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Is there really anyone surprised by this?

Posted by Wickedpinto on June 10, 2011

The first fully 3 dimensional creation (a piece of cloathing) ever made using 3 dimensional printing. was a bra, that was prepared using a visual scan of the “model” (I think Hot chick some nerd wanted to so get his first kiss from?) I mean, isn’t this what computers are made for? More boobies, more butts, more bra’s? Remember it’s a 3d printer so how far away are the . . . well you get the idea.

I forget who told the joke, but there is a comedian, “YES! Ladies, Deal with it, men invent almost everything, and you know what we are gonna do with it? Find a way to Eff it.”

“The same process can be used to make shirts, dresses and suits that are custom fitted using body scanning.”

Or. . . More Bra’s, that should be photographed when worn, because it’s SCIENCE!

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That is Not a National Security Policy.

Posted by Wickedpinto on October 27, 2010

I never thought these people were very smart, they might have taken the time to learn how to ape a few motions you can likely learn playing some flight sims, or rig out an existing explosive, or rocket, maybe fabricate a couple of “field expedient” weapons of death, or be given weapons by nations with no problem interfering with US interests, or steal a weapon here and there, but that doesn’t mean they have the ability to doctor evil their ass out of a paper bag.

That said, little kids aren’t very smart, that’s why they don’t have jobs, or write books.  They spend most of their time waking up at inconvenient times, shitting their pants and eating so that they can generate more shit and piss to put in their pants.  That doesn’t change the fact, that if you aren’t paying attention a child can find something and hit you in the balls with it.  Think you have nothing to worry about in the presence of a child at your own risk, for some reason they all go for the balls, totally not cool, that is why this article, while capable of attacking the superiority of the scumbag islamic extremists, also makes it possible for some to think that the stupidity of our enemy is a national security policy.

It’s not an attack on the article, it’s a good article, but I can see some of those on the other side, I mean “peace activists,” no I mean on the other side, to promote a laissez faire attitude to national security.  Fortune does not equal vigilance, and we cannot count on good fortune again to protect our nation.  We did that for almost 9 years, It cost us 3K human lives, a pretty significant portion of our most iconic city, and two of our most iconic buildings.  It’s important to always remember that we have enemies, and REAL enemies, not like our President defines it, but enemies who want to kill us.

Proactive.  Identify and attack, amazing how quickly someone will open their hand after facing the closed fist.

via the goober.

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John Ausonius

Posted by mesablue on August 6, 2010

Worst. Serial Killer. Ever.

* On August 3, 1991, the Laser Man shot his first person. The victim was a 21 year old immigrant to Sweden from Eritrea, whom Ausonius shot in the back. The victim, however, survived.[3] Two of the victim’s friends said they saw a circle of red light on his body before they heard the shot.

* On the evening of October 21, 1991, outside the Stockholm University, Shahram Khosravi, a 25-year-old student of Iranian origin, was shot in the face but survived.

* On the night of October 27, 1991, a homeless man of Greek origin was shot twice in the stomach. The victim saw a bright red light, heard the shots but managed to run away. Although wounded, he survived.

* In the middle of the day of November 1, 1991, Ausonius walked into a restaurant kitchen in Stockholm where he had seen an immigrant and shot him once in the head and several times in the stomach. The victim, Heberson Vieira Da Costa, a musician from Brazil, saw a red light before he was shot, and got a good look at his assailant. The victim survived, seriously wounded, but was able to give a description of the Laser Man to the police.

* Ausonius continued his shootings and, on November 8, 1991, he mortally wounded Jimmy Ranjbar, another Iranian student, who died the next day.

Ausonius then went to Las Vegas to gamble and visit the Grand Canyon. The Laser Man disappeared for a few months, but he would return.

* On January 22, 1992, Ausonius went to Uppsala, where he walked up to a couple, and shot the man in the head. The victim, Erik Bongcam-Rudloff, was a Ph.D. student in medical sciences. He survived and is now a scientist representing Sweden in several international scientific networks.

* January 23, 1992, back in Stockholm, Ausonius shot a black bus driver, originally from Zimbabwe, in the middle of the day. The victim was shot in the chest but survived.[3] That evening, Ausonius walked into a Somali club in central Stockholm and shot two men, both of whom also survived.

* On the night of January 28, 1992, Ausonius walked up to a kiosk where Isa Aybar, an immigrant of Turkish origin, was working. Ausonius shot him four times in the head and arm, and walked away. Aybar was seriously wounded but managed to call the police and survived.

* On January 30, 1992 Ausonius shot his last victim, from Lebanon, in the head, a store owner in Hägerstensåsen, paralyzing but not killing him.

I’m feeling more than a little sorry for Jimmy Ranjbar.

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Women’s rights sharia style

Posted by mesablue on September 24, 2007



Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week

During the week of October 22-26, 2007, the nation will be rocked by the biggest conservative campus protest ever – Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week, a wake-up call for Americans on 200 university and college campuses.


The purpose of this protest is as simple as it is crucial: to confront the two Big Lies of the political left: that George Bush created the war on terror and that Global Warming is a greater danger to Americans than the terrorist threat. Nothing could be more politically incorrect than to point this out. But nothing could be more important for American students to hear. In the face of the greatest danger Americans have ever confronted, the academic left has mobilized to create sympathy for the enemy and to fight anyone who rallies Americans to defend themselves. According to the academic left, anyone who links Islamic radicalism to the war on terror is an “Islamophobe.” According to the academic left, the Islamo-fascists hate us not because we are tolerant and free, but because we are “oppressors.”


Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week is a national effort to oppose these lies and to rally American students to defend their country.

h/t JunkYardBlog

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Stranger than fiction…

Posted by mesablue on September 24, 2007

Columbia University School of Terrorism

h/t Michelle Malkin

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Iraq Progress

Posted by Wickedpinto on August 1, 2007

I’m half assing it right now, haven’t been sleeping well so I been holding off so I don’t bombard you guys with crazy.

So I found this brief analysis at Powerline and something unrelated jumped into my head.

I’m from the US so I don’t keep up with Iraqi news, that and I don’t speak or read arabic, hell I’m barely functional in English, but based on US coverage there is something that I notice is missing from the coverage of Iraq, and that something is Iraqi military heroes/icons.  Instead we are bombarded with only the names of Iraqi politico’s who are constantly bashed by the press.

If we were inundated with stories of mahmoud farouq a resident of diyala wining the crimson crescent or whatever the hell kinda awards Iraqi’s hand out, we and they might be more optimistic.  If we knew that there are brave and heroic acts performed by Iraqi’s and those Iraqi’s were given names, and the story repeated, it would be impossible to say that Iraq is doomed, because we, and the Iraqi’s themselves could have a symbol to which they could live up to.

Then again, we never see the names of our heroic actors on the pages of our newspapers, even though there has been at least (I’m pretty sure, gotta check mudville) Medal of Honor winner in this war, but that would destroy the narrative.

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Ignorance is bliss dangerous

Posted by mesablue on June 14, 2007

Cox and Forkum

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How’d you get that stain out?

Posted by mesablue on April 8, 2007

I Barfed on it.

Really.

Barf is made by the Paxan Corporation of Iran. If Barfing on your clothes is not enough, they also market Barf shampoo. You can happily spread Barf all over your head.

Found by way of a guy who only has to sit on a beach all day and search for interesting things like this — Bullwinkle.

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A solution to the Iran hostage crisis

Posted by mesablue on March 27, 2007

Cheney allegedly offers to trade Carter for hostages

March 25, 2007
Cheney Allegedly Offers to Trade Carter for Hostages
by Scott Ott


(2007-03-25) — A source close to Dick Cheney said today that the vice president has suggested freeing 15 British sailors and marines from Iranian captivity by trading former President Jimmy Carter for the hostages.

Go read the rest…

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Next…

Posted by mesablue on February 15, 2007

First seen at the Bullwinkle Blog

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Who Should You Believe – AP or Bloggers?

Posted by mesablue on December 20, 2006

Mac Guy and PC Guy become Blogger Guy and AP Reporter guy as Wuzzadem breaks out the funny again in:

Who Should You Believe – AP or Bloggers?

Also not to be missed: Eason Jordan’s Checkered Past. I highlighted Eason’s latest exploits in this post — Eason Jordan is on the loose again!

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David Zucker takes on the Iraq Study Group

Posted by mesablue on December 19, 2006

James Baker is Neville Chamberlain. Ahmadinejad is Hitler.

Beautiful.

Hat tip to Hot Air

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Iran – Ahmadinejad opponents leading elections

Posted by mesablue on December 18, 2006

Now this is interesting, via the AP:

TEHRAN, Iran – Opponents of hardline President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad took an early lead in key races in Iran’s local elections, according to partial results announced Monday, with moderate conservatives winning control of councils across the country.

If the final results hold — especially in the bellwether capital, Tehran — it will be an embarrassment to Ahmadinejad, whose anti-Israeli rhetoric and unyielding position on Iran’s nuclear program have provoked condemnation in the West and moves toward sanctions at the U.N. Security Council.

Encouraging news. Ahmadinejad tried to play dictator in a country that is still a democracy. It’s funny that he couldn’t see that the reason he was elected originally was to move away from the hard line governments of the past.

Nice to see some good news coming out of Iran for a change.

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