Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Man tries to catch plane with snakes and turtles in his pants!

Ok, I'll say it...talk about trouser snakes!

It was almost a case of snakes on a plane. Instead it turned out to be snakes in some guy's pants. Seven of them, in fact, all exotic. Oh, and three tortoises.

Using a body scanner, Transportation Security Administration officers in Miami spotted all the reptiles stuffed inside nylon bags concealed in his pants. The unidentified man was trying last Thursday to get through a checkpoint on his way to Brazil on TAM Airlines, TSA spokesman Jonathon Allen said Monday.

U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife officers took custody of the critters and arrested the passenger.

It's not the airlines' first weird wildlife encounter. In 2007, a man tried to smuggle a tiny monkey under his shirt on a flight from Fort Lauderdale to New York. And a woman attempted to sneak 75 live snakes inside her bra in Sweden, in 1996.

Ok. I'm gonna let Samuel L. Jackson say it!

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

"ET is not a nice guy" warn scientists.

There have been 20-30 major Hollywood alien apocalypse movies released in the last year or so, and more are on the way. They’re unavoidable. As such, it’s no wonder that scientists have hostile aliens on the brain. Several researchers have released a study that says there is a good chance aliens will come and wipe us out if they think we’re irresponsible, expanding too quickly, or a number of other reasons, reports the IB Times. The researchers point to humanity’s own history of hostility toward unfamiliar humans, chimpanzees, and gorillas as evidence.

“Just as we did to those beings, the extraterrestrials might proceed to kill, infect, dissect, conquer, displace or enslave us, stuff us as specimens for their museums or pickle our skulls and use us for medical research,” says the study, published in the journal Acta Astronautica.

Another argument is that, by nature, if we contact aliens through programs like SETI, which will be relaunching in September, the aliens we contact will have to be more technologically advanced than us to even communicate properly. And if they have more advanced technology than us, they could come to harm us.

“A core concern is that ETI will learn of our presence and quickly travel to Earth to eat or enslave us,” says the study.

But what has really changed since programs like SETI began? Well there are more of us, but that’s about it. There will always be remote danger in discovering something (or someone) you don’t know. That’s science. Honestly, we think the only real danger here is in how much time scientists are spending watching the trailer for Battleship. Perhaps Hollywood is taking its toll.

(P.S. If you meet an alien, please don’t tell it that we’re planning on leaving earth anytime soon. Also, show it that you are compassionate and recycle. And whatever you do, don’t show it Avatar. Maybe then it won’t kill us all.)

Via Digital Trends

ET Go Home, you F@#%!

Monday, August 22, 2011

More on Hurricane Irene.

She's gone, and fastly being forgotten! Bye Irene!

August 22nd. Hurricane Irene and my birthday, Coincidence?

As to underscore my 50th birthday today, Hurricane Irene decided to make landfall in PR in the early morning. What a way to celebrate a birthday!

Bye Irene, thanks for making this day extra special.

Here some of the damages made by Irene.

Monday, August 8, 2011

Happy Birthday, Fantastic Four!

August 8, 1961. Four days after the birth of Barack Obama and 12 days before my own, Jack Kirby and Stan Lee let loose another of their creations. After the Astounding X-Men, Marvel Comics debuted "The Fantastic Four" 50 years ago. Dr. Reed Richards, Sue Storm (nee Richards), Johnny Storm and Ben "The Thing" Grimm have become iconic in pop culture in general. But they never had a great movie adaptation.

Anyway, Happy Birthday FF!

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Another example that Japan puts acid in their water supply!

In all seriousness, this video made me trip balls! It's called PONPONPON.

is by Kyary Pamyu Pamyu fom her Debut mini album "Moshi Moshi Harajuku" (means "Hello Harajuku").

Enjoy the trip!