Everyone has a story to tell and every story has its place. For some the story told is heard by a couple of down and outs under a bridge or
beside a dumpster. Either way every story deserves its day. Murray
Siple an ex-action sports filmmaker gives us a brief look into the
lives of the outlaw can collectors in North Vancouver.
Carts of Darkness is a look into the extreme sport of can collecting. These guys live on the streets and play on…
I use to be a big time online gamer, and we would sometimes use these VOIP systems as voice communication applications, while playing. Eliminating the keyboard only communication, this freed up the constant use of the keyboard as a communications device, and a controller. I'm not 100% sure if these applications still work 100%, but hey, most, if not all of them are free and could be a good avenue towards getting everyone to join in RT chats, due to not liking the odd and wanky ones being…
US indicts 11 executives for honey smuggling http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/11169094
US authorities have indicted 11 German and Chinese executives for conspiring to illegally import $40m (£26m) worth of honey from China.
The hilarity and irony behind this story is, yes the German and Chinese "smugglers" will be punished, but the 'damaged goods' they tried to bring into the US will still be sold to the American people. For obvious… Continue
Added by Localtarian on September 8, 2010 at 1:03am —
Okay, I thought I had heard all the retarded, Idiotic, stupid, dumb-ass, lunacy verbal diarrhea. But this pretty much takes the bate, "Currency Collapse May Stimulate the Economy". And the Explanations for how such an impossible scenario would play out, almost makes the title of the article some what of a 'sane statement'. This is by far, one of the worst performances of gov-speak/double-speak in quite a long time, and a long line of continuous spin in the media and other places of society. On… Continue
Added by Localtarian on June 14, 2010 at 4:30pm —
Max Keiser has apparently been Contacted by a member of the House Committee on Homeland Security in regards to Financial Terrorism. Thank you Mike Shedlock for sharing this hilarious information, and Max's of course, ever so mad Economist response. Apparently this Chris Fellow on the… Continue
Added by Localtarian on May 22, 2010 at 3:35pm —
Sorry about the Commercials, they're kind of unavoidable these days. Thankfully in this situation, you've been given the option to skip them. Just click the "skip this ad" button when it appears in the upper/middle right hand of the screen.
THUMBS UP AMERICA!
The trip begins: Artist, inveterate gambler, and lifelong “rider of the
rails” David Choe hitchhikes his way across these United States by
(other people’s) trains, cars, and boats.…
Source Check out the link (source) Lot's of stunning Photos can be found there.
In the early 1960's the CIA recruited and led the Hmong people of Laos
to fight the communist forces during the Vietnam War in what is known
as "The Secret War". Known as some of the world's best guerilla
fighters, the Hmong loyally served as an efficient counter… Continue
Added by Localtarian on February 26, 2010 at 5:54pm —
Russian Military Analysts are reporting to Prime Minister Putin that US President Barack Obama has issued orders to his Northern Command’s (USNORTHCOM) top leader, US Air Force General Gene Renuart, to “begin immediately” increasing his military forces… Continue
On November 9th, 18 YAL chapters participated in a national day of activism to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Across the country students asked, "Are we rebuilding the wall... In America?" and protested our country's steady slide towards statism.
Thanks to the generous support from over 60 contributors, YAL chapters received $100 activism grants to build a wall on their campus.
As a result, this event earned more media coverage than any… Continue
Added by Localtarian on November 21, 2009 at 2:11pm —
Wall Street firms like Goldman Sachs and big banks like JPMorgan Chase are back to making record profits and paying out multi-billion dollar bonuses - even after taking billions in tax payer bailouts. Meanwhile, millions of working Americans are suffering from job losses, foreclosures, depleted pensions, and skyrocketing credit card rates & overdraft fees.
The symbolic MTA tag is two football fields in length. Are graffiti tags a big enough problem in our society to spend millions of dollars in buffing them during a recession? We'll let you decide. The US Army Corp? A little too far?
Very funny and heart-warming in the same breath. Notice the childlike joy visible in the photo. Dr. Paul was a happy man having just led an impromptu march through the financial district ending at the steps of Geithner's old haunt, while his escorts chanted 'End The Fed' over and over as they walked and snapped photos.
On Tuesday afternoon, Congressman Ron Paul was in New York City, the financial district to be exact, hosting a book… Continue
Added by Localtarian on October 4, 2009 at 7:53pm —
The congressman took the stage with Michele Bachmann to preach the evils of the Fed -- and of big government in general.
Rep. Michele Bachmann, rear, joined former presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul of Texas on Friday at the University of Minnesota. Unlike most town hall meetings called to discuss health care, this one dealt… Continue
Added by Localtarian on September 26, 2009 at 5:30pm —