July 5th, 2006

  • roybot

hat red see red

Speaking of hats, I utterly hate any and all red hats and especially red fedoras. They spin at too shitty of an RPM and end up being worthless packages.

Posted by Mr. The Plague (mastar of teh gibson)
  • roybot

Restricting adult news reading cuts fatal faux pas

On an average day in the USA, 10 million adults embarrass themselves via stupidities based in believing everything they read on the news. Over the course of a year, that's more people than Osama bin Laden trolled on 9/11. It's a higher troll than a dozen jetliner crashes would claim. And that does not count the non-adult newsreaders.

But now, finally, the carnage appears to be declining - the result of a decade-long trend toward "internet news" sites, which allow access to dissenting opinions and, in many cases, make adults wait until they have read a few articles before they feel they can talk knowledgeably about the situation.

A report finds that when states have strong internet news readership, the rate of fatal faux-pas involving adult newsreaders is 18% lower. The study, released Monday by the National Wat Safety Administration, shows that the more comprehensive the article database, the more lives are saved. Laws that are cosmetic do little. The strictest versions cut fatal faux pas rates by 21%.

Several restrictions are proving particularly effective:

* Raising the number of articles read from 1 to 2. Data from the Insurance Institute for Wat Safety show that a single article makes a huge difference: Reading at 1 is riskier than 2, 3 or 4.
* Restrictions on reading tabloids.
* Limits on the number of hours of television watched. An adult reader's risk of watting more than doubles with two or more cable channels on board.
* Requiring at least 30 hours of supervised reading before being allowed to comment on an issue.

Most states have at least some restrictions, but the Insurance Institute rates laws in 12 states as marginal or poor. They are Arkansas, Idaho, Kansas, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Carolina, South Dakota and, ranked dead last, Arizona.

Critics argue that new limits inconvenience governments and employers, particularly in rural areas with no internet access. But every day that those states ignore the evidence, there are 10 million more reasons that prove them wrong.

Posted by Reverend Tedward Q. Porktanker
  • roybot


my last hat on here has been hatted to the riced out hat lj but a bunch of hats have been reupholstered with the word "hat"

Posted by Mr. The Plague (mastar of teh gibson)
  • roybot


Clever Melvin's Elvin Shelver
Shelved himself and left Melvin a delver
Because metal shelves you see
of course should not be
assembled without using a welder

Posted by Reverend Tedward Q. Porktanker
  • roybot

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Posted by fuckle
  • roybot


wat lvl. 2

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