TiteBot #18 – Natality

TiteBot #18. Kraken encore avec Botrax pour la majorité de l’heure avec un petit segment sur le gaming suite au E3. Californie dans le trou, pousseux de vaccins empochent, les enfants détectent les extrémistes, la maladie tue les finances des américains et un gars est tanné de son gros pénis. (6 juin 2009) 1:03:23 TiteBot-0018.mp3 TiteBot-0018.m3u


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Tennessee: Les clients de bars pourront s’armer
Les clients des bars et restaurants du Tennessee pourront bientôt venir armés de leur pistolet ou…
ur<x>l: http://www.cyberpresse.ca/international/etats-unis/200906/06/01-863695-tennessee-les-clients-de-bars-pourront-sarmer.php (cache)

Over 60% of all U.S. bankruptcies attributable to medical problems
June 6, 2009 An article in the latest issue of The American Journal of Medicine makes chilling reading, and presents compelling evidence that the US health care system is broken. In 2007, before the current economic downturn even began, an American family filed for bankruptcy in the aftermath of illness every 90 seconds; three-quarters of them were insured. Over 60% of all bankruptcies in the United States in 2007 were driven by medical incidents. Summarising the results of the first-ever national U.S. random-sample survey of bankruptcy filers, the article shows the share of bankruptcies attributable to medical problems rose by 50% between 2001 and 2007. Medical bankruptcy is a unique American phenomenon, which does not occur in countries that have national health insurance…
ur<x>l: http://www.gizmag.com/over-60-of-all-us-bankruptcies-attributable-to-medical-problems/11895/ (cache)

Two elderly Israelis arrested in 12.5 ton marijuana bust
According to the Sun, police needed six sessions in a special incinerator to dispose of the marijuana, valued at around $50 million.
The Sun calculated the haul as enough to make 36 million marijuana cigarettes ? or one for every man and woman in Britain.
ur<x>l: http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1090127.html (cache)

Massive mountain range discovered under Antarctic ice
A mountain range as big as the Alps has been discovered in the Antarctic, under the world’s largest ice sheet.
ur<x>l: http://www.tgdaily.com/content/view/42735/181/ (cache)

Government Intranet Packed Full of Warez
Since 2005, a Brazilian senator has been pushing for tough new ‘cybercrime’ legislation which would include measures against file-sharing. However, before thinking of unleashing new laws on the public, the government should look closer to home, since the senate’s intranet is loaded with an impressive amount of warez.
ur<x>l: http://digg.com/tech_news/Government_Intranet_Packed_Full_of_Warez (cache)
http://torrentfreak.com/government-website-packed-full-of-warez-090604/ (cache)

O M G !!! U.N. CATCHES ISRAEL IN A LIE …. COULD THAT BE TRUE?
The Israeli army proudly declares on its website the removal of two checkpoints inside the West Bank to “further ease the daily life of the Palestinian population”. One day later UN workers have found the checkpoints still to be in place.
ur<x>l: http://desertpeace.wordpress.com/2009/06/04/o-m-g-u-n-catches-israel-in-a-lie-could-that-be-true/ (cache)

Climate Change: Science Manipulated

  • 1. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) wants to claim that the global average temperature has unexpectedly and abruptly increased during the 20th century after a gradual cooling from the year 1000, and that this unexpected increase of the temperature is mostly man-made-the greenhouse effect of CO2.
  • 2. For their purpose, the IPCC ignored the fact that the Earth went through a cold period called “the Little Ice Age” from 1400 to 1800.

ur<x>l: http://www.hawaiireporter.com/story.aspx?d9a076a1-bfd2-4b14-a96e-0b88975cbc52 (cache)

Abu Zubaydah, alleged ‘Al Qaeda’ mastermind, is a CIA veteran
WMR has learned from an informed source knowledgeable about the detention and torture of U.S. detainees in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, that imprisoned “Al Qaeda” leader Abu Zubaydah, born in Saudi Arabia and raised until he was a teen on the West Bank where he was also active in demonstrations against the illegal Israeli occupation, was a paid agent of the CIA while in Afghanistan from 1991 to 1992 fighting with the mujaheddin against the Afghan communist government and its Soviet military allies.
ur<x>l: http://atheonews.blogspot.com/2009/06/abu-zubaydah-alleged-al-qaeda.html (cache)

Israel is world’s fourth most dangerous country, study says
A study of the world’s most peaceful countries released Wednesday ranks Israel as fourth to last among the 144 countries ranked.
According to the Global Peace Index, an annual ranking of the world’s nations on the basis of how peaceful they are, Somalia, Afghanistan and Iraq are the only countries more dangerous than Israel.
ur<x>l: http://atheonews.blogspot.com/2009/06/israel-is-worlds-fourth-most-dangerous.html (cache)

FBI Warned Twice by Abortion Clinic before Doctor Killed: Given Lic. #, Video, Name
Abortion Clinic Manager Reveals He Warned FBI of Suspect in Murder of Dr. George Tiller, Says Killing Could Have Been Avoided
URL: http://www.democracynow.org/2009/6/3/jeff (cache)

Click It or Ticket Insanity; 10% of Texans Have Arrest Warrants
Now Dallas plans to step up the pressure on even more on folks who can’t or don’t pay traffic fines, denying vehicle registration to drivers with outstanding traffic tickets. Again, we’re talking about more than 10% of the adult population!
It seems almost unfathomable to me that a majority of county revenue would come from fines and fees. That’s an untenable economic arrangement, but I suppose when more than 10% of adults owe fines, there’s a deep well to draw from, though it’s still crappy public policy.
ur<x>l: http://www.prisonplanet.com/click-it-or-ticket-insanity-10-of-texans-have-arrest-warrants.html (cache)

Genetically Modified Wheat is a Threat to Farmers
We are seeing massive problems with the genetic contamination from neighboring farms with GM corn, soybeans and canola. Most of the soybean supply in the U.S. is already contaminated with genetically modified seeds. Many organic and conventional corn farmers are losing markets because their crops are testing positive for GM traits. Many experts have said that it is next to impossible to find non-GM canola in Canada because of this genetic trespass. Wheat pollen is even more pervasive than that of canola.
ur<x>l: http://www.organicconsumers.org/wheat.cfm (cache)

Man begs doctors to undo penis enlargement surgery
“If there was a surgery to enlarge brains, we would offer him a free trial,” the doctor said.
ur<x>l: http://www.nosedigg.com/2009/06/man-begs-doctors-to-undo-penis.html (cache)

Bush Told Journalist in 1999 “I’m Going to Invade Iraq”
Two years before the 9/11 attacks on America, George W. Bush told a Houston journalist if elected president, “I’m going to invade Iraq.”
Bush made the comments about starting an aggressive war to veteran Houston Chronicle reporter Mickey Herskowitz, then working with Bush on his book “A Charge To Keep,” later brought out by publisher William Morrow.
This disclosure was uncovered by Russ Baker, an award-winning investigative reporter when he interviewed Herskowitz for his own book, “Family of Secrets” (Bloomsbury Press) about the Bush dynasty. However, Baker says, when he approached The Washington Post and The Los Angeles Times with the potentially devastating story to President Bush prior to the 2004 presidential election, they declined to publish it.
ur<x>l: http://www.politicalaffairs.net/article/articleview/8608/ (cache)

Stem Cell Contact Lenses Cure Blindness in Less Than a Month
Here’s something that people with poor or no vision will be excited about: three patients had their sight restored in less than a month by contact lenses cultured with stem cells.
All three patients were blind in one eye. The researchers extracted stem cells from their working eyes, cultured them in contact lenses for 10 days, and gave them to the patients. Within 10 to 14 days of use, the stem cells began recolonizing and repairing the cornea.
ur<x>l: http://gizmodo.com/5277456/stem-cell-contact-lenses-cure-blindness-in-less-than-a-month (cache)

CDC Vaccine Advisor Pockets $29 Million Promoting Vaccines
Dr. Paul Offit of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) received at least $29 million from his share of royalties for Merck’s Rotateq vaccine after using his position with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to ensure that childhood vaccination with the vaccine became compulsory.
ur<x>l: http://www.naturalnews.com/026359_CDC_rotavirus_vaccination.html (cache)

Intimidation at the New York Times: How the Israel Lobby Silenced 2 Leading Columnists
Thomas Friedman was once brave. This New York Times columnist and author established his reputation reporting on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. His early work gave objective accounts of the suffering of the Palestinian people, placed blame for the failed peace talks squarely on the Israeli government, and exposed the undue influence that pro-Israel lobbyists wield on policies of the U.S. government.
Then the Israel lobby went to work on him.
ur<x>l: http://usmediaandisrael.com/ (cache)

Little Brother is watching you: Police launch DVD to teach primary school pupils how to spot terrorists
Primary schoolchildren are set to be taught how to spot potential terror suspects as part of a police strategy to tackle extremism.
ur<x>l: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1190483/Little-Brother-watching-Children-taught-spot-terrorist-police-DVD.html (cache)

Air France Received Bomb Threat Days Before Crash
ur<x>l: http://abcnews.go.com/Travel/Travel/story?id=7742900&page=1 (cache)

State’s unemployment fund short by billions
California is paying out so much for jobless benefits and collecting so little in payroll taxes that its unemployment insurance fund could be $17.8 billion in debt by the end of 2010, according to a new report from the state Employment Development Department.
ur<x>l: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2009/06/02/MNSG17UR5H.DTL (cache)

Curry could cure Alzheimer’s
A US scientist claims that eating curry once or twice a week could help prevent the onset of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
ur<x>l: http://www.tgdaily.com/content/view/42699/181/ (cache)

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