legend circulating out there folks. Fake calamari is made from pig rectums! At least everyone is saying it is just an urban legend.

Posted By: patty - Tue Jan 22, 2013 - Comments (15)
Category: Nausea, Revulsion and Disgust

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