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 Leatherman Launches Fashion Band With 25 Tools – And You Can Even Use It As A Watch Strap







” Forget carrying a Swiss Army Knife –  if you want to be prepared, all you really need is a bracelet.

  Portland-based Leatherman Tool Group is about to launch wrist wear that hides 25 different tools.

  Dubbed ‘Tread’, the bracelet is made of 17-4 stainless steel links which each hide two or three items such as wrenches and screwdrivers.”

Leatherman plans to start selling the bracelet sometime this summer, and also says it will include it in a watch design. No official pricing is offered on the tool, but one blog post claims it could be in the region of $200 (£130)

” ‘ The idea originated on a trip to Disneyland with my family,’ said Leatherman’s president Ben Rivera, who was an engineer with the company for 22 years. ‘ I was stopped at the gate by security for carrying a knife, when what they had actually seen was my Skeletool.

  I was unwilling to give it up, so they made me take it all the way back to my hotel room.’ ‘ I knew there had to be another way to carry my tools with me that would be accepted by security,’ he said.”

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Footage Of Cop Shooting Man With Raised Hands Stirs Anger In South Jersey




” A police officer shooting a man with raised hands is stirring anger in South Jersey.

  The video from a police dashboard camera shows Bridgeton officers Braheme Days and Roger Worley in a Dec. 30 stop that goes awry, with Days yelling at the passenger, Jerame Reid, “Show me your hands!”

“ If you reach for something, you’re going to be f—- dead!” he yells in the video, as reported by the New York Post. Reid then gets shot.”



    Decide for yourself , but what we see here in the above video is an “amped up” cop screaming and cursing who immediately shoots the alleged suspect as he steps out of the car with his hands in the air . Another man dead at the hands of the State over a failure to stop at a stop sign . 

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Cop Records Himself Shooting Man For Running Away







” The Muskogee, Oklahoma Police Department just released the video from a fatal on-duty police shooting Friday. The whole thing was captured by an officer’s body camera, and what it shows is horrifying.

  Officer Chansey McMillin can be seen shooting and killing 21-year-old Terence D. Walker back on January 17th. The only observable reason why he as shot was for running from police who confronted him.

  The video documents what otherwise might have been in dispute, that Officer McMillin fired five shots at Walker when the suspect stopped to pick up an item he dropped while running away.”


    While the object that Walker dropped may or may not have been a gun , what we saw in the video was a fleeing suspect stop , bend down to retrieve something , and then continue running away . We did not see the suspect turn towards the officer or make any threatening moves .


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Wynonie Harris-Don’t Roll Those Bloodshot Eyes At Me





Uploaded on Dec 29, 2008

” Wynonie Harris, with his version of a song written by Hank Penny, Don’t Roll Those Bloodshot Eyes At Me.”













Jon Stewart – Which Picture Is Upsetting The Middle East This Week





Published on Jan 20, 2015

” The Middle East and pictures are having a rough few weeks together, Jon Stewart said on Monday night’s Daily Show. First, Islamist gunmen in France murdered 12 people at a newspaper over a cartoon of Islam’s Prophet Mohammed, then a Jewish ultra-orthodox newspaper photoshopped out all the women (including Germany’s chancellor and the Paris mayor) from a photo of world leaders protesting that act of violence.

  So Stewart started a new game, “What Picture is Upsetting the Middle East This Week?” Sadly, he already has a candidate, and it involves Lebanon, Donald Trump, and a selfie snapped by Miss Israel. Watch below. —Peter Weber “













Thomas Sowell – Bureaucracy





Published on Jan 22, 2015

” From Knowledge and Decisions, Professor Sowell examines the process of bureaucracy and the incentives inherent within. “














Aldous Huxley




“A really efficient totalitarian state would be one in which the all-powerful executive of political bosses and their army of managers control a population of slaves who do not have to be coerced, because they love their servitude. To make them love it is the task assigned, in present-day totalitarian states, to ministries of propaganda, newspaper editors and schoolteachers…. The greatest triumphs of propaganda have been accomplished, not by doing something, but by refraining from doing. Great is truth, but still greater, from a practical point of view, is silence about truth.”












William Warren



Cartoon - State of the Kingdom - 600












Today In The Past




41 – Claudius succeeds his nephew Caligula as Roman Emperor after his assassination by Praetorian Guards.

817 – St Paschal I begins his reign as Catholic Pope succeeding Stephen IV

1076 – Synod of Worms: German King Henry IV fires Pope Gregory VII

1118 – Giovanni Caetani elected Pope Gelasius II

1458 – Matthias I Corvinus chosen king of Hungary

1556 – Heavy earthquake strikes Shaaxi China, kills 830,000

1568 – In Netherlands, Duke of Alva declares William of Orange an outlaw

1639 – Connecticut colony organizes under Fundamental Orders

1644 – Battle at Nantwich Cheshire: Parliamentary armies win

1656 – 1st Jewish doctor in US, Jacob Lumbrozo, arrives in Maryland

1722 – Czar Peter the Great begins civil system

1764 – Gov Winthrop Telescope, is destroyed in a Harvard fire




1776 – Henry Knox arrives at Cambridge, Massachusetts with the artillery that he has transported from Fort Ticonderoga.






1847 – 1,500 New Mexican Indians & Mexicans defeated by US Col Price

1848 – James Marshall finds gold in Sutter’s Mill in Coloma, Calif

1857 – The University of Calcutta is formally founded as the first full-fledged university in south Asia.

1861 – Arsenal at Augusta, Ga seized by Confederacy

1861 – Federal troops from Ft Monroe are sent to Ft Pikens

1874 – Gen J van Swieten conquerors Kraton Atjeh, after 1000’s die

1878 – The revolutionary Vera Zasulich shoots at Fyodor Trepov, the Governor of Saint Petersburg.




1892 – Battle at Mengo, Uganda: French missionaries attack Brit missionaries






1899 – Rubber heel patented by Humphrey O’Sullivan




1900 – Battle at Tugela-Spionkop, South Africa (Boers vs British army)


British artillery firing onto Spion Kop from south of the Tugela River.





1901 – Emily Hobhouse view lord Kitcheners concentration camp at Bloemfontein

1902 – Denmark sells Virgin Islands to USA

1908 – Gen Baden-Powell starts Boy-Scouts

1913 – Franz Kafka stops working on “Amerika”; it will never be finished

1915 – German-British sea battle at Doggersbank & Helgoland

1922 – -54°F (-48°C), Danbury, Wisconsin (state record)

1922 – Eskimo Pie patented by Christian K Nelson of Iowa (not an Eskimo)

1922 – Lehman Caves National Monument established

1923 – Aztec Ruins National Monument, NM established

1924 – Benito Mussolini disallows non-fascists work union

1924 – Russian city of St Petersburg renamed Leningrad

1925 – Moving picture of a solar eclipse taken from dirigible over Long Island NY

1927 – Director Alfred Hitchcock releases his first film, The Pleasure Garden, in England.

1935 – 1st canned beer, “Krueger Cream Ale,” is sold by Kruger Brewing Co

1936 – Benny Goodman & orchestra record “Stompin’ at the Savoy” on Victor Records

1939 – 30,000 killed by earthquake in Concepcion Chile

1941 – British troops march into Abyssinia

1943 – Hitler orders nazi troops at Stalingrad to fight to death

1943 – Jewish patients/nurses/doctors incinerated at Auschwitz-Birkenau

1944 – Allied troops occupy Nettuno Italy

1950 – Jackie Robinson signs highest contract ($35,000) in Dodger history

1952 – Fire in main building of French Port Martin Antarctic base

1956 – 96.5 cm precipitation at Kilauea Plantation, Hawaii (state record)

1958 – After warming to 100,000,000 degrees, 2 light atoms are bashed together to create a heavier atom, resulting in 1st man-made nuclear fusion

1961 – Lazard Brothers Ltd draw a check for $334,867,807.68

1962 – 28 refugees escape from East to West Germany

1962 – Brian Epstein signs management contract with the Beatles

1962 – Jackie Robinson is 1st Black elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1964 – Martin Kresses final comic strip of Eric the Viking

1964 – 24th Amendment to US Constitution goes into effect & states voting rights could not be denied due to failure to pay taxes

1969 – Spanish Gen Franco announces state of emergency




1972 – Japanese Sgt. Shoichi Yokoi is found hiding in a Guam jungle, where he had been since the end of World War II.






1975 – Fastest Earth-bound object, 7200 kph, in vacuum centrifuge, England

1976 – George Foreman KOs Ron Lyle in 5th round of a real slugfest

1977 – 5 lawyers murdered by fascist in Madrid

1977 – Massacre of Atocha in Madrid, during the Spanish transition to democracy.

1978 – Carter Executive Order on Intelligence (# 12036)

1984 – Apple Computer Inc unveils its revolutionary Macintosh personal computer

1986 – NY Islander Mike Bossy scores his 1,000th point

1986 – Voyager 2 makes 1st fly-by of Uranus (81,593 km), finds new moons

1990 – Japanese MUSES-A (Hiten) launched towards moon

1993 – Polish ferry boat John Heweliusz sinks, 52 killed

1993 – Turkish journalist and writer Uğur Mumcu is assassinated by a car bomb in Ankara.

1994 – Dow Jones closes above 3,900 for 1st time (3,914.48)

2003 – The United States Department of Homeland Security officially begins operation.

2011 – At least 35 died and 180 injured in a bombing at Moscow’s Domodedovo airport.





76 – Publius A Hadrianus, 14th Roman Emperor (117-138)

1287 – Richard Aungerville, English bishop (d. 1345)

1444 – Galeazzo Maria Sforza, Duke of Milan (d. 1476)

1638 – Charles Sackville, 6th Earl of Dorset, English poet (d. 1706)

1664 – John Vanbrugh, London, dramatist/architect (baptized)

1674 – Thomas Tanner, English bishop (d. 1735)

1679 – Christian von Wolff, German philosopher

1712 – Frederick II, (the Great), king of Prussia (1740-86)

1750 – Wybo Fijnje, Dutch politician/patriot/journalist

1763 – Louis Alexandre Andrault de Langeron, Russian general (d. 1831)

1820 – John Milton Thayer, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1906

1828 – Adam Jacoby Slemmer, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1868

1832 – John Pegram, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1865

1862 – Edith Wharton [-Jones], New York NY, Pulitzer prize-winning novelist (Ethan Frome, House of Mirth), (d. 1937)

1888 – Ernst Heinrich Heinkel, German inventor (1st rocket-powered aircraft)

1888 – Henry King, US, director (Jesse James, 12 O’Clock High)

1891 – Walter Model, German fieldmarshal

1903 – Robert Gwathmey, artist (Arts & Letters)

1911 – C[atherine] L[ucille] Moore, US, sci-fi author (Judgment Night)

1913 – Mark Goodson, TV game-show proudcer (Goodson-Toddman)

1915 – Robert B Motherwell, US, painter (Elegies to the Spanish Republic)

1916 – John Corner, scientist




1917 – Ernest Borgnine, Hamden Ct, actor (Ice Station Zebra, McHale’s Navy, Marty), (d. 2012)






1918 – Oral Roberts, Pontotoc County Oklahoma, American Televangelist, founder Oral Roberts College

1920 – Jerry Maren, actor (munchkin-Wizard of Oz, Mayor McCheese)

1924 – Marvin Kaplan, Brooklyn NY, actor (Top Cat, Henry-Alice)

1928 – Desmond Morris, English zoologist (Human Ape, Body Language)

1930 – Bernard Matthews, English turkey farmer/multi-millionaire

1933 – Ron Townson, rock vocalist (5th Dimension-Aquarius) [or Jan 29]

1933 – Zeke Carey, US R&B-singer (Flamingos-I Only Have Eyes For You)

1936 – Doug Kershaw, La, plays electric fiddle

1939 – Ray Stevens, Clarksdale Ga, singer (Ahab the Arab, Streak)

1941 – Aaron Neville, US singer/keyboardist (Neville Brothers)

1941 – Neil Diamond, Brooklyn NY, singer/actor (Jazz Singer)

1943 – Julie Bennett, Beverly Hills CA, actress (Hey There It’s Yogi Bear)

1943 – Sharon Tate, Dallas Tx, actress (Valley of the Dolls)

1946 – Michael Ontkean, Vancouver BC, actor (Rookies, Slap Shot, Twin Peaks)

1947 – Warren Zevon, Chicago, rocker (Excitable Boy)

1949 – John Belushi, Chicago Ill, comedian/actor (SNL, Blues Brothers)

1951 – Yakov Smirnoff, Russia, comedian (It’s a wonderful country)

1952 – William F Readdy, Quonset Point RI, astronaut (STS 42, 51, 79)

1954 – Jo Gartner, Austrian racing driver (d. 1986)

1955 – James Montgomery, US 100m swimmer (Olympic-3 gold-1976)

1958 – Frank Ullrich, East Germany, world biathlon champion

1958 – Jools Holland, British musician




1961 – Nastassja Kinski, Berlin Germany, actress (Tess, Cat People)






1961 – Krasimir Mikhailov Stoyanov, Bulgaria, cosmonaut

1965 – Ross MacDonald, Vancouver BC, star yachter (Olympics-96)

1966 – Mike Forgeron, Main-A-Dieu Nova Scotia, rower (Olympics-96)

1968 – Mary Lou Retton, Fairmont WV, gymnist (Oly-gold/2 silver/2 bronze-84)

1969 – Louise McPaul, Australian javelin thrower (Olympics-silver-92, 96)

1972 – Ulla Werbrouck, Belgian judoka and politician

1973 – Chris Ferraro, Port Jefferson, NHL right wing (Oly-94, NY Rangers)

1986 – Mischa Barton, English-born American actress





41 – Caligula, [G C Germanicus], Roman emperor (37-41), assassinated at 28 by Praetorian Guards. Known for his eccentricity and cruel despotism.






661 – Ali ibn Abu Talib, kalief of Islam (656-61), murdered

772 – Stephen III/IV, Catholic Pope (768-72), dies. (b. 720)

817 – Stefanus IV, Pope (816-17), dies

1125 – David IV of Georgia (b. 1073)

1336 – Alfonso IV, the Benignant, King of Aragon (1327-36), dies at 36

1376 – Richard FitzAlan, 10th Earl of Arundel, English military leader

1473 – Conrad Paumann, German blind organist/composer, dies

1547 – Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, executed for treason

1595 – Ferdinand II of Austria (b. 1529)

1626 – Samuel Argall, English adventurer and naval officer (b. 1580)

1639 – George Jenatsch, Grisons leader, assassinated

1709 – George Rooke, English admiral (b. 1650)

1769 – François de Chevert, French general (b. 1695)

1862 – James McIntosh, US confederate brig-gen, dies in battle at about 33

1864 – Stephen Gardner Champlin, brig-general (Union), dies at about 36

1877 – Johann Christian Poggendorff, German physicist (b. 1796)

1895 – Lord Randolph Churchill, British politician (b. 1849)

1918 – George Arthur Crump, Founder of the Pine Valley Golf Club in Clementon NJ (b. 1871)

1932 – Alfred Yarrow, English shipbuilder (b. 1842)

1939 – Maximilian Bircher-Benner, Swiss physician and nutritionist (b. 1867)

1948 – Maria Mandel, Camp Leader at Auschwitz (b. 1912)

1948 – Arthur Liebehenschel, Commandant at Auschwitz concentration camp (b. 1901)

1953 – [Karl R] Gerd von Rundstedt, gen-field marshal (Normandy), dies at 77




1955 – Ira Hayes, American World War II hero (b. 1923)(see UE births 1.12.13)






1961 – Alfred Carlton Gilbert, American swimmer and inventor (b. 1884)

1962 – Stanley Lord, captain of the SS Californian the night of the Titanic disaster (b. 1877)




1965 – Winston Churchill, PM of Britain (C) (1940-45, 51-55), dies at 90






1966 – Homi J. Bhabha, Indian physicist (b. 1909)

1970 – James “Shep” Shepherd, rocker (Shep & Limelites), beaten to death

1971 – Bill W., American co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous (b. 1895)




1975 – Larry Fine, actor (3 Stooges), dies at 72







1983 – George Cukor, director, dies of stroke & heart attack at 83

1986 – Gordon MacRae, singer (Oklahoma, Carousel), dies at 64

1986 – L[aFayette] Ron[ald] Hubbard, author (Death Quest), dies at 74

1988 – Charles Glenn King, biochemist (discovered vitamin C), dies at 91

1988 – Werner Fenchel, German mathematician (b. 1905)

1989 – Ted Bundy, serial killer of up to 100 women, executed in Florida at 42

1992 – Tina Chow, model, dies of AIDs at 41

1992 – Ricky Ray Rector, American murderer (b. 1950)

1993 – Thurgood Marshall, 1st black supreme court justice (1967-91), dies 84

1994 – Michalis Vranopoulos, head of Greek state bank, murdered at 48

1995 – Ian Prestt, English ornithologist, dies at 65

1997 – Callum Alexander MacDonald, historian, dies at 49

2002 – Elie Hobeika, Lebanese Forces militia commander (b. 1956)

2003 – Gianni Agnelli, Italian auto executive (b. 1921)

2006 – Fayard Nicholas, American tap dancer, one-half of The Nicholas Brothers (b. 1914)

2006 – Chris Penn, American actor (b. 1965)




2007 – Emiliano Mercado del Toro, World’s Oldest Military Veteran (b. 1891)






2010 – Pernell Roberts, American actor & singer, last surviving star of Bonanza (b. 1928)
















Sunday Marks The Premiere Of The Three Part Mini-Series “Sons Of Liberty” From The History Channel








SONS OF LIBERTY, the three-night, six-hour event, follows a defiant and radical group of young men–Sam Adams, John Adams, Paul Revere, John Hancock and Dr. Joseph Warren–as they band together in secrecy to change the course of history and make America a nation.”







” The Sons of Liberty sparked a revolution, the cast depicting them includes: Ben Barnes(The Chronicles of Narnia) as Sam Adams, a natural born leader with charisma and a penchant for mischief; Ryan Eggold (The Black List) as Dr. Joseph Warren, a doctor and man of conscience and integrity; Michael Raymond-James (Jack Reacher, Terriers, True Blood) as Paul Revere, a veteran who wholeheartedly joins forces with Sam Adams; Rafe Spall(Prometheus, Life of Pi) as John Hancock, the wealthiest man in Boston at the time; andHenry Thomas (E.T. The Extraterrestrial, Gangs of New York, Legends of the Fall) as John Adams, a lawyer and the conservative, smart cousin of Sam Adams. Additionally, Marton Csokas (Equalizer, The Lord of the Rings, Rogue) plays the ferocious General Thomas Gage who is sent to handle the colonial unrest in Boston; Emily Berrington (24: Live Another Day) as Margaret Gage; Jason O’Mara (The Good Wife, Terra Nova, Life on Mars) as General George Washington and Dean Norris (Breaking Bad, Under the Dome, Men, Women & Children) as the brilliant yet mischievous diplomat Benjamin Franklin.”







” Calling themselves the Sons of Liberty, they light the spark that ignited our revolution. While many of their names have become legendary, this group of young rebels didn’t start off as noble patriots. They were a new generation of young American men from varied backgrounds, struggling to find purpose in their lives. They were looking for equality, but they found something greater: Independence.”




Sons Of Liberty Quiz




” SONS OF LIBERTY is a dramatic interpretation of events that sparked a revolution. It is historical fiction, not a documentary. The goal of our miniseries is to capture the spirit of the time, convey the personalities of the main characters, and focus on real events that have shaped our past. For historical information about the Sons of Liberty and the dawning of the American Revolution, please read the Historian’s View section on “




Sons of Liberty




    There is a wealth of information to be had on the upcoming show including more videos , actor biographies , historical data , infographics and much more if you visit the webpage .


  We applaud the History Channel for creating this event and feel that , regardless of the political biases that will undoubtedly reveal themselves to some faction(s) of the viewing public , any piece of widely received entertainment that fosters conversation about some of our defining moments as a people around the dinner table and water cooler is a great thing indeed .















Bravo , that’s the way to treat your “best friend” . Everyone deserves to live out their “bucket list” .

Originally posted on Rare:

NEW YORK CITY, NY — Lauren Fern Watt and her English Mastiff, Gizelle, had been through a lot over the years –college, boyfriends and even a big move from Tennessee to New York. So, when her beloved, 160-lb “roommate” was diagnosed with bone cancer, she was devastated.

According to Watt’s blog on, the vet told her Gizelle only had a few months to live.

“My sobbing seemed unstoppable, but Gizelle was sensitive and didn’t like to see me cry,” Watt wrote. “I had to be strong.”

So she chose not to wallow, and she set out to make a bucket list for her longtime companion.

“It was my mission for us to indulge and explore life’s joys,” she wrote. “We’d escape the city and search for waterfalls, cook lobster and nap in the grass. We’d jump in the ocean without towels, just to enjoy the sun drying us…

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House And Senate Are Considering Bills To Allow Hemp Nationwide







” Republican Congressman Thomas Massie is a man on a mission, and that mission is to get farmers in his home state of Kentucky and across the nation growing hemp again. Massie is a staunch libertarian with a disdain for intrusive federal regulation, and his Industrial Hemp Farming Act would chip off a bit of federal power by allowing cultivation of industrial hemp in the United States.

  While Massie himself is something of an outsider in the Republican Party, having voted twice against John Boehner for Speaker of the House, this particular cause is moving further into the mainstream. His new bill boasts 47 co-sponsors*, forming a surprising coalition of lawmakers from both parties and suggesting there could be a groundswell of support for allowing marijuana’s strait-laced cousin back into American fields.

  Industrial hemp can be made into a variety of products, including paper, food, clothing, and cosmetics. It does not contain enough of marijuana’s psychoactive ingredient, THC, to get anyone high from smoking it. Rep. Massie has taken to tweeting about the bill with the hashtag #ThinkRopeNotDope. “



    If it was good enough for the Founding Fathers , it should be good enough for us , after all they were certainly wiser than our current crop of Congressional denizens ,

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Originally posted on Twitchy:

Twitchy reported on Shannon Watts lamenting the arrest of a moron who tackled and choked a 62 year old man because he saw the man’s firearm, for which he had a concealed carry permit  Gun-grabber Shannon Watts fires off what may be her dumbest tweet ever.

Since then video has been made public of the wannabe vigilante Michael Foster tackling Clarence Daniels and nearly taking down several children in the process. Foster told no one at the Walmart of his concern and he did not call 911.

Shannon Watts has started walking back her comments and accusing people of being “trolls” for being critical.

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Is America At War With ‘Radical Islam’?





Published on Jan 21, 2015

” MRCTV’s Dan Joseph asks people if America is at war with ‘radical Islam’? “












These People Should Have Looked At Their Photos Before Posting Them Online



Just be glad it's the tree and not you.



” When you take a picture of yourself to share with the world, there are several important factors you must be aware of. You have to frame the image properly to include yourself in the picture. You have to make sure the flash is either on or off. Most importantly. you absolutely must make sure there isn’t anything embarrassing going on in the background for everyone to see. Otherwise, you might end up like these people. “



Poop pic!



    A word to the wise: don’t do your selfies on the “john” … LOL



    Viral Nova has more of these hilariously unedited photos













I Rode A Hoverboard With Tony Hawk







” I’ve been saying that a lot lately. Out loud. At all kinds of inopportune moments. Like, “Hey, sorry I didn’t get back to you—I was busy because I WAS RIDING A HOVERBOARD WITH TONY HAWK.” Or, “Ketchup? Oh yeah, that reminds of this time I WAS RIDING A HOVERBOARD WITH TONY HAWK.” Total dick.

  But I really did ride a hoverboard with Tony Hawk. A totally real, not fake, working hoverboard. This isn’t any of that Funny or Die bullshit. It’s real. The folks at Arx Pax dropped a press release and a video in October claiming that they have developed the technology to make shit hover. At the time, I interviewed the company’s founders, Greg and Jill Henderson, and at the end of our interview they invited me up to their lab in Los Gatos, Calif. to ride the hoverboard myself.

  Hendo’s hover technology relies on magnets, which means the hoverboard can, for the time being, only hover over non-ferrous materials. When I first spoke to Greg and Jill, I apologized for not being a scientist before I began asking stupid questions like, “What does non-ferrous mean?” and “Why can’t I ride it down the street?”

“ No worries about not being a scientist,” Greg said, “because neither are we. I’m an architect by trade, and that’s where this technology came from. Right now, what we have is essentially the Model-T [of hoverboards]. This is a proof of concept. And because we made this big leap in efficiency, we are able now to do what other folks couldn’t do on a conductive material like aluminum or copper. As we optimize this system, ideally we’ll be able to go on other surfaces.” “


The Ride Channel













It’s all about justice … yeah right .

Originally posted on

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO (KTVI) – The St. Louis County Police Department released nearly 200 images taken from surveillance video on the night looters ransacked a Dellwood business last November.

The looting occurred on November 24, in the hours following the announcement that a grand jury would not indict a Ferguson police officer in the shooting death of Michael Brown.

The suspects smashed their way into the Dellwood Market on Chambers Road and stole several items before fleeing.

If you can identity any of these suspects, you’re asked to contact the St. Louis County Police at 314-889-2341 or CrimeStoppers at 866-371-8477. All calls are anonymous.

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U-M fraternity Suspended; University Names 5 Other Greek Orgs Involved In Ski Resort Vandalism


Well here's the damage




” Sigma Alpha Mu’s national office has ordered its University of Michigan chapter to suspend all activities for an indefinite period of time following a weekend of vandalism at a northern Michigan ski resort on Jan. 17-18.

  The university released a statement Thursday evening saying that the SAM national office’s suspension includes all meetings, chapter events, philanthropy, recruitment, candidate education, social activities and other Greek life activities on the Ann Arbor campus.

  The suspension comes after the group caused extensive damage to about 40 rooms at Treetops Resorts in Gaylord. Damages included broken doors, furniture and fixtures, trashing of carpet and other facilities, and broken electronics, and an initial guess estimated damages at about $50,000.”












N.Y. Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver Accused Of $4 Million Bribery And Kickback Scheme, Dems Continue To Support Him






” Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver declared his innocence Thursday after facing bombshell federal corruption charges of soliciting $4 million in dirty money over the last 15 years.

“ I am confident that after a full hearing and due process, I will be vindicated of these charges,” a relaxed Silver announced after his release on $200,000 bond following a Manhattan Federal Court hearing.

  Silver, spied earlier taking an uncomfortable ride to the courthouse alongside an FBI agent, made his brief appearance after U.S. Attorney Preet Bhahara blasted him as the epitome of a corrupt politician.

“ For many years, New Yorkers have asked the question, ‘How could Speaker Silver, one of the most powerful men in New York, earn millions of dollars in outside income without deeply compromising his ability to honestly serve his constituents?’” said Bharara.

“ Today we provide the answer: He didn’t.” “


Be sure to read it all at The Daily News … this moment has been a long time coming …












National Police Misconduct NewsFeed Daily Recap 01.21.15


National Police Misconduct Reporting Project



” Here are the nine reports of police misconduct tracked for Wednesday, January 21, 2015:

  • Moundsville, West Virginia: An officer was arrested for sex with a minor. He allegedly contacted the then-15-year-old girl on a social media site and met her at his residence.
  • Stamford, Connecticut: An officer was arrested for breach of the peace after he allegedly put his wife in a headlock. Following his arrest, he checked-in to an alcohol abuse treatment facility.
  • New York, New York: An officer was nabbed in a prostitution
  • Michigan State Police: A trooper was arrested on DUI and open container charges. The 15-year MSP veteran was placed on leave.
  • Update: Aledo, Illinois (First reported 12-17-14): A now-former officer pled not guilty to aggravated sexual assault with a weapon. He was forced to resign from the department earlier this month. His is alleged to have touched the breast of a minor who was between the ages of 13 and 17 at the time of the incident.
  • Jefferson County, Ohio: A deputy was arrested for firing a gun in city limits. He is suspended without pay.
  • Knox County, Tennessee: A deputy was arrested for domestic violence and drugged driving. He allegedly got in an argument with his wife over his prescription drug use, broke her cell phone and the house phone when she tried to call 911, and pushed their 15-year-old son down some stairs.
  • Bibb County, Georgia: A deputy was arrested for battery after altercation with his wife. He is suspended pending investigation into the incident.
  • Danbury, Connecticut: An officer was fired for violating professional standards after unnecessary force used during arrest. The deputy mayor wrote in the letter of termination, “I expect that all police officers act professionally, treat all persons with dignity and respect, (and) refrain from threatening persons with arrest or use of force simply because they appear to disrespect an officer.”

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“NFL 2015″ — A Bad Lip Reading Of The NFL





Published on Jan 22, 2015

” “…and then you invented dirt lumps.” More of what COULD have been said in the NFL.
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King Abdullah Of Saudi Arabia Dead At 90, Half-Brother Succeeds Him




” King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, the powerful U.S. ally who joined Washington’s fight against Al Qaeda and sought to modernize the ultraconservative Muslim kingdom has died at 90, according to Saudi state TV.

  His successor is his 79-year-old half-brother, Prince Salman, who recently has taken on the ailing Abdullah’s responsibilities.

  The announcement came in statement read by a presenter on Saudi state TV, which aired video of worshippers at the Kaaba in Mecca.

  Saudi state TV said he died after midnight Friday.

A former American diplomat close to the Saudi royal family told Fox News the death of King Abdullah, coupled with the collapse of the government in Yemen, is a “worst case scenario” for the U.S. because current events are allowing Iran to extend its reach and influence in the region.

  With the collapse of President Hadi’s government in Yemen, the former diplomat said Teheran’s influence is now seen in at least four Middle Eastern capitals – Sana’a in Yemen, Baghdad in Iraq, Damascus in Syria, and to a lesser extent in Beirut, Lebanon.”


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Little Milton – Walking The Back Streets And Crying




Published on Sep 23, 2011

” A clip from Wattstax (1973)

Includes an interview and performance of “Waliking the Back Streets and Crying” by Little Milton.

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Jean Shepherd On Women





Published on Dec 31, 2013

” In the 1960s there were still walking around men who had been born outside of the matrix. Shep explains here a few points to his blue pill listeners.

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