JD's Man Stories - an inconvenience is an adventure misperceived 7 Insane Easter Eggs Hidden in Movies and TV Shows We've already told you about some of the most mind-blowing Easter eggs hidden in music albums, classic works of art and video games, so it was just a matter of time before we explored our favorite Easter Eggs from the world of television and film. Captain, unleash the list. Hidden Faces and Naked Women in Movie Posters Most of us don't look twice at movie posters, short of muttering under our breath and saying, "Oh fuck, they're doing a sequel/remaking/rebooting that shit?" So it's easy to miss some of the awesome things artists are hiding in the posters, presumably for the hell of it. For example, check out the poster for the fourth Indiana Jones movie: Now take a really close look between the eyes of the skull and you can see this distinctly alien-looking figure: It's either an alien, or a pumpkin. Well ain't that something? If you look at the smoke in the lower right, you can kind of see half of a face. Either it's the film's monster, or it's the devil or some shit. Guess what?
Giant List of Documentaries bluehoney.org Mining the internet for psychedelic beeswax since 1997 Posts Comments ← (VIDEO) – Symphony of Science – ‘We Are All Connected’ The General’s Drug Problem, Ibogaine Treatment a Promising Solution → GIANT List of Interesting Documentaries February 19, 2011 26 Comments 23 Votes Bluehoney.org – Giant List of Documentaries. Please feel free to make this list interactive. Don’t forget to check our bluehoney.org’s Video Vault for MORE VIDEOS UPDATE: Many of these links are dead. I don’t take credit for making this amazing list, a fellow member of a forum that I frequent posted this today. Enjoy: BANKING 1. BIOLOGY/EVOLUTION 1. CORPORATIONS 1. CULTURE 1. DRUGS 1. EDUCATION 1. ENLIGHTENMENT 1. FOOD 1. GOVERNMENT 1. HEALTH 1. INTERESTING PEOPLE 1. MEDIA 1. NWO 1.
21 Hidden Secrets of the Illuminati « 100 Musical Footsteps to celebrate Angels and Demons (dan brown’s latest film), I play a little devil’s advocate here. After all, the Illuminati CONTROL EVERYTHING, don’t they? 1. they control the media. yep, cnn, bbc, fox news, printed pages. 2. they control banking. yep, and deliberately crashed their own financial system. 3. they control medicine. with pharmaceuticals they pollute and corrupt your body. 4. they control politicians. 5. they control lawmakers / judges – everyone has had their youthful indiscretions. 6. they control technology. ever since Roswell, we have been on a technological ascent. 7. they control weather – using HAARP technology they can cause / manipulate the seasons & hurricanes. 8. they control frequencies. it has been said that mobile phone frequencies attune with the human mind, and distort / corrupt it. 9. the control food – using GM technologies, our food is being degraded of precious life. 11. they control religion. 20. they control … YOU! the truth will set you free your friend
Another 20 games that make you think about life First we gave you five. Then we gave you ten. Now we are giving you 20 games that make you think about life. If you have developed a taste for games of a philosophical nature, then you should be in for a treat - we have some seriously innovative games here, everything from Elude, a game that explores the nature of depression, to Ulitsa Dimitrova, a tale about a street-urchin in Russia. As with our previous lists, we have focused mainly on free games that you can play in your browser. 1 Elude Developed by Singapore-MIT Gambit Game Lab, Elude is a dark, atmospheric game that aims to shed light on the nature of depression. The forest that you start the game in represents a normal mood. This is a gloomy underground cavern, with a sticky muddy base that sucks you down. 2 Air Pressure You will have to play through Air Pressure - a Flash port of an interactive novel by Bentosmile - more than once to truly understand the characters and themes in this game. 3 Symon 4 Ulitsa Dimitrova 5 Ute 6 Aether
Polar Bear Attack, victim survives These are pictures of an actual polar bear attack in Churchill. These pictures were taken while people watched and did nothing to stop the attack ! Local newspaper say that the victim has made full recovery. Air Force UFO Rules Vanish After Huffington Post Inquiry The military deleted a passage about unidentified flying objects from a 2008 Air Force personnel manual just days after The Huffington Post asked Pentagon officials about the purpose of the UFO section. Before the recent revisions, the document -- Air Force Instruction 10-206 -- advised pilots, radar operators and other Air Force personnel on what to do when they encountered any unknown airborne objects. Now in the 2011 version, the reference to UFOs -- which simply means "unidentified flying objects," not necessarily spaceships with little green men -- has been eliminated. What makes this so intriguing is that the U.S. government officially stopped investigating UFOs in 1969 with the termination of the Air Force's Project Blue Book. Air Force AFI 2008Credit: John Greenewald, Jr. -- TheBlackVault.com With that, the military essentially shut the book on flying saucer research, concluding that "nothing has occurred that would support a resumption of UFO investigation by the Air Force."
Heckling Hitler: 15-plus attempts to make the Führer funny | Film | Inventory 1. The Producers (1968)Adolf Hitler was a madman, a bigot, a dictator, and a cautionary example of how one man can induce a genocidal mass hysteria. So what, we can’t laugh at the guy? Popular culture is packed with examples of comedians trying to rob the Führer of some of his mystique by openly mocking him. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. [pagebreak] 9. 10. 11. “8 Simple Rules For Buying My Teenage Daughter,” Family Guy (2005)When Meg becomes fed up with babysitting, Lois hires a lovely young thing named Liddane to serve as Stewie’s occasional caretaker. 12. 13. 14. 15-plus.
Top 10 Banned Movies Movies and TV [WARNING: some of the video clips in this list contain extremely violent or disturbing scenes.] For nearly the entire history of film production, certain films have been banned by film censorship or review organizations for political or moral reasons. Typically, a banned film goes through editing to remove explicit scenes, and is then re-released. The following entries include films that have, at some point, been disallowed for public viewing. I have ranked entries based on a combination of the nature of the ban and the critical reception and overall popularity of the film. Grotesque is a 2009 Japanese splatter horror. Upon release in 1992, Mikey was banned in many countries and is still banned today in the UK. If you have ever seen or heard of the first human centipede movie, you shouldn’t be surprised that it barely avoided being banned in many countries. Scum is the hard and shocking story of life in a British Borstal for young offenders during the 1970s.
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'Coalgate' scandal a hard blow to Indian government | Asia | DW.DE | 23.08 Proceedings of India's lower and upper houses of parliament were adjourned for the third consecutive day on Thursday after opposition parties insisted that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh resign over a coal mining scandal involving the allocation of coal blocks to private companies. India's state auditor, the Comptroller Auditor General (CAG), last week said that the lack of transparency in the distribution of coal blocks to private companies had cost billions of dollars to the exchequer since March last year. However, the CAG report did not directly blame Prime Minister Manmohan Singh but said that the allocations had been made between 2005 to 2009, when Manmohan Singh was in charge of the energy ministry. The scandal is a new development in a string of corruption scandals to hit Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's government in the past two years. The 'Coalgate' scandal No major party in parliament is ready for early elections, say observers "It is not a usual scandal. Storm in a teacup?